Your Art in Mega Man Tribute Book

Udon have released a few great tribute books recently, dedicated to different artistic interpretations of classic video game characters such as those from Street Fighter and Darkstalkers and now it’s Mega Man’s turn, and your trun to get your own artwork featured in its pages. Check out all the official details below.

UDON is sending out a call to comic artists, video game artists, freelance illustrators, and fan artists all around the world to show us your artistic tribute to Mega Man! Give us your best artwork featuring the cast of Mega Man®Mega Man® XMega Man® Zero, Mega Man® ZX, and Mega Man® Legends. All styles are welcome – anime, western comic style, cartoon, pixel-based, sculptures – whatever you can come up with as your tribute to the blue bomber!

The best pieces submitted will be included in Mega Man Tribute, which will premiere as a special 300-page limited-edition hardcover book at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con.  UDON’s past tribute books have had a huge artist turnout, with Street Fighter™ Tribute andDarkstalkers™ Tribute each receiving thousands of entries. As one of the most beloved characters in video game history, and with hundreds of characters to work with from across the Mega Man franchise, Mega Man Tribute is poised to be UDON’s most diverse and exciting art book yet!

Help make Capcom® history as part of the Mega Man Tribute art book and have your artwork showcased alongside top names in the industry! It’s time to show UDON and Capcom your unique vision of Mega Man!

For full contest rules and to submit your artwork head to:

Green Lantern: Emerald Knights is Next DCU Toon

Thanks to the Superman Homepage sharing the just released back cover of the All-Star Superman animated film we know that next in line is Green Lantern: Emerald Knights. Apparently this snippet has been released before, but it doesn’t ring any bells. What we do know is that’s supposed to be released in June, with the live action film and will be an animated anthology showing other members of the GL Corps. Awesome.

The first animated film Green Lantern: First Flight introduced Hal Jordan to a new audience, so hopefully this and the Ryan Reynolds-starring film will make a lot more people aware of Hal and co.

All-Star Superman arrives on February 22.