The Sonic / Mega Man comic fangasm continues - destructoid

The Sonic / Mega Man comic fangasm continues

4:00 PM on 03.16.2013

Tony Ponce

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Check out all these covers from "Worlds Collide" Part 8-10


Destructoid exclusively revealed a pair of cute variant covers for Part 9 of Archie's upcoming Sonic / Mega Man event "Worlds Collide." Archie distributed similar exclusives around the web, and I'm here to round 'em up and throw 'em in yo' faces.

Comic Book Resources shared the regular newsstand cover for Part 9 (Sonic the Hedgehog #250), a lovely wraparound featuring decidedly non-chibi versions of our heroes and villains. Comics Alliance took a step back to deliver Part 8 (Sonic Universe #53), which finds Sonic and Mega Man battling the Chaos Devil, a fusion of the Sonic Adventure water spirit Chaos and the Wily death machine Yellow Devil. Finally, Newsarama has the skinny on Part 10 (Mega Man #27), where the not skinny Dr. Eggman is ready to lay the hurt down on the equally husky Dr. Light.

But that's not all! iFanboy premiered an "Evil Friends Forever" variant of Part 8, starring Wily and Eggman getting their fighting game on with the "EggsBox." Look at those two, acting like they are 10 years old! It's almost as good as the cover featuring the duo riding a tandem bicycle. Their unholy friendship is seriously the best thing to come out of this crossover, even more so than the heroes' team-up.

[via The Mega Man Network]


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