With all the hype of Sonic Boom launching this month it seems right that I pick up the tie in comic which came out in the UK this week and start to get my head around this new re-imagining of our favorite blue hedgehog and friends.
Hello everyone, I know I’ve been a little quiet on here of late but to be honest I haven’t felt the enthusiasm I used to to work on the site for a while and the feeling hasn’t really gone away, I may come back to things in a bit but for now expect my hiatus to continue.
In the meantime have some info on a launch event for Smash Brothers from HelenBaby happening in London this October, it’s Sonic related cause you know it features Sonic, anyway see below:
“In October 2013 it was confirmed that our favorite speedy blue mascot Sonic the Hedgehog would be making his second appearance in the Smash Bros franchise, being a playable character in both the 3DS and Wii U versions of the new Super Smash Bros. Being one of (if not the) biggest releases of the year for both consoles, there is no doubt that Nintendo console owning Sonic fans will be purchasing this hotly anticipated title by the bucket load.
To celebrate its release StreetPass London will be holding a launch event two days after its release. Taking place on Sunday the 5th October at the Royal Festival Hall, attendees can expect a fun-packed Smash Bros 3DS tournament, general knowledge quiz, and prizes a-plenty. Also present on the day will be the usual jovial banter, plus all your favorite games including Mario Kart 7, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate etc.
Being that I run both StreetPass London and the SonicLondon meet-up group I’m obviously keen to see Sega fans come along and represent our blue hero up in that space. Hopefully see you there!
First and foremost, my personal opinion does not mean everyone on this site, or its affiliates share it.
But after hearing people weigh in on the whole Sonic BOOM and seeing people either praising or demanding heads on a stick; I decided it was time to pass on a fair warning to the publisher who has found themselves in the steely gaze of the Sonic Community. (continue reading…)
With the combination of my job (19 days before I get 2 off) and my video game addiction (Final Fantasy then Assassins Creed 3-4 then Batman Origins then Secret World then Ghost Recon Phantoms then alskdffg4345 *overdoses* .w. ) and THEN writing in my SECOND book, I have been slacking off hardcore with the comic and I r sorry.
However I r doing things again. I am trying to build up steam and get things moving as you can see here.
What is this you ask? Why have I been distracted as of late? Why have I been skipping out of Comics, not bothering to put together promised archs or completing things on time? I mostly blame video games in general. However;
Ever wanted a site to find out UK gaming events, well HelenBaby has set up a site with the idea of compiling a comprehensive list of UK gaming events, and it seems to have quiet a bit there. It’s worth a look, find it here.
The tablet I draw on is encountering errors on the laptop when I plug it in. So its either my tablet or my laptop; both are too expensive for me to replace with the fact that my finances are in the toilet. Don’t worry about me folks, I’m not starving and my ‘house’ has wheels.
I am working on TWO Projects with Jerry. One includes the entire EC Staff in the Comic Arch I am calling “Basements and Critters,” a Dungeon and Dragons SLASH Warhammer Fantasy Parody wherein the very talented writer TheRandomGenius has inspired the arch with his awesome fanfiction wherein Vger and Urth find themselves in Yu-Gi-Oh’s Universe.
The other is a Fan Fiction Story called MARS4. A Fanfiction because it is set in Sonic’s World; right after the ‘Civil War’ and the Kingdom of Acorn became a Republic…but has absolutely NOTHING to do with Sonic the Hedgehog; or any of the Franchise Characters.
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