Sonic The Comic #109

Release Aug 5, 1997
Writer Nigel Kitching
Lineart Richard Elson

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“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