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[[File:STC21-EvilOne.jpg|thumb|left|150px|The Evil One making contact with [[Shirob]], from [[Sonic the Comic Issue 21|''Sonic the Comic'' #21]]. Art by [[Dave Windett]] and [[John M. Burns]].]]
 
[[File:STC21-EvilOne.jpg|thumb|left|150px|The Evil One making contact with [[Shirob]], from [[Sonic the Comic Issue 21|''Sonic the Comic'' #21]]. Art by [[Dave Windett]] and [[John M. Burns]].]]
[[File:STC62-DarkOne.jpg|thumb|250px|The Dark One being summoned from the [[Dark Orb]], from [[Sonic the Comic Issue 62|''Sonic the Comic'' #62]]. Art by [[Nigel Kitching]].]]
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[[File:STC62-DarkOne.jpg|thumb|200px|The Dark One being summoned from the [[Dark Orb]], from [[Sonic the Comic Issue 62|''Sonic the Comic'' #62]]. Art by [[Nigel Kitching]].]]
The '''Evil One''', also known as the '''Dark One''', was a demonic spirit native to the [[Nameless Zone]]. It was responsible for transforming the [[Enchanter King]] [[Shirob]] into [[Trogg]].<ref>[[Sonic the Comic Issue 21|''Sonic the Comic'' #21]], "The Land Beyond, Part 4"</ref>
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The '''Evil One''', also known as the '''Dark One''', is a character that appears in the ''[[Sonic the Comic]]'' series published by [[Fleetway Editions]]. It was a demonic spirit native to the [[Nameless Zone]]. It was responsible for transforming the [[Enchanter King]] [[Shirob]] into [[Trogg]].<ref>[[Sonic the Comic Issue 21|''Sonic the Comic'' #21]], "The Land Beyond, Part 4"</ref>
   
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==History==
 
Some time later, Trogg used the [[Dark Orb]] to summon the Dark One again in order to transform the other Enchanter Kings in the same way as he had been. The Dark One demonstrated incredible power, effortlessly incapacitating [[Miles "Tails" Prower (Sonic the Comic)|Tails]], [[Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic the Comic)|Knuckles]] and [[Morain]].<ref name="stc62">[[Sonic the Comic Issue 62|''Sonic the Comic'' #62]], "The Revenge of Trogg, Part 4"</ref> It successfully transformed the Enchanter Kings into monsters like Trogg, but was destroyed (and the transformations reversed) when Tails threw the Dark Orb into the "non-existent space" below the [[Dimension Bridge]].<ref>[[Sonic the Comic Issue 63|''Sonic the Comic'' #63]], "The Revenge of Trogg, Part 5"</ref>
 
Some time later, Trogg used the [[Dark Orb]] to summon the Dark One again in order to transform the other Enchanter Kings in the same way as he had been. The Dark One demonstrated incredible power, effortlessly incapacitating [[Miles "Tails" Prower (Sonic the Comic)|Tails]], [[Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic the Comic)|Knuckles]] and [[Morain]].<ref name="stc62">[[Sonic the Comic Issue 62|''Sonic the Comic'' #62]], "The Revenge of Trogg, Part 4"</ref> It successfully transformed the Enchanter Kings into monsters like Trogg, but was destroyed (and the transformations reversed) when Tails threw the Dark Orb into the "non-existent space" below the [[Dimension Bridge]].<ref>[[Sonic the Comic Issue 63|''Sonic the Comic'' #63]], "The Revenge of Trogg, Part 5"</ref>
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*"Dark One" and "Evil One" are merely titles. Trogg also once referred to the being as "the one whose name is never spoken".<ref name="stc62" />
 
*"Dark One" and "Evil One" are merely titles. Trogg also once referred to the being as "the one whose name is never spoken".<ref name="stc62" />
*In the original proposal for the "Revenge of Trogg" story, dated 4/4/95, writer [[Nigel Kitching]] commented that the Dark One was the [[Nameless Zone]]'s equivalent of the [[wikipedia:Devil|Devil]].<ref>[http://sonicthecomic.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=general&action=display&thread=538#19236 Knuckles & Tails Proposal] comment by Nigel Kitching at Sonic the Comic - Online! forums (requires registration to view)</ref>
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*In the original proposal for the "Revenge of Trogg" story, dated 4 April 1995, writer [[Nigel Kitching]] commented that the Dark One was the [[Nameless Zone]]'s equivalent of the [[wikipedia:Devil|Devil]].<ref>[http://sonicthecomic.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=general&action=display&thread=538#19236 Knuckles & Tails Proposal] comment by Nigel Kitching at Sonic the Comic - Online! forums (requires registration to view)</ref>
   
 
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Latest revision as of 21:58, March 1, 2015

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This character exists primarily within the Sonic the Comic continuity.
Information in this article may not be canonical to the storyline of the games or any other Sonic continuity.
STC21-EvilOne

The Evil One making contact with Shirob, from Sonic the Comic #21. Art by Dave Windett and John M. Burns.

STC62-DarkOne

The Dark One being summoned from the Dark Orb, from Sonic the Comic #62. Art by Nigel Kitching.

The Evil One, also known as the Dark One, is a character that appears in the Sonic the Comic series published by Fleetway Editions. It was a demonic spirit native to the Nameless Zone. It was responsible for transforming the Enchanter King Shirob into Trogg.[1]

HistoryEdit

Some time later, Trogg used the Dark Orb to summon the Dark One again in order to transform the other Enchanter Kings in the same way as he had been. The Dark One demonstrated incredible power, effortlessly incapacitating Tails, Knuckles and Morain.[2] It successfully transformed the Enchanter Kings into monsters like Trogg, but was destroyed (and the transformations reversed) when Tails threw the Dark Orb into the "non-existent space" below the Dimension Bridge.[3]

TriviaEdit

  • "Dark One" and "Evil One" are merely titles. Trogg also once referred to the being as "the one whose name is never spoken".[2]
  • In the original proposal for the "Revenge of Trogg" story, dated 4 April 1995, writer Nigel Kitching commented that the Dark One was the Nameless Zone's equivalent of the Devil.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Sonic the Comic #21, "The Land Beyond, Part 4"
  2. 2.0 2.1 Sonic the Comic #62, "The Revenge of Trogg, Part 4"
  3. Sonic the Comic #63, "The Revenge of Trogg, Part 5"
  4. Knuckles & Tails Proposal comment by Nigel Kitching at Sonic the Comic - Online! forums (requires registration to view)
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