Sonic the Hedgehog #249 is another exciting chapter in the Worlds Collide crossover. Ian Flynn continues to provide excellent chemistry between the Mega Man and Sonic characters. Each character is given a moment to shine and it never feels like one set of characters is being favored over the other. The one problem that I did have with this issue is the size of the lettering. It is rare to see such big lettering used for a comic and they did cause the word bubbles to take a good chuck of each panel. Fortunately Tracy Yardley provides us with a lot of eye pleasing artwork that gives this title a fun energy, which you can't help but smile when reading this comic. If you've ever been a Mega Man or Sonic fan I encourage you to pick up the Worlds Collide crossover. It is some of the most fun you'll find yourself having with a comic book this year. Read Full Review
The problem isn't so much the story arc of "Worlds Collide" declining in quality, but that the novelty is starting to wear thin, leaving only the story to carry the arc. And, I must confess, the story so far has been very formulaic. Still, we're only half way, so there's no telling what Flynn might throw at us before "Worlds Collide" is through. Read Full Review
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