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Archie’s Sonic the Hedgehog 071-080
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Sonic the Hedgehog # 071
Released: March 1999 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvey Mercadoocasio

Tales Of The Great War - In The Beginning
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Jim Amash | Colours: Barry Grossman
Tails and Amy visit the library and start to discover the history of Mobius.
Retro Activity
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Steven Butler | Inker: Pam Eklund | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
We've billed it as the strangest issue of Sonic you will ever read! Why? It could be because it's a completely backwards issue (and boy, do we mean it)! It has a lot to do with Knothole Village being in danger because it's three hours ahead. Just wait 'til you see what happens when Sonic tries to save it.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 072
Released: April 1999 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvo Mercadoocasio

I, Robotnik
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Steven Butler | Inker: Pam Eklund | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
I, Robotnik. Television comes to Mobotropolis. A royal ceremony is scheduled to be the inaugural broadcast, but what's this? A history of Robotnik instead? What's going on here? Whatever you do, don't touch that dial!
Tales Of the Great War - Part I - The Shot Heard 'Round The World
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Jim Amash | Colours: Barry Grossman
Emerson roams the forest and comes across a friendly Overlander with a gun. And with a gun around, someone could get hurt...



Sonic the Hedgehog # 073
Released: May 1999 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvo Mercadoocasio

The Truth Is Out There...
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Steven Butler | Inker: Pam Eklund | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
The madman himself may be gone, but his evil lives on. We're speaking of course of Robotnik's satellites, which link to each other while in orbit, forming a mega-sized space base. Meanwhile, back on Mobius, Sonic's parents are about to celebrate their wedding anniversary - complete with new wedding bands fashioned from power rings. The celebration is cut short by the threat of the space base, and Sonic and the Freedom Fighters reunite in secret to investigate the mysterious satellites and who might be behind it all, and are spaceward bound to investigate. That is, if they can get off the ground - for just as they are about to leave, they receive a distress signal from Sonic's parents urging them to return at once. What diabolical menace has befallen our heroes now? You have three guesses- and the first two don't count!
Tales Of the Great War - Part II - The Big Bad One
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Jim Amash | Colours: Barry Grossman
Uncle Chuck visits the library.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 074
Released: June 1999 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvo Mercadoocasio

Don't Call It A Comeback!
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Steven Butler | Inker: Pam Eklund | Colours:Frank Gagliardo
The intrigue continues as Sonic and the Freedom Fighters return to Knothole Village to find only his parents there. Where did everyone else go? Fed up, Sonic and the Freedom Fighters take off into orbit to personally investigate the mysterious satellites. Now they're in outer space in search of answers­ and the culprit behind their friend's disappearance. But once they find out who the village-napper is, they might wish they'd never asked. This issue leads us into Sonic's 75th issue extravaganza!!!
Tales Of the Great War - Part III
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Jim Amash | Colours: Barry Grossman
Julian sends Kodos to the Zone of Silence!



Sonic the Hedgehog # 075
Released: July 1999 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvo Mercadoocasio

I Am The Eggman
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Steven Butler | Inker: Pam Eklund | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Dr. Robotnik is back, and he's carrying a whole new bag of tricks and surprises. For starters, he's imprisoned Sonic and The Freedom Fighters and he intends to roboticize them.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 076
Released: August 1999 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvey Mercadoocasio

Business As Usual
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Fry | Inker: Andrew Pepoy | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Sonic and The Freedom Fighters are back on Mobius and land in the newly re-christened Robotropolis. Before heading out to Knothole and rejoining the others, they try to accomplish a dangerous mission with the help of... Snively?
Tales of the Great War - Another Point of View
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Chris Allan | Inker: Jim Amash | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
While evading capture by Shadow Bots Tails, Bunnie Antoine and Sonic's parents attempt to rescue Jeremiah from the library before he's discovered.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 077
Released: September 1999 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvey Mercadoocasio

Rebel Without A Pause
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: James Fry | Inker: Andrew Pepoy | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Sonic and Sally tirelessly continue their crusade against Dr. Robotnik, even if it goes against King Max's wishes. After their latest escapades, the king finally orders Sonic to his chambers. What fate awaits him? Meanwhile, Sally has a tearful reunion of sorts with Alicia, who sleeps peacefully in her cryogenic tube. And what's this lurking on the horizon? Could Overlander vessels be heading for Mobius?
Tales of the Great War - For Better or Worse...
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Chris Allan | Inker: Jim Amash | Colours: Barry Grossman
Bernie recalls when Jules was hurt in battle.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 078
Released: October 1999 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvey Mercadoocasio

Changes
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: James Fry | Inker: Andrew Pepoy | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
A defining moment for Sonic and his friends as Sonic is finally knighted and King Max declares the formation of the Kingdom of Knothole - a state that will serve as a [haven] for all Mobians who wish to live free of Robotnik's tyranny. Furthermore, he announces the reformation of the Knothole Freedom Fighters - officially sanctioned to serve in conjunction with Geoffrey's Secret Service Team to keep the peace. And a fragile peace it is, as Robotnik and his charges still lurk about, plotting their revenge against Sonic. As if that weren't enough, in his quest to fortify his computer for his latest onslaught, Robotnik finds and launches a file that will ultimately tie into the upcoming adaptation of the Sega Dreamcast game. And wait until you see who the first lieutenant is.
Tales of the Great War - What Really Happened
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Chris Allan | Inker: Jim Amash | Colours: ???
Uncle Chuck uses his roboticizer to try to save Jules' life and the war against the Overlanders ends.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 079
Released: December 1999 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvey Mercadoocasio

The Discovery - A Sonic Adventure Tie-In
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: James Fry | Inker: Andrew Pepoy | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Inspired by the popular "Sonic Adventure" game for the hot Sega "Dreamcast" platform! When Nate Morgan uses his telecrate technology to infiltrate Dr. Robotnik's computer network, he receives transmissions that send shivers down the Freedom Fighter's spines: the dastardly Doc has ordered an excavation somewhere near the mysterious Cat Country - leading them to believe he may have found the Hidden City of the Ancients! Nate and The Freedom Fighters are immediately dispatched to quell the threat - all, that is, except for Amy Rose, who the others feel is too young. Amy is outraged - Tails is allowed to go on the mission, and he's the same age as her! Will that stop her? Heck, no! Amy calls upon the powers of the Ring of Acorns to make herself older - transforming herself into her "Dreamcast" counterpart, and depleting the ring of all its energy in the process! The price is a harsh one, as the ring has been used in the service of healing the Queen. Fearing ill effects, Nate insists Amy comes along on the mission with them. Can they survive Amy's amazing transformation? For that matter, can Amy?! It's a journey of discovery that will lead our fearless heroes to the startling new world depicted in the Sonic Adventure Dreamcast game!
The Chaos Factor
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Steven Butler | Inker: Pam Eklund | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Knuckles dreams about fighting a water creature near the Master Emerald and failing which caused the Floating Island to crash into the ocean. Imagine his surprise when he wakes up to find the Floating Island IS in the ocean...
Tales of the Great War (The Conclusion) - Life Under-Ground
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Chris Allan | Inker: Jim Amash | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
The senses-shattering conclusion to the epic "Tales of the Great War" back-up series.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 080
Released: December 1999 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvey Mercadoocasio

If Wishes Were Acorns
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: James Fry | Inker: Andrew Pepoy | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Amy Rose uses the "Ring of Acorns" to make herself older (like her Dreamcast counterpart). Accompanying Sonic and the Freedom Fighters to the "Hidden City of the Ancients". It is a journey of discovery that will lead the heroes to the startling new world depicted in Dreamcast's Sonic Adventure game!
Land Fall
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Steven Butler | Inker: Pam Eklund
In the second story: Knuckles really has his hands full as he has to deal with the damage caused last issue by the wretched Robotnik and his horrid horde of Shadowbots, after having descended upon the Floating Island. It's all part of Robotnik's quest to find "Perfect Chaos" - a hibernating dragon-like monster made of living water. In order to revive it, Robotnik needs a major power source. Having his evil eyes set on the Floating Island's "Master Emerald" - he ends up destroying a portion of the Chaos Chamber and its surrounding land mass to get it!
Swallowing Trouble
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Jim Valentino | Inker: Ken Penders | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Also in the issue: an introduction to Dreamcast's new star, Big The Cat!



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