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Sonic Prime Races to Netflix December 15th

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A neat looking title if a tad simplistic.

A neat looking title if a tad simplistic.

What we know so far...

So Netflix dropped a second trailer for Sonic Prime. And in this one we got a little more regarding the plot. Eggman has found a glowing crystal called “The Paradox Prism," before he’s confronted by Sonic and friends. Amidst the conflict the prism is shattered which sends Sonic to a parallel world that he decides to save from Engman’s tyranny along with parallel versions of his friends.

Sonic also seeks to revert this dystopian world back to the bright and colorful world he knew. If it turns out Sonic has to collect pieces of the Prism to restore his world to normal, I’mma get Spider-Man:Shattered Dimensions vibes. Along with that, the casting isn’t what I expected. I expected Brian Drummond to be Knuckles or Shadow, Ashleigh Ball as Tails, Adam Naruda as maybe Shadow or EggMan. But instead we got Brian Drummond as Eggman, Ashleigh Ball as Tails, and Adam Naruda as Knuckles.

I also guessed Shannon Chan Kent would be Amy Rose, which I got right. I thought Ian Hanlin might be another choice for Eggman, but he’s actually voicing Big The Cat and Shadow The Hedgehog. I’m guessing Kazumi Evans will be Rouge The Bat, which is perfect given that she was the singing voice for Rarity in My Little Pony and Esquesteria Girls, along with the speaking and singing voice for the Siren Adaigo in Equestria Girls:Rainbow Rocks.

Not gonna lie, Sonic be pretty cool here...

Not gonna lie, Sonic be pretty cool here...

"You build it, I'll break it" indeed...

"You build it, I'll break it" indeed...

Is it me, or do they look a little different...

Is it me, or do they look a little different...

When the squad pulls up, you it's about to go down.

When the squad pulls up, you it's about to go down.

The Conclusion...

In conclusion based on the two trailers we got, Sonic Prime is looking great. And I’d say the voice work sounds great too, but after watching Canadian cartoons with Canadian voice actors for about 27 years, that’s a given at this point. Sonic Prime will premiere on Netflix on December 15th, and I’m looking forward to it.

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