Sonic Pulls Off A Train Heist In This Exclusive Preview Of ‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ #259

By: 04.21.14
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If anybody can pull off a train heist, it’s got to be Sonic, right? Fast, capable, good with a spin-attack? Well… that depends on what he runs into, as we see in this exclusive preview of Sonic The Hedgehog #259.

If you’re unfamiliar, yes, Sonic has had his very own ongoing comic book for more than twenty years now, published through Archie. The series started off as unrelated stories, largely about Sonic thwarting Robotnik, but over time, it’s developed into its own series with its own continuity, and become a popular all-ages book.

Often the comic bridges the gap between the video games and the actual story, often doing a better job of it than the game developers. And a good example of that is the current arc, wherein a train heist goes… well, see for yourself. Sonic The Hedgehog #259 arrives on Wednesday.

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SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #259
The brand new world of Sonic the Hedgehog barrels ahead at breakneck speed with “The Chase” Part Two: Sonic fights for his life against a NEW terrifying super-badnik! Just to make matters worse, they’re battling on an out-of-control train! With Dr. Eggman waiting at the depot, Sonic’s in a fight against time – and killer robots! Featuring high-speed cover art from Sonic artist supreme TRACY YARDLEY plus an exclusive SEGA game art variant!

Script: Ian Flynn
Art: Evan Stanley, Terry Austin, John Workman and Steve Downer
Cover: Tracy Yardley
Game Art Variant Cover art provided by SEGA with Vincent Lovallo
On Sale: 4/23
32-page, full color comic
$2.99 US.

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