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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 John Wiggins

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Trivia

Dark Man appears in two episodes. In the Mega Man 5 video game, this was the robot masquerading as Proto Man and framing him for crimes. See more »

Goofs

There are numerous appearance/attack/ability errors with the Robot Masters. For instance, Mega Man is able to get a helicopter blade from Gyro Man to make himself fly, which is impossible in the games. See more »

Quotes

Protoman: I guess I know why they call you Bright Man. Retreating's the *brightest* thing you've done all day!
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Crazy Credits

In the first season, an instrumental version of the title theme music played over the end credits. In the second season, generic modern rock songs (which have no connection to the show whatsoever) played over the credits. These second season songs were later released on a soundtrack CD (even though the songs had nothing to do with Mega Man apart from being played over the show's credits.) See more »

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Edited into Mega Man: Curse of the Lion Men (1995) See more »

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Sinner Man
Written and Performed by Extra Fancy
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Don't even bother with this show.
23 January 2002 | by (PA) – See all my reviews

This show isn't even true to the Mega Man games one bit. First off, since when did Mega Man, and all the bad robots have muscles?! THEY'RE ROBOTS! Robot's are not supposed to have muscles! Roll is supposed to be a house cleaning robot not the blue bomber's side kick, and why is Protoman a bad guy? He's a good guy in the video games, so why is he a bad guy in the series? Apparently the people who made this show did not put much care into this series when they should have made it look like the games. In order to follow the games, lose all the stuff I mentioned above.

This show just needed redoing a LOT of redoing.


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