SAGE 4 Interview: SimSonic

SimSonic is a member of Magitek Software, but has his own solo project with ShenSonic – a Sonic ‘spin’ on Ryo Hazuki’s Dreamcast outing. He also contributed to our SAGE Compo prize. Nice chap. Continue reading SAGE 4 Interview: SimSonic

SAGE 4 Interview: Matt the Yak

Matt the Yak seems to be the only member of his team, Gameplay. Has a wacky mind, and brings this out in his admirably senseless plots in his Fan Games. We catch up with him during SAGE 2002. Continue reading SAGE 4 Interview: Matt the Yak

Community Interview: Archie Comics Artist J. Axer

J. Axer is one of the best Furry/Sonic artists around, and he recently was given a job at Archie working on the Sonic Comics. The Sonic Stadium managed to get an exclusive chat with the Archie artist about his job and his roles in the community. You can check out J’s stuff by going to his website, Axer Industries. Continue reading Community Interview: Archie Comics Artist J. Axer

Community Interview: Fan Hoaxer Sonic Neo

It’s time to interview some of our own talented community members! Sonic Neo is well known at the Sonic Stadium Message Board, and usually helps out with people’s problems with Fan Games and the like. We have a chat about his activity on the forum, as well as his latest projects. Continue reading Community Interview: Fan Hoaxer Sonic Neo

Community Interview: Shayne Thames

If you’re ever in need to know anything about the latest cartoon, Sonic Underground, then Shayne Thames is your gal. Webmaster of fansite SonicUnderground.net, Thames has a large database of information on characters, episodes and more. She’s also famous for having a rather amazing run-in with Sonic Team leader, Yuji Naka. Read on for the story on that… Continue reading Community Interview: Shayne Thames

Community Interview: Fireball20XL Comic Author PsyGuy

Known as the ‘Mad Dog of Sprite Comics’ (well… to us, anyway), PsyGuy is the creator of the Fireball20XL website, a fan comic workshop that contains a number of strips including Dirty Power and That’s My Sonic. As one of the leading voices in the Sprite Comic arena, we had a chat with Psy to learn more about the cool things he’s doing. Continue reading Community Interview: Fireball20XL Comic Author PsyGuy

Community Interview: GeNeratioN8

Generation8 has become a highly prominent and familiar face in the fan art community, and so we caught up with the promising artist to get her thoughts on the Sonic franchise as well as get pointers on how to be great at drawing. Fan fiction writer Nicholas D Wolfwood stars as guest interviewer for TSS; let’s go! Continue reading Community Interview: GeNeratioN8

Community Interview: Archie Comics Artist Dawn Best

Dawn Best works on the Archie Sonic the Hedgehog comic series, but before that was a prominent artist in the Sonic fan community. She was the mysterious fan artist that ‘levelled up’ to Archie in our news article here. Dawn’s skills quickly helped her get formally recognised by Archie, and since making introductions she has been working alongside Ken Penders and co since Issue #101. It’s a real community success story, and we’re happy to chat with her today about her story. Find her personal website here. Continue reading Community Interview: Archie Comics Artist Dawn Best

Community Interview: SoaH Webmaster Neon Chaos

For today’s Community Interview, we’ve put the spotlight on a fellow Sonic website administrator! Dennis Spielman, aka Neon Chaos, is the webmaster of a great fansite called Shadow of a Hedgehog, and has made a big name for himself in the Sonic community with an impressive downloads section. Warning: Sonic Adventure 2 Spoilers inside. Continue reading Community Interview: SoaH Webmaster Neon Chaos

Community Interview: The Return of John Weeks

John Weeks is well-known in the Sonic community for his outstanding MIDI compositions, which show his growing talent with every project while remaining very faithful to the original music. Andrew previously interviewed John, which you can read here, and now Dreadknux has come back to ask him a few more questions about his awesome work. Read on… Continue reading Community Interview: The Return of John Weeks

Community Interview: Fan Artist WB

WB is one of the best fan artists in the Sonic Internet Community today, and has a long history contributing artwork too. These days, WB even has a hand in Archie’s official Sonic the Hedgehog comic series – living the dream! Buckle up though, this is probably one of the craziest interviews we’ve done yet. Continue reading Community Interview: Fan Artist WB

Community Interview: Archie Reviewer Dan Drazen

Dan Drazen is a seasoned figure in the Sonic community, having reviewed the Archie Sonic comic since Issue #29 and forming experienced opinions on the series and its future. He’s basically the Roger Ebert of Sonic comic reviews among the internet community, and having met Ken Penders he’s also well connected to the roots of the Archie team. Read on for our exclusive chat with him. Continue reading Community Interview: Archie Reviewer Dan Drazen

Community Interview: MIDI Composer John Weeks

Time for another Community Interview, this time from amazing fan MIDI composer John Weeks! John is famous in the Sonic community for his sequencing of various tracks in the Sonic, NiGHTS and ChuChu Rocket games. We speak to him about his hobbies, what made him start making music and his thoughts on the NiGHTS Gamecube rumours. Continue reading Community Interview: MIDI Composer John Weeks

Community Interview: ‘Sotsu’ Fan Fiction Writer Nicholas D. Wolfwood

Welcome to a new series of features on The Sonic Stadium called Community Interviews. Here, we pick some of the most active and talented people in the Sonic internet community and chat with them about what they do and their interest in the blue blur. First up is Nicholas D. Wolfwood, who is the creator of the long-running fan fiction series, Sotsu. It’s also the name of Dreadknux’s favourite character in Trigun.
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