Sonic and the gods


Sonic The Hedgehog #39

Wed May 12, 2021 28 d

Report: Test subjects S, A, and T are responding very well to experiments. Proceeding to phase three.

Sonic, Amy, and Tails are still stuck in Eggman’s evil tower and being subjected to his increasingly crazy tests. It doesn’t help that Tangle and Belle have unknowingly begun controlling the tower and are making it impossible for their friends to escape! Everyone’s limits are pushed as they try to make it out in time in “Test Run,” part three!

Sonic The Hedgehog #40

Wed Jun 2, 2021 Tentative

Tangle to the rescue! The brave lemur has jumped into the battle to save Sonic, Amy, and Tails from falling victim to Dr. Eggman’s latest experiment. Belle has a different kind of battle when she comes face-to-face with an old friend. Will the gang be able to escape unharmed? Find out in Evan Stanley’s epic conclusion to “Test Run”!

Sonic The Hedgehog #41

Wed Jun 16, 2021 Tentative

The Deadly Six are still on the loose and attacking towns. Jewel the Beetle recruits Sonic’s friends the Chaotix to find and stop the Zeti, but Zavok of the Deadly Six is looking for his minions, too—he’s angrier than ever and wants to reunite. The Chaotix will have to act quickly to outsmart the Deadly Six!

Sonic the Hedgehog: 30th Anniversary Special

Wed Jun 23, 2021 Tentative

After 30 years of going fast, it’s time for fans to celebrate the speediest hedgehog of all time! It’s an unbelievable birthday celebration for Sonic the Hedgehog with his first Classic Sonic special!

First, in “Seasons of Chaos” by longtime Sonic scribe Ian Flynn and artists Aaron Hammerstrom & Reggie Graham, Sonic goes on an adventure from pleasant spring valleys to wintry wonderlands in search of the Chaos Emeralds. But Sonic’s not alone, with a little help from his friends Miles “Tails” Prower, Knuckles the Echidna, Amy Rose, Mighty the Armadillo, and Ray the Flying Squirrel, they’ll race, fight, and fly their way to victory against the baddest of baddies!

Then, in “Dr. Eggman’s Birthday,” the vile, villainous Dr. Eggman takes center stage in a story written by New York Times bestseller Gale Galligan (The Babysitters Club)! And how does the bad doctor celebrate the occasion? Only his Badniks know for sure…

Finally, in “Sonic Learns to Drive,” Sonic’s up against a tough challenge: Driving! When the fastest thing alive can outrun any car, will Sonic have the patience to learn… or will he finally get left in the dust? Written by the hosts of My Brother, My Brother, and Me, The Adventure Zone, and New York Times bestsellers, the McElroy Brothers!

Grab a slice of chili dog cake and don’t get left in the dust on the most way past cool book of the year!

Sonic The Hedgehog #42

Wed Jul 7, 2021 Tentative

Zeti Hunt, part two! Now that Zavok has his pack, it’s time for them to make a big move. But Jewel the Beetle, newly appointed Restoration leader, has called on Sonic, Tails, and the Chaotix to run interference. Will they be able to stop the Zeti and make it home in time for spaghetti!?

Sonic The Hedgehog 2

Fri Apr 8, 2022 359 d

Sequel to the 2020 movie.

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    Sonic and the gods

    An editorial concerning the legends of Sonic and their relationship with aspects of the video games.

    Let us begin our wonderful adventure into the wonderful and (dramatic pause) amazing world of the legends of Sonic the Hedgehog. I will focus on the many powerful emeralds in the Sonic games. Let us begin by going into each game in chronological order. I will start each section by asking a question (in bold) and the by answering the question, and then give a possible skeptic-bigot’s response. Lets start with the first game:

    Sonic the Hedgehog – Why are there only six chaos emeralds? Well there are two possible answers. The first is the most widely accepted. The seventh emerald simply hadn’t been discovered yet. Another solution (that I can not accept credit for because my friend told me this) is that there are actually 13 chaos emeralds and the South Island ones are the six In this game and were either destroyed at the end of this game or at their last game gear appearance(depending on what you consider canon).
    Skeptic: HAHAHA 13 Chaos Emeralds that can’t possibly be true there are only seven. Who said there couldn’t have been six extra emeralds sometime in the past. The Game Gear games seem to imply it. Also the theory states they were destroyed so there are only seven now. Also In Sonic Mega Collection, in the game manual it clearly says “discover the chaos emeralds” which may imply the seven in Sonic 2 are being discovered for the first time in ages.

    Sonic 2 – Were the emeralds really “sealed away by the gods”? In a word, yes. Remember the culture that Sonic is coming from. In Japan Shintoism is the nation’s religion, Shintoism holds belief in many gods. In fact, Japan is filled with belief in different gods. The only reason this is ignored is because Americans usually believe in one God or no God. I’d imagine that Sonic Team probably believes in many gods so this is canon.
    Skeptic: You’re just being stupid everyone knows there is (no or one) God! I’m not debating theology I’m debating Sonic. Don’t get me wrong I believe in only one God, but Sonic Team apparently doesn’t believe like I do (And just so you skeptics get even madder at me, the reason the Master Emerald can control the Chaos Emeralds is, to put it simply, because the M.E. is the god of chaos emeralds).

    Sonic 3 and Knuckles – Aren’t the Super emeralds really just the chaos emeralds? NO!!! There is one simple way to disprove this, First, collect the seven chaos emeralds (as Sonic or Tails) but don’t go into the super ring. When you get to Hidden Palace Zone you are holding seven and there are seven on the alters and the M.E., making a total of fifteen emeralds. The Chaos Emeralds on Floating (or Angel) Island in the Sonic 3 and Sonic and Knuckles stories are really the Super Emeralds.
    Skeptic: That is completely stupid, the Chaos emeralds were powered down by the M.E. and then changed super. If you still disagree with me then you are simply not following the game’s story line. The game manual says there are 14 Emeralds to save. Now allow me to explain. Dr. Eggman some how stole the super emeralds and used them to launch his Death Egg in Launch Base Zone (the game story says the Death Egg lost its ability to fly and only the chaos emeralds can repair it yet in Launch Base we see the Death Egg Blast of while Sonic is holding the Seven Chaos Emeralds) Sonic then brought Chaos Emerald(s) to the Master Emerald where the Master Emerald teleported the Super Emeralds back to their alters. Then Roboeggman stole them and Knuckles had to get them back. After that the Super Emeralds remain hidden on the Island till today. This is the only theory that explains why the Super Emeralds don’t appear in any more games, because they are separate from the Chaos Emeralds and they are hidden on Angel Island.

    Sonic Adventure – I Don’t Understand the visions from Tikal, did chaos destroy the Echidnas, If so then where did Knuckles come from? Actually the Japanese story of Sonic 3 explains everything. I think that Chaos (yes he is a god) destroyed the Echidnas except Tikal. After Tikal sealed Chaos in the Master Emerald, a god came down from the sky and used the Master Emerald to bing Floating Island into the sky. He then restored Knuckles to the Island (and possibly the tiny animals on the island)
    Skeptic: But the gods legend is just a legend. If this is what you’re thinking then you don’t listen. Not my problem.

    Sonic Adventure 2 – This has been bugging me allot why doesn’t Super Knuckles join in the final fight? Because Super Knuckles can’t fly. He can glide but not fly so he is kind of useless.
    Skeptic: I can’t think of any comeback that comepletely makes sense. (sigh) I love a happy ending. Bye!