The Archie comics and SatAM introduced many new characters like Rotor, Sally, Bunnie, etc. But one character I want to focus on is one who also showed up in Sonic Underground, Sonic’s Uncle Chuck. He was mentioned in the very first episode of SatAM as someone who Sonic held dearly but was roboticized along with his dog Muttski. We see more of Sonic’s dearly loved uncle in the next episode of SatAM that we are going to discuss, “Ultra Sonic” written by David Villaire. The episode was aired on Oct. 2, 1993.
As the leader of the Freedom Fighters, Sally Acorn is one of the core members of the organization. But what would happen if she was replaced by a robot? This idea has been explored in episode three of SatAM, “Sonic and Sally.” The episode aired on Sept. 25, 1993, and was written by Pat Allee and Ben Hurst.
After discussing the pilot episode for the SatAM series, it’s time we look at the first episode that aired for the series: “Sonic Boom” written by Len Janson which first aired on Sept. 18, 1993.
War….War never changes. This was the tone Sonic Forces was going for with its attempt to have a darker tone with Sonic and company fighting against Dr. Eggman. But Forces wasn’t the only Sonic related story to have a darker theme with Dr. Eggman already conquering the world. We must go back to 1993 where DIC Entertainment, a film and tv show company, started airing two Sonic shows around the same month.