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Seaside City[2] is a location that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its spin-offs published by IDW Publishing. It is a coastal city where the Chaotix Detective Agency's office is located.

Description

Seaside City is a large city located at the coast of a bay. It consists of both low and high buildings, modern office buildings, a downtown, and humble outskirts for smaller buildings. The most characteristic part of the city is the docks at the bay.

History

Crisis City

The Chaotix were in Seaside City when it was attacked by Zombots. When the Chaotix fled from their office, they noticed that the Faceship had started the Zombot outbreak by pouring the Metal Virus down on one of the skyscrapers. Deciding to carry out the evacuation of Seaside City, the Chaotix split up and and began saving uninfected residents in various parts of the city. Vector also contacted Amy and had her send them a Rescue Shuttle and support. Over the course of the evacuation, Sonic came to Seaside City as well and helped occupy the Zombots. Meanwhile, the Chaotix led the evacuating inhabitants down to the docks, where a Rescue Shuttle sent by the Restoration awaited them. Just as the evacuees had been brought to safety though, Charmy flew back into the city in hopes of saving one more person, whom Vector had to trap behind several cars after that person displayed signs of a Metal Virus infection. When Charmy found that person though, she had already become a Zombot. Charmy was then overwhelmed by Zombots and infected with the Metal Virus. Having no choice, Espio and Vector departed in the Rescue Shuttle, along with the survivors, while Sonic went to find Charmy.[2]

Points of interest

Trivia

  • The Chaotix's office is located on the corner of Oshima Street and Naka Drive, a reference to Naoto Ohshima and Yuji Naka, respectively.

References

  1. Sonic the Hedgehog #18, "Story So Far..."
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Sonic the Hedgehog #17, "Plague"
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