In lieu of an video review, I give you a detailed explanation of the current arc's main prob...well, one of the current arc's main problems.
Under normal circumstances, this would likely be a six-month-long story arc. Each issue would be packed with action so all the plot threads can be resolved, and the heroes would remain focused on their goal instead of embarking on pointless side missions.
But, no. After the stakes were set, Ian Flynn decided to raise them higher and higher, and add on to the already heavy story, and the end result is an example of what I call Plot Balooning. (TVTropes might call it something else, but I'm not sure.) Plot balooning is the natural result of too much padding. When you tack on issue after issue after issue, you of course have to make sure you resolve them in the most tactful, yet conclusive way possible. Doing this takes more issues that shouldn't have had to be made anyway if he had just left the plot alone and not made it a clusterfuck. Because more issues have to be written to satisfy the needs of the confusing plot, the length of the story arc blows up like a balloon.
Now let's do some calculations and see how bad the current Sonic story arc has it in the Plot Balooning department. How many plot threads are there now? Well, aside from Mecha Sally and Naugus, there's Nicole's pointless exile, Antoine's state, Bunnie's disappearance, Silver's mucking around in the timestream, the Tails Doll, the Freedom Fighter split, Snively's possible revolt, issues between the Wolf Pack and the Felidae, and fuck knows what else.
Add it all up, and even if he did want to resolve all of these plot points in the best possible way, this story arc will not end until WELL AFTER the 250 mark that everyone's expecting. By the time this ends, I'll probably have graduated from high school, Mitt Romney will be in the White House (I hope), and the Oakland Raiders will finally make the playoffs!
Of course, he could just half-ass it and wave it away with Nicole or Naugus' magic or something. Who knows?