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This miniseries takes place between Sonic the Hedgehog #20Sonic the Hedgehog #21
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Princess Sally Miniseries
Publication Details
Issue 

1

Date Published 

February 1995

Publishing Company 

Archie Comics

Production Staff
Cover Artist
Cover Colorist
Frontispiece
Writer
Pencils
Inks
Letters
Colors
Editor
  • Scott Fulop
Managing Editor
  • Victor Gorelick
Editor in Chief
  • Richard Goldwater
Special Thanks

Jennifer Hunn, Cynthia Wilkes and Bob Harris of SEGA

First Appearances
Characters
  

Archie Princess Sally Miniseries Issue 1 was the first issue of the Princess Sally Miniseries.

Summary

Story One

"Deadliest of the Species" - Part One

A group of SWATbots swarm around Princess Sally and Geoffrey St. John. They get into a firefight with the 'bots, but Geoffrey quickly runs out of bolts for his crossbow. Sally mentions that his poor planning reminds her of someone else she knows and throws a grenade into the crowd of SWATbots. They escape Robotropolis and Sally decides to take him back to meet the rest of her crew.

In the forest, Hamlin, Arlo, Penelope, and Dylan are waiting for the princess. Penelope wonders how Sally intends to train them by making them wait around just as Geoffrey sneaks up on the group and starts a fight with Hamlin. Sally breaks them up, explaining that they're on the same side. She introduces Geoffrey to the group and they break for sleep. Hamlin tells Geoffrey that he doesn't trust him, but he doesn't seem to care.

The next morning, Sally outlines the group's plan to knock out the energy substations that supply power to Robotropolis' defense system. She tells them that she successfully destroyed the first one the previous night when she met St. John. The group soon finds the substation at the edge of the Great Forest. After neutralizing its defenses, the team heads inside and Sally uses NICOLE to set the building to self-destruct. As they're about to leave, they're attacked by Orb Bots. Sally manages to trip one with wires as Geoffrey saves Hamlin from being squashed. With the self-destruct about to go off, they run from the building with the Orb Bot on their tail. The Orb Bot falls off a cliff, and Geoffrey and Hamlin start arguing again.

Sally interjects once again, telling Hamlin that if she can't trust St. John he may as well not trust her either. That night, Geoffrey leaves camp, making sure to check on Sally in her tent before he leaves. Far from the camp, he uses his wrist watch to create a mysterious portal. On the other side, he enters a large building and makes his way down the stairs. There, he finds Sally, unconscious inside a giant metal container. He taps on the glass and tells her "Soon, m'luv...soon!"

Quotes

  • Sally: "If you can't trust him after that -- you might as well not trust me either!"

Key Events

  • Sally and Geoffrey escape from Robotropolis.
  • Sally, Geoffrey and Sally's trainees infiltrate one of Robotnik's bases.
  • After destroying the base, the group defeats the attacking Orb Bots.
  • Geoffrey sneaks out in the middle of the night and finds a second Sally.

Background Information

Cameos & References

  • M.A.D. Cat from the animated series Inspector Gadget makes a brief cameo appearance sitting on Robotnik's chair when Geoffrey contacts him. This could be a reference to Robotnik's depiction in SatAM (also made by DIC Entertainment) showing similarities to the show's main villain, Dr. Claw.

Reprint History

This issue has been reprinted in the following places:


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