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Sonic Prime is an animated television series based on the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series, co-produced by Sega of America, Netflix Animation, WildBrain Studios and Man of Action Entertainment. It is the sixth animated television series based on the franchise.




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The first season, comprising eight episodes, was released on Netflix on December 15, 2022.[2][3] According to WildBrain Studios, the series is to have at least 24 episodes in total.[4] Sega confirmed that more episodes will be released in 2023.[5]


Sonic Prime was officially announced in February 2021,[11] though the development of the series was initially revealed in a deleted tweet in December 2020.[12][13] The series will have 24 episodes overall.[14][15][16] Colleen O'Shaughnessey, known for portraying Miles "Tails" Prower since 2014, responded to a tweet on Twitter that she won't be reprising the role in the Netflix series, due to Canadian content and union laws meaning that a large portion of voice actors portraying roles in Canadian television programs have to be Canadian.[17][1] In May 2022, it was announced that Deven Mack would voice the titular character for the series.[6]


The series is made by Man of Action and WildBrain Studios, and marks as their second collaboration on a video game based series after Mega Man: Fully Charged, along with Netflix Animation and Sega's animation studio Marza Animation Planet. One of the writers, Duncan Rouleau, stated that the series will be set in "the video game universe created by Sonic Team" and that "possible Sega crossovers are not ruled out."[18] According to executive producer Logan McPherson, the series is canon to the games' timeline.[19]In June 2021, concept art of the series was discovered on a now deleted artist's portfolio.[20]


Duncan Rouleau later confirmed that Ian Flynn, who has written for the Archie, Boom, IDW series and the newly released Sonic Frontiers, would be a consultant.[21] Additionally, The Willoughbys director Kris Pearn worked on the series as a creative consultant with My Little Pony: Equestria Girls director Ishi Rudell as an episodic director.


Sonic Prime[6] (ソニック プライム, Sonikku Puraimu?) is a CGI animated Netflix television series. It is the sixth animated show based on the Sonic the Hedgehog series, the second to be computer-animated imagery, following Sonic Boom, and the first to make its debut on a streaming service.[2]


On 10 December 2020, it was announced that a 3D animated series based on the Sonic the Hedgehog series was in development by Man of Action Entertainment and WildBrain. However, the announcement was quickly withdrawn by its source.[2]


On 1 February 2021, a press release was revealed that unveiled that Sonic Prime would be animated at WildBrain's Vancouver studio. Sega and WildBrain would jointly participate across production, distribution and licensing while Man of Action would act as showrunners and Executive Producers for the series. Sonic Prime is expected to have 24 episodes and would be released sometime in 2022 on Netflix.[1] Over the course of March 2021, Betty Kwong and Nicholas Kole revealed themselves to have been hired as designers for the series.[8][9]


On 25 February 2021, SEGASammy revealed in a Q&A that they did not expect to get any direct financial gains from Sonic Prime. Instead, it would be used to bring attention to the Sonic property and its multifaceted rollout, "strengthening" it.[10] There are similarly no plans about making the series into a video game, like Sonic Boom.[11]


On 27 May 2021, during the Sonic Central presentation, Joe Kelly gave a brief synopsis of the upcoming show: "Sonic will be thrusted into a high-speed adventure, through the strange and mysterious Shatterverse. It's up to Sonic to save the universe and along the way experience moments of self-discovery and redemption." He later stated there would be more information on a later date, one of them the explanation of the new Eggman Empire logo behind him. Later, on 23 June, concept artwork related to Sonic Prime was revealed on the portfolio of Patrick Horan, one of the designers for the series.[12] However, the site was removed soon after it was noticed. On 9 October 2021, Man of Action writer Duncan Rouleau announced on Twitter that Ian Flynn was hired as a story consultant for the show with Ryan Hamlyn.[13] Craig Martin and Kris Pearn were involved as creative consultants along with David Nelson, Haruhiro Uchida and Kate Harland.


On 28 January 2023, an event for the show known as "Sonic Prime: The Shatterverse Experience" was held in Los Angeles, California. At the event, participants could play a short interactive photo game, and receive prints of a poster from the series.


While it sits at a 60 percent critic score on Rotten Tomatoes, Sonic Prime received an 88 percent audience score, which is pretty great as far as video game TV shows go. Of course, Rotten Tomatoes doesn't account for every person that watched the series, but it's a quick look at what audiences thought. It seems Netflix is ready to answer the desire for more because the official Sonic the Hedgehog Twitter account announced today that more Sonic Prime episodes are coming later this year.


Sonic the Hedgehog is a video game character known all around the world and has been adapted into many formats over the years, including the live-action movies that dominate the box office, numerous TV series, and of course, the video games that define many of our childhoods.


WoN: In the series, we see the voice actors often playing multiple roles including different variations of themselves. How did the voice actors, animators and writers treat that challenge?


Parents need to know that Sonic Prime is an animated series based on the video game and movie franchise. Sonic (voiced by Deven Mack) is once again true to his name, providing tons of high-speed energy to his frenetic battles with baddies. Expect lots of cartoonish violence, including scary robots that shoot fireballs. Sonic is often in peril, and there are intense situations. Language includes insults like "loser," "big butt," "jerks," and "blockhead." A character talks about his experience being bullied as a kid. Friendship and teamwork are the big themes in this fast-paced sci-fi series.


Fans of the perky blue critter will be thrilled that this series offers an abundance of Sonic's frenzied energy. For those new to the franchise, Sonic Prime might be a lot. The jumps between worlds can be a little confusing, but Sonic's unwavering commitment to his friends anchors the show and sends a solid message to kid viewers.


Man of Action Entertainment are Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, Duncan Rouleau and Steven T. Seagle, the writers' collective behind comic's largest franchise characters as well as their original concepts published under their Man of Action banner at Image Comics. Their creations include Ben 10, the $6 billion boys' action franchise for which they executive produce the new iteration, in season four on Cartoon Network. Dentsu handpicked them to develop, write and executive produce the Mega Man: Fully Charged series that debuted in 2018 on Cartoon Network. They developed and Executive Produce Power Players, that debuted on Cartoon Network in 2019. Man of Action Entertainment also created the Zak Storm: Super Pirate series for ZAG airing on Netflix and previously created Generator Rex and launched Disney XD's Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man and Marvel's Avengers Assemble series as EXP/writers. Man of Action Entertainment created the characters and team featured in Big Hero 6, Disney/Marvel's Academy Award-winning feature. In addition to creating successful video games, toy lines and comic books, Man of Action Entertainment are the creator/producer/writers of current and upcoming feature films and live-action TV series based on their original comic books and graphic novels including the critically-acclaimed I Kill Giants feature film released in 2018, the Officer Downe feature in 2016. ; ; ;


The story is easy to understand, taking someplace in the future in relation to the game series. While doing the routine fight against Dr. Eggman (voiced by Brian Drummond), an over-excited and egotistical Sonic is fooled into a trap, which ends in the destruction of the Paradox Prism. This artifact can manipulate time and space and sends Sonic off into new worlds in the Shatterverse. To save his friends and his reality, Sonic goes on an epic quest, meeting new friends and foes across multiple dimensions. This CG animated series has eight episodes, seven of which have a runtime of twenty minutes, and one final special episode will have a runtime of forty minutes.


There are great moments where the series mimics the game with 3rd person rotations and views, so for me, the nostalgia was high watching this. Even as soon as the first episode opened and I saw Sonic collecting coins in Green Hill I was transported back to playing the game as a kid.


Sonic Prime is an CGI-animated adventure series from Netflix, Sega, WildBrain and Man Of Action Entertainment. The series is based on the beloved video game franchise and will premiere worldwide in December 2022 on Netflix as a part of the Sonic brand's 31st anniversary. Consulted by Ian Flynn, its plot addresses topics such as self-discovery and redemption.


Man of Action Entertainment, creators of Ben 10 and the characters and team in the Academy Award-winning feature Big Hero 6, have been brought on as showrunners and Executive Producers for the series with Netflix acquiring the rights to the series and releasing the series as an original in 2022.[1]


"The action-packed adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog go into overdrive when a run-in with Dr. Eggman results in a literal universe-shattering event. Desperate to piece his prime reality back together and save his old friends, Sonic races through the Shatterverse, discovering strange worlds and enlisting new friends in an epic adventure of a lifetime," the official synopsis reads. 041b061a72


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