Sonic the Hedgehog Archives: Volume 4

Sonic the Hedgehog Archives Volume It s the rockin debut of Sonic s first rival and the heavy hitting fan favorite Knuckles the Echidna See how Sonic and Tails met the red warrior for the first time and how they barely made it out aliv

  • Title: Sonic the Hedgehog Archives: Volume 4
  • Author: MichaelGallagher Angelo DeCesare Mike Kanterovich Patrick Spaziante Tracey Yardley Ken Penders
  • ISBN: 9781879794245
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s the rockin debut of Sonic s first rival and the heavy hitting fan favorite Knuckles the Echidna See how Sonic and Tails met the red warrior for the first time and how they barely made it out alive See what happenes when up and coming hero in training Tails gets too big for his Britches And speaking of big, while Dr obotnik is huge, how is it he dwarfs the FreIt s the rockin debut of Sonic s first rival and the heavy hitting fan favorite Knuckles the Echidna See how Sonic and Tails met the red warrior for the first time and how they barely made it out alive See what happenes when up and coming hero in training Tails gets too big for his Britches And speaking of big, while Dr obotnik is huge, how is it he dwarfs the Freedom Fighters and puts them under glass

    One thought on “Sonic the Hedgehog Archives: Volume 4”

    1. Gasp! It's the introduction of Knuckles! Sure, at this point he's kinda bubble-headed and prone to smashing before thinking. But the Floating Island is cool! This is also when Ken Penders joins the writing stuff. He's a hugely controversial figure in the fandom, for good reason, but I do have to commend him for pushing the series towards a more story-centric direction. Which, of course, isn't really seen in this volume at all! Volume 4 brings a close to the initial format of the Sonic stories. T [...]

    2. The introduction of Knuckles was supposed to be the highlight of this collection, but to me it fell short because of the art style (mainly the character designs seemed bloated) and the cramming of the plot into two issues. Once the Knuckles issues are done with, he does not appear throughout the rest of vol 4 at all but the rest of the comics in this collection don't really suffer for it. The James Bond themed Man from H.E.D.G.E.H.O.G. stands out as my favorite from this collection with it's cle [...]

    3. i liked this book because i use to watch this sonic shows and i play these games so now i can read the stories. I also like this because i could just read it and not wait on t.v. and i love sonic.

    4. I'm not rating this higher because it's Knuckles' introduction, really! *lol* But Mike Kanterovich is one of the writers that worked with Ken Penders (when he was a great writer of the comic) and made the "Knuckles" comic known for its depth and seriousness. Even in the early days of the comic, where they were beginning the bigger "ongoing" storylinese serious writing stands out over the usual humourous stories they'd been doing before.

    5. Tails turns into a pretentious genius and it's hilarious. As much as I love Sonic, I like the stories that revolve around the other characters for a change.Also, Knuckles. KNUCKLES! Need I say any more?

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