Sonic the Comic 015

Sonic the Comic
Sonic the Comic issue #15
Issue No.15
Publish Date11th December 1993
Cover ArtistFerran Rodriguez
Previous IssueIssue 14
Next IssueIssue 16

This is the fifteenth issue of Sonic the Comic and contains the concluding part to the Decap Attack strip.


[edit] Comic Strips

[edit] Sonic the Hedgehog

The Green Eater

  • Script: Mark Millar
  • Art: Mike Hadley
  • Lettering: Elitta Fell

In the Scrap Brain Zone, a large badnik known as Terra-Droid is commanding an army of worker badniks to finish a special machine known as the Green-Eater, demanding that it be ready in the next hour.

Elsewhere in the Emerald Hill Zone Tails runs to alert Sonic that the zone has started to melt. Just as their wondering what is going on, a Flicky bird comes to tell Sonic about what is going on in the Scrap Brain Zone, so Sonic takes off to have a look as the two events must be related.

Sonic facing Terra-Droid
Soon Sonic arrives and destroys the worker badniks, freeing the animals inside who distract Terra-Droid whilst Sonic runs off to take care of the Green-Eater. Soon enough he finds it, running around it as fast as he can to make a mini tornado that tears the Green-Eater apart. With that taken care of, Sonic takes over from animals and tackles Terra-Droid, presumably as Terra-Droid is so huge, Sonic instead jumps up to his chest and removes the battery, causing Terra-Droid to cease functioning. They then take the robot back to the Emerald Hill Zone and turn his gigantic body into a house.

[edit] Characters

[edit] Ecco the Dolphin

Ecco the Dolphin, Part 3

  • Script: Woodrow Phoenix
  • Art: Steve White
  • Lettering: Tom Frame

Ecco is picked up by the pterodactyl which tells Ecco that he has been tasked with bringing Ecco up into the sky to speak with a Glyph. After reaching the Glyph and sending out his sonar, the Glyph tells Ecco that once it has shared its knowledge Ecco will have to travel to the city of Atlantis. The Glyph tells Ecco that humans built all the Glyphs and filled them with knowledge specifically to pass onto Ecco and that the creatures that attacked are actually from outer space. Their world can no longer sustain them, so they came to Earth in order to find food. The Glyph then tells Ecco that in Atlantis are maps and the power to defeat the aliens and their machines, as well as free Ecco's friends.

The pterodactyl then drops Ecco into another pool of water where a second Glyph is waiting to transport Ecco to Atlantis. Ecco lands in the pool and manages to reach the Glyph before being eaten by a giant prehistoric creature.

[edit] The Legend of the Golden Axe

Plague of Serpents, Part 3

  • Script: Mark Eyles
  • Art: Mike White
  • Lettering: Ellie de Ville

Yuki attacks Gilius with floral magic, wrapping him up in vines, although Gilius isn't too worried and tells Tyris that this is actually his younger sister. As Tyris is injured, they agree to let Yuki go with Gilius to rescue the Queen and stop Cobraxis from getting the enchanted metal. The pair head into the caverns that lie beneath Rockguard, unknown to them they are being followed snakes and the still hypnotised Ax-Battler. The snake relays to Cobraxis about the intruders so he sends another priest, Viprax, to go and bring the intruders to him. Viprax doesn't take long to find Gilius and Yuki, and sends his magic rainbow snakes after them.

[edit] Decap Attack

Starring Chuck D. Head! Part 6

  • Script and Art: Nigel Kitching
  • Colour: John Burns
  • Lettering: Tom Frame

The Professor reveals his first creature, cloned from half of Head's brain, the result is a Blockbusters contestant. Max is so horrified by this he escapes with his accountant, Rupert, and monsters back to his own castle, giving a vow of vengeance before they disappear which impresses Rupert. They then take their castle back down into Hell, leaving the creation with the Professor, which Igor decides to keep in the dungeon. The comic ends with Megadroid, the comic's mascot, promising to bring a sensible comic in the next issue.

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