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Sonic the Comic
- Editor: Deborah Tate
- Designer: Gary Knight
- Managing Editor: Steve MacManus
- Production: Sarah Colley
- Marketing Manager: Douglas Pocock
- Promotions: Michelle French, Jane Ballard
- Marketing Director: Rob McMenemy
- Managing Director: Julie Goldsmith
On the eve of a great battle, a Shaman of a Native American tribe is calling for help from the spirits. Chief Thundercloud is not convinced and needs the tribe to be ready for war. The next day, cowboys arrive on horses to massacre those considered different when Sonic the Hedgehog and Amy Rose show up suddenly. Figuring he's in the middle of a battle, Sonic Spin Attacks one of the cowboys and they run off. The Shaman graciously thanks the "spirits" for helping, but when Sonic declares he is not a spirit, the Chief captures them for being intruders, with the help of the Shaman's herbal sleeping potion. The next day, with Sonic and Amy captured and left in a tent, the cowboys return. However, a great gust of wind attacks them and they flee again, promising never to return. The Chief believes that Sonic broke free and helped again, but he is still tied up. The Indians finally believe that the spirits exist and free the hedgehogs on this day of celebration. It remains ambiguous over whether Sonic did in fact help, but a totem pole depicting Sonic and Amy is erected in the village.
- Sonic the Hedgehog
- Amy Rose
- Shaman (First appearance)
- Chief Thundercloud (First appearance)
- Moon River (First appearance)
- Knuckles - "The Ghost Ship, Part 1" (Sonic the Comic #74)
- Tails in - "Zonerunner & The Big Freeze, Part 3" (Sonic the Comic #50)
- Sonic the Hedgehog - "Disaster! Part 2" (Sonic the Comic #52)
- Graphic Zone: The Graphic Zone features fan art from readers of the comics. The theme of this issue is "Wild West", portraying Sonic and friends in Western clothing and situations. Winners of the published pictures received a Sonic the Hedgehog digital watch.
- Issue 166 at the Sonic the Comic Wiki