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Mega Man Bosses Bead Portraits: Rock’s Gallery

Mega Man Bosses Bead Portraits: Rock’s Gallery
You don’t get to 10 Mega Man games without making a few enemies. 80 of them to be specific. Patrick Merrifield reminds us just how difficult the Blue Bomber’s life is with his massive masterpiece. Patrick made bead portraits of each of the Robot Masters that Rock faced in the classic Mega Man series.

Custom Mega Man 2 25th Anniversary NES: Retro Master

Custom Mega Man 2 25th Anniversary NES: Retro Master
The first Mega Man game celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, while its sequel is still “only” 24 years old. But it was Mega Man 2 that catapulted the Blue Bomber and his franchise to fame, and is widely considered to be one of the best videogames of all time.
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Elizabeth Sherry’s Classical Videogame Art: Geek Mythology

Elizabeth Sherry’s Classical Videogame Art: Geek Mythology
Illustrator Elizabeth Sherry likes to make classical-style art based on videogame characters. No, not 8-bit. She went way more old school than that. Her digital paintings even have cracks and creases on them to make them look really old. The one above is my favorite, but her Mario still life is a close second.

Billy Butcher Video Game Pop Culture Art: Come Play My Game, I’ll Test Ya!

Billy Butcher Video Game Pop Culture Art: Come Play My Game, I’ll Test Ya!
Thanks to it8bit, I’ve found one of my new favorite artists: Billy Butcher. His collection Come Play My Game, I’ll Test Ya! is an edgy and lively mashup of pop culture, headlined by my favorite pastime: videogames.

Mega Man Robotic Armed Masters T-shirt: Get Wily

Mega Man Robotic Armed Masters T-shirt: Get Wily
XD Threads remixed the album cover from Daft Punk’s latest album Random Access Memories to create this t-shirt design featuring Proto Man and his harder, better, faster and stronger descendant Mega Man.

Mega Man Unlimited Fan Game: Hold on to Your Heart Tank

Mega Man Unlimited Fan Game: Hold on to Your Heart Tank
It’s been quite a while since Capcom released an official Mega Man game; even its 25th anniversary gift to fans Street Fighter x Mega Man was mostly made by a fan. So forget about doing something right; it seems that if Mega Man fans want something done at all, they have to do it themselves.

Mega Man Mega Buster & Helmet Plushies: Arm & Head Upgrade

Mega Man Mega Buster & Helmet Plushies: Arm & Head Upgrade
I’m sure Mega Man fans already know – and pre-ordered – about the old school Mega Man statue that Capcom unveiled for the Blue Bomber’s 25th anniversary. But if you’d rather be Mega Man, go grab Capcom Japan’s limited edition Mega Buster and Helmet set.

Light Capsule Replica Can Only Be Rescued by a Mega Rich Man

Light Capsule Replica Can Only Be Rescued by a Mega Rich Man
That’s right X! It’s a 16″ x 6″ replica of a light capsule from the Mega Man X series, featuring a looping animation of the one and only Dr. Light. The replica was made by artistman Andrewman Butterman Andrew Butterworth.

LEGO Mega Man Concept: Blue Bomber Bricks

LEGO Mega Man Concept: Blue Bomber Bricks
Here’s a proposal that could cure Mega Man fans of their disappointment with how Capcom has treated the beloved platformer in recent years: LEGO toy sets based on Mega Man 2. Then again, knowing how Cuusoo works this could just be another source of disappointment.

Mega Man and the Robot Masters Turned Into Clay Men

Mega Man and the Robot Masters Turned Into Clay Men
Rockman Corner reader Ricardo Becker made miniature figures of Mega Man and the various bosses from the first 10 Mega Man games. I’m sure part of him just wanted to squash and tear some of these bosses apart as payback for all the hard times they gave him.

Mega Man Bobble Heads Bobble on By

Mega Man Bobble Heads Bobble on By
If you’re a fan of Mega Man (or Rockman if you live in Japan), then you’ll definitely want to put down your NES controller long enough to grab this set of cool and bubbly Mega Man Bobble Buddies.

Mega Man Hoodie Has an Ace Up Its Sleeve

Mega Man Hoodie Has an Ace Up Its Sleeve
…and by ace I mean a Mega Buster. This rockin’ Rockman (aka Mega Man) hoodie is a collaboration between Capcom and Japanese apparel company Punk Drunkers. It has lots of references to the blue bomber, but its main trick is its left sleeve, which when rolled up reveals a textile replica of Mega Man’s staple weapon.

Mega Man Cutting Board Rocks, Man.

Mega Man Cutting Board Rocks, Man.
Fans of Mega Man will find this kitchen accessory as hard to resist as taking down Dr. Wily. It’s an awesome cutting board assembled to look just like the classic 8-bit gaming icon.

Mike’s Mega Man and Mario Mosaics Make Me Mappy

Mike’s Mega Man and Mario Mosaics Make Me Mappy
No matter how many new video game franchises come along, it’s still some of the earliest console games which have the most popular gaming characters of all time. Take, for instance, Mario and Mega Man. Both released nearly 30 years ago (yikes, I feel really old), these iconic gaming characters have grown up alongside those of us who grew up playing video games.

Mega Man X on iOS: Rockman Hits the iPhone

Mega Man X on iOS: Rockman Hits the iPhone
Are you the type of gamer who enjoys playing retro games, especially the ones that you loved when you were younger? Well check out Mega Man X, which was just released for the iPhone and iPod Touch (sorry no iPad version yet.)

Nintendo Street Performer: Mario Melodica

Nintendo Street Performer: Mario Melodica
Mike Choi busks for money every Saturday at Little Tokyo in LA. He plays the melodica quite well and also takes requests, but you should really hear him play his geeky repertoire – themes from classic Nintendo video games like Super Mario Bros.,
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