Everything I Need to Know I Learned from Playing Mega Man [ COMIC ]

So next weekend I’m going to be attending Magfest 9 in Alexandria, VA. The theme for this year’s convention is Mega Man. Well, I’m not sure when or not you’ve noticed over the past few years, but I’m actually a little bit of a Mega Man fan. In fact, I’ve actually done quite a few comics where I create these Rejected Mega Man Villains. So putting two and two together, I decided to create a new Rejected Mega Man Villains shirt that I will have on hand at the con. But if you’re not going to be at the convention, you can still pre-order your own from Shark Robot. The shirt is made up of eight of my personal favorite rejected from over the years recreated as a classic Mega Man stage select screen.

Rejected Mega Man Villains Shirt

Oh, and the Dr. Light being referred to as Dr. Right thing:

“Dr. Wright,” which is Dr. Light’s name in the instruction manual for Mega Man, is a Western approximation of “Dr. Right.” In the Japanese versions, Dr. Light is also known as Dr. Right. His symbol is an “R” icon in Japan. He has been known as Dr. Light, however. This is due to the lack of differentiation in the Japanese pronunciation of the L & R sounds. [1]

And there you have it.