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Sonic The Hedgehog #49 


A big shout and a thank you to all of ya'll who asked us to start reviewing the Sonic the Hedgehog comic books. I am so happy with this franchise after reading Sonic The Hedgehog #49. There will be spoilers in this review. Tails and Belle The Tinkerer are working on reprogramming the Badniks to no longer attack Sonic the Hedgehog. Things are going great on that front in Sonic The Hedgehog #49. Until someone calls the Badniks to them. This character is creating an army. The assumption is that character is Eggman. Belle has a letter from Mr Tinker who claims someone thinks he is Eggman.

Sonic The Hedgehog #49 has great looking art and dialogue. There is just enough of a hook in the story to have us coming back for more. Who is amassing this army of Badniks? What do they plan on doing with them? Can the Badniks be reprogrammed completely and fully? There are plenty of questions in Sonic The Hedgehog #49. Sonic does an amazing job avoiding violence in Sonic The Hedgehog #49. Sonic also saves numerous characters in Sonic The Hedgehog #49. I felt horrible for the robots that were getting controlled in Sonic The Hedgehog #49. It is great that Tails was able to save Belle.

There is plenty of fun and humor within Sonic The Hedgehog #49. Kids of all ages can enjoy Sonic The Hedgehog #49 from start to finish. There is a very mild amount of cartoon violence within Sonic The Hedgehog #49. I wish the recap page had a larger font personally. I love the letter squad and the creator corner within Sonic The Hedgehog #49. The alternative covers are also neat in Sonic The Hedgehog #49. The front cover we got is actually a bit creepy. I noticed all of the covers are on the creepy side. It does deal with being mind controlled.

There are twenty-one pages within Sonic The Hedgehog #49 and the recap page. There are additional pages in the back of this comic book. Most of the ads make perfect sense in Sonic The Hedgehog #49. That is one of the things we keep working on here at Family Friendly Gaming - having ads that make sense. The Sonic the Hedgehog comic books would be a welcome addition to the Family Friendly Gaming advertiser family. I think they would do well here. We will see what happens going forward. I want them to know they are welcome.

All in all I am very impressed with Sonic The Hedgehog #49. I wish I had been reading this comic book years ago. I can always try to get back issues when we have the financial resources to do so. I love the attitudes of the characters within Sonic The Hedgehog #49. They genuinely want to help. The lunch conversation is brilliant in Sonic The Hedgehog #49. I can tell there was some creative thought put into Sonic The Hedgehog #49. The writing in Sonic The Hedgehog #49 speaks to me. I am sure it speaks to others as well. I will continue to purchase and read Sonic The Hedgehog comic books.
- Paul


Graphics: 90%
Writing: 90%
Replay/Extras: 85%
Story: 90%
Family Friendly Factor: 90%

System: Comic Book
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Author: Stanley, Herms, Breckel
Rating: ‘NR’ for Not Rated

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