History ComicBook / NovasAventurasDeMegaman

17th Apr '18 7:17:02 PM nombretomado
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* CulturalPosturing: While everyone in the comic loves Brazil something fierce, Princess is the most {{egregious}} example; her introduction (on a fake talk show) includes a [[AuthorFilibuster rant]] about how there need to be more comics about Brazilian characters.

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* CulturalPosturing: While everyone in the comic loves Brazil something fierce, Princess is the most {{egregious}} JustForFun/{{egregious}} example; her introduction (on a fake talk show) includes a [[AuthorFilibuster rant]] about how there need to be more comics about Brazilian characters.
26th Oct '17 4:28:27 PM Dedars1
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[[caption-width-right:301: The girls ([[FanService post being captured and stripped,]]) "Slasher" [[note]] The comic was released before Bass' official name was known [[/note]], [[VideoGame/MegaManX X]] and VideoGame/MegaMan.]]

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[[caption-width-right:301: The girls ([[FanService post being captured and stripped,]]) "Slasher" [[note]] The comic was released before Bass' official name was known [[/note]], [[note]]Bass, misnamed[[/note]], [[VideoGame/MegaManX X]] and VideoGame/MegaMan.]]
26th Oct '17 4:27:54 PM Dedars1
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''Novas Aventuras de Mega Man'' (''New Adventures of Mega Man'') is a late '90 Brazilian comic featuring the Blue Bomber, Mega Man, and some of his supporting cast and enemies. This is where the overlap between this continuity and that of the games ends.

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''Novas Aventuras de Mega Man'' (''New Adventures of Mega Man'') is a late mid-to-late '90 Brazilian comic featuring the Blue Bomber, Mega Man, and some of his supporting cast and enemies. This is where the overlap between this continuity and that of the games ends.
19th Sep '16 4:41:03 PM nombretomado
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Not to be confused with the ArchieComics ''ComicBook/MegaMan'' comic book, nor the [[ComicBook/DreamwavesMegaMan the short lived comic from Dreamwave,]] and ''definitely'' should not be confused with the {{Manga}}, ''Manga/MegaManMegamix.''

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Not to be confused with the ArchieComics Franchise/ArchieComics ''ComicBook/MegaMan'' comic book, nor the [[ComicBook/DreamwavesMegaMan the short lived comic from Dreamwave,]] and ''definitely'' should not be confused with the {{Manga}}, ''Manga/MegaManMegamix.''
13th Jul '16 8:35:13 PM Discar
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* OutsideContextVillain: Actually, we don’t ''know'' if they would’ve been villains or not, but [[spoiler: the Greys]] would certainly qualify if they did.

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* OutsideContextVillain: Actually, we don’t ''know'' if they would’ve been villains or not, but %%* OutsideContextProblem: [[spoiler: the Greys]] would certainly qualify if they did.qualify.
10th Feb '16 5:45:46 PM spirasen
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[[caption-width-right:301:The girls ([[FanService post being captured and stripped]]),"Slasher"[[note]]The comic was released before Bass' official name was known[[/note]], [[VideoGame/MegaManX X]] and VideoGame/MegaMan]]

''Novas Aventuras de Mega Man'' (''New Adventures of Mega Man'') is a late-90's Brazilian comic featuring the Blue Bomber, Mega Man, and some of his supporting cast and enemies. This is where the overlap between this continuity and that of the games ends.

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[[caption-width-right:301:The [[caption-width-right:301: The girls ([[FanService post being captured and stripped]]),"Slasher"[[note]]The stripped,]]) "Slasher" [[note]] The comic was released before Bass' official name was known[[/note]], known [[/note]], [[VideoGame/MegaManX X]] and VideoGame/MegaMan]]

VideoGame/MegaMan.]]

''Novas Aventuras de Mega Man'' (''New Adventures of Mega Man'') is a late-90's late '90 Brazilian comic featuring the Blue Bomber, Mega Man, and some of his supporting cast and enemies. This is where the overlap between this continuity and that of the games ends.



That was the easy part. Unfortunately, this comic had so many {{retcon}}s and [[ContinuitySnarl continuity issues]] that sorting everything out is a bit of a chore. There's also plenty of [[OffModel artwork gaffs]], since few of the artists chosen to draw for this comic retained many details from the past issues. ''[=NAdM=]'' was produced a bit differently than most other comics; the writers would produce a script, then have fan artists draw it; whoever's was the best would be selected for that issue. (It should be noted that only one artist, Rogerio Hanata, illustrated more than a single issue; also, artists would eventually write the scripts as well.)

The publisher went under before the comic (and another series detailing events post-''X4'', before ''X5'' was released) was completed, [[LeftHanging leaving many story threads dangling.]]

Detailed summaries and scans of this series can be found at [[http://web.archive.org/web/20120626223833/http://acidocinza.awardspace.com/index.php?pagina=summaries_nadmm O Ácido Cinza]], provided by one Rodrigo Shin; an overall summary of the convoluted plot and characters can be found [[http://themechanicalmaniacs.com/articles/MMBrazil.php here]], at the Mechanical Maniacs.

And now, a translation of the entire series by the Optical Internet Translation Gang is available [[http://web.archive.org/web/20120601135528/http://opentrain.199xchan.org/?page_id=28 here]].

Not to be confused with the ArchieComics ''ComicBook/MegaMan'' comic book, nor the [[ComicBook/DreamwavesMegaMan the short-lived comic from Dreamwave]], and ''definitely'' should not be confused with the {{Manga}}, ''Manga/MegaManMegamix''.

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That was the easy part. Unfortunately, this comic had so many {{retcon}}s and [[ContinuitySnarl continuity issues]] that sorting everything out is a bit of a chore. There's also plenty of [[OffModel artwork gaffs]], gaffs,]] since few of the artists chosen to draw for this comic retained many details from the past issues. ''[=NAdM=]'' was produced a bit differently than most other comics; the writers would produce a script, then have fan artists draw it; whoever's was the best would be selected for that issue. (It should be noted that only one artist, Rogerio Hanata, illustrated more than a single issue; also, artists would eventually write the scripts as well.)

The publisher went under before the comic (and another series detailing events post-''X4'', post-''X4,'' before ''X5'' was released) was completed, [[LeftHanging leaving many story threads dangling.]]

Detailed summaries and scans of this series can be found at [[http://web.archive.org/web/20120626223833/http://acidocinza.awardspace.com/index.php?pagina=summaries_nadmm O Ácido Cinza]], Cinza,]] provided by one Rodrigo Shin; an overall summary of the convoluted plot and characters can be found [[http://themechanicalmaniacs.com/articles/MMBrazil.php here]], here,]] at the Mechanical Maniacs.

And now, a translation of the entire series by the Optical Internet Translation Gang is available [[http://web.archive.org/web/20120601135528/http://opentrain.199xchan.org/?page_id=28 here]].

here.]]

Not to be confused with the ArchieComics ''ComicBook/MegaMan'' comic book, nor the [[ComicBook/DreamwavesMegaMan the short-lived short lived comic from Dreamwave]], Dreamwave,]] and ''definitely'' should not be confused with the {{Manga}}, ''Manga/MegaManMegamix''.
''Manga/MegaManMegamix.''






* ArmedWithCanon: What the whole deal with Princess boils down to--one writer wanted to use her to [[HostileShowTakeover literally take over the comic]], another writer fired his ass and wrote Princess out.
* ArtShift: Every. Single. Issue. Sometimes multiple times within a single issue - the second one alone changes artists and styles twice!
* ArtificialHuman: “Project Lazarus”, initiated years before the main events of the comic, involved kidnapping homeless girls from all over Brazil and turning them into robots, for a variety of horrible purposes. [[spoiler: Roll was among them.]] [[spoiler:Kalinka]] was implied to be one as well, since she witnessed her father’s death thirty years ago, yet her age didn’t match this claim. Presumably, this would’ve been brought up again later, had the comic lasted long enough.

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* ArmedWithCanon: What the whole deal with Princess boils down to--one to --one writer wanted to use her to [[HostileShowTakeover literally take over the comic]], comic,]] another writer fired his ass and wrote Princess out.
* ArtShift: Every. Single. Issue. Sometimes multiple times within a single issue - -- the second one alone changes artists and styles twice!
* ArtificialHuman: “Project Lazarus”, Lazarus,” initiated years before the main events of the comic, involved kidnapping homeless girls from all over Brazil UsefulNotes/{{Brazil}} and turning them into robots, for a variety of horrible purposes. [[spoiler: Roll was among them.]] [[spoiler:Kalinka]] was implied to be one as well, since she witnessed her father’s death thirty years ago, yet her age didn’t match this claim. Presumably, this would’ve been brought up again later, had the comic lasted long enough.
13th Oct '15 4:45:59 AM Adept
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Not to be confused with the ArchieComics ''ComicBook/MegaMan'' comic book, nor the [[ComicBook/DreamwavesMegaMan the short-lived comic from Dreamwave]], and ''definitely'' should not be confused with the {{Manga}}, ''MegaManMegamix''.

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Not to be confused with the ArchieComics ''ComicBook/MegaMan'' comic book, nor the [[ComicBook/DreamwavesMegaMan the short-lived comic from Dreamwave]], and ''definitely'' should not be confused with the {{Manga}}, ''MegaManMegamix''.
''Manga/MegaManMegamix''.
23rd Jun '15 9:22:15 PM HyperEmerson
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Detailed summaries and scans of this series can be found at [[http://acidocinza.awardspace.com/index.php?pagina=summaries_nadmm O Ácido Cinza]], provided by one Rodrigo Shin; an overall summary of the convoluted plot and characters can be found [[http://themechanicalmaniacs.com/articles/MMBrazil.php here]], at the Mechanical Maniacs.

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Detailed summaries and scans of this series can be found at [[http://acidocinza.[[http://web.archive.org/web/20120626223833/http://acidocinza.awardspace.com/index.php?pagina=summaries_nadmm O Ácido Cinza]], provided by one Rodrigo Shin; an overall summary of the convoluted plot and characters can be found [[http://themechanicalmaniacs.com/articles/MMBrazil.php here]], at the Mechanical Maniacs.
5th May '15 2:22:23 AM Dedars1
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Kalinka disappears after #13.
10th Aug '14 2:29:57 PM mfn
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* ExactlyWhatIAimedAt: During the fight with Princess, Mega Man and X launch a buster attack that seems to miss, but really hit the large pillar behind that swung into her.

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* ExactlyWhatIAimedAt: During the fight with Princess, Mega Man and X launch a buster attack that seems to miss, but really hit the large pillar behind that swung into her.her
* FakeUltimateHero: Zero. Hyped up as the most powerful of the main characters, double wielding Z-Sabers, getting OhCrap reactions from every villain as soon as he appears. Then, he freaks out when on the receiving end of an attack by the Neo Mavericks (being called Big Ice Cream by Bass while being saved) and goes down in one hit in the final battle. This may be a refference to his GlassCannon status in the games, but still. He was extremely disapointing as a character.
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