Sonic the Comic 019
|Sonic the Comic|
|Sonic the Comic issue #19|
|Publish Date||18th February 1994|
|Cover Artist||Brian Williamson and Steve White|
|Previous Issue||Issue 18|
|Next Issue||Issue 20|
This is the nineteenth issue of Sonic the Comic. This issue contains the start of the Eternal Champions and Shinobi strips.
 Comic Strips
 Sonic the Hedgehog
Casino Night, Part 2
- Script: Nigel Kitching
- Art: Richard Elson
- Lettering: Elitta Fell
Sonic and Porker are tied to the tracks of the Casino Night Zone roller coaster, with a cart heading straight for them. The Marxio Brothers are watching nearby, with Grouchio claiming credit for what is actually Chicio's plan. Porker is panicking because Sonic doesn't have a plan to get them out of the way of the roller coaster, until Sonic admits he was just joking, he does really. He vibrates his hands at Sonic speed to cause the ropes to loosen, allowing himself and Porker to move out of the way of the roller coaster car just in time.previous issue, where Grouchio has the device that Porker created which would disable the main computer running the zone. After trying to get hold of the device, Grouchio eventually smashes it, although Sonic reveals he didn't need it anyway, he was just stalling for time as Porker, who could create the device in the first place, is more than capable of reprogramming the main computer manually as well.
Once they get out of the pinball machine they see that Porker was successful and all the machines are paying out money again. The head of the main control room in the centre of the zone explodes and Sonic and Porker make a quick exit.
 Eternal Champions
Eternal Champions, Part 1
- Script: Michael Cook
- Art: Brian Williamson and Steve White
- Lettering: Tom Frame
In Tokyo, two suspicious looking men are conducting a deal to exchange Bio-Keys, a government secret project, when Shadow Yamato, a ninja assassin, bursts through the window to stop them. Nakano, one of the men, is surprised to see Yamato alive, and moments later the rest of the Eternal Champions (R.A.X. Coswell, Jonathon Blade, Xavier, Jetta Maxx, Larcien Tyler, Mitchell Middleton Knight, Trident and Slash) burst in to tackle Nakano's guards. As they are fighting Nakano is able to escape, Yamato though is happy they stopped the deal and have proof that what the Eneternal Champion forewarned them has come true and they have arrived at the right time stream to destroy the Bio-Key technology, as it threatens the future.
The Art of War, Part 1
- Script: Alan McKenzie
- Art: Jon Haward
- Lettering: Ellie de'Ville
In Tokyo Joe Musashi disguised as an old man is outside the Neo Zeed building, there is no way in from the front as he would need an entry card and also a pin code. Joe thinks back to his training five years previously, and the words of his master who told him that if the enemy isn't abiding by the laws of bushido, then he shouldn't either. Naoko is still missing, so Musashi heads to the roof of a nearby building with a hang-glider, landing on the roof of the Neo Zeed building.
The Land Beyond, Part 2
- Script: Nigel Kitching
- Art: Dave Windett and John M. Burns
- Lettering: Steve Potter
Eventually they come across some old bones, and hear a loud growl not too far off, but before they can really dwell on it they come across Shirob who is shackled to a large piece of stone. As they go to release him, some eyes and teeth light up in the background.
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