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Sonic the Hedgehog and Tails star in OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes crossover episode

Sonic the Hedgehog fans may want to tune in to the latest episode of OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes. In a special crossover episode that aired on Cartoon Network today, August 4, Sonic and Tails meet KO and team up with him to save the day. Tails even gives a brief backstory of how he first met Sonic and how he strove to live up to his expectations. You can check out a clip from the episode in the embedded video below:

6 thoughts on “Sonic the Hedgehog and Tails star in OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes crossover episode”

  1. …THIS is animation in cartoons these days!? They all look the same! Back when I was growing up at least you could tell toons apart- you’d never misidentify Spongebob, Ed Edd n Eddy, Codename: Kids Next Door, or Courage the Cowardly Dog.

    1. They’ve looked the same for the last 5-6 years. It didn’t help that the most influential online people at the time for cartoons such as Nostalgia Critic was defending the studios and saying fans where in the wrong for criticizing them. Now all three major networks struggle to make anything worth watching. =b they always try to say the low animation designs allow for more action and story compared to the past, but then only show side by side comparisons to 70 to early 90 cartoons and completely ignore 2000 cartoons a together. And no, your characters being gay does not mean they have more depth or better writing as the cartoons in the past. Maybe if they made characters that everyone could relate to, they would actually sell more merchandise and get more money for their animation budget. -_- People got burnt out with many shows as they all feature false character development, every other week supposedly this big thing will change stuff forever, but then the following week after that something happens to make everything go back to how it was before or remove the thing they added that was supposedly a big deal. Adventure Time is the biggest corporate in getting this trend popular, as it allowed for basically click bait style commercialization. Even cartoons like Over the Garden Wall start out great, but ended up with very disappointing ending to each episode and the mini series as of whole. Gravity Falls probably had the best writing this past decade, but i still think it wasn’t even close to as strong as 2000 Teen Titan type shows when it came to writing, or even 90’s Batman the animated series. Regular Show supposedly had a lot of character development in it’s last couple seasons, but they didn’t get any views as the repetitive of the original seasons wore people down, people only care about the same 80’s references for so long. But hey, if you try to point this stuff out you’re just nostalgia blind and just can’t see how beneficial neweer cartoons are to society as a whole.

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