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Review – Sonic The Hedgehog #1 (IDW Publishing)

Review – Sonic The Hedgehog #1 (IDW Publishing)

Publisher: Idw Publishing Writer: Ian Flynn Artist: Tracy Yardley, Jim Amash, Bob Smith Colourist: Matt Herms Letterer: Corey Breen Release Date: 4th April 2018 After a short time away from the comics industry, the blue blur comes racing into IDW Publishing with Archie Comics legend Ian Flynn leading the charge, utilising an all-new universe and a rotating roster of artists to make Sonic’s latest adventure come to life in spectacular fashion. Now I’ve had a long history of being a fan of the ol’ anthropomorphic Hedgehog, growing up with his games, his comics and the oh-so-massive roster of ridiculous allies and villains that I became all too familiar with. And while Sonic has suffered through a rocky few years of success and failure, the character still remains somewhat of an icon for kids, longtime fans and weird reviewers in their late teens (cough). I’ll admit, I was perhaps a little apprehensive, especially knowing that Sonic’s run at Archie Comics went in so many strange directions, with world-ending, time-bending and mind-bending storylines, overarching plot threads and the expansion of this property in whatever hell direction they wanted. What Writer Ian Flynn brings to the table this issue however, is just fantastic [...]



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