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Archie Sonic the Hedgehog Issue 285 - Mobius Encyclopaedia


ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
(W) Ian Flynn (A) Terry Austin, Diana Skelly (CA) Dan Schoening
"Panic in the Sky," Part Two. Sonic and the Freedom Fighters have faced a crushing defeat at the hands of Dr. Eggman and his entire evil Eggman Empire! Now it becomes a race against time to get back in the fight and save the day! But when Dr. Eggman uses Chip and the power of the Chaos Emeralds, are our heroes already too late? Featuring the second of four connecting covers by comics pro Dan Schoening plus a "Gaia Colossus" variant by the excellent Evan Stanley!

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Sonic the Hedgehog was an American comic book series published by Archie Comics , based on Sega 's video game franchise , and as well as DiC 's 1993 Saturday morning cartoon adaptation of the same name . Following a four issue miniseries, published from 1992 to 1993, the ongoing series Sonic the Hedgehog began with a July 1993 cover date and ended with 290 issues. In June 23, 2008, Guinness World Records formally recognized it as the longest running comic series based on a video game. [1]

Spin-off publications include Sonic Universe , a series that featured stories centered on different side-characters, reaching its 75th issue as of April 2015; Knuckles the Echidna , featuring Knuckles as the main protagonist with help from his friends the Chaotix , which ran for 32 issues; and Sonic X , a comic based on the Japanese anime of the same name, which lasted 40 issues. The series also had two crossovers with Archie's Mega Man comic-book series, based on the Mega Man video games from Capcom .

The final issue of the main series was issue #290, released in December 2016. In January 2017, the series overall experienced an abrupt hiatus without any official disclosure, and on July 19, 2017, the official Sonic the Hedgehog Facebook page announced that, after 24 years, Sega and Archie Comics had concluded their relationship, ending the series. [2] IDW Publishing is set to release a new series of Sonic comics beginning in April 2018, with Ian Flynn reprising his role as lead series writer. [3] [4]

The Sonic the Hedgehog comic debuted in the US as a four-part miniseries ( cover-dated 1992 to Feb. 1993). [5] [6] This was followed up a few months later by the ongoing series Sonic the Hedgehog (July 1993 – December 2016). [7] Numerous one-shot specials and a reprint series followed. [8]

Robotnik meets his demise in the fiftieth issue, erased from existence by his own superweapon. An alternate version of Robotnik from a parallel world becomes the lead antagonist, first introduced as "Robo-Robotnik", but later takes on the name of Dr. Eggman. New antagonists were introduced, including the evil sorcerer Ixis Naugus; Scourge the Hedgehog, Sonic’s evil counterpart from a parallel universe ; and the Dark Egg Legion, a union of other factions like the Iron Dominion and the echidna-led Dark Legion. Game storylines like Sonic Adventure and Sonic Adventure 2 were adapted, introducing Shadow the Hedgehog as a recurring character.

Eggman has a mental breakdown due to his failed attempts to control the planet, allowing Snively and the Iron Queen Regina Ferrum to take over his empire, leading to a lengthy war against the Freedom Fighters. Naugus comes to rule New Mobotropolis as king due to a deal Sally’s father made with him. Eggman returns to power, unleashing the Genesis Wave, altering the world, but Sonic reverses it. Sally sacrifices herself to stop Eggman’s superweapon, the World Roboticizer, and becomes a robot. The Freedom Fighters reform as Team Freedom, Team Fighters, and the Secret Freedom Fighters to combat Eggman and Naugus.

The preview for Sonic the Hedgehog #285 has been released, and things are not looking good for Sonic and his friends. After a multi-pronged assault from Eggman and his allies, the Freedom Fighters are left reeling badly. They’re going to have to get back on their feet soon or the world could become Eggman’s to control!

Speaking which, the good doctor isn’t resting on his laurels after the victory; with his minions still on the case, Eggman now has Chip in his hands, and boy does he have big plans for those powers of his! Read about the fight against the odds for Sonic, and Eggman’s other little surprise, in “Panic in the Sky”: part 2.

Not insulting the artist, but their style is pretty rough looking for the “epic” nature of this arc compared to veteran artists like Steven Butler or James Fry; both of whom I consider did some of the best interior art for the comics when was really into them.

ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
(W) Ian Flynn (A) Terry Austin, Diana Skelly (CA) Dan Schoening
"Panic in the Sky," Part Two. Sonic and the Freedom Fighters have faced a crushing defeat at the hands of Dr. Eggman and his entire evil Eggman Empire! Now it becomes a race against time to get back in the fight and save the day! But when Dr. Eggman uses Chip and the power of the Chaos Emeralds, are our heroes already too late? Featuring the second of four connecting covers by comics pro Dan Schoening plus a "Gaia Colossus" variant by the excellent Evan Stanley!

Custom crafted with by your fellow comic collectors at Mashup Garage.
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ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
(W) Ian Flynn (A) Terry Austin, Diana Skelly (CA) Dan Schoening
"Panic in the Sky," Part Two. Sonic and the Freedom Fighters have faced a crushing defeat at the hands of Dr. Eggman and his entire evil Eggman Empire! Now it becomes a race against time to get back in the fight and save the day! But when Dr. Eggman uses Chip and the power of the Chaos Emeralds, are our heroes already too late? Featuring the second of four connecting covers by comics pro Dan Schoening plus a "Gaia Colossus" variant by the excellent Evan Stanley!

Custom crafted with by your fellow comic collectors at Mashup Garage.
We build good looking webapps.

Sonic the Hedgehog was an American comic book series published by Archie Comics , based on Sega 's video game franchise , and as well as DiC 's 1993 Saturday morning cartoon adaptation of the same name . Following a four issue miniseries, published from 1992 to 1993, the ongoing series Sonic the Hedgehog began with a July 1993 cover date and ended with 290 issues. In June 23, 2008, Guinness World Records formally recognized it as the longest running comic series based on a video game. [1]

Spin-off publications include Sonic Universe , a series that featured stories centered on different side-characters, reaching its 75th issue as of April 2015; Knuckles the Echidna , featuring Knuckles as the main protagonist with help from his friends the Chaotix , which ran for 32 issues; and Sonic X , a comic based on the Japanese anime of the same name, which lasted 40 issues. The series also had two crossovers with Archie's Mega Man comic-book series, based on the Mega Man video games from Capcom .

The final issue of the main series was issue #290, released in December 2016. In January 2017, the series overall experienced an abrupt hiatus without any official disclosure, and on July 19, 2017, the official Sonic the Hedgehog Facebook page announced that, after 24 years, Sega and Archie Comics had concluded their relationship, ending the series. [2] IDW Publishing is set to release a new series of Sonic comics beginning in April 2018, with Ian Flynn reprising his role as lead series writer. [3] [4]

The Sonic the Hedgehog comic debuted in the US as a four-part miniseries ( cover-dated 1992 to Feb. 1993). [5] [6] This was followed up a few months later by the ongoing series Sonic the Hedgehog (July 1993 – December 2016). [7] Numerous one-shot specials and a reprint series followed. [8]

Robotnik meets his demise in the fiftieth issue, erased from existence by his own superweapon. An alternate version of Robotnik from a parallel world becomes the lead antagonist, first introduced as "Robo-Robotnik", but later takes on the name of Dr. Eggman. New antagonists were introduced, including the evil sorcerer Ixis Naugus; Scourge the Hedgehog, Sonic’s evil counterpart from a parallel universe ; and the Dark Egg Legion, a union of other factions like the Iron Dominion and the echidna-led Dark Legion. Game storylines like Sonic Adventure and Sonic Adventure 2 were adapted, introducing Shadow the Hedgehog as a recurring character.

Eggman has a mental breakdown due to his failed attempts to control the planet, allowing Snively and the Iron Queen Regina Ferrum to take over his empire, leading to a lengthy war against the Freedom Fighters. Naugus comes to rule New Mobotropolis as king due to a deal Sally’s father made with him. Eggman returns to power, unleashing the Genesis Wave, altering the world, but Sonic reverses it. Sally sacrifices herself to stop Eggman’s superweapon, the World Roboticizer, and becomes a robot. The Freedom Fighters reform as Team Freedom, Team Fighters, and the Secret Freedom Fighters to combat Eggman and Naugus.


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