Comic Preview: Sonic the Hedgehog #280

Rev up your engines, because we’re going top gear into intrigue!

The Shattered World Crisis continues on in Efrika for Sonic the Hedgehog #280, and Comics Alliance has a preview for it. Sonic, Tails and Chip have travelled to Mazuri to obtain the next Gaia Key, but this situation proves to be taking the bull by the horns as they take on Axel the Water Buffalo and his Egg Army!

But what exactly has Chip found in the Gaia Temple that’s so shocking? Find out in “Keys to Victory”.  Meanwhile, Sally and Rotor are also on the search for Gaia Keys, but the problem they find is more personal than physical in “A Special Occasion”.

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SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #280
Script: Ian Flynn
Art: Jamal Peppers, Jennifer Hernandez, Terry Austin, John Workman & Gabriel Cassata
Sonic the Hedgehog #280 CVR A Reg: Jamal Peppers, Terry Austin & Ben Hunzeker
Sonic the Hedgehog #280 CVR B Variant: Erik Ly
SONIC’S WORLD TOUR CONTINUES in, “Keys to Victory”:
Sonic, Tails and Chip head to the Efrikan settlement of Mazuri to find the next set of Gaia Keys—but they’ll have to go through the tough and menacing Axel, the Egg Boss of the Efrika Egg Army, to find them! While deep in the heart of the Gaia Temple, Chip finds something incredible—but you’ll just have to wait and see what it is! Then, in “A Special Occasion,” Sally and Rotor are one girl’s only hope in a family emergency! Featuring awesome cover art by jamming Jamal Peppers and an “Altered Beast” variant by the exquisite Erik Ly!
On Sale Date: 4/13
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

Sonic the Hedgehog #280 is due out on April 13th. Until then, you might want to hit the manuscripts to bide your time!

Source: Comics Alliance

8 Comments

  1. Xd ahaha i loved the discussion between the oldmen XD its so cute!
    besides Tails talking about Sonic and Chip’s reaction.. was so adorable XD

  2. Please tell me I’m not the only one that finds Sallys “Thank you!” face here adorable!

    Also, that’s an interesting take on that boss. I like it! Far more interesting than just “OH no, Eggman’s at it again!”

    1. You’re not the only one. 😀

      I like how Archie is doing a unique spin on a lot of stuff from the games, while not being so far removed that it doesn’t feel right.

      1. Same here, it’s really interesting and honestly, I think they’re doing a far better job at tying it all together into one universe than SEGA ever has.

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