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SB 5

SB 5 V1

Sonic Boom
Publication Details
Issue 

5

Date Published 

February 2015

Publishing Company 

Archie Comics

Production Staff
Cover Artist
Cover Colorist
Writer
Assistant Editor
  • Vincent Lovallo
Editor
  • Paul Kaminski
Editor in Chief
  • Victor Gorelick
President
  • Mike Pellerito
Publisher
  • Jon Goldwater
First Appearances
Characters
  

Archie Sonic Boom Issue 5 is the fifth issue of the spin off Sonic Boom comic series.

Summary

Official Solicitation

Sonic Boom is your antidote to comics that lack amaze-ma-tude! Eggtoberfest! Dr. Eggman's sick and tired of no one trusting him! How on earth can he take advantage of people if they don't trust him to begin with? The answer? Eggtoberfest! Just one small problem: the mechanical master forgot to hire ride operators for his carnivorous carnival creation! So it's Sonic to the rescue! If a good guy helps a bad guy, is that 'helping' at all? Ponder this and other philosophical queries in the latest action-packed issue of Sonic Boom, written by Sonic Boom TV Series writer Bill Freiberger! Featuring cover art from Patrick 'SPAZ' Spaziante and an X-RAY variant from the newest superstar Diana Skelly!

Story One

Bonus Features

Quotes

Key Events

Background Information

  • This is the first issue to be written by television writer and co-producer, Bill Freiberger.

Cameos & References

  • A needle and a mouse can be seen next to each other on the X-Ray screen in this issue's variant cover. This is a reference to Sonic's early production name, "Mr. Needlemouse."


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