Characters / Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog

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     The Heroes 

Sonic the Hedgehog

Voiced by: Jaleel White

  • Adorkable: He's sometimes shown to have such moments.
  • Badbutt: He has a stereotypical young man's attitude from the 80's and the 90's who lives to the extreme, being overactive, slightly sarcastic and cheeky and using Totally Radical phrases. In truth he is pretty mild compared to other characters.
  • Berserk Button: Calling him slow really seems to tick him off.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Probably the most emphasized usage of any Sonic incarnation. He looks out for Tails constantly and regularly goes frantic the moment something happens to him.
  • Blood Knight: One of the nicer examples. He always loves a good challenge and fighting (without killing) Robotnik, but the moment Robotnik (falsely) claims that he has given up his life of crime, Sonic accepts it though a bit disappointed and hopes to find something equally exciting.
  • Catch-Phrase: "Up, over and gooone!", "I'm waaaaiiiiiiitiiiiiing…", "Gotta speed, keed!", "You got it ace - let's race!" amongst other rhyming phrases.
  • Chick Magnet: Tends to have a lot of fangirls.
  • The Chosen One: He was apparently prophesied to save the kingdom featured in "Hedgehog of the Hound Table", if the legend of the Holy Hedgehog is any indication.
  • Comically Invincible Hero: Handily outsmarts and overpowers Robotnik and his goons for Laughs. There are occasional points the joke's over and Robotnik makes Sonic rough it for a victory however.
  • Determinator: Even the odd time his foes give him a genuine challenge, Sonic is not one to back down.
  • Fatal Flaw: Though he's not quite egomaniacal about it like some other incarnations, Sonic can be very confident in his abilities throughout the cartoon. Robotnik has exploited Sonic's cocky streak more than once.
  • Friendly Enemy: He at least tries to keep Robotnik's henchbots from hurting themselves in the "Sonic Says" segments.
  • Guile Hero: Achieves victory through his wits just as often as his speed.
  • Heroic R.R.O.D.: Very rarely, but yes, Sonic can be tired out. Exploited for Robotnik's Evil Plan in "Mass Transit Trouble".
  • Hidden Depths: As corny as the Sonic Says segments are, he shows this at times in them. In one he talks about how great reading is, and in many others, he shows genuine concern for the safety of children.
  • Karmic Trickster: The show nudges Sonic's characterization into this category, where he uses all sorts of mental tricks and misdirection to deflate Robotnik's plans.
  • The Kirk: This incarnation of Sonic enjoys adrenaline-inducing activities like his games counterpart, but is shown to take rules and responsibility seriously, as is shown in the Sonic Says segments and his relationship with Tails. Many of his antics are also intellectual as well as physical.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: Takes up the mantle of the legendary "Holy Hedgehog" in "Hedgehog of the Hound Table".
  • Mr. Vice Guy: Occasional overconfidence.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Much of Sonic's disguises are this. One's just Sonic with a hat and a bag of mail, and they fall for it.
    • Lampshaded by Sonic when, to his alarm, sufficient doses of downloaded ninjutsu allow Scratch and Grounder to see through a disguise.
      • Also in the episode Grounder the Genius twice. The first time Sonic visits the fortress as a "Chip Recycler" and looks for the genius chip. Grounder says he has it which Sonic tries to get him, however, Grounder, now being a genius, petrifies him aware that this would happen. Another example is later where Grounder makes out a trap and tosses it away far before anything bad happens. Sonic takes off his disguise and Grounder states he already knew Sonic was going to pull that.
    • At one point, Sonic even winks at the audience while showing himself through disguise.
    • In "Too Tall Tails" Sonic actually takes off his disguise midway through one of his schemes. Scratch and Grounder still don't recognize him!
      • Dr. Robotnik actually does manage to see through the majority of Sonic's disguises, however the few times he does it is either a few moments too late, or he's too far away to tell Grounder and Scratch, the ones typically being tricked.
  • Parental Substitute: To Tails, who happily accepts that Sonic's his "mom, dad, and picket-fence".
  • The Protagonist: As the main focal character of the series, Sonic's story begins and ends with him.
  • Race Lift: Type 5. Simply put, Jaleel White didn't want Sonic to sound too black.
  • Required Secondary Powers: Downplayed. Without his shoes, Sonic cannot use his Super Speed without burning his feet which means he has all the necessary secondary powers for super speed except "feet durable enough to withstand extreme heat caused by friction".
  • Rhymes on a Dime: Whenever he gets ready for action he uses one of his catchphrases that qualify.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Sonic in some of his disguises counts for this.
  • Smug Super: At times. You could argue that this is his biggest character flaw though he isn't mean about it, he can be condescending towards non-powered individuals in other words, everyone else. He also sometimes fails to anticipate when Robotnik and his goons can be an actual threat to him.

Miles "Tails" Prower

Voiced by: Christopher Stephen Welch

  • Adaptation Dye-Job: In the games, his fur is orange. Here, it's brown (Which is actually Truth in Television, as real-life fox kits are born with brown fur that turns orange as they get older).
  • Adaptational Wimp: While he was just as capable as Sonic in the games, here, he's the Designated Victim and gets kidnapped by Robotnik at least Once an Episode. He's not totally incompetent however and role reversals where he saves Sonic do occur.
  • Balloon Belly: A natural result of his eating habits is ending up with one. The most memorable one is in Boogie-Mania.
  • Big Eater: It's even a major plot-point in one episode, where he keeps getting bigger and bigger the more he eats (and the bigger he gets, the hungrier he gets).
  • Bratty Half-Pint: Sometimes. He can be self-centered and complaining as little kids can be and led by his vices, his gluttony most frequently.
  • Child Prodigy: Keeps up with Sonic, saves the day on occasion, built a flying bicycle from scrap, studies the Big Bang in kindergarten — and is four-and-a-half years old.
  • Cool Little Bro: So very much. The series emphasises this relationship more than any other.
  • Designated Victim: He gets kidnapped at least Once an Episode.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": In "Tails' New Home", Sonic threatening to reveal his real name Miles is enough to get him to leave while Sonic deals with Scratch and Grounder.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Not as prominent as his video game counterpart (though this was at the time when the game series was still fairly new. With only three games out at the time), but he has his moments.
  • Girls Have Cooties: What he believes. It's actually helpful from time to time.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: Not a surprise, considering that his big brother figure and idol is a superhero.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: You can count the times he's called "Miles" on one hand. This actually becomes a plot point in "Tails' New Home", when a couple appears claiming to be his parents. Sonic eventually realizes that, if they were really his parents, they shouldn't have been calling him Tails; they should have been calling him Miles.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Chili dogs, except he prefers his with extra cheese.

     The Badniks 

Dr. Ivo Robotnik

Voiced by: Jim Cummings (Pilot), Long John Baldry

  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Uh, yeah flipping out is one of his default moods.
  • Hot-Blooded: Boiling blooded to the extent of tearing every hair out of his head and tatooing the word hatred on his teeth.
  • In-Series Nickname: Sonic sometimes calls him 'Ro-butt-nik'. Predictably, Robotnik hates it.
  • Jerkass: Not only does he not think much about Scratch and Grounder, but he often taunts Sonic and Tails, as well as unsuspecting citizens.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Story dependent case. When Robotnik was active the entire episode he was usually a Harmless Villain. When he sent his bots to do the dirty work first, they would be the first incompetent obstacle and Robotnik would reappear as a Not So Harmless final boss.
  • Lack of Empathy: He feels zero remorse in his efforts to kill Sonic and terrorize citizens, even children and women.
  • Large Ham: Oh God, yes!
  • Last-Name Basis: Dr. Robotnik, whose first name "Ivo" is only mentioned twice in the whole series.
  • Laughably Evil: The doctor is completely ruthless, but it's hard to find a scene he isn't hilarious. Only upped even further due to YouTube Poop.
  • The McCoy: Volatile, childish, and expressive are some of the things that can describe Robotnik. Nearly all of his motivations stem from the Seven Deadly Sins.
  • Mr. Fanservice: See Big Beautiful Man above. He was intended to be this, though whereas it worked or not is... controversial.
  • My Beloved Smother: Robotnik, despite his evil nature, is completely at the mercy of his mother, who is even more demanding and has a really bad temper. He has turned on her a couple of occasions though.
  • Never My Fault: Combined with Screw the Rules, I Make Them!. On one occasion, he demotes Coconuts after he himself is tricked by Sonic, even though Coconuts wasn't even present at the time. As he puts it, "I'm the boss! I can blame whoever I want!"
  • No Indoor Voice: He has a very loud and exuberant voice, especially when he is excited or irritated.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Usually rather bumbling and defeated handily by Sonic. There are a fair few times he manages to outsmart the hedgehog and temporarily get the upper hand however. It helps he also knows just how to get under Sonic's skin (see above). Both "Mass Transit Trouble" and the large duration of the Chaos Emeralds four-parter are key examples where Sonic had extreme difficulty stopping Robotnik.
  • Pet the Dog: In the first Mama Robotnik episode, he shows he sincerely loves and cares for his "Fuzzy-wuzzy", the teddy bear he grew up with a child and which was his only friend. True, Fuzzy-wuzzy is a killer robot that basically turns into a creepily real grizzly with four arms and two heads, but he still loves him all the same, even begging Sonic to save Fuzzy-wuzzy from being destroyed and promising to stop his latest evil plot.
    • "So Long Sucker" reveals that Robotnik still carries around a photo of his deceased pet cockroach, "Mr. Bobo", whom he was apparently quite fond of. He even sheds a few tears reminiscing.
  • Pirate: In the episode of "Blackbot the Pirate". He even looks the part. But he's mostly in it for the Chaos Emerald of Invisibility.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: What you get, when a tyrannical, petty, immature little man gets enough power. So immature that when he made a spelling mistake he decided to force everyone to write the word that way, instead of admitting that he was wrong.
  • Robo Sexual: Robotnik himself proved this when he created a robot wife.
  • Robotic Spouse: Robotnik gets a couple of these for himself in a couple of episodes
  • Slasher Smile: Among many of his emotes.
  • Sore Loser: His moustache usually suffers the worst from it, fortunately.Just watch his reaction when he loses a card game and say that getting out a laser gun to shoot at your victorious opponent is an appropriate response.
  • Suddenly SHOUTING!: He is prone to fits of yelling, especially when he's dealing with Sonic or his robots.
  • Terrible Trio: Forms one with Scratch and Grounder in most episodes, playing the role of the boss, natch.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Eggs. He's had eggs for breakfast every day for the last ten years! No, he does not want any hotcakes for breakfast.
  • Trrrilling Rrrs: Does this quite frrrequently.
    "I'll have to give myself a PRRRRROMOTION!"
    "You lame-brrrrrain knuckle-drrrrragging dork! How dare you interrupt me when I'm having a bath with my rrrrrubber crrrrrocodile?"
  • Villainous Breakdown: Has one at least once an episode.
  • Would Hurt a Child: He's stated to Sonic before that if he had captured Tails, he'd be torturing him.

Scratch & Grounder

Voiced by: Phillip Hayes (Scratch) & Gary Chalk (Grounder)

Robotnik's newest, dedicated anti-Sonic robots and general minions. Unfortunately for him, they're both total incompetents and idiots. Created at about the same time from the same machine, they would originally have been identical, but Scratch pulled a lever that caused Grounder to come out with a different chassis. Both Badniks are based off of badniks from Sonic the Hedgehog 2; Grounder is a straight lift of the Grounder badnik (itself a lift of Burrobot from the first game), while Scratch is a heavily modified Clucker (a turret-firing chicken badnik).

  • Adaptational Dye Job: While Scratch and Coconuts have design changes from their games counterpart, their colour scheme is largely the same. Grounder however, despite ironically looking much closer to his games design, now sports a dark green paint job instead of red.note 
  • Affably Evil: In "Grounder The Genius" when Grounder gains super-intelligence, he also gains a considerable amount of charm to his personality.
  • Annoying Laugh: Scratch has the screechy "Ba-HA ha-HAAAA!!"
  • Arm Cannon: Grounder has this along with many other weapons.
  • The Bully: They are occasionally seen harassing random Mobian citizens for no good reason and once they even attempted to beat up an old (and seemingly weak) crane.
  • Butt-Monkey: Comes naturally with bosses such as Robotnik and prey such as Sonic. And being dumber than a box of screws.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Both, but Scratch takes the cake what with being very vocal about cheating and proud about it.
  • The Chew Toys: They have been blown up, frozen, melted, run over, squashed, tied together… at least half of the humor in the show revolves around them getting turned into spare parts by Sonic.
  • Dirty Coward: Scratch resembles his master very much on this, being a bully who likes to pick only on those whom he deems as weaker than him and being quite open about it being more fun.
  • The Ditzes: Scratch is only slightly smarter than Grounder, which isn't saying a whole lot.
  • Disability Immunity: In the episode "Attack on Pinball Fortress," Dr. Robotnik creates a Stupidity Ray to use on Mobius, to make them too stupid to do anything against him. When Scratch gets hit by the ray, it has no effect, because he's already a complete moron.
  • Do-Anything Robot: Scratch and Grounder are full of all sorts of tools, up to and including inflatable supermodel decoys.
  • The Dog Bites Back: Though usually undyingly loyal to Robotnik, there are odd times they attempt revenge over his abusive treatment of them.
  • Evil Laugh: Scratch's rooster laugh, which sounds like a trumpet.
  • Expy: Scratch uses the AI of Rulue in the game, covering this up by admitting to being a Dirty Cheater. Grounder meanwhile has the AI of Witch in the game.
  • Fat and Skinny: They're not organic beings, but they contrast appropriately in appearance.
  • Genre Blindness: Sonic tricks Grounder and Scratch endlessly all the time with various disguises, yet as far as they seem to know there's just a lot of hedgehogs all over the planet with a series of different and very diverse jobs. Although Scratch does see through his disguises from time to time.
  • Goldfish Poop Gang: Their traps are not much filler considering the seconds that it takes Sonic to overcome them.
  • Gone Horribly Wrong: For Robotnik, anyway. They were intended to be Hypercompetent Sidekicks who could easily defeat Sonic; instead, they're Lethally Stupid clowns who Sonic runs circles around and outwits on a regular basis.
  • Hammer Space: How Grounder carries all those arm gadgets.
  • Heel–Face Turn: In an inversion of Criminal Amnesiac Scratch temporarily turns good in "Blank-Headed Eagle" when he suffers amnesia and thinks he's a superhero named Edgar Eagle, whom he surprisingly admired.
  • Ignored Enamored Underling: Both want their maker's approval and to be called "His favorite" more than anything. They are too incompetent to earn it though.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: While Robotnik could at least strive to be fearsome every now and then, Scratch and Grounder were completely incompetent for the large majority of the time, when not being defeated easily by Sonic, their plans were taken apart by random civilians or even their own bumbling.
  • Insufferable Genius: What Grounder becomes with the intelligence chip, though does manage to reach an epiphany at the end when Scratch in trying to help him, foils his plans, realizing even a genius cannot predict everything.
  • Iron Butt-Monkey: Sonic is unable to put them out of commission permanently, they can easily pull themselves back together, so that's one aspect of their design Robotnik got right. Pity about the brains though.
  • Jerkass: Scratch towards Grounder, often venting his frustration when the latter's stupidity results in Sonic's plans succeeding. Given Robotnik's treatment of the two, this might be understandable.
  • Laser-Guided Tykebomb: The Super Special Sonic Search and Smash Squad. This combined with Goldfish Poop Gang. Robotnik created Scratch and Grounder for the express purpose of hunting down and killing Sonic, but since the two have only a quarter of a brain between them, Sonic always ends up the winner.
  • The Magnificent: Listening to how Scratch and Grounder address Robotnik is one of the best parts of the show. Such as "Your Masochisticness".
  • The Millstones: Whenever one of Robotnik's plans fail, it's typically because of their bumbling.
  • No Indoor Voice: Scratch's incredibly loud, braying voice.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: They had odd times they could act out Robotnik's plans competently. "Mass Transit Trouble" has them successfully Out Gambit Sonic and escape for example.
  • Ridiculously Human Robot: They manage to produce tears in Sonic's Song.
  • The Pollyanna: Considering how abusive and uncaring their father-figure is, it takes a special kind of obliviousness to feel optimistic and believe they can be his favourites.
  • Psycho for Hire: They are both among the most pitiable cases but for all intents and purposes do qualify since they viciously enjoy hurting others. When Robotnik had them demolish a city with giant robots Scratch even commented mirthfully:
    Scratch: And to think we get paid to do that!''
  • Screams Like a Little Girl: Scratch, especially in the German dub.
  • Simpleton Voice: Grounder's standard tone of voice, except when he temporarily becomes a genius.
  • Smug Snake: Grounder, when he temporarily becomes a genius.
    • Scratch seems to have a high opinion of himself half the time, which is reflected by his rooster form.
    Scratch: He made me persistent! He made you too dumb to quit!
  • Swiss Army Weapon: Grounder is full of gadgets and gizmos, ranging from his default drills to proper hands to bizarre one-offs like blowing into his thumb to create a pumpkin to throw at Sonic.
  • Sycophantic Servant: Well, servants, plural: No matter how often Robotnik abuses them, they're still willing to serve under him. They do have moments where they strike back at him for his abusive treatment, however.
  • Terrible Trio: Robotnik is the leader; they're the two minions. They also sometimes play as such with Coconuts.
  • This Is a Drill: Grounder has three of them. One for nose and one per each arm.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: One classic duo with many of the stereotypes that accompany them, like the lack of intelligence, their arguments and their contrasting looks.
  • Vile Villain, Laughable Lackey: With their comedic bumbling, Scratch and Grounder have this dynamic with Dr. Robotnik.
  • Villains Out Shopping: They have their moments when Robotnik's not around, such as in "Blank-Headed Eagle", where they're shown to be huge fans of the heroic "Edgar Eagle" TV character.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Tails most of the time of course, but any child is fair play.


One of Robotnik's earlier creations; pushed aside in favor of Scratch and Grounder, Coconuts yearns to re-earn Robotnik's attention and affection and so often works independently of his "little brothers", though he will work with them if he must. Coconuts' name and design are lifted directly from the "Coconuts" badnik of Sonic the Hedgehog 2.

  • Advertised Extra: He appears in the opening, but stars in only 17 episodes, roughly a quarter of the series.
  • Ascended Extra: He appeared more regularly than Scratch and Grounder in the Archie comic series.
  • Boisterous Weakling: He is pretty aggressive for a pint-sized monkey.
  • Butt-Monkey: Takes abuse most of the time simply for existing despite his rather extreme effort and enthusiasm, getting demoted constantly for mostly nothing…and it's not like Scratch and Grounder have it good either.
  • Catchphrase: "Yeah! YEAH!"
  • The Chew Toy: This robot is the ultimate example of the Badniks role in the series, an evil yet hopeless metallic punching bag.
  • The Ditz: Memorable moments include believing Sonic that he would let him hit him and trying to shoot Sonic with an automatic weapon when he was standing on him.
  • Everything's Better with Monkeys: Mostly subverted since he is a ruthless maniac, but played straight from the viewers point of view as a funny chew toy.
  • Expy: He uses the AI of Harpy in the game.
  • Glory Hound: There is noone more persistent and more obsessed than him in proving himself to the Doctor.
  • Ignored Enamored Underling: More so than the S.S.S.S Squad, and he's desperate to be Robotnik's No.1 creation.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: He's slightly more savvy and crazy than Scratch and Grounder, though still very much a pitiful bumbler. And even at that he just wants Robotnik's approval.
  • I Work Alone: He sometimes works as a Terrible Trio with Scratch and Grounder, but more often desires to make his own solo missions to prove his superiority, even sometimes sabotaging their's so he can take full credit.
  • The Millstone: His egotism and shortsightedness has done more bad than good to his own team.
  • The Renfield: Is obsessed with gaining Robotnik's approval and respect, even more so than Scratch and Grounder.
  • Sixth Ranger: Of the Super Special Sonic Search & Smash Squad.
  • Smug Snake: He's a more pitiful case than standard examples, but he's still fairly assured he's smarter than Robotnik's other minions and his next plan will definitely get him on his boss' good books.
  • Terrible Trio: When he works with Scratch and Grounder.
  • The Unfavorite: Gets it much worse than Scratch and Grounder, which is really saying something.

Lesser known bounty-hunters who got easily tricked by Sonic and reappeared in Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine




  • Adorable Evil Minion: Some of them are kinda cute but his attitude makes him stand out.
  • Chew Toy: He is bandaged most of the time because he has balancing difficulties.
  • Expy: He uses the AI of Sukiyapodes in the game.
  • Nervous Wreck: The moment he sees his opponent he goes through a Freak Out.
  • Shrinking Violet: Despite fighting you he is described as shy and is quick to retreat to his shell the moment he loses.

Davy Sprocket


  • The Ditz: In the same way as Scratch and Grounder he got tricked by Sonic's poor disguise and fake carnival and fell from a cliff.
  • Drives Like Crazy: A literal road hog and very keen on using his tires.
  • Evil Is Hammy: This is probably the best example.
  • Evil Sounds Raspy: His "sizzling" voice must feel like sizzling your ears.
  • Expy: He uses the AI of Panotty in the game.
  • Gluttonous Pig: Having the form of a wheeled hog he expectedly, spews tons of food puns at you pre-battle.


  • Complexity Addiction: He is still incredibly difficult and can create incredibly large combos to end you, but the time he spends doing overly elaborate combos means it's easier to overwhelm him.
  • The Ditz: In the same way as Scratch and Grounder he got tricked by Sonic's poor disguise and fake carnival and fell from a cliff.
  • Expy: He uses the AI of the Zombie in the game.
  • Mad Bomber: A given considering that he is a moving stick of dynamite.
  • The Napoleon: For someone so short he certainly has a short fuse.
  • Slasher Smile: Has a very wide one when he's winning which showcases his insanity.


Sir Ffuzzy-Logik


Other Robotnik Robots

  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: At worst, some of Robotnik's droids can turn out to be disobedient or even worse, good willed. At best they are loyal but incompetent fools like Scratch and Grounder.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: The Music Destroyer was built with hyper-sensitive hearing and an extreme intolerance for music, as though he had misophonia.
  • Ascended Extra: A lot of Robotnik's earlier robots from the pilot appear as enemies in Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine.
  • Berserk Button: Don't ever play music around the Music Destroyer.
  • The Brute: Many of the one-episode badniks fit this role, being significantly larger and stronger than Scratch and Grounder, but possess otherwise unremarkable intelligence. Coachnik, Arnold Robonegger, and the Music Destroyer are all good examples of this.
  • Butt-Monkey: Almost any robot made to commit evil by Robotnik is doomed to be humiliated and turned to scrap by Sonic.
  • Damn, It Feels Good to Be a Gangster!: Ballhog and Roller were adapted for one episode with this persona.
  • The Gunslinger: The Despicable Desperados in "Magnificent Sonic", naturally using lasers in place of traditional pistols.
  • Living Prop: Many generic robots assist Scratch and Grounder in certain schemes, some with recurring designs.
  • Monster of the Week: The biggest role these characters play.
  • Unwilling Roboticisation: Despite being more synonymous with the Sonic SatAM version, Robotnik used this odd times in the show, notably in the Chaos Emerald four parter, where he does this to Blackbot the Pirate. However, AoStH is also notable for being the only DiC Sonic show to feature the more traditional "organic battery" form of Unwilling Roboticisation from the games (where an animal is encased in a robotic shell and used as an energy source, rather than have its flesh turned into metal as in SatAM and the Chaos Emerald arc), albeit only once in the episode "Pseudo Sonic," where the titular character is piloted by a diminutive mouse. Needless to say, the vast majority of Robotnik's Badniks in AoStH are not Unwillingly Roboticized, but constructed out of parts like any other robot.

     Other Characters 


Voiced by: Venus Terzo

A robotic female hedgehog created by Robotnik to run Sonic into an exhausted state by bending him around her little finger and sending him on impossibly long quests to please her. She has a change of heart when Sonic turns out to genuinely care for her and winds up joining a community of Robotnik's various "junked" robots.

  • Canon Immigrant: It took her 20 years, but she's making her debut outside of the cartoon in Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog #268. She'd go on to become a massive Ascended Extra, too, with a very different role than in the show!
  • Easily Forgiven: After Tails found out about her true motive, Breezie disposes of Tails rather quickly and harshly. However after her Heel–Face Turn (which Tails was NOT present at as he was still subdued by her,) he still was very quick to forgive her.
  • Interspecies Romance: With Robotnik Jr. Subverted because they are both robots, they just look different.
  • The Mole: Designed to seduce Sonic and lead him into a trap set by Robotnik, before gaining genuine affections for the hedgehog and intervening.

Momma Robotnik

Robotnik's harridan mother, normally held safely away in the "Mobius Home for Really Bizarre Mothers" but who sometimes escapes to harass her son and everyone else. She looks almost identical to her son, but she's considerably larger (usually twice his size, depending on the scene) and much nastier.

Robotnik Jr.

An artificial son created by Robotnik to inherit his empire, since the alternative, giving it to Scratch, Grounder and Coconuts, is unthinkable to him. Unfortunately for Robotnik, he turns rebel against him and goes to live with Robotnik's other rejects, where he develops a crush on Breezie.

Wes Weasley

  • Arms Dealer: He could be seen as this, as he sells various weaponry and traps to Robotnik and Coconuts without any care about their plans to use them.
  • Expy: Michael Donovan has admittednote  that Weasley's voice is his "bad impersonation" of Phil Silvers.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: He dislikes Robotnik, especially when he bullies and cheats him, but whenever he is a potential customer, he is always right as far as Wes is concerned.
  • Nice Hat: A little fedora that- for some reason - floats a couple of inches above his head.

Collie Chang


An infamous intergalactic bounty hunter. When she meets Robotnik, she immediately falls in love with him and won't take no for an answer.

  • Abhorrent Admirer: Unusually not because of looks but because of demeanour.
  • Bastard Girlfriend: To Robotnik. Weirdly enough, she is the one who is first smitten with him, mainly because he's so evil.
  • Bounty Hunter: She kidnaps people from and sells them to intergalactic zoos.
  • Double Standard: Abuse, Female on Male: Her entire role in "Zoobotnik" consists of her manhandling Robotnik in what is blatantly sexual assault, including at one point jumping up and down on him in a way similar to dry humping. However, while she's not called on it, it's very clear that it is not okay and Robotnik is actually very afraid of her.
  • Egomaniac Hunter: Very proud and full of herself, and she even carries a record player for her theme music.
  • Eviler Than Thou: It's not long before Robotnik becomes totally scared of Katella.
  • Evil Versus Evil: Katella against Mama Robotnik after the latter shows up at the wedding. Katella calls the marriage off because she refuses to have Mama Robotnik for a mother-in-law.
  • Leaning on the Fourth Wall: She makes frequent winks towards the audience.
  • Left the Background Music On: She carries around a portable record player with her own leitmotif.
  • Ms. Fanservice: It's not exactly clear if she's a human, but she's definitely one of the most human-looking and attractive characters on the show.
  • No Guy Wants to Be Chased: Though it would help if she didn't beat up Robotnik every time she gets her hands on him.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: The minute she sees Robotnik she can't restrain herself from manhandling him.
  • Not Good with Rejection: Invoked when she coolly warns Robotnik that she "Doesn't handle rejection well."
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: She gets over her attraction to Robotnik after seeing what his mother's like, leaving Mobius for a planet that will "Appreciate her." She then literally chases after another planet with romantic intent.
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: During her fight with Mama Robotnik, Katella gets squashed against a wall by Mama Robotnik's ass.
  • Shotgun Wedding: Which she tries to pull on Robotnik before his mom shows up.
  • What Does She See in Him?: Katella's one of, if not the, hottest character in the cartoon, while Robotnik is more or less a pointy-headed blob with a mustache. And yet Katella is absolutely nuts about him, though less because of how he looks and more because of how twisted and depraved he is.
  • Yandere: A more subdued version. She will not take no for an answer.


A cute little Blob Monster from another dimension. He becomes Tails' pet in "So Long Sucker!"

  • A Fox And His Alien: With Tails, although Sonic thinks he's too dangerous to keep around.
  • Berserk Button: When he gets angry or hungry, he grows to enormous size and devours everything and everyone in sight.
  • Big Eater: The only thing that can satisfy his appetite is - you guessed it - chili dogs.

Professor Von Schlemmer