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Sonic and Tails--friends no more?! Tensions boil when Sonic starts dating Fiona Fox, the lovely lass for whom Tails holds a torch! Brother fights brother for the love of another, while political tensions brew in the city of New Mobotropolis! Political intrigue meets brutal battle in this latest edition to the Sonic Saga Series!House of Cards collects issues #177-180 of theSonic and Tails--friends no more?! Tensions boil when Sonic starts dating Fiona Fox, the lovely lass for whom Tails holds a torch! Brother fights brother for the love of another, while political tensions brew in the city of New Mobotropolis! Political intrigue meets brutal battle in this latest edition to the Sonic Saga Series!House of Cards collects issues #177-180 of the Sonic the Hedgehog comic book series....

Title : Sonic Saga Series 4: House of Cards
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ISBN : 9781936975648
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 112 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Sonic Saga Series 4: House of Cards Reviews

  • Carter Peterson Antin
    2019-03-24 16:19

    This book was a really good book. The sonic saga series is a really good series. Ian Flynn is a really good sonic the hedgehog writer. It is all soooooo gooooood! There is turmoil within the kingdom and in the hearts of both sonic and tails as Amadeus Prower (tails' dad) leads a riot against the kingdom's leadership. Sonic is stuck in the middle of the feud, and eventually he is caught in a fight with his best friend tails. Tails beats the living potatoes out of sonic while sonic "fights back" (not really). Who shall win this bloody battle of death? read it. Find out. BACON.This book is good for all ages. So if your kid is whining, just throw this book at their face and they'll shut up for a while. (not because they're dead, just because they're reading.)

  • B
    2019-04-12 18:03

    So it turns out the emotional core of what theoretically is an important story or series of stories is pretty rotten. The authors seem to suggest a real possessory right to individual women. Yuck and yikes and so forth. It's strange because their source material had strong women characters and from time to time these characters are, in fact, strong. But they tend to get relegated to subsidiary characters awfully quickly.