Based off of the popular video game, Megaman. In the year 200X, robot scientists Dr. Thomas Light and Dr. Albert Wily were completing their special project, helper robots, which will help humans with everyday work. However, Dr. Wily had secretly reprogrammed the helper robots into fighting machines. Wily intends to use these robots to take over the world. After Dr. Light learned of this, he had decided to reprogram one of his other helper robots. He has chosen Rock (his male helper robot). Dr. Light gave Rock state-of-the-art combat technology, with the ability to copy another robot's weapon, thus Dr. light created Megaman. Now, Megaman has to stop Dr. Wily and his band of robots from taking over the world. Written by
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In one episode, three of Wily's robots pose as a rock band and hypnotize people with music. Spark Man, the leader of this "robot band", was voiced by a real life rock star - Mark McGrath from Sugar Ray. See more
In The Beginning, Dr. Wily flees Dr. Light's lab with the small red and gray robot that went berserk only a few scenes earlier, and the earliest scenes of Wily doing his solo lab work show Proto Man, implying that Wily turned the renegade child robot into Proto Man. This robot, however, would have been too small to make into the much-taller Proto Man. See more
I feel like I want to crush that little blue dweeb right now!
Hold onto your circuits, Guts Man! You'll get your chance.
When the episodes first aired, the Summit Media Group logo that appeared at the end of the credits was against a plain, off-white background. The repeats that aired some years later used a more elaborate, blue-background logo. When released on DVD, they went back to using the original off-white background logo. See more
Referenced in Just My Luck
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