Sonic the Comic
- Editor: Deborah Tate
- Designer: Gary Knight
- Managing Editor: Steve MacManus
- Production: Sarah Colley
- Marketing Manager: Douglas Pocock
- Promotions: Debbie Plummer, Jane Ballard
- Publisher: Rob McMenemy
- Managing Director: Julie Goldsmith
Sonic the Hedgehog - "Desert Storm"
Sonic has found himself separated from a group of children in the Desert of Eternity thanks to a sandstorm and soon passes out. He's found by the Scimitar Brothers and placed in a Kullconan Town slave cell. Sonic breaks free and handles the slave masters but fares less well against sorcerer Kurse. With help from the brothers, Sonic eventually defeats Kurse and demands the release of the slaves and the Scimitars' separation.
- The title of the story, "Desert Storm," shares its name with the codename title of the Gulf War, otherwise known as "Operation: Desert Storm."
Amy - "Gangster Trap, Part 1"
Amy and Tekno the Canary have arrived on a new planet and are instantly attacked by gangsters. The public aren't too keen on the girls' arrival either and consulting a police officer only gets them arrested. Flying out of the police station, the heroes save a detective from attack but receive no help. When more gangsters appear from the walls, everything is explained by the arrival of the biggest gangster of them all - Max Gamble.
Chaotix - "Crimson Cobra Strikes, Part 3"
Charmy Bee is on the run from the army and things get worse from him when he goes insane from the Crimson Cobra's Brain Scrambler. Later, the tables are turned when Charmy buys Crimson Cobra Inc., hires Cribbins and frees the Chaotix, leaving the cobra empty-handed.
- Crimson Cobra
- Sonic the Hedgehog - "Sonic No More" (Sonic the Comic #39)
- This is the last issue of Sonic the Comic to feature three original strips.
- Issue 154 at the Sonic the Comic Wiki