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This character exists primarily or exclusively within the Sonic the Comic continuity.
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Citizen Two (real name unknown) is a character that appears in the Sonic the Comic series published by Fleetway Editions. He is an anthropomorphic badger that was trapped in Perfection and turned into a mindless drone in service to Citizen One until Sonic the Hedgehog saved him.

Appearance

Citizen Two is an anthropomorphic badger with black and white fur and black eyes. His attire consists of a yellow jacket, a black shirt underneath with a giant red number two on it, grey pants, and white shoes.

History

Brought to Perfection, Citizen Two was brainwashed by Citizen One into losing his identity so he would happily obey Citizen One's strict rules in the Zone and keep him company.[1][2] Citizen Two spent his time counting the clouds and watching the grass grow until Sonic the Hedgehog arrived in Perfection.[1][2] Citizen Two attempted to make Sonic's arrival pleasant, introducing him to the Zone and his new uniform. Sonic attempted to escape but Citizen Two told him to relax, revealing he was one of the missing people Sonic had been searching for. After Sonic got incapacitated while looking around, Citizen Two had him brainwashed upon Citizen One's order.[1]

With Sonic seemingly now a member of Perfection, Citizen Two took him on a tour of the Zone until he realized Sonic faked being brainwashed. As Sonic attempted escape, Citizen Two was reluctant to leave Perfection with him, pointing out that a force-field prevented escape. Sonic's attempt to break through, however, revealed to Citizen Two (despite his disbelief) that Perfection was a solid hologram and that Citizen One was a lonely computer program. Citizen Two was later free to leave Perfection after Sonic convinced Citizen One to make a Zone people would willingly go to[2]

Personality

Citizen Two's true personality is left unknown due to being brainwashed. When brainwashed, he was very happy with living in Citizen One's world, and held the aforementioned being in high admiration, believing that he was unworthy to even look at him.[2]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Sonic the Comic #106, "Zero Zone, Part 1"
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Sonic the Comic #107, "Zero Zone, Part 2"

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