Preview: Sonic the Hedgehog #273 (Worlds Unite Part 3)

Sugar, we’re going down (in robotic carnage).

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Worlds Unite is kicking things up a notch, and Comics Alliance has another interview with Vincent Lovallo and a recap, this time of part 2, as well as a preview for Sonic the Hedgehog #273. Sonic Man, with his plethora of abilities transferred into roboticised form, is proving too much for the robot masters to handle! And the Freedom Fighters aren’t faring much better against an Eggtech-equiped M’egga Man! With both familiar and unexpected faces showing up to lend a hand, who can come in to save the day? Who knows, but the answer is surely hinted at in “Worlds Unite”: part 3.

SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #273
Script: Ian Flynn
Art: Dan Schoening, Tracy Yardley, Terry Austin, Jack Morelli and Luis Delgado
Cover: Patrick “SPAZ” Spaziante
Villain Variant Cover: T.Rex
Covers Unite Variant (3 of 12): Ben Bates
The ALL-NEW Sonic/Mega Man Crossover sequel explodes onto the shelves with “Worlds Unite” Part Three: It’s a cascade of cross-dimensional chaos! On Sonic’s World, the Freedom Fighters are battling with the terrifying arsenal of M’egga Man! On Mega Man’s World, the Robot Masters can’t keep up with the super speedy Sonic Man! Who can possibly save our heroes? The answer is sure to surprise you! After the history-making “WORLDS COLLIDE” crossover event, Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man unite once more—and this time Sonic Boom and Mega Man X are joining the fray! Featuring cover art from the legendary Patrick “SPAZ” Spaziante, villain variant by T.Rex and part 3 of the epic 12-part connecting variant cover series by artist Ben Bates!
On Sale Date: 6/10 | 32-page, full color comic | $3.99 U.S

This next instalment of Worlds Unite is due out this Wednesday. Events are entering the slipstream, so don’t get left in the dust!

Source: Comics Alliance

 

4 Comments

  1. I just got the issue today.

    I enjoyed it. Plenty of action and cool moments. Plus the page spreads and the one two page spread was also really nice.

    Based on how everything is going I’d say this crossover is a little bit less enjoyable then Worlds Collide thus far.

    I’m not really getting sucked into the story as I did when I first started reading the comics with Worlds Collide.

  2. Ok Sonic Man is waaaay too OP. Someone needs to nerf him or hit him with Moving Pillar ray or Out-Of-Air Buster ora weapon that creates Barrels of Doom.

    But that’s ok, I guess you need everyone to job for a while so you can create an excuse for bringing up the huge Army that we’ll be seeing soon. However, I think all the success Archie is getting lately (with Dark Circle, the horror comics and the upcoming reboot) is getting to their heads, because for a so called “smaller scale event” as compared to WC, they are spreading this thing waaayy too thin. Too many books to invest to get the meat of the story. I may be tempted to wait for the trade instead of supporting the event

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