Knuckles rocks the spotlight in Archie Sonic #244 - destructoid

Knuckles rocks the spotlight in Archie Sonic #244

6:30 PM on 12.28.2012

Tony Ponce

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Also, check out the Proto Man / Knuckles cover for Sonic Universe #51

Archie Sonic continues as we count down to the "When Worlds Collide" crossover event in April!

Following last month's issue, Sonic the Hedgehog #244 begins with a confused Knuckles looking for whatever is left of his people in the Echidna city of Albion. As he searches the ruins, he discovers an incapacitated Sonic and crew, who were soundly beaten to a bloody pulp by Metal Knuckles. Meanwhile, the Warner Bros. legal hounds furiously bite the tips of their pens as Thrash the Tasmanian Devil graces comic pages once more.

Sonic #244 ought to be in subscribers hands' now, but stores won't be stocking copies until January 2. Check out some sample pages below.

As an added bonus, Archie has also sent me the variant cover of April's Sonic Universe #51, featuring Proto Man and Knuckles. This cover marks part two of the "When Worlds Collide" arc, while the Bass / Shadow cover I shared the other week marks part three.

PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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