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Freedom Fighters

Sonic The Hedgehog

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Miles "Tails" Prower

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Amy Rose

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Johnny Lightfoot

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A Freedom Fighter. Based on the "Pocky" captive from the original games.

Porker Lewis

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A panicky Freedom Fighter. Based on the "Picky" captive from the original games.

  • Anthropomorphic Shift: Arguably even more noticeable than Johnny, gaining a muscular body nearly twice Sonic's height, compared to his "small animal" design identical to the games early on (amusingly flashbacks were occasionally used featuring the character with his humanoid design). He changed twice, since at first he still had his hooves before they were changed to hands.
  • Ascended Extra: Again like Johnny.
  • Blue Eyes / Brown Eyes: It switched between the issues, though most commonly he's shown with Blue Eyes.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: His real name is Oscar the Pig, a native of the Special Zone who unwittingly became involved with a Mafia boss named Hammerhead who used Porker's research to develop weapons. When he destroyed his research and sabotaged the project, Hammerhead had him framed, forcing him to flee to Mobius, where he eventually joined up with Sonic.
  • Full-Name Basis
  • Non-Action Guy: Never a fighter, Porker loses his nerve entirely after being captured by the Metallixes, and he retires from the Freedom Fighters. Sonic never properly forgives him - STC Sonic being what he is, it's probably out of guilt for letting it happen in the first place.
  • Shout-Out: His name is a reference to the sitcom Parker Lewis Can't Lose.
  • The Smart Guy
  • Transplant: After his encounter with Metallix, Porker quits the Freedom Fighters and relocates to the Floating Island to study the ancient echidna civilisation and becomes an important supporting character for Knuckles as much as he is for Sonic.

Tekno the Canary

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Amy's best friend, and an occasional member of the Five-Man Band.

Shortfuse the Cybernik

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A short-tempered squirrel who retained his free will after being turned into a powerful Badnik.

Chaotix Crew

The Omni-viewer

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Mighty the Armadillo

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Vector the Crocodile

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Espio the Chameleon

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Charmy Bee

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Antagonists

Super Sonic

Sonic's Enemy Within who eventually became his own character.

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  • Chaos Is Evil:
  • Enemy Without: Got separated from Sonic.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: He's the most well-known aspect of the series, despite not playing much of a role for a majority of the comic.
  • Identity Amnesia: Becomes a nice guy when he temporarily looses his memories. But becomes haunted for a long time by recurring nightmares of a demonic creature destroying the world and saving him for last. Eventually, he discovers these are actually representations of his past destructive urges, remembering in full that he was once the evil, chaotic Super Sonic. This leads him to refuse to use his powers lest he become corrupted by them once more - indeed, each time he taps chaos energy or his inert powers, he reverts to his crazy self. His desire to not become a demon again ends in tragedy, as he is corrupted by the power of all seven emeralds - while attempting to save his own life nonetheless - and he is promptly merged back with Sonic, seemingly ending the pacifist Super Sonic's life.
  • Knight of Cerebus
  • Omnicidal Maniac
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning
  • Super-Powered Evil Side: To Sonic
  • Wingding Eyes: His eyes are permanently spirals.

Robotnik

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Grimer

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Robotnik's chief scientist and most loyal toady.

  • Ambiguous Species: It's never quite said what he is, but he looks neither human nor animal.
  • Dirty Coward
  • Dragon Ascendant
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: Grimer is the primary designer of many of Robotnik's most dangerous warmachines and personally comes to Robotnik's rescue on several occasions.
  • The Igor
  • Karma Houdini: Despite the fact he played a fundamental role in Robotnik's schemes, designed and built most of the badniks, was entirely culpable for releasing Chaos and therefore Johnny Lightfoot's death and (unlike Robotnik) has no excuse for his evil ways, Grimer strides out of the series scot-free and unrepentant, with a triumphant 'I quit!'.
  • Not So Harmless: He's usually seen in Robotnik's shadow, carrying out his orders with obsequious alacrity or nervous meekness as the situation demands. When Robotnik needs to be rescued, however, Grimer becomes a Chessmaster to be reckoned with. And at one point when Sonic is captured, he turns downright scary.
  • Obviously Evil: Let's see... Evil Eyebrows, Red Eyes, Take Warning, Villainous Cheekbones, Bald of Evil with what hair he has crafted into Spikes of Villainy. Somewhat balanced out by his good manners and natty little bowtie.
  • Shout-Out: A character bio in one issue gave his surname as Wormtongue. Writer Nigel Kitching subsequently clarified that this was added in by the editor, and isn't Grimer's surname in the story.
  • The Watson: Robotnik often has to explain his plans in little bitesize pieces to Grimer, even when they are achingly simple.
  • Yes-Man

Nack the Weasel

A former member of the Chaotix.

Brotherhood of Metallix

Vermin the Cybernik

Chaos

A liquid monster who used to be a Drakon prosecutor. Trapped with Tikal for years inside a tiny box.

  • Adaptational Villainy: He's completely unsympathetic in this comic, unlike the games version. He's also much worse in his villainy, and has no motive whatsoever.
  • Everything's Squishier With Cephalopods: His final form is squid like, unlike the draconic form Chaos went for in the games.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Averted. He takes the final form of a squid.

Sky Pirates

Captain Plunder

Filch

Simpson the Cat

Misc.

Knuckles The Echidna

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Tikal the Echidna

Ebony the Cat

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