Posted by marc July 13, 2016

I feel so bad for kids who grew up after Sonic the Hedgehog was a thing. While the 16-bit games don't seem like much today, the games' breakneck speed was mind-blowing at the time, making Super Mario look like he was limping through stages at a snail's pace. The Blue Blur is celebrating his 25th anniversary this year and Kidrobot have just announced that they're helping to celebrate with a series of Sonic the Hedgehog products. There are no details at the moment, but a blindbox series and some medium or large sized figures seem like a sure bet and some plushies wouldn't sound out of the question. And with Kidrobot's return to the apparel world, we might get a few t-shirts, too. The big question is whether the designs will stay very close to the original character illustrations or if Kidrobot will put their own twist on them!

Check out the amazing Drop Dead x Sonic apparel collection here

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