Mega Man #25 caps off the first act of this crossover with fast paced action and witty dialogue. While this issue is plagued with some heavy exposition in the middle of the issue it never slows the story down. Ian Flynn has done a fantastic job merging Mega Man and Sonic's worlds together with each character given the opportunity to shine. The artwork by Jamal Peppers and Ryan Jampole is what truly steals the show as they bring both worlds to life with visually pleasing artwork. With things moving back to Sonic's newly distorted world I cannot wait to see what Flynn and company have in store for Mega Man and Sonic. Read Full Review
Well, we're four parts in and the "oh wow" sheen of seeing the two characters interact is starting to wear off, leaving only the story to admire on its own merits. Thankfully, the most cliched elements of this crossover are now behind us, so the predictability factor is out the window. If you've been lukewarm on "Worlds Collide" thus far, I'd say stick around as it's all sure to be uphill from here. Read Full Review
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