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Many Hands (real name unknown) were artists for Archie Comics. They penciled two issues of the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its spin-offs. Many Hands also drew an issue for Marvel Comics. While it is possible that this was a single person, the name "Many Hands" implies that it was a pen name used for stories that cycled through multiple creators.
- Sonic the Hedgehog #113 (From the Freedom Fighter Files: "Cry of the Wolf")
- Sonic Super Special #15 ("Naugus Games" - Pencils, Inks)
- Neither story that "Many Hands" worked on have not been republished or available to purchase since their first release. The reason is because the artwork has been considered fairly mediocre, with some pages being fairly inconsistent and even some pages, for the case of Sonic Super Special #15, having nothing but panels of speech bubbles and darkness/snow.
- It is unknown who Many Hands is, gender-wise. It is even possible that many artists used the pen-name, making it likely that more than one artist was behind the work of Many Hands.