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The Mega Man cartoon shows (or “Mega Shows” as I affectionately call them) were created for and aimed at the American audience. For this reason many things were altered from the original games that they were based upon. For a full list, you can see the commentary. In fact I highly recommend anyone who has never seen the cartoons at all to at least browse the differences list before going further or you will be beyond confused.

The listings below are in the order, roughly, that the shows were aired where I lived. This is not necessarily the order in which they were made, and also I’ve taken some liberties with the list (for instance, the station where I lived showed “Electric Nightmare” first, but I figured “The Beginning” ought to be placed on top). Additionally, I’m not completely sure about which seasons some of the shows belong in, since as I said, the station around here wasn’t necessarily consistent.

Note: In the guest appearances listings, I don’t mention Proto Man, Guts Man, or Cut Man, because they’re in every episode.

As an interesting aside, if you want to see how the shows could have been, check out the promo page!


KEY

+ Good: This marks shows that were, for most intents, rather decent. These are the ones to look for.
- Decent: This rating is similar to the “okay” one but is a step up, basically between Good and Okay.
- Okay: The bulk of the shows land in this category, meaning they didn’t stand out as being particularly good or bad.
- Poor: These shows possessed enough stupid points to warrant being placed a step down from Okay.
x Bad: Shows marked with this were particularly painful to watch. Steer clear of these!

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Season One
    - The Beginning
    - Electric Nightmare
    - The Big Shake
    - Mega-Pinocchio
    - Incredible Shrinking Mega Man
    - Bot Transfer
    - Ice Age
    - Cold Steel
    - Future Shock
    x Robosaur Park
    + The Strange Island of Dr. Wily
    - The Mega Man in the Moon
    - 20,000 Leaks Under The Sea
Season Two
    - Campus Commandos
    - The Day the Moon Fell
    - Showdown at Red Gulch
    + Terror of the Seven Seas
    - Mega Dreams
    - Robo-Spider
    - Master of Disaster
    x Night of the Living Monster Bots
    x Curse of the Lion Men
    - Brain Bot
    + Bro Bots
    - Bad Day at Peril Park
    - Mega X
Season Three
    - Crime of the Century

TopSEASON ONE
- “The Beginning”

Synopsis:
The actual plot is that Dr. Wily attacks an airport, but most of the show is consumed with a flashback to when Mega Man was first created.
Comments:
I suppose this episode was supposed to set the stage for the rest of the series, but apparently some of the writers never saw it because some of the details pointed out here are contradicted in later shows. Oops.
Guest Appearances:
Elec Man, Fire Man, Bomb Man, Ice Man
Stupid Questions:
Why do all the Robot Masters break into nice neat pieces?
Why did Dr. Wily and his robots let Roll just leave with the damaged Mega Man?
Why couldn’t Dr. Light tell Wily was a creep sooner?
Why wouldn’t Rock know who his creator was or what he himself was for that matter?
Best Line:
Dr. Light: “Oh no, not Rock and Roll!”


- “Electric Nightmare”

Proto Man: “I had nothing to do with this. Really.”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily takes over the power grid with a device that allows him to control machines through electricity. He then proceeds to attempt to take over the city with things like rampaging soda machines and runaway monorail cars.
Comments:
A cute episode with too many punny lines to post here, although there were a couple of glaring plot holes. Side note: why is it that the heroes end up doing more damage than the villains? The destruction tally for this show would probably reach the millions.
Guest Appearances:
Bright Man, Pharaoh Man (for all of thirty seconds)
Stupid Questions:
How could Dr. Wily accurately control hundreds of machines with just a joystick?
How could Dr. Wily control machines that weren’t even plugged in?
How could the machines do things they have no mechanics for, such as toasters flying?
Best Line:
Mega Man: “The only thing that could give me cavities is dynamite.”
Best Line Group:
Proto Man: “Mega Man, you’re late. You got here thirty seconds earlier in our war game.”
Mega Man: “Sorry to disappoint you, robo-bro. Did I win or lose?”
Best Absentminded Professor Line:
Dr. Light: “Now why would anyone bar the outside of the bathroom door?” [long pause as he considers that and comes to the conclusion that there is no real good reason] “Oh no!”


- “The Big Shake”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily creates a machine capable of creating earthquakes and uses it to threaten the city. His plea is simple: If they don’t surrender to him, he will destroy them. Mega Man of course takes the problem at its source.
Comments:
What would have been a five minute deal is extended with various plot devices such as Dr. Light trying to build an earthquake stabilizer and Dr. Wily spying with a microtransmitter. Not a bad show though. Mega Man stands around and lets big things fall on his head, as usual.
Guest Appearances:
Stone Man, Drill Man
Stupid Questions:
How in the world could Dr. Wily not know where Dr. Light’s lab is?
Once Mega Man found Wily, why did he just take off and leave? He was winning!
Best Line:
Proto Man: “Don’t strain your brain, Wily. He’ll come back. He always does.”


- “Mega-Pinocchio”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily cons Mega Man into trying to become human, which he then uses to his advantage to reprogram the blue robot.
Comments:
Besides being corny, the only real problem with this show was that it contradicted itself and the rest of the series quite badly, if you stop and think about it for a while. Of course I guess you’re not supposed to think about the shows too much if you don’t want to give yourself a headache...
Guest Appearances:
Ring Man, Magnet Man, Spark Man, Crash Man
Stupid Questions:
How could Dr. Light possibly not be able to tell that Mega Man was not, in fact, human?
Why would Mega Man need to be human to experience feelings and emotions if all the robots in the series do anyway?
If Mega Man thought he was human how could he use his arm cannons or any other part of his robot body?
Why did Wily wait this long to reprogram Mega Man, and why stop there?
Best Line Group:
Mega Man: “I’m really happy being a robot.”
Dr. Petto: “Are you sure you know what ‘happy’ is?”


- “The Incredible Shrinking Mega Man”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily steals some gems to make shrinking rays in order to steal cities by shrinking them down to size. Of course his Robot Masters use the rays on Mega Man, and of course Mega Man stands around and lets them do it.
Comments:
Every series has to have a shrink episode. At least they didn’t make Mega Man sound like a mouse while he was shrunk like a lot of shows do. I think this is one of the only shows where Mega Man gets wet and doesn’t run out of energy...
Guest Appearances:
Dust Man
Stupid Questions:
Doesn’t Guts Man know how to use a door?
How did Mega Man expect to be able to defeat Wily shrunken? Although it sure made it easy to spy...
If the cities were in the cars, wouldn’t Mega Man and Roll be a little worried about wrecking them?
Best Line:
Cut Man: “Open it nice and slow, so I can give them haircuts—from the neck up!”


- “Bot Transfer”

Synopsis:
Dr. Light, Mega Man, Roll, and Rush fly to a conference and encounter Dr. Wily’s robots on the airplane along the way. Turns out Wily has built transport chambers capable of somehow transferring circuits from one robot to another. Mega Man gets swapped into Snake Man’s body and has to save the world in that form.
Comments:
They had to pick a somewhat embarrassing robot for Mega Man to be transferred into, but I suppose it was on purpose. I didn’t think the part where Mega Man lied about surrendering was in his character, but it did lead to Proto Man’s humorous line. Mega Man also didn’t seem very concerned about using someone else’s bus against his foes...yet he was concerned about chopping down a tree?
Guest Appearances:
Snake Man (natch)
Stupid Questions:
Why didn’t Dr. Light run a scan on Rush’s memory to see where the robots went?
How did Mega Man and Dr. Light immediately know the transport chamber on the plane didn’t belong to a passenger? It didn’t even have Dr. Wily’s symbol on it...
Best Line:
Proto Man: “Boy, what’s the world coming to when you can’t trust your own brother?”


- “Ice Age”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily steals a super freeze technology from Zero Refrigeration Company to create a giant glacier and freeze cities, drive out their leaders, and replace them with his robots (and that’s in his words). Ice Man, however, decides he’s being replaced by Air Man and double-crosses the evil scientist.
Comments:
This show is perfect proof of why free-willed robots are a bad idea for a megalomaniac to build. In fact I doubt Wily would want robots that have free wills—you’d think he’d prefer for everyone to obey him to a fault.
Guest Appearances:
Ice Man, Air Man
Stupid Questions:
How’d the bots finish filling Wily’s blimp with the liquid nitrogen if the hose was cut clean through?
How did Wily get to the North Pole so quickly?
Where’d Wily get all that water to freeze into ice? You can’t just make ice out of nothing.
Why didn’t Mega Man just fly his flying car up to Wily’s blimp and take out the glacier at its source?
Why did Wily give up if he still had his blimp and its haul of liquid nitrogen?
Why did Mega Man interrupt Ice Man and Dr. Wily? They were getting along so well...
Best Line Group:
Mr. Zero: “You’re m-mad!”
Dr. Wily: “No, I’m ha-ha-happy!”


- “Cold Steel”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily creates music that can mind-control humans, then has his robots dress up as a new rock band to spread the mayhem. Robots such as Mega Man and Roll are immune to the effects of the music. So is a young girl they meet who is deaf and therefore can’t hear the tunes. Unfortunately, Dr. Light isn’t, and neither are hundreds of other humans the music reaches...
Comments:
This show is characterized by everyone standing still letting things hit them. It wasn’t just Mega Man doing it for once. Otherwise it was semi-entertaining.
Guest Appearances:
Gyro Man, Gemini Man, Spark Man
Kids, don’t try this in the games! (It’s not possible.)
Stupid Questions:
Why didn’t Mega Man and Roll hear the Dr. Wily voice in the music?
Why’d Mega Man just land next to Wily’s ship and stand there?
Why use humans for labor? Why not use robots?
Why did Mega Man let Wily and Proto Man just float away?
Best Line:
Cut Man: “Guts Man may be strong, but I’m on the cutting edge!”


- “Future Shock”

Synopsis:
Mega Man is accidentally booted to the future by Dr. Light’s new time machine, where he discovers that because he wasn’t in the past to stop Dr. Wily, the evil scientist has taken over the planet. Somehow Mega Man must find his way back to his own time so that he can reverse this horrible future.
Comments:
You always run into a ton of plot holes when you deal with time travel, so I won’t go into that here. It was interesting seeing what the shows thought the future would look like if Wily won. I kinda liked Mega Man’s fan club. I find it interesting the show chose 30 years as the amount of time that Mega Man traveled into the future. Number sound familiar, anyone? I wonder where X was...?
Guest Appearances:
Metal Man
Stupid Questions:
How did Mega Man manage to set the controls of the time machine in point two seconds?
How could the bomb throw Dr. Light from the time machine if the time machine wasn’t there when the bomb went off?
Why would Wily take over just because Mega Man was gone? There’s always Proto Man... no wait, he’s on the wrong side, never mind.
Best Line:
Mega Man: “This hot shot’s giving you a hot foot, Gusty baby!”


x “Robosaur Park”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily creates a de-evolution serum that for some bizarre reason affects only robots.
Comments:
This show started out okay with the subplot of the robotic dinosaurs going berserk in the newly-opened Robosaur Park. But then it went all to pieces. De-evolution of humans I could swallow, but this turning humanoid robots into apes just grates on me. Overall a very painful show.
Guest Appearances:
Toad Man
Stupid Questions:
Why did the robots de-evolve into apes? Shouldn’t they have turned into toasters or something?
Who exactly was the part-lizard guy and how’d he escape from the asylum?
Best Line:
Proto Man: “Give me that, you robo-twits!”


+ “The Strange Island of Dr. Wily”

He should be like this more often. Like, all the time.

Synopsis:
Due to a malfunction in Dr. Wily’s newest invention, the scientist and his bots get stranded on an island with none other than Dr. Light, Mega Man, and Roll. With no other alternative, the good guys and the bad guys team up in an attempt to get off the island alive. But of course, Dr. Wily at least is using the truce as a way to get his invention back.
Comments:
This is one of my favorite episodes, I suppose because it’s fun to watch the interaction between Mega Man and Wily’s bots, who are all working together (or trying to anyway). I also have to hit the “pause” button every time I get to the second commercial break—there’s a great shot of Proto Man helping Mega Man there.
Guest Appearances:
Wood Man
Best Voice Acting:
Mega Man: “Cut Man!?”
Cut Man: “Almost got him!”
Proto Man: “’Almost’ only counts in horseshoes, Cut Man.”
Best Line Group:
Proto Man: “After you.”
Mega Man: “Excuse me if I don’t trust you, Proto Man, but I want you in front of me where I can see you.”
Proto Man: “Ooo, I’m hurt. Suit yourself.”
Line you just want to hit Mega Man for:
Proto Man: “Hah! This is what it’s all about, brother! Are we a team, or what?”
Mega Man: “Or what, Proto Man. Just take care of business.”
Proto Man: “... Yeah, sure, bro. Back to business.”


- “The Mega Man in the Moon”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily steals a space shuttle to obtain a giant laser built on the moon. Mega Man follows him to prevent Wily from using the laser to nuke Earth to a crisp.
Comments:
Another fairly decent episode, as the shows go. There’s really nothing outstanding about it, but nothing terrible either. It’s a safe watch.
Guest Appearances:
Crystal Man
Stupid Questions:
Why did Tina have to press a single big button in Mega Man’s back to activate his self-repair units? If it was that easy, why didn’t they just activate on their own?
Why would a robot get motion-sick?
Best Line:
Proto Man: “Ten four, Supreme Space Cadet Sir!”


- “20,000 Leaks Under The Sea”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily attacks an underwater mining operation, then tries to get rid of Dr. Light and Mega Man with a fake laboratory that turns out to be a mobile prison.
Comments:
Wave Man looked pretty good; Dive Man less so. Of course Mega Man runs out of energy in this one, seeing that he justifiably gets wet. Generally a decent show, although nothing in particular stands out about it. (Personally I preferred “20,000 Leaks Under The City”...)
Guest Appearances:
Wave Man, Dive Man
Stupid Questions:
Why do the robots float half the time and sink the other half?
Why didn’t Mega Man steal Cut Man’s weapon while he was holding him by the arm?
Why did Dr. Wily put equipment in the prison that Dr. Light could use to escape?
Best Line Group:
Proto Man: “You escaped Wily’s trap, but you won’t escape me!”
Mega Man: “Now that’s no way to greet your brother.”
Proto Man: “Well, manners never were my strong suit.”
TopSEASON TWO
- “Campus Commandos”

Synopsis:
Dr. Light creates a college to school robots in various subjects, not the least of which is how to build his newest invention: an anti-gravity device. Dr. Wily on the other hand decides he wants the device for himself and attacks the school to get it, reprogramming many of the students to help him accomplish this task.
Comments:
What a way to kick off the second season: with a delightfully stupid show. Ah, well, it had its cute points, but those were somewhat overshadowed by the moronic ones.
Guest Appearances:
Snake Man, Top Man
Stupid Questions:
Why would robots need a school to learn things that could just be uploaded into their brains?
How could robots eat circuits and end up being reprogrammed by them?
Best Line:
Dr. Wily: “Mega Man! That’s my building! Give it back!!”


- “The Day the Moon Fell”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily uses Dr. Light’s tachyon capacitor to pull the moon closer to Earth, thus causing massive global disasters.
Comments:
When Proto Man first said “Dark Man” I thought I misheard him. For those that don’t know, Dark Man is the robot that framed Proto Man in the game Mega Man 5. The Mega Shows didn’t bother to explain Dark Man’s past...or how they could think Proto Man is evil if they’d actually played enough of Mega Man 5 to get to Dark Man...
Guest Appearances:
Dark Man, Quick Man, Shadow Man
Stupid Questions:
If Mega Man knows where the Skull Fortress is, why not just run in and arrest Wily?
Why did Dr. Light have tapes he’d never seen of Dr. Wily stealing data?
Best Voice Acting:
Mega Man: “Have you found out where all this stuff is coming from?”
Dr. Light: “I have indeed. The moon.”
Mega Man: “The moon!?”
Best Line Group:
Dr. Wily: “What do you mean, he escaped?”
Proto Man: “As in: got away, vamoosed, departed, beat feet...”
Dr. Wily: “I know what the word means!”


- “Showdown at Red Gulch”
Gotcha!

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily finds a meteor with crystals that can super-power robots. However the crystals also have a nasty side effect of overloading the circuits of the robots using them after a random period of time.
Comments:
I’m assuming the Western-style town was just an amusement park center. If not Mega Man certainly lives in a strange world. On the other hand, tying Mega Man to a horse was a pretty silly thing to do.
Guest Appearances:
Snake Man, Drill Man
Stupid Questions:
If the meteor fell in the middle of a clearing, why did Wily dig up its fragments from the inside of a mine?
Why did Mega Man have to rebound the shot to disable the robots? Why not just shoot them straight on?
Best Voice Acting:
Proto Man: “I’d hate to say I told you so, but...I told you so.”
Best Line:
Proto Man: “The Batontons will take care of my nearly-departed brother.”


+ “Terror of the Seven Seas”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily swipes battleships to use as spare parts for the sea-fort he’s building.
Comments:
Not one of the most intriguing plots; however, this show really had little wrong with it, as the shows go. Mega Man had some very creative and funny ways of getting rid of the Robot Masters in this one. I especially loved the Guts Man and the doors bit, and the running gag with Bomb Man’s bombs made the concept of hitting him with the very bombs he throws a little less cliché.
Guest Appearances:
Bomb Man, Elec Man
Stupid Questions:
Why did Mega Man leave Wily’s sea fortress once he’d found it?
What good would it do Mega Man to get yet another plasma cannon, if such a thing was even possible?
Best Line Group:
Dr. Wily: “I just love it when an evil plan comes together!”
Proto Man: “Well then you’re gonna really hate this.”
Running doors bit

“Not again!”


- “Mega Dreams”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily hypnotizes humans by sending his robots into their dreams, then uses this advantage to try to install his Dream Machine on a space station and thus be able to send dreams to anyone on the planet.
Comments:
Of course the big “gotcha” here is the question of how in the world Wily managed to physically send robots into people’s minds. Luckily though you don’t need to understand the nuances of the device in order to follow the plot (naturally—it’s a kid’s show!).
Guest Appearances:
Bomb Man, Elec Man
Stupid Questions:
Shouldn’t somebody have thought it odd that the security commander was ordering his men to destroy the planet’s hero?
So how exactly does this transferring of physical forms into someone’s brain work, anyway?
Best Line Group:
Dr. Wily: “Hold him off while I escape!”
Proto Man: “Think again, Doc!”


- “Robo-Spider”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily builds a giant robot spider to infiltrate Dr. Light’s new security system and destroy the super computer protecting it.
Comments:
There was a really neat plot device employed in this show—Mega Man using his Weapon Copy to gather data for Dr. Light, then needing to survive the trip back to his creator once he’d obtained the valuable information. Unfortunately the plot also possessed a couple of glaring plot holes which spoiled an otherwise clever show.
Does this mean Proto Man is immune to Bright Man’s weapon?
Guest Appearances:
Bright Man, Quick Man
Stupid Questions:
Why is Dr. Light so brilliant at stating the obvious?
Why would Dr. Wily need “half” and “full” written on his own energy meters?
Why would Mega Man need to copy the web schematics for Dr. Light if Dr. Light already had a piece of the web itself? And why not just copy one of the webs spread all over the city?
Best Line:
Mega Man: “You saved my circuits, boy! I’ll be back with yours in a second.”


- “Master of Disaster”

Synopsis:
Somehow, he looks out of place. I think it’s the eyes.
Dr. Wily liberates a genie named Lotos from a chest (Wily believes in magic?) and tries to use it to take over the world.
Comments:
This one almost grabs a “Yuck” rating, but it’s not quite that painful, just stupid. Gravity Man looked almost perfect however.
Guest Appearances:
Drill Man, Gravity Man
Stupid Question:
How did trees grow underground?


x “Night of the Living Monster Bots”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily creates robots based off horror flick monsters (such as mummies and werewolves) and threatens cities by making movies of the destruction they cause.
Comments:
Okay, so this one was bad. Not only did the plot make absolutely no sense whatsoever, but it rather made fools of several of the characters. And I won’t even mention this turning humans into monster bots...
Stupid Question:
How could Evelin turn herself into a bat?
Best Line Group:
Dr. Wily: “The world may call me insane, Proto...”
Proto Man: “Sounds right to me.”


x “Curse of the Lion Men”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily’s robots inadvertently stumble upon a group of humanoid lion creatures, which proceed to go around turning other humans into lions. Coincidentally the humans that are turned into lions also end up under the control of the original lion men.
Comments:
This is everyone’s favorite show to hate. Personally I rank it more along the lines of stupid than painful, although it didn’t seem to fit the Mega Man style very much. Of course Dr. Light gets turned into a lion, but the surprising thing is Wily does also, and Roll ends up being reprogrammed. About the only one to escape unscathed is Mega Man himself. Isn’t that unusual...
Guest Appearances:
Star Man, Bright Man
Stupid Questions:
How did the lion men tell so quickly that Mega Man was a robot?
Why didn’t Mega Man just roll off the conveyer belt?
How did Tar know to use the “magic box” to make all the robots obey, and why not use it on Mega Man?
Why was the artwork so bad in this show?
Best Line:
Dr. Wily: “With my technology and that red beam thing you do, we’d be great allies!”


- “Brain Bot”

Synopsis:
Mega Man must transport “Brain Bot,” a new robot Dr. Light has created, safely across the continent to California. Trick is, Dr. Wily is out to get his own hands on Brain Bot, which of course is why Mega Man is with Brain Bot to begin with.
Comments:
This is like an escort quest in Ultima Online, only there is no Recall or Gating. No teleporters either. ’Course since when has the Mega Shows had teleporters to begin with?
Guest Appearances:
Dark Man, Snake Man
Stupid Questions:
Once Brain Bot got to his destination, why did Dr. Wily give up on him?
The Mega Shows have an anime moment
Why would Wily’s bots fire explosive missiles at Mega Man’s jet if they wanted to get Brain Bot? Wouldn’t that blow the entire ship to smithereens, Brain Bot included?
If Wily knew Mega Man could track Brain Bot, why not disable Brain Bot’s homing signal transmitter and move him?
Why didn’t Mega Man and Roll and Brain Bot use the jet that Dr. Light sent the land rover with?
Best Line:
Proto Man: “We got him! ...er, sort of.”


+ “Bro Bots”

You’re idiots—both of you!

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily gets Proto Man to pretend to switch sides in order to catch Mega Man off guard—in the meanwhile, Wily works to replace all the major officials in the city with robot duplicates.
Comments:
The beginning of this show was very rushed due to lack of time (basically it appears as though the good guys just instantly trust Proto Man for no real good reason) but all in all, it was a very decent episode. Even though Proto Man didn’t actually switch sides, you could see a bit of Good in him in this show, and it was heartening. Just watching the two brothers interact was the highlight of the show.
Guest Appearances:
Elec Man, Needle Man, Heat Man, Bright Man
Stupid Questions:
How did two balloons pick up a tank?
How does his scarf stay on?
Why did Proto Man sound hoarse for the entire episode?
How did Mega Man survive fifteen full seconds of being immersed in a Thunder Beam?
Best Scenes:
Park scene (Mega Man: “I’ve always wanted a real brother relationship with you.” Proto Man: “Er.... you do?”)
Fight scene at the end (Proto Man: “I wish you’d never been constructed!” Mega Man: “I hope you get melted into a waffle iron!!” ... right before they save each other’s skin.)


- “Bad Day at Peril Park”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily creates an amusement park called “Fun World” where he turns the human visitors into “robots” by hypnotizing them and giving them armor and blasters.
Comments:
A somewhat poorly-written show that somehow manages to take an interesting premise (throughout the entire show, the good guys are thinking that maybe Wily really is turning humans into robots) and botch it somehow. Hard Man and his weapon were almost accurate however, and Mega Man used his torpedo gun like a Wire Adapter a couple of times, so it wasn’t all bad.
Guest Appearances:
Hard Man, Ring Man
Stupid Questions:
If Bobby escaped from the “robot” transformation plant how come he didn’t know how to get back there?
Why did everyone jump out of the monorail car headfirst?
How’d Mega Man get his marine gear so quickly?


- “Mega X”

Synopsis:
Vile goes back in time to get materials hard to obtain in the future, and Mega Man X goes back to stop him.
Comments:
As a whole, this show was very cliché and stereotypical. I also cringe at how the show portrayed X as a rampaging psycho-maniac who goes around destroying everything in the name of justice. All in all, definitely not my favorite of shows.
Guest Appearances:
Snake Man, Vile, Spark Mandrill
Stupid Questions:
So why didn’t Wily just flood the power plant to begin with?
If time travel was so easy, why didn’t Vile use it for more useful things?
Best Line:
Guts Man: “We heard the silent alarm, Dr. Wily. What gives?”
TopSEASON THREE
- “Crime of the Century”

Synopsis:
Dr. Wily reprograms a bunch of dolls and other toys to perform robberies all over the city in order to distract the police (and Mega Man) from his real goal: the theft of a giant black pearl.
Comments:
Overall this show seemed more corny than entertaining, although it had its good points. When Mega Man and Proto Man were fighting in the river and noticed they were heading for a waterfall, the first thought that came to my mind was, “You’re idiots. Both of you!” That pretty much characterizes the entire show.
Guest Appearances:
Bomb Man
Stupid Questions:
You’re idiots—both of you!
If Mega Man saw the line in his way, why didn’t he jump it? Rush jumped it and he didn’t even see it.
Why did Mega Man and Proto Man just jump off the train together? If Proto Man wanted to get away from Mega Man, I’d think he’d have more luck if he didn’t advertise his escape route before jumping.
Best Line Group:
Mega Man: “Lemme guess. You’re going to flood the cave with water.”
Dr. Wily: “No no, nothing so boring. I’m going to flood it with bombs.”


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