You guys talk about subscriptions at some point. Does this mean it'd be a sort of digest that would be mailed? Or is it a subscription like "pick it up at the comic place".
Either way I'm considering checking it out just solely on a whim, based on the fact that I don't really have any American comics like this I would follow.
You can either register for a subscription on archiecomics.com or head on down to your local comic shop and ask to be put on a contact list when the new issue comes out. If the comic shop allows for reservations, ask if they will be willing to reserve a copy for you.
One thing I wonder about, though, is how he'll handle Mega Man as opposed to Sonic. I read some of his earliest statements about this book when I heard about it, and he's stated that he's never played classic Mega Man before (though to his credit, when this book was greenlit, he went off to do "research" i.e. playing the games and reading wikis). Part of me thinks he might not bring the same level of enthusiasm to Mega Man, but who knows.
Well, Mega Man is a fresh new property for him. So, I think he may have all sorts of ideas of what to bring to the character and the supporting characters. The fact that he is also willing to do research on the game and its history gives me a sense of hope that this comic series will be treated with the utmost respect.
I await the Airman issue.
And then we'll see if Megs will finally be able to beat Airman.