Sonic the Comic/Development

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Lew Stringer pitches

Sonic the Comic writer Lew Stringer initially applied as an artist, submitting two examples of his work. His efforts were rejected as they did not fit with the style the comic was aiming for, however he was hired as a writer instead[1].


Nigel Kitching posted scripts for some of his Sonic, Knuckles and Decap Attack comic strips to the Sonic the Comic Mailing List. These are collected together in this file:

Kitching also published two STC scripts on his website:

Sonic Adventure adaptation

The comic's ten-issue adaptation of Sonic Adventure was published between issues 175 and 184. In October 2000,[2] the fansite STC: STEM (Sonic the Electronic Magazine) published the plot proposal document that Nigel Kitching had sent to editor Andy Diggle: