Brian Sapinski brings us this interview with Robert Brown and Francis Tolbert. For over 3 years, these two men from the Bronx have the greatest writing duo in all of Sonic fandom. They have continued to amaze us with their incredible stories. Originally, their stories gave their opinion of what may have occurred in the Saturday morning cartoon if the show had continued into a 3rd season. Since the time they began, however, their stories have evolved into a universe of their own, one that continues to grow in adventure, excitement, and emotion.
A sneak preview of Sega's blazing new Dreamcast game machine
This interview is done by WB, the forgotten one...:-) Seriously, WB will be doing a few interviews now to help out with tough college schedule faced by both him and Vector. Anyway, this interview is with Kedzie K., the webmaster of the super-popular Sonic fan site: The Sonic Foundation! Not only is it a great site to visit, it also has a news page simular to ours. And if you visit our links page, you'll see that this is the only page that received a perfect score of 20/20 from one of our reviewers. Now go on and read the interview.
A rant about the concepts behind the new Sonic cartoon.
Below is a brief summary of the first 6 hours of play I have had with Sonic Adventure. I am not sure where to start, after spending close to $650.00 I was starting to get a little buyers remorse. In all honestly, I was questioning if Sonic would be that great. Famitsu gave it good […]
I've just received my copy of Sonic Adventure and I wanted to share my first feelings. First, there are no way to describe the beauty of the game. Graphics are really stunning and the animation is awesome. You ve never seen so detailed textures. Neither you ever seen a game of that speed. Sonic and […]
A question of the monarchy on Mobius.
Sonic the Fighters released in the US? Here is what Zifei had to say about this: First of all, Sonic the Fighters wasn't made the Sonic Team, it was made by AM2 (you know, the same people that made Virtua Fighter, Daytona…) for the Titan STV arcade board. As for a Saturn version, SoA is […]
The title says it all. Main part is about how the authors felt about Sonic's birthday in Sonic #68.
This interview is done by Vector, our regular interview guy. You can contact Vector via Mobius Forum of Sonic HQ. Vector this time brings us a very good interview with long time Sonic fan and all around great artist Dawn Marie Best, AKA Ruby Echidna. Ruby's one of the first Sonic artists on the net. Recently, she started off a fan comic called Sonic Ideal. Click here to visit Sonic Ideal's homepage. Now there's some bad news, she's leaving the Sonic Fandom! Why? Read on and find out.