with Dave Bulmer and Chris McFeely
#118 - Hologram Like A Bird's Hologram
A big bumper-sized issue to celebrate... nothing, actually, it just happens to be one. Lots of stuff happens in this episode, but I'm late uploading it, so your special covert task is to listen and find out what they are. Merry December!I've ticked "explicit" in this one just because I can't tell whether to censor a couple of pretty mild words that I find amusing
#117 - To Be Normal
It's a comic of two halves this issue, ygot Sonic runnin' about wallopin' a big sentinel, got Biohazard trashing a coffee shop, frisbees everywhere, and worlds collide in the Diary Zone Here's the link to "Sonic & Chill," which came out on like *the day* I needed chill Sonic music for Ebony's place, weird how this stuff happens https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6oEC4fpBhQ
#116 - Mr Burns' Hole
A real return to the full power for STC this issue. Emeralds, Drakons, Metallixes, you name it. Sonic dips his nose in someone's birthday cake (not his!) at Hamley's! And in the Diary Zone, a discussion of this very issue arrives from the distant past.
#115 - Toilet Is Timeless
Sometimes we might be accused of being two old men going on and on. Lots of those times happen in this episode. While Sonic revisits Megatox, the lads revisit what you should spread on what, what should be on telly when, and what to write on a poster.
#114 - Real Old People Stuff - with @RuairiColeman
We're joined by comics hume Ruairí Coleman who was worried he'd get a rubbish issue, but he didn't! Also: When rulers are exciting, how many Rangers is too many, and can you imagine the excitement of installing Internet Explorer? Plus stay tuned for a big coincidence about Ruairí's latest comic that we didn't realise before we arranged for him to come on!
#113 - The Fred Is Throgs
Sonic goes on a minor tour through Tails' imagination, Tails gets framed, Chuck talks a big game, the boomers force-femme everyone, and Amy makes no bones for the jelly-boys. Plus! Back in the 90s, 15-year-old Dave talks to A Woman and starts writing a musical.
Can’t recommend the show enough, especially for Sonic old heads
If you’re a silly yank who only grew up with the furry soap opera that was Archie’s Sonic the Hedgehog comic, you owe it to yourself to dive into Sonic The Comic alongside this show.
A super fun listen, even for filthy Archists!
As one of the dirtiest Archists to ever foul the face of the earth, I find that even my cold, dead heart is lifted by the pure and true enthusiasm of these gents as they recount, in loving detail, the contents of the alternate exploits of Sonic and friends from across the pond.
Forget your miseries and misbegotten memories of “SatAM” and other such noxious nonsense as Dave and Chris whisk you back to their childhoods where a simple pound coin (or slightly more) bought you the sharpest and speediest comic adventures to ever grace the newsagents’ stands!
Well there’s nothing wrong with it. And y’all have planned all this out just to get a bad review for no reason. The podcast you guys made is amazing and how I learned more about the comics I grew up reading. It’s just good by itself. Anyway’s I’m out of here.