Tag Archives: Mega Man

Archie Announces WORLDS UNITE Mega Man/Sonic The Hedgehog Crossover

Archie Announces WORLDS UNITE Mega Man/Sonic The Hedgehog Crossover

Archie Comics is proud to announce that “Worlds Unite,” the sequel to 2013’s smash-hit “Worlds Collide” crossover storyline featuring Sonic the Hedgehog & Mega Man, will expand to include popular video game franchises from SEGA and CAPCOM, including “Street Fighter,” “Monster Hunter,” and more. Expanding beyond the focus on the worlds of Sonic the Hedgehog

Archie Announces SONIC/MEGA MAN Crossover

In advance of this week’s New York Comic Con, Archie Comics unveiled a mysterious teaser image hinting at a second, more expansive Archie Action crossover titled “Worlds Unite” running through the Sonic and Mega Man titles next spring. The event, which will be written by Ian Flynn and feature covers by Patrick “SPAZ” Spaziante, will


SONIC COMIC ORIGINS AND MEGA MAN X #1 Written by Ian Flynn Art by Patrick Spaziante, Lamar Wells, Gary Martin, and Rick Bryant Published by Archie Comics Release Date: May 3, 2014 (Free Comic Book Day) Free Comic Book Day is once again upon us, and the challenge for every book shop owners purchase to

Interview: Flynn and Kaminski on Mashing Up MEGA MAN X

The future is hurdling toward the… um, other future, as Mega Man and his descendant Mega Man X are on a crash course to meet up in this summer’s “Dawn of X” storyline, beginning in Mega Man #37! Writer Ian Flynn and editor Paul Kaminski sat down with Comicosity to share their extensive thoughts on

Archie Comics Reveals FREE COMIC BOOK DAY Releases

Archie Comics has released details about their Free Comic Book Day offerings. Official Press Release Saturday, May 4th is FREE COMIC BOOK DAY and Archie Comics is once again proud to participate, offering up a flipbook featuring both Mega Man and Sonic the Hedgehog and, for the first time ever, a WORLD OF ARCHIE DIGEST. We’ve also got

ACCESS ALL AGES: February 2013

Another month is in the books, not the greatest month for the all-ages set, with the final issue of Young Justice hitting the stores and middling sales figures, but with some fantastic news from the Kickstarter front. I think that Kickstarter is a great avenue for comic types to explore, and also a great way