Art and a Video

This has taken a LOT more time to be posted than it should. Here’s art featuring the villains of Series 9 – the Galactic Council itself! RaMoon, Mr. Holzenbein, Terra, Crorq, Tar, Princess, and Trio drawn by Raijin K! He did an amazing job on this long-overdue group picture.

Megaman Fully Charged Preproduction Clips. So, some clips from Fully Charged get taken off the net just automatically, but what if those clips were altered just enough? Would it get taken down? Or do the people looking for them not care anymore? A mix of both? Anyway, I made this whole thing just so people can get easy access to two preproduction clips. Enjoy! It’s been a while since I made this too. Thanks, kobun20, for giving me the first clip! The second was found after a lot of sleuthing on Google.

Old Art is New Again

So, a few months ago I was going through Deviantart and came across some very old art done by Snake and I say to myself, “Geez, I don’t think that’s ever been put into the gallery.” Turns out I was right. But not only about Snake’s work, but a whole slew of others! Well, there’s no time to like the present to post these old pieces of art, so here we go!

Classi’s old Megaman 3 music video. This was only accessible through the old video player I made and I completely forgot about it when I made each video a separate thing in the gallery (there were many more official videos than fan made ones, so this slipped through the cracks). Well, it’s in Classi’s main gallery now and a new Video section in the team galleries. Although there’s still not much there, I suppose this is more organized.

Some older art of Raijin’s featuring Bizarro Shadowman and his own version of Snakeman. Yeah, that picture up there belongs to him as well. The pics of Bizarro is what started me on getting all this long-overlooked artwork onto the main site! Geez, Raj, can’t you do your own uploading?

About three YEARS back, before he disappeared into the abyss, Hardman made his own art thread. And here’s all the images from it FINALLY, not only here on the main page, but in the official Mechs galleries as well as the Business of War gallery (where appropriate). Yeah, you’d think I’d have got through all the War stuff by now, but I seem to keep finding more to add. These pictures also serve as a community snapshot – things would never be quite the same afterwards.

I kinda figured Hard would put these into his own gallery eventually, but … here we are. And some of these guys appear in the fiction, such as Constance, Cassandra, and Gaderham, so it’s really handy to have these pictures in the official galley.

Finally we have some fan art. I love fan art. We have some fanmade ‘Maniacs Moments by Scorch, fanart for Hardian specifically by Bright Babe, some fan-art practice sketches by Erirudo, a drawing Class earned by going into a contest by Kurai-Hato, sprites of me, Lennon (as Strider), and Hadrian by MM19872008 and a Superadventure style Artilleryman by General RADIX.

That’s everything for now! You can see all of these in their native galleries – Hardman’s Gallery, Snakeman’s Gallery, Spark Chan’s Gallery, the Gift Art Gallery, and the Miscellaneous Sprites Gallery.

Music Video

Oh my, it looks like something broke there.

This is one update long in the making. Made in Flash CS4, which is atrociously slow. So slow that it stalled this video for many, many months. A recent update made it fast enough to use and, after I got it, finished this within mere weeks. Although this was made in Flash, large, LARGE use of bitmaps made parts of this choppy on the first run. So I converted it to an avi for viewing. Incidentally, this is the “secret project” I mentioned on Deviant Art a while back.
A tribute to one of the last games in the entire Megaman series that probably deserves it: Megaman 3 PC. Misfits and Mistakes. Regular and Meatwad versions.

HEAT!!! by Hyadain: Translated!

Well … that was quick. Once more, CenetaurmanE52 of the forums points it out to me.
Amazingly, Heatman breaks the theme sey by Hyadain so far. But I’ll leave it to you to see how by watching the vid.

HEAT!!! by Hyadain

I love these things. Be sure to check out this awsome remix. Even if translation isn’t immediately available. It sure gets it’s message across. Thanks to CenetaurmanE52 of the forums for pointing this out to me.


The Video Section has now been integrated into the Coppermine Gallery. Hooray for workarounds! Videos by Classi and the christmas card by Anime Master are now located in the appropriate section. The War videos are fine the way they are, I think.

New to the section is the Rockman 3 commercial that premiered at Rockman Perfect Memories. I didn’t steal it from them, tho. I stole it from Nico Nico Video (aka Japanese You Tube). Even so, out of respect for their getting it first I have waited this long to put it up.

The Classic Megaman Mysteries section has gotten another update. This time, videos donated by Joseph Collins have been added to the Megaman 7 part of the article. They’re of him playing through the Sample version of the game.

Updates have slowed somewhat …. mostly due to behind-the-scenes beating around of ideas and such. Rest assured though, we are still going on strong!

The Business of War

This is one of the final updates for the Business of War!

The penultimate stage is up! As are the last of the Stage Summaries. Let’s all give Raijin some applause. He’s worked hard to make all these summaries and I know I would be lost without them.

Also up is a list of Sword Users, also compiled by Raijin. We’ve just noticed there were quite a few swords being used in the War and we decided to keep track a bit. Beware of spoilers!

Also up is a flash Map of War. This was made by me and Raijin. Raijin was invaluable in making the initial images and actually looking up where everything was. I just made the Flash file.

Also up is the Live Action Buisness of War videos made by Anime Master as well as commentaries!

War’s running into the home stretch now … and the best is yet to come! Stay tuned for the end of the epic that rocked the Team Scene! The end of the Business of War … it’s coming!

But that’s not all! A big hand goes out to Joseph “Doc Lithius” Collins who used my Rockman Mega World level select codes to bring us accurate damage data on all bosses from the Rockman Megaworld game. I’ve compiled that, as well as the codes, and some new observations into a single article that is now online. Now we can see which weapon is, statistically, the best of the best from the first three Megaman games!

Business of War

The Business of War receives a hefty update this day! Contrary to what many might think, the event is still on. And the fruits of our labor is now presented as it is so far.

The main story has been posted up to Stage 6 (with a new Wily Journal and Cossack Journal in Stage 3). While Raj’s Summaries have been continued on to Stage 5.

The War Sigs has been updated with signatures up to the present time.

There’s more information on Business of War characters in the allegences section.

There’s information on the various foot soldiers now up.

And, finally, Anime Master’s many videos have been put up in the video section.

This has been one HELL of an update! And the end is hurtling our way! Stay tuned!


The Video Section sees an update today. This time with the MM3 themed episode of Captain N as well as the old Megaman 3 commercial from Capcom. Weird stuff. Enjoy!

The Cap N episode featured the villainous Doc Robot (my favorite Megaman-related Cap N butchery), so if you’ve ever wondered what the character was actually like … look no further! I’d also like to thank Classi Cal for helping me with the Megaman 3 commercial. It was actually in a series of commercials that was sent to me, but she helped me single it out for the site. Well done!

Videos, Megaman Mysteries

Wow. Allot of updates today!

First up is the new Video section. That contains, not only Business of War stuff, but also a Megaman 3 video made by Spark Chan (Classi Cal).

Next up is a humongous Megaman Mysteries update. it really is huge. Not only have all the articles been formatted (so reading them isn’t a chore), but there’s lots of info present.

Megaman X7 has a new screen of an X7 E3 promo (just the title screen tho). And X2 has some crap added to it.

Classic Megaman Mysteries has the removal of some USED sprites and an unused sprite added to MM8.

MM3 Mysteries has some technical stuff added thanks to Sean Kelly. There’s some interesting notes on Geminiman’s starfield and the Rush Drill concept as well as others.

Megaman Battle Network Mysteries sees a huge update, thanks (for the most part) to Mega Rock.exe.

And Miscellaneous Megaman Mysteries sees notes on many games, particularly the Gameboy series (thanks goes to Jade and Nightmare Zero on that).