Ascendant Androids Sound Off!

The last, but the prettiest – Raijin brings us Crystalgirl of the Ascendant Androids! I must admit, I’m a sucker for shiny things. Evidently this design was based, not just of his old sprite, but also off the former Crystal’s own artwork for the design she created.

And that brings us to the end of Raijin’s Ascendant Android project. Hope you all enjoyed!

Ascendant Androids Sound Off!

Raijin brings us one of Spark’s old identities – Napalmman! This guy was heavily modelled on the drill sergeant from Full Metal Jacket, a movie I confess I didn’t see in full until too recently.

Ascendant Androids Sound Off!

Starman is next in Raijin Ascendant Androids project. This guy was actually designed by me long after the Business of War was over. For story reasons Star was left out of the remake fest during War, but when the Androids came back the reasons for this no longer made sense. Well, here he is in all his show stealing glory.

Ascendant Androids Sound Off!

The Ascendant Androids continue to file in with Stoneman coming in next. Damn, does Raj know his detail work or what? This version of Stoneman can fashion himself out of whatever stony materials that happen to be at hand.

Ascendant Androids Sound Off!

From January to February Raijin had a burst of artistic inspiration and finished off his (apparently) ages old Ascendant Androids art project that he started with Chargemen many, many years ago. To start things off, here’s Waveman!

Who are the Ascendant Androids? Why they’re the Megaman 5 team remade by General Cutman during the Business of War. Too much? Just consider them nightmarish remakes of the Megaman 5 guys and enjoy.

Epilogue and More

Another month, another epilogue! This time we delve into the anime cliche of characters becoming obsessed with who among them is the strongest!

In addition to that I’ve added fan made Mechanical Maniacs Moments to that page. This includes past entries to an old contest previously on the Secret page and the submission we have gotten over the years.

I’ve also added some old, overlooked art by a guy named Scorch. From … 2010!? Yeesh, I should look into my folders more often.




Megaman Soccer Conversions and More

Today sees the return of the Megaman Soccer Conversions Revival! This time with the rest of the unique characters from Archie Comics, characters from Megaman Xover and assorted others. All done up by yours truly. This batch sees some challenging designs and I’m glad I got them out of the way. I wasn’t sure if the Xover guys counted as Classic series characters at all, but in the end my very low qualifying standards for inclusion gave way.

This might actually be the final update to this. There’s just not anything else out there in relation to Classic Megaman and I don’t think the upcoming TV show counts.

Additionally I’ve uploaded even more artwork. Some featuring Mega Girl and Mega Man, Sans and Papyrus as Skeleton Joes, MM3 symbols, and older artwork of the Megaman PC robot masters.

And, last but not least, Megaman DOS sprites by Geno2925. See more in the Miscellaneous Sprite Gallery.

The Mechs Meet and Art

It came, it rocked, and now it’s over. And once more a log of this year’s Mechs Meet is now up. This time it’s brought to you by none other than myself (with some additions by Magnet and Snake) instead of just Snake himself taking notes. So it’s a slightly different flavor of log this time around.

And here’s some long-awaited art I’ve wanted to add to the galleries. I’ve been saving these for a rainy day, but there’s actually a backlog of content to be posted, so the sooner, the better! Here’s some recent-ish art I made inspired by Captain N and some old Megaman Team Community Christmas art made when that was a whole thing. It features the Mechs, so I figured I’d post it up here.