Sonic the Hedgehog finally gets the cartoon sequel it’s always deserved

The Saturday morning Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon is getting a fan-made third season from TEAM SEA3ON, and the epic trailer is spot on!

The loved one sonic the hedgehog The Saturday morning cartoon is getting a long-awaited unofficial third season created by a fan-funded non-profit organization called TEAM SEA3ON which is not affiliated with SEGA. The original show, commonly referred to by fans as Sonic Sat AM, ran for two seasons on ABC in 1993-94 before being prematurely canceled on a cliffhanger.

Sonic Sat AM was a much darker and more mature version of the Blue Blur. Set on the planet Mobius, this version of Sonic centered on anthropomorphic animals that once thrived in the mighty kingdom of Acorn before their ally Dr. Robotnik and his nephew Snively betrayed them and forced them to flee into the drink. As Robotnik converted the thriving kingdom into the dystopian city of Robotropolis, Princess Sally Acorn formed the Freedom Fighters to stop Dr. Robotnik’s quest for world domination as he robotized the planet’s inhabitants into his robotic slaves.


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The new sequel to the series will pick up where the last episode of Sonic Sat AM abandoned, after a decisive battle against Dr. Robotnik. At the end of the second season, Sonic and Sally use their world version of Chaos Emeralds known as the Power Stones to destroy not only Dr. Robotnik’s aptly named Doomsday Machine, but also Robotropolis and Robotnik itself. As the Freedom Fighters celebrate, Snively emerges from the rubble as the undisputed successor to his deceased uncle. But as he slyly proclaims, he is not alone. He is accompanied by a mysterious creature that stares into the darkness with glowing red eyes. TEAM SEA3ON brings all of these elements to life as shown in an incredible trailer. It starts with a voice that clearly belongs to Snively as he recounts his plan to catch the freedom fighters off guard while an angry Princess Sally confides in a worried Sonic about how the war should have ended. . And, of course, there are scenes showing the menacing red-eye returning.

Sonic Sat AM fans rejoice not only because the cult-favorite series continues, but also because of how well TEAM SEA3ON mimics certain aspects of the series. Johnny Gioeli of Crush 40, who sang the original theme “The fastest thing in the world,actually came back to give a bolder take on the classic that many kids used to sing once every Saturday morning. Meanwhile, Snively and Princess Sally Acorn sound like Charlie Adler and Kath Soucie who respectively voiced the original characters It’s also fitting that the majority of the trailer focuses on scenes with Princess Sally and the partially robotic Bunnie Rabbot.Sally and Bunnie from the cartoon are two of the strongest female characters in the movie. sonic the hedgehog. Both are powerful leaders and warriors who never allow Sonic to disrespect them like he does in other iterations of the franchise. He would never do it anyway, because he deeply appreciates everything they do.

The rebirth of Sonic Sat AM also deeply affects fans of the abandonment of Archie Comics Sonic series that ran from 1993 to 2016. The Saturday morning cartoon was one of the biggest influencers in comics. As confirmed by one of the comic’s lead writers, Ken Penders Screen Rant, Archie’s series was so tied to the cartoon that staff initially feared the comic would fall back on ABC canceling the show. As a result, Penders and the Archie Comics team created their own version of the Doomsday Machine with the End of Game arc where Sonic also murdered Dr. Robotnik. TEAM SEA3ON will clearly go in a different direction than Penders, as Snively’s story turned out to be very different in the comics. Anyway, TEAM SEA3ON really gives the greatest gift to fans of the sonic the hedgehog Saturday morning cartoon series.

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