Did you hear? Sonic the Hedgehog got picked up by comic book publisher IDW. That means it’s only a matter of time until the furry blue runner’s first really weird crossover.

The new partnership was revealed last week after Sega announced Sonic comics would no longer be coming via Archie. Naturally, everyone’s wandering what this could mean for the future of Sonic on the printed page given IDW’s penchant for stuff like this:

So in this week’s ‘Shop Contest, I want you to come up with the weirdest Sonic crossover you can think of. Like that time the chili dog eating fiend teamed up with Spawn, except times a million. Maybe Sonic races the Flash, or saves Optimus Prime, or, hell, somehow arrives in the Mass Effect universe via a wormhole and has to mine planets for iridium in order to go back in time and prevent the Reapers from ever being created. Or, I mean, maybe he just gets into a hot dog eating contest with the Blob, who knows?

The rules are below. See you next weekend with the winners!

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