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SBR2

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    AKA SonicBlueRanger
  • Birthday October 14

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    Sonic, Power Rangers, Red vs Blue, The works of Joss Weadon, Superman, Atop The Fourth Wall
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    United States
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    South MS. (That's all I'm saying)

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  1. The writers are clearly huge Sonic fans. They've made several references over the last couple seasons. Also technically none of their crossovers save for Crossover Nexus were with Cartoon Network properties. Captain Planet aired on TBS and Ghoul School was Hannah Barbera.
  2. This is a show I don't watch near as much as I should. It's so good but I keep forgetting when it's on. I'm totally catching this one though. Toby Jones confirmed on Twitter that Sonic and Tails will be voiced by Roger and Colleen BTW.
  3. He varies between British and Australian. Here he's just an American dude dryly reading his lines.
  4. Holy shit that is some wooden acting. Are they even trying? This is even computers this time this is people. Geoffrey doesn't even sound Australian. Also gotta love using stock Star Trek sound effects. But I'm wrong for calling that out because he already said they were placeholders in a Tweet I didn't see because I don't follow him. Sure.
  5. Wow. Just wow. Even without the unfinished computer voices used for a stand in (Dear God I hope those are just place holders) this still looks just positively awful. It's so stilted and the art is...well the art. It's just so unpleasant to look at.
  6. They were the head writers of Underground. You may have a point all I know is one of them wrote the exchange "We have to unscramble it to get in." "You mean like eggs?" and that forever soured me on SatAM Sonic.
  7. https://mobile.twitter.com/KenPenders/status/1150992741578371072 Ken gave the pronunciation of Ecyd'na and says "It sounds better said by someone who speaks fluent Klingon" and Hoo boy if that doesn't say the world right there.
  8. I am so glad I'm not the only one who doesn't care for SatAM. I remember the dayswhen people talked like it was the best Sonic cartoon ever and for a time I bought into that hype. But after several rewatches I started seeing more and more flaws and honestly on both it and Underground I'll never forgive Ben Hurst for turning Sonic into a blithering idiot.
  9. Eh, fair enough but Sonic's design was personally the last straw for me. That was when any hope of it being funny bad vanished and it just became regular bad.
  10. He...really doesn't get this fandom does he? All seriousness though it's nice they realized how bad they screwed up. I don't know if that will make the final product good but I'll at least consider seeing it if Sonic's design isn't the abomination that we previously got.
  11. Good read. Feels like it's fairly close to how the issue would have been and liked that as a fan project it threw in a few more risqué things (Antoine calling Cortez "Dastard" and the Off Panel) but not too much that it didn't still feel like it was kid friendly.
  12. I wouldn't be surprised. They've done Hardcovers for most of their books if I'm not mistaken. I know Transformers, G.I. Joe, TMNT and Ghostbusters have all gotten Hardcover releases anyway.
  13. To...advertise it? I mean in general you kinda want to promote your material so people will know about it and buy it.
  14. Can I be honest? I don't see the problem. Honestly they've barely even been used that much since their return in Generations.
  15. But don't you know Sega are literally the Devil and want to stop Ian from doing anything? Seriously though yeah people overreact to the mandates. They're just guidelines for how Sega want the franchise portrayed and they're honestly not unreasonable things. They want their characters in characters and maybe don't blow Sonic's head off.
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