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Mega Man and Sonic comic arc gets sexy 16-bit covers


9:30 AM on 01.25.2013
Archie Sonic / Mega ManMega Man and Sonic comic arc gets sexy 16-bit covers photo



Some time ago, Archie Comics created the "When Worlds Collide" storyline, which brought Sonic and Mega Man together in one wacky continuity, across various comic lines.

IGN now has the scoop one new covers for the upcoming issues, and they happen to feature some pretty awesome 16-bit cover art. Astute Mega Man fans will recognize the sprites from Mega Man & Bass.

The comics themselves will be released on May 29th (for Sonic #249) and June 12th (for Mega Man #26). I'm actually a huge fan of the comic series, but now I wish these were real games too!

Sweet 16-Bit Variant Covers for Archie's Mega Man/Sonic Crossover [IGN]

Mega Man and Sonic comic arc gets sexy 16-bit covers photo
Mega Man and Sonic comic arc gets sexy 16-bit covers photo





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