- This miniseries takes place between Archie Sonic the Hedgehog Issue 20 — Archie Sonic the Hedgehog Issue 21
Deadliest of the Species - Part Two
- Writer: Mike Kanterovich and Ken Penders
- Pencils: Art Mawhinney
- Inks: Rich Koslowski
- Colors: Barry Grossman
- Letters: Mindy Eisman
- Editor: Scott Fulop
- Managing Editor: Victor Gorelick
- Editor-in-chief: Richard Goldwater
Geoffrey St. John and Hamlin are sparring while Dylan, Penelope, and Arlo watch, concerned that they'll hurt each other. Geoffrey easily overpowers Hamlin and knocks him over. Princess Sally rushes in and knocks Geoffrey over, telling him that as long as he is with them he has to play by her rules and that they cannot have in-fighting. Geoffrey sheepishly apologizes and the group plans its next attack. The final substation is located on an atoll that they can't reach directly, so Sally arranges for the group to fly in using hang-gliders.
As they sail across to the atoll, an anti-air cannon takes aim at them. Arlo's hang-glider is hit and he crashes into a tree. Sally tells the group to ditch their gliders and press forward, despite Hamlin's protests. Hamlin goes back and finds Arlo not very far behind them. Penelope decides to stick behind and care for Arlo's broken leg while the rest of the group continues toward the substation.
Outside the substation, Geoffrey feels like they're being watched, but Sally tells him to ignore it. The group breaks in and starts placing explosives around the room when Sally is suddenly snatched up by an Octo-Pod. While the robot is busy grabbing Hamlin and Dylan, Geoffrey sets his bomb on the robot's underside. Sally sprays paint into the robot's eyes, causing it to let go of her and the rest of the group, and they escape the building just before the Octo-Pod explodes.
The group heads back to pick up Arlo and Penelope to discover that they are missing. Dylan notices that their tracks suddenly stop, prompting Sally to suggest they need to get out of the area as soon as possible. Hamlin asks the princess if she is lost her mind, but she asks him to be reasonable and pushes them to head back to camp. Later that night, Geoffrey kidnaps Princess Sally and takes her to the room where another Sally is being kept. He reports to Dr. Robotnik, revealing that he's a double agent. The other Sally wakes up, and by the next morning has taken Sally's place in the team. Hamlin asks her where Geoffrey has gone, and she simply replies that he's probably finishing up a last minute arrangement. Back in Robotropolis, Geoffrey carts the sleeping Sally to Robotnik, who reveals the Sally outside is actually a robotic clone.
- Arlo's Hang Glider is shot down, leaving Arlo injured.
- Penelope remains behind with Arlo while the others attack one of Robotnik's bases.
- The group is attacked by an Octo-Pod but it is destroyed, as well as the base.
- Geoffrey replaces the Auto Automaton of Sally with the real one, and delivers the fake to Robotnik.
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- Sally's vest alternates between purple and blue in this issue. This is because the real Sally is wearing her blue vest, while the Auto Automaton is wearing the purple one.
- The concept of a robotic duplicate of Sally was previously used in the Sonic the Hedgehog TV series, in the episode "Sonic and Sally". The act of transferring the thoughts and emotions of Sally from her real self to the robotic duplicate are similar in both the television episode and this issue.