New Sonic the Hedgehog Children’s Books Released

Two brand new Sonic the Hedgehog children’s titles (which we first reported on back in October last year) are now available for purchase!

Sonic and the Tales of Terror is a compilation of three stories written by Kiel Phegley, and illustrated by Sonic the Hedgehog comic legend Patrick Spaziante (not Ian McGinty as previously reported).

Delight in terrifying new stories featuring the world’s fastest and most famous Hedgehog hero, Sonic!

Sonic may be the fastest hero in the world, but he must rely on his friends to stay ahead of Dr. Eggman’s creepy plots! In Sonic and the Tales of Terror, Dr. Eggman and his cronies concoct mysterious schemes to trap Sonic in three stories with original illustrations. This set of stories is another must-have title for long-time fans eager for new content!

The second title, Sonic the Hedgehog: Race Against Chaos is a sticker activity book, containing 32 pages of activities in which the reader must help Sonic recapture the Chaos Emeralds.

Both books are available via Amazon and priced at $6.99 for Tales of Terror and $7.99 for Race Against Chaos (see the links below):

Sonic and the Tales of Terror (Amazon US)

Sonic and the Tales of Terror (Amazon UK)

Sonic the Hedgehog: Race Against Chaos (Amazon US)

Sonic the Hedgehog: Race Against Chaos (Amazon UK)

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  1. I read the first book Tales of Deception I believe it’s called and found it to be surprisingly good. For the second story mostly. The third story was not very good. But I’m definitely excited to pick this up and see what other fun stories can be told.

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