...I don't understand how any of you came to that conclusion.
As for the Adventure themes, I'm more partial to the SA1 themes myself. SA2's Believe In Myself and Unknown from M.E. kind of came off as remixes just for the sake of being remixes (though I like the instrumental of the former better), and while It Doesn't Matter does sound a bit smoother remixed, the original fits the lyrics a bit more (of course, being able to make them out properly certainly helps).
"Humor is an amorphous blob, like ice cream on a hot summer's day in a small child's hand, a child who is now sad."
While Slapstick Knows No Gender could be used a bit more perhaps, the games don't seem to have much trouble making the female characters comedic and bumbling, especially Amy (she even has a 'pratfall' move in the first Advance). It's other enterpretations like the comics that insist the females always be more dignified and composed than the males.
Of course, you dont want parents yelling at the comics companies for showing wrong female behavior to their little girls, even if in the end, those little girl WILL grow on their own not giving two shits about what their parents said before
...There actually WAS, if I'm remembering correctly.
Or maybe I'm thinking of those weird Sonic/Image Comics and Sonic/Sabrina the Teenage Witch crossovers and confusing it with the Archie/TMNT crossover.
...now I remember! Archie used to print a TMNT comic around the same time Sonic had just started up. It did lead to this amusing gag, though◊.
Insert witty and clever quip here.
My page, as the database hates my handle.
I saw the original Newgrounds version. I remember it being a bit longer. It could've been shortened for the YouTube version. Some do that to advertise their other account. Or maybe he/she remade it and omitted a party they didn't like.