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Archie Sonic the Hedgehog Issue 95 is the ninety-fifth issue of the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series published by Archie Comics.

Official solicitation

Enemy Mine

A trip to Robotropolis to rescue the roboticized Overlanders baffles Sonic and Bunnie, as many of the Overlanders haven't even been roboticized! Meanwhile, Kodos has gone over the top, affected by radiation, leading Sonic and Bunnie to assist Arachnis in battle against Kodos as they attempt to make their way through the Great Forest. Is Kodos' condition part of a bigger threat? Can Arachnis be trusted? And just what can Robotnik be up to by allowing the Overlanders to exist free of roboticization?

When Destiny Calls

His fellow echidnas might not have the answers to Knuckles' problem, but Athair believes he does. He recruits Tails, along with Merlin Prower, to assist with the solution, leading to the moment many have asked for: the ultimate destiny of Sonic's major domo revealed...

Summary

Enemy Mine

Part One

Part Two

When Destiny Calls

Key Events

  • Kodos, insane, searches for the Sword of Acorns.
  • Bunnie and Sonic attempt to fight Kodos; Uma Arachnis finally stops him.
  • Tails attempts to help Knuckles cope with his Chaos Powers but fails.
  • Athair brings Tails to Merlin Prower.
  • Athair reveals the Ancient Walkers are dying.

Trivia

  • In a letter at the end of Sonic the Hedgehog #200's Sonic-Grams, Mike Pellerito mentioned that Patrick Spaziante hid a secret message in this cover's webs. No further information has been released on the matter. "Spaz" and "Harvo" are written in webbing in the lower right corner of the cover and, according to a post on Bumbleking, the cover may be showing a message of EVE and her different forms (cobra, wasp, robot).[1]
  • In "When Destiny Calls", Tails is referred to as Merlin's "youngest nephew," which would imply that Tails has siblings or cousins.

References

  1. SEGAMew (26 September 2012). Sonic Game Myths That Are Untrue. BumbleKing Comics. Archived from the original on 2 November 2015.

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