"...This was another success for Evan Stanley in terms of storytelling...she clearly understands the material well and balances what she wants to do with some slightly more mature moments that are pitched perfectly for a younger audience."
"...a good mix of backstory, action, and a push toward the end game...easily the best of the spin-off so far."
"Charmy was adorable, and the team of Evan Stanley, Aaron Hammerstrom, and Reggie Graham made this a dynamic, fun issue."
Surge the Tenrec is clearly the star of the show in Sonic the Hedgehog: Imposter Syndrome Issue 2.
"...a quick, easy read. The story reached a satisfying conclusion and sowed seeds for what's to come."
"...this was about as good an intro as you could get for the arc..."
"...this issue did a good job of keeping the story moving. There are still questions to be answered...It’s all good stuff though..."
"...this was a lot of fun and does a good job of getting things ready for what should be a more perilous issue 46..."
Sonic the Hedgehog Issue 44 was a massive step up from issue 43.
"This was Ian Flynn capturing the modern Sonic magic in the same way as he captured the retro magic in the anniversary special..."
"This is charming and will be fun for fans, both new and old."
"Sonic The Hedgehog Issue 41 sees Ian Flynn return to writing duties. But is it a triumphant return?"
"...a great end to the arc and kept me entertained throughout. The inconsistency in the art was off-putting though."
Marvel and DC are the titans of the comics world, but which is the best publisher outside these two?