For Chrono Trigger fans, the Chrono Compendium is the best site on the net today. On top of their comprehensive game guides, character data, sprite sheets, scripts, and lively forums, they even have an impressive scan archive from books, magazines, soundtracks, and game developer interviews from any number of regions.
I hope someday Mega Man will have a site as comprehensive and definitive in its coverage. Of course, Mega Man also has a ton more games and materials than the Chrono Trigger franchise… but, hey, can’t hurt to dream.
As a fan of Chrono Trigger, the early rough sketches from Masato Kato caught my eye. Featured in the book Chrono Trigger Ultimania that was published in 2009 for the DS version release, it’s interesting to see how Kato’s early ideas compared to Toriyama’s finished character designs. If you’re interested in that sort of thing, you can check out the two pages translated by me here and here.
Thanks again to the colossal Chrono Compendium for the scans!