Alright, I read the rest of the available comics so here's my conclusion:
The strongest point is the art (as pointed out in the wiki review), after the 90th page mark or so the artist began experimenting more with the panel layout and past 110th page or so the dialogue flow was seamless with the panel flow, the character design got a lot better as details got carried on through panels and the poses were not as stiff like in the beginning, the perspective got varied as well and for most parts it worked well, backgrounds got more details and served as more than just filler, but most importantly, the artist focused only on drawing sonic characters which helped a lot. Other than that, the anatomy of the characters and the objects shown still had their share of mistakes and room for improvement, and at no point there was any variation with the light or any true indication of how time was passing by, use of color contrast to bring out a unique mood was limited and underdeveloped.
The greatest flaw was the writing, characters remained one dimensional and without true goals, making their interaction with one another a storm of moodswings and sudden changes of alignment. Cliches drove the plot up and down from beginning to end, and the important plot points where a confused mess of silly things that tried to pass themselves as dramatic insightful events (spoiler alert: Chaos Emeralds transform teenage girls into Sailor Moon Expies, or Sonic Characters if they touch warm water; Dr. Robotnic was a hedgehog AND the king's brother before purposely transforming himself into a human [in a world without humans...how did he know that would happen?]), Sonic is not a strong character or even the fastest (hell, he doesn't even show his speed at all), edgy characters are introduced in bunches only so Sonic can look even more useless than before, and our three main female protagonists are as interesting as three planks with painted faces sitting there while things happen. All main characters were idiots at some point for the sake of comedy, but since the story slowly became a drama the jokes disintegrated into plain ol' stupidity on hindsight, which makes anyone with a brain question why the artist didn't remade the whole thing from scratch if it was taking that direction.
In conclusion, the artist made an effort to improve their drawing skills but their lack of skill in writing dragged them down to the point that the comic had no identity. There were jokes but no true comedy, sad and dangerous moments but no true drama, and mysterious pasts but no true suspense. Just another average fanfic on the internet.