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  1. Shadow the Hedgehog is still great and was not meant to be taken that seriously.
  2. Couldn't SEGA be consistent about the Two Worlds then? Shouldn't they be telling Flynn that Central City is a human world location?
  3. But appears in Chronicles and is populated by GUN soldiers. Also GUN and the President play a small role in Battle's story. I don't think SEGA likes crossing the streams, so it has gotta be the human world.
  4. So the latest issue takes place in Central City. Where are all the humans? Does Flynn just hate them?
  5. Then the human world must be really poor given how a pair of shoes costs 100 rings and most food items cost far less than that.
  6. Since money doesn't exist in Sonic's world can we just move the comic to the human world?
  7. No more major OCs please. The main cast isn't well utilized as it is.
  8. The entire comic, at least so far and for the forseeable future, is married to the idea of depicting the characters as a resistance force in a war setting. The characters are going to continue to behave this way until the comic decides to drop the war setting.
  9. I did say 2-6. Flynn did a great job with Sonic X, and most of those stories were only two issues long (granted they did have a higher page count). If they were actual sub-arcs that resolve themselves (i.e. not what IDW considers sub-arcs) that would be fine too. These stories are not really built for 12 issues, and both arcs seem to suffer trying to reach that goal.
  10. I think abandoning year long arcs and having every arc be 2-6 issues would go a long way in fixing this comic's problems. It would allow stories to be built more around the characters rather than the other way around. Also not basing itself so heavily on Forces would help as well. I think the resistance has run its course and so have the plethora of dull looking cities/villages.
  11. It says right here that as he hits them his infection spreads faster.
  12. The arc says that touching zombots makes his condition worse. How does it make his condition worse?
  13. It is not. We know that running makes causes the infection to dissipate, but we also established that touching zombots decreases the amount it takes for the infection to spread across his body when Sonic stops. We don't have any indication of how bad it has gotten because the comic refuses to actually give this plot point any real consequences. If it did, we would see consistency in how fast the virus spreads when Sonic stops. It would be like Speed not telling its audience the speed limit that the bus needs to travel at in order to not set off the bomb.
  14. So is this comic ever going to be consistent about how bad Sonic's condition is? Why isn't he a zombot already? This story would have made more sense if it was about Sonic needing to avoid further infections (or avoid being infected at all) while still needing to save people. Right now it feels like arbirtary tool to keep Sonic from actually being able to accomplish much.
  15. It could have happened, it just didn't need to be the status quo.
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