- “You're too slow!”
- ―Sonic the Hedgehog
Sonic the Hedgehog, or just Sonic, is a blue anthropomorphic hedgehog known for his impressive running speed, hailing from an island from Earth called South Island. He is the main protagonist of the long-sucessful Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. Sonic has appeared in some of SuperMarioGlitchy4's videos, and is the main protagonist in the Sonic the Derphog sub-series.
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- The Wacky Wario Bros.: The Winning Ticket. (First full appearance)
He made an appearance telling the viewers that he is Sonic, Sonic the Hedgehog, but then was ran over by Wario's car. He then appears where the (Wacky) Wario Bros wait for the bus, along with Kirby, he then sees Wario and notices that he was the one that ran over him, he then battles Wario, he uses Chaos Control to slow down Wario, Wario then throws Waluigi and Kirby into Sonic, but misses, but then got ran over by a train, ultimately killing him, he wasn't seen for the rest of the video.
Sonic made a small cameo appearance. He greets the Chain Chomp at the door to the castle and introduces himself. He then later becomes friends with Chain Chomp.
- Sonic is the second SEGA character to be featured in SMG4's bloopers, the first being Dr. Robotnik/Eggman (who appeared more often than Sonic).
- Sonic acts calm most of the time, is intelligent, and uses common sense. His personality is the opposite of Mario's, which makes sense seeing as they were rivals in the real-life "console wars".
- Sonic is friends with Chain Chomp on Facebook. It is also revealed that their friend request was mutual. (If you don't know what that is, it is when both people send a friend request to each other simultaneously.)
- Sonic may be bisexual, as he was attracted to Amy in Sonic The Derphog: The Evilness of Eggman (?), but later told her that he was gay (this was probably an excuse for her not to attack him).
- Sonic's relationship with Eggman parallels their depiction in the Sonic Boom series, showing as while they're professionally enemies, they typically act like friends.