- Old Shame: The early version of Sea3on seems to be this. In the early 2000s, an earlier version of Sea3on was created which had sloppy writing, art that would change panel to panel and ended after only 7 issues. It seems there was some interest in re-releasing it, but the original head of the comic asked for it not too.
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: The original version has never been rereleased and Sea3on seems to want to keep it buried. However, it can still be accessed through the Wayback Machine.
- What Could Have Been:
- The original Sea3on comic was planned to go on longer, but stopped at 7 issues on a cliffhanger.
- It was based originally on what was available of Ben Hursts notes. After he passed however, all of them were released. The comic had already been going on for a while at this point, so certain things that differed from the notes couldnt be changed at this point. Still, most are fine with it as the story itself is still well written enough to feel like a worthy continuation.
- In 2013, an early version of Sea3on Animated started production. They got quite a few voice actors, a composer, and a few animators on board. They also created a teaser trailer for it and showed it at various conventions, it was even seen by longtime Sonic comic writer Ian Flynn. However, due to unknown reasons, the project fell through. Sea3on Animated was revived in 2019, but with an entirely new staff. Other than the teaser trailer being released as a proof of concept, the original version seems to be mostly forgotten.
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