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James Ian Flynn,[6] also known by his internet brand, the BumbleKing, is an American-Canadian comic writer. He is currently a contributing writer for the IDW Publishing Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its spin-offs.[7][8]

Flynn was previously the chief writer for the Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its various spin-offs. His tenure began in 2006 with Sonic the Hedgehog #160, and lasted until the comics' cancellation in 2017. He has also written two episodes for the second season of Sonic Boom, and a number of tie-in comics for the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series. He would eventually be in-charge of the Encyclo-speed-ia[9] for the games and write dialogue for Sonic's mainline titles as well, starting with Sonic Frontiers.

History[]

Ian Flynn, in his words, "grew up on Sonic". The Sega Genesis was his first family console,[10] which he received alongside Sonic the Hedgehog 2.[11] He grew up engaging with the franchise's early media, such as reading the Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog series, and watching the television series; Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog and Sonic the Hedgehog, known as SatAM by fans.[10]

He had experience participating in unofficial creations of comics about Sonic the Hedgehog prior and gained initial recognition for a fan comic known as Other M. Not only has he been shown to be active with the fan community since his hiring at Archie Comics, but even prior to that with the now defunct site, The Sonic Info Center (TSIC). As a fan, he was once an avid mailer to Sonic Grams and later obtained the writing position on the Sonic the Hedgehog (Archie comic series) by sending in unsolicited proposals.[12][3]

Ian Flynn is notable for being a rare case of achieving a transition from an active amateur to a pro, with another notable example being Yuji Naka.

Style[]

Flynn's stories contain heavy usage of prior continuity & returning characters, trying to make good on storylines left hanging on a thread by those that came before him. One of his focuses and achievements as head-writer when guiding the comic's direction was to better fit the storytelling and characterization aesthetics with Sega's games while still retaining the well-known elements and history of the comic's original material. That ability transitioned to guiding the Super Genesis Wave event into the post-Super Genesis Wave timeline using the convenient timing of the Mega Man crossover, and establishing the beginnings of the Sonic the Hedgehog (IDW comic series) using the games up to Sonic Forces as a base.

Bibliography[]

Ian Flynn was the head writer for two of Archie's comics: Sonic the Hedgehog and Sonic Universe. He was also the main writer for Sonic Boom and every issue of Archie's Mega Man comic series, the latter of which had two crossovers with Archie's Sonic titles.[13][14] He also writes for Dark Circle Comics' New Crusaders and is currently writing for Cosmo, the revival of Archie's Cosmo the Merry Martian character.[15][16] He has also contributed to the comics within Archie's mainline comic series, including co-writing the final two issues of the third Jughead series.

Before IDW Publishing acquired the licensing for the Sonic franchise, Flynn had also provided writing duties for the publisher's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic series.

Flynn was the writer for the storyline of Sonic Frontiers.[17][18] Producer Takashi Iizuka and director Morio Kishimoto provided the story's direction, while Flynn pitched how to fill in the details.[11]

Since 2015, Ian Flynn has hosted his own podcast on YouTube named BumbleKast alongside his friend Kyle Crouse. In it, Flynn answers questions sent by fans which reveal personal opinions from both hosts and behind-the-scenes of his work. Occasionally, they have special guests which involve other members of the working staff or Patreon supporters. The channel also hosts gameplay videos.

Credits[]

Writing[]

Sonic the Hedgehog series[]

Archie Comics[]

  • Mega Man:
  • Mega Man: Worlds Unite Battles Issue 1 ("Mega Man vs Deadly 3" and "Worlds Unite Battles: Maverick Hunters Versus Vile")
  • Sonic and the Secret Rings ("Sand, Spirit and Sonic Speed")
  • Sonic Boom:
    • #1 ("Getting a Little Boulder Part One of... er... One")
    • #2 ("Knuckleduster")
    • #3 ("Hammer Spaced")
    • #4 ("Sticks and Stones")
    • #6-#7 ("Everybody's Super Sonic Racing")
    • #8-#10 ("Worlds Unite")
  • Sonic: Mega Drive:
  • Sonic the Hedgehog:
    • #159 ("System Reboot) - Flynn was uncredited with touch-ups to the script in this story, making this his unofficial debut.[25]
    • #160-#161 ("Birthday Bash!")
    • #162 ("The Darkest Storm Part One: The Gathering Tempest" and "Ties That Bind")
    • #163-#164 ("The Darkest Storm" and "Sonic Riders")
    • #165 ("Leak" and "Call Of Duty")
    • #166 ("Mobius: 25 Years Later Part One: Tempus Fugit" and "The Chaotix Connection"; dialogue)
    • #167 ("Mobius 25 Years Later Part Two: Tempus Aeternus")
    • #168 ("Order From Chaos Part One: The Gathering" and "Courage and Honor")
    • #169 ("Order From Chaos Part Two: The Great Harmony" and "...For a Friend")
    • #170 ("Comings & Goings")
    • #171 ("I Am" and "Enforcers")
    • #172 ("Truth of the Heart" and "Worth the Effort")
    • #173 ("Round Up!" and "See Ya' Later Chao Part One")
    • #174 ("Union" and "See Ya' Later Chao Part Two")
    • #175 ("Eggman Empire")
    • #176 ("Cracking the Empire")
    • #177 ("Home, New Home")
    • #178-#179 ("House of Cards")
    • #180 ("Preparations for War!" and "High Stakes on the High Sea")
    • #181 ("Energjak: Reborn Chapter One: Rising Evil" and "Undone")
    • #182 ("Fallen Angel" and "Albion's Shameful Secret")
    • #183 ("Desperate Times" and "Ashes and Dust")
    • #184 ("Chaos Angel" and "Anything")
    • #185 ("Mogul Rising Part One: Needful Things")
    • #186 ("Mogul Rising Part Two: Devil's Due" and Honor-Bound")
    • #187 ("Mister Popular")
    • #188 ("Beating the House")
    • #189-#190 ("Bold New Moebius")
    • #191 ("Metal and Mettle Part 1" and "Invaders from Beyond")
    • #192 ("Metal and Mettle Part 2" and "Father and Son")
    • #193 ("Otherside Part One: How the Other Half Lives" and "Sonic Unleashed!")
    • #194 ("Otherside Part 2: Cross World Conflict!" and "Sleepless in New Megaopolis")
    • #195-#196 ("Hedgehog Havoc!")
    • #197 ("Consequences" and "Knight Time")
    • #198 ("Egg Phoenix Down")
    • #199 ("Knocking on Eggman's Door")
    • #200 ("Turnabout is Fair Play")
    • #201 ("Change in Management" and "Devotion")
    • #202 ("Dangerous Territory" and "A Lonely Girl's Story")
    • #203-#204 ("Heavy is the Head" and "Friend in Deed")
    • #205-#206 ("On the Run", "Birthright" and Off Panel)
    • #207 ("Blackout", "The Iron Queen" and Off Panel)
    • #208-#209 ("Iron Dominion" and Off Panel)
    • #210-#211 ("Home Invasion" and Off Panel)
    • #212 ("The Roads We Take - Iron Dominion: Epilogue" and Off Panel)
    • #213-#214 ("Reigning Cats and Dogs" and Off Panel)
    • #215-#216 ("Family Matters", "Future Tense" and Off Panel)
    • #217 ("Thicker Than Water Part One", "Welcome Back, Chao!" and Off Panel)
    • #218 ("Thicker Than Water Part Two", "Hindsight" and Off Panel)
    • #219 ("In Service to the King Part One", "Sonic Colors" and Off Panel)
    • #220 ("In Service to the King Part Two", "From the Inside Out" and Off Panel)
    • #221 ("Changing Tempo", "Second Impressions Part One" and Off Panel)
    • #222 ("The World Can Wait", "Second Impressions Part Two" and Off Panel)
    • #223 ("Chaos and the Crown Part One: The Right To Rule", "Special Zone House Call" and Off Panel)
    • #224 ("Chaos and the Crown Part Two: Total Authority" and Off Panel)
    • #225 ("One Step Forward..." and Off Panel)
    • #226-#229 ("Genesis" and Off Panel)
    • #230 ("...Two Steps Back", "Sonic Generations" and Off Panel)
    • #231 ("Lost in the Moment", "Haunted" and Off Panel)
    • #232 ("Dark Tidings", "Fragile" and Off Panel)
    • #233 ("The Trial of Geoffrey St. John", "From the Shadows" and Off Panel)
    • #234 ("Unthinkable", "Dark Hearts" and Off Panel)
    • #235 ("Remember the Fallen" and Off Panel)
    • #236 ("Cry Freedom!", "Leader of the Band" and Off Panel)
    • #237 ("Loyalty Part One: The Right to Rule", "Heart to Heart" and Off Panel)
    • #238 ("Loyalty Part Two: Dire Choices", "Foundation Works" and Off Panel)
    • #239-#240 ("Heroes" and Off Panel)
    • #241 ("Unraveling" and Off Panel)
    • #242 ("Olympic Trials" and Off Panel)
    • #243-#246 ("Endangered Species" and Off Panel)
    • #247 ("At All Costs Part One: Fate Interrupted" and Off Panel)
    • #248-#251 ("When Worlds Collide" and Off Panel)
    • #252 ("At All Costs Part Two: A New Lease on Life" and Off Panel)
    • #253-#256 ("Countdown to Chaos")
    • #257 ("Damage Control")
    • #258-#259 ("The Chase")
    • #260-#262 ("Waves of Change")
    • #263 ("Waves of Change Part Four: Divine Waters" and Off Panel)
    • #264 ("Control Part One: Breaking Point" and Off Panel)
    • #265 ("Control Part Two: Unleashed!")
    • #266-#267 ("Ambushed!")
    • #268-#271 ("Champions")
    • #272 ("A Ray of Hope")
    • #273-#275 ("Worlds Unite")
    • #276 ("Cold Hearted" and "Back in Business")
    • #277 ("Thunder, Rain and Lightning")
    • #278-#279 ("Face of the Enemy")
    • #280 ("Keys to Victory" and "A Special Occasion")
    • #281 ("Wings of Fire Part One: Slow Burn" and "Homesick")
    • #282 ("Wings of Fire Part Two: Fighting Fire with Fire" and "Shards and Sparks")
    • #283 ("The Mission" and "Zero Hour")
    • #284-#287 ("Panic in the Sky")
    • #288-#290 ("Genesis of a Hero")
    • #291 ("Genesis of a Hero Part Four") (cancelled)
    • #292 ("Branching Paths") (cancelled)
    • #293 (story one) (cancelled)
    • #294 ("Memories") (cancelled)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog Free Comic Book Day:
    • 2007 ("Unburying the Hatchet")
    • 2009 ("Sonic of the Ages")
    • 2010 ("Hide and Seek and Destroy!")
    • 2011 ("The Rematch")
    • 2013 ("For the Bot Who Has Everything")
    • 2014 ("The X Factor" and "Sonic Comic Origins")
    • 2015 ("Sonic Comic Origins: Into the Unknown" and "World of Payne")
  • Sonic the Hedgehog: The Complete Sonic Comic Encyclopedia
  • Sonic X:
    • #16 ("Valentine's Fray")
    • #17 ("March Madness")
    • #23 ("Hedgehogging Their Bets")
    • #25 ("The Color Sonic")
    • #26 ("La Layenda del Gran Gordo! (The Legend of the Great Big Guy!)")
    • #27 ("Conquest is Like a Box of Chocolates")
    • #30 ("Big Top Terror!")
    • #31 ("The Return of El Gran Gordo!")
    • #32 ("Title Mismatch")
    • #34 ("Fool Party!")
    • #35 ("Cracking the Eggman!")
    • #37 ("Switcheroo!")
    • #38-#39 ("Big Trouble in Little Station Square!")
    • #40 ("The End!")
  • Sonic Universe:
    • #1 ("Living Weapons" and Off Panel)
    • #2 ("Time & Again" and Off Panel)
    • #3 ("Old Soldiers" and Off Panel)
    • #4 ("The Ultimate Lifeform" and Off Panel)
    • #5-#6 ("Mobius: 30 Years Later")
    • #7-#8 ("Mobius: 30 Years Later" and Off Panel)
    • #9-#10 ("Echoes of the Past")
    • #11-#12 ("Echoes of the Past" and Off Panel)
    • #13-#16 ("Journey to the East" and Off Panel)
    • #17-#20 ("Trouble in Paradise" and Off Panel)
    • #21-#24 ("Treasure Team Tango" and Off Panel)
    • #25-#28 ("Fractured Mirror" and Off Panel)
    • #29-#32 ("Inside Job" and Off Panel)
    • #33-#36 (Off Panel)
    • #37-#40 ("Scrambled" and Off Panel)
    • #41-#44 ("Unsung Heroes" and Off Panel)
    • #45 ("Racing for the Stars" and Off Panel)
    • #46-#49 ("All For One" and Off Panel)
    • #50 ("Forged in Fire" and Off Panel)
    • #51-#54 ("When Worlds Collide")
    • #59-#62 ("Shadow Fall")
    • #63-#66 ("The Great Chaos Caper")
    • #67-#70 ("Total Eclipse")
    • #71-#74 ("Spark of Life"; plot)
    • #75 ("Fury")
    • #76-#78 ("Worlds Unite")
    • #83-#86 ("Eggman's Dozen")
    • #87-#90 ("Shattered")
    • #91-#94 ("The Case of the Pirate Princess")
    • #95-#97 ("Freedom Fighters") (cancelled)

IDW Publishing[]

Miscellaneous[]

Trivia[]

  • Ian Flynn and Tracy Yardley joined Archie Comics at the same time, with the first work for them being Sonic the Hedgehog #160.
  • The character Deadline, from Sonic the Hedgehog issue #126's 3rd story featuring Archie's Off Panel concepts, such as editor Justin Freddy Gabrie's avatar and 4th wall Sonic, represents a stand-in for Sonic Gram fan mailers, including one Ian Potto, for Archie's staff in Off Panel. Ian Potto, aka Ian Flynn, was sending in mail frequently to Sonic Grams five years prior to being hired by Archie Comics, getting noticed by Archie's staff at the time. 'Off Panel', and in the early years of the comic, frequently interacted and acknowledged Sonic Grams within their stories.[2][3]
  • In an interview in Sonic Super Special Magazine #1, Flynn stated that his influences as a writer are "Shakespeare, Stephen Crane, Kurt Vonnegut, E. E. Cummings, Chris Claremont, Robert Kirkman, Brian M. Bendis, Mark Miller, Dr. Seuss, Jeff Smith, Don Rosa and so many more."
  • Flynn is married to Aleah Baker.
  • According to an interview with Sonic Fan Games HQ, his favorite Dr. Eggman quote stems from his dialogue with Lien-Da in Sonic the Hedgehog #220.[27]
  • Ian Flynn has an online catchphrase, which is "#KnowingSmile". He uses it to tease projects he is legally not allowed to talk about.
  • Due to popular demand from his Patreon supporters, Ian Flynn has answered questions roleplaying as Dr. Starline on BumbleKast,[28][29] and even sung as the doctor in the 2 September 2022 Q&A Podcast.
  • Flynn's favorite Classic Era game is Sonic Mania Plus, closely followed by Sonic 3 & Knuckles. For the Modern Era, his favorite game is a toss up between Sonic Colors and Sonic Generations.[11]
  • Flynn became a naturalized Canadian Citizen on May 2023.[1]
  • Currently, Flynn, Tracy Yardley, Evan Stanley, Matt Herms, Tyson Hesse, Jennifer Hernandez, Jim Amash, and Jonathan Gray are the only ones, who previously worked on the Archie Sonic the Hedgehog comics, to currently work on the IDW Sonic the Hedgehog series.
  • Flynn has met Deven Mack, the voice actor of Sonic the Hedgehog in Sonic Prime, during the 2023 Fan Expo Canada.[30]
  • Unlike with his work with Megaman that required him to watch Let's Plays, Flynn has played most Sonic games, with some exceptions like Sonic Shuffle. He bought a Kinect to play Sonic Free Riders and a PSP portable to play the Rivals games. He admits, however, he doesn't remember every detail about them.[31]
  • While Flynn has worked with the Sonic series and is quite enthusiastic about it, there have been a few characters and series he admits he isn't fond of.
    • Despite writing for the Sonic X comic book adaptation, Flynn admits he never liked Chris Thorndyke.[32] Flynn describes Chris as a "whiny, manipulative, ungrateful little turd", and while he can understand the reasoning that Chris is clingy because his parents are never around, he doesn't agree with it as Chris has a healthy social circle with his friends, grandpa and his mansion's staff, so he comes off as unlikeable. Flynn is not fond of Chris taking Amy's role in convincing Shadow to save the world, nor how he risked the stability of the world so he could stay with Sonic.[33]
    • While he has attempted to adapt the Metarex into either the IDW comic series or into the games[34], he admits he doesn't like them much, finding them "tropey" and with very little levels of depth in terms of characterization, comparing them with the Deadly Six; he likewise doesn't find their designs fitting for the Sonic series, thinking they look more like Power Rangers or Super Sentai villains. However, he admits that by the time of this statement, he didn't remember much from the third season of Sonic X, which had its changes when being translated into English by 4Kids Entertainment.[35][36] He has given the opinion that he finds season 3 to be very dark, much more than his work in the Metal Virus arc, with the explicit deaths; he finds the death of Molly and her comrades haunting, and finds himself uncomfortable with the death of Yellow Zelkova, who is an organic being unlike the robot Hyper Metal Sonic, inside lava.[37]
    • Despite pushing for him in the past when working for the Archie series[38], Flynn admits he doesn't like Eggman Nega, finding him too derivative, and prefers to imagine the character died trapped in the Ifrit Dimension at the end of Sonic Rivals 2, unless he is asked to write the character.[39]
    • When asked by a Patreon his thoughts on Infinite as a character, Flynn replied that he considers Infinite as a poor-man version of Mephiles the Dark, with an unimpressive backstory; he argued Infinite had style over substance, without much going to him other than what the marketing campaign did to him, including his theme song which Flynn considers a guilty pleasure. He stated that he respected Infinite's design being his own thing and not derivative, like Mephiles was with his resemblance to Shadow the Hedgehog.[40]

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Ian Flynn (@IanFlynnBKC) on Twitter. Twitter (18 May 2023). Retrieved on 19 May 2023.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Sonic the Hedgehog issue #103; "Sonic Grams"
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 This Week's COW!! - Ian Flynn. Heroes Online (10 March 2006). Archived from the original on 6 August 2007.
  4. Sega on Twitter. Twitter (19 July 2017). Archived from the original on 15 July 2017. Retrieved on 20 July 2017.
  5. IDW Publishing and SEGA® Welcome Veteran Sonic Writer Ian Flynn. IDW Publishing (8 October 2017). Retrieved on 8 October 2017. "A new era of Sonic comics will begin next April with a four-week event. IDW will be moving at Sonic-like speeds to publish the first four issues of the new series in the span of four weeks. Those issues will be written by Flynn with a team of artists joining him to be announced at a later date."
  6. BumbleKast Mini! for May 17, 2024 - Ian Flynn Q&A Podcast. YouTube. BumbleKing Videos (May 17, 2024). Retrieved on May 17, 2024.
  7. IDW Publishing and SEGA® Welcome Veteran Sonic Writer Ian Flynn. IDW Publishing (8 October 2017). Retrieved on 8 October 2017.
  8. IDW Publishing and SEGA® Welcome Veteran Sonic Writer Ian Flynn. IDW Publishing (8 October 2017). Retrieved on 8 October 2017. "Sonic the Hedgehog™ and IDW Publishing are excited to reveal today that fan favorite scribe, Ian Flynn, has come on board to take the blue blur and his friends in a fresh, exciting direction."
  9. 9.0 9.1 SONIC THE HEDGEHOG ENCYCLO-SPEED-IA HC. Dark Horse Books. Archived from the original on 24 November 2021. Retrieved on 24 October 2021.
  10. 10.0 10.1 The Sonic Frontiers comic book prologue takes place immediately before the game. Newsarama.
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 A Conversation With Ian Flynn, The Man Who Loved Sonic So Much He Made The Blue Hedgehog His Life's Work. Kotaku.
  12. Features - Interview: Ian Flynn. ~DcD~. Archived from the original on 25 July 2011.
  13. Sims, Chris (23 December 2015). Looking Back On 'Mega Man' With Ian Flynn [Interview]. Comics Alliance. Retrieved on 19 March 2017.
  14. Carter, Chris (22 May 2015). Destructoid chats with Archie's Ian Flynn about Mega Man and Sonic's second 'Worlds Unite' crossover. Destructoid. Retrieved on 19 March 2017.
  15. Goellner, Caleb (4 November 2011). 'New Crusaders' Writer Ian Flynn on the Return of Archie Comics' Red Circle Heroes [Interview]. Comics Alliance. Retrieved on 19 March 2017.
  16. http://www.cbr.com/excl-archie-comics-sonic-team-reuniting-on-cosmo-revival/
  17. 17.0 17.1 Diaz, Ana (9 December 2021). Sonic Frontiers sends the hedgehog on a new 3D adventure. Polygon. Archived from the original on 10 December 2021. Retrieved on 9 December 2021.
  18. 18.0 18.1 Stewart, Marcus (9 December 2021). Sonic Frontiers Drops The Blue Blur Into His First Open World Game. Game Informer. Archived from the original on 10 December 2021. Retrieved on 9 December 2021.
  19. Katie Chrzanowski (@KatieChrz) on Twitter. Twitter (24 March 2022). Archived from the original on 24 March 2022. Retrieved on 25 March 2022.
  20. Ian Flynn on Twitter. Twitter (22 September 2022). Archived from the original on 23 September 2022. Retrieved on 23 September 2022.
  21. Ian Flynn (@IanFlynnBKC) on Twitter. Twitter (16 March 2023). Retrieved on 22 April 2023.
  22. Flynn, Ian (20 April 2022). Sonic Origins Revealed!. BumbleKing. Archived from the original on 20 April 2022. "Ian Flynn: #KnowingSmile finally revealed! I had the extreme pleasure of writing the scripts for the animated scenes for the new Story Mode in Sonic Origins!"
  23. Ian Flynn (@IanFlynnBKC) on Twitter. Twitter (1 November 2023). Retrieved on 1 November 2023.
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  25. Ian Flynn (@IanFlynnBKC) on Twitter (15 April 2020). Retrieved on 17 April 2020. "Ian Flynn: Fun fact: that page is from STH#159 and is technically my (uncredited) debut. I was asked to touch-up the script. That page in particular was rewritten by me."
  26. Bill Freiberger (@BillFreiberger) on Twitter. Twitter (5 December 2016). Retrieved on 5 December 2015. "Bill Freiberger: Episode 206: Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Worse-er. Written by @IanFlynnBKC. Storyboards by Gael Leroux & Jeremy Klein."
  27. An Interview With Ian Flynn!. YouTube. SAGExpo (25 August 2018). Retrieved on 4 September 2018.
  28. BumbleKast for February 25, 2022 - Q&A Podcast with... Dr. Starline?!. YouTube. BumbleKing Videos (25 February 2022). Retrieved on 9 April 2022.
  29. BumbleKast for September 2, 2022 - Q&A Podcast feat. Dr. Starline. YouTube. BumbleKing Videos (2 September 2022). Retrieved on 9 September 2022.
  30. Ian Flynn on Twitter. Twitter. Ian Flynn (27 August 2023). Retrieved on 27 August 2023.
  31. How Much Goku is Too Much Goku? BumbleKast for September 23rd, 2022 Q&A Podcast with Ian Flynn. YouTube. BumbleKing Videos (23 September 2022). Retrieved on 15 February 2024.
  32. BumbleKast for August 19th, 2022 Standard Q&A Podcast with Ian Flynn. YouTube. BumbleKing Videos (19 August 2022). Retrieved on 26 January 2024.
  33. BumbleKast for January 17th, 2022 Q&A Podcast with Ian Flynn. YouTube. BumbleKing Videos (17 January 2022). Retrieved on 9 February 2024.
  34. Error on call to template:cite web: Parameters archiveurl and archivedate must be both specified or both omitted.nuckles87 (26 January 2023). Most Characters From Sonic X "Off the Table", Flynn Confirms. Sonic Stadium. Archived from the original on 6 January 2024.
  35. BumbleKast for July 13th, 2022 - Priority Q&A Podcast with Ian Flynn. YouTube. BumbleKing Videos (13 July 2022). Retrieved on 9 February 2024.
  36. BumbleKast for July 27th, 2022 - Priority Q&A Podcast with Ian Flynn. YouTube. BumbleKing Videos (27 July 2022). Retrieved on 9 February 2024.
  37. BumbleKast Q&A for August 2nd, 2021. YouTube. BumbleKing Videos (1 August 2021). Retrieved on 9 February 2024.
  38. Ian Flynn (11 February 2009). Sonic #197 Preview and Discussion. BumbleKing Comics. Archived from the original on 2 November 2015.
  39. BumbleKast for May 16th, 2022 Priority Q&A Podcast with Ian Flynn. YouTube. BumbleKing Videos (16 May 2022). Retrieved on 9 February 2024.
  40. Bumblekast Q&A for November 2nd 2020. YouTube. BumbleKing Videos (25 February 2022). Retrieved on 26 January 2024.

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