Synopses & Reviews
The Sonic Archives series has emerged as one of Archie's best-selling trade paperbacks, as fans both new and old can relive the glory days of Sonic the Hedgehog in these high-quality, digitally-restored graphic novels, complete with all the classic Sonic stories from the 1990's! Now with Sonic Archives Volume 8, Sonic lovers can add to their collections issues #29-32, stories which are almost impossible to come across now. Stories include: "The Return of Uncle Chuck" - When an experiment of Robotnik's goes horribly awry, the venomous villain finds himself trapped in the "Void," a parallel dimension, while his scheming nephew Snively attempts to wipe Knothole off the map, and with it, the rest of Mobius! Fortunately for our heroes, the experiment also gave Sonic's Uncle Chuck his free will back, and with his help, the Freedom Fighters have a fighting chance of stopping Snively and...could it be...rescuing Robotnik?!
This time around Sonic's supporting cast really comes into their own, with solo-stories featuring some popular characters from both the video games and the comics, like Tails, Knuckles, and even Rotor!
Collects Sonic the Hedgehog issues #29-#32.
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!
About the Author
Patrick Spaziante, or "Spaz" as he is commonly known, is a comic book artist who has worked primarily for Archie Comics. Spaz is currently a penciler and cover artist at Archie Comics on the Sonic the Hedgehog comic book series, and the Sonic X and Sonic Universe comics. But while Spaz is best known for his work with Archie, he has also created illustrations and comic books for such companies as Marvel Comics, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Nickelodeon's Avatar: The Last Airbender.