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  1. Let's say in the 90's Sega decided to license out the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise out to Philips so they can produce games for their CD-based CD-i console. Much like Nintendo did for Mario and Zelda. What would the gameplay be like? What would the cutscenes be like? And most importantly, how much would they suck? I think these fan-made pictures give a good idea:
  2. Ironically, Satan is often described as a fallen angel so it fits. Speaking of vices, I imagine the Devil guy would have reality warping powers. Which gives him the ability to grant his clients' wishes. (Such as giving Vector an insane amount of money) Alternatively, Shadow would try to attack the demon, only for said demon to wipe the floor with him.
  3. For Amy, it would most likely be her love for Sonic. For Sonic himself, it would probably be his ego. (Which I'm pretty sure the Devil guy would be all too happy to exploit) Shadow would be a particularly dark example. The demon could disguise himself as Maria Robotnik via shapeshifting and use her form to toy with his emotions.
  4. But as a FAR more blatant analogue and a much more inspired design.
  5. True. The character I described would take those traits and amplify them up to eleven. Not to mention his schemes would be on a more personal level compared to the more grandiose plans of Zavok and Eggman.
  6. What if the next big original villain after Dr. Starline is a Devil-type character? With godlike power and who torments Sonic and his friends just for his own amusement? Not to mention he has a appearance modeled after occult figures like Baphomet?
  7. What if the IDW comics reintroduce characters from past Sonic media? And not just AoStH and SatAM, but other animated media like Underground, the OVA and X? Of course this is assuming Sega allows the writers to do so.
  8. Yeah, but those are Zombots. This scenario would involve a bunch of baddies gunning down non-Zombotified anthropomorphic animals with plasma rifles. (In hindsight that would actually be a pretty cruel twist of fate) Though I doubt Sega would allow something that graphic in a Sonic comic.
  9. I've heard that IDW had to fight with Sega in order to allow Mimic to wield a knife. Is this true?
  10. Sega does. TMS may have made Sonic X, but Sega was directly involved in the characters' creation.
  11. Anyone familiar with IDW Publishing would know that when they do comics for big name franchises, they like to mix elements from both old and new iterations of said franchise. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic for example features characters from both newer incarnations and obscure characters from the past. What if the Sonic comics did the same thing? Bringing back characters from not only AoStH and SatAM, but ones from Underground, the OVA, and X as well? Of course this is assuming Sega allows them to.
  12. I imagine a Satan-type villain would be acting on a more personal level compared to Eggman's more grandiose schemes. Because he's already at the top of the pecking order of villainy, his goals would mostly be just causing Sonic and his friends pain and grief because he can. As for a liquid metal robot like the T-1000, we DID already get that sort of with Neo Metal Sonic, but if only because that was a transformation rather than actually being made of the stuff. Sonic would at first think it's just another robot to trash, but because of its regenerative abilities, it eventually starts to test his patience.
  13. And what do you think of the first and third ideas?
  14. Just to get this thread back on topic, what do you guys think of the ideas I proposed? In case you forgot, they're right here:
  15. Am I the only one who wants to see a My Little Pony crossover? Just so that I can see the resulting war between the Sonic fanbase and brony community?
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