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On November 18, 2022, Ian Flynn stated that the IDW Sonic comic series is canonical on his BumbleKast podcast. In the seventh episode of the seventh season of Sonic Official, Chris Hernandez, one of the Lore Managers, reiterated that the IDW Sonic the Hedgehog comics were 100% canon and takes place after the events of Sonic Forces. Prior to the release of Sonic Frontiers, the comics were not canon. In Sonic Frontiers, Sonic mentions Tangle, further solidifying its inclusion.
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He does not have any plans for the Knothole Freedom Fighters at the moment and stated that Sega will declare if they can use them.Miniseries and spin-off of the main series featuring the adventures of two original fan favorite characters from the main series, Tangle the Lemur and Whisper the Wolf. Couto, Anthony (September 20, 2017). "EXCL: Archie Comics' Sonic Team Reuniting on Cosmo Revival". CBR.com . Retrieved November 23, 2022.
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IDW Debuts Spanish Graphic Novel Line with Takei's 'They Called Us Enemy'. Publishers Weekly. Retrieved on 24 November 2019. Sega hiring Sonic lore manager to ensure universe "more meaningfully connected". eurogamer (16 November 2022). Retrieved on 16 November 2022. Oliver, Tristan (2009). "Rotor Planned as Gay Character, Says Ken Penders". The Sonic Stadium. Archived from the original on November 12, 2009 . Retrieved July 25, 2017.
Sonic the Hedgehog: Imposter Syndrome (October 11, 2022) (a reprint of Imposter Syndrome issues #1–4)
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a b Johnston, Rich (July 10, 2010). "Ken Penders Claims Sonic The Hedgehog Rights". Bleeding Cool News And Rumors . Retrieved May 21, 2022. A one-shot comic book special celebrating the 30th anniversary of Amy Rose from Sonic the Hedgehog series.
King Acorn: Sally's father and the King of Mobotropolis. The King's personality, name, and character greatly differ before and after the continuity reboot. He was betrayed by Dr. Robotnik, his former adviser, and banished to the Special Zone alongside Naugus, who served as his court wizard. In the original continuity, he was King Maximillian Acorn, a troubled ruler whose experiences left him a shadow of his former self, further worsened when poisoned by Antoine's evil counterpart Patch D’Coolette, leaving him wheelchair-bound.  Following the second Genesis Wave, the King is reimagined as King Nigel Acorn, younger, jovial, and more considerate.  E-123 Omega: The third member of Team Dark, E-123 Omega was a robot designed by Dr. Eggman. In the old continuity, Omega tried to destroy the still alive E-102 Gamma only for Gamma to self destruct and upload his free will into him, Shadow the Hedgehog (who had been sent by G.U.N to recruit Gamma) then recruited Omega who then joined Team Dark. In the new continuity (which is more closer to the games) his story is just like that of his story from Sonic Heroes. He is a prideful, violent character with a love for destructive force, but remains loyal to his friends despite his chaotic nature.