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The Sonic News Network is affiliated with several wikis on Wikia. It is a member of the Wikia Video Games network. We are also affiliated with several YouTube channels across the internet.
Sonic Fanon Wiki
Sonic Fanon Wiki is the place to go if you have any sort of fan-works! Instead of posting them on articles here (where they don't belong), place them at the Sonic Fanon Wiki for all of the hard-working fanon writers to see and praise. The Sonic Fanon Wiki started in June 2008, and currently consists of over 10,000 articles!
TSSZ News is a independent Sonic & Sega news website that strives for high quality news and information. TSSZ is affiliated with the Sonic News Network.
TailsChannel is a YouTube channel that is place all things Sonic the Hedgehog, including news and gameplay. TailsChannel is affiliated with the Sonic News Network.
TheRealSonicFan is a YouTube channel who provides high quality Sonic gameplay footage and news updates. TheRealSonicFan is affiliated with the Sonic News Network.
BlueParadox is a YouTube channel who provides the latest Sonic news and gameplay footage. BlueParadox is affiliated with the Sonic News Network.
Sonic the Comic Wiki
Sonic the Comic Wiki is for all things related to Sonic the Comic, the British comic published by Fleetway Editions. The Sonic the Comic Wiki started in April 2009, following the closure of a previous STC wiki hosted by Pokécharms. It currently consists of over 3,200 articles!
Mobius Encyclopaedia is a collaborative project to create the most definitive, accurate, and accessible encyclopedia and reference for everything related to the Archie Sonic the Hedgehog universe. Mobius Encyclopaedia started in October 2007, and currently consists of over 2,700 articles!
For more information, please see Mobius Encyclopaedia:About.
Sega Wiki is an encyclopedic project to create an accurate and detailed database for Sega gaming systems, characters, notable employees, and corporate history. It also has a section for writing guides and reviews for Sega-related games. Sega Wiki was started on August 2006, and currently consists of over 900 articles!
For more information, please see Sega Wiki:About.