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Flash Man presents Wily with the Chaos Emerald found outside the Lanfront Ruins

The Lanfront Ruins is a location that appears in the Mega Man comic series published by Archie Comics. It is a large Pyramid-shaped structure somewhere in the Amazon rainforest on Earth in the Year 20XX. For a while it served as the hideout for Dr. Wily after his second defeat at the hands of Mega Man. Inside the ruin, he found the mysterious sentient supercomputer known as Ra Moon, whom would go on to betray Wily and plunge the world into a robotics blackout. Some time later, Mega Man's estranged brother Blues arrived in the jungle to live out his dying days. Dr. Wily discovered Blues whom he reprogrammed and restored to full health, and Blues agreed to work with the Doctor as "Break Man".


Worlds Collide

One day at the Lanfront Ruins, Flash Man discovered the blue Chaos Emerald somewhere in the jungle, who immediately took it back to Dr. Wily to examine. Upon analyzing it, he came into contact with Dr. Eggman on Mobius Prime whom he schemed together with to conquer their multiverses.[1] After suggesting that Break Man attack his brother Mega Man, Wily departed from the Ruins to join Eggman in the Wily Egg to start their plan.[1][2]

Later on, after Mega Man's world was restored through Chaos Control, Wily ended up back in the Lanfront Ruins with no memory of contact or crossing dimensions except a violent unexplained urge to stomp on a carton of eggs which referenced to his hatred of Dr. Eggman, his former friend and partner.[3]



  1. 1.0 1.1 Mega Man #24, "When Worlds Collide Part One: Kindred Sprits"
  2. Sonic/Mega Man Free Comic Book Day 2013, "For the Bot Who Has Everything"
  3. Mega Man #28, "The Return: Prelude to Ra Moon"

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