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Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom

The dazzling sequel to SEGA’s hit endless runner, SONIC DASH. Featuring the cast and world of the new TV series, SONIC BOOM!

New and amazing 3D worlds, challenges and game play. Play as Sonic the Hedgehog, Tails, Amy, Knuckles, and Sonic’s new friend, Sticks. Let’s do this!

- RACE with up to three characters in new Team Play mode! Swap runners mid-race to earn high scores!
- UNLEASH new special powers - Sonic’s Dash Ring Magnet, Knuckle’s Slam, Amy’s Ring Hammer, and more
- CONQUER new obstacles and Badniks
- DASH on new fast-paced tracks in and above the beautiful Sonic Boom world
- MASTER new Swing & Tilt gameplay with the super charged Enerbeam; tilt your device to swing the runner towards the Rings and Orbs
- COLLECT, evolve, and run with new magical Sprites
- EARN special prizes in new Events and Daily SEGA Challenges!

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Shadow the Hedgehog (Sonic Boom)

Shadow the Hedgehog
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Gender: Male
Type: Hedgy Edgelord
Age: 50+ (Physically 15)
Species: Hedgehog
Portrayed by: Kirk Thornton
Status: Alive
Media of Origin: Sonic Boom

Shadow the Hedgehog (Sonic Boom) is a major antagonist in the Sonic Boom spin-off franchise, serving as a supporting antagonist in Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric, an anti-hero in Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal and a recurring antagonist in the television series. He is the rival of Sonic the Hedgehog, who seeks to prove his superiority over him in every way. He is also notably darker and edgier than his mainstream counterpart, and has shown to be more of a villain than an anti-hero.

Why He's Not The Coolest

NOTE: This only applies to his Sonic Boom incarnation. Not his video game counterpart.

  1. Unlike the other characters in the show, Shadow's change of personality isn't made in a way that makes him lovably funny. Instead of being the same likable Tragic hero that has a sympathizing backstory and a huge goal of protecting the Earth in the main Sonic series, he's portrayed as a bland, evil, generic, and shallow bully with little to no backstory or reason behind his cruel behavior, and he is also needlessly portrayed as a one-dimensional comedically serious villain.
  2. He hardly has a single bit of motivation to anything he does or will do, making him completely depthless.
  3. He became even edgier. While the Shadow from the main series was edgy, it wasn't ever exaggerated.
  4. He practically has no character development.
  5. He antagonizes Sonic and his friends for really no good given reason, making him look like nothing but a nuisance.
  6. He was just meant to appeal to kids without the dark subject matter.
  7. His voice is also bland and generic which wasted the talents of Kirk Thornton. Shadow sounds more like Vegeta, except Vegeta is actually a lot better.
  8. The stuff he usually does has often little to no importance to the main plot. Which makes him look like an unnecessary character.  
  9. In Eggman: The Video Game Part 2: The End of the World, he tried to destroy the planet all because Dr. Eggman tricked him multiple times,which is just more evidence that all the stuff he plans to do and his reasons for his plans are forced and completely poorly written.
  10. He is incredibly shallow, and has a huge lack of common sense. Like in Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric where he states Sonic is weak because of his reliance on his friends. This is strange, seeing as the Shadow from the main series has people that he wouldconsider his friends. 

The Only Redeeming Qualities

  1. His redesign is pretty cool for the most part.
  2. Considering he always loses to Team Sonic (his comeuppance, if you will), it can be argued he's not a Karma Houdini in the slightest.
  3. "Your shoddy craftsmanship brings shame on all hedgehog kind. And for that, you shall perish."
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"Your shotty craftsmanship brings shame to all hedgehog kind, and for that you shall perish"

You guessed it, today I'll be talking about Shadow The Hedgehog in the Boom Universe today, let's begin shall we? I will be specifically talking about Shadow in the Sonic Boom TV Show, not the games.

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Our Boom version of Shadow made his first appearance in the season finale of season 1. Eggman invites him to join his Team of villains, but Shadow refuses. When Eggman's Team begins their plan against Sonic and Co, Shadow mocks Eggman on how he had all this help and still couldn't defeat Sonic. You can go watch the episode yourself, I'm not going to sit here and summarize it for you.

Ever since then he hasn't appeared in any other episode except the recent Season 2 Finale(s). I hope they aren't just going to have him on the show just to use him only for Season Finales, that would be lame.

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Boom Shadow's character seems to be quite similar to his regular counterpart. He's still Sonic's best rival and lives by his own rules. He shows his famous aggressive attitude and power as well. However it seems like this is basically the ONLY thing about his character, as far as I've seen. Since the whole Maria tragic backstory isn't in the Sonic Boom Universe, Shadow acts like a relentless and savage character. He seems to only pursue vengeance and revenge.

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Shadow's Role In The TV Show

Although slightly different to the original, Boom Shadow has the same purpose. He is still Sonic's rival and is always able to make a good fight with him a couple of times. I can't really say anything else, mostly because he's only been in about 3-4 episodes in this whole TV show. It seems like his only purpose is to be used at a Season Finale to "spice" things up so people can get excited for the next Season, I guess?

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His Powers & Abilities

Shadow has been shown using his classic powers he has used before, except any of his Chaos moves. He performs a similar Spindash attack like Sonic does in the show. He's also able to teleport without the use of a Chaos Emerald as well. Shadow is shown to be a force not to be messed with, but other times he can look too OP. In the Finale of Season 2, he completely throws hands on Sonic and Friends and mops the floor with them, bruises and all.

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And that was my quick little Analysis Blog on Boom Shadow. I haven't blogged/posted in a while so sorry if this blog was a little short, I was taking a break from blogging over the Winter Break. I hope you enjoyed this blog regardless^^



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Shadow the Hedgehog

The Ultimate Life Form


Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric


Member of Team Eggman (formerly)

Powers / Skills

Superhuman strength

Superhuman stamina
Superhuman speed
Superhuman agility
Superhuman endurance
Superhuman jump
Extremely high reflexes
High combat proficiency
Martial arts
Proficient Enerbeam wielding
Inhibitor rings
Chaos-based powers
Combat proficiency
Genius intellect


Fighting Sonic.

Seeking revenge.
Insulting Dr. Eggman.


Destroy and prove he is superior to Sonic the Hedgehog (ongoing).

Prevent Sonic the Hedgehog from travelling to the past (Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric, failed).
Get revenge on Lyric for brainwashing him (Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal, succeeded).
Destroy all life in the multiverse (failed).



Mass murder
Attempted genocide

Type of Villain

On & Off Rival

Saving the world? You? Don't make me laugh. You're weak. And you know what makes you weak? Your loyalty to your pathetic friends. You're not going through that portal...I'm gonna show you just how weak you are!
~ Shadow before his fight in Rise of Lyric.
Your shoddy craftsmanship brings shame on all hedgehogkind. And for that, you shall perish.
~ Shadow arrogantly claims that Sonic's existence is an insult to their species.

Shadow the Hedgehog is a major antagonist in the Sonic Boom spinoff franchise, serving as a supporting antagonist in Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric, in Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal and a recurring antagonist in the television series, serving as the main antagonist of the last two episodes. He is the rival of Sonic the Hedgehog, who seeks to prove his superiority over him in every way. He is also notably darker and more evil than his mainstream counterpart.

He is voiced by Kirk Thornton in the English version, and by Kōji Yusa in the Japanese version.

In the Games

Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric

Shadow is first seen silently watching Dr. Eggman and Metal Sonic from a distance at Lyric's tomb, which Team Sonic had been trapped inside, before leaving. Much later into the game, Shadow confronts Sonic and Tails at the Abandoned Research Facility, refusing to let them use a portal to travel to the past so they could save the world from Lyric, engaging them in combat.

In the first phase of his battle, Shadow attacks by charging at Sonic and Tails while glowing with energy, and then firing numerous energy blasts, which leave him open for attack. After this, Sonic pushes Shadow through the portal, which, due to not being calibrated, takes their battle to the Ice Age. For the second phase of the fight, Shadow repeats his attack pattern, yet adds the attack of tossing his Chaos Spears across the battle field. Once low on health, Shadow kicks Tails through the portal, taking them to Prehistoric times. This time, Shadow adds his teleportation and Chaos Blast to his attacks, and his Chaos Spears now explode.

Shadow is then defeated by Sonic, who kicks him through the portal to the "near future", which is later revealed to be after Team Sonic defeats Lyric. Shadow, although prepared to fight again, gives Team Sonic his approval upon seeing the defeated Lyric, and walks away, chuckling.

Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal

Prior to the game, Shadow caught Lyric while he was evacuating an area. While not objecting to Lyric's dark sense of justice when he brought up seizing the Lost Crystal of Power, Shadow openly refused to work for Lyric, resulting in the snake taking control of him with a mind control device.

When Team Sonic arrives in Shadow Canyons, they spot Shadow, who runs off. Team Sonic goes after Shadow, who then confronts them in a race. Sonic knocks Shadow unconscious, and when he wakes up, he is freed from Lyric's mind control device. As Tails analyzes the Mind Control device, a hologram of Lyric appears and warns Team Sonic not to cross him, and Shadow threatens Lyric to come face him. Lyric refuses, and Shadow leaves to chase after Lyric on his own.

Towards the end of the game, Shadow finds Lyric as he is about to destroy Team Sonic with his cannon, and disables his weapon. Shadow then kicks Lyric out of a trapdoor that Sonic opened, sending him to his death. While Team Sonic agrees that their teamwork made a difference, Shadow laughs and calls them pathetic before leaving, noting that he is Sonic's superior.

In the TV Series

Season 1

In "It Takes A Village To Defeat A Hedgehog", Shadow is invited to join Team Eggman, and does so out of the desire to destroy Sonic. When he arrives, Eggman immediately begins sucking up to Shadow, holding him in very high regards and remarking that he's "the second most popular character in the entire canon". However, once Eggman forces the villains to perform team building exercises, Shadow refuses to participate and teleports away, annoyed, stating that the only ability any of the villains have is wasting time.

Later, when Sonic begins to fight off Eggman, Shadow knocks him to the ground and calls out Eggman for being incapable of beating Sonic, even with lots of help. While Shadow and Sonic duel, Eggman becomes excited at the idea of Shadow actually joining his team, and follows their battle. Shadow unintentionally destroys the cabinet that Team Sonic had been working on all day, and states that Sonic's shoddy craftsmanship brings shame to all hedgehogs, and that he will perish for it. True to his words, Shadow knocks Sonic into the air and smashes him back into the ground. However, Eggman idiotically blinds Shadow using his camera's flash, allowing Sonic to recover and knock Shadow down. Enraged, Shadow berates Eggman for his incompetence and tells Sonic that they will fight again, but on his terms, before teleporting away.

Season 2

In "Where Have All the Sonics Gone?", Morpho changes into Shadow while displaying his shapeshifting abilities.

In "Eggman the Videogame: Part 1", in order to get good motion capture footage of someone who can fight Team Sonic for his new videogame, Eggman finds Shadow and requests him to team up to fight Sonic. However, Shadow refuses, not wanting to work with Eggman again after last time. Because of this, Eggman approaches Sonic and tries to record him insulting Shadow, although Sonic doesn't say anything bad about him, forcing Eggman to manipulate the footage to convince Shadow that Sonic was trash-talking him. Enraged, Shadow attacks the village and defeats Knuckles, Tails, Amy and Sticks, all while Eggman gleefully records it. Sonic then arrives, and Shadow knocks him through three palm trees and a wall, asking him is he has any last words.

In "Eggman the Videogame: Part 2", Sonic throws Shadow off of his guard by saying the phrase "Volcano Wonder Pants" and continues to fight with him. Soon enough, Eggman becomes content with his footage and heads back to his lair to program his game, leaving Sonic and Shadow to continue fighting. Unbeknownst to Eggman, Sonic made Shadow realize that Eggman had manipulated the footage he recorded, and Shadow heads to his lair to make him pay for manipulating him, not wanting him to make him look like an idiot. Shadow attempts to break into Eggman's lair, although the lair's teleportation guard keep him out. As Shadow begins to break down the door, Eggman retreats, leaving Orbot and Cubot to stall him, although Shadow merely destroys them and chases after Eggman using his rocket-propelled shoes.

In order to get away from Shadow, Eggman, using Morpho's portal gun, transports himself to an alternate dimension, where he tricks Lord Eggman into taking his place. After being tackled by Shadow, Lord Eggman realizes that he had been tricked, and allows Sonic and Shadow to go to his dimension using his portal gun. Back in Lord Eggman's dimension, Eggman unleashes Metal Sonic on Sonic and Shadow, who he had upgraded using the footage he recorded. Sonic and Shadow fight Metal Sonic to a standstill, causing Eggman to fire a rocket at them, which knocks the portal gun out of his Eggmobile and causes it to create a portal that sends them all back to their dimension. Back in their regular dimension, Sonic and Shadow continue fighting with Metal Sonic and Eggman, Metal Sonic eventually gaining the upper hand and blasting Shadow into a rooftop, taking him out of the fight.

Once Metal Sonic is defeated, Shadow tells Team Sonic that he is no longer satisfied with only getting revenge on Eggman, but now wants revenge on the entire universe, revealing that he had kidnapped and placed Lord and Doctor Eggman in a secret location. Tails states that, if the two Eggmans are in the same dimension for long enough, they could cause a catastrophic anomaly that could destroy the universe, and Shadow reveals that that is his intention before teleporting away. However, Team Sonic manages to find the Eggmans in Shadow's cave and send Lord Eggman back to his dimension, saving the universe and foiling Shadow's plan. Shadow teleports to his cave and tells Sonic that, while he isn't impressed with the results, he is impressed with him for saving the universe. Once again, Shadow states that he will return, only on his terms.


Shadow is a very cold outsider. He comes off as arrogant, ruthless and uncaring, believing that he is superior to others, especially Sonic, and will let nothing stand in the way of his goals, whatever they may be. He secretly envies Sonic. Aggressive to the extreme, he is perfectly willing and able to kill or otherwise seriously injure his foes. He also believes that justice (or at least his justice) must be delivered at any cost. Despite how brutal he can be, Shadow still usually holds a calm and collected attitude and sticks firmly to his goals, never resting until they are fulfilled.

Shadow is also fiercely independent. He openly despises working with others, whether they are on his side or not, and does not like collaboration unless it works towards his own goals. This is best seen in "It Takes a Village To Defeat A Hedgehog", where Shadow was willing to work with Team Eggman to fight Sonic, yet abandoned the group when he deemed them weak and incapable (although, ironically, their teamwork and collaboration was relatively efficient when they attacked Team Sonic). As a true testimate to his rogue-attitude, Shadow (or at least in Rise of Lyric) believes that friendship is a weakness that holds others back and makes them weak, and chooses to seclude himself from others to avoid this. As per his reasoning of hating friendship, Shadow is a large Social Darwinist, although he will compliment or at least acknowledge strength when he sees it. He also has no patience for jokes or foolishness and no problem with voicing his distaste of and criticizing others.

One of his most notable traits, Shadow is an incredibly vengeful person. If somebody, like Lyric, Eggman or Sonic, wrongs him, he will relentlessly track them down and seek to get revenge for what ever they did. Shadow will give absolute punishment to anyone over anything, minor or major, and will expand his vengeance to include people who did nothing to him, like Orbot, Cubot and the rest of Team Sonic. The most extreme case of this is shown in the aforementioned "Eggman the Videogame: Part 2", in which he decides to destroy the entire universe after being repeatedly tricked by Eggman. He thinks his universe is pathetic.

Powers and Abilities

  • Enhanced Physiology: Shadow has access to a variety of different enhanced abilities.
    • Super Speed: Shadow's most prominent ability, he is one of the fastest characters in the Sonic Boom universe. While it is unknown just how fast he can go, he is almost, if not just as fast as Sonic. At the least, he is apparently fast enough to kidnap Doctor and Lord Eggman, tie them up, take them to his cave across the island and return to the village without anyone even noticing that he had left.
    • Superhuman Strength: Shadow, while not as strong as someone like Knuckles, is capable of great feats of strength, like punching Sonic numerous feet into the air and then kicking him down with enough force to create a crater, or knocking him through several trees and a stone wall.
    • Superhuman Stamina: Shadow rarely ever shows signs of tiring when running or when in combat for an extended period of time.
    • Superhuman Endurance: Shadow can endure a lot of punishment, getting right back up after being knocked into a house by Sonic's spindash or falling from high heights unscathed. Possibly his greatest feat of durability was taking a blast from Metal Sonic, which also blasted his through a roof, and presumably getting right back up.
    • High Reflexes: Shadow can react to attacks as quick as they come, dodging numerous punches from Knuckles and a swing of Amy's hammer approaching him from the back.
  • Chaos Powers: Shadow has a variety of "Chaos" attacks he can use.
    • Energy Blasts: Shadow can fire several energy blasts that home in on his opponents.
    • Chaos Spear: Shadow scatters numerous spears into the ground, which damage Sonic upon contact. Additionally, the spears can also explode.
    • Chaos Blast: Shadow unleashes a massive wave of Chaos energy that surrounds the arena, although doing so notably tires him out.
  • Teleportation: A frequently used ability of his, Shadow can teleport great or short distances. He notably uses this ability to enhance his fighting skills and make it harder for someone to fight him in return, evading their attacks and countering or simply confusing and tiring them out. In the TV Series, whenever he teleports, he also leaves behind a small cloud of grey smoke.
  • Flight: Shadow wears a pair of specialized shoes, which he can uses to produce fire to achieve midair hovering and flight.


  • In many ways, Shadow's personality and character can be considered to be a parody of his original counterpart's, particularly in the Sonic Boom TV Series.
  • According to Alan Denton, during the writing process of Sonic Boom's first season, it was decided that Shadow would not be included, as he would have to be used in a way that didn't make him look stupid or goofy. After a lot of work, he was included in "It Takes A Village To Defeat A Hedgehog".
  • In the Japanese version of Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric, it was revealed that Shadow was being controlled by Lyric through a mind control chip in his head. It is unknown why this was not present in any other version of the game.
    • Ironically, many critics and fans alike complained about Shadow's role in the game and lack of motivation for wanting to intercept Sonic, and the idea of him being mind controlled by Lyric would have made both factors apparent.
  • Because of his more aggressive personality compared to his original counterpart, Shadow's characterization is often criticized in both the Sonic Boom games and the TV show, due to a lack of an origin story and character development and being an outright villain rather than an anti-hero like in the mainstream series.
  • Filmmaker Junko Miyamoto claims Shadow as her favorite character in the show, the only reason she watches it, and "how to do a teenaged villain correctly." She has done a few fanmade Sonic Boom episodes with Team Sonic and Shadow as the sole characters; as well as an unofficial spinoff series of shorts with Shadow as the main character, in which he does several villainous acts. She shows these shorts at film festivals.
  • Shadow is the only antagonist in the TV show to succeed in defeating not only just Sonic, but all of his friends. He has actually beaten Sonic twice, with the only fight Shadow lost to Sonic in the show being due to outside interference (which neither Sonic nor his friends were part of or responsible for).
  • The authors says, that he's 50 years old.

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