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I'll never look back, I've got no regrets 'Cause time doesn't wait for me I choose to go my own way

Posted by sonic-super-#1-fan on Aug 25th, 2011

Sonic the Hedgehog grew up with his forest friends in the Green Hill Zone of the planet Mobius. Orphaned at an early age, Sonic fell in with a clan of rambunctious animal friends who taught him a variety of skills and tricks that you'll see him use in his video games today.

Johnny Lightfoot, a rabbit, showed Sonic how to outrun every creature in the forest, while Sally Acorn, a squirrel, taught Sonic how to jump incredible distances. A bluebird Flicky, influenced Sonic with his happy fearless approach to life: Joe Sushi, a walrus instructed Sonic on how to dive and swim, while a penguin, Tux, taught Sonic how to breathe underwater.

With the help of his many friends, Sonic developed cleverness, speed and a certain amount of "forest smarts."

Perhaps the most important lesson of all was from Chirps, a chicken, who inadvertently helped Sonic develop the Super Sonic Spin Attack. You see, as Chirps was learning to fly, he tumbled head over heels out of his nest. Sonic teased Chirps by imitating him as he tumbled. Soon Sonic had gathered so much speed from imitating Chirps' tumble that he became a blur of quills and fur.

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Metaltooth Oct 29 2011 says:

Ha, that's from the Fleetway "Sonic the Comic". I personally perfer the Archie but both are fun to read.

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sonic-super-#1-fan Dec 23 2011 replied:

Nope its from SEGA of America in 1991

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Metaltooth Jan 15 2012 says:

Johnny Lightfoot is from Fleetway

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sonic-super-#1-fan Jul 6 2015 replied:

Johnny Lightfoot is from Sega of America in 1991, named by SoA staff member Dean Sitton.

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