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Mega Man is a comic series based on the video game series of the same name by Capcom produced by Archie Comics which was announced at New York Comic Con 2010. The series began publication in April 2011 with Ian Flynn, who has written many stories for Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog series, involved with the production. The series has proved highly successful, and in 2013 a crossover took place between the Mega Man and Sonic series, under the title "Worlds Collide". The series does not follow the events of the games in exact order, including an adaptation of the Japanese exclusive game Super Adventure Rockman between those of Mega Man 2 and Mega Man 3. The series later included a few stories set in the time of the Mega Man X series. The popularity of Worlds Collide subsequently led to a second

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  • Mega Man est une série de bande dessinée basée sur la série de jeux vidéo éponyme de Capcom produite par Archie Comics et annoncée au New York Comic Con en 2011. La série paraît en avril 2011. Ian Flynn, qui a écrit de nombreuses histoires pour Archie Comics la série Sonic the Hedgehog officie en tant que scénariste. La série s'est avérée être très réussie, et en 2013 un crossover entre la série Mega Man et Sonic, est publiée sous le titre Worlds Collide. La série ne suit pas les événements des jeux dans l'ordre exact, y compris l'adaptation du jeu exclusif japonais Super Adventure Rockman entre ceux de Mega Man 2 et Mega Man 3. La série intègre par la suite quelques histoires de la série Mega Man X. La popularité de Worlds Collide a ensuite conduit à un deuxième crossover avec la série Sonic, intitulé Worlds Unite. La série est stoppée après le numéro 55, concluant avec le contexte pour une adaptation de Mega Man 4. La série est également notable pour les libertés artistiques prises avec différents personnages. Shadow Man de Mega Man 3 et les Stardroids de Mega Man 5 sont tous deux présentés en tant que créations de Ra Moon, l'antagoniste principal de Super Adventure Rockman, et tous sont présentés comme des ennemis d'un groupe de robots basé sur Duo Mega Man 8. Les noms japonais de Mega Man et Proto Man - Rock et Blues sont adaptés comme les noms de leurs formes civiles. Plusieurs Robot Masters apparaissent également dans la série plus tôt que dans les jeux. (fr)
  • Mega Man is a comic series based on the video game series of the same name by Capcom produced by Archie Comics which was announced at New York Comic Con 2010. The series began publication in April 2011 with Ian Flynn, who has written many stories for Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog series, involved with the production. The series has proved highly successful, and in 2013 a crossover took place between the Mega Man and Sonic series, under the title "Worlds Collide". The series does not follow the events of the games in exact order, including an adaptation of the Japanese exclusive game Super Adventure Rockman between those of Mega Man 2 and Mega Man 3. The series later included a few stories set in the time of the Mega Man X series. The popularity of Worlds Collide subsequently led to a second crossover with the Sonic series, Worlds Unite. The series was put into an "indefinite hiatus" after issue 55, concluding with setup for an adaptation of Mega Man 4. The series is also notable for the artistic liberties taken with various characters. Shadow Man of Mega Man 3 and the Stardroids of Mega Man V are both featured as creations of Ra Moon, the primary antagonist from Super Adventure Rockman, and all are featured as foes of a group of robots based on Mega Man 8 character Duo. Mega Man and Proto Man's Japanese names-Rock and Blues-are adapted as the names for their civilian forms. Several Robot Masters also appear in the series earlier than they did in the games. Boom! Studios released a six-issue miniseries based on Mega Man: Fully Charged in August 2020, which has made the return of the Archie comic even more unlikely. (en)
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  • The cover of Mega Man #55 (en)
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  • April 2011 – December 2015 (en)
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  • December 2015 (en)
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  • April 2011 (en)
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  • Mega Man (en)
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  • Mega Man est une série de bande dessinée basée sur la série de jeux vidéo éponyme de Capcom produite par Archie Comics et annoncée au New York Comic Con en 2011. La série paraît en avril 2011. Ian Flynn, qui a écrit de nombreuses histoires pour Archie Comics la série Sonic the Hedgehog officie en tant que scénariste. La série s'est avérée être très réussie, et en 2013 un crossover entre la série Mega Man et Sonic, est publiée sous le titre Worlds Collide. La série ne suit pas les événements des jeux dans l'ordre exact, y compris l'adaptation du jeu exclusif japonais Super Adventure Rockman entre ceux de Mega Man 2 et Mega Man 3. La série intègre par la suite quelques histoires de la série Mega Man X. La popularité de Worlds Collide a ensuite conduit à un deuxième crossover avec la série So (fr)
  • Mega Man is a comic series based on the video game series of the same name by Capcom produced by Archie Comics which was announced at New York Comic Con 2010. The series began publication in April 2011 with Ian Flynn, who has written many stories for Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog series, involved with the production. The series has proved highly successful, and in 2013 a crossover took place between the Mega Man and Sonic series, under the title "Worlds Collide". The series does not follow the events of the games in exact order, including an adaptation of the Japanese exclusive game Super Adventure Rockman between those of Mega Man 2 and Mega Man 3. The series later included a few stories set in the time of the Mega Man X series. The popularity of Worlds Collide subsequently led to a second (en)
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  • Mega Man (série de bande dessinée) (fr)
  • 메가맨 (아치 코믹스) (ko)
  • Mega Man (Archie Comics) (en)
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