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Archie’s Sonic the Hedgehog 001-010
001-010 | 011-020 | 021-030 | 031-040 | 041-050 | 051-060 | 061-070 | 071-080 | 081-090 | 091-100 | 101-110 | 111-120 | 121-130 | 131-140 | 141-150 | 151-160 | 161-170 | 171-180 | 181-190 | 191-200 | 201-210 | 211-220 | 221-230 | 231-240 | 241-250

Sonic the Hedgehog # 001
Released: August 1993 | Cover: Unknown

Meet Me at the Corner of Hedgehog and Vine
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Bill White
One of Robotnik's Swatbots develops a mechanical plant called "Krudzu," which has a liking for metal and water. Robotnik decides to use it to get rid of the Great Forest, the hiding place of the freedom fighters. Meanwhile in Knothole Antoine, decides to get Sally a bouquet of flowers in the hopes she will pay more attention to him. Unfortunately Antoine needs to a few more lessons in botany.

You Bet my Life!
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Bill White
Boomer (later re-named Rotor) discovers that Robotnik is making a big presentation in the Casino Night Zone! So Sonic decides to go along only to end up trapped by Robotnik's latest invention: The Orbinaut!



Sonic the Hedgehog # 002
Released: September 1993 | Cover: Dave Manak

Triple Trouble
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Jon D'asostino | Colors: Daryl Amercia
Robotnik sends out his newest badnik, Coconuts, to take out Sonic and Tails, but the plan ends up in ruins so Robotnik retaliates by sending two more badniks - Scratch and Grounder!

Vertigo A Go-Go
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Jon D'asostino | Colors: Daryl Amercia
A group of rings sends Sonic to a special zone where he meets Al and Cal, the guardians of the zone.

All the Mail's about Tails!
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Jon D'asostino | Colors: Daryl Amercia
Sonic and Tails read some fan mail which speculate on how Tails came to have two Tails.

Also includes the short stories: Foiled Again, and Two Timer.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 003
Released: October 1993 | Cover: Dave Manak

The Bomb Bugs Me
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Jon D'asostino | Colours: Linda and Daryl Amercia
In a story that is anti nuclear, Sonic is informed by Boomer and Sally that Robotnik has "The Bomb." So the freedom fighters decide to form a protest group to distract Robotnik while Boomer tricks Crabmeat into giving up the bomb.
Rabbot Deployment
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Jon D'asostino | Colours: Linda and Daryl Amercia
Boomer and Sonic are sent to Southern Mobius to spy on Robotnik, where they find Swatbots roboticising a rabbit. Sonic spins to the rescue but she is half roboticised, and decides to come back to Knothole and join the freedom fighters.
Also includes the short stories: Tails Fairy Tales, Double Speak and Paper Trail.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 004
Released: November 1993 | Cover: Dave Manak

Lizard of Odd
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Henry Scarpelli | Colours: Barry Grossma
Robotnik decides to create the ultimate creature to destroy Sonic, by robotocising the next creature to to be captured which turns out to be a rather measly Salamander, but with a little help from Buzzbomber Robotnik gets his wish sort of.
Tails' Little Tale
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Henry Scarpelli | Colours: Barry Grossman
A continuation of the above story, while Sonic rests after defeating Robotniks latest creation (come on you knew he was going to win), Tails embarks on his first solo adventure! Meanwhile nearby, despite his recent failure, Robotnik is in the middle of a company picnic (I guess ha has to keep the robots moral up or something), and sends Buzzbomber and Orbinaut to take the two tailed fox down.
Also includes the short stories: Antoine's Vain Refrain, HorizontAL & VertiCAL, Bad-niks Bazar, and Hare Styling.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 005
Released: December 1993 | Cover: Dave Manak

Olympic Trials and Error
Script: Angelo DeCesare | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Jon D'agostino | Colours: Barry Grossman
Sonic and Tails, bump into Robotniks latest plan to robotocise the freedom fighters, The Robotropolis Olympic Games where Robotnik promises to return Mobius to normal if the freedom fighters can even win one of four events.
Chomp on THIS, Chump
Script: Angelo Decesare | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Jon D'agostino | Colours: Barry Grossman
Boomer (Rotor) orders an Ant farm by mail-order not realising it's from Robotnik who sends the freedom fighters a Termite-nator instead which starts to eat pretty much everything.
Also includes the short stories: Ten Second Workout, and Fast Food.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 006
Released: January 1994 | Cover: Dave Manak & Henery Scarpelli

The Spin Doctor
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Henery Scarpelli | Colours: Barry Grossman
Sonic leads an attack from the freedom fighters on Robotnik's factory only to find Robotnik has relocated to MT. Mobius, an active volcano. The hedgehog decides to go it alone against Robotnik and faces off against a whole active volcano full of enemies and finds a few friends, in an adaptation of Sonic Spinball.
Sonic's Christmas Carol
Script: Angelo DeCesare | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Henery Scarpelli
A re-enactment of Charles Dickens "A Christmas Carol," with the Sonic cast, also features the first appearance of Snively (Robotnik's nephew), and the first time Archie gets Rotor's name right.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 007
Released: February 1994 | Cover: Dave Manak & Jon D'Agostino

Uncle Chuck's Treasure
Script: Angelo Decesare | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Jon D'agostino | Colours: Barry Grossman
Rotor has a go on Tail's new see-saw with Tails ending up in the ceiling, where he finds a map to Uncle Chucks greatest treasure. The freedom fighters then set off in search of the treasure in the hopes it will be a way to stop Robotnik. The map leads them to a toxic waste dump where Robotnik attacks.
Sorceress in Distress
Script: Angelo Decesare | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Jon D'Agostino | Colours: Barry Grossman
Sonic and friends dress up for there annual Fright Night Party, Sally decides to go as a sorceress but is still in need of a staff. Finding a stick in the great forest Sally decides to test it, amazingly it appears to work, but Robotnik witnesses this and has plans for this sorceress.
Also includes the short story: The Shadow Nose, Details are Sketchy, and Princess Cruises.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 008
Released: March 1994 | Cover: Dave Manak & Jon D'Agostino

Bot's All Folks
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Jon D'Agostino | Colours: Barry Grossman
Crabmeat is caught with a collection of Sonic the Hedgehog comics, which inspires Dr. Robotnik to build super powered robots to take on Sonic, and so let the parodies of super heroes begin.
A Little Music Goes a Long Way
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Jon D'Agostino
Sonic plays his guitar inspiring the freedom fighters to form a band, which of course doesn't sit too well with there local polluter, Dr. Robotnik. Snively comes to his Uncles rescue with his latest invention a shrink ray!.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 009
Released: April 1994 | Cover: Dave Manak & Jon D'Agostino

Pseudo-Sonic
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Henry Scarpelli | Colours: Barry Grossman
Robotnik uses the knowledge he has gathered from his previous battles with Sonic to build his latest, greatest invention, 'The Pseudo-Sonic' to infiltrate Knothole and finally reveal the location to Robotnik.
What's the Point?
Script: Angelo DeCesare| Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Henry Scarpelli
While gathering flowers as a birthday present for Sally, Sonic comes upon a Mobian Needlebird with a broken wing



Sonic the Hedgehog # 010
Released: May 1994 | Cover: Dave Manak & Jon D'Agostino

Revenge of the Nerbs
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Art Mawhinny | Colours: Barry Grossman
Sonic and the Freedom Fighters are out looking for power cables to steal electricity from Robotropolis when they are caught in a force field, however an unwilling ally helps them escape, but escape to where?
'Twan With the Wind
Script: Angelo DeCesare | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Art Mawhinney
The Freedom Fighters use Antoine's hot air balloon to scout out a suitable location for their picnic but whatever they do Robotnik is never far behind.



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