Hey Sonic Retro! I've been lurking on this site for a while now, and more so just recently with a formal account. I just finished my very first video essay, several months in the making. I decided it would be opportune to post it here to create some discussion, as it's concerned with a topic I don't see a lot of attention payed to nowadays outside of modern Ken Penders drama. I'm primarily interested in seeing what everyone's thoughts are about the Archie comics. Although GENESIS likely isn't among the most loved stories from this book for most people, it's one that I adore because I had the opportunity to ruminate on for 10 years now, and I can't help but feel as if it was written with that perennial quality in mind. Are there any other stories from the Sonic series that have that same effect for people? I occasionally hear people talk about how the cinematic of Sonic Adventure 2 have a similar effect on them when they play through that game today and re-experience those narrative emotional beats. Aside from all that, I wouldn't mind getting some feedback on the video itself as well. It's the first time I've put myself out there like this, and there's bound to be some issues with how I presented things. Be as harsh as you like!