- Sonic the Hedgehog - Robotnik No More?
- Sonic and Tekno the Canary - The Trickster: Part 1
- Graphic Zone
- Tails - Going Underground
- Sonic the Hedgehog - Robotnik's Revenge: Part 1 (from Issue 37)
- Next Issue
Sonic the Hedgehog
Robotnik No More? is a complete story by Nigel Kitching, Richard Elson and Ellie de Ville. Sonic is shocked to discover that Doctor Robotnik has turned back into Doctor Kintobor and the kindly scientist explains what happened. After his appearance on Shanazar, he helped repair the town's plumbing system and was installed as Grand Vizier by Princess Kupacious. After a misunderstanding with the Imperial Guards, Sonic and Kintobor are sent on a mission sure to result in death.
Sonic & Tekno
The Trickster is a 2-part story written by Jim Alexander, drawn by Mick McMahon and lettered by Tom Frame. Sonic is forced to deal with a smart missile sent by The Trickster and has to solve riddles involving Mr Fry and the Metallix Mark 3 before he can deactivate it. Tekno does it with no bother and shows Sonic a gateway to a secret Zone.
Going Underground is a complete story by Lew Stringer, with art from Roberto Corona and Nigel Dobbyn, letting from Frame. Whilst Sonic deals with some Emerald Hill Zone bullies, Tails chases down the victimised worm but accidentally follows "Zeg" into Underzone and is forbidden to leave. However, the Queen relents when Tails saves them all and the fox is happy to escape a life of eating mouldcake.
The theme of this issue's Graphic Zone is "Sonic Relief" and is accompanied by a message urging Boomers to donate to Comic Relief. To mark the occasion, Sonic and Knuckles the Echidna are pictured wearing red noses (mostly whilst posing as clowns), winning the artists a Sonic the Hedgehog watch.
- Mick McMahon - cover art
- John M Burns - cover colours
- Deborah Tate - editor
- Gary Knight - designer
- Steve MacManus - managing editor
- Sarah Colley - production
- Douglas Pocock - marketing manager
- Debbie Plummer - promotions
- Jane Ballard - promotions
- Rob McMenemy - publisher
- Julie Goldsmith - managing director