The Timeless Art of Mega Man
Mega Man Boss Battle is a gallery showing of artworks inspired by 25 years of Capcom's Blue Hero.
Oh man if you check the galleries' website they offer a lot of these on canvas in limited stock.... I wish i had a spare $325 for a 24"x 32" of mega man vs wind man.
1st game i ever played was mega man 2 and that pretty much sucked me in & i havent come back out.
still waiting for the live-action mega man movie trilogy.
I miss the Blue bomber. Thanks capcom. thanks for taking giant dump all over the very character that made your company a household name. lol
That is super cool. Just checked the tumblr and much of the pieces are gorgeous. Anyone know the song?
You would think something would be done for games that still have production. The last Mega Man I remember was in 1995. I am sure there were more made, but not anything caught my attention.
Whats the name of the song at the beginning? I've heard it somewhere and can't get it out of my head.
some concept art i've seen on a few games is amazing and wish it was available to buy. Prince Of Persia, Batam Arkham City, Tomb Raider...all had fantastic images which would look great on a canvas print. Wonder if developers would be open to a request?
I went to the opening night for this art show, it was fun and great experience. If you're a huge mega man fan and live in SF/ Bay Area go check it out!
This is really important and I'm happy Gamespot is covering stories like this. You'd never see this kind of thing on IGN.
I miss the MegaMan series. I would like a new title to the story or an HD collection of Legends I, II and the spin off of Tron Bonne
My favorite franchise ever. Hope someday we see Mega Man X9 with the same style as the first X games.
It's very cool to see something like this, and also it is very sad, because the main company that should support Megaman doesn't care about the franchise anymore. Maybe in 3 or 4 years we will get a reboot made by Ninja Theory full of cursing and Megaman will be a womanizer teenager-robot.
@Renato_Godoi Just goes to show you where Capcom's heart is....up there poop-holes.