Dingo and Sleet once made contact with Evil Sonic who came to the Underground Zone searching for pieces of the Giant Borg for Robo-Robotnik. Mistaking Evil Sonic for their version of Sonic the Hedgehog, they captured him to take to they’re employer. (SSS: #10)
The two bounty hunters handed Evil Sonic over to Dr. Robotnik. The hedgehog would mistake Dr. Robotnik for Robo-Robotnik and give him all his pieces of the Giant Borg. Dr. Robotnik still sent Evil Sonic away to be roboticized which prompt Dingo and Sleet to drag the angry Evil Sonic away to a cell. (SSS: #10)
Later, Dingo and Sleet would be seen leaving the prison where they locked away Evil Sonic. Dingo asking Sleet if they were getting bonuses for capturing Sonic the Hedgehog. A disguised Sonia and Manic would sneak by the oblivious Dingo to free Evil Sonic, who mistook them for aristocrats. (SSS: #10)
- Both Dingo and Sleet have extreme visual differences between SSS: #10 and the actual Sonic Underground TV show, such as Dingo having green hair in the comic but on the show it's yellow. In the comic, Dingo's teeth are clearly sharp and is much more muscular, while in the show Dingo's teeth were flatter, almost like human teeth.
- In Sonic Underground Dingo had the ability to shapeshift when blasted by Sleet's remote-like device, but this wasn't seen in the comic.
- Dingo and Sleet were both featured in a piece of artwork by Jon Grey that appeared in SSSM #9, along with several other notable henchmen of various incarnations of Dr. Robotnik: the Super Special Sonic Search & Smash Squad, Snively Robotnik, and Orbot and Cubot. The art featured the pair being excluded from a list that apparently includes the others, a nod to Jon Grey's personal dislike of Sonic Underground.