Preview: Sonic the Hedgehog #278

This month could be called the month of sand and stone.

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Newsarama has got the preview for Sonic the Hedgehog #278. First up, Sonic, Antoine and Big are in Shamar to get another Gaia Key for their quest by helping another guardian, but the threatening Egg Army is on their tail! The local Freedom Fighter team are on hand to help…but there’s something that strikes deja vu about them. This is “Face of the Enemy”: part 1. Then, We continue our look at the mission for the last Chaos Emerald as Bunnie and Cassia square off, cyborg to cyborg. Alignments and perspectives clash in “Hidden Costs”: part 2.

SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #278
SONIC’s planet-wide chase CONTINUES!”Face of the Enemy” Part One: Sonic, Antoine and Big head to Shamar to rescue another Gaia Key Guardian! They’re calling in the reinforcements and getting some help from the local Freedom Fighters-but will that really be enough to get past the fearsome Egg Army? Then, in “Hidden Costs” Part Two: Get ringside seats to Bunnie vs. Cassia. It’s the can’t-miss Cyborg fight of the century! Featuring cover art by jamming Jamal Peppers and a “Maniacal” variant By CG artist Rafa Knight!
Script: Ian Flynn, Aleah Baker
Art: Adam Bryce Thomas, Evan Stanley, Terry Austin, John Workman & Gabriel Cassata
Sonic the Hedgehog #278 CVR A Reg: Jamal Peppers, Terry Austin, Elaina Unger
Sonic the Hedgehog #278 CVR B Variant: Rafa Knight
On Sale Date: 11/18
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

Sonic the Hedgehog #278 is out next Wednesday. Make sure you don’t let your opportunity go like sand through your fingers! Or stones through your fingers, that’d just be painful.

Source: Newsarama

9 Comments

  1. For many years, I have often associated Bunnie with the Bionic Commando theme…but it turns out she was Deus Ex all along.

    I DIDN’T ASK FOR THIS!

    1. I have a feeling Cassia will start to doubt herself after hearing Bunnie’s sad story about how she got her cyborg parts.

  2. Is it me or it seems that since the reboot these kinds of emotional turmoils and conflicts are now restricted to the comic exclusive characters (like Bunnie and Nicole) while they always play it safe with the main characters from the videogames?

    1. mandates from Sega say the videogames characters can’t differ too much their game counterpart in these kinds fucking Dumb right.

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