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    Big Panda got a reaction from Dr. Detective Mike in Sonic Headcanons   
    In response to @Dr. Detective Mike in the Archie thread, here’s a headcanon about how the Archie Sonic multiverse works:
    Every Sonic continuity, and alternate realities relating to said continuities, all exist in one giant omniverse. The game reality is the Prime zone. From it spawned countless chains of other alternate realities. Some realities gain enough traction for a sub-multiverse to be built around it.
    The original version of the Archie Sonic multiverse was the most famous example of this phenomenon, spawning practically infinite realities, with a big cosmic barrier forming around all of it, effectively closing it off from the outside omniverse, resulting in a secluded multiverse in which Archie’s Mobius Prime was considered the one true zone of it all. Travel outside of the multiverse happened on incredibly rare occassions, such as when Eggman made contact with Mega Man’s world.
    The Super Genesis Wave not only obliterated all of these alternate zones, leaving the Archie Sonic multiverse a shadow of its former immenseness, but also destroyed the cosmic wall, allowing access to the outer omniverse, made evident by the travel to the different Sega and Capcom worlds in Worlds Unite.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from Razule in Sonic Headcanons   
    In response to @Dr. Detective Mike in the Archie thread, here’s a headcanon about how the Archie Sonic multiverse works:
    Every Sonic continuity, and alternate realities relating to said continuities, all exist in one giant omniverse. The game reality is the Prime zone. From it spawned countless chains of other alternate realities. Some realities gain enough traction for a sub-multiverse to be built around it.
    The original version of the Archie Sonic multiverse was the most famous example of this phenomenon, spawning practically infinite realities, with a big cosmic barrier forming around all of it, effectively closing it off from the outside omniverse, resulting in a secluded multiverse in which Archie’s Mobius Prime was considered the one true zone of it all. Travel outside of the multiverse happened on incredibly rare occassions, such as when Eggman made contact with Mega Man’s world.
    The Super Genesis Wave not only obliterated all of these alternate zones, leaving the Archie Sonic multiverse a shadow of its former immenseness, but also destroyed the cosmic wall, allowing access to the outer omniverse, made evident by the travel to the different Sega and Capcom worlds in Worlds Unite.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from Miragnarok in Sonic Headcanons   
    In response to @Dr. Detective Mike in the Archie thread, here’s a headcanon about how the Archie Sonic multiverse works:
    Every Sonic continuity, and alternate realities relating to said continuities, all exist in one giant omniverse. The game reality is the Prime zone. From it spawned countless chains of other alternate realities. Some realities gain enough traction for a sub-multiverse to be built around it.
    The original version of the Archie Sonic multiverse was the most famous example of this phenomenon, spawning practically infinite realities, with a big cosmic barrier forming around all of it, effectively closing it off from the outside omniverse, resulting in a secluded multiverse in which Archie’s Mobius Prime was considered the one true zone of it all. Travel outside of the multiverse happened on incredibly rare occassions, such as when Eggman made contact with Mega Man’s world.
    The Super Genesis Wave not only obliterated all of these alternate zones, leaving the Archie Sonic multiverse a shadow of its former immenseness, but also destroyed the cosmic wall, allowing access to the outer omniverse, made evident by the travel to the different Sega and Capcom worlds in Worlds Unite.
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    Big Panda reacted to Adamis in The Lara-Su Chronicles and Ken Penders topic - READ PAGE 164, POST 4096   
    I can confirm I've seen a new finished page recently.
     
  5. Chuckle
    Big Panda got a reaction from Someguy in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    This is another thing I’ve always wanted to bring up: what does that mean for all the alternate future timelines that are out there?
    Light Mobius and Dark Mobius, for example, are both possible/alternate future timelines that diverged from Mobius Prime’s own timeline. Since the Sonics in these two futures have the same memories as the “present day” Prime Sonic (up to a certain point), they would theoretically also remember being informed of their status as the “Prime” Sonic.
    Except, then...the very fact they are alternate timeline versions, by definition, would mean they are NOT the Prime versions. So, like, did these alternate future Sonic’s go around believing they were still the Prime versions? Or does Zonic have to pop into every diverging future timeline once they are created to inform their Sonic that “hey, so, remember that time I told you you were the one true Sonic? Well...”
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    Big Panda reacted to Spinneret in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    Still miss this comic series despite all it's flaws.
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    Big Panda reacted to Dr. Detective Mike in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    No, this is entirely my bad. I worded what I had to say in that section very badly and I've edited it to appropriately illustrate what I mean to say better. The last thing I want to do is make any fraudulent claims about someone's work, even accidentally. I only brought it up to make it clear I was aware of it being a problem down the line and I did a bad job of clarifying that there was a difference between looking similar and being a copy. I did mention that there were only so many positions the body can make and not to harp on it but the rest of it didn't properly back that up. I know there's little chance the artist will see this but it's the principal of the thing, so I changed it. We'll talk about the tracing when it actually happens.
    I don't remember if it was the same guy specifically but I do remember the cops in the dub all having strange accents. There's one where Mr. Stewart eats a cop's burger and the cop chases him, screaming that he's going to nail him for "Boigah Boiglery" in that dumb sounding police officer way. 
    Okay so that was wrong? I remember in the earlier issues coverage I did saying that one of these echidnas, maybe it was Steppenwolf, created the Haven and then being corrected by one of you guys, saying that it was already made before Steppenwolf got to it. But now here Ken is, saying that Steppenwolf did create Haven so...
    I'll be honest, it doesn't really matter to me. If he got it wrong than it just confirms what I already knew about how overly complicated this whole mess is and how expecting children to retain it all is just bonkers. 
    Yeah, don't know shit about Comic Book Marvel. I didn't even know anything about Movie Marvel until Doctor Strange came out and I decided to watch it and then the Guardians movies. Then I had to catch up because I heard an Infinity War was over the horizon and I didn't want to be left out of an event like that. That sounded fucking cool.
    Since then I've found out a couple of things about Comic Book Marvel due to minor bouts of research but nothing that would make me retain the names of too many of its creators. I DO know of some names and controversies. I know about Joe Quesada and One More Day. I know about Avengers 200. I know about the original Civil War comic and how badly received it was. I know about the original Infinity Gauntlet comic and bits of how that all went down. Obviously I know Stan Lee and Jack Kirby and a small number of other creators like the always popular and always terrible Rob Liefeld. 
    I guess it's disingenuous to say I don't know shit about Marvel but I'm certainly no expert. I'm not going to know who I'm supposed to consider infamous or not I'll say.
    If I've never heard of him, he's just gonna have to deal with it.
     
    Oh believe me, I haven't forgotten. 
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    Big Panda got a reaction from SBR2 in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    I’m not 100% on my Sailor Moon lore, but aren’t Sally Moon, Tuxedo Knux, and Chibi Rose’s official counterparts supposed to be mother, father and daughter?

  9. Chuckle
    Big Panda reacted to Dr. Detective Mike in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    Edit: I had a whole thing here explaining why I was sure but then realized that in the post I didn't clarify that I wasn't accusing this man of tracing. I was just providing an example of something recognizable that I've re-drawn before as an excuse to talk about it so that people didn't try abd tell me stuff I already knew.
    So just ignore that section. It exists to let you know I'm aware of something and I tried to head it off at the pass, inadvertently making you respond anyway, just differently. Complete with a response that begins with ellipses, which is never a good sign.
    This is a bit much to insight over one unhinged jaw so I'll just conciede that you might be right.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from thumbs13 in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    I’m not 100% on my Sailor Moon lore, but aren’t Sally Moon, Tuxedo Knux, and Chibi Rose’s official counterparts supposed to be mother, father and daughter?

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    Big Panda got a reaction from SBR2 in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    ...are you sure about that? Because, being honest, nothing in this issue sticks out to me as being copies of shots I’ve seen before.
    And this is coming from somebody who instantly noticed the blatant tracing that issues 15 and 16 had (literally nothing in those issues were drawn freehand), and also tends to notice all those occasions when Lamar Wells does it in later issues.
    I usually have an eye for these sorts of things, and I’m just not seeing it here.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from DaddlerTheDalek in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    If anything, Sticks would have saw it coming from a mile away and was already prepared and is going into full survival mode offscreen somewhere.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from DaddlerTheDalek in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    Japanese Sonic still sprinkles English words into his dialogue like Junichi Kanemaru. Love it.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from DaddlerTheDalek in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    Having looked at the release dates more closely: issues 29 and 30 are coming out two weeks apart, for what that’s worth.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from Sonictrainer in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    I love Genesis, if only for the nostalgic memories it brings up. And I’m not talking about “classic Sonic game” memories.
    That general period in the fandom was absolutely nuts, with whether or not Sally had indeed died at the end of 225 being a hot topic for a solid four months, with responses from both sides being pure gold; I recall how on Bumbleking there was a thread opened up that was dedicated exclusively to making fun of it all.
    As for the story itself; I still liked it. The way it played on my suspense was pretty well done imo. There was a hint of tension that came from seeing Sonic and co initially going about their new life remaining completely unaware that something big was happening right under their noses, with those tensions ramping up when the old memories started to leak through. I remember getting proper chills when this panel suddenly popped up in part 3.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from SBR2 in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    I love Genesis, if only for the nostalgic memories it brings up. And I’m not talking about “classic Sonic game” memories.
    That general period in the fandom was absolutely nuts, with whether or not Sally had indeed died at the end of 225 being a hot topic for a solid four months, with responses from both sides being pure gold; I recall how on Bumbleking there was a thread opened up that was dedicated exclusively to making fun of it all.
    As for the story itself; I still liked it. The way it played on my suspense was pretty well done imo. There was a hint of tension that came from seeing Sonic and co initially going about their new life remaining completely unaware that something big was happening right under their noses, with those tensions ramping up when the old memories started to leak through. I remember getting proper chills when this panel suddenly popped up in part 3.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from Someguy in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    I love Genesis, if only for the nostalgic memories it brings up. And I’m not talking about “classic Sonic game” memories.
    That general period in the fandom was absolutely nuts, with whether or not Sally had indeed died at the end of 225 being a hot topic for a solid four months, with responses from both sides being pure gold; I recall how on Bumbleking there was a thread opened up that was dedicated exclusively to making fun of it all.
    As for the story itself; I still liked it. The way it played on my suspense was pretty well done imo. There was a hint of tension that came from seeing Sonic and co initially going about their new life remaining completely unaware that something big was happening right under their noses, with those tensions ramping up when the old memories started to leak through. I remember getting proper chills when this panel suddenly popped up in part 3.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from Polkadi~☆ in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    Japanese Sonic still sprinkles English words into his dialogue like Junichi Kanemaru. Love it.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from Sonictrainer in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    Japanese Sonic still sprinkles English words into his dialogue like Junichi Kanemaru. Love it.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from SBR2 in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    Japanese Sonic still sprinkles English words into his dialogue like Junichi Kanemaru. Love it.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from Plumbers_Helper in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    Japanese Sonic still sprinkles English words into his dialogue like Junichi Kanemaru. Love it.
  22. Promotion
    Big Panda got a reaction from VisionaryofSUPER in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    Japanese Sonic still sprinkles English words into his dialogue like Junichi Kanemaru. Love it.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from Celestia in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    Japanese Sonic still sprinkles English words into his dialogue like Junichi Kanemaru. Love it.
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    Big Panda reacted to Superstar Introvert CC14 in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    Volume 8 trade popped up on Amazon. Titled Out of the Blue, dated for February 9th, and includes issues 30 through 32, plus the 2020 Annual!
    Always fantastic seeing the Annuals collected in trades and glad to see IDW continue to do so for Sonic.
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    Big Panda got a reaction from simtek34 in Sonic Headcanons   
    While that’s a neat way of interpreting it, there are some holes to it.
    If Sonic is actually moving at breakneck speed and it’s all “slowed down”, that would have to mean everything around him is moving at the same speed (badniks, for example), which I don’t find very likely.
    Not to mention during scenarios where he’s being followed by other characters (Sonic 2 and 3, Heroes, Advance 3, etc.) they would also theoretically have to be moving at the same speed in order to keep up, which I’m sure is outright impossible for the likes of Knuckles and Amy.
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