Here is where you can learn more about the hog, the legend, the Super Sonic. As a franchise, the blue blur has seen himself on more than just computer games – he’s been on comics, television, t-shirts, news reports, and countless bags of merchandise. If you’re new to Sonic the Hedgehog or just want to know more about a certain something, this is your section. When we finish it, that is.
A source of information for those who want to learn more about the Sonic the Hedgehog video games. Facts about the stories, characters, Zones and other trivia can be found here. You can also find game-related downloads such as music and videos. NB: The Games Archive is currently under heavy construction.
Sonic was just as huge on paper as he was on plastic. Americans enjoy the Archie comics that still run to this day and assimilates the game story into Knothole, Brits once had Fleetway produce faithful game adaptations and awesome side stories, and there were many more comics around the world. Learn more about each here.
- Fleetway’s Sonic the Comic
Beloved comic book from the guys behind 2000AD. It was always gonna be good.
- Archie’s Sonic the Hedgehog
American series featuring a different verse from the games, set in Knothole.
- Japanese Manga
You can find many official – and crazy unofficial – Sonic manga in Japan.
Need a cure for the Scratch? Want to reminisce about that Metal Sonic scene (not that one… that one), or just abuse your ears to Sonia and Manic’s percussion abilities? You can find all our information for the Sonic cartoons right here. Includes Episode Guides, downloads and more.
- Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog
A goofy comedy cartoon. Kids love it, teens hate it, adults love it again.
- Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM)
TV sister of the Archie comics. Considered by many to be the best animation.
- Sonic the Movie
On a Sunday, riding my biiiiike…
- Sonic Underground
And after all that crap, they never found their mum. Guess they didn’t have the 411.
- Sonic X
Wanna know what living with Sonic’s like? Look at Chris Thorndyke. Yeah.
Backpacks, stationary, CD singles, posters, spaghetti hoops… there’s nothing that Sonic the Hedgehog hasn’t had his face on. A lot of the merchandise you hear about appeared during ‘Sonic Mania’ between 1993-1994, but even today there are some nice new sought after collectibles. View them here.
- Paperbacks and Hardbacks
Hiding Sonic books behind our copies of Thomas Hardy plays.
- Game Promotions
Stuff made to promote the games, either via pre-order or giveaways.