Covered the “Mega Man” and “Sonic the Hedgehog” Archie Comics panel at San Diego Comic-Con International last weekend, where the creative teams for both universes talked details on what’s coming next following the “Worlds Collide” crossover!

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“SDCC: Flynn, Kaminski Power Up ‘Sonic’ & ‘Mega Man’ After ‘Worlds Collide'” — Click to read entire article

“Archie Comics’ Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man panel kicked off in style at Comic-Con International in San DIegowith an 8-bit beat soundtrack playing under a trailer of things to come in the wake of the current “Worlds Collide” crossover event.

“I’ve been working on this story for over a year now, and I still get excited watching that trailer,” said Paul Kaminski panel host and Editor of both “Sonic the Hedgehog” and “Mega Man.” Other panelists included “Sonic,” “Sonic Universe” and “Mega Man” writer Ian Flynn, Archie Comics President Mike Pellerito and artists Ryan Jampole, Jon Gray and Evan Stanley. The main topic of discussion was, of course, the conclusion of “Worlds Collide” and what happens to all three titles in the event’s fallout.

“About three months before Archie got the Mega Man license, I thought a Sonic/Mega Man crossover would never happen,” Flynn said. “But I plotted one out anyway because I thought it’d be fun. Then, Capcom said they wanted to do a crossover with Sonic.”

“So the crossover’s great, but lets talk about the aftermath beginning this fall,” Kaminski said, passing the buck to new “Sonic the Hedgehog” artist beginning with issue #252, Evan Stanley.”

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