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Sonic The Hedgehog #1

SONIC'S RACING INTO A NEW ADVENTURE! After defeating the evil Dr. Eggman's latest plot, Sonic is racing around the world to shut down the robotic Badnik forces that are still attacking villages. But it's a big job for one person-even Sonic the Hedgehog! Fortunately, he'll have some help from his best friend: Tails!

Sonic The Hedgehog #2

Sonic’s new adventure continues, and when he comes across another town in need of saving, his old pal Amy arrives just in time to join the fight! The banter is fun, and the stakes are high, but things get really serious when Amy presents Sonic with a big request: rejoin the Resistance!

Sonic The Hedgehog #3

Sonic and Knuckles team up, and it's just like old times-until two new villains show up. With a group of villagers under attack, will even the combined forces of these two heroes be enough to take down Rough and Tumble???

Sonic The Hedgehog #4

Sonic comes across a town under attack from the biggest Badnik force he’s ever seen. Luckily, help is on the way from his old friend Blaze, as well as a new hero! Get ready for the debut of Tangle!

Sonic The Hedgehog #5

“The Fate of Dr. Eggman,” Part 1. After his last battle with Sonic, Dr. Eggman’s gone quiet. His Badnik forces are still causing trouble, but without the bad doctor’s usual fanfare. What’s Eggman been doing all this time? And what will happen to Sonic when he finds out?

Sonic The Hedgehog, Vol. 1: Fallout!

Join the Blue Blur for brand-new adventures as he and his friends race around the world to defeat the evil Dr. Eggman's robotic forces!

Introducing Sonic Mania Plus!

Sonic Mania goes packaged with Sonic Mania Plus!

Sega hosted a South By Southwest 2018 panel about all things Sonic the Hedgehog, and the panel began with good news for fans! Last year’s Sonic Mania will be getting an expansion! 

The panel noted that Mania's positive reception was tempered by one consistent complaint: that fans wanted a physical disc or cartridge version. So Sega moved forward with a boxed version of the game, and while its boxed version has its own physical perks (32-page art book, "holographic" cover, reversible Genesis-styled cover), the more interesting stuff comes in the form of new gameplay features.

Mighty and Ray join as playable characters, new Encore mode, 4P Competition mode, and more. Releasing summer 2018.

Additional content, which was only briefly teased at SXSW, will include a new "encore" mode of remixed stages and a new version of the original's "competition mode" that will let up to four players race side by side. How exactly those remixed stages will play out was not demonstrated. Sega confirmed that owners of the game's original digital version can pay for an unlock of the Plus content, though the company was not ready to confirm a price.

We will keep you updated as more details unfold.


Sega Genesis Collection Coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC

SEGA is planning to release a new Genesis Collection for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on May 29 that will include over 50 games.

It also appears that it will receive a physical release both on the PS4 and Xbox One and will include a double-sided poster. Screenshots and video were uploaded to SEGA’s press site last week but there has been no press release or other product information attached. Meaning we don’t have a full list of the games to be included as of yet, but looking at the box art, there will be the expected popular titles such as Sonic the Hedgehog, Streets of Rage and Golden Axe, to name a few.


Sonic the Hedgehog Triple Trouble 16bit Remake

What if [Sonic Triple Trouble] became a Genesis/Mega Drive game?

Triple Trouble Boxart Remake

Noah Copeland, in collaboration with Overbound Game Studio (the same team of fans responsible for Sonic Time Twisted), asks a question: “What if [Sonic Triple Trouble] became a Genesis/Mega Drive game?” Triple Trouble is, in my opinion, the best 8 Bit Sonic game and one of the few that can be classified as a classic. The often forgotten game is finally getting an overhaul and the much due recognition it deserves. Below shows us some of the things Copeland is doing to update the game along with a reveal trailer. Enjoy!

Sonic Robo Blast 2 celebrates 20th Anniversary this month.

20 years of development!

If you've played just one Sonic fangame, chances are you've tried out Sonic Robo Blast 2 at some point. Based off of the Doom engine, this game has been in development for 20 years this month! 

This month, Sonic Robo Blast 2 celebrates its 20th anniversary. Sitting down to write this post I don’t even know what to talk about. It’s been so long and I’ve spent so much of my life playing or being involved with SRB2. To start, though, we’re celebrating with a preview trailer for 2.2, and I’m sure you want to see that way more than any nostalgic ramblings I can come up with, so let’s get right to it:




Check out their webpage for more details! SRB2 20th Anniversary Post

IDW Sonic Comics Will Have The “Two-Worlds Canon”

On the latest episode of Ian’s BumbleKast series, we were let in on a little more info regarding the canon of IDW Sonic. IDW Sonic will have the “two-worlds canon”. This means that, in IDW Sonic canon, there will be the human world that we see in the Adventure games, as well as Sonic’s world.

Sonic IDW #1 releases in just under a month now.

Sonic the Hedgehog Battle Racers Fully Funded!

Sonic the Hedgehog Battle Racers, the boardgame kickstarter by Shinobi7, has been fully funded reaching several of its stretch goals! It achieved $138,351 of its $50k goal, nearly triple what was being asked. Its stretch goals that have been funded include: Token Bag, Shadow, Blaze, Espio, Plastic Rings, Silver, Sticks, A Deluxe Box, Cream and Cheese, Rouge, Charmy, Wave, Jet, A Ring Stacker, and Deluxe Insert.

Ready, Set...Sonic! Burst into action with Sonic the Hedgehog: Battle Racers! Select your racer, choose your route, and fight your way to the finish while avoiding opposing racers and a variety of dangerous obstacles. Control your speed, use your abilities, and activate your special powers to collect as many rings as you can in an amazing race.

The board game is for ages 9 and up, 2-5 players, and includes: 64 race cards, 50 ring tokens, 40 badnik tokens, 16 track selections, 16 Dr. Eggman boss cards, 15 rock tokens, 5 minatures, 5 racer profiles, 5 speed tokens, 4 badnik reference cards, 1 Dr. Eggman boss profile, 1 track reference card, and 1 rulebook. The game is tentatively set to release this October! Discover more at their website: Shinobi7 Website

New Sonic game will be revealed at SXSW

According to, a new Sonic game will be announced at SXSW amidst many rumors surrounding the gaming event managed to interview Ivo Gerscovich who is the chief brand officer for Sonic in America and in the same article they said the following:

And this year is looking to be just as fast for him, with the announcement of a live action/CGI movie coming next year and a new game set to be announced next month during SXSW Gaming.

Although it should be noted Ivo was not directly quoted confirming this. We’ll keep you updated with more information as we get it.


Sonic Mania nominated at NAVGTR

Awww yeah, some recognition for a Sonic game. Sonic Mania has been nominated for 3 awards from the National Academy of Video Game Trade Reviewers! Let us know what your favorite thing about Mania was in the comments!


The awards it was nominated for are as follows:

"Game Design, Franchise"
"Control Precision"
"Game, Franchise Family"

Diamond Select Sonic Figures Revealed

Diamond Select will release a range of Sonic toys coming soon that follow a traditional approach. The two diorama/statutes will be made available to U.S. retailer GameStop, and focus on Modern Sonic and Modern Tails doing radical poses.

The Sonic movie will be out Nov 15 2019

Looks like we finally have a date for the upcoming movie!

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the still as of unnamed Sonic movie will release on November 15, 2019. That's only 633 days away so mark those calendars.

Edit - Feb 22 2018 for their press release below:


SEGA of America and Paramount Pictures Finalize Agreement to Co-produce Sonic the Hedgehog Feature Film

Live-action CG animation film represents next step in evolution of Sonic the Hedgehog IP and Will Premiere in the United States on November 15, International Rollout to Follow

BURBANK, Calif. –– February 22, 2018 –– SEGA Holdings Co., Ltd. today announced that SEGA of America, Inc., has reached a final agreement with Paramount Pictures to co-produce a Sonic the Hedgehog feature film, set for theatrical release beginning in the United States on November 15, 2019, then rolling out internationally to markets around the world.

This move represents an important next-step in the expansion of the Sonic the Hedgehog IP, bringing the character to new audiences globally. As part of the IP strategy for Sonic the Hedgehog, SEGA Group has been working to expand this character beyond the video game market to become an entertainment franchise. Recently, Sonic has appeared as an animated character on television, consumer products, console and mobile games, and more.

“I am very honored that our companies, SEGA and MARZA, have this incredible opportunity to partner with Paramount Pictures for this production, which will bring Sonic to the big screen for the first time. Since he was first introduced to the world 26 years ago, Sonic has continued to grow in popularity as part of our core strategy to focus on video games. In addition to video games, this provides SEGA with a fantastic opportunity to share Sonic with everyone and we can't wait to reveal more to eager audiences in the future,” said SEGA Holdings Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Haruki Satomi.

Paramount Pictures will work closely with SEGA of America to bring Sonic to the big screen, said Jim Gianopulos, Chairman and CEO, Paramount Pictures.

“We are incredibly excited to work with SEGA to bring this iconic property and character to audiences around the world,” said Gianopulos. “We look forward to our partnership on this great venture.”

Planned for a worldwide release showcasing both live-action and CG animation elements, the feature film will be the first time Sonic has been adapted for the big screen. Developing the project since its inception as a producer as well as a production house, MARZA Animation Planet Co., Ltd., owned by SEGA Group, will be joined by an assembly of high-profile talent.

The film has signed on notable industry veterans including:

  • Producer Neal H. Moritz from Original Film Inc. (“Fast and Furious” series)

  • Director Jeff Fowler (Blur Studio, Academy Award® nominee for 2005 Best Animated Short Film “Gopher Broke.”)

  • Executive producer Tim Miller (director of the Marvel/Fox feature “Deadpool” and owner of animation and CG production company Blur Studio)


“I'm thrilled to be partnered with SEGA and to have such an incredible and supportive home for Sonic with Jim and Paramount,” said Moritz.

Sonic the Hedgehog was first seen in 1991 on the SEGA Genesis. Since then, the character was inducted into the “World Video Game Hall of Fame” in 2016 at The Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester, New York. Most recently, the popular franchise has seen two new hit releases in 2017, Sonic Mania™ and Sonic Forces™ (PlayStation® 4, Nintendo Switch™, Xbox One™, PC). Total sales of the series including both packaged and digital downloads count over 360 million units.