Re: Comments on Sonic Comic #29 (spoilers)

From: James Walt <>
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 1995 07:45:44 -0400 (EDT)

On Sun, 24 Sep 1995, Ron Bauerle wrote:

> Here are my comments on Sonic 29, FWIW:

> I'll let somebody else summarize all the plot and credit details...
> And isn't it convenient that the portable de-roboticizer would have only
> _one_ charge left (and of course I assume they can't figure out how to
> recharge it or anything...)

Yeah, it's a puzzlement. Especially when Bunnie and Uncle Chuck have a
real need of it. (but then, what would that do to the plot?)

> I'll let somebody else comment on how Antoine was holding Bunnie...

To quote Lurch: You Rang?

Frankly, what drooling fanboy wouldn't want to put their arms around Bunnie?

> Why should Sally have volunteered to be roboticized when Uncle Chuck's
> already there? Or was this story set before he had regained his will?
> (Maybe the next issue will clarify this - Uncle Chuck's on the cover...)
> While I appreciate the comic's move towards the Sat. AM Sonic, I wish they'd
> note how it fits into the continuity, sort of like the Gargoyles comic is
> doing (or at least _was_ doing) with respect to the daily show.

Since in the SatAm Uncle Chuck had been revealed as a spy, Robotnic would
probably dismantled him to find out why he broke conditioning. It isn't
out of continuity (much) so I'll pass on flaming them here.

I'll save the rest of my comments for later.

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