No recent wiki edits to this page. He first met Sonic on West Side Island. Tails watched sonic as he ran around and span mesmerized he followed the blue hedgehog.
Tails also appears in his own spin-off series, comic books , cartoons , and films. He is the second character to consistently appear by Sonic's side in the series. The name "Miles Prower" is a pun on " miles per hour ", a reference to the famed speed of Sonic the Hedgehog. He is a two-tailed fox  hence the nickname. A mechanical genius and skilled pilot,  he is able to fly due to his two tails being able to rotate and can be seen flying in multiple games and TV shows created by SEGA. Tails was rated the third most popular character in the franchise, behind Sonic and Shadow , in an official poll from Sega in Yasushi Yamaguchi , originally the main artist and zone designer for Sega 's Sonic Team , designed Tails for an internal competition for a sidekick to the speedy hedgehog. The character was based on a native folklore fox ,  a creature from Japanese folklore that could over time grow multiple tails. The character was also meant to hold a "deep admiration for Sonic.
Miles "Tails" Prower, art by Richard Elson. Miles Prower or Tails to his friends is a two-tailed fox from the Nameless Zone , a Zone hidden to the rest of Mobius. An almost ever-present character and a firm fan-favourite, Tails has appeared in almost all of the issues of Sonic the Comic ever since his debut in Issue 2. Tails grew up in the Nameless Zone , a place unknown to all but foxes and goblins. Little is known about his childhood or his immediate family, but it is believed to have been quite uneventful - until the day he learned how to fly. Frequently bullied by Witless Chris for having one more tail than everybody else, he found himself having to save his tormentor when Chris was kidnapped by goblin bats. Unfortunately, Tails failed to see an oncoming drop and plummeted towards his death. Somehow, his two tails began to spin in the freefall and he began to fly, giving him the opportunity to avoid an early grave and to save Chris.
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