Comic Preview: Sonic the Hedgehog #281

Instant awesome, just add dragons. Supposedly.

There’s a new comic shortly along the road, and Comics Alliance has a preview for it. First up in Sonic the Hedgehog #281, Sonic and some other Freedom Fighters are in Chun-Nan on the hunt for that area’s Gaia Key. The place is under fortification from Silver Sonic and Eggman’s other forces though, so they need a bit more fire power!

But while Dulcy may bring the force, is her fledgling ready to take on such crucial stakes? Find out in “Wings of Fire”: part 1. Then, Bunnie and Tails are looking for a Gaia Key in Adabat, but they’ll need to help out the local key guardian in his time of need in “Homesick”.

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SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #281
Script: Ian Flynn
Art: Jamal Peppers, Jennifer Hernandez, Terry Austin, John Workman & Gabriel Cassata
Sonic the Hedgehog #281 CVR A Reg: Tyson Hesse
Sonic the Hedgehog #281 CVR B Variant: Diana Skelly, Rick Bryant & Matt Herms
SONIC is SPEEDING down the Dragon Road in “Wings of Fire” Part One: Sonic and the Freedom Fighters travel to city-state of Chun-nan in search of more Gaia Keys! Dulcy the dragon is bringing all her might to help, but is her fledging team ready for end-of-the-world stakes? Could anyone really be? Then in “Homesick,” Bunnie and Tails come to the aid of a Key Guardian in a time of crisis! Featuring Cover art by the totally-terrific Tyson Hesse and a special “Love Struck” variant by the super-expressive Diana Skelly!
On Sale Date: 5/11
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

Sonic the Hedgehog #281 is due out on May 11th. Remember to make tracks, but preferably without burning the road up!

Source: Comics Alliance

5 Comments

  1. Cream’s in the field? Awesome! Last time we saw action from her was in Pirate Plunder Panic.

    1. Yep. Thought it may be the belated Valentine’s cover with Sonic and his unruly harem that makes you nostalgic for Tenchi.

  2. I like Dulcy’s redesign. Her old design’s classic, but in this era it doesn’t fit well with the other designs. More like Charizard and less like Dragonite is a good thing.

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