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"You are aware that most of the Sonic Shorts are about me running into things and getting hurt, right?"
Sonic, Knuckles Briefs

Sonic Shorts is a Newgrounds Flash collaboration by The Sonic Paradox Team set in the Sonic the Hedgehog universe. As expected, the shorts parody various aspects and scenarios of the games and TV shows, but many of them contain plenty of meta-humor involving the characters' reactions to their own in-universe works.

Currently, eight "volumes", two Musicals, three spin-offs, two parody volumes (known as Sonic Shits) and two sub-series (called Sonic Seconds and SPTV News respectively) have been released. The eighth volume was shown in Summer of Sonic 2013, seemingly acting as a Grand Finale to the series. However, the team later began work on a new Shorts collab that would go beyond the Sonic franchise and instead pulls from all of Sega's history. Many members of the team have since contributed to the Abridged Series Sonic F, also released under the Sonic Paradox banner. After many years and complications and several other videos to tide fans over, they finally released the Sega Shorts video on December 24, 2018.

The Sonic Paradox Team has uploaded the entire series to YouTube. Individual shorts can also be found on their respective creators' YouTube channels.

A ninth volume was announced by Sonic Paradox at Sonic FanFest 2023.

Sonic Shorts contains examples of:

  • Actor Allusion:
    • One short has Robotnik mournfully flying through his dystopia belting out "Let the Heartaches Begin" by Long John Baldry, his voice actor from Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog.
    • A cut short found on one of the animators' DeviantArt accounts has a similar idea with Robotnik singing "It Still Ain't Easy," also by Baldry.
  • Affectionate Parody: Red Pawn's segments from original Sonic Shits are that towards Jerry Jackson.
  • All Crimes Are Equal: Every single crime that Vector is tried for in "Vector's Knickers" builds up to the collective crime of "being an annoying git in general". Below is the full list of crimes and who charged Vector.
    Sonic & Amy: Criminal defamation & sexual exploitation
    Generalized: Intrusion of privacy & breaking-and-entering
    Vanilla & Cream: Explicit acts in front of a minor
    Rouge: Sexual harassment
    4Kids Executive & Sonic '06 Developer:invoked Nuisance in the workplace
    Wave: Assault
    Chris Thorndyke & Evil Super Sonic: Provocation
    Scourge & Fiona: Supplying & usage of drugs
    Wes Weasley: Black market trading
    Nack: Attempted prostitution
    Mina Mongoose: Falsely imitating a security guard
    Honey & Tiara: Snooping as usual
    Sonia & Manic: Attempting to resurrect Sonic Underground
  • Alliterative Title: Sonic Shorts.
  • Ambiguously Gay: Silver the Hedgehog.
  • And Knowing Is Half the Battle: Parodied, yet played straight in a Sonic Sez segment which tells the audience that copying Flash animations to YouTube without the author's permission is not cool.
    Tails: Now I know!
    Sonic: And Knowing Is Half the Battle!
  • Antagonist in Mourning: In volume 8, Dr. Eggman cries holding a Sonic plushie after Knuckles calls him telling that Sonic died due to a life box falling on him.
  • Ass Shove: On volume 3, where Froggy has had enough of Big the Cat chasing him, it shows a reenactment of an incident where Froggy was shoved up Big's butt.
  • Author Appeal:
    • Boozerman's shorts are almost exclusively about SonAmy. He also has a thing for making out, pre-sex scenes, and somebody watching others during the intercourse. The last one is mostly Played for Laughs, though.
    • TheWax70's art style not only mimics Sonic X, but most of his shorts are based off of Sonic X, with Chris Thorndyke being a recurring character, Butt-Monkey or otherwise.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: The Tails Doll only stops becoming a menace after Marine shows it kindness and affection, to the point that she treats it like her son.
  • Berserk Button: Quite a few moments, actually.
    • If Amy has a crush on you, don't say you're gay, even if you are. Also, don't look up her skirt, or you'll be having a date with Piko Piko.
    • Either Shadow gets his morning eggs, or he breaks your arms.
    • Make sure Knuckles can understand what you're saying before you ramble on about your day.
    • Don't threaten Vector's masculinity, or he'll attack you, even if you're female.
    • Messing with Sonic's Chili Dogs will prompt him to go Super Saiyan as Knuckles can attest to.
  • Black Comedy Rape
    Amy: Hey, Sonic! Guess who lost their virginity?
    Sonic: Uhm, y...
    Amy: You did! (holds up a bottle of chloroform)
  • Brain Bleach: A common subject of shorts featuring Eggman.
  • Brick Joke: Comes up often, usually within the same episode. A few notable examples also reference jokes between volumes:
    • In Volume 5, a short features Knuckles punching Sonic's lights out as he was about to eat a chili dog, for an "Act Result" tally to appear and Knuckles to perform a victory pose*. Later on the same volume, as Sonic is ranting his line from the OVA at Knuckles, the Echidna knocks him out again and a second result tally appears with him performing a victory pose again*.
    • In volume 6, Eggman reveals that he is so fat that he can only fit into his machines by using butter as grease. Later in volume 8, he is shown to have butter stains on his pants after climbing out of a machine.
    • In the opening of Volume 1, Sonic tries to step on a dash pad to gain more speed and slams his face on it, sliding at high speed on his own face while leaving a trail of blood. Further along the same volume, he's shown to still be sliding with his face on the ground.
    • "And then I come in to save the day!"
    • Episode 8 is full of Brick Jokes.
    • In episode 6, Sonic tells Eggman to go ahead and shoot him with a wave of rings blasting out of his body. The sequence makes jokes of Knuckles breaking the Master Emerald (twice) and Eggman's robots jamming out.
  • Butt-Monkey: Everyone seems to be the butt of a Butt-Monkey cast. Mighty can't catch a break either.
  • Carnivore Confusion: In volume 7, Chris tries to feed his furry friends, and provides them with what their real life counterparts would eat; Cream the Rabbit is in tears when Tails is served rabbit, and he loves it.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: The subject of a short featuring the forgotten Sega characters Mighty the Armadillo, Ray the Flying Squirrel, and Bean the Dynamite... who even Mighty and Ray could not remember. Bark was left out entirely.
  • Clumsy Copyright Censorship: Sometime after it was uploaded, Sonic Shorts Volume 2 HD Edition removed the "Let the Heartaches Begin'' skit. The edit itself was relatively seamless, but the subtitles haven't been edited to compensate, comments linking to timestamps that occur after the skit that preceded it are now out of sync, and AOSTH Robotnik still appears in the video thumbnail.
  • Comically Missing the Point: Knuckles decides to make his own series in response to the main shorts while under the assumption that it's glorifying Sonic when he's actually more of the Butt-Monkey usually getting hurt greviously.
  • Continuity Nod:
    • Volume 5 is full of these to previous shorts.
    • "Metropolis Mayhem", the sequel to "Seaside Denied", has a lot of references to the latter.
  • Convection, Schmonvection: Volume 8 lampshades the use of this trope in Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed.
    Sonic: Whose idea was it to boat race in hot lava?!
  • Crack Ship: In-Universe. One short in Volume 7 has Amy and a captive Sonic being denied entry to Twinkle Park in favor of Big and Gamma of all characters, the latter of which the computer apparently considers a "cute couple".
  • Crapsaccharine World: Dr. Eggman's Interstellar Amusement Park, where you can get hit by giant missiles... ''filled with candy''.
  • Crossover: Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog Robotnik and SatAM Robotnik both express disapproval with Sonic X Eggman in separate skits. The latter Robotnik also voices his displeasure towards Sonic Underground.
  • Curse Cut Short:
    Sonic: (sees instruction for the barrel) What?! All I had to do was move up and down? Up... and down?!? What the fu- (cue Time Over)
    • In Volume 8, it refers to Dr Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine as a robot in the background says "I've got to prepare Dr Robotnik a beautiful bean feast, or he'll chop off my di-"
  • A Day in the Limelight: "Knuckles Briefs" and "Vector's Knickers".
  • Death by Irony: In Volume 8, Sonic gets crushed to death by an extra life monitor. Amy, Tails, and even Eggman are devastated, but Knuckles finds it hilarious.
  • Didn't Think This Through: In Volume 7, after Dr. Eggman blows up the Earth with the ARK's laser:
    Shadow: You idiot.
    Eggman: Hmm? What are you talking about, Shadow? Everything went according to plan. Now I can build my new empire.
    Shadow: And exactly where are you going to build it?
    Eggman: Oh crud.
    • It happens again in Sonic Seconds Volume 1, when Eggman realizes a moment too late that he's much, much too close to his own artificial sun.
  • Disproportionate Retribution:
  • The Dog Bites Back: The final short of Sonic Shorts Volume 8 had the entire Sonic cast, from all continuities, tired of the jokes being made at their expense, go after the many Flash artists who make the shorts.
  • Driven to Suicide:
    • Big the Cat hangs himself in Episode 3 after Froggy calls him out as a loser and abandons him.
    • In the "How to make your own Sonic Fan character" segment, the announcer is seen putting a gun to his own head in one outtake.
  • Elaborate Underground Base: Taken up to eleven in “How to Create Your Own Sonic Fan Character” with Dr. Eggman’s Super Secret Underwater Volcano Lab… IN SPACE!!!
  • Epileptic Flashing Lights: In Volume 4, Hyper Sonic shows up to challenge Knuckles... and the flashing strobe colors of his transformation causes the Echidna to fall into a convulsive seizure. Rouge then tries to steal the Master Emerald, only for her to suffer the same seizure upon looking at Sonic. Shadow teleports into the scene and gets a seizure as well.
  • Exact Words: In a re-enactment of the cutscene before the first Sonic vs. Shadow battle in Sonic Adventure 2, Sonic makes good on his promise that he will make Shadow eat his words. By taking the subtitles and shoving them down Shadow's mouth.
  • Expy: In "Robotnik Shorts", Dr. Robotnik and Scratch are ones of Dr. Weird and Steve respectively.
  • Eye Scream: In Sonic Shorts Volume 2, Sonic's eyes melt in bloody detail after watching Eggman's horrible dance.
  • Fanart at First Sight: Parodied in an In-Universe short and combined with Rule 34 in which one short had Sega debuting Shade from Sonic Chronicles and where a fan sees it. Bear in mind that we had only seen her in her full armor at this point.
    FAN: Oh my god. They got a new Sonic character! I Must. Draw. PORN OF IT!
  • Fan Disservice:
    • Eggman's latest ultimate weapon? A shot of him posing in a thong set to Right Said Fred's Wonderman. Sonic is horrified.
    • One Running Gag has him taunting Sonic and friends by belly dancing while dressed as a Chippendale. He dances several times and nobody can deny that it's eye-melting.
    • Snively even joins in on it in one short.
  • Fate Worse than Death: Played for Laughs with an Orbulon, after realizing he can only move in one direction.
  • Flipping the Bird: Jet takes Sonic out of his board on Volume 4 and gloats about Sonic not doing much as the fastest thing alive. Cue Sonic overtaking him while running backwards and giving him the middle finger.
  • Freeze-Frame Bonus:
    • Metal Sonic, Chocola, and Froggy can be seen in the background of Metropolis Mayhem when Tails shoves a dummy ring down Cream's throat.
    • "Shadow Sucks Balls" can briefly be seen during the Guitar Hero segment of the Volume 2 short where Eggman tortures Sonic by dancing in front of him.
    • Eggman can be seen nude when Super Sonic throws a toaster at Perfect Chaos in Sonic Seconds 4.
  • Fun with Subtitles: In Volume 8, Sonic makes Shadow literally eat his words.
  • Grave Humor: Knuckles's tombstone in the Omochao short:
    Here lies Knuckles. Unlike Sonic I don't chuckle. I like to flex my muscles.
    He dedicated his life to the protection of a precious stone. Bit of a crap life, really.
  • Gilligan Cut:
    Omochao: You got: the Fighting Gloves! They're yellow!
    Omochao: You got: the "I Am Gay" gloves!
    Knuckles: *angry growl*
    • Another one in volume four:
      Shadow: You blue idiot, you ate all the eggs!
      Sonic: Yeah, so what if I did? What're you gonna do, break my arms?
      *cuts to Sonic lying in hospital bed with broken arms*
      Knuckles: You really shouldn't give him ideas.
      Sonic: (mockingly) You really shouldn't give him ideas.
  • Groin Attack:
    • During the opening cutscene of Sonic CD, Sonic flies into a rock groin-first.
    • Sonic defeats Metal Sonic with this.
  • Gross-Up Close-Up: Sonic's foot in the final short of the first volume.
  • Guide Dang It!: You bet that the infamous "Barrel of Doom" from Carnival Night Zone makes an appearance in this series.
    Sonic: "What?! All I had to do was press up and down?! Up...and...down...? WHAT THE FU—" *lose a life after time runs out*
  • Heel–Face Turn: After Volume 3, Tails Doll, after making a friend in Marine, appears to have become overall more benign.
  • Here We Go Again!: In Volume 5, SatAM Robotnik, fed up with Sonic X Eggman's Anti-Villain nature, decides to blow up 4Kids Entertainment as a result. After doing so, Snively changes the channel to Sonic Underground, infuriating Robotnik once again, then immediately starts setting up the coordinates.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: This is a somewhat common gag, but the best instance is Eggman in Sonic Seconds 1:
    "You will all be burned by the sun! ...Wait... *gets burned by the sun*"
  • Hollywood Tone-Deaf: Silver from Knuckles Briefs.
  • Hypocritical Humor: Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog Robotnik calls Sonic X Eggman and demands that he take his plans more seriously, then after the call, tells Scratch and Grounder to be careful with the parts for his bouncing raccoon cannon.
    Robotnik: We need to hitch it up to the ocean to stop Sonic once and for all!
    Scratch: Yes, your maliciousness!
    Grounder: This plan makes so much sense!
  • I Am the Noun: "I AM SEGA!"
  • Implausible Deniability: Rouge insists that she isn't a hooker. A ring chooses that moment to slip out of her cleavage.
  • Item Get!: Big the Cat does this when it seems like he finally got Froggy. Sadly, a condor suddenly showed up and took Froggy away.
  • Lampshade Hanging: When Knuckles wants to create his own Flash movie, Sonic notes that a lot of the clips are him "running into things and getting hurt."
  • Lampshaded the Obscure Reference: In Volume 2, Mighty and Ray both lament being forgotten in a bar, with Bean the Dynamite agreeing... Only for Mighty and Ray to have no clue who he is.
  • Left the Background Music On: The intro to the Newgrounds version of Volume 6. Eggman's robots are also often seen providing the BGM when the scene is in one of his bases.
  • Meat-O-Vision: In one short, Sonic rescues a piglet from being trapped inside a badnik… and then hungrily pictures him as a chili dog.
  • Mistaken Identity:
    • Game Buddy has changed his user logo and animation style so many times that it's difficult to determine which shorts he has actually created.
    • In-universe, one short has Sonic becoming extremely frustrated when other characters mistake any other hedgehog (including different-colored ones like Shadow and Silver) as him.
  • Musical Episode: For Summer of Sonic 2012, the Sonic Paradox Crew created Seaside Denied, which was one of these.
    • Likewise, for 2013's Summer of Sonic, they created a sequel, "Metropolis Mayhem", which continues the characterization and humor of the Heroes characters from its predecessor, as well as implying that this will become a full-on series, as the episode ends with the characters' silhouettes on the backdrop of Casino Park as the BGM plays.
    • In a parody of the beginning of Sonic 3 & Knuckles, Knuckles threatens Sonic for breaking into his home by using his singing voice. Volume 2 has two other singing segments, although the penultimate short is more of a "dance" segment.
    • A very, very disturbing dance segment: Eggman's the one doing the dancing. Admittedly, he's not half bad for a fat guy.
  • Mundane Utility: Knuckles using Sonic's quills to shave his beard and throwing the hedgehog in the trash bin afterwards like a discarded razor in Knuckles Briefs.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: Eggman's secret underwater volcano laboratory… IN SPACE!
  • Oh, Crap!:
    • In a short, Shadow challenges Sonic to a fight and tries to use Chaos Control from an Emerald, which fails. Once Shadow checks the emerald, he discovers that it's fake and lacks batteries, much to his displeasure as Sonic proceeds to wail on him.
    • Sonic has one of these in a short after spin-dashing through two SWATbots... which were actually Sally and Bunnie in disguise.
  • Only Sane Man: Espio is this for Team Chaotix. Different people play the part depending on the short, but he's the only one to fill the role in 100% of his appearances.
  • Parody Sue: The "How to make your own Sonic Fan character" short focuses on the creation of one. When the segment for powers comes up, the narrator says to get rid of balance and sensibility, and then suggests having the character use every series MacGuffin to turn into Jesus and then fuse with several of the canon characters.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Chicken Boo disguised as "Chris."
    • Also, the two Egg Pawns dressed as Sonic and Tails in Eggman's Amusement Park ad.
  • Parody Commercial: One of SoBe, another of SunnyD.
  • Poor Communication Kills:
  • Rage Against the Author: The Sonic characters do this in the final short of Volume 8, where they beat up and/or kill the Flash artists responsible for making the many shorts.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Tails Doll, when in his evil demeanor.
  • Running Gag: Throughout Volume 2, Big the Cat's attempts to catch Froggy. Eventually, in Volume 3, Froggy announces he is fed up with being chased and leaves. Big, heartbroken, hangs himself.
    • Sonic, in his own words, says that some of the shorts are him running into things and getting hurt.
    • Every other episode has Eggman dancing topless.
  • Schmuck Bait: Go ahead, click the dumb looking Sonic with the bird on his head in Volume 2. We DARE you to.
  • Screaming at Squick: One short in Volume 2 has Shadow asking Sonic to look up art of him and Sonic, expecting to see tons of art depicting them fighting each other, but when Sonic looks them up, they find... something quite different.
    Sonic: (eyes wide) that...?
    Shadow: And is that my...?
    (both scream loudly)
  • Self-Deprecation: Volume 8 ends with all of the Sonic characters turning against the creators of the series and slaughtering all of them as revenge for making fun of them.
  • "Shaggy Dog" Story: In a short of volume 8, Knuckles has had it with Eggman stealing the Master Emerald, so he decided to move it to another place where he can't find it. This being Sonic Shorts, Knuckles places his new hiding spot right in front of where Eggman was standing. To add salt to the wound, Eggman returns and performs a literal Kick the Dog, or in this case, echidna.
  • Ship Tease: Plenty of Sonamy moments exist in the shorts, and Sonadow is frequently hinted at (and, in one instance, Sonic and Shadow stumble across it... much to their mutual displeasure). One skit even has a Die for Our Ship moment with Shadow hitting the wall as Sonic and Amy embrace. Sonaze is also hinted at with Volume 4 having Blaze and Amy start wailing on Elise simply for kissing Sonic.
    • Shadow is also in the scene where Amy yells at Elise, possibly teasing Sonadow as well.
  • Shout-Out:
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Knuckles. He made Knuckles Briefs because he was jealous of all the attention Sonic was gettingnote , and he wanted to show how awesome he was. However, half of the other characters (the Chaotix, his closer pals, being the biggest offenders) merely made fun of him or made him look ridiculous.
  • Smoking Hot Sex: (Robot) Sally in Volume 6. There was nothing funny about that kind of kiss at all, Tails!
  • Sorry, I'm Gay: In one Volume 5 short, Sonic reveals to Amy that he is gay and in a relationship with Tails. Amy does not take this well. (Volume 8 reveals that he was joking, but Amy is still not amused.)
  • The Stoner: The Toxomister badniks in Lava Reef are portrayed as such, getting high off their own toxic fumes.
  • Stylistic Suck: Knuckles Briefs, a Spin-Off of Sonic Shorts, most prominently Big the Cat's brief. Justified by the creators, in that they had to put it together quickly for Summer of Sonic '09.
    • Sonic Shits and its sequel also fall under this category.
    • Tails's monotone voice in the Sonic Sez section of Volume 2 is clearly a parody of Corey Bringas's Tails voice for the Sonic Adventure games.
  • Subverted Rhyme Every Occasion: In Metropolis Mayhem.
    Hey Big! Question real quick. - Is your name Big 'cause you're thick? - I think... it's 'cause he has a real big- Heart!
  • Surprisingly Realistic Outcome: Several times, including Sonic getting thrown onto his face by a speed pad, Sonic cracking his head open by jumping out of a helicopter, and Vector getting arrested and thrown in jail for making a sex tape, repeatedly violating people's privacy, and annoying literally everyone.
    • One Sonic Seconds short has Shadow try to use a gun per his game, only for his cartoonishly large hands to leave him physically incapable of even fitting his finger on the trigger of guns designed for humans.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: Eggman in his promotional video for his Incredible Interstellar Amusement Park:
    Hello. I am Dr. Eggman, amusement park builder and (speaking rapidly) not-an-evil-mastermind-trying-to-capture-aliens-for-hyper-go-on-power.
    Be sure to visit our alien enslavement camp... I mean, Planet Wisp once we're done with construction.
  • Synchro-Vox: In "How to Create a Sonic Fan Character", the narrator guy does this when he says "lazy".
  • Take That!: There are several jokes at the expense of someone else or a product and how much they suck.
    Sonic: "Why the hell am I in a car?"
    And that's why Sonic Drift sucks!
    • Also in the second one, there's a still grey image with red lettering that briefly appears in the short where Eggman tortures Sonic with dancing. What does it say? Shadow Sucks Balls.
    • In another, BioWare images of newest Sonic character Shade the Echidna are discovered by a Sonic fan. His initial reaction?
      Fan: Oh my god! They've got a new Sonic character! I must! DRAW!! PORN OF IT!!!
      • Freakier Than Fiction: The skit really isn't exaggerated at all; when Shade was first leaked to the internet in a set of pirated magazine scans, the sun didn't even have time to set before Rule 34 took effect (this was before we even knew that Shade was an echidna!)
    • In general, plenty to Sonic '06, but a particularly good one from Sonic in Volume 4.
      Sonic: [after getting kissed by Elise] (shudders) I don't know what's creepier: the fact that she made out with an animal or a corpse.
    • invoked The entire "How to make your own Sonic Fan character" bit in Volume 6 is one long, hilarious stab at fan-character Marty Stus.
    • In Metropolis Mayhem, the things that Tails says at the very beginning and after getting hit in the head by Amy's hammer are shots at Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) note  and Sonic Unleashed note , respectively.
    • Sonic Shits takes it up to eleven with mocking everything and everyone related to Sonic Paradox. It parodies certain shorts, obvious Author Appeal, people who want others to animate and voice their uninspired scenarios, and the humor of late 2000s internet in general.
  • Tomato in the Mirror: Parodied with Metal Sonic, who is unaware that he's a robot. When he realizes this, he suffers an existential crisis, curls up into a ball and cries.
    Metal Sonic: I can't believe it... I'M a faker! My whole life is pointless! (curls up and cries)
  • Unexplained Recovery: Knuckles says "I Got Better" when recapping the events of Volume 5.
  • Villainous BSoD: Metal Sonic, after realizing he's a robot rather than the actual Sonic.
  • Villain Ball: In Volume 8, when Eggman examines his robots to see if any of them got Froggy, one of them got a pair of light speed dash shoes, and another planted a bomb on Sonic, presenting a button that must be pressed to kill him. Eggman rejects both of them just for not being the frog he was looking for even though both of them (especially the latter) would be of great use to him.
  • Villain Decay: Tails Doll goes from a scourge of the shorts with Nightmare Fuel oozing out of him like the blood he was once or twice coated with to Marine's gaming buddy.
  • Walk, Don't Swim: Often played with, but most notably demonstrated by Sonic at the Olympic Games. In a follow-up short, Eggman can't swim either.
  • Why Did It Have To Be Killer Whales?: In the series, Sonic is terrified of whales, presumably after his experiences in Emerald Coast from Sonic Adventure.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: In Volume 8, after Robotnik gets the frog he wanted, he vaporizes his Mecha-Mooks and Big the Cat.
  • Your Head Asplode: Tails after he powers up a bit too much. Knuckles quickly panics wondering what he should do in rebuttal, Sonic Screams Like a Little Girl (for good reason), and Shadow only comments on how unnerving the whole ordeal is.




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