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Statue of Freedom

The Statue of Freedom from Sonic the Comic #142. Also shown: Tails and a giant bottle rocket. Art by Mick McMahon.

The Statue of Freedom is an object that appears in the Sonic the Comic series published by Fleetway Editions. It is a giant statue of Sonic the Hedgehog, standing on a plinth marked with the word "FREEDOM".


The statue was built in Green Hill Zone after Robotnik was defeated, as a symbol of hope. Years later, the Mad Ferret blew up the statue on Bonfire Night to demoralise the local villagers. The villagers began to panic that it was a bad omen, a sign that Robotnik would soon return and that they would all be turned into Badniks within six months. Fortunately, Mad Ferret's plan was thwarted when Tails gave a rousing speech, saying that they defeated Robotnik before and can do it again.[1]


  1. Sonic the Comic #142, "Rise and Fall"
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