History ComicBook / MegaMan

17th Nov '16 2:54:47 PM barberbarberjoe
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** Meanwhile, at the end of the ''Mega Man 2'' story arc, Wily jumps into an escape chute.
12th Nov '16 10:09:38 AM Emreld3000
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* BackdoorPilot: The pseudo-crossover with the X series was meant to jumpstart a comic based on X, which didn't take due to this comic's already-waning sales at the time.
7th Nov '16 8:38:35 PM SuperFeatherYoshi
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* SmugSnake: For all of Wily's brilliance, he can fall into this. Most notable during the end of the ''Mega Man 2'' arc and the Ra Moon story arc.


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* SmugSnake: For all of Wily's brilliance, he can fall into this. Most notable during the end of the ''Mega Man 2'' arc and the Ra Moon story arc.


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* SpacePolice: The Star Marshals, a group of alien law enforcement robots. Duo is revealed to be a member of the group, and so was Trio/Evil Robot before his FaceHeelTurn.
7th Nov '16 8:28:17 PM SuperFeatherYoshi
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* NotHisSled: Mr. X isn't Wily this time.
20th Oct '16 4:23:26 AM GamerFromJump2
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** The series also shows subtly that Robot Master thinking is ''different'' from that of humans, such as Rock inquiring if Dr. Wily will be reprogrammed in prison (and expressing regret when told it's not possible), and Guts Man and Concrete Man discussing what they want done with them after they are decommissioned. Some of the Robot Masters choosing decommissioning over change would also count.


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* DesperatelySeekingAPurposeInLife: Blues wasn't built with any purpose other than to simply ''be'', and isn't sure what that means. The word "function" comes up a lot.


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** Blues expresses surprise that Quake Woman has a built in Geiger counter. She notes that it's useful for her purposes of geological excavation.
18th Sep '16 7:34:11 PM nombretomado
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A ComicBook series based on the Classic ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' series, produced by ArchieComics and written by Ian Flynn, current writer of ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog''. Unlike the Sonic adaptation, this one largely sticks to the source material when adapting the series, including elements from the obscure GameBoy titles and NoExportForYou titles like ''VideoGame/SuperAdventureRockman'' and ''The Wily Wars''. The first issue was released in May 2011.

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A ComicBook series based on the Classic ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' series, produced by ArchieComics Franchise/ArchieComics and written by Ian Flynn, current writer of ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog''. Unlike the Sonic adaptation, this one largely sticks to the source material when adapting the series, including elements from the obscure GameBoy titles and NoExportForYou titles like ''VideoGame/SuperAdventureRockman'' and ''The Wily Wars''. The first issue was released in May 2011.



** In Issue 19, one of the people on the life rafts looks a lot like [[ArchieComics Archie]].

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** In Issue 19, one of the people on the life rafts looks a lot like [[ArchieComics [[Franchise/ArchieComics Archie]].
16th Sep '16 12:26:37 PM Emreld3000
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* ConditionedToAcceptHorror: All of the Light robot masters except for Rock and Blues are programmed to be okay with the fact that they will eventually die, and to not consider themselves as life, only life-like.



* HappinessIsMandatory: The 8 robot masters [[spoiler:that choose to abandon Wily and become useful to society]] become reprogrammed to enjoy their new purpose in life. Quick Man is disturbed by this, saying that if he has to be ''reprogrammed'' to enjoy his new life, it's not really his life anymore.



* RoboticReveal: Dr. Wily's hologram gets one, but otherwise this has been effectively [[AvertedTrope averted]] so far. Blues actually subverts the trope by displaying his robotic abilities in front of humans who have never seen a RidiculouslyHumanRobot before without any of them seeming to catch on to the fact that he's not really human.

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* RoboticReveal: Dr. Wily's hologram gets one, but otherwise this has been effectively [[AvertedTrope averted]] so far. Blues actually subverts the trope by displaying his robotic abilities in front of humans who have never seen a RidiculouslyHumanRobot before without any of them seeming to catch on to the fact that he's not really human. human (because lifelike robots were not yet known to the public).
16th Sep '16 12:18:57 PM Emreld3000
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* AndTheAdventureContinues: Done three times. Issue #53 sets up the plot of Mega Man 4, encouraging the reader to buy ''Mega Man Legacy Collection'' to find out more. Issue #54 sets up Break Man's part of ''4'', explaining that he's now going to walk the path to redemption. Issue #55 has this on a far grander scale, showing how Mega Man continues to fight for 8 more games, and becomes an serial concept.



* KilledOffForReal: Ra Moon.

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* KilledOffForReal: Ra Moon. The Genesis Unit had their IC chips destroyed, making this in effect, though they get a brief revival by being time-cloned during ''Worlds Collide.''
20th Aug '16 10:43:56 PM drac0blade
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** Xander becomes so obsess with destroying robots that he was willing to blow up his own men during the ''Spiritus Ex Machina'' story arc.

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** Xander becomes so obsess obsessed with destroying robots that he was willing to blow up his own men during the ''Spiritus Ex Machina'' story arc.
20th Aug '16 10:24:20 PM drac0blade
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A ComicBook series based on the Classic ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' series (though there are plans to cover the later series as well), produced by ArchieComics and written by Ian Flynn, current writer of ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog''. Unlike the Sonic adaptation, this one largely sticks to the source material when adapting the series, including elements from the obscure GameBoy titles and NoExportForYou titles like ''VideoGame/SuperAdventureRockman'' and ''The Wily Wars''. The first issue was released in May 2011.

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A ComicBook series based on the Classic ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' series (though there are plans to cover the later series as well), series, produced by ArchieComics and written by Ian Flynn, current writer of ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog''. Unlike the Sonic adaptation, this one largely sticks to the source material when adapting the series, including elements from the obscure GameBoy titles and NoExportForYou titles like ''VideoGame/SuperAdventureRockman'' and ''The Wily Wars''. The first issue was released in May 2011.
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