8

Archie’s Sonic the Hedgehog 011-020
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 # 011
Released: June 1994 | Cover: Dave Manak & Jon D'Agostino

The Good, the Bad, and the Hedgehog
Script: Mike Kanterovich & Ken Penders | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Art Mawhinney | Colours: Barry Grossman
Meet The Anti-Sonic! The Freedom Fighters witness Robotnik dumping toxic waste into a river. Sonic tries taking a "short cut" via the Cosmic Interstate to get there, but winds up on an alternate Mobius, can he get back in time to help out the Freedom Fighters or will a strangely familiar hedgehog win?
Beat The Clock
Script: Mike Kanterovich & Ken Penders | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Art Mawhinney | Colours: Barry Grossman
Wanting to get to the top slot of Robotnik's Top Ten Badnik List, Coconuts traps the Freedom Fighters...
Food for Thought/You Are what you Eat
Script: Mike Kanterovich & Ken Penders | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Art Mawhinney | Colours: Barry Grossman
After scarfing a ton of chili dogs as a midnight snack, Sonic dreams that everyone has turned into junk food, a lesson for anyone planning on a fast food binge.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 012
Released: July 1994 | Cover: Dave Manak & Henry Scarpelli

A Timely Arrival
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Art Mawhinney | Colours: Barry Grossman
Robotnik builds a time machine to get rid of Sonic by transporting him to the past! Sonic enters the trap and lands ends up landing in prehistoric Mobius where he meets Sonugh the Boghog, the caveman Ivo Robughnik and other Freedom fighter ancestors - but they're all afraid of the surface because it offers no cover!
Bold-Headed Eagle
Script: Angelo DeCesare | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Rich Koslowski
Robotnik attacks with his newest invention - The Rambot! And while avoiding it and Robotnik in the Mobius Mountains, Sonic comes across an old eagle, Cyril who tells Sonic how his flock was roboticized and how he has lived in hiding for so long.
The Lynx is a Jinx
Script: Angelo DeCesare | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Rich Koslowski
While on a rescue mission, Sonic comes across a lynx named Larry A.K.A. The Super Jinx! And he proves this when the branch of a tree that he's sitting on gives way and injures some freedom fighters on the way down!



Sonic the Hedgehog # 013
Released: August 1994 | Cover: Dave Manak & Jon D'Agostino

This Island Hedgehog
Script: Ken Penders & Mike Kanterovich | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Jon D'Agostino | Colours: Barry Grossman
In an adaptation of Sonic The Hedgehog 3 for Genesis, Sonic and Tails meet Knuckles The Echidna! Knuckles has been tricked by Robotnik into thinking Sonic and Tails are after the islands Chaos Emeralds. And while he's busy interoggating the heroes, Robotniks up to his old dirty tricks...
Space in your Face
Script: Angelo DeCesare | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Jon D'Agostino
Before there was the Death Egg there was Robostorm! And Robotnik plans to launch it into orbit! This device will not only turn living beings into robots, it will also jam all regular television broadcasts and replace them with commercials!



Sonic the Hedgehog # 014
Released: September 1994 | Cover: Dave Manak & Jon D'Agostino

Tails' Taste of Power
Script: Angelo DeCesare | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: ??? | Colours: Barry Grossman
When Tails eats a piece of fruit he finds growing in Rotor's greenhouse it comes to be known that it's from the Mobian Tree of Wisdom - And it makes Tails into a super-genius!
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!
Script: Ken Penders & Mike Kanterovich | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Harvey Mercadoocasio
Robotnik plans to capture Sally and Bunnie in a booby- trapped shopping mall. After they're caught, the girls accuse Robotnik of being a MCP; they then smash Swatbots and gift-wrap Robotnik.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 015
Released: October 1994 | Cover: Dave Manak & Jon D'Agostino

Rockin' the 'Bot'
Script: Angelo DeCesare | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Harvey Mercadoocasio | Colours: Barry Grossman
While out running with, Sonic spies a frog in trouble! For rescuing it, the frog gives Sonic three magic stones: a green one for super strength, a yellow one for leaping great distances, and a red one for elasticity!
What's the Big Idea?
Script: Mike Kanterovich & Ken Penders | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Harvey Mercadoocasio
While Rotor works on a top secret project, the rest of the gang recall previous experiments that have gone awry.
Animal Magnetism
Script: Angelo DeCesare | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Jon D'agostino | Colours: ???
Dr. Robotnik has created the Magnabot with plans to capture Bunnie and use her as bait to get the other freedom fighters!



Sonic the Hedgehog # 016
Released: October 1994| Cover: Dave Manak & Jon D'Agostino

Sonic Under Glass
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Jon D'Agostino | Colours: Barry Grossman
Dr. Robotnik has finally been defeated and it appears that Sonic and Sally are finally getting married!!!! In reality, however, Robotnik has lured the freedom fighters to a place called Sleepy Hollow. Once there, they were gassed, put into a sleep, and trapped inside a virtual reality glass dome. As all their fantasies have come true, nobody wants to escape...
The Man from H.E.D.G.E.H.O.G.
Script: Angelo DeCesare | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker:Jon D'Agostino
Robotnik comes to the conclusion that there is a spy in his midst, since so many of his missions have failed. Thinking that he has found his spy in a mole, he uses the Wheel of Misfortune to randomize his plans to destroy Mobius.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 017
Released: November 1994 | Cover: Dave Manak & Jon D'Agostino

Gorilla Warfare/The Apes of Wrath
Script: Ken Penders & Mike Kanterovich | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Harvey Mercadoocasio | Colours: Barry Grossman
Robotnik travels to Skoal Island and finds one of his original bots: King Gong, a giant, 800 ton gorilla! He then sends the big ape to Mobotropolis to attack Sonic and the Freedom Fighters! But it seems that King Gong's interests lay instead with Sally...
Sally's Crusade - Part One: First Star I See Tonight
Script: Ken Penders & Mike Kanterovich | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Jon D'Agostino
While reminiscing about life as a little girl before Robotnik's takeover, Sally sees something fall from the sky, which turns out to be a shiny metal orb... What does it have to do with Sally? Find out, next issue in Sonic The Hedgehog #18.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 018
Released: December 1994 | Cover: Dave Manak & Jon D'Agostino

Wedding Bell Blues
Script: Mike Kanterovich & Ken Penders | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Harvey Mercadoocasio | Colours: Barry Grossman
Robotnik has gotten word of Sonic and Sally's impending wedding in a barn outside of the Great Forest and plans an attack! But there's more to this "wedding" than meets the eye...
Sally's Crusade - Part Two: In The Still of the Night
Script: Mike Kanterovich & Ken Penders | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Jon D'Agostino
While trying to determine the nature of the mysterious orb (Sonic 17), Sally is called to the bedside of her old mentor, Julayla, just before she dies.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 019
Released: January 1995 | Cover: Dave Manak & Jon D'Agostino

Night of a Thousand Sonics
Script: Mike Kanterovich & Ken Penders | Pencils: Dave Manak & Art Mawhinney | Inker: Rich Koslowski | Colours: Barry Grossman
A dimensional doorway has been opened in The Great Forest and out pops the Sonic Cyborg. After landing from the Cosmic Interstate (first seen in Sonic 11), it seems that in his dimension Dr. Robotnik turned the Freedom Fighters into cyborgs. But this was a mistake as the FF's became so powerful that they invaded Robotropolis and forcing the Robotnik of that dimension to resort drastic measures.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 020
Released: February 1995 | Cover: Dave Manak & Harvey Mercadoocasio

That's the Spirit
Script: Angelo DeCesare | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Harvey Mercadoocasio | Colours: ???
Exposure to an antimatter explosion renders Sonic invisible; Sally and the others [Tails being the exception] believe he is now dead. The comedic pacing and Manak's artwork mar what otherwise might have been a very poignant story.
Deadliest of the Species - Prologue
Script: Mike Kanterovich & Ken Penders | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Rich Koslowski | Colours: Barry Grossman
In the Prologue To The Princess Sally miniseries, while on a sabotage mission, Sally is confronted by someone claiming to be part of a rebel underground - Who is the someone... Geoffrey St. John! Just what does he want? You'll have to find that out in Part One of the Princess Sally Miniseries...



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




darklight

Emerald Coast 6.4 is a Phil 'Vger' Sims production 2005-2011. EC is powered by ground up Chao and pony's,
the grey Chaos Emerald (aka the evil one), magic and Wordpress. Sonic and all related characters are copyright of SEGA and Sonic Team and are
reproduced here without their permission. For best results this site should be viewed with Firefox, however other browsers are supported.