Now THIS is what I fear the most, the fact that all this will most likely mean nothing in the overall narrative. Still, as long as Sega's shadow is over the scripts (again, if it's as how we think), seems like they will not try to change the status quo one bit. And don't get me wrong, you can tell great stories without any world-shattering crisis on the horizon, but if things don't change a little from time to time, a long running comic like this can end up feeling bland.
(Okay, hope this doesn't count as double-posting...) I've been reading the most recent comics and... wow, some serious sh*t has happened. There have been some interesting chapters in my opinion. Maybe it's because my expectatives were low, but I felt like stakes have gotten REALLY high. And I like that. But I fear that all they've been building story-wise gets solved via deus-ex-machina, and as much as I like the zombot concept, I still think it could have worked better if it wasn't handled like your generic zombie apocalypse. Artwork is on point, as always. To me at this point the art the best quality this comic has to offer. I'll mention the great work made by Jack Lawrence (who seems to be the one drawing the most of this arc), newcomer (I think) Priscilla Tramontano in issue 22, and Adam Bryce Thomas in issue 24, giving us that manga-styled side of Sonic some of us love so much! Also worth mentioning some really good character interactions that make me remember Ian Flynn is the one still writing, although Sega might limit his narrative skills in order to... errr... whatever Sega wants. (BTW, do we use this thread to talk about the Tangle & Whisper mini-series too?)
So...does anyone here play BanG Dream! Girls Band Party? No? Am I the only one? Okay... It's basically like Guitar Hero, but in mobile format, and with cute anime waifus girls. Although I don't play much. In fact, most times I just play a couple of songs and read some conversations between characters, and that's pretty much it. And I suck at it.
Yeah, I mean, I can see the inspiration you're taking every time you make a fan-character. It's just that I really REALLY like the way you develop this super-duper cute kind of character design, and it's clearly visible that, while imitating a preexisting style, your own still surfaces from time to time. Nothing wrong with that tho. In fact, I'd say it's a good thing, since you've made your style THAT recognisable.
Hey... I've never noticed that! So, is this site hosted in a part of the internet where time has stopped? Has our aging stopped due to us being users of this forum? WE NEED ANSWERS! WE DESERVE THE TRUTH!!
You're improving your "mangartoonish" style, Shinomi-chan! I wished you finally took your own style and made more OCs out of any fandom (nothing wrong with doing that tho), because those cutesy chibi-like designs are really appealing and nice to look at!
That would have been awesome, pure fan-servive done right. Although Green Hill Zone sounds in the background when Sonic's playing baseball. That was a nice touch too. I've heard that Tyson helped the design team, but oddly enough, the more I see this movie Sonic, the more I think it looks more like Evan Stanley's Sonic, specially the way he emotes:
Although stopping the download would severely affect Eggman, warning Shadow seems like the best option... he might be a powerful ally in the future, and so he should not fight robots that get stronger the more energy they are hit by (*cough*like CHAOS ENERGY*cough*)
To me, this trailer is better than the previous one not only because of the design, but because Sonic feels like Sonic. Also, shows more action and less real-world stuff, so maybe that's why the overall footage seems better.