Author Archives: #20
As I and the rest of the internet have been falling in love with Ryuji Higurashi’s comics-inspired, nostalgia-inducing Rockman Classics Collection cover art, I was reminded of another piece of his that appeared in one of Capcom’s official artbooks early this year. Higurashi was already a huge fan of Rockman even before starting at Capcom […]
“What the… 5,000 yen for a pocket planner? SERIOUSLY, Capcom? Who would spend that much on something like that?! What are they thinking–” ‡“Along with the daily planner pages, we’ve also included a Research Journal with pages of notes detailing the experiments of Rockman’s father, Dr. Right — published here for the first time ever! […]
I’m often of two minds on how to go about this blog, and I want your opinion on it. Option 1: Focus on in-depth articles that really probe and examine the history and lore of Mega Man, with full translations and references and large interspersed images. + Better overall quality of information and presentation! – […]
Gaze upon the cover for Capcom Magazine ’94: Mega Man, Rush and Tango hang out with chibi versions of the four New Challengers from Super Street Fighter II. Somehow this little piece didn’t make it into R20 or SF20 art books, though I enjoy it quite a bit–especially the part with Tango and Fei Long […]
I want to share the background profile for X-Kai, TruForce Collectibles’ new “original” villain character. As listed on the box, courtesy Comic-Con attendees nice enough to upload images of their figures to YouTube and Instagram: X-kai- ■ DATA Leader of the X-Hunters. Long ago when Dr. Wily stole Mega Man’s blueprint from Dr. Light, a […]
Tracking down the pieces that got left out, forgotten, changed or intentionally removed from the Mega Man Legacy Collection.
Mega Man Legacy Collection was crafted with one purpose in mind — to collect the six NES Mega Man games and present them as close as they originally appeared and played as possible. To that end, all the bugs, zips, graphical glitches and hard-coded slowdown are all included, as well as screen size options and […]
During the early PS2 era, Capcom would have a bi-weekly (or so) one-page feature in Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu Playstation with this header image. Sometimes the background color would change, but the picture would remain the same. The art features famous faces from many late ’90s Capcom franchises, including many characters from the Rockman series […]
They want to make a special kind of game. There’s 5 more days to help.