So I know this news is like a week old but I thought I’d go ahead and discuss it anyways. So without further ado let’s get started.
So as many of you probably already heard about this but apparently one of the production managers of Sonic Mania Adventures accidentally confirmed that a new Sonic animation series was in the works. The above screenshot of the original post before it was edited to remove any mention of a new series, is what started it all.
Even Aaron Webber (head of the Sonic social media accounts) tried draw attention away from this as if it was a rumor. Only to bring more attention to it, like he did with the toys and description of Sumo’s next Sonic Racing game, Team Sonic Racing. Before it was even announced.
But with this news brings us back to another Sonic series called Sonic Boom with it’s still to be announced season 3. What will happen to Sonic Boom if there is a new Sonic animation series? Well it’s either cancelled if we don’t get anything at next months MipJunior and Sega is in favor of short YouTube Sonic series. Or it’s still getting a 3rd season and there just looking for a better way to distribute it.
Now that’s not to say they could announce a 3rd season after MipJunior, but any announcement after that is unlikely. Which makes MipJunior the only likely and and possible place it could be announced.
It’s still unknown what this new Sonic animation could be if it’s more of Mania Adventures. Modern Sonic? Or maybe this next series is how they’ll continue/end Sonic Boom. We’ll just have to wait and see, but the new series will no doubt be a form of advertising for the Sonic film releasing next year.
Anyways, what do you guys think about all this? Let me know what you think in the comments below.
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