Issue 134 is the one hundred and thirty-fourth edition of Sonic the Comic. Released on the 15th July 1998 at the price of £1.25, the issue contains three original stories (all of them new and complete) and one reprint, as well as several features and a Bag Tag free gift.
- Sonic the Hedgehog - Back in the Special Zone
- Amy Rose - Eternity Ring (story)
- Graphic Zone
- Double Sonic - Hyper Sonic
- Sonic the Hedgehog - Casino Night: Part 1
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Back in the Special Zone is a complete story by Nigel Kitching, Richard Elson and Ellie de Ville. Maude and Harold Mudd are having an argument when their wall is smashed down by Society Max and Sonic the Hedgehog. As their fight moves on, the Chaotix Crew arrive to track them down. After a reunion, Sonic defeats the dinosaur and its rider, Blockhead Bill, is revealed to be Mighty the Armadillo's father.
Eternity Ring is a complete story written by Lew Stringer, drawn by Roberto Corona, coloured by Nigel Dobbyn and lettered by Elitta Fell. Amy is accompanying Tekno the Canary to the Snowcap Mountain Zone where she is about to make a discovery. Their "adventure holiday" ramps up as they evade an avalanche, a spike trap, a ghostly monster and a collapsing ravine. Only after these challenges do they get to meet the Ring of Eternity and get the chance to embark on a journey through time and space.
Hyper Sonic is a complete story written by Stringer, with art from Mick McMahon and lettering by Tom Frame. Sonic has failed to stop the Doctor Robotnik Appreciation Tribe firing two missiles, so he has to stop the weapons manually. The first in the Hill Top Zone is easy enough but he is only just fast enough to stop the second one in the Metropolis Zone. However, time has slowed down around him and it takes a prolonged stay on the Trainspotter's Web Page in the Cyber Café to bring things back to normal.
This issue's Graphic Zone has a "Heatwave" theme, with Sonic and friends enjoying the hot weather on the beach. Printed pictures won their artists a Sonic the Hedgehog watch. Speedlines includes letters from Boomers annoyed about Grimer's name, pleased about recent football stories and wondering about new Knuckles strips. Published letters and images received an Enamel Badge.
- Deborah Tate - editor
- Gary Knight - designer
- Mick McMahon - cover art
- John M Burns - cover colours
- Steve MacManus - managing editor
- Sarah Colley - production
- Douglas Pocock - marketing manager
- Julie Goldsmith - managing director