Mega Man (1994–1995)
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Episode cast overview:
Mega Man / Rush / Snake Man / Cops (voice) (as Ian Corlett)
Dr. Wily / Proto Man (voice) (as Scott Mc Neil)
Dr. Thomas Light (voice)
Cut Man / Hotelier / Male Tourist (voice)
Roll / Female Tourist (voice)
Guts Man / Flight Captain (voice)


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Release Date:

6 November 1994 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Japanese actresses such as Ichigo Kitano, Karumeta Haji, and Danielle Pluzsik got their start on this show, on this episode. See more »


Mega Man gets a migraine, but he is a robot. See more »


Mega Man: IH AH! IH AH!
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Crazy Credits

Mega Man is voiced by someone named "Gakupon"! See more »


Featured in Eiga doraemon: Shin. Nobita no uchû kaitakushi (2009) See more »


Take it Down
by Ichigo Kitano
[Plays during the entire scene where Mega Man and Snakeman switch bodies.]
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Ih ah! Ih ah!
18 December 2013 | by See all my reviews

YOUWAAAAAAAABAN!!!!! My favorite Mega Man episode of ALL time! Why? When Protoman pushes Mega Man into the transferrer-thing, Mega Man gets up and yells "IH AH! IH AH!" It's weird, but watch this episode and that line will be stuck in your head for a week. So, did you know I have this episode in audio form on a Japanese vinyl record? It tells the story of this episode in Japanese. They also have 12 songs on this. Mega Man makes friends with Snakeman at the end, and they both sing a Barney-like song. In fact, this record is FULL of Barney-like songs! So, I really like this episode. Mega-san has to switch bodies with Snakeman, and Mega-san loses it. Like Pinkie Pie, but no derping. Bye-san.

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