- "The Last One Out" As the Metal Virus spreads, Tangle's hometown of Spiral Hill Village stands as one of the last strongholds of the uninfected. Sonic, Tangle, and the remaining heroes of the Restoration make a stand, but will it be enough?
The Last One Out
- This issue was initially going to be released on 18 December 2019, but was soon moved to 25 December 2019 instead.
- Cover A featured Marine the Raccoon, Big the Cat, Froggy, Captain Whisker, Captain Jelly, Dodon Pa, a Pecky, a Rocky, a Cucky, a Hero Chao, a Dark Chao, Omochao, a Black Wisp, a Crimson Wisp, a Magenta Wisp, a Purple Wisp, a Gray Wisp, a Jade Wisp, a Klagen, the Interceptor, the Death Queen, a Goal Plate, and the Moon Mech before their actual debut in the comic series.
- The pose in which Sonic and his Zombot form can be seen in on cover A is based on sprite artwork from Sonic Advance 3.
- The pose in which the Zombot Big can be seen in on cover A is based on concept artwork for Big from Sonic Adventure.
- The art style depicted on cover B takes after the art style for the sprites used for previous Sonic the Hedgehog games that were released on the Game Boy Advance.
- The partner icon for Sonic and Tangle seen at the bottom left side corner is a reference to Sonic Advance 3 specifically.
- In relation to cover B, Aaron Hammerstrom stated that the blue color on Sonic's original sprite used did not print well, leading him to use a different shade for him for the cover. He also stated that the design of the cover was based on Evan Stanley's interior artwork for Sonic the Hedgehog #4 and Ghost Town from Sonic Forces.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #24 CVR A GRAY & GRAHAM. Previews World (20 September 2019). Retrieved on 20 September 2019.
- ↑ SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #24 CVR B HAMMERSTROM. Previews World (20 September 2019). Retrieved on 20 September 2019.
- ↑ SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #24 10 COPY INCV FOURDRAINE. Previews World (20 September 2019). Retrieved on 20 September 2019.
- ↑ Aaron Hammerstrom on Twitter. Twitter (20 September 2019). Retrieved on 20 September 2019.
- ↑ Aaron Hammerstrom on Twitter. Twitter (23 September 2019). Retrieved on 23 September 2019.
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