Sonic the Hedgehog Poster #22 Sally Acorn Amy Antoine Bunnie Rotor


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Sonic leads Antoine D’Coolette, Amy Rose, Tails, Sally Acorn, Bunnie Rabbot and Rotor the Walrus! Antoine D’Coolette, also known as Ant or Twan by Sonic, is a fictional character appearing in both the Sonic the Hedgehog TV series and comic series. He is a brown, male, Mobian coyote with blue eyes, a peach-colored muzzle and bright blond hair. He has occasionally been depicted with a small mustache, although he has not been seen with one for some time. While it was suggested that Antoine wore a hairpiece in the early issues of the comic, modern continuity has established it as his natural hair. He wears his Acorn Kingdom Army uniform; brown boots, blue jacket with a red belt tied around it a few inches from the bottom of the coat, gold pipes on the shoulder, golden cuffs on the end of each sleeve, a gold-colored lacy ascot and a G.U.N. badge on the right lapel of his coat. He is usually depicted as slightly older than the rest of the main characters; his age is around 20, whereas the other characters are around 17. He has a thick French accent that is expressed prominently in the text of the comic. He debuted in issue #0 of the comic’s introductory series, and in episode 1 of the cartoon. In both media he is commonly called Ant; though originally intended as an insult it has become a friendly nickname. Amy Rose is one of the few main characters in the Sonic the Hedgehog series to have her first appearance outside the Sega games. She was created by Kenji Terada for the various Sonic the Hedgehog manga published by Shogakukan. She first appeared in the April 1992 issue of Shogaku Ninensei, written and illustrated by Sango Morimoto. She also appeared in the unrelated series from Shogaku Ichinensei, Shogaku Sannensei, Shogaku Gonensei, Shogaku Rokunensei, and Coro Coro Comics Special, all of which were written and illustrated by different mangaka but based on Kenji Terada’s initial concept. In these series, Amy (no second name is given) is the girlfriend of Nicky, a nerdy young male hedgehog with the power to transform into the superhero, Sonic the Hedgehog. Amy is also the target of the bully Anton Verruca. Because of the vastly different styles of the illustrators for these series, Amy’s design was different in each. She appeared most like her later games appearances in the Coro Coro Comics Specials, written and illustrated by Tanaka Kouichi. Bunnie Rabbot-D’Coolette (known simply as Bunnie Rabbot in the animated series and initially in Sonic the Hedgehog) is a character featured prominently in the Sonic the Hedgehog animated series and Sonic the Hedgehog comic book. She is a female rabbit, given cybernetic parts after being partially roboticized by Dr. Robotnik. In both the show and the comic, Bunnie is a member of the “Freedom Fighters” dedicated to combating the evil Dr. Robotnik. She speaks with a thick Southern accent, and shows her affection with folksy slang like “Hon'” or “Sugah”. Bunnie is a golden barefoot rabbit with light orange-brown/blonde hair, vibrant emerald-green eyes, a tuft of hair sticking down in front of her face, mainly over her left eye and between a usually-erect right ear and always floppy left ear. She wears a pink-purple leotard with a black belt that covers the parts of her torso that aren’t robotic, leaving the upper chest and shoulder exposed, and Western-styled clothes on and off, usually consisting of a brown leather cowboy hat, and a brown leather cowboy jacket with tassels. She was partially roboticized: both legs, her left arm, and shoulder are all robotic, because Dr. Robotnik tried to turn her into a robot but she was then saved by Sonic. In the cartoon and in early issues of the comic, her parts were primitive-looking, as was Dr. Robotnik’s technology; a later upgrade gave her a more ‘natural’ shape. Despite being roboticized from the waist-down, Bunnie retains her natural tail. She originally had a pink stomach, but over time it transitioned into becoming a pink leotard. It has been confirmed by editors that her torso is also roboticized. Bunnie was shown to have a white stomach in an alternate future timeline, where she is de-roboticized. Eventually she was also restored to a fully organic form in the comics as well.

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