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Sonic Select Volume 2by Sonic The Hedgheog
Synopses & Reviews
Following the smashing success of the Sonic Archives series, Archie continues the proud tradition of reprints with Sonic Select! These fully restored and re-mastered graphic novels feature the best stories taken from the original Sonic Super Specials! Volume 2 brings back the stories from such classics as "Mecha Madness," "Super Sonic vs. Hyper Knuckles," "Knuckles' Chaotix," and "Sonic Live"! As these stories are extremely difficult to come by, fans from today and yesterday can add to their collection of Sonic comics, or begin an all new one.
THE SONIC SCRIBES are the many talented writers and artists who have helped create Archie Comics' popular and record-setting Sonic the Hedgehog comic books and graphic novels for two decades. They include early favorites such as Ken Penders, Angelo DeCesare, James Fry and Art Mawhinney, recent greats like Ian Flynn, Ben Bates, Tracy Yardley! and Jamal Peppers, and veterans like Patrick "Spaz" Spaziante and Steven Butler—and many more!
The second installment of the heralded Sonic Select series brings us more of the best tales from the Sonic Super Specials. Witness Sonic and Knuckles duke it out double-time: first as lethal robots in "Mecha Madness", then as Super Sonic and Hyper Knuckles in "Crash of the Titans"! And don't miss the first ever tumultuous adventures featuring The Chaotix!
About the Author
Ian Flynn (born May 31, 1982), also known by his Internet pen name Ian Potto, is an American comic writer. He has been the chief writer for Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog comic since issue #160. Flynn obtained the writing position on the comic by sending in unsolicited proposals, after a long participation in unofficial creation of comics about Sonic. He is notable for being a rare case of making a transition from active amateur to pro. He gained initial recognition for a fan comic known as Other M. His stories contain heavy usage of prior continuity and returning characters.
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