Collin the Speedy Boy is a action-adventure game series developed by Warner Bros. Entertainment in 1993. Sega sued Warner Bros. because they thought it was a ripoff of Sonic the Hedgehog. However, Sega later lost the suit and later teamed up to include Sonic characters in some CTSB crossover games. The film adaption was released on Feburary 7, 2020 and was a critical and commercial success.

Every CTSB games are developed by Konami (1993-1999), Eurocom (2001-2012, except for Flappy: The Protector of AnimalWorld, which was developed by Rare), Warner Bros. Games (2012-present) and Avalanche Software (2017-present)


When a Teary eyed destroys Alabama, a teenager named Collin and his friends forms a team called The Speed of Light in order to fight the Teary Eyeds and the Elefishes with the help of the fingers and a talking opossum.



Old logo from 1993-2008

After being influenced by Nintendo's Super Mario Bros. back in 1988, Warner Bros. wanted to make their own game series. Planning of what their game series should look like lasted for 3 years till 1991, after seeing SEGA's Sonic the Hedgehog. After seeing it, Warner Bros. came up with a idea that is a mix of Sonic and The Flash, but they try their best not to ripoff Sonic.



Classic EraEdit

  1. Collin the Speedy Boy (1993)
  2. Collin the Speedy Boy 2 (1995)
  3. Collin's Game Gear Journey (1996, Game Gear) (rated K-A)
  4. Collin: The Island of The Bots (1997, Sega Saturn and PlayStation, includes Collin the Speedy Boy and its sequel game, but it is emulated on PC) (rated K-A)
  5. Collin and The Swift of Light (1998, PlayStation and PC, last game to be a 2D platformer until 2017) (Rated E for Everyone for Animated Violence)
  6. Baylee (1999, Nintendo 64 and Game Boy Color, final game under the classic era) (rated E for Everyone for Animated Violence) (Final game being developed by Konami)


Modern EraEdit

  1. Collin the Speedy Boy 3D: The FingerTown Problem (January 2001, PlayStation, N64, Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, GameCube and PC, first game under the modern era and along with Baylee's Maze Adventure, the first time that two CtSB games are released the same year. A GameCube and PlayStation 2 version were released a year later) (First game developed by Eurocom)
  2. Baylee's Maze Adventure (August 2001, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox, PlayStation 2 and PC, sequel to Baylee)
  3. Flappy: The Protector of AnimalWorld (March 2002, Nintendo GameCube, only CTSB project to be produced by Rare, under Rareware during that time)
  4. Collin the Speedy Boy: The Tale of Shadow (June 2003, Nintendo Gamecube, Xbox, PlayStation 2 and PC, collaboration between Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Eurocom and Vivendi Universal)
  5. Collin: Team Up (December 2003, GameCube, Xbox, PlayStation 2 and PC) (Last game with old voice casts)
  6. Kristina: The Great Rescue (July 2005, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox, and PlayStation 2, first game to be rated E10+) (First game with current casts)
  7. Collin the Speedy Boy Legends: Legend of the Radiant Crystal (October 2006, PlayStation Portable and Nintendo DS, first CTSB RPG game)
  8. Collin: X-Treme Sports
  9. TBA
  10. TBA (Final game developed by Eurocom before its closure on 2012)
  11. Collin: The Unexplored World (August 2013)
  12. Collin All-Stars Speedy Racing (November 2013, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Wii U, Microsoft Windows, Mac, 3DS and Vita, first CTSB Racing game)
  13. Collin: X-Treme Sports Charged
  14. Untitled Kristina sequel (May 2016) (Wii U, 3DS, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Vita and Mac)
  15. Collin: Forward to the Past (October 2017, first CTSB Game to be a 2D Platformer since the 1998 game)
  16. Collin: X-Treme Sports Reloaded
  17. Collin the Speedy Boy: Battles at the End (October 2018)
  18. Collin: Reloaded (March 2019) (first CTSB game to be rated T for Teen)



  • Collin the Speedy Boy 3D (March 2017) (Nintendo Switch, remake to the original game) (First game to be developed by Avalanche Software)

Crossover gamesEdit

CTSB characters are playable in crossover games like Super Smash Bros. Maximum, Warner Bros. Infinity and its sequels. In addition, CTSB would be also one of the franchises representing in Warner Bros. VS. Sega with Collin and Stacie being playable and this game uses the same game engine from NetherRralm Studios' fighting games such as Injustice 2.

Collin, Bryte, Goof, Flappy, Lagan and Stacie are one of the playable characters on the Sonic Riders-styled racing game, Warner Bros. Racers. In addition to those, there is a mash-up pack of CTSB for Minecraft Console Editions.

More games soon..

Television seriesEdit

  1. Collin the Speedy Boy (1995-1999)
  2. Collin the Speedy Boy Chronicles (2003-2007)
  3. The Chronicles of Collin the Speedy Boy (2017-2021)
  4. Collin the Speedy Boy: At All Speed (2021-present)


Direct to video/made for TVEdit



Books Edit


Link: Collin the Speedy Boy (comic book series)

Archie Comics had the rights to adapt CTSB to a comic series.

Cancelled projectsEdit

Collin the Speedy Boy/Cancelled projects


  • Collin Brady (now known as Collin the Speedy Boy) / Super Collin / Perfect Collin
  • Wesley Ledlow (now known as The Wesdragon)
  • Trent Wright
  • Stacie Aday (now known as Stacie the Speedy Girl) / Super Stacie
  • Tommy the Opossum
  • Jasmine "Jasmyne" Nicole Todd (Collin's girlfriend)
  • Elisha the Speedy Girl / Super Elisha
  • Haley Malone
  • Kerigan Mardis
  • Hannah Morgan
  • Halie Seymour
  • Mattie Gargis
  • Kristina Austin
  • Aaron Duncan
  • Nancy Samano
  • Lagan Fuller
  • Baylee Mardis
  • Delaney Zeedar
  • Kaitlyn Wood


  • GoofFinger
  • CheeFinger
  • MacaroniFinger
  • IceFinger
  • Flappy McFinger
  • Razor McFinger
  • Lil' Swampy
  • VoodooFinger
  • AnimalFinger
  • Fang Suckle (evil, works with the Teary Eyeds and the elefish)

Teary EyedsEdit

  • Teary Eyed Bryte
  • Buck
  • Eddie
  • Fredrick
  • Eli
  • Bob
  • Kenny
  • Wild


  • Hootloth (Owl/sloth)
  • Hifox (Hippo/fox)
  • Skunkeet (Skunk/parakeet)
  • Platydragonsaur (Platypus/dragon/dinosaur)
  • Bog (Bear/dog)
  • Elefish (Elephant/fish)
  • Catavulture (Cat/giant vulture)
  • Hippopotamus
  • Bat
  • Cat
  • Dog
  • Weasel
  • Opossum
  • Elephant
  • Rabbit
  • Bears
  • Black Bears
  • Polar Bears (Mostly in Ice's home)
  • Panda Bears
  • Hedgehogs
  • Flying-squirrel
  • Giant armadillo
  • Armadillo
  • Silky anteater
  • Anteater
  • Giant anteater
  • Kangaroo
  • Penguin
  • Snakes (Python, rattlesnake and non-poisonous)
  • Sea lion
  • Sea otter
  • Seal
  • Walrus
  • Birds
  • Squirrel
  • Pig
  • Bull
  • Cow
  • Chipmunk
  • Finger monkeys
  • Sloths (Phygramy)
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex
  • Apatosaurus
  • Ankylosaurus
  • Branchisaurus
  • Velociraptor
  • Triceratops
  • Pterodactyl
  • Stegosaurus
  • Mosasaurus
  • Parasaurolophus
  • Allosaurus
  • Dilophsaurus
  • Gigantanosaurus
  • Troodon
  • Spinosaurus
  • Brontosaurus
  • Nytcosaurus
  • Pterdaustro
  • Iguanodon
  • Utahraptor
  • Yi

The Food GirlsEdit


  • Snnizerker (beetle-like enemies)
  • Bites (Piranha plants-like enemies)
  • Elefishes
  • Vampire Elefishes
  • Wolf Elefishes
  • Crocofishes
  • Dr. Soupcan (also a boss)
  • Policemen Elefishes
  • Dragons
  • Police Bites
  • Pharaoh Humicons (Velociraptor-like mummies)
  • Death Claw (Bear-cyborg-like enemies)
  • Spiders
  • Cyborg Spiders

Noticeable AnimalsEdit

Dinosaurs Edit

  • Sharp, Dr. Soupcan (Tyransaurus Rex)
  • Gurkha, Phil, Master of Speed (deceased) (Velcoiraptors)
  • Carlos (Triceratops)
  • Auto, Smore and Flip (Troodons)
  • Captain Phineas (Utahraptor)

Any Noticeable dinosaur ideas?


  • Many of the Elefishes
  • Lickety Spit (Giant anteater)
  • Tommy (Opossum)
  • Sue (Flying squirrel)
  • Silky (Silky anteater)
  • Rolly (Giant armadillo)
  • Snake Blake (Snake)

Any Noticeable animal ideas?

More soon...




  • The saga will be incapable of breaking the fourth wall.
  • If the saga succeeds, the saga may have a feature film soon.
  • Sometime in 1998, Sega sued Warner Bros. when they thought Warner Bros ripped off Sonic, however, that company lost the suit, and as a result, WB continued producing Collin games.
  • There was a joke made by one of the CTSB directors of an M-rated Conker or Rockstar Games-styled CTSB game. (Don't worry, there will be no M-rated CTSB game.)
    • Aside from that, Rockstar Games stated if they were to make a CTSB, they have to keep it cartoony instead of realistic like their own games and make it more family-friendly, like other CTSB games through they're planning to add their own features from their own games, as they franchise wouldn't want to suffer the uncanny valley.
  • Although the modern designs were introduced in 2000, those weren't used until 2001.
    • Also, the items' new designs weren't used until 2008 despite the characters' design change in 2001.


Collin the Speedy Boy/Merchandise




LEGO ThemeEdit

Main Article: LEGO Collin the Speedy Boy


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Names in other languagesEdit

  • Japanese: コリン迅速な少年
  • Chinese: 科林迅速的男孩
  • Korean: 콜린 빠른 소년
  • German: Der schnelle junge Collin (titled Fingers in films)
  • Spanish: Collin el Nino Veloz
  • French: Collin Boy Speedy

Spin-off franchisesEdit