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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from Syntax Speedway in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    I mean, Ian's said this before already. It was talked about at length back then too and I saw fit to just ignore it. It directly contradicts what Sonic Team has shown us and until they decide to show otherwise, it'll be something I continue to ignore.
    Its just like how they say there's no money despite that contradicting the entire existance and motivation of the Chaotix.
    Vector makes mention of money in TSR, which is only a year old. He makes mention of payment within the IDW book which had to be approved by the people in charge at SEGA. 
    Actual dollar signs appear in Vector and Charmy's eyes in the very first cutscene I ever saw of them.
    They say this stuff but they never enforce it or provide evidence within their material to support it so there's really no harm in ignoring it until they do.
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from DaddlerTheDalek in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    I just read issue 28 and while I did enjoy it quite a bit, the inescapable fear of the ending being rushed did indeed come to pass, though not anywhere near as badly as I feared so far. We'll see how that pans out in issue 29.
    However, as far as this issue goes, the choreography and what happens to resolve the fights aren't necessarily the problem, more so how quickly it got there. I don't agree that pushing one of the fights into the previous issue would have helped much as it would have very much risked taking away from what I felt were the two really well-done fights with Zomom and Zeena. The conceit of Amy and Tails using their brains to fend off Zomom's overwhelming force was, of course, the poetic way to go for them and the entire Zeena fight had an actual story to tell all its own that'll make it the most effective of these anime match-ups.
    I stated that I wished they'd at least have one more issue to stretch these fights out a bit more and that still holds true. That way, this issue could have done what the last issue did and just focused on Zazz and Zor while Master Zik and the lead up with Rouge to the Zavok transformation could have happened afterward. It's clear this is happening in part because it's time to wrap up according to the internet which I'm not in total agreement with. 
    I for one still hold onto the opinion that everything before this was paced perfectly and to my absolute benefit and liking. I have zero complaints about the pacing of the arc up until this exact point because now's when things are speeding up. Speeding up isn't what I wanted to do.  I'm definitely not the guy who thinks "things before were too slow and now it's too fast". I'm the guy going, "it was perfect before and now it's too fast". So that's a bummer.
    I do love Zor and how creepy he is. What happened to end him made sense, but as I say, I do wish it could have been drawn out a bit more. Same with Zazz and Espio. The Jojo-esque beating he gave Zazz was glorious but the highlight was obviously Espio saying that his other Chaotix family members were with him in spirit. Spirits unite.
    Then the Rogues stole the show with their epic beating of Master Zik. Despite really wishing that one had gone on longer, seeing Storm uppercut the entirety of Zik's body with his fist was still amazing.
    Zavok's transformation was a great sequence. I'm officially dubbing this form Lava Rock Zavok™ of my own free will. Issue 29 will be the final battle and Issue 30 will be the epilogue so I'm gearing up for that. Hopefully I'm ready to say goodbye to the threat of the Zombots. You'd think I would be after so long but I've got mixed feelings about moving on from them. We totally SHOULD, don't get me wrong. Honestly, like I said, I'd really only add ONE more issue. It's a big ol' grand way to finish off by having Zavok just scoop them up and toss them onto the island like that though. I hope he tries to grab the island out of the sky like the kaiju he is now.
    So that's my take. I greatly prefer the atmospheric, soak-it-all-in, watch the world gradually burn approach and here it did the speed-up thing that I tend to not like when it comes to Ian's finales. Still, I'd very much like to thank him for all he's done. Regardless of the fast pacing, I still saw myself wishing this were something I could experience in the games. It hit me so hard seeing Zavok do what he did at the end. Imagine him grabbing the island, tilting it, and having a sequence where you have to run up Angel Island at a tilted angle while Zavok's mouth is spitting lava blasts at you.
    I drew a little picture to celebrate the existence of Zombot Charmy. Thank you Ian for turning my favorite bee boy son into a scary zombie monster. 

     
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from RadicalLaRuby in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    I just read issue 28 and while I did enjoy it quite a bit, the inescapable fear of the ending being rushed did indeed come to pass, though not anywhere near as badly as I feared so far. We'll see how that pans out in issue 29.
    However, as far as this issue goes, the choreography and what happens to resolve the fights aren't necessarily the problem, more so how quickly it got there. I don't agree that pushing one of the fights into the previous issue would have helped much as it would have very much risked taking away from what I felt were the two really well-done fights with Zomom and Zeena. The conceit of Amy and Tails using their brains to fend off Zomom's overwhelming force was, of course, the poetic way to go for them and the entire Zeena fight had an actual story to tell all its own that'll make it the most effective of these anime match-ups.
    I stated that I wished they'd at least have one more issue to stretch these fights out a bit more and that still holds true. That way, this issue could have done what the last issue did and just focused on Zazz and Zor while Master Zik and the lead up with Rouge to the Zavok transformation could have happened afterward. It's clear this is happening in part because it's time to wrap up according to the internet which I'm not in total agreement with. 
    I for one still hold onto the opinion that everything before this was paced perfectly and to my absolute benefit and liking. I have zero complaints about the pacing of the arc up until this exact point because now's when things are speeding up. Speeding up isn't what I wanted to do.  I'm definitely not the guy who thinks "things before were too slow and now it's too fast". I'm the guy going, "it was perfect before and now it's too fast". So that's a bummer.
    I do love Zor and how creepy he is. What happened to end him made sense, but as I say, I do wish it could have been drawn out a bit more. Same with Zazz and Espio. The Jojo-esque beating he gave Zazz was glorious but the highlight was obviously Espio saying that his other Chaotix family members were with him in spirit. Spirits unite.
    Then the Rogues stole the show with their epic beating of Master Zik. Despite really wishing that one had gone on longer, seeing Storm uppercut the entirety of Zik's body with his fist was still amazing.
    Zavok's transformation was a great sequence. I'm officially dubbing this form Lava Rock Zavok™ of my own free will. Issue 29 will be the final battle and Issue 30 will be the epilogue so I'm gearing up for that. Hopefully I'm ready to say goodbye to the threat of the Zombots. You'd think I would be after so long but I've got mixed feelings about moving on from them. We totally SHOULD, don't get me wrong. Honestly, like I said, I'd really only add ONE more issue. It's a big ol' grand way to finish off by having Zavok just scoop them up and toss them onto the island like that though. I hope he tries to grab the island out of the sky like the kaiju he is now.
    So that's my take. I greatly prefer the atmospheric, soak-it-all-in, watch the world gradually burn approach and here it did the speed-up thing that I tend to not like when it comes to Ian's finales. Still, I'd very much like to thank him for all he's done. Regardless of the fast pacing, I still saw myself wishing this were something I could experience in the games. It hit me so hard seeing Zavok do what he did at the end. Imagine him grabbing the island, tilting it, and having a sequence where you have to run up Angel Island at a tilted angle while Zavok's mouth is spitting lava blasts at you.
    I drew a little picture to celebrate the existence of Zombot Charmy. Thank you Ian for turning my favorite bee boy son into a scary zombie monster. 

     
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from knuckles20 in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    I just read issue 28 and while I did enjoy it quite a bit, the inescapable fear of the ending being rushed did indeed come to pass, though not anywhere near as badly as I feared so far. We'll see how that pans out in issue 29.
    However, as far as this issue goes, the choreography and what happens to resolve the fights aren't necessarily the problem, more so how quickly it got there. I don't agree that pushing one of the fights into the previous issue would have helped much as it would have very much risked taking away from what I felt were the two really well-done fights with Zomom and Zeena. The conceit of Amy and Tails using their brains to fend off Zomom's overwhelming force was, of course, the poetic way to go for them and the entire Zeena fight had an actual story to tell all its own that'll make it the most effective of these anime match-ups.
    I stated that I wished they'd at least have one more issue to stretch these fights out a bit more and that still holds true. That way, this issue could have done what the last issue did and just focused on Zazz and Zor while Master Zik and the lead up with Rouge to the Zavok transformation could have happened afterward. It's clear this is happening in part because it's time to wrap up according to the internet which I'm not in total agreement with. 
    I for one still hold onto the opinion that everything before this was paced perfectly and to my absolute benefit and liking. I have zero complaints about the pacing of the arc up until this exact point because now's when things are speeding up. Speeding up isn't what I wanted to do.  I'm definitely not the guy who thinks "things before were too slow and now it's too fast". I'm the guy going, "it was perfect before and now it's too fast". So that's a bummer.
    I do love Zor and how creepy he is. What happened to end him made sense, but as I say, I do wish it could have been drawn out a bit more. Same with Zazz and Espio. The Jojo-esque beating he gave Zazz was glorious but the highlight was obviously Espio saying that his other Chaotix family members were with him in spirit. Spirits unite.
    Then the Rogues stole the show with their epic beating of Master Zik. Despite really wishing that one had gone on longer, seeing Storm uppercut the entirety of Zik's body with his fist was still amazing.
    Zavok's transformation was a great sequence. I'm officially dubbing this form Lava Rock Zavok™ of my own free will. Issue 29 will be the final battle and Issue 30 will be the epilogue so I'm gearing up for that. Hopefully I'm ready to say goodbye to the threat of the Zombots. You'd think I would be after so long but I've got mixed feelings about moving on from them. We totally SHOULD, don't get me wrong. Honestly, like I said, I'd really only add ONE more issue. It's a big ol' grand way to finish off by having Zavok just scoop them up and toss them onto the island like that though. I hope he tries to grab the island out of the sky like the kaiju he is now.
    So that's my take. I greatly prefer the atmospheric, soak-it-all-in, watch the world gradually burn approach and here it did the speed-up thing that I tend to not like when it comes to Ian's finales. Still, I'd very much like to thank him for all he's done. Regardless of the fast pacing, I still saw myself wishing this were something I could experience in the games. It hit me so hard seeing Zavok do what he did at the end. Imagine him grabbing the island, tilting it, and having a sequence where you have to run up Angel Island at a tilted angle while Zavok's mouth is spitting lava blasts at you.
    I drew a little picture to celebrate the existence of Zombot Charmy. Thank you Ian for turning my favorite bee boy son into a scary zombie monster. 

     
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from Sonictrainer in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    I just read issue 28 and while I did enjoy it quite a bit, the inescapable fear of the ending being rushed did indeed come to pass, though not anywhere near as badly as I feared so far. We'll see how that pans out in issue 29.
    However, as far as this issue goes, the choreography and what happens to resolve the fights aren't necessarily the problem, more so how quickly it got there. I don't agree that pushing one of the fights into the previous issue would have helped much as it would have very much risked taking away from what I felt were the two really well-done fights with Zomom and Zeena. The conceit of Amy and Tails using their brains to fend off Zomom's overwhelming force was, of course, the poetic way to go for them and the entire Zeena fight had an actual story to tell all its own that'll make it the most effective of these anime match-ups.
    I stated that I wished they'd at least have one more issue to stretch these fights out a bit more and that still holds true. That way, this issue could have done what the last issue did and just focused on Zazz and Zor while Master Zik and the lead up with Rouge to the Zavok transformation could have happened afterward. It's clear this is happening in part because it's time to wrap up according to the internet which I'm not in total agreement with. 
    I for one still hold onto the opinion that everything before this was paced perfectly and to my absolute benefit and liking. I have zero complaints about the pacing of the arc up until this exact point because now's when things are speeding up. Speeding up isn't what I wanted to do.  I'm definitely not the guy who thinks "things before were too slow and now it's too fast". I'm the guy going, "it was perfect before and now it's too fast". So that's a bummer.
    I do love Zor and how creepy he is. What happened to end him made sense, but as I say, I do wish it could have been drawn out a bit more. Same with Zazz and Espio. The Jojo-esque beating he gave Zazz was glorious but the highlight was obviously Espio saying that his other Chaotix family members were with him in spirit. Spirits unite.
    Then the Rogues stole the show with their epic beating of Master Zik. Despite really wishing that one had gone on longer, seeing Storm uppercut the entirety of Zik's body with his fist was still amazing.
    Zavok's transformation was a great sequence. I'm officially dubbing this form Lava Rock Zavok™ of my own free will. Issue 29 will be the final battle and Issue 30 will be the epilogue so I'm gearing up for that. Hopefully I'm ready to say goodbye to the threat of the Zombots. You'd think I would be after so long but I've got mixed feelings about moving on from them. We totally SHOULD, don't get me wrong. Honestly, like I said, I'd really only add ONE more issue. It's a big ol' grand way to finish off by having Zavok just scoop them up and toss them onto the island like that though. I hope he tries to grab the island out of the sky like the kaiju he is now.
    So that's my take. I greatly prefer the atmospheric, soak-it-all-in, watch the world gradually burn approach and here it did the speed-up thing that I tend to not like when it comes to Ian's finales. Still, I'd very much like to thank him for all he's done. Regardless of the fast pacing, I still saw myself wishing this were something I could experience in the games. It hit me so hard seeing Zavok do what he did at the end. Imagine him grabbing the island, tilting it, and having a sequence where you have to run up Angel Island at a tilted angle while Zavok's mouth is spitting lava blasts at you.
    I drew a little picture to celebrate the existence of Zombot Charmy. Thank you Ian for turning my favorite bee boy son into a scary zombie monster. 

     
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from KingScoopaKoopa in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    I just read issue 28 and while I did enjoy it quite a bit, the inescapable fear of the ending being rushed did indeed come to pass, though not anywhere near as badly as I feared so far. We'll see how that pans out in issue 29.
    However, as far as this issue goes, the choreography and what happens to resolve the fights aren't necessarily the problem, more so how quickly it got there. I don't agree that pushing one of the fights into the previous issue would have helped much as it would have very much risked taking away from what I felt were the two really well-done fights with Zomom and Zeena. The conceit of Amy and Tails using their brains to fend off Zomom's overwhelming force was, of course, the poetic way to go for them and the entire Zeena fight had an actual story to tell all its own that'll make it the most effective of these anime match-ups.
    I stated that I wished they'd at least have one more issue to stretch these fights out a bit more and that still holds true. That way, this issue could have done what the last issue did and just focused on Zazz and Zor while Master Zik and the lead up with Rouge to the Zavok transformation could have happened afterward. It's clear this is happening in part because it's time to wrap up according to the internet which I'm not in total agreement with. 
    I for one still hold onto the opinion that everything before this was paced perfectly and to my absolute benefit and liking. I have zero complaints about the pacing of the arc up until this exact point because now's when things are speeding up. Speeding up isn't what I wanted to do.  I'm definitely not the guy who thinks "things before were too slow and now it's too fast". I'm the guy going, "it was perfect before and now it's too fast". So that's a bummer.
    I do love Zor and how creepy he is. What happened to end him made sense, but as I say, I do wish it could have been drawn out a bit more. Same with Zazz and Espio. The Jojo-esque beating he gave Zazz was glorious but the highlight was obviously Espio saying that his other Chaotix family members were with him in spirit. Spirits unite.
    Then the Rogues stole the show with their epic beating of Master Zik. Despite really wishing that one had gone on longer, seeing Storm uppercut the entirety of Zik's body with his fist was still amazing.
    Zavok's transformation was a great sequence. I'm officially dubbing this form Lava Rock Zavok™ of my own free will. Issue 29 will be the final battle and Issue 30 will be the epilogue so I'm gearing up for that. Hopefully I'm ready to say goodbye to the threat of the Zombots. You'd think I would be after so long but I've got mixed feelings about moving on from them. We totally SHOULD, don't get me wrong. Honestly, like I said, I'd really only add ONE more issue. It's a big ol' grand way to finish off by having Zavok just scoop them up and toss them onto the island like that though. I hope he tries to grab the island out of the sky like the kaiju he is now.
    So that's my take. I greatly prefer the atmospheric, soak-it-all-in, watch the world gradually burn approach and here it did the speed-up thing that I tend to not like when it comes to Ian's finales. Still, I'd very much like to thank him for all he's done. Regardless of the fast pacing, I still saw myself wishing this were something I could experience in the games. It hit me so hard seeing Zavok do what he did at the end. Imagine him grabbing the island, tilting it, and having a sequence where you have to run up Angel Island at a tilted angle while Zavok's mouth is spitting lava blasts at you.
    I drew a little picture to celebrate the existence of Zombot Charmy. Thank you Ian for turning my favorite bee boy son into a scary zombie monster. 

     
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from Razule in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    I just read issue 28 and while I did enjoy it quite a bit, the inescapable fear of the ending being rushed did indeed come to pass, though not anywhere near as badly as I feared so far. We'll see how that pans out in issue 29.
    However, as far as this issue goes, the choreography and what happens to resolve the fights aren't necessarily the problem, more so how quickly it got there. I don't agree that pushing one of the fights into the previous issue would have helped much as it would have very much risked taking away from what I felt were the two really well-done fights with Zomom and Zeena. The conceit of Amy and Tails using their brains to fend off Zomom's overwhelming force was, of course, the poetic way to go for them and the entire Zeena fight had an actual story to tell all its own that'll make it the most effective of these anime match-ups.
    I stated that I wished they'd at least have one more issue to stretch these fights out a bit more and that still holds true. That way, this issue could have done what the last issue did and just focused on Zazz and Zor while Master Zik and the lead up with Rouge to the Zavok transformation could have happened afterward. It's clear this is happening in part because it's time to wrap up according to the internet which I'm not in total agreement with. 
    I for one still hold onto the opinion that everything before this was paced perfectly and to my absolute benefit and liking. I have zero complaints about the pacing of the arc up until this exact point because now's when things are speeding up. Speeding up isn't what I wanted to do.  I'm definitely not the guy who thinks "things before were too slow and now it's too fast". I'm the guy going, "it was perfect before and now it's too fast". So that's a bummer.
    I do love Zor and how creepy he is. What happened to end him made sense, but as I say, I do wish it could have been drawn out a bit more. Same with Zazz and Espio. The Jojo-esque beating he gave Zazz was glorious but the highlight was obviously Espio saying that his other Chaotix family members were with him in spirit. Spirits unite.
    Then the Rogues stole the show with their epic beating of Master Zik. Despite really wishing that one had gone on longer, seeing Storm uppercut the entirety of Zik's body with his fist was still amazing.
    Zavok's transformation was a great sequence. I'm officially dubbing this form Lava Rock Zavok™ of my own free will. Issue 29 will be the final battle and Issue 30 will be the epilogue so I'm gearing up for that. Hopefully I'm ready to say goodbye to the threat of the Zombots. You'd think I would be after so long but I've got mixed feelings about moving on from them. We totally SHOULD, don't get me wrong. Honestly, like I said, I'd really only add ONE more issue. It's a big ol' grand way to finish off by having Zavok just scoop them up and toss them onto the island like that though. I hope he tries to grab the island out of the sky like the kaiju he is now.
    So that's my take. I greatly prefer the atmospheric, soak-it-all-in, watch the world gradually burn approach and here it did the speed-up thing that I tend to not like when it comes to Ian's finales. Still, I'd very much like to thank him for all he's done. Regardless of the fast pacing, I still saw myself wishing this were something I could experience in the games. It hit me so hard seeing Zavok do what he did at the end. Imagine him grabbing the island, tilting it, and having a sequence where you have to run up Angel Island at a tilted angle while Zavok's mouth is spitting lava blasts at you.
    I drew a little picture to celebrate the existence of Zombot Charmy. Thank you Ian for turning my favorite bee boy son into a scary zombie monster. 

     
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from ProfGawhite678 in How would you fix Sonic's lore, gameplay, narrative, and characters?   
    Cream's goal in life isn't to protect her mother though. It's not really a duty she thrust upon herself as a character. It's a matter of the character already having a stable living condition and having that taken away from them. Most of the time, that's kind of how Cream gets brought into the fold. Her mother will get kidnapped. Or her chao's friend will get kidnapped. Or she'll get lost in a haunted castle. She's not really out to do anything. Stuff just happens to her. 
    That's fine but that could literally be any other character. She would need something all her own that's worth developing on.
    Ah, well, I have a different viewpoint on that. Characters for me, are first and foremost, tools utilized to tell a story. Different avenues of gameplay can be achieved from doing literally anything. Like power-ups or the wisps. I desire to see the characters return mostly because I value their arcs and the different narrative perspectives they have. That isn't to say your way of thinking is wrong. It's not. It's just different from mine.
    So when people say "Cream is useless" or "Cream doesn't have any sort of point of development or occupation to work off of" it generally means that currently, she's got nothing. That doesn't mean she can't be given something. You went ahead and listed a bunch of potential ideas for her character to follow that would allow her to no longer be a void of emptiness and that's good. That's the point I always make about her.
    They need to give her something. Cream is the only character that doesn't really have anything to herself. And while I don't agree with all of these ideas listed, there's at least an attempt there to expand upon who she is so that she can actually have some sort of focal point.
    But again, the point is that, right now, she's the only character I can think of that doesn't have that. As such, Cream the Rabbit, in her current form, is pretty expendable. We can talk about potential and hypothetical things they COULD do with her but the fact remains that they haven't given her anything. 
    Now, I definitely don't agree that there are way more interesting plots you could do with her over Omega and Silver. I brainstorm plot ideas for those two all the time (along with all the others aside from Cream) and that's because there's already something there to work off of. 
    For Cream, I would have to give her some sort of motivation or occupation or something before I could even think of then brainstorming ideas of what to do with her. There's a lot of steps to take with her in that regard that the others don't have to worry about because what they're all about and what they want are clearly defined already... even if they aren't explored much anymore.
     
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from ProfGawhite678 in Stuff from other continuities that you wish were canon to the games   
    I can't think of too much outside of just general story ideas. Like, I'd love to actually see the Metal Virus in the games. Sounds like it'd be fun if it were a nice open, 3D game. I wonder how they'd work around not being able to fight the Zombots with physical attacks. Perhaps it wouldn't be an issue for Sonic if he were infected there too... sort of. 
    I'd like to see the Chaotix Detective Agency household from Sonic X appear in the games. I know it appeared in the Sonic Channel comics for the 25th Anniversary so maybe. 
    Animals and humans co-existing like they did in the Archie reboot would be nice. The obvious and least confusing manner of approach that also provides for the most diversity within the world sounds even more alluring the more I think about it.
    I'd also be on board for a version of Eggman's Dozen to exist within the games. I love villain groups so much. I like the idea of Eggman either commanding or working with his own group of Kingdom Hearts baddies. It gives me the chills.
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from Mr Silvia in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    Knuckles the Echidna - Issue #26: The First Date - Part 1 of 3: She Loves You… (and you know that can’t be bad)

    I hate it. I haven’t even read the stupid fucking book and I hate it already. Stupid goddamn title with its dumb sitcom sounding bullshit about these two characters being forced to mate or whatever. Penders is doing this specifically to hurt me, some guy he doesn’t know exists two decades after this book came out. 
    Oh my God, I hate it. I hates it so, so much. The last thing, the very last thing I want to read are these characters I grew up with having “the talk” or musing about how they feel weird around girls or any of this crap. It’s even worse when the advice given is so nakedly terrible to the point of being reprehensibly absurd. Now I gotta watch these two people who shouldn’t be together get superglued together by a godawful plot for the sake of fake romance. 
    Remember all you young echidnas out there, the soultouch is a part of nature and no animal has even been gay. Aside from all the gay ones but those ones aren’t as smart as we echidnas. We’re so smart that nature saw fit to force us to have compatible partners of the opposite sex. Because… I guess that made sense as a way to compensate for making the echidnas too smart? I dunno. I guess it’s a small step above being a Jedi where you’re not allowed to mate at all.
    I gotta move on before I start feeling all slimy and gross. The best thing about this issue was the couple page long Mighty thing tacked on at the end. 
     
    Knuckles the Echidna - Issue #27: The First Date - Part 2 of 3: Who Wrote the Book of Love Anyway?

    I dunno guys. I think I may have fallen into the pit of my own personal Hell as far as this particular book goes. The book has been awful before in both annoying and hilarious ways but THIS… fucking THIS I don’t know if I’ll be able to handle. Three of the worst things about this comic; the echidna shit, the romance shit and Ken Penders are being put into a blender and served on a platter with a side of rotten hot garbage and I’m fearing for my life right now. I survived Sonic Live but I don’t know if I’m gonna make it this time.
    The shit title and the cover being a collage of things I don’t want to see aren’t helping.
    Someone please check my pulse because this story might have killed me. Oh deary me, there’s one more of these left. Sweet merciful Galactus, help me. My body is having a repulsive, physical rejection of everything I’ve read in this god forsaken book. I’m really hoping that the majority of the final story is just the Mighty story. 
    Here I go though. I can’t stop because I plan on continuing but at the same time I need this shit to END!


    Knuckles the Echidna - Issue #28: The First Date - Part 3 of 3: It Could Be Love (I Should Have Known Better)

    I don’t even want to talk about this anymore. I hate this cover too. Floating heads, puffy Knuckles’ cheeks, pissed off Spawn reject who doesn't even appear in the story, and Julie-Su cuddling with another picture of Knuckles, one she’ll presumably set on fire the instant he goes to hang out with someone that isn’t her. Fuck me. Shit title yet again.

    This is a collage of what probably is the three most wasted stories in this line of Knuckles issues so far. This didn’t need to be three issues. This didn’t need to happen at all. The power of Christ compels this book to stop being so awful and nothing short of setting it on fire is going to work.
    I’m actually not being hyperbolic here when I say that this was the worst experience reading any of these comics I’ve ever had. It’s going to take some serious rancid dog shit to top this one for me because I just couldn’t handle this one. That’s why this collection of reviews was several days late compared to when I usually upload them. I needed a breather from each issue because it was actually draining me looking at it. 
    The nazi stuff was awful but it was funny awful. The Charmy stuff was uncomfortable but it was an interesting, mesmerizing kind of uncomfortable. This wasn’t funny or interesting. It was a generic lovey-dovey teenage romance story being told with a character that I don’t associate that shit with and his horrible look-alike. That last panel with super muscular Knuckles, bending over and sucking face with a clone of himself while other deformed monstrosities watch in the background is going to haunt me.
    There are times where I wonder if I start out being too harsh on an artist but as the story went on, the art just got worse and worse to the point where it’s apex was ICONIC in how bad it looked. I’d have found it funny had I not seen these images strung across the internet before.
    “If you’re going to a party-party” is probably my favorite of those images though. It does still manage to get a chuckle out of me. 
    It’s quite ironic that Mighty ended up being the light at the end of the tunnel for me here. I’m grateful. Even though not much happened in his story aside from some mildly entertaining exposition, it was well-drawn and functioned the way a semi-normal Sonic the Hedgehog comic should function for the most part. I appreciate that at least.
    I can only hope nothing tops this one in its badness but I’m sure something will happen to upset me again. Thank God, these Knuckles comics are almost done.
     
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from Ryannumber1gamer in [EVENT] The Sonic Musical Spectacular 5 - Celebrating Sonic's 29th, Motobug's 5th, and SSMB's 20th anniversaries! Event ended! Check finale post for details on next year, and awards!   
    I'm at work right now so I can't link the songs on my phone but I absolutely will when I get home and update the post. For now though.
    Song 1: Sonic Lost World - The Deadly Six Theme (Violin Ver.)
    Song 2: Team Sonic Racing - Boo's House
    Song 3: Sonic Heroes - Hang Castle
    Song 4: Shadow the Hedgehog - All Hail Shadow
    Remix 1: Sonic Unleashed - Eurobeat Brony - Discord (Egg Dragoon Remix)
    I've updated the post. Thank you for waiting @Ryannumber1gamer
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from Silvereyes in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    I mean, yeah, I don't see why not. That's literally what they did with the Charmy LSD story. 
    It's not like you need a ton of pages to get across that these two are going on a date and are gonna kiss at the end of it. Who cares about Vector looking for a woman to date or talk about how the echidnas are so fucking smart that they derp when it comes to love (which is a thing that still makes no sense)? Like most of this story was just dedicated to people being irrationally moody or angry, sometimes to the point of violence, over something that I thought was really dumb. Although, I still would have preferred this not be touched upon at all but even if I didn't, this wasn't the way to do it. 
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    Dr. Detective Mike reacted to Silvereyes in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    If you ask me, issues #26-#29 is what killed the Knuckles book. (Can't wait to see what you think of issue #29, it is arguably just as bad as this romantic nonsense.) Issues #30-#32 from the final story, which aren't that bad, but it wouldn't surprise me if it was too little too late. That's my own speculation, I know the Super Specials didn't last much longer as well after this so I imagine readership was declining naturally, but I also don't think the Knuckles book could of died as early as it did. I dunno, I'm happy to be proven wrong if anyone does have info on the sales of these, but you don't bore your readers for 4 issues and then hope they all stick around. Maybe things would of been better if the Mighty story was bumped up, rewritten to involve Knuckles, while the romcom was put at the back.
    It does feel like this story just sort of sums up how Penders seem out of touch with his own readership. Even the Sonic fans who love shipping and who like pairing up characters or even like the sort of soap opera fan art out there on the internet, I doubt many would want, say, the IDW comic to stop for 3 issues just to see Sonic and Amy in a romcom plot. I like romance actually, I kindof like it when there is a hint of it, I like alot of the stuff Antoine and Bunnie got up too through the Archie run as a couple, I actually wouldn't mind seeing a dash of it in the IDW run, even if I assume only the original characters can get up to it.
    But this. This just feels so out of touch. I can't imagine many boys reading this liking this. Ofcourse, it would help if it was a bit wittier, and written by someone who felt like they had a better understanding of relationships. This feels like the crowning story from all those Youtube videos of "Oh, Archie Sonic was so weird."
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    Dr. Detective Mike reacted to thumbs13 in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    ...Did they really make Sonic and Robotnik's first meeting the b-plot to knuckles' first date? That seems backwards.

    Also, for such an intelligent species, the fact that they can't figure out how romance works on their own feels off.
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from Someguy in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    Knuckles the Echidna - Issue #26: The First Date - Part 1 of 3: She Loves You… (and you know that can’t be bad)

    I hate it. I haven’t even read the stupid fucking book and I hate it already. Stupid goddamn title with its dumb sitcom sounding bullshit about these two characters being forced to mate or whatever. Penders is doing this specifically to hurt me, some guy he doesn’t know exists two decades after this book came out. 
    Oh my God, I hate it. I hates it so, so much. The last thing, the very last thing I want to read are these characters I grew up with having “the talk” or musing about how they feel weird around girls or any of this crap. It’s even worse when the advice given is so nakedly terrible to the point of being reprehensibly absurd. Now I gotta watch these two people who shouldn’t be together get superglued together by a godawful plot for the sake of fake romance. 
    Remember all you young echidnas out there, the soultouch is a part of nature and no animal has even been gay. Aside from all the gay ones but those ones aren’t as smart as we echidnas. We’re so smart that nature saw fit to force us to have compatible partners of the opposite sex. Because… I guess that made sense as a way to compensate for making the echidnas too smart? I dunno. I guess it’s a small step above being a Jedi where you’re not allowed to mate at all.
    I gotta move on before I start feeling all slimy and gross. The best thing about this issue was the couple page long Mighty thing tacked on at the end. 
     
    Knuckles the Echidna - Issue #27: The First Date - Part 2 of 3: Who Wrote the Book of Love Anyway?

    I dunno guys. I think I may have fallen into the pit of my own personal Hell as far as this particular book goes. The book has been awful before in both annoying and hilarious ways but THIS… fucking THIS I don’t know if I’ll be able to handle. Three of the worst things about this comic; the echidna shit, the romance shit and Ken Penders are being put into a blender and served on a platter with a side of rotten hot garbage and I’m fearing for my life right now. I survived Sonic Live but I don’t know if I’m gonna make it this time.
    The shit title and the cover being a collage of things I don’t want to see aren’t helping.
    Someone please check my pulse because this story might have killed me. Oh deary me, there’s one more of these left. Sweet merciful Galactus, help me. My body is having a repulsive, physical rejection of everything I’ve read in this god forsaken book. I’m really hoping that the majority of the final story is just the Mighty story. 
    Here I go though. I can’t stop because I plan on continuing but at the same time I need this shit to END!


    Knuckles the Echidna - Issue #28: The First Date - Part 3 of 3: It Could Be Love (I Should Have Known Better)

    I don’t even want to talk about this anymore. I hate this cover too. Floating heads, puffy Knuckles’ cheeks, pissed off Spawn reject who doesn't even appear in the story, and Julie-Su cuddling with another picture of Knuckles, one she’ll presumably set on fire the instant he goes to hang out with someone that isn’t her. Fuck me. Shit title yet again.

    This is a collage of what probably is the three most wasted stories in this line of Knuckles issues so far. This didn’t need to be three issues. This didn’t need to happen at all. The power of Christ compels this book to stop being so awful and nothing short of setting it on fire is going to work.
    I’m actually not being hyperbolic here when I say that this was the worst experience reading any of these comics I’ve ever had. It’s going to take some serious rancid dog shit to top this one for me because I just couldn’t handle this one. That’s why this collection of reviews was several days late compared to when I usually upload them. I needed a breather from each issue because it was actually draining me looking at it. 
    The nazi stuff was awful but it was funny awful. The Charmy stuff was uncomfortable but it was an interesting, mesmerizing kind of uncomfortable. This wasn’t funny or interesting. It was a generic lovey-dovey teenage romance story being told with a character that I don’t associate that shit with and his horrible look-alike. That last panel with super muscular Knuckles, bending over and sucking face with a clone of himself while other deformed monstrosities watch in the background is going to haunt me.
    There are times where I wonder if I start out being too harsh on an artist but as the story went on, the art just got worse and worse to the point where it’s apex was ICONIC in how bad it looked. I’d have found it funny had I not seen these images strung across the internet before.
    “If you’re going to a party-party” is probably my favorite of those images though. It does still manage to get a chuckle out of me. 
    It’s quite ironic that Mighty ended up being the light at the end of the tunnel for me here. I’m grateful. Even though not much happened in his story aside from some mildly entertaining exposition, it was well-drawn and functioned the way a semi-normal Sonic the Hedgehog comic should function for the most part. I appreciate that at least.
    I can only hope nothing tops this one in its badness but I’m sure something will happen to upset me again. Thank God, these Knuckles comics are almost done.
     
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from Milo in [ARTWORK] - Dr. Detective Mike Showcase!   
    Hedgehead and Foxman for Halloween 

    https://www.deviantart.com/doctordetectivemike/art/Hedgehead-and-Foxman-for-Halloween-817972241
    Sonic and Tails are about to go out trick or treating for Halloween. They decided to do the brotherly thing and dress up as a pair of (other) famous brothers in video games. It's Cuphead and Mugman costumes for the two of them. They're calling themselves Hedgehead and Foxman for this night out. They got the finishing touches done over at Amy's house and before they headed out, the pink hedgehog took a little photo of the two of them. Now they're all set.

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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from Milo in [ARTWORK] - Dr. Detective Mike Showcase!   
    I participated in my first ever Sonic Redraw. 

    https://www.deviantart.com/doctordetectivemike/art/Why-Hello-Everyone-SonicRedraw-845650737 
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from TransPirate in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    The set-up for Mr. Tinker wasn't even about Mr. Tinker himself and whatever stories, if any, could be told with him. It was about providing a grounds for the morality conflict to creep in, which absolutely HAS taken up a sizeable amount of the book. It definitely has not been forgotten. Its inclusion within the narrative lead to one of the most interesting back and forths that I've seen Sonic and Eggman have when discussing the merit behind who Eggman is and what he desires.
    It did a lot for the development of his character and yes it IS character development. So often people confuse what that is by mistakenly believing that a character HAS to change as a result of it but thats not the case. The act of developing a character can go as far as simply finding out more about them. Thats why flashbacks and character studies are often considered apart of that even though they don't lead to the character, as they are now, changing in anyway. Ian obviously can't do flashbacks that dive into their deep origins but he can do character study and he's done it rather well here.
    Not just by taking the characters and pushing them to their limits by making them undergo extreme stress and backing them into corners where they make tough and sometimes irrational decisions but often by just allowing them to emote and react to things in interesting ways.
    It doesn't matter that Eggman will never change. Being shown that there's a part of him that did in fact enjoy his time as Mr. Tinker morphs the perception of his character, forever. You can't return to the time when you were ignorant of that knowledge and from now on its going to, in some way, color the meaning behind his actions going forward. At least it will for me.
    I'll never be able to forget it or his warped rational that making everyone mindless zombies under his thumb is the way towards creating a happy world with which for him to rule over. The abscense of free will, the abscense of anyone's will but his own is what drives him to do what he does. Its incredibly creepy and something I wouldn't be able to ponder and be left to chew on had the Mr. Tinker plot not existed.
     
     
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from Monkey Destruction Switch in [ARTWORK] - Dr. Detective Mike Showcase!   
    I participated in my first ever Sonic Redraw. 

    https://www.deviantart.com/doctordetectivemike/art/Why-Hello-Everyone-SonicRedraw-845650737 
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from TransPirate in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    So I just read issue 2 and oh my God.
    I don't want to be hyperbolic but I think that might have been the best Sonic and Amy's relationship has been presented to us so far. 
    She's clearly not his stalker here. She's definitely his friend.
    The two of them bounce off one another well, there's a stable showcase of the other's personality on display that doesn't over exaggerate one aspect of it too much, and they even have well choreographed fighting techniques together.
    The scuffle even ended with Sonic saying she could come with him. And Amy refused. The maturity and the lovestruck angle looks good on her actually. She's not even being a stick in the mud about things. I'm kind of impressed by how well balanced all of those different aspects about her personality are.
    Plus, I'm glad this issue took a stance on establishing what Sonic's deal is in a way that gave context to his way of thinking when it comes to how he'll operate in this book. I agree with him on his methods here too. I love the idea of the resistance handling what they can on their own and Sonic doing what he does best. This is all way, way up my alley.
    It's weird because I typically like Sonic and Tails as a duo more but I think this was by far the better issue. Really made Amy go up a couple notches for me, even though I already liked her. 
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    Dr. Detective Mike reacted to SBR2 in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    Ok so each week I've been quoting the posts because I'm a big blabbermouth who likes to give factoids and make shitty jokes or yell at Ken Penders. But to try and avoid stretching the page I'm going to start doing mine in spoilers.
     
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from SBR2 in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    Sonic X - Issue #2: See Sonic! Sea Battle! See Sonic Sea Battle!

    This cover looks like just a bunch of clipart that’s been copy and pasted onto it. Not saying that it was. I’m sure it was properly drawn but I’ve definitely seen these poses before in some form or another.

    Yeah, you know. I know Sonic X had a lot of easily locatable clipart and stuff but it feels… odd seeing it come through in an official book like this. I’m not going to make a huge deal about it right now but I’m not too big on this cover. The poses as used don’t even make much sense. Especially Sonic’s face in relation to the faces of Tails and Amy. Why’s he so pissed while the others are so happy? 
    So that was Sonic X Issue 2 and boy howdy was it plain. It was plain like un-toasted, un-buttered white bread you guys.  Like, it probably would have made a decent episode of the show had it been animated like an episode of Hunter X Hunter or something but as is, it’s solidly mediocre to the point where it feels like a waste having this story be what the cliffhanger was leading to last issue. The art still looks bad. I don’t even need to tell you that. One look and you get the sense of someone cutting out construction paper heads and body parts for these characters and gluing them on incorrectly. The pieces used for Tails in that last panel look especially awful.
    Time for something way weirder. 
     
    Sabrina the Teenage Witch - Issue #28: Some Enchantra Evening

    I’ve never read a Sabrina comic before but now that I have, I gotta say, I’m glad the majority of my exposure to Sabrina was the TV show instead.  I shouldn’t judge based on one issue but if the other issues were at all like this one, it feels like I’d just be wasting me time collecting a bunch of stories I could easily see written in the comic strip section of the newspaper. Then again, from what I gather, that was just the style and tone of old Archie in a nutshell.
    I’m sure things ramped up and got more involved as time went on of course. I can’t judge things about the style of Archie too harshly based on this. It’d be like judging all of Sonic based on that one issue where everything was shown to us in reverse. 
    All I’m saying is that… this comic was fine for what it was but what it is doesn’t appeal to me.
     
    Sonic Super Special - Issue 10: Crossover Chaos

    Based on the cover, this issue is about crossovers. Well, that’s neat. I still find it really strange that the crossover felt the need to bleed into two different books like this but I understand it was just a really hamfisted way to force you to invest in both comics. There’s no way this crossover would have successfully got me to buy Sabrina comics but I don’t want to pretend like I don’t understand despite being flabbergasted that the bare bones as hell story before has a part two. 
    Also, holy hell, Manic is on the cover! 
    Sonia too but I don’t care about that.
    Okay, so, to be completely honest… I actually rather enjoyed that. I know right?
    My biggest complaint was that it got way too confusing at points. It’s a bit over-written at times, which is a consistent problem with these older Sonic books but it's especially a problem when you’re dealing with techno-babble and alternate dimensions and shit of that ilk. That said, the story about Evil Sonic getting his life destroyed was rather amusing to witness. I liked seeing the team up with the Underground crew and I felt that the excuse to justify a crossover with Sonic Underground worked out rather nicely.
    The excuse to crossover with Sabrina worked out the only way it could too. To be fair, I thought that story was fine as well. I was greatly amused by how much of a goober it made Sonic look like but I also enjoyed how Sonic reacted once he snapped out of it. 
    I dunno. I’d say this was a success. I was wondering if Ken Penders wrote this and I scrolled up to discover that OF COURSE it was written by Karl Bollers. 
    No wonder I enjoyed myself the way the comic actually intended for me to this time. 
     
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from Someguy in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    Sonic X - Issue #2: See Sonic! Sea Battle! See Sonic Sea Battle!

    This cover looks like just a bunch of clipart that’s been copy and pasted onto it. Not saying that it was. I’m sure it was properly drawn but I’ve definitely seen these poses before in some form or another.

    Yeah, you know. I know Sonic X had a lot of easily locatable clipart and stuff but it feels… odd seeing it come through in an official book like this. I’m not going to make a huge deal about it right now but I’m not too big on this cover. The poses as used don’t even make much sense. Especially Sonic’s face in relation to the faces of Tails and Amy. Why’s he so pissed while the others are so happy? 
    So that was Sonic X Issue 2 and boy howdy was it plain. It was plain like un-toasted, un-buttered white bread you guys.  Like, it probably would have made a decent episode of the show had it been animated like an episode of Hunter X Hunter or something but as is, it’s solidly mediocre to the point where it feels like a waste having this story be what the cliffhanger was leading to last issue. The art still looks bad. I don’t even need to tell you that. One look and you get the sense of someone cutting out construction paper heads and body parts for these characters and gluing them on incorrectly. The pieces used for Tails in that last panel look especially awful.
    Time for something way weirder. 
     
    Sabrina the Teenage Witch - Issue #28: Some Enchantra Evening

    I’ve never read a Sabrina comic before but now that I have, I gotta say, I’m glad the majority of my exposure to Sabrina was the TV show instead.  I shouldn’t judge based on one issue but if the other issues were at all like this one, it feels like I’d just be wasting me time collecting a bunch of stories I could easily see written in the comic strip section of the newspaper. Then again, from what I gather, that was just the style and tone of old Archie in a nutshell.
    I’m sure things ramped up and got more involved as time went on of course. I can’t judge things about the style of Archie too harshly based on this. It’d be like judging all of Sonic based on that one issue where everything was shown to us in reverse. 
    All I’m saying is that… this comic was fine for what it was but what it is doesn’t appeal to me.
     
    Sonic Super Special - Issue 10: Crossover Chaos

    Based on the cover, this issue is about crossovers. Well, that’s neat. I still find it really strange that the crossover felt the need to bleed into two different books like this but I understand it was just a really hamfisted way to force you to invest in both comics. There’s no way this crossover would have successfully got me to buy Sabrina comics but I don’t want to pretend like I don’t understand despite being flabbergasted that the bare bones as hell story before has a part two. 
    Also, holy hell, Manic is on the cover! 
    Sonia too but I don’t care about that.
    Okay, so, to be completely honest… I actually rather enjoyed that. I know right?
    My biggest complaint was that it got way too confusing at points. It’s a bit over-written at times, which is a consistent problem with these older Sonic books but it's especially a problem when you’re dealing with techno-babble and alternate dimensions and shit of that ilk. That said, the story about Evil Sonic getting his life destroyed was rather amusing to witness. I liked seeing the team up with the Underground crew and I felt that the excuse to justify a crossover with Sonic Underground worked out rather nicely.
    The excuse to crossover with Sabrina worked out the only way it could too. To be fair, I thought that story was fine as well. I was greatly amused by how much of a goober it made Sonic look like but I also enjoyed how Sonic reacted once he snapped out of it. 
    I dunno. I’d say this was a success. I was wondering if Ken Penders wrote this and I scrolled up to discover that OF COURSE it was written by Karl Bollers. 
    No wonder I enjoyed myself the way the comic actually intended for me to this time. 
     
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    Dr. Detective Mike got a reaction from Sonictrainer in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    Sonic X - Issue #2: See Sonic! Sea Battle! See Sonic Sea Battle!

    This cover looks like just a bunch of clipart that’s been copy and pasted onto it. Not saying that it was. I’m sure it was properly drawn but I’ve definitely seen these poses before in some form or another.

    Yeah, you know. I know Sonic X had a lot of easily locatable clipart and stuff but it feels… odd seeing it come through in an official book like this. I’m not going to make a huge deal about it right now but I’m not too big on this cover. The poses as used don’t even make much sense. Especially Sonic’s face in relation to the faces of Tails and Amy. Why’s he so pissed while the others are so happy? 
    So that was Sonic X Issue 2 and boy howdy was it plain. It was plain like un-toasted, un-buttered white bread you guys.  Like, it probably would have made a decent episode of the show had it been animated like an episode of Hunter X Hunter or something but as is, it’s solidly mediocre to the point where it feels like a waste having this story be what the cliffhanger was leading to last issue. The art still looks bad. I don’t even need to tell you that. One look and you get the sense of someone cutting out construction paper heads and body parts for these characters and gluing them on incorrectly. The pieces used for Tails in that last panel look especially awful.
    Time for something way weirder. 
     
    Sabrina the Teenage Witch - Issue #28: Some Enchantra Evening

    I’ve never read a Sabrina comic before but now that I have, I gotta say, I’m glad the majority of my exposure to Sabrina was the TV show instead.  I shouldn’t judge based on one issue but if the other issues were at all like this one, it feels like I’d just be wasting me time collecting a bunch of stories I could easily see written in the comic strip section of the newspaper. Then again, from what I gather, that was just the style and tone of old Archie in a nutshell.
    I’m sure things ramped up and got more involved as time went on of course. I can’t judge things about the style of Archie too harshly based on this. It’d be like judging all of Sonic based on that one issue where everything was shown to us in reverse. 
    All I’m saying is that… this comic was fine for what it was but what it is doesn’t appeal to me.
     
    Sonic Super Special - Issue 10: Crossover Chaos

    Based on the cover, this issue is about crossovers. Well, that’s neat. I still find it really strange that the crossover felt the need to bleed into two different books like this but I understand it was just a really hamfisted way to force you to invest in both comics. There’s no way this crossover would have successfully got me to buy Sabrina comics but I don’t want to pretend like I don’t understand despite being flabbergasted that the bare bones as hell story before has a part two. 
    Also, holy hell, Manic is on the cover! 
    Sonia too but I don’t care about that.
    Okay, so, to be completely honest… I actually rather enjoyed that. I know right?
    My biggest complaint was that it got way too confusing at points. It’s a bit over-written at times, which is a consistent problem with these older Sonic books but it's especially a problem when you’re dealing with techno-babble and alternate dimensions and shit of that ilk. That said, the story about Evil Sonic getting his life destroyed was rather amusing to witness. I liked seeing the team up with the Underground crew and I felt that the excuse to justify a crossover with Sonic Underground worked out rather nicely.
    The excuse to crossover with Sabrina worked out the only way it could too. To be fair, I thought that story was fine as well. I was greatly amused by how much of a goober it made Sonic look like but I also enjoyed how Sonic reacted once he snapped out of it. 
    I dunno. I’d say this was a success. I was wondering if Ken Penders wrote this and I scrolled up to discover that OF COURSE it was written by Karl Bollers. 
    No wonder I enjoyed myself the way the comic actually intended for me to this time. 
     
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