Sonic the Comic 100
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| Sonic the Comic #100|
"The Final Victory"
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|Cover artist: Richard Elson|
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Sonic the Comic #100 is the one hundredth issue of the Sonic the Comic series by Fleetway Editions Ltd.
As a milestone issue, this was a watershed moment for STC, containing a 22-page multi-character story throughout one issue instead of spanning multiple issues, and the end of Dr. Robotnik's dictatorship of Mobius which he had established in issue #9. The idea of such a turning point was created by Nigel Kitching, who pushed for a special issue to shake up the status quo and even prepared a document to sell the idea to his editor, Deborah Tate. Kitching ended up writing the first two parts of the story (and drawing the fourth), while fellow regular writer Lew Stringer wrote the last two parts.
Sonic the Hedgehog — "The Final Victory, Part 1"
Knuckles — "The Final Victory, Part 2"
Doctor Robotnik — "The Final Victory, Part 3"
Sonic's World — "The Final Victory, Part 4"
Cover art, by Richard Elson
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