Sonic the hedgehog fans 'will be pleased' with character redesign

Sonic the Hedgehog redesign


"He's a good man", Miller continued. The design of Sonic did not go down well at all, you literally couldn't move on the internet without seeing a meme or a good old fashioned moan. The fans have a voice in this too. It was exactly the right way to handle that. Some fans won't agree with me, but I think Jim Carey looks great as Robotnik / Eggman and he should bring his classic style to the role.

"I think fans will be pleased", Miller told Variety.

Regardless, Tim Miller and company are righting those wrongs, and he's teasing that the new look for Sonic will make the fans happy. "There's a right way to listen", he added. One can assume that we'll eventually get a new trailer featuring the new Sonic. Fans immediately flooded social media to complain - not about the flick itself, but about the title character's design, which featured such bizarrely human traits as ripped calves and, well, teeth that simply can't be unseen. Don't get me wrong: the original look was awful. After the trailer hit the web, the backlash was almost instantaneous.

After fan anticipation was seemingly through the roof, people began to be concerned when leaked images showed a hyper-realistic blue hedgehog character that didn't resemble the video game counterpart in the least. And yet, when the movie opened, all of those complaints dropped away, and audiences seemed 100% on board with the character's appearance.

There's no word yet of when the redesign of Sonic will be revealed, or when we'll be getting a revised trailer. But a door has been opened now, and there's no way to close it.

Sonic the Hedgehog, a couple of cop within the rural city of Inexperienced Hills who helps Sonic escape from authorities brokers searching for to trace him down for functions that I guess are nefarious, is now slated to return out on February 14, 2020.

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