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SonicSong182 is a comedic web series created in 2008 by the sisters Kn (or Knux) and Ames (or Amy.) It stars the cast of the Sonic the Hedgehog series, mostly in plush form.

The channel hosts a few different series, including:

  • The main SonicSong182 movie series, usually feature-length films made using plush puppeteering
  • Ask the Sonic Heroes, an animated series where fans are asked to submit questions to the cast
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  • Sonic Chefs, a plush series that acts as a cooking show
  • Sonic Goes To..., a plush series highlighting the sights of any particular location
  • Kn also hosts weekly live streams on the channel, often with a castmember on board, where she usually colors in her drawings of the characters

The series' YouTube channel has over 143,000 subscribers.

This web series provides examples of the following tropes:

  • Adorkable: Tails.
  • A Day in the Limelight:
    • Silver's Neverending Story, the interactive adventure about Silver's quest to find Blaze.
    • Blaze Goes to Disneyland, starring the female cast of the series, primarily Blaze (obviously).
    • "Team Chaotix, Master Detectives!" stars Team Chaotix looking for main character Sonic the Hedgehog.
  • Art Evolution: Ask the Sonic Heroes has now seen two character design overhauls.
  • Art-Shifted Sequel: Ask the Sonic Heroes is consists of hand drawings while the rest of the content of the channel is plush-based.
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  • Break the Cutie: Averted in Episode 17 Part 1 of Ask the Sonic Heroes when Knuckles and Rouge convinced Cream to wait on watching Madoka Magica until she was older, due to its violent content.
  • Comic-Book Time: Lampshaded in Episode 14 of Ask the Sonic Heroes when somebody inquires about the characters' ages. Tails is the exception to this, jumping from eight to twelve since the last episode.
  • Crossover: Mario has made a couple cameos, in Sonic Chefs - Christmas Tree Cake and Silver's Neverending Story.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Seems as if Shadow, Silver, and Eggman suffer from this.
  • Dragged into Drag: Poor Knuckles was on the receiving end of a makeover by Cream in Ask the Sonic Heroes Episode 17.
  • Early Installment Weirdness:
    • Shadow and the Thir13en Ghosts, as the first movie in the series, has its moments:
      • Shadow utters the word "damn" a couple times. Since then, there has been no cursing.
      • It is the only movie that has No Fourth Wall, given the amount of times it's broken.
      • The organs are recurring minor characters, but one of them was cut after making her only appearance in this film after Kn realized their work was attracting an audience and wanted to make their content more family-friendly. The character that was never seen again? Una the Uterus.
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  • Epic Fail: In Sonic Chefs - Mini Caramel Apples?, the recipe failed to work out, resulting in hard, inedible caramel (as Big found out the hard way.)
  • Heel–Face Turn: As revealed in Episode 17 Part 2 of Ask the Sonic Heroes, Big did some pretty awful things in the past...apparently.
  • Insane Troll Logic: Some of Big's reasoning for things can be this, as shown in Ask the Sonic Heroes.
  • Mysterious Past: Discussed in Episode 17 Part 2 with Big.
    Big: (Now sounding like Duke Nukem) "There are many details to my origins that I dare not relate to mortal souls. For their spirits would crumble at the true horror that is... BIG THE CAT! (back to normal) I got better, though"
  • No Fourth Wall: Fans ask the characters questions via the YouTube comment section in Ask the Sonic Heroes, making the fourth wall nearly nonexistent. Played up to eleven in Episode 20 when the characters start start referring to Knux and how much work she needs to put in upon viewer request.
  • Off-the-Shelf FX: Being a fan-made puppet show, this is pretty much a requirement.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Espio's disguise in Team Chaotix, Master Detectives! Charmy's is even thinner!
  • Ship Tease: For somebody who is "too cool" for romance, Sonic spends a lot of time with Amy alone under his own free will.
  • Story Arc: Silver debuted in Be My Valentine - Or ELSE! and mentioned in the movie that he was looking for someone. This would become a recurring theme in his appearances until he finally found Blaze in Silver's Neverending Story, two years after his debut in the series.
  • Thoroughly Mistaken Identity: The Frog Prince, it seems, just can't convince Big that he's not Froggy.

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