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This location exists primarily or exclusively within the Sonic the Comic continuity.
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The Museum of Arty Art is a location that appears in the Sonic the Comic series published by Fleetway Editions. It is an art gallery in the Eldorado Zone. Its curator is stuffy, middle-aged bear with half-moon glasses and wild, grey hair. The museum also has an aardvark security guard/cleaner.

History

Loot the Treasure Seeker stole several priceless pieces of art from the museum by using his invisibility. He sneaked inside the museum invisible during opening hours, obscured the security cameras with a sock, stole the artworks at night, then left when the curator opened up the following morning. After the Bronze Monkey was stolen, the curator contacted private detective Harry Mole and then, when Harry was also unable to solve the crime, Tails. The following night they locked up the museum, but were surprised when Loot the Treasure Seeker appeared inside. Loot stole the Golden Handshake statue, then became invisible again. Believing that he had the power to teleport, the heroes rushed outside, inadvertantly letting Loot out. Nevertheless, Tails eventually realised Loot's trick. Loot was apprehended and the museum's exibits returned.[1]

Artwork

The Museum of Arty Art contains numerous parodies of famous, real world paitings. These include:

Other paintings in the museum include a portrait of a dog in a coolie hat, some landscapes, the cover of Sonic the Comic #1, an abstract portrait of Sonic the Hedgehog formed of coloured geometrical shapes, a painting of fast food (burgers and a soda) on a beach, and an obscured painting in the style of Salvador Dalí's The Persistence of Memory.

In addition to paintings, the museum features several statues, including the Bronze Monkey and Golden Handshake, as well as a stone statue of Doctor Robotnik in the pose of Auguste Rodin's The Thinker.

References

  1. Sonic the Comic #129, "Clear as Mud"

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