If you've ever wanted a 13" Mega Man statue to grace your shelves, you are in for a treat. X-PLUS has added the Blue Bomber to their Gigantic Series, which also includes versions of Super Sonico, Vegeta, and other classic cha... read
Although it's true that Capcom hasn't given us a Mega Man game in years, at least we can count on toy companies to help keep our love for the franchise alive. The latest version comes from TruForce Collectibles, who are givin... read
A treasure trove for every flavor of geek The majority of ThinkGeek's San Diego Comic-Con booth was dedicated to upcoming goodies with a smaller vending section to the side. The company's con-exclusive goods included a Bee and Puppycat inflatable sword, Star Wars R2-... read feature
Bluefin Tamashii Nations has unveiled the North America release information and new photos for Bandai's upcoming S.H. Figuarts Zero (Mega Man Zero series).
Zero will come with his Z-Saber, Buster Shot, Triple Rod, and Shield ... read
New York Comic Con 2013 is officially in full swing and our very own Andres Cerrato is walking the floor! One of the booths he visited on the first day was Tamashii Nations, where, among other wonderful things, there is a D-A... read
Famitsu uploaded some incredible new photos of the upcoming D-Arts classic Mega Man. Besides providing a better look at the set, the photos also seem to reveal an alternate "struggling" face for Mega Man and an attack accesso... read
Thanks to The Mega Man Network (and AmiAmi JP), we now have some new photos of the upcoming Bandai's D-Arts classic Mega Man (Rockman) and Rush set (which also includes a Metall).
After multiple iterations of X and two versio... read
Bluefin Distribution's booth (That's Bandai and Tamashii Nations worked into a maze of figure display cases) always seems swamped at events. I remember seeing it at Otakon and NYCC, and both times it was tough to get a good l... read
Last September, Zero from Capcom's popular series Rockman X (Mega Man X) made his Bandai D-Arts debut in his original armor from the first title. It was basic but so was a lot of things about the first title when you loo... read
There have been 3 Megaman D-Arts figures released thus far, along with two prototypes to show off what Bandai is able to create. Given how people have reacted to the figures so far, many would like to create their own persona... read
I remembered when Rockman Zero was introduced. I was a bit confused as to why the girly robot from Rockman X was suddenly the new face of this long going series. And then I played the game and that's when I realized that it w... read
Remember Kotobukiya's superb Protoman plastic model kit? Well, one intrepid customizer has gone and made a cool little custom based off of it. Behold Nagano Ken's Break Man custom, featuring Hitoshi Ariga's version of the min... read
Mega Man X on the Super Nintendo was my first Mega Man game. As such, the X series has always been near and dear to my heart, with X4 being one of my favorite adventure platformers ever. This love of the series got me into co... read feature
It's been a great year to be Megaman fan. You can't say it enough times because 2011 is definitely the year of the return of the Blue Bomber. While we would've been satisfied with just Rockman himself, there's been the D-Arts... read
My new Rockman X figure just arrived yesterday and fortunately I had the clarity of mind to grab my video camera before tearing into the box. The results of which you can see after the jump; it's the latest episode of Tomopop... read
It has been an amazing last year for Megaman, and not just production figures. Custom artists seem to have been more than eager to give the iconic hero form. And now they are joined by this incredible diorama by artists Magnu... read
I have a lot of Rockman toys.
We've done extensive coverage of the recent Kotobukiya Rockman model kits, but good information regarding earlier merchandise is sadly hard to come by. As the owner of a good deal of older ... read
If only I had one of those crazy outfits with a million zippers so I could get all of these PVC straps from Union Creative depicting the 8-bit robot masters from Mega Man. Then I would attach all these straps to the zip... read
Now you have no excuse. Bid Bad Toy Store is offering Bandai's D-Arts Rockman X figure to all afraid of buying from Japan-based shops.
Their price is US$39.99, barely different from the Japanese price (¥3,300). Addi... read
Bandai's D-Arts Rockman X has very quickly become one of my most wanted figures of 2011, and the latest high res photo and details have done nothing to curtail my desperate need to own one of them.
We now know the figure stan... read
It's a holiday miracle for Rockman fans! Details of Bandai's D-Arts Rockman X poseable figure have just emerged thanks to some magazine scans.
The listed price is a quite reasonable ¥3,300 and it's set to release late Apr... read
As a child of the SNES, I think that I actually played Megaman X before any of the original games. I eventually grew to love both the classic and Mega Man Legends series as well, but X will always be my first love as far as M... read