Comic Preview: Sonic Universe #92

Do what you want ’cause a pirate is free, you are a…detective. The preview for Sonic Universe #92 has been released, and we’re on the high seas as the Chaotix try to solve their case! Apprehended by a band of pirates, the Chaotix are surprised to learn that the hostage they’re supposed to rescue is comfortably going along with them!

With no other options out, Vector decides that there’s only one way they can possibly escape their situation; surrender the team and join up with the pirates! How will this pan out for the mission, and what secrets will be unraveled as they breech the heart of the pirate operation? Find out in “Case of the Pirate Princess”: part 2.


ENTER the DEPTHS of DANGER in “The Case of the Pirate Princess” Part Two: The Chaotix have tracked down the princess of Meropis and the pirates that kidnapped her – but now they’re prisoners as well! And Vector’s daring plan to escape… is to join them?! It’s mysteries and revelations galore as the Chaotix hit the high seas! Featuring cover art by Sonic comics veteran Tracy Yardley and a “Shinobi” variant by monster-talent T-Rex!
Script: Aleah Baker & Ian Flynn
Art: Adam Bryce Thomas, Jim Amash, Jack Morelli, Matt Herms
Cover: Tracy Yardley, Jim Amash, Ben Hunzeker
Variant Cover: T. Rex
On Sale Date: 11/16
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

Sonic Universe #92 is due out tomorrow, which is November 16th. Set sail for a pirating adventure of comical magnitude!

Source: Gamespot

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  1. There’s something about the way Vector’s drawn in the last page’s first panel that looks slightly… odd.

  2. This was a really interesting issue. Great writing, interesting concepts for the future, and some great art makes me very excited to see where it goes from here.

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