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Archie’s Sonic the Hedgehog 121-130
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Sonic the Hedgehog # 121
Released: March 2003 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Nelson Ribeiro

The Prince and the Revolution
Script: Benny Lee | Pencils: Ron Lim | Inker: Jim Amash and Pam Eklund | Colours: Ensen
St. John and Hershey have finally tracked Prince Elias Acorn down... but so have Robotnik's forces. Naturally, Sonic and the Freedom Fighters are on their way to save him and take him back... but will the Prince join them willingly?
Afterlife, Part One
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Ken Penders | Colours: Jason Jensen
Knuckles speaks to his ancestors, the Guardians of the Floating Island, in the Afterlife... but what about?
Song Bird
Script: Romy Chacon | Pencils: Steven Butler | Inker: Jim Amash | Colours: Jason Jensen
Mina is forced on stage by Sonic, who believes she can sing her heart out. Is he right or will the song fade out early?



Sonic the Hedgehog # 122
Released: April 2003 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante and Nelson Ribeiroh

Heart Held Hostage, Part One
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: J. Axer | Inker: Conor Tomas | Colours: Jason Jensen
The Sonic/Mina/Sally triangle comes to a head in this intriguing tale. Sally has been noticing Mina's attraction towards Sonic for many months now - and unfortunately she suspects that the feeling is mutual. Before she can confront them about their relationship, however, bounty hunter extraordinaire, Nack the Weasel, kidnaps her.
Afterlife, Part Two
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Ken Penders | Colours: Jason Jensen
This introspective story finds Knuckles pondering the early events of his past - from his parent marriage to his infancy.
When There Was Only One Guardian
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Dawn Best | Inker: Ken Penders | Colours: Jason Jensen
Finally, Julie-Su and Vector the Crocodile have - a heart to heart?



Sonic the Hedgehog # 123
Released: May 2003 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Nelson Ribeiro

Heart Held Hostage, Part Two
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: J. Axer | Inker: Conor Tomas | Colours: Jason Jensen
After Nack the Weasel and his bounty hunter crew kidnap Sally, Sonic and Mina set out to rescue her together. Things get dicey as danger levels get high for the two girls Sonic cares about most in life. The conclusion to last issue's story will force Sonic to choose between Mina and Sally once and for all in a tale that can't be missed.
Afterlife, Part Three
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Ken Penders | Colours: Jason Jensen
Knuckles continues to reflect upon his past and how he was groomed to become the Guardian of the Floating Island.
The Last Robian
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Pam Eklund | Colours: Jason Jensen
A mystery has engulfed the entire planet of Mobius - all the Roboticized Mobians have disappeared.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 124
Released: June 2003 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Nelson Ribeiro

Sonic Adventure 2.5: Alpha
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: J. Axer & Steven Butler | Inker: Conor Tomas & Jim Amash | Colours: Jason Jensen
Don't miss the thrilling return of Shadow, the popular character from the game, Sonic Adventure 2! But that is the least of Sonic's problems as aliens, known only as the Xorda, surround the entire planet of Mobius. What they want and why will be the talk of many Sonic fans for many issues to come! This 2-part saga concludes in SONIC # 125, the 10th Anniversary Issue of the Sonic comic book!
Afterlife, Part 4
Script: Ken Penders | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Ken Penders | Colours: Jason Jensen
The amazing conclusion to this epic tale starring Knuckles the Echidna!



Sonic the Hedgehog # 125
Released: July 2003 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante & Nelson Ribeiro

Sonic Adventure 2.5: Omega
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Dave Manak, Art Mawhinney, Dawn Best, Ron Lim, Steven Butler, and J. Axer | Inker: Andrew Pepoy, Nelson Ribeiro, Pam Eklund, J.D. & Aimee Ray, Jim Amash, and Conor Tomas | Colours: Jason Jensen
Special 10-year anniversary issue featuring an all-star artist jam. The celebration of Sonic's 10th Anniversary in comics might also be the beginning of the end for the blue blur, his friends and their enemies as well. The action picks up from the previous issue; Shadow returned to help in the fight against the alien Xorda who want nothing more than the destruction of Mobius. After reasoning and bargaining fail, the denizens of the planet must band together for their very survival! In the end, a hero will fall and the future of Mobius will be changed forever.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 126
Released: August 2003 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante and Nelson Ribeiro

Tossed in Space, Part 1: Red Chaos
Script: Benny Lee | Pencils: Steven Butler | Inker: Jim Amash | Colours: Jason Jensen
After last issue's pulse-pounding events, Sonic finds himself on a strange planet on the other side of the universe. While seeking a way home is his initial priority, his heroic instincts soon take over as he helps defend an alien race from their aggressors. By issue's end, Sonic will be forced to fight the last person he ever expected to face! You'll have to read it to believe it!
Tossed in Space, Part 2: Hog & Superhog
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: Steven Butler | Inker: Josh & Aimee Ray | Colours: Jason Jensen
The conclusion to part 1.
Better Read Than Dead
Script: Mike Gallagher | Pencils: Dave Manak | Inker: Jim Amash | Colours: Jason Jensen
The Off-Panel strip graduates from the letters page to become its own five-page story. Read in awe as Sonic and The Editor face the evil of... Deadline! Can they get the issue done on time before Sonic is erased from existence?



Sonic the Hedgehog # 127
Released: September 2003 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante and Nelson Ribeiro

Tossed In Space, Part 3: Evo-Solution
Script: Benny Lee | Pencils: Ron Lim | Inker: Conor Tomas | Colours: Jason Jensen
Sonic's space odyssey continues as he crash-lands on a strange planet... a planet that evolves faster than Sonic can even run. What can Sonic do while whole civilizations rise and fall around him? More importantly, what do the inhabitants of the planet think of our trespassing hedgehog? It's sci-fi with a Sonic spin.
Agent Sonic Vs. Agent Knuckles
Script: Michael Gallagher | Pencils: Michael Gallagher | Inker: Michael Gallagher | Colours: Jason Jensen
It's humour in a jugular vein that will drive you mad with laughter as we skewer one of our favourite cartoon strips (Spy vs. Spy parody).



Sonic the Hedgehog # 128
Released: October 2003 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante and Nelson Ribeiro

Tossed in Space, Part 4: Starmada
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: J. Axer | Inker: Michael Higgins | Colours: Jason Jensen
Sonic hooks up with a fleet of alien mercenary star ships banded together to find and destroy a space being of incredible power that has left a trail of galactic destruction in its wake. It turns out to be a nemesis from Sonic's past, namely: "E.V.E III", originally Robotnik's creation! E.V.E. was set free by Sonic way back in issue 22. Now Sonic finds out what she's been been doing with that freedom...destroying whole planets. Sonic feels responsible and sets out to find her first. Can he put an end to this "eve of destruction"?
Tossed in Space, Part 5: E.V.E.ILL
Script: Benny Lee | Pencils: Dawn Best | Inker: Jim Amash | Colours: Jason Jensen
The conclusion to Starmada.



Sonic the Hedgehog # 129
Released: October 2003 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante and Nelson Ribeiro

Tossed in Space, Part 6: Space Gamble
Script: Romy Chacon | Pencils: Dawn Best | Inker: Jim Amash | Colours: Jason Jensen
Move over, Nascar pros - Sonic is putting the pedal to the metal by entering a racing competition! Not the best thing to do with a damaged ship, but he can always use the prize money to fix it. Winning won't be that easy of course-he's only up against fastest beings of the universe! Will Sonic be able to cross the finish line first?
Tossed in Space, Part 7: Welcome To The Wheelworld
Script: Benny Lee | Pencils: Art Mawhinney | Inker: Michael Higgins | Colours: Jason Jensen
The new world Sonic finds himself in offers the best opportunity for to get back home to his family and friends. Too bad he's landed there right in the middle of the trial of the Bem scientist last seen in #118. Why is this trial so important and what does it have to do with Mobius? This must must-read tale features several surprises, including of Tails' parents!



Sonic the Hedgehog # 130
Released: November 2003 | Cover: Patrick Spaziante and Nelson Ribeiro

Home (Part 1 of 4): The Blue Blur Returns
Script: Karl Bollers | Pencils: J. Axer & Steven Butler | Inker: Michael Higgins & Jim Amash | Colours: Jason Jensen
The first entry in a four-part epic finds Sonic back from his adventure in outer space-and just in time, too, as the Kingdom of Acorn and the Empire of Robotnik are about to collide head-on in their monumental struggle to control Mobius! How will everybody react to Sonic's "return from the dead?" How will Sonic react to all the changes that have occurred during his absence? If you read only one Sonic comic in this lifetime, make it this one!!!



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