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Sonic the Hedgehog is a 15-page promotional comic produced by Sega of America to publicize the release of the original Sonic the Hedgehog video game in 1991. It features most of the characters, Zones, Badniks from that game. It was written and drawn by Francis Mao.
The promotional comic derived much of its backstory from the internal Sonic Bible, particularly regarding the Kintobor origin of Doctor Robotnik. As such, it helped define the early American and European Sonic canon that was adapted into the British Sonic the Comic (although the two comics are otherwise very different).Princess Undina, Sonic Forces, Avatar, Death Egg Robot, Sonic Mania, Power Ring (SatAM), Talisman
Having arrived at the next town, Sonic watches from a distance as Knuckles takes down a Death Egg Robot sentinel, noting humorously that he is too late for the fun. Running up to Knuckles, Sonic is greeted by the red echidna, who asks what brings him here. Sonic promptly explains that he has come to help him after Amy told him what he was up to. Read more..
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