History WesternAnimation / SonicSatam

17th Jun '16 8:53:49 PM gewunomox
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** It also contains an example of EarthDrift. Sonic mentions [[GunsNRoses Axl Rose]] while playing the guitar, and the show takes place on Mobius in the 33rd century. No more references to real life places or people are made after this.

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** It also contains an example of EarthDrift. Sonic mentions [[GunsNRoses [[Music/GunsNRoses Axl Rose]] while playing the guitar, and the show takes place on Mobius in the 33rd century. No more references to real life places or people are made after this.
14th Jun '16 6:50:41 PM MarkWilder
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* MortalityPhobia: [[spoiler: Chuck's motivation to build the Roboticizer.]]
5th Jun '16 6:42:11 PM MarkWilder
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Though the series darkness would later be exceeded [[VideoGame/SonicAdventure2 by]] [[VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog other]] [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006 installments]], and it is far from the darkest kids show of the day, as most say, at the time, this was the easily the darkest incarnation of Sonic, detailing a dystopia where Robotnik wins and turns the world into an industrial wasteland, with most of the population turned into robotic slaves.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Though the series darkness would later be exceeded [[VideoGame/SonicAdventure2 by]] [[VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog other]] [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006 installments]], and it is far from the darkest kids show of the day, as most say, at the time, this was is the easily the darkest incarnation of Sonic, detailing a dystopia where [[VillainWorld Robotnik wins wins]] and [[CrapsackWorld turns the world into an industrial wasteland, wasteland,]] with [[UnwillingRoboticisation most of the population turned into robotic slaves.]]
5th Jun '16 4:37:19 PM MarkWilder
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* CheeseEatingSurrenderMonkey: Post-Retcon Antoine.

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* CheeseEatingSurrenderMonkey: Post-Retcon Antoine.Antoine, [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Flanderization in season 2.]]
4th Jun '16 5:13:25 PM ryanasaurus0077
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** FauxActionGirl:
** Bunnie is demoted into this in the second season. Sally and Dulcy are such half the time as well (Sally's abilities are mostly intellectual rather than physical, while Dulcy's main utility is usually acting as a flying vehicle than actually going into missions).
** Lupe is boasted as a capable and wise leader of the Wolf Pack. However, she and her team spend both of their appearances as TheLoad, left in the sidelines in the first and getting captured in the second.


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* FauxActionGirl:
** Bunnie is demoted into this in the second season. Sally and Dulcy are such half the time as well (Sally's abilities are mostly intellectual rather than physical, while Dulcy's main utility is usually acting as a flying vehicle than actually going into missions).
** Lupe is boasted as a capable and wise leader of the Wolf Pack. However, she and her team spend both of their appearances as TheLoad, left in the sidelines in the first and getting captured in the second.
4th Jun '16 3:36:27 PM WillKeaton
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** Technically the Freedom Fighters are staging a ''counter''-revolution, as Princess Sally is the daughter of the former ruler whom Robotnik deposed in ''his'' revolution.
3rd Jun '16 2:04:04 PM PF
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''Sonic the Hedgehog'' is the [[DarkerAndEdgier more serious]] ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' cartoon adaptation made in the 1990s. Produced by Creator/DiCEntertainment, it inspired the [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog Archie Comics series]] that's still ongoing ([[AnimationLeadTime though the comic book came to the consumers first]]). It is a very sharp contrast to its contemporary and [[AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog much more comedic weekday counterpart]] where Sonic was a drifter [[WalkingTheEarth traveling the planet with Tails]]. Also known as ''[[FanNickname SatAM]]'' (as in [[SaturdayMorningCartoon Saturday Morning]], when it aired on the American Creator/{{ABC}} network), to distinguish it from ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog]]'' (which was in syndication on weekdays) and the games alike. It premiered on September 18, 1993, replacing ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' on the 9:00 AM time slot. It was bumped to the 8:30 AM time slot for season two, which ended with the show on December 3, 1994.

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''Sonic the Hedgehog'' is the [[DarkerAndEdgier more serious]] ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' cartoon adaptation made in the 1990s. Produced by Creator/DiCEntertainment, it inspired the [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog Archie Comics series]] that's still ongoing ([[AnimationLeadTime though the comic book came to the consumers first]]). It is a very sharp contrast to its contemporary and [[AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog [[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog much more comedic weekday counterpart]] where Sonic was a drifter [[WalkingTheEarth traveling the planet with Tails]]. Also known as ''[[FanNickname SatAM]]'' (as in [[SaturdayMorningCartoon Saturday Morning]], when it aired on the American Creator/{{ABC}} network), to distinguish it from ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog]]'' ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' (which was in syndication on weekdays) and the games alike. It premiered on September 18, 1993, replacing ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' on the 9:00 AM time slot. It was bumped to the 8:30 AM time slot for season two, which ended with the show on December 3, 1994.



** FauxActionGirl: Bunnie is demoted into this in the second season. Sally and Dulcy are such half the time as well (Sally's abilities are mostly intellectual rather than physical, while Dulcy's main utility is usually acting as a flying vehicle than actually going into missions).
*** Lupe is boasted as a capable and wise leader of the Wolf Pack, however she and her team spend both of their appearances as TheLoad, left in the sidelines in the first and getting captured in the second.
* AdaptationNameChange: Several. Thanks to the heavy overlap of themes and characters between [=SatAM=] and the Archie Comic series, the names are used somewhat interchangeably (and, thanks to the comics' much longer run and more developed storyline, the comic names have often overtaken the official show names [[IAmNotShazam to the point where many fans are unaware that the show HAS different names for some characters]]).

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** FauxActionGirl: FauxActionGirl:
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Bunnie is demoted into this in the second season. Sally and Dulcy are such half the time as well (Sally's abilities are mostly intellectual rather than physical, while Dulcy's main utility is usually acting as a flying vehicle than actually going into missions).
*** ** Lupe is boasted as a capable and wise leader of the Wolf Pack, however Pack. However, she and her team spend both of their appearances as TheLoad, left in the sidelines in the first and getting captured in the second.
* AdaptationNameChange: Several. Thanks to the heavy overlap of themes and characters between [=SatAM=] and the Archie Comic series, the names are used somewhat interchangeably (and, thanks to the comics' much longer run and more developed storyline, the comic names have often overtaken the official show names [[IAmNotShazam to the point where many fans are unaware that the show HAS different names for some characters]]).characters]]):



** The sorcerer Naugus, known as Ixis Naugus in the comics
* AdaptationalVillainy: Dr. Robotnik was already a villain in the games, but even in installments at the time was portrayed as somewhat clownish and whimsical ([[AmericanKirbyIsHardcore despite the West's best attempts to harden him up]]). In the show however, he is a sadistic overlord of Mobius and, for the most part, taken dead seriously. He leans ''slightly'' closer to his original counterpart in later episodes, but is still a much more repulsive character.

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** The sorcerer Naugus, known as Ixis Naugus in the comics
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Dr. Robotnik was already a villain in the games, but even in installments at the time was portrayed as somewhat clownish and whimsical ([[AmericanKirbyIsHardcore despite the West's best attempts to harden him up]]). In the show this series, however, he is a sadistic overlord of Mobius and, for the most part, taken dead seriously. He leans ''slightly'' closer to his original counterpart in later episodes, but is still a much more repulsive character.



* AirVentPassageway: One of the Freedom Fighters' favourite ways of getting around Robotropolis.

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* AirVentPassageway: One of the Freedom Fighters' favourite favorite ways of getting around Robotropolis.



* ArcWords: At the end of "The Void", King Max tells Sonic "Take care of her" when he refers to Sally. In "Spyhog" Uncle Chuck tells Sally "Take care of him" when he refers to Sonic.

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* ArcWords: At the end of "The Void", King Max tells Sonic "Take care of her" when he refers to Sally. In "Spyhog" "Spyhog", Uncle Chuck tells Sally "Take care of him" when he refers to Sonic.
3rd Jun '16 12:50:58 PM Silverblade2
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* [[ParentingTheHusband Parenting The Boyfriend]]: Sally occasionally has blatant treatment of this to Sonic, [[{{Flanderization}} especially in the second season]].

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* [[ParentingTheHusband Parenting The Boyfriend]]: ParentingTheHusband: Sally occasionally has blatant treatment of this to Sonic, [[{{Flanderization}} especially in the second season]].



* [[PetTheDog Pet The Robotic Chicken]]: Robotnik is a sadistic monster of the highest order, but he will affectionately pet and dote over his beloved Cluck endlessly. Curiously, however, Cluck disappears in the second season, thus eliminating Robotnik's one redeeming aspect.

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* [[PetTheDog Pet The Robotic Chicken]]: PetTheDog: Robotnik is a sadistic monster of the highest order, but he will affectionately pet and dote over his beloved Cluck endlessly. Curiously, however, Cluck disappears in the second season, thus eliminating Robotnik's one redeeming aspect.



* RobotGirl =/= {{Fembot}}: A ''mean'' one appears in "Sonic and Sally".

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* RobotGirl =/= {{Fembot}}: RobotGirl: A ''mean'' one appears in "Sonic and Sally".
22nd Apr '16 12:11:20 PM DrNoPuma
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* WarmHeartedWalrus: Rotor the Walrus is a friendly GadgeteerGenius and a huge help to the heroic Freedom Fighters.
21st Apr '16 10:45:59 AM Psi001
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* NotSoAboveItAll:
** Sally, though usually OnlySaneMan to the other Freedom Fighters, could be arrogant and fallible at times. This more commonly happened in the first season.
** Though the show boasted a far more sinister and fearsome rendition of Dr Robotnik, he couldn't go ''completely'' without comical moments. His fear-driven demeanour throughout "The Void" in particular is quite clownish.
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