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Sonic The Comic #101 - April 1997
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Sonic The Comic #102 - April 1997
“Unnatural Disasters”
Writer: Lew Stringer
Artist: Richard Elson
Freak weather changes are happening all around Mobius, snowstorms that quickly change into heatwaves, which causes floods! Sonic discovers that a weather gerbil called Windy Wallis is up for an award for the most accurate weather predictions and upon going to check this out he discovers she was formerly a weapons engineer for Robotnik who plans on using a weather controlling machine to destroy the planet. Sonic easily manages to defeat her using her own machine, but as she’s sucked up into a tornado she vows to return…

“What Ever Happened to Super Sonic?”
Writer and Artist: Nigel Kitching
The insane Super Sonic faces the screen telling us he’s finally destroyed all life on Mobius, all except for you. As he reaches forward for the kill the real Super Sonic wakes up screaming from his nightmare. The woman he’s staying with, Marge, comes to check on him but he tells her everything is all right so she goes to talk with her husband Arthur instead. She says she feels sorry for Super Sonic because he’s lost his memory and has constant nightmares but Arthur argues against her saying they should throw Super Sonic out on the street! Upon hearing them argue Super Sonic decides to leave so he can find out who he is. So Marge gives him some money to help him on his way. As he walks down the street he passes Amy and Johnny who are trying to track his energy signals down without any luck. The two Freedom Fighters decide that since the energy signal is so weak Super Sonic can’t be a threat and that the chances are he’s made a run for it and is miles away. So they call it a day.

“Invasion of the Veg Heads – Part Two”
Writer: Lew Stringer
Artist: Andy Pritchitt
Sonic, Harry Mole and Farmer Nige have been captured by the Veg-Heads, but since Sonic has fought much worse foes then this he quickly breaks them all free. Sonic and Harry travel to the Chemical Plant Zone where they discover toxic waste has been flowing into the water causing the vegetables to mutate. When Sonic gets back to the farm he finds the villagers have captured King Edward and plan to roast the Veg-Heads alive. But Sonic tells them that would be wrong because the vegetables are intelligent, so after some pleading on the Veg-Heads’ behaves they are given their own patch of land to live in.

Cover Art: Richard Elson/John Burns
  

Sonic The Comic #103 - May 1997
“DIY Danger"
Writer: Lew Stringer
Artist: Roberto Corona
Sonic has been invited to the unveiling of a new bridge at the Jade Hill Zone and ends up saving the life of the bridge’s designer Roger Bodge as his bridge falls apart. As a thank you Roger invites Sonic to his house to meet his wife and have a cup of tea. The problem is that Roger made the house entirely himself, and it’s of the same poor quality that the bridge was. He even tried to reprogram one of Robotnik’s Troopers into a robot butler. But when the Trooper sees Sonic his old programming kicks back in and he tries to destroy him. Their fight causes Roger’s entire house to fall to pieces, though it was on it’s way there without Sonic or the Trooper’s help in the first place. The hedgehog leaves hoping Roger has learned his lesson about dodgy DIY jobs.


“The Spice Maidens – Part One”
Writer: Nigel Kitching
Artist: Nigel Dobbyn
Captain Plunder, Filch and Simpson The Cat are searching for new crewmates at Scourge Bay without any luck when the Pirate Queen Zorabel arrives to say her five daughters want to join his crew. She leads them to the roughest tavern in town where her daughters are winning a bar brawl…


"Crawling from the Wreckage”
Writer: Lew Stringer
Artist: Richard Elson
Amy, Tekno and Johnny are scouring the ruins of Citadel Robotnik in hope of finding some equipment they can salvage when Tekno’s scanner picks up signs of life. They follow the signals underground where they find an organisation called D.R.A.T. (Doctor Robotnik’s Appreciation Tribe) is welcoming a new member. The new member uses an old weapon of Robotnik’s to try and stop the Freedom Fighters but since the weapon is flawed he defeats himself. This gave the other D.R.A.T. members enough time to escape from the Freedom Fighters though so they will return some day…


“Flip Side – Part One”
Writer: Lew Stringer
Artist: Carl Flint
Tails is starting to let the fact that everyone loves Sonic but barely anyone even recognise him get to him, so he goes to see Dr. Sorders for self-improvement lessons. The doctor hypnotises Tails to try and give him more confidence but an overdose makes him change his personality completely! He gets his wish of becoming more confident but now believes he’s too cool to help Sonic save citizens anymore. And without Tails’s flight Sonic can’t save passengers of a falling hot air balloon.

Cover Art: Nigel Dobbyn
  

Sonic The Comic #104 - May 1997
“Flickies’ Island – Part One”
Writer: Nigel Kitching
Artist: Richard Elson
Sonic, Amy, Tails and Johnny are on the east coast of the Emerald Hill Zone watching the Emerald Hill Folk return to Mobius from the Floating Island. As the citizens question Sonic about what he’s going to do with his life now Robotnik’s gone Amy tells him he’s got a call from the Floating Island. It’s Porker saying he’s going to stay on the Floating Island to work on the ancient computer systems, but after a snide comment about Sonic’s retirement from Knuckles the hedgehog hangs up on them. A few days later Tails tells Sonic that a bird gave him a message there’s danger on Flickies’ Island (Yes, Tails can talk to birds). Meanwhile on Flickies Island Grimer is telling his master that the tests prove positive and that Flickies are the perfect organic batteries for the new badnik designs…

“The Spice Maidens – Part Two”
Writer: Nigel Kitching
Artist: Nigel Dobbyn
Captain Plunder and Filch are heading to a meeting at Queen Zorabel’s mansion to meet her five daughters: Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Coriander, Pepper and Tarragon, otherwise known as the Spice Maidens. Zorabel gives Plunder a treasure map and says he’s taking her daughters on as members of his crew, but Plunder protests that a pirate ship is no place for girls. After some arguing he manages to convince her it’s a bad idea… Or so he thinks! When he returns to his ship he discovers all he’s done is convince Zorabel she should come along too to keep her girls safe.

“Flip Side – Part Two”
Witer: Lew StringerArtist: Carl FlintSonic manages to talk Tails into helping him save the balloonists by saying he’s not up to the challenge. After Tails takes leave Dr. Sorders arrives to tell Sonic what’s happened, then Amy turns up to say Tails has gone to pick a fight at the Gravel Pit Zone! The three get there in time to snap Tails out of it but it’s still too late to calm down the Mobians Tails has challenged… Until Dr. Sorder’s uses her hypnotic talents to turn them into peace lovers.

Cver Art: Dermot Power
  

Sonic The Comic #105 - June 1997
“Flickies’ Island – Part Two”
Writer: Nigel Kitching
Artist: Richard Elson
Sonic and Tails both arrive at Flickies’ Island to find an ancient temple, which is strange because apparently the island’s suppose to be deserted. Inside they find Robotnik and Grimer, who are ready to give them a demonstration of his new range of badniks. Sonic is surprised to find these badniks really are tough to beat, and it takes him a lot of effort just to take one down. During which time Robotnik manages to capture Tails...

“The Spice Maidens – Part Three”
Writer: Nigel Kitching
Artist: Nigel Dobbyn
Once they’ve set sail Queen Zorabel reveals that the map doesn’t actually show them where the treasure is but gives them directions to Krakiota the Sea Serpent, who knows all the secrets of planet Mobius. Once they find Krakiota he tells them they’re only allowed to have three questions answered, but Plunder and Zorabel mess up the question asking so they can’t find the directions to the Akotek treasure. However Krakiota soon changes his mind about these rules when Simpson tries to cook him.

“Deception”
Writer: Lew Stringer
Artist: Andy Pritchett
Amy and Tekno are taking a day off to go hiking when they come across a crashed UFO and a couple of aliens who try to blast them away from the cave they’re using as a hideout. At a safe distance the girls decide to get a better look inside the cave by using Tekno’s boring machine to dig their way inside. When inside they get caught by the aliens who reveal themselves to be fakes using the alien story to keep people away from the cave they’re using to hide some ancient treasure they found and are selling off piece by piece. But Amy tells them that the gold’s fake from when they were shooting a film in the cave. The two fake aliens blame one another and start out in a fight causing a cave in. Everyone gets out safely and once the boys are gone Amy reveals that her story was also a fake and the two girls start digging out the treasure to give to the local residents.

Cover Art: Nigel Dobbyn
  

Sonic The Comic #106 - June 1997
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Sonic The Comic #107 - July 1997
“Bravehog”
Writer: Lew Stringer
Artist: Mick McMahon
Sonic rescues a stranger from some badniks and when the stranger asks him why he bothered to save someone he doesn’t know Sonic tells the story of Bravehog. Six hundred years ago all the tribes of Mobius lived in separate villages according to their species (E.g. Foxes only live with foxes, badgers only live with badgers, etc). A hyena called King Leer, who conquered other villages by burning them down, ruled the land. Taking over the other tribes was easy because no one would help someone who wasn’t the same species as them, except for the leader of the hedgehog tribe, Bravehog. When the fox tribe is attacked Bravehog goes to fight the hyenas off, but fails since none of the foxes will help him. But when Bravehog is about to receive his punishment the other tribes become inspired and start fighting back against the hyenas to set Bravehog free. From that day forward all the people of Mobius lived together. The stranger comments on how cool Bravehog must have been, to which Sonic replies, “It’s obvious who I take after”. Then the stranger shows that under the hood he is a hyena himself, but Sonic shakes his hand telling him he can’t help who his ancestors were.

“The Spice Maidens – Part Five”
Writer: Nigel Kitching
Artist: Nigel Dobbyn
For breaking the seal of King Akotek Plunder receives a curse of misfortune and calamity. Zorabel confesses that she knew about the curse all along, which was why she had Plunder break the seal. But Plunder says he doesn’t believe in any of that anyway so they start taking the treasure away. But on the way off the island he falls down some steps, gets a pot stuck on his head, is almost crushed in a cave in and then almost sliced to bits by falling weapons, so he soon changes his mind. Zorabel decides it’s too risky to keep him on board so she puts him on a separate boat tied to the main ship.

“Zero Zone – Part Two”
Writer: Lew Stringer
Artist: Andy Pritchett
Sonic has been brainwashed into believing he is Citizen Seven, or at least he fools the others into thinking he has right until he accidentally gives the game away by asking a forbidden question. He tries to escape by using his spin attack against the zone’s force field causing the zone to go all fuzzy and Citizen One to reveal himself to be a computer program designed by Robotnik. Citizen One was given up on when Robotnik learned his desire was to create a happy zone, and the only reason he abducted the Mobians was because he was feeling lonely. Sonic tells him there are other ways to get Mobians to come to the zone without brainwashing them and the zone remodels itself into a carnival.

Cover Art: Mick McMahon
  

Sonic The Comic #108 - July 1997
“The Evil Empire – Part One”
Writer: Nigel Kitching
Artist: Richard Elson
Sonic, Amy and Tails have just finished setting up the Kintobor computer into its new home at the Freedom Fighter’s tower when Robotnik turns up at their base with two badniks and a new Metallix modelled after Knuckles. The two badniks take out Amy and Tails, then the Metallix easily manages to knock Sonic out. Robotnik orders him to take Sonic through a Mobius Ring he can activate at his disposal but just before the ring disappears Tails wakes up and follows them through…

“The Spice Maidens – Part Six”
Writer: Nigel Kitching
Artist: Nigel Dobbyn
Captain Tiberius receives word from one of his crew that it’s impossible to lock a signal onto Captain Plunder’s ship while a security shield protects it. But Tiberius knows Plunder’s luck can’t last and he will get revenge for when Plunder betrayed him while they served under Black Beak. Back at Plunder’s ship Zorabel has set out two chests out, one containing treasure and one that’s empty. She says that if Plunder picks the chest with the treasure in he can keep it, but if he picks the empty chest he gets nothing. Despite his bad luck Plunder somehow manages to pick the right chest, so he drops Zorabel and her daughters off back at Scourge Bay before taking the treasure. However, once they’ve left Plunder trips, spilling the treasure over the edge of the ship. This causes the security shield to be disrupted and Tiberius to get a lock on Plunder’s ship. Once he’s shot them down Tiberius leaves Plunder and his crew stuck on a desert island.

“Spot of Bother”
Writer: Lew Stringer
Artist: Roberto Corona
Amy and Tekno are making sure all the local citizens have gotten to safety before they fight some of Robotnik’s new badniks when they notice one person isn’t running at all, in fact he’s watching the badniks with binoculars! The girls manage to fight them off but the guy they saved, Norris Wimple, starts ranting and raging that they’ve ruined his day’s badnik spotting. Later that evening Norris comes up with a fool proof plan to get more badniks to come, by dressing up in Sonic costume. Amy and Tekno spot him again, but think no badnik would be that dumb. Apparently they’re wrong when one does mistake Norris for Sonic and kidnaps him. Amy manages to blast the badnik with her crossbow and Norris decides badnik spotting isn’t his thing – he’d much rather measure the boot marks of famous sports player…

Cover Art: Dermot Power
  

Sonic The Comic #109 - August 1997
“The Evil Empire – Part Two”
Writer: Nigel Kitching
Artist: Richard Elson
At the House of War in the Drakon Empire Sonic is being accused of crimes against the empire. The crime he’s accused with was destroying the Sentinel he met in STC 29 and Robotnik has told the Drakon Empire they’re under threat from Mobius so Sonic has been placed under trial, by combat. Once Sonic has been left in a cell Tails flies up to the window to make his presence known, but Sonic assures him that the situation isn’t as bad as it seems. Meanwhile Robotnik is telling Grimer of his plan to use the support of the Drakon Empire in order to gain control of Mobius again. Then he reveals that his Knuckles Metallix will be the one fighting Sonic in the trial tomorrow.

“Kog the Mighty”
Writer: Lew Stringer
Artist: Andy Pritchett
Tails fights off some badniks that use electricity as a weapon, but their charge travels along an underground cable waking up a long forgotten robot. The robot climbs up to the construction site and tells Tails that he is Kog, the first robot created by Kintobor before he changed into the evil Robotnik. One of the construction workers tries to destroy Kog but Tails stops him saying Kog could teach them a lot about history. And indeed once Kog has been clean up he serves his purpose teaching the history of the land to local citizens.

“Star Struck – Part One”
Writer: Lew Stringer
Artist: Roberto Corona
As a reward for saving him Norris Wimple has invited Amy and Tekno to come with him to the concert of a pop singer called Fabian Vane. They both wish they didn’t have to be there but the concert soon comes to an end anyway when one member of the audience tries to attack Fabian Vane. Amy and Tekno manage to fight the crazed “fan” so Fabian decides to hire them as personal bodyguards. The girls reluctantly agree once they realise he’s in real danger and escape in Fabian’s hover car when more “fans” come to attack him. They think there’s something Fabian’s not telling them and decide to find out what it is.

Cover Art: Richard Elson
  

Sonic The Comic #110 - August 1997
“The Evil Empire – Part Three”
Writer: Nigel Kitching
Artist: Richard Elson
Sonic arrives at the arena where his trial by combat will be held and tells Robotnik even if he doesn’t make it out of this alive Robotnik will never get control of Mobius again. Robotnik says that with the help of the Drakon Empire taking over Mobius won’t be difficult but the Emperor reminds him that he needs to stick to his end of the bargain as well. The Metallix is brought into the arena and both the accused and the prosecutor are given metal staffs to use against each other in combat. Sonic thinks he can get an advantage because of his speed but the Metallix soon proves him wrong by using his death ray against the hedgehog. Tails is watching the fight from a large TV monitor outside and wonders how he can get in to help.

“The Unbrushables”
Writer: Lew Stringer
Artist: Nigel Dobbyn
Tails goes to the Casino Night Zone for some rest but soon discovers he’s not going to get this when Max Gamble’s mob trash the shop of a man who can’t pay his “Protection Money”. Tails manages to convince the citizens to fight back against the mobs and goes to handle Max Gamble himself. However he discovers that Max is really working for Robotnik and the money he’s collecting will go towards a new army of Troopers once Robotnik has returned to power. Max tries to set his mob on Tails but when they find out he’s working for Robotnik they change their minds about helping him since even they don’t Robtnik back.

“Star Struck – Part Two”
Writer: Lew Stringer
Artist: Roberto Corona
During an interview Fabian Vane gets a call from another crazed “fan” how wants to pull his head off. Tekno manages to track the call so she and Amy can hunt down the man who made the call, who turns out to be the same guy that attacked Fabian at the concert. They easily manage to defeat him and he reveals that he was Fabian’s previous bodyguard before Amy and Tekno got the job. Back at the studio the other “fans” arrive to get Fabian, only this time the two girls are on their side. They tell Fabian they’ve discovered the “fans” were really after him because he owes them large sums of money and won’t pay up. He gives them the money in the end and says this won’t affect him; he’ll still be famous. But it turns out that in the fast moving world of pop music he’s already been replaced by a new singer and becomes yesterday’s news.

Cover Art: Richard Elson