Re: Quozl's Really Short Mini-Review: Sonic #35

From: Robert Haynie <>
Date: Tue, 26 Mar 1996 19:14:49 GMT

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-> To:!sonic
-> Date: Mon, 25 Mar 1996 19:44:16 -0500
-> Subject: Re: Quozl's Really Short Mini-Review: Sonic #35
-> Kevin -
-> Did you think the KNUCKLES story was geared toward a younger
-> readership? When we turned the script in for #35, we honestly
-> thought we were going to be asked to tone it down. If anything,
-> things get more intense as the story progresses. I've seen a make
-> ready proof on KNUCKLES #1, and Art Mawhinney has turned in a SUPER
-> job. This book moves into high-gear from the first page.
-> I normally don't debate reviews on my work, but if Mike and I are
-> going to take razzies from the readers on this one, we'd at least
-> like to hear your reasons for dissatisfaction. Thanks.
-> Ken Penders
    Well, I LIKED the Knuckles story. (Nice to see that Robotnik isn't
the only howling mad scientist in the history of Mobius.) It's getting
pretty intense, there.
    The Sonic lead-in was OK, too (even though I ain't a fan of Manak's
artwork), but the argument about the rings is pretty acurate. I put it
through a computer, and determined that assuming Sonic is 16, never
sleeps, eats, or anything else-- just grabs rings-- he will have to grab
roughly 47.5 rings every SECOND. He's fast, but he ain't THAT fast...
    In other words, nice story, bad math. Oh, well...

Received on Wed Mar 27 1996 - 01:12:27 PST

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