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    Noodle Panda reacted to Linkabel in Linkabel's artwork!   
    Thanks! I'm trying more things and ideas so I'm glad you're liking!
    Thank you! I did have the idea of making in the style of a cover or promotional poster for a re-release when I was making it. Hopefully one day I'll happen. 
    And here's a quick one, I really wanted to draw Super Sonic. 

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    Noodle Panda reacted to Dr. Mechano in Popular and unpopular Sonic opinions you agree and disagree with!   
    While Eggman is my favorite Sonic character overall, Big is my favorite animal character specifically. He's just such a good-natured, positive guy.

    The day he returns for a full-fledged speaking role will be cause for celebration.
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    Noodle Panda reacted to Sonictrainer in Pokémon Sword & Shield (Coming November 15th, 2019)   
    Some funny fanart from Ryochang2 on Twitter

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    Noodle Panda got a reaction from Chillax in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    Basically this. Never let Sonic do this again:


    Honesty kind of surprised these panels have never been meme’d or anything.
    EDIT: this neither

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    Noodle Panda got a reaction from Pengi in Sonic X Netflix UK   
    I highly doubt the latter. Don’t think other 4kids shows on Netflix have that luxury(?)
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    Noodle Panda got a reaction from UltraGizmo64 in Sonic Live Action Movie Thread (Read OP for topic rules) "Trailer 2 on Page 482)   
    Oh look, easter egg

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    Noodle Panda reacted to CaptainRobo in Sonic Live Action Movie Thread (Read OP for topic rules) "Trailer 2 on Page 482)   
    New picture of Sonic and his German voice actor.:

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    Noodle Panda reacted to Ryannumber1gamer in Foreign releases of English Sonic comics   
    I never realised it before, but good lord it must've been weird for German fans to open up a few of these issues and being greeted with Tails and Mina's children, evil dickhead Shadow, and so on so forth.
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    Noodle Panda got a reaction from DaddlerTheDalek in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    Jack Lawrence art just keeps getting better ^^
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    Noodle Panda got a reaction from Celestia in Foreign releases of English Sonic comics   
    I love learning about and/or collecting international versions of English Sonic comics.
    I want to find out about as many different versions as possible, and to be able to add to the list below:
    ARCHIE SONIC THE HEDGEHOG
    Country of origin: America
    IN THE UK:
    -Jetix Official Magazine
    The official companion magazine to the Jetix TV channel began publishing snippets of Archie’s Sonic X comic in issue 24 (early 2006) and continued until the magazines discontinuation at issue 68 (summer 2009). In total, the entirety of Sonic X issues 1-9 were printed, with half of issue 10 being printed at the time of discontinuation.
    -Sonic Interactive Annual 2014
    Published by Pedigree Books, it contained the story “Lost in the Moment” from StH#231 within the book itself, while “Sonic Generations” (#230) and “Sonic Colours” (#219) could be obtained digitally via the books interactive pages.
    -All About... #73
    This monthly magazine from Egmont focuses on a different subject each month. Issue 73, published in early 2014, was all about Sonic! Along with the various puzzles, games, and stickers, it contained two Archie comic strips: “Sonic Colours” (StH#219) and “Sonic Unleashed” (StH#193).
    IN FRENCH:
    -Sonic X
    Published by Jungle Kids, this four-book series collected stories from Archie’s Sonic X. The issues printed across the four books:
    Book 1: #1-#2
    Book 2: #?-#? (don’t own this volume, info needed!)
    Book 3: #38-#39
    Book 4: #33, #40
    -Sonic the Hedgehog
    Published across 7 books from 2012-2015 by Delcourt Jeunesse, this series collected various stories from the final stretch of Archie Sonic’s original continuity, to be precise: #226-#234, and #242-#246, plus some of the game tie-ins.
    IN GERMAN:
    -Sonic Das Comic Magazin
    This four-issue quarterly magazine from Panini Comics collected the first eight issues of Archie’s Sonic Universe. It ran from July 2012-January 2013.
    -Sonic the Hedgehog
    After the cancellation of the above magazine, Panini moved onto a 9-issue quarterly comic series that printed the entirety of Archie Sonic issues from #226-#244 (only skipping #242). It ran from March 2013-May 2014, after which it was prematurely cancelled (a tenth issue was scheduled but never released). Each issue came with a free poster, and contained a puzzle page, and sometimes even character profiles.
    -Sonic Sonderband
    This single book, released by Panini, was a combined version of the first two Sonic Archives volumes.
    IN FINNISH:
    -Sonic the Hedgehog
    Early Archie Sonic comic stories (including those from the original miniseries) were published in Finland by Semic, and were around from as early as 1994. It apparently had a short run, only lasting for a year. They had their own letters pages, and even a game hint corner of some kind.
    IN BRAZIL:
    -Sonic X
    Sonic X issues published in two comics by On Line Editora.
    -Sonic
    Magazine by an unknown publisher. At least one issue featured content from Sonic Universe’s “30 Years Later” arc.
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    SONIC THE COMIC (FLEETWAY)
    Country of origin: UK
    IN FRENCH:
    -Sonic Mag (B.D. & Jeux Video)
    Published early STC stories. Publisher unknown. French editions of the early graphic novel compilations were also released.
    IN GERMAN:
    -Sonic Der Comic
    The most well-known of STC’s foreign versions. STC strips are printed alongside film reviews, wrestling articles and, most bizarrely of all, a Mr. T comic strip. Publisher unknown.
    IN ITALIAN:
    -Sonic videogame & fumetti
    STC strips in Italian. Publisher unknown.
    IN DUTCH:
    -Sonic magazine
    Said to be largely the same as the UK edition. Publisher unknown.
    ——————————
    IDW SONIC THE HEDGEHOG
    Country of origin: America
    IN FRENCH:
    -Sonic the Hedgehog
    Beginning in 2018, Mana Books has been releasing French translations of IDW Sonic’s graphic novel collections. They seem to contain largely the same content as their American counterparts. The most notable difference is that these books have been released only in hardback.
    IN SOUTH AMERICA
    -Sonic the Hedgehog
    IDW will be releasing their own Latin Spanish translation of the first graphic novel in June 2020.
     
    Do you know of any other releases, or have any more info on the ones mentioned? Let me know!
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    Noodle Panda got a reaction from SBR2 in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    Basically this. Never let Sonic do this again:


    Honesty kind of surprised these panels have never been meme’d or anything.
    EDIT: this neither

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    Noodle Panda reacted to Dr. Detective Mike in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    Thank you. I do sometimes worry a bit when it takes a while to get replies but eventually people do reassure me they're actually engaging with the material with me, which is great. I did know about the Super Special #6, however, I also almost forgot about its existence for a while there. Thinking a bit too much about how my opinion is slowly morphing into something negative because of all the new info I'm finding on Ken's intention with this arc. 
    Also, I'm going to have to go back and re-visit a Knuckles mini-series that I missed because the previous reading order list I was following messed up. I've got a new one now though.
    I'll check them both out then. It might be worth comparing and contrasting a few things.
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    Noodle Panda got a reaction from Dr. Detective Mike in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    I’d say look at both if possible.
    I actually think some parts of the original look better.
    Steven Butler’s version of Sonic spindashing across the room to deck Robotnik in the face is so bland compared to the original Spaz version.
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    Noodle Panda got a reaction from lbyrd2 in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    I assume he’s using it to try and get through to the zombots.
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    Noodle Panda got a reaction from Silvereyes in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    I can name a couple of odd changes between the two versions off the top of my head:
    Both versions have different titles. The original is “The Big Goodbye” (presumably since it was initially planned as the final issue), while the directors cut is “For Whom the Bell Tolls”. There’s an extra page near the beginning with Robotnik interrogating a random overlander. There’s some extra Antoine and Bunnie scenes. Some scenes have been redrawn by Steven Butler (the aforementioned Sonic decking Robotnik scene being one). Some pages during the final showdown have a couple of extra panels, one of which displays the Ultimate Annihilator striking Knothole. The final shot of Sonic and Robotnik being sucked into the black hole thing is followed by a random pencil mural courtesy of Spaz. There’s a full page of Sonic and Sally kissing after she wakes up. EDIT: I *think* there may have also an edited bit of dialogue on the first page, but I forget what it is.
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    Noodle Panda reacted to Silvereyes in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    I don't know what story you are referring too, sorry. I think I've only reached somewhere around 2009 in terms of Archie. Personally I think a remake is different from a director's cut. A director's cut is editing something that exists, with perhaps a small amount of new material thrown in, edited dialogue, etc. I could be wrong, but I think Ken Penders at one suggested the idea of doing a director's cut reprint of Mobius: 25 Years Later a while ago. (Could be wrong, the Penders saga is long and never ending.)
    A bit like that Archie issue which is just a retelling of a Satam episode, I'd constitute that as a remake rather than a director's cut. But I guess I am being rather pedantic here, if only to say that as far as I'm aware, I don't think there has ever been a Sonic issue quite like Sonic Super Special #6.
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    Noodle Panda reacted to Pelvic WOO! engine in Interesting revelations from Sonic 3 prototype   
    I think it's so awesome that the pc music tracks were originally from sonic 3 all along. The PC version was the sonic 3 i grew up with and when i first played the genesis version, i always wondered where and why those tracks went. Now i have closure. Thanks guys.
    It's like when wreck-it ralph finds out that venellope always belonged in that racing game.
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    Noodle Panda got a reaction from Monkey Destruction Switch in Foreign releases of English Sonic comics   
    I love learning about and/or collecting international versions of English Sonic comics.
    I want to find out about as many different versions as possible, and to be able to add to the list below:
    ARCHIE SONIC THE HEDGEHOG
    Country of origin: America
    IN THE UK:
    -Jetix Official Magazine
    The official companion magazine to the Jetix TV channel began publishing snippets of Archie’s Sonic X comic in issue 24 (early 2006) and continued until the magazines discontinuation at issue 68 (summer 2009). In total, the entirety of Sonic X issues 1-9 were printed, with half of issue 10 being printed at the time of discontinuation.
    -Sonic Interactive Annual 2014
    Published by Pedigree Books, it contained the story “Lost in the Moment” from StH#231 within the book itself, while “Sonic Generations” (#230) and “Sonic Colours” (#219) could be obtained digitally via the books interactive pages.
    -All About... #73
    This monthly magazine from Egmont focuses on a different subject each month. Issue 73, published in early 2014, was all about Sonic! Along with the various puzzles, games, and stickers, it contained two Archie comic strips: “Sonic Colours” (StH#219) and “Sonic Unleashed” (StH#193).
    IN FRENCH:
    -Sonic X
    Published by Jungle Kids, this four-book series collected stories from Archie’s Sonic X. The issues printed across the four books:
    Book 1: #1-#2
    Book 2: #?-#? (don’t own this volume, info needed!)
    Book 3: #38-#39
    Book 4: #33, #40
    -Sonic the Hedgehog
    Published across 7 books from 2012-2015 by Delcourt Jeunesse, this series collected various stories from the final stretch of Archie Sonic’s original continuity, to be precise: #226-#234, and #242-#246, plus some of the game tie-ins.
    IN GERMAN:
    -Sonic Das Comic Magazin
    This four-issue quarterly magazine from Panini Comics collected the first eight issues of Archie’s Sonic Universe. It ran from July 2012-January 2013.
    -Sonic the Hedgehog
    After the cancellation of the above magazine, Panini moved onto a 9-issue quarterly comic series that printed the entirety of Archie Sonic issues from #226-#244 (only skipping #242). It ran from March 2013-May 2014, after which it was prematurely cancelled (a tenth issue was scheduled but never released). Each issue came with a free poster, and contained a puzzle page, and sometimes even character profiles.
    -Sonic Sonderband
    This single book, released by Panini, was a combined version of the first two Sonic Archives volumes.
    IN FINNISH:
    -Sonic the Hedgehog
    Early Archie Sonic comic stories (including those from the original miniseries) were published in Finland by Semic, and were around from as early as 1994. It apparently had a short run, only lasting for a year. They had their own letters pages, and even a game hint corner of some kind.
    IN BRAZIL:
    -Sonic X
    Sonic X issues published in two comics by On Line Editora.
    -Sonic
    Magazine by an unknown publisher. At least one issue featured content from Sonic Universe’s “30 Years Later” arc.
    ——————————
    SONIC THE COMIC (FLEETWAY)
    Country of origin: UK
    IN FRENCH:
    -Sonic Mag (B.D. & Jeux Video)
    Published early STC stories. Publisher unknown. French editions of the early graphic novel compilations were also released.
    IN GERMAN:
    -Sonic Der Comic
    The most well-known of STC’s foreign versions. STC strips are printed alongside film reviews, wrestling articles and, most bizarrely of all, a Mr. T comic strip. Publisher unknown.
    IN ITALIAN:
    -Sonic videogame & fumetti
    STC strips in Italian. Publisher unknown.
    IN DUTCH:
    -Sonic magazine
    Said to be largely the same as the UK edition. Publisher unknown.
    ——————————
    IDW SONIC THE HEDGEHOG
    Country of origin: America
    IN FRENCH:
    -Sonic the Hedgehog
    Beginning in 2018, Mana Books has been releasing French translations of IDW Sonic’s graphic novel collections. They seem to contain largely the same content as their American counterparts. The most notable difference is that these books have been released only in hardback.
    IN SOUTH AMERICA
    -Sonic the Hedgehog
    IDW will be releasing their own Latin Spanish translation of the first graphic novel in June 2020.
     
    Do you know of any other releases, or have any more info on the ones mentioned? Let me know!
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    Noodle Panda reacted to Linkabel in Linkabel's artwork!   
    Lock-on time~

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    Noodle Panda reacted to Zaysho in IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog   
    When? If this is about editors at Archie making Penders use Sega characters, prior to 2006, then I don't care. That certainly doesn't matter now.

    All of this is just you guessing.
     
    I don't care what imagined scenarios you come up with where you project your obvious fanboyism onto the rest of the fanbase and make it sound like that will compel IDW and Sega to sit Ian down and force him to write Shadow comics. Especially because you somehow missed the point of the post you quoted. I specifically said "Ian isn't going to lose his job for not proposing Shadow comics," because if he doesn't have one planned right now, they aren't going to be asking "WHERE'S SHADOW!?". I even strongly implied in the same post you quoted that he'd jump at the chance to do it if they had their own proposal. By this logic they should have done something about the Freedom Fighters by now. I seem to recall a decent amount of demand for them recently.
    Maybe you should actually read what I'm saying instead of putting words in my mouth and then trying to sound smart with posts about how it's all just a job and implying I don't understand that (when it should also be understood Ian seems flexible and is an actual professional; dude said he doesn't like Heroes and he included Metal Overlord anyway for those fans--he's never treated these books like his personal playground where only he is satisfied and that's obvious to anyone who's read more than the pages with their favorite character on them). It's especially insulting when I'm responding to exactly what you write.
    I'm not doubting Ian is frustrated by certain things not being in his control--who wouldn't be--but you inferring what goes on in his head with this book because he explains what his limits are doesn't interest me.
    That's more addressing an ongoing problem in this thread damn near monthly regarding this character. And it's same thing every month. And you are almost always at the center of these arguments. Go figure.
    Your posts on this page imply it's imperative Ian write a Shadow mini, claiming it's something people want and it's something that Sega is going to want to satisfy an imagined demand you're proposing. Your posts indeed sound like you think Shadow is being ignored so I don't think me reading fanboyism into that statement is too far off (this post from Friday by you sounds an awful lot like something with Shadow would need to be addressed). It's ironic coming from someone who wants to come off as being all "in the know."
    In summary: Shadow isn't as important as you want to make him out to be, and Sega isn't going to make IDW fire Ian over it because it's never going to come up the way you say it will. In the off chance Sega requests or suggests something, Ian would do it because he's a professional. So for the last time read my posts, and if you can't actually respond to the words I'm writing or approach discussion about this character with a hint of intellectual honesty or without throwing around your imagined scenarios as an understanding of the comics business (that you somehow are the only one who understands), then do not bother replying to me.
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    Noodle Panda got a reaction from Sonictrainer in Interesting revelations from Sonic 3 prototype   
    Looks like there was a homing attack-like move in the game at one point.
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    Noodle Panda got a reaction from Supah Berry in Interesting revelations from Sonic 3 prototype   
    Looks like there was a homing attack-like move in the game at one point.
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    Noodle Panda got a reaction from Miragnarok in Interesting revelations from Sonic 3 prototype   
    Looks like there was a homing attack-like move in the game at one point.
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    Noodle Panda got a reaction from Spooky Mulder in Weird Official Sonic Art   
    I think they drew him as if he was standing on a ledge or something. Note how a chunk of the sole on the smaller foot is missing, as if there used to be a bit of ground there.
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