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Sonic The Hedgehog #47

Wed Dec 22, 2021 24 d

The ROAD TO #50 continues here! Enjoy a TEN-ISSUE-long adventure leading up to the EPIC SHOWDOWN in milestone issue #50.

Amy, Tangle, Jewel, and Belle’s peaceful camping trip is still up in flames… literally. The fire is blazing but all the tension from before has melted away and the heroines are ready to save the day! Plus, being confronted with such danger has some reevaluating their futures… Find out more in the final part of “Trial by Fire”!

Imposter Syndrome #2

Wed Jan 12, 2022 45 d

The ROAD TO #50 continues here! Enjoy a TEN-ISSUE-long-adventure leading up to the EPIC SHOWDOWN in milestone issue #50.Surge and Kit are put to the test! Dr. Starline is almost ready to launch his grand plan, but first he must ensure his creations can perform under pressure. But more powerful doesn’t always mean better… can Surge and Kit live up to the heroes that inspired their creation?

Sonic The Hedgehog #48

Wed Feb 23, 2022 87 d

The ROAD TO #50 continues here! Enjoy a TEN-ISSUE-LONG-ADVENTURE leading up to the EPIC SHOWDOWN in milestone issue #50.

The Chaotix are on the case! Central City has been turned upside-down by unmanageable traffic, and reports of lightning and water moving in odd ways have the city’s emergency services scratching their heads. Is it a sewer-dwelling crocodile, a pair of unruly brothers, or something more sinister? Whatever it may be, Vector, Espio, and Charmy are sure to uncover the truth.

Sonic The Hedgehog 2

Fri Apr 8, 2022 131 d

Sequel to the 2020 movie.

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    The Sonic Statue in the Japanese Mountains Has Finally Been Restored!

    It all began on December 20, 2015, when a Japanese biker found a mysterious Sonic statue in the Japanese mountains. Since then, Sonic fans have been trying to figure out where the statue is located. After years of searching for the statue, BxB-Meister, a user in the Sonic Stadium forums, located the statue and posted an image of it on March 29, 2018. But due to the fear of vandalism, the location was shared only to a few people. The user did, however, give a few hints as to where it may be.

    On Sept. 14 of that same year, a twitter user noticed that the statue was originally part of one of the Sega World parks in Japan. Since then, no one seemed to bother searching for the statue until January 31, 2019, when Nathan Gill asked for the location of the statue. A day later, he made a video around the statue. The statue appeared to be worn down with the paint fading and cracks in his arm and nose. 

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    J-Town started investigating and found out that the statue was owned by Yuji Kodera. Unfortunately, he died years before they could have the chance to question him. They did, however, contact his family and learned some interesting info on the statue.

    Kodera used it as a marker to indicate where the entrance to his house since many would miss it. Since then, people have been wanting to restore it to its former glory including Sega.

    And that is exactly what happened. 

    On August 10 of this year, the statue has finally been restored. As of right now, we are unsure who did it. But whoever it was, he did an amazing job.