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The Summer may be half way but we're expect more on what's coming up on the Mega Man Series. This time, Midtown Comics has just revealed Mega Man #42 which is part of the Legends of the Blue Bomber story arc. And for the first time ever, we do have a Variant Cover from the well known CGI Artist, Rafa Knight. While that is talked about. Here's the Covers and some info about it.

The battle rages on! Based on the legendary game Mega Man 3 comes "Legends of the Blue Bomber," Part Two. We've seen Mega Man battle Robot Masters before, but now see the fight unfold from the perspectives of the villainous robot adversaries themselves! Shadow Man recalls his humble beginnings and how they brought him to his deadly duel with Mega Man! Gemini Man is ready to ambush our hero with his hologram copies! But while the battle rages on, Break Man is behind the scenes on a mission of his own - why is he hunting down Dr. Wily's first set of Robot Masters? Featuring all-new cover art from Patrick "Spaz" Spaziante, and part 2 of a 3-part connecting "Super Smash" collector cover set!

So the Cover will be done by Spaz while as mention earlier, Rafa Knight, which she've done the Issue #37 Convention Variant will do the Variant. As always, Ian Flynn will write while Gary Martin will draw the comics. Set to release by October 17, 2014, pre-orders are up now at Midtown Comics so get them if you can! And as always, keep it locked to Blue Bomber Comics Wiki and on twitter page (@BBCWNews) for the latest on everything on the Mega Man Comics.

P.S.: In celebration of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Wii U and 3DS, there will be 3 Variant Covers from Rafa Knight including the one that I've just shown to you. Don't forget, Collect the Variant Covers of Sonic the Hedgehog Issue #266 and Sonic Universe Issue #69 to get the complete picture!

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