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Archie Sonic the Hedgehog Issue 92 is the ninety-second issue of the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series published by Archie Comics.

Official solicitation

The Wrath of Khan

The Wrath Of Khan! Monkey Khan, that is. The cyborg-simian created by Doctor Robotnik returns, and this time the furry fury's got it in for his maker and all Overlanders in general. In an ironic twist, Sonic goes from protecting the newly arrived Overlanders from the Eggman last issue, to defending them against Monkey Khan this issue! If he doesn't they might go running scared into Robotnik's clutches after all.


And in the backstory, "Premonition," is the Sonic Shuffle tie-in.


Key events


Khan: "I have had enough of you!"
Sonic: "Well, I've had enough of 'pokemon' but you don't see me complanin'!"


  • The quotes "I have had enough of you!" and "KHAAAAAN!" are both references to the 1982 Sci-fi film, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Bot respective lines are used by the main protagonist, James T. Kirk.
  • In "Premonition", Sonic is given a bracelet. The item's function was never explained.
  • This the last issue to be published on a monthly schedule; starting with Sonic the Hedgehog #93, the series was published every fourth week.
  • Michael Higgins, who did the pencil art for "The Wrath of Khan", was heavily criticized for copying artwork by other artists several times throughout this story.[1]
  • Sonic's line, "Well I've had enough of Pokémon, but you don't see me complainin!" is a reference to the Pokémon franchise.
  • Eggman calls his Badniks "Protectobots" when trying to fool the Overlanders. This is also the name of a group of Autobots in the Transformers franchise.
  • Amy is mistakenly colored lavender on the last page of "Premonition".


  1. BlueFantasy (10 March 2007). Worst copying ever? (warning: image heavy). BumbleKing Comics. Archived from the original on 2 November 2015.
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