"Dr. Starline takes the lead in a fun spin-off to the main series."
"Some excellent showings from Amy Rose and Rouge the Bat, and a great start to Evan Stanley's run as head writer."
"A nice showcase of Ian’s strengths as a writer. He handles an often large cast by using small chunks of in-character moments and never strays from his consistent tonal quality."
With the Blue Blur's 30th anniverday coming, SEGA have now confirmed we're getting new games! So, here's what I'd like to see.
certain songs by specific musical artists that remind me of Sonic the Hedgehog despite having nothing to do with the blue blur. But why?
"Ian really understands the characters and how they’re supposed to act, which helps keep everything on-brand while still exploring his own ideas and concepts."
The Metal Virus arc comes to an end..but at a price.
Another decent multi-artist effort from IDW's Sonic team.
While weaker than the previous issue, this was still fun.
We speed towards the end of the Metal Virus arc with some nice action here.
The Sonic fandom is divided when it comes to the comics. And sometimes, that gets out of hand. These are my thoughts on the situation.
The Sonic Movie was not perfect. But it was A LOT of fun!
All Or Nothing begins, and the heroes are going into battle!
Blaze the Cat. Eggman NEGA. Two anomalies in the Sonic timeline. Today, I'm explaining why they fit in the world.