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Doris is a character that appears in the Sonic the Comic series published by Fleetway Editions. She is an anthropomorphic sheep and the twin sister of Wallace. Together with her family, she lives in the Plowright Zone.[1]


Doris is the splitting image of her brother. She is a humanoid sheep with white skin, about half as tall as his mother, with fingers and has yellow crimped fur. Her facial features include a low and long muzzle, a flat nose pad, and small black eyes. As attire, she wears a light blue bonnet, a blue long-sleeved shirt with light blue cloth in the shape of an "X" across her torso, and a long light blue shirt.


During one night in their village, Doris and Wallace noticed strange noises and shadows in their village's streets and went to investigate. Peaking out their front door, the two siblings saw the Veg-Heads, vegetable crops mutated into new life forms by toxic waste, and were immediately frighten. This experience traumatized both of them, leaving their eyes bulged, though the two managed to tell their mother that they saw "something weird." The next day, none of the villages believed their story when their mother told it, except from Harry Mole.[1]


According to her mother, Doris was raised well as she "never tell fibs." After seeing the Veg-Heads, Doris underwent a profound change, becoming mute and completely catatonic.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Sonic the Comic #101, "Invasion of the Veg Heads Part 1"