Speed dating comic

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Speedlines returned in 2000, though it was no longer a regular feature and instead of Megadroid, the letters were supposedly answered by Sonic himself (actually editor Andy Diggle and later Steve Mac Manus).

Mark Millar, who wrote the first Streets of Rage storyline and some Sonic strips, has since written major titles for DC and Marvel Comics such as Wanted and Civil War; editor Andy Diggle has since become a comics writer; and Road to Perdition illustrator Richard Rayner contributed to Decap Attack scripts.The demise of STC began when budget cuts at the comic led to the number of pages being cut from 36 to 32 in 1997 and as a result, the loss of the news, game review and game tips sections.Despite being one of Fleetway's biggest selling comics in 1998, from issue 133, published that July, one strip an issue was given over to reprints to save money as part of Fleetway's policy of five-year reader cycles (issue 133 was published shortly after the comic's fifth birthday).*TALENT SUBJECT TO CHANGECancellations: Robin Lord Taylor, Jenna Coleman, Kim Rhodes, Ernie Hudson, Ray Park, John Schneider, Joey Lauren Adams, Kevin Conroy, Lennie James, Austin Amelio, Summer Glau, Sean Maher, Grant O' Rourke, Howard Hesseman and Loni Anderson.TALENT SUBJECT TO CHANGECancellations: Robin Lord Taylor, Jenna Coleman, Kim Rhodes, Ernie Hudson, Ray Park, John Schneider, Joey Lauren Adams, Kevin Conroy, Lennie James, Austin Amelio, Summer Glau, Sean Maher, Grant O' Rourke, Howard Hesseman and Loni Anderson.

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