Sonic Legacy Series is an ongoing series of graphic novels published by Archie Comics, featuring SEGA's mascot video game character Sonic the Hedgehog. The series contains reprints of Sonic the Hedgehog in black and white. Book 1 will has 512 pages, which is the equivalent of 16 Sonic the Hedgehog comics. Strangely, the first book actually includes 20 Sonic the Hedgehog comics as well as special extra features.
- Sonic Legacy Series #1: (October 26, 2011) - issues #0-#3 of the Original Sonic Miniseries and issues #1-#16 of Sonic the Hedgehog
- Sonic Legacy Series #2: (November 21, 2012) - issues #17-#36 of Sonic the Hedgehog
- Sonic Legacy Series #3: (January 21, 2014) - issues #37-#49 and #51-54 of Sonic the Hedgehog, "For Whom the Bell Tolls" from SSS#6, "Down and Out in Downunda" from SSS#4 and "Total Re-Genesis" from SSS#5
- Sonic Legacy Series #4: (December 2014) - presumably issues #55-74 of Sonic the Hedgehog
- Similar to the Sonic Selects, the Sonic Legacy volumes are referred to as books instead.
- This series is targeted for older audiences by containing more issues in black and white "in order to be competitive in a Marvel/DC graphic novel market," according to editor Paul Kaminski.
- The series was launched in 2011 to coincide with Sonic's 20th anniversary.
- Book 1
- Ben Bates forgot to sign the cover art once he'd drawn it. 
- Book 3
- The cover art was first shown at New York Comic Con 2012, and later appeared as one of the posters in Sonic Super Special Magazine #5. The version first shown at NYCC included Geoffrey St. John dangling from a parachute in the top left corner, but the version used for the final cover and the poster had him removed.
- The art style of the cover resembles the style used in the opening and ending animations of Sonic CD.
- On the opening page of #40, which recaps the events of #39 and Sonic & Knuckles: Mecha Madness, there is an unusual error in which certain words disappear. It was revealed by Jon Gray at BumbleKing that this error was due to the missing words being in red text, causing the text to not show up on the black plates, which removes the colour from the pages. The fact that the coloured letters had been removed was not noticed by the production team.
- Upon closer inspection, the Sonic Super Special #6 cover shown in the book appears to be an early sketch version, as several minor differences can be seen when compared to the coloured version.