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Limited 1 for Retailer Incentive Variant Cover. Written by AJ Marchisello and Marcus Rineheart. Art by Stefano Simeone. Cover by Toni Infante. It's a new beginning for the worldwide culture phenomenon featuring heroes like Mega Man, Rush and Dr. Light trying to save Silicon City from the villainous forces of the Robot Masters, set in the world of the Mega Man: Fully Charged TV series. After Mega Man's father Dr. Light is kidnapped, a shocking truth rocks Mega Man's world as it seems the Robot Masters know more about his secret history than he does. When Mega Man's forgotten memories of the brutal human/robot war are triggered, our hero is left to question just who he is and if he can trust anything or anyone-including the man he calls father. Don't miss a perfect jumping on point for long time fans and new readers as A.J. Marchisello & Marcus Rinehart, with artist Stefano Simeone examine the cost of being a hero, and what it truly means to be human. 24 pages, full color. Cover price $


Meet the All New MEGA MAN in a FULLY CHARGED Comic Book Series From BOOM! Studios

Discover the Robot Hero of Silicon City Like You&#;ve Never Seen Him Before in August

BOOM! Studios, in partnership with WildBrain Ltd. and Dentsu Entertainment USA, today announced MEGA MAN: FULLY CHARGED, a brand new six-issue comic book series from Mega Man: Fully Charged television series writers A.J. Marchisello and Marcus Rinehart, along with artist Stefano Simeone (Read Only Memories) and acclaimed comics creators and TV/film executive producers, creators, and writers, Man of Action Entertainment.

Based on the television series of the same name, MEGA MAN: FULLY CHARGED features heroes like Mega Man, Rush, and Dr. Light in fully charged adventures battling the wickedest of Robot Masters led by Dr. Wily.

After Mega Man’s father Dr. Light is kidnapped, a shocking truth rocks Mega Man’s world as it seems the Robot Masters know more about his secret history than he does. But as Dr. Wily’s machinations trigger Mega Man’s forgotten memories of the brutal human/robot war, our hero is left to question just who he is and if he can trust anything or anyone – including the man he calls father.

“We are excited to see the expansion of the Mega Man: Fully Charged television series into comics, a medium we love so dearly. AJ and Marcus have been with the show from the beginning, and along with Stefano are delivering a fantastic, slick looking and modern Mega Man tale.&#; said Man of Action Entertainment

A.J. Marchisello is a storyteller and meditation guide based out of Silicon Beach, CA. After graduating with an MFA in Film and Television from UCLA, Marchisello went on to be a screenwriter or story editor on multiple Cartoon Network shows. Most recently, his two passions have collided through co-writing on a to-be-announced series about mindfulness with his brother, Tanner.

Marcus Rinehart is a screenwriter and story editor with an affinity for all-ages action/adventure. His credits include Ben 10, Power Players, and Mega Man: Fully Charged, both the TV series and now the comic. Born and raised in South Carolina, he currently resides in Los Angeles.

&#;Having worked on the Mega Man: Fully Charged television series, we&#;re honored to help usher this story from screen to page. Man of Action&#;s unique take is a Mega-fan&#;s dream, and thanks to BOOM! Studios, that dream has come true,&#; said Marchisello and Rinehart

Stefano Simeone is a comic book artist from Rome, Italy, best known for his four award-winning graphic novels for Tunué and Bao Publishing and also his work for Sergio Bonelli Editore. Simeone has also done work for the Disney Pixar’s Cars 3 graphic novel, Shoplifters Will Be Liquidated for Aftershock Comics, and Read Only Memories, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi for IDW.

“I can’t believe I’m working on something that I grew up with and enjoyed so much when I was a kid,” said Simeone. “I’m very happy to be working on a new Mega Man comic book, and I can’t wait to share my enthusiasm and excitement on the pages of this series with readers and fans everywhere!”

The animated television series Mega Man: Fully Charged is based on the Mega Man video game franchise from Capcom. Developed and produced by Man of Action Studios, Dentsu Entertainment USA, and WildBrain, the series originally aired on Cartoon Network in the United States. In the series, regular robo-kid, Aki Light, discovers secret programming and transforms into Mega Man to battle the wickedest of Robot Masters in Fully Charged adventures!

“You’ve never seen Mega Man like this before,&#; said Matthew Levine, Editor, BOOM! Studios. &#;Joe, A.J., Marcus, and Stefano have created a high-octane adventure that explodes off every page. Longtime fans and new readers alike are sure to find everything they love and expect from the character, but packaged in the rich and provoking world of the Mega Man: Fully Charged television series.&#;

Print copies of MEGA MAN: FULLY CHARGED #1, featuring main cover art by Toni Infante (Champions), as well as variant cover art by artist Miguel Mercado (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), are scheduled to be available in August exclusively at local comic book shops (use to find the one nearest you) or at the BOOM! Studios webstore. Digital copies can be purchased from content providers like comiXology, iBooks, Google Play, and Madefire. Due to the ongoing impact of the current global health crisis, the final release schedule of this series is subject to change.

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BOOM! Studios have dropped a first look their upcoming MEGA MAN: FULLY CHARGED comic book series, set for release later this month in partnership with WildBrain Ltd. and Dentsu Entertainment USA.

Based on the television series of the same name, and written by show writers A.J. Marchisello and Marcus Rinehart, along with artist Stefano Simeone (Read Only Memories), the new six-part series will hit shelves on August 26th

After Mega Man’s father Dr. Light is kidnapped, a shocking truth rocks Mega Man’s world as it seems the Robot Masters know more about his secret history than he does. But as Dr. Wily’s machinations trigger Mega Man’s forgotten memories of the brutal human/robot war, our hero is left to question just who he is and if he can trust anything or anyone – including the man he calls father.

MEGA MAN: FULLY CHARGED #1 will feature main cover art by Toni Infante, as well as variant cover art by artist Miguel Mercado, InHyuk Lee, and more, and you can feast your eyes on some interior artwork below.



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Mega Man: Fully Charged #1

  • Comic Watch - Nicholas OsbornAug 27,

    Mega Man Fully Charged #1 brings a surprisingly heartfelt approach to the character, capitalizing on some truly remarkable visuals to make for a first issue that is simply a lot of fun for both new and longtime fans alike. Read Full Review

  • Major Spoilers - Christopher RondeauAug 31,

    Megaman comes back to comic book form to tell an exciting new story! Will he be able to prevent the second Hard Age? Read Full Review

  • Black Nerd Problems - Mikkel SnyderAug 26,

    Mega Man: Fully Charged #1 is not gonna make new fans of the character per se, but anyone who already has a predisposition towards Mega Man will be rewarded with a series that taps in the aforementioned surprisingly deep lore surprisingly well. Read Full Review

  • - Charlie RidgelyAug 26,

    There isn't anything really groundbreaking happening here, but that's okay, Mega Man is thoroughly enjoyable all the same, even if you find yourself brand new to the material. Read Full Review

  • Monkeys Fighting Robots - David WeberAug 26,

    A spectacular first issue that promises so much more to follow. Read Full Review

  • Flickering Myth - Kevin McDowallAug 27,

    With theeye catchingfront cover by Toni Infante and plenty of plot to dig into,Mega Man: Fully Charged is a solid new comic to dip your fingers into if you're searching for a new series from an established franchise separate of the usual superhero genres. Read Full Review

  • Comics Bookcase - Keigen ReaAug 26,

    Mega Man: Fully Charged #1 has great pacing and art, but leans pretty heavily on common superhero tropes. Despite that, its still fun and energetic, and Im excited for the next issue. Read Full Review

  • AIPT - David BrookeAug 25,

    Mega Man: Fully Charged is a comic that feels fully realized as soon as you open it. The world and its characters are rendered well and you'll immediately believe it's all real and working. That left me feeling like I had to catch up -- especially since Mega Man doesn't appear till halfway through the book -- but I'm game to read more about this interesting, futuristic sci-fi adventure. Read Full Review

  • But Why Tho? - Max FunkeyAug 26,

    Overall I liked Mega Man: Fully Charged #1, though it didn't grab me as much as I'd hoped it would. The story is a solid way to make the character more mature, though it isn't terribly accessible for newcomers to the character. Read Full Review

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    Review &#; MEGA MAN: FULLY CHARGED #1 &#; The Mega Man Comic We&#;ve Needed

    Mega Man: Fully Charged is a new comic book series from BOOM! Studios based upon the cartoon series of the same name. While the cartoon was canceled after a single season, this first issue sets the stage for a profoundly entertaining and completely different experience.

    Mega Man: Fully Charged #1 Variant Cover

    Mega Man is a character that has been around since and has a special place in the hearts of many. The classic series now has twelve installments and has spawned several spin-off series, which each have multiple games. The series has an incredibly long history and a devoted fan base, so it was no surprise when Capcom decided to create a new cartoon series with the blue bomber. Mega Man: Fully Charged first aired on Cartoon Network in and was received&#; poorly. The story told was entirely different from what fans of the series liked, and the cartoon didn&#;t stand out enough to attract enough of a newer, younger fan base. It stopped airing after a single season, and no news has surfaced about the show returning. Despite the lackluster reception of the show, this new comic book series features many of the same characters. The major difference being a distinct tonal shift and change in the target audience that allows the world created by the cartoon to be used to make a promising first issue.

    Mega Man: Fully Charged Silicon City

    Just like the cartoon, Mega Man: Fully Charged focuses on Aki Light, a robotic kid with the ability to transform into the superhero, the public knows as Mega Man. Created by and the surrogate son of Thomas Light, Aki lives with his sister Suna and his dog Rush. He also enlists the help of a robotic partner called Mega-mini that spends time in Mega Man&#;s helmet when he is engaged in battle.

    What I believe is the smartest aspect of Mega Man: Fully Charged is the evident tonal shift from the cartoon. A.J. Marchisello and Marcus Rinehart make it very clear from the beginning of the issue that this new series will not be aimed at the same audience. This is evident from the first page of the issue, which gives the story background that a robot revolution has occurred, and humans and robots are engaged in a civil war. The war is a brilliant way that Marchisello and Rinehart immediately distance the comic book from the cartoon.

    Skull Man Redesign

    One of the most important aspects of a first issue, and an aspect that Marchisello and Rinehart perfect, is planting seeds and beginning stories that hook the reader in and leave them wanting to read the next issue. In the single issue there are characters who are shrouded in mystery, reasons to doubt characters we thought we could trust, and internal struggles of Mega Man. Mega Man: Fully Charged #1 feels like nothing but reasons to continue following the series, and after finishing this issue, I&#;m not sure how you could not.

    There are not many ways to describe the illustrations of Stefano Simeone except that they are stunning. Mega Man: Fully Charged #1 gives all of the characters a wonderful stylized look, and the redesign of Skull Man immediately excites readers for new versions of their favorite robot masters that lie in the issues ahead. Also, his interpretations of the main cast immediately let the reader know that what they are reading has a much more serious tone than the cartoon series.

    Mega Man: Fully Charged Badlands

    The coloring of Igor Monti in Mega Man: Fully Charged #1 is a highlight of the issue. Each scene looks astonishingly beautiful due to his work. Whether it be the cyberpunk Silicon City or the clear orange tone given to the Badlands, it is clear that Monti put much effort into each and every panel. It&#;s been a long time since I have had to stop and appreciate the colors on the first page of an issue, and the quality of the coloring continues throughout the issue. I deeply hope that Monti continues his excellent work throughout the series, because it alone makes Mega Man: Fully Charged worth putting on your pull list.

    The lettering of Ed Dukeshire in Mega Man: Fully Charged #1 does an outstanding job of helping the story continue its intended flow. Each instance of lettering is done well enough that the readers feel like they are experiencing the story and dialogue rather than just reading off of speech bubbles, and color-coordinated captions allow for easily distinguishable inner thought from a character.

    This is the Mega Man comic we need right now. The original series of games are fantastic, but their stories have always been kept simple, and comic adaptations had to take that story and add a lot of substance to it. In Mega Man: Fully Charged, an entirely new story is being told with elements from the original series, and I couldn&#;t be more excited for what is to come. Mega Man is an iconic character, and this first issue makes it very clear that Marchisello, Rinehart, Simeone, Monti, and Dukeshire will do him justice.

    Are you a Mega Man Fan? Let me know in the comments below!

    An Excerpt from Mega Man #35

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