Sonic needs to slow down.
Christopher Evan Welch died on Monday. He was 48. Several reports, including one on this site, erroneously credited him with the role as sidekick Miles "Tails" Prower in the mid-1990s cartoon series Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog. Welch's agency has said he did not play that role.
What kind of World of Warcraft does Blizzard expect us to live in when the red male Pandaren doesn't have a long floofy tail? It just doesn't make sense.
Miles "Tails" Prowler, an ordinary two-tailed fox on the verge of an extraordinary discovery, but great power always comes at a price in the Dorkly Zone.
There's only two Tails, but each Tails has two tails, making it four tails. See, I used the capitalization of the headline as misdirection! Just watch the video.
Pondering why Sonic's fourth game paired him with Knuckles, and not Tails, Dorkly envisions this uncomfortable meeting with the hedgehog's agent. The audience wants unlikely allies, right? Even as hated, as Jar-Jar-class loathed as Tails is, somehow, we can't help but think this is where it all started to turn south…
Ah, poor Miles "Tails" Prower. Here's a Behind the
Bytes look at Sonic's sidekick, Tails. Think it's hard being Sonic? Try being Tails.
After struggling for years to overcome his ring addiction, Sonic the Hedgehog finally loses it deep within the Casino Night Zone. Luckily he's got his best friend to back him up, sort of.
I always figured that Tails had the whole breathing thing covered during the underwater sections of the Sonic the Hedgehog games. Apparently I was wrong.
What could possibly link Sega's speedy blue hedgehog with a founding member of the Bio-terrorism Security Assessment Alliance and a Renaissance-era Italian assassin? Meet Sonic the Hedgehog's new voice actor, Roger Craig Smith.