The Mega Man who fights evil robots that all have "Man" in their names has been holding strong in its Archie Comics series for nearly 30 issues, but what about Mega Man X, the slightly different version of the character who fights robot animals?
Don't worry, fans: X is coming to the regular Mega Man series in a series of backups starting next February with issue 34.
Over the past 25 years, Capcom's Mega Man has appeared in just about every kind of game there is. Aside from his native genre of action platformers, he's shown up in fighting games like Marvel vs. Capcom, RPGs like Mega Man Legends, the almost mandatory kart racing spectacular, and even dabbled in sports with
The ThunderCats redesigns for the recently launched animated series on Cartoon Network really were rejuvenating and quite good, but artist Carlos Villa took the idea of updating Lion-O and Cheetara for a new generation just a bit further. Thanks to some thick frames, a loose-fitting collar and a Snarf necklace, any couple wanting to cosplay as hipster Thunder
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