InterestsSonic the Hedgehog/Crash Bandicoot (especially the reptiles), Spyro the Dragon, Rayman the...Rayman, Super Mario (sorta...), Fur Fighters, Studio Ghibli, Stitch, other Disney animation, Rango, reptiles in general
Espio wasn't a ninja in Chaotix, but Hoshino saw him as having a samurai-like conduct, which is what inspired him to change Espio into one.
Personally, I'd say he was faster than Amy, but not to the extent of specialist speedsters like Sonic or Blaze. I also think modern Tails would actually be slower.
It is. Matilda was drawn from Mighty dropping a mention of a sister way back in #120, and Archie wanted to cover their backs so much after the reboot that she was thrown out too. It has nothing to do with the family mandate, otherwise she wouldn't have been referred to as Mighty's sister in Chaotix Quest (which was after the family mandate became super enforced).
Going into territory like that can be quite tricky. If it was with the comic-exclusive characters and events we'd be all hunky dory, but depicting certain events and games in different way might bring the ire of SEGA to them (for example, I don't think they'd want the comic to confirm a particular path in Shadow when the point of it was that it was open-ended (even with the final ending), and have you seen how much sneaking around Ian's doing to make Chaotix canon in the comic? It's not to the games so he's avoiding showing anything explicit between Mighty and the Chaotix in the past.
The Battle Kukku are technically still an unknown entity, and being the major player he was pre-reboot, he would have been one of the location question marks (if he is one). The other is still a mystery...although some are theorising Snively.
The other two areas seem reserved for extra-important members that are supposed to be big surprises, I doubt this guy is part of those. And it doesn't look like there have ever been any shrew populations in Australia.
I disagree, but purely on what info we have. The one region we know that hasn't got an Egg Boss is a place called Tralius, which is likely to be analogous to Australia. A Northern Tree Shrew wouldn't fit that, would it?
We've been told numerous times that there are some legal troubles overshadowing S3&K, enough to warrant not remaking it. Besides, at the minute StealthTax aren't on SEGA's watch, they're doing their own work.
The Wii version was a slogfest compared to the PS3 version. I could take the medal collecting, I actually found that pretty fun. But when you present a boring world map form, the lazy Gaia gate thing, worsen how the Werehog performs and make his bits seem to go on longer (and miss out both Empire City and Adabat, two amazing parts)? Yeah, no, I'm not going to like that.