Mega Man - Page 6
When I was growing up, Capcom's Mega Man titles were my favorite video games. There was a time in my life where I had fifty Robot Masters and their weaknesses committed to memory in case I ever found myself separated from the stack of Nintendo Power magazines I'd set aside for reference, and I have lasting friendships to this day I made in elementary school based on the fact that I heard someone had Mega Man 2 so I could go over to his house and play it. So when Archie Comics kicked off their new Mega Man comic
If the next Mega Man game shipped with box art as grim and epic as the boss mountain depicted on Gustavo Valencia's deviantART account, Capcom certainly wouldn't lose any fans based on appearances. The Colombian artist shade dramatic weight into most of his video game and anime-based work, though Pikachu really g
Movies: The standees for X-Men: First Class look just as massive as the cardboard mjolnirs for Thor.
Interviews: Shaun Manning talks to Mega Man Megamix and Mega Man Gigamix manga creator Hitoshi Ariga about adapting Capcom's games into a flowing narrative.
Musicals: The Spidey Project has come and gone, but it sounds awesome, by Arac
I've always been a fan of Capcom's MegaMan video game series, to the point where back in first grade, I started hanging out with one of my classmates for the sole reason that I knew he owned MegaMan 2. I'm not proud of
Pulling Mega Man apart and seeing what he's got clicking and spinning around inside appears to be a popular pastime these days, and for a couple of guys over at The Daily Robot, that fascination doesn't end with Mega Busters. They specialize in detailed schematics of make-believe robots and things that could be robotic, like pandas and human hearts.In the case of the Mega Bu