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Synopsis

While trying to retrieve the 7th Chaos Emerald from Dr. Eggman, Sonic and his friends are transported to the human world where Sonic is rescued by a boy named Chris. Now the race is on to keep Dr. Eggman away from the powerful Chaos Emeralds and from taking over the World. Luckily for Earth, Sonic is the quickest hedgehog around!

Cast

Character's name Japanese voice actor 4Kids voice actor MLP counterpart
Sonic Jason Anthony Griffith Junichi Kanemaru Pinkie Pie
Amy Rose Lisa Ortiz Taeko Kawata Rarity
Tails Amy Palant Ryō Hirohashi Rainbow Dash
Chris Thorndyke Suzanne Goldish/Matthew Charles Sanae Kobayashi/Masakazu Morita Twilight Sparkle (Sci-Twi)
Dr. Eggman Mike Pollock Chikao Ōtsuka Queen Chrysalis
Knuckles Dan Green Nobutoshi Kanna Applejack
Cream Rebecca Handler Sayaka Aoki Fluttershy
Vanilla Rebecca Handler Sayaka Aoki Princess Cadance
Rouge Kathleen Delaney Rumi Ochiai Trixie
Shadow Jason Anthony Griffith Kouji Yusa Discord
Tikal Karen Neill Kaori Asō
Big the Cat Oliver Wyman Takashi Nagasako Big McIntosh
Vector Carter Cathcart/Jimmy Zoppi Kenta Miyake Shining Armor
Espio David Wills Yuuki Masuda Cheese Sandwich
Charmy Amy Birnbaum Youko Teppouzuka Spike
Cosmo Amy Birnbaum Etsuko Kozakura

List of episodes

Main article: List of Sonic X episodes

Broadcast history (U.S. version)

August 23, 2003 Premiered at 10:00 AM on the FoxBox
September 6, 2003 Episode 1 rerun; timeslot moved to 9:30 AM
November 1, 2003 Reruns began at 11:30 AM on the FoxBox
January 24, 2004 Timeslot moved to 10:00 AM
March 6, 2004 Reruns moved to 8:30 AM
May 1–September 4, 2004 Only aired on reruns at 10:00 AM every Saturday morning
May 22, 2004 Did not air
July 10–24, 2004 Aired twice, at 8:30 and 10:00 AM
September 11, 2004–March 5, 2005 Aired to 9:00 AM
December 25, 2004–January 1, 2005 Did not air
March 12–June 25, 2005 Aired twice, from 9:30 to 10:30 AM
July 2, 2005 Only aired at 9:30 AM
July 9–September 3, 2005 Reruns moved to 9:00 AM
September 10, 2005 Season 3 premiere; timeslot moved to 10:00 AM
November 19, 2005 Timeslot moved to 11:00 AM
March 25, 2006 Did not air
May 6, 2006 Series finale
June 10, 2006–April 28, 2007 First hiatus
May 5–July 22, 2007 Aired on reruns at 11:00 AM
July 29–September 1, 2007 Aired on reruns at 8:30 AM
September 8–November 17, 2007 Aired on reruns at 11:30 AM
November 24, 2007–June 14, 2008 Second hiatus
June 21–September 6, 2008 Aired on reruns at 10:00 AM
September 13–December 27, 2008 Aired twice, from 9:00 to 10:00 AM on reruns
January 3, 2009 Moved to The CW4Kids at 8:00 AM
April 11, 2009 Timeslot moved to 7:30 AM
June 6–27, 2009 Aired twice, at 9:00 and 11:00 AM
July 4–11, 2009 Aired twice, at 7:30 and 9:00 AM
July 18–August 29, 2009 Aired twice, from 8:00 to 9:00 AM
September 5, 2009 Only aired at 8:00 AM
September 12, 2009 Did not air due to the broadcast of "Kirby: Fright to the Finish"
September 19–December 26, 2009 Aired on reruns from 9:30 to 10:30 AM
November 21, 2009 Only aired at 10:00 AM due to a Popcorn for Breakfast movie
January 2–May 22, 2010 Aired on reruns from 10:00 to 11:00 AM
April 17, 2010 Aired from 9:00 to 10:00 AM
May 29, 2010 Only aired at 10:30 AM due to a Popcorn for Breakfast movie
June 5–July 10, 2010 Only aired once, at 10:00 AM
July 17–August 7, 2010 Aired three times, from 8:00 to 9:00 AM and at 10:00 AM
August 14–21, 2010 10:00 timeslot replaced by Dragon Ball Z Kai; still aired twice from 8:00 to 9:00 AM; Toonzai replaces The CW4Kids
August 28, 2010 Only aired at 8:00 AM
September 4, 2010–October 8, 2011 Aired three times, from 8:00 to 9:00 AM and at 9:30 AM
September 18–October 9, 2010 9:30 timeslot temporarily replaced by reruns of Dragon Ball Z Kai
September 10, 2011 9:30 timeslot temporarily replaced by Yu-Gi-Oh!
October 15, 2011–August 4, 2012 Reruns aired twice, from 8:00 to 9:00 AM
August 11–September 29, 2012 Did not air, with Vortexx replacing Toonzai on August 25, 2012
October 6, 2012–January 12, 2013 Aired at 8:00 AM on Vortexx
November 24–December 1 and 15–22, 2012 Did not air due to special presentations
January 19–July 6, 2013 Aired twice, from 8:00 to 9:00 AM
July 13, 2013–September 27, 2014 8:30 timeslot replaced by "Bolts and Blip", still aired at 8:00 AM; replaced by Sonic Boom later in 2014

Where the show last aired (Vortexx on CW Network), the block was discontinued and replaced by One Magnificent Morning from Litton Entertainment.

Home video timeline

Main article: List of Sonic X DVDs and videos

Websites

Team Artail

See also

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