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Archie’s Sonic the Hedgehog 091-100
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 # 091
Released: November 2000 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Ken Penders

Kids of the Spider Woman
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: James Fry | Inker: Andrew Pepoy | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Sonic has prevented the Sword of Acorns from falling into Doctor Robotnik's clutches, but now it's in the hands of the notorious Kodos, Mobotropolis' former warlord. As if the situation wasn't bad enough, when some unexpected visitors arrive at Doctor Robotnik's doorstep asking for aid, it's up to Sonic to talk them out of such a hasty decision. But why aren't they willing to listen to him?
Hired Guns
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Steven Butler | Inker: Pam Eklund | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Knuckles is on the loose and more dangerous than ever. His fellow echidnas sic none other than the Weasel siblings Nack and Nic on his trail to bring him back. Could there be a showdown in Sonic's feature?



Sonic the Hedgehog # 092
Released: January 2001 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvey Mercadoocasio

The Wrath of Khan
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Michael Higgins | Inker: Jim Amash & Pam Eklund | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
The Wrath Of Khan! Monkey Khan, that is. The cyborg-simian created by Doctor Robotnik returns, and this time the furry fury's got it in for his maker and all Overlanders in general. In an ironic twist, Sonic goes from protecting the newly arrived Overlanders from Eggman last issue, to defending them against Monkey Khan this issue! If he doesn't they might go running scared into Robotnik's clutches after all.
Premonition
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Ron Lim | Inker: Jim Amash | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
And in the back story, "Premonition," is the Sonic Shuffle tie-in.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 093
Released: January 2001 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Ken Penders

Crime 'N Punishment
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: James Fry | Inker: Pam Eklund | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Sonic returns to Knothole and finds himself in hot water because of the missing Sword of Acorns! Angered by the frosty reception, he hastily leaves with Tails, Rotor and Mina. Sonic blames himself and can't stop thinking about the sword. And Robotnik is also angry over the lost Sword of Acorns, terrified it will get in rebel hands and actually restore free will to those he's imprisoned. The facts don't stop Robotnik, however: he pretends to have the Sword in a nefarious plot to hoodwink the newly arrived Overlanders.
Bagging the Big One
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Ken Penders | Inker: Ken Penders | Colours: Ken Penders
And in the back story, "Bagging The Big One," As his search for the Floating Island continues, Knuckles discovers he's the quarry of more than a few interested parties, each racing to beat the other. Unfortunately for them, this isn't the Knuckles they've all dealt with before...



Sonic the Hedgehog # 094
Released: February 2001 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvey Mercadoocasio

New Order
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: James Fry | Inker: Pam Eklund | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
As beautiful as the new Knothole Village is, Sonic just can't adjust to it knowing that Robotnik's presence - and that of the Overlanders - persists in Robotropolis. For his part, Elias has chosen the path of peace, electing to focus on turning Knothole into a permanent habitat rather than trying to reclaim Robotropolis. By issue's end, however, dark alliances shall be made and peril shall befall the Freedom Fighters - in the form of both natural disasters and wicked enemies.
The Best Laid Plans...
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Ron Lim | Inker: Ken Penders | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Charmy and Safron attempt to help Knuckles in the conclusion to this latest Knuckles trilogy.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 095
Released: March 2001 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvey Mercadoocasio

Enemy Mine
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: James Fry | Inker: Pam Eklund and Jim Amash | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
A trip to Robotropolis to rescue the roboticized Overlanders baffles Sonic and Bunnie, as many of the Overlanders haven't even been roboticized! Meanwhile, Kodos has gone over the top, affected by radiation, leading Sonic and Bunnie to assist Arachnis in battle against Kodos as they attempt to make their way through the Great Forest. Is Kodos' condition part of a bigger threat? Can Arachnis be trusted? And just what can Robotnik be up to by allowing the Overlanders to exist free of roboticization?
When Destiny Calls
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Ron Lim | Inker: Ken Penders | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
His fellow echidnas might not have the answers to Knuckles' problem, but Athair believes he does. He recruits Tails, along with Merlin Prower, to assist with the solution, leading to the moment many have asked for.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 096
Released: April 2001 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvey Mercadoocasi

The Messenger
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Nelson Ribiero | Inker: Pam Eklund and Jim Amash | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
The answers to many questions are revealed - and a few new ones are raised. Has his Majesty's Secret Service learned of Sonic's heroic, secret trip to Robotropolis? Will Princess Sally and Sonic finally see each other again? Has Dr. Robotnik finally figured out a way to get back into Knothole Village?
The Chosen One
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Ron Lim | Inker: Ken Penders | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
The Knuckles and Tails story continues.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 097
Released: May 2001 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvey Mercadoocasio

My Secret Identity
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Nelson Ribeiro & Harvey Mercadoocasio | Inker: Ken Penders & Pam Eklund | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Geoffrey manages to piece together half of Uncle Chuck's message from the damaged Shadow-Bot, and he and his secret service team embark on a mission to Robotropolis to retrieve it. Meanwhile, an incognito Sonic begins his quest for Arachnis and Tails, but is sidetracked by Geoffrey's mission. The intrigue thickens when both the secret service and Sonic are captured by Overlanders, and Sonic does his best to maintain his anonymity in the midst of his cellmates. Can Sonic aid in their escape without blowing his cover? Plus, surprising unexpected revelations about Robotnik and Tails. And what's with all the missing Overlanders?
To the Brink
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Ron Lim | Inker: Ken Penders | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Another Knuckles back-up story, this time guest-starring Sonic's buddy Tails.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 098
Released: June 2001 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante, Ken Penders Josh & D. Ray

Sonic Adventure 2
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Patrick Spaziante | Inker: Harvey Mercadoocasio & Nelson Ribeiro | Colours: Patrick Spaziante & Nelson Ribeiro
When Station Square's chaos emerald is stolen by a super fast hedgehog, Sigma Alpha-2 goes searching for the most likely culprit...Sonic the Hedgehog.
As the Shadow Awakes
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Ron Lim | Inker: Pam Eklund | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
The military comes to ARK to take over Project Codename: Shadow.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 099
Released: July 2001 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvey Mercadoocasio

Blow By Blow
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Ron Lim | Inker: Pam Eklund & Andrew Pepoy | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Sally disguises herself as a servant and manages to sneak out of Castle Acorn in order to go see Sonic, but Sonic has his hands full trying to stay incognito while he continues his quest for Arachnis and the Sword.
What Comes Around Goes Around
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils:Ken Penders | Inker: Ken Penders | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
Plus, another Knuckles back-up story by Ken Penders.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 100
Released: August 2001 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Harvey Mercadoocasio

Reunion
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Ron Lim | Inker: Andrew Pepoy & Pam Eklund | Colours: Stephanie Vozzo
Sonic and Princess Sally reunite for the first time since Sonic was divested of his knighthood, but it's not quite what the heroic hedgehog had in mind. Ironically, it all takes place in that mechanized metropolis of Robotropolis, but that's not the most shocking surprise: the bitter-sweet reunion is made even more so by the loss of one of Knothole's own.
Welcome to the Dark Side
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Ken Penders | Inker: Ken Penders | Colours: Frank Gagliardo
The recent exploits and intrigue of Knuckles collide in one combustible story, as Knuckles faces off against Dmitri and the Dark Legion. The fact of literally everyone on Mobius hangs in the balance, not to mention Knuckles' family and friends, helplessly trapped in another zone.



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