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Uploaded on Jan 26, 2010

**Clips from Sonic the Hedgehog SatAM owned by SEGA, Dic and Cookie Jar entertainment**

The Sea3on comic http://sonicsatam.com/sea3on/?p=14

Once Upon A Time, there was a little cartoon show called Sonic the Hedgehog. It was based on a popular Video Game series of the same name, and told the story of a world called Mobius, once peaceful but now ruled by the iron-fisted Empire of Dr. Robotnik and his machines; a rag-tag group of youngsters who had escaped the evil Doctors clutches, however, joined together to take his empire apart piece by piece and restore their home to its former glory: Sonic the Hedgehog, Sally Acorn, Miles Tails Prower, Bunnie Rabbot, Rotor Walrus, and Antoine DCoollette, collectively known as The Freedom Fighters. Despite only running for two seasons and bearing only the faintest resemblance to the Games it was adapted from, Sonic the Hedgehog, affectionately referred to as SatAM due to its Saturday-Morning airtime to distinguish it from other Sonic cartoons, managed to earn itself a passionate and dedicated fan-base. Fans United For SatAM is an outgrowth of that fanbase, a website dedicated to celebrating the shows memory and why we all enjoyed it.

Part of that dedication, however, involves addressing the shows greatest Unsolved Mystery: its conclusion. The second (and sadly final) season of the show ended with a powerful cliffhanger, revealing that even though Robotnik had seemingly been removed from power, his nephew Snivley was ready to take the reins, and worse, he had an unknown accomplice! Unfortunately, the show was not renewed for a Third Season, and so the fans were left to wonder just what would have happened if it had continued. Fans United For SatAM sought to answer that question with a fan-made Web Comic, dubbed Sea3on, which would act as the hypothetical Third Season of the show and portray events that occurred after the end of its Second Season. For various reasons, this first incarnation of the Comic only lasted a few issues before the original creative team behind it had to leave.

At the end of 2009, however, a new creative team was selected, and Sea30n began anew! Updated with a new page every Friday, Sea3on tells the continuing struggle of the Freedom Fighters, now up against new enemies and on new adventures!

Writer: E. Mason

Illustrator: L. Everett

**Video edited by John Roberts**


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