Mega Man

Capcom Announces Mega Man Legacy Collection, E3 2015 Lineup

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by Jon Ledford June 8, 2015 @ 10:58 AM
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Capcom announced its lineup for E3 2015, including the newly announced Mega Man Legacy Collection for PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo 3DS.
The House of the Hadouken revealed its E3 2015 lineup. As you would expect, it...

Sega And Capcom Are Crossing Over In Archie's 'Worlds Unite'

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by Chris Sims February 27, 2015 @ 7:50 AM | ComicsAlliance
If you've been following Archie's adventure comics, then you might remember that a good chunk of 2013 was taken up with "Worlds Collide," a massive crossover between Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man. If you missed it, then trust me, it was a pretty big deal - so big, in fact, that it seems like Archie, Sonic and Capcom have decided to follow it up with an even bigger crossover: "Worlds Unite," a full-on mashup of Sega and Capcom characters, set to launch in May, finally bring us one step closer to my dream of Jughead showing up in a Street Fighter game. What? We're actually getting Archie vs. Predator, do you really think that couldn't happen?

Mega Man Morality: The Debate About Forgiveness, Ethics And The Nature Of The Soul (Seriously)

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by Chris Sims December 16, 2014 @ 8:00 AM | ComicsAlliance
Back when it first started up, I wrote a review of Archie's Mega Man comic where I called it "the smartest superhero comic on the stands," mostly because of the way that it took on some pretty serious ideas without detracting from the accessible, all-ages adventure that made it such a fun read. That bit in the first arc where Mega Man starts to withdraw from his family, becoming cold and, well, robotic because of the psychological toll of destroying other robots like himself is still one of my favorite scenes in comics from the past few years. Forty issues later, I can still stand by that statement. Mega Man hasn't just continued building one of the most enjoyably action-packed stories around the bare-bones plot of "go right, shoot robots" that it got from the video games, it's also having conversations about ethics, forgiveness and what it means to love someone that nobody else in comics is coming close to. And it's great.