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Mega Man: Fully Charged
Mega Man Fully Charged logo.png
The series logo
Genre
Based onMega Man by Capcom
Developed byMan of Action
Dentsu Entertainment USA
Written by
  • Man of Action
  • Marcus Rinehart
  • A.J. Marchisello
  • Michael Oliver
  • Joe Barnathan
Directed byGino Nichele
Clint Butler
Voices of
Theme music composerSteffan Andrews
Composer(s)Steffan Andrews
Country of origin
  • United States
  • Japan
  • Canada
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes52 (39 aired)
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Yuichi Kinoshita
  • Marc Harrington
  • Ken Faier
  • Josh Scherba
  • Anne Loi
  • Man of Action
  • Kazuhiro Tsuchiya
  • Hiroyuki Kobayashi
Producer(s)
  • Satoshi Fujii
  • Susane Bélec
  • Morgana Duque
  • Logan McPherson (creative producer)
Editor(s)
  • Joel Salaysay
  • Leland Miller
  • Lori Zei
Running time11 minutes
Production company(s)
DistributorDentsu Entertainment USA (Asia)
DHX Distribution (rest of the world)
Release
Original network
Original releaseAugust 5, 2018 (2018-08-05) –
present

Mega Man: Fully Charged is an animated television series based on the Japanese video game series of the same name by Capcom, developed by Man of Action Studios and produced by Dentsu Entertainment USA, and DHX Studios Vancouver for Cartoon Network and Family Chrgd. The show draws primarily inspiration from the Classic series, rather than the other variations of the video game franchise such as Mega Man X or Mega Man Battle Network. It premiered on Cartoon Network in the United States on August 5, 2018 with an on-demand release on August 3 with a full ten episodes.[2][3] It is the third Mega Man TV series to air on Cartoon Network following MegaMan NT Warrior from 2003 and Mega Man Star Force from 2007.

Synopsis

The series follows Aki Light, an advanced robot who looks like and lives the routine of a human schoolboy. He was built by scientist Dr. Light as his son and lives with his biologically human sister Suna Light. They reside in Silicon City, a town co-inhabited by robots and humans rather peacefully, though is currently seeing new attacks from rogue robots (The Robot Masters of the franchise). Aki responds by transforming into "Mega Man" and battles to neutralize the threat and protect the civilians from harm. Allies to Mega Man include Mega Mini,[4][5] a wise-cracking miniature robot who operates within his forehead, his pet Rush the robot dog, and Suna Light.[2] Other characters include Sgt. Night, a war veteran who gives anti-robot speeches (though works with the rogue robots to reignite a human-robot war) and Bert Wily, a classmate and friend to Aki Light.

Characters

Main

  • Mega Man (voiced by Vincent Tong[6]) - The protagonist and hero of Silicon City. Aki Light is a robot boy with the ability to transform into Mega Man. He can fire energy blasts from his arm cannon and has the ability to replicate the schematics of other robots in order to copy their abilities while having the personalities of some of them as a side-effect.
  • Mega Mini (voiced by Ryan Beil) - Aki's sidekick of sorts who powers his armor and gives him his abilities. He occasionally pops out of his head to speak.
  • Suna Light (voiced by Caitlyn Bairstow) - Aki's human sister and ally. She is the only one who knows about Aki's double identity.
  • Dr. Thomas Light (voiced by Garry Chalk) - Aki's father and a supporter of human/robot relations. Despite creating Aki, he does not know of his double identity.
  • Rush - The Light family's robot dog. He eventually gets his own armor and becomes Mega Man's sidekick.
  • Bert Wily (voiced by Cole Howard) - Aki's friend and ally. The episodes "Drilling Deep" and "A Split End" hints at his connection to Dr. Wily when Bert accidentally gets a similar hairstyle.

Supporting characters

  • Peter Punkowski (voiced by Cole Howard) - A nerdy know-it-all at Silicon Central.
  • Ashley Adderley (voiced by Shannon Chan-Kent) - An intellectual and sarcastic girl who Aki secretly has a crush on.
  • Jacques - A small toaster-themed robot at Silicon Central.
  • Principal 100100 (voiced by Brian Drummond) - A former battle robot the size of a building who is refashioned as the principal of Silicon Central. During the Hard Age, Principal 100100 was a close ally and fellow soldier of Wood Man.
  • Good Guild - A police squadron who is charged with protecting Silicon City. Unfortunately, they aren't trained to handle the rogue Robot Masters and have to turn to Mega Man to help defeat them.

Villains

  • Lord Obsidian (voiced by Michael Adamthwaite) - The main antagonist of the series. Sgt. Breaker Night is a human who wants to destroy human/robot relations by persuading some robots into attacking humans. When out in public, he gives anti-robot rallies where he believes that humans and robots can't be together. In the past, Sgt. Night took part in a long-forgotten conflict called the Hard Wars where humans and robots fought each other. As Lord Obsidian, he is a powerful robot hellbent on wanting to destroy Mega Man.
  • Namagem (voiced by Vincent Tong) - Sgt. Night's robot lieutenant who was created to be better than Mega Man. He wants to prove himself superior to his heroic counterpart by any means necessary. Unlike Mega Man, Namagem can copy up to five schematics at a time.
  • Hoover Gang - The Hoover Gang are a trio of criminals that consist of two humans and one robot. They used to work as custodians before turning to a life of crime.
    • Wayne (voiced by Ryan Beil) - Member of the Hoover Gang.
    • Duane (voiced by Michael Adamthwaite) - Member of the Hoover Gang.
    • Hoover Gang Robot - An unnamed robot who is a member of the Hoover Gang. He has a tank on his back and a window scrubber for a left hand.
  • Chaotique (voiced by Rhona Rees) - A prankster robot with skates that allow her to move at super-speed. She reveals to Mega Man that she knows his double identity.

Robot Masters

The following Robot Masters in this series are listed in order of appearance:

  • Fire Man (voiced by Ian Hanlin) - A former welding bot who turns against humanity after he is fired. He has become loyal to Lord Obsidian.
  • Drill Man (voiced by Andrew McNee) - A construction robot frustrated with being forced into the family business upon it being bought by Skyraisers Inc. when he wanted to be a musician.
  • Hypno Woman (voiced by Kathleen Barr) - A former school counselor robot at Silicon Central with hypnotic mind control powers who left her job after being overwhelmed with solving the students' problems. She has a human disguise named Mari and wishes to become more domesticated.
  • Wave Man (voiced by Samuel Vincent) - A former sewer sanitation robot who floods the city for his missing alligator friend.
  • Ice Man (voiced by Travis Turner) - A misinformed robot with ice-based abilities who wants to be a hero just like Mega Man. Due to a bug in his system, he takes everything too literally. Unlike other incarnations of the character, Ice Man wears a normal jacket along with a small winter hat instead of a parka, leaving his snow-white hair visible.
  • Blasto Woman (voiced by Kathleen Barr) - A jet aircraft-themed robot and former cargo delivery robot who is after money and will take up any contract.
  • Air Man (voiced by Ian Hanlin) - A vain fan-powered robot who considers himself to be the best at everything. In this show, Air Man more resembles Wind Man since he has fans on poles connected to his back instead of a fan-shaped torso. The fans on his shoulders help him fly in the air and the the fan for his right hand can cause tornadoes. In "The Bluster Bunch," it is revealed that his arrogance hides his insecurity from his siblings constantly boasting about their successful accomplishments and belittling him.
  • Chemistry Man (voiced by Peter New) - Mr. NRT is a former chemistry teacher at Silicon Central who was fired by Principal 100100 for his boring lectures putting his students to sleep. Sgt. Breaker Night persuades him to go rogue and gave him the name of Chemistry Man. He can emit bubbles that can affect the respectful systems of both humans and robots as well as being adept at making chemical compounds. Mr. NRT's name is a pun on "inert."
  • Guts Man (voiced by Peter New in a Russian accent) - A garbage-disposal robot with super strength. He can create shock waves by slamming his hands on his robotic stomach and can also grow larger and more powerful upon eating garbage. In later episodes, it is revealed he can eat both organic and inorganic mater, not just garbage to get a power up.
  • Elec Man (voiced by Andrew McNee) - A hyperactive electrical robot who can move at super speed and absorb and blast electricity from his giant plug for a left hand. Similar to the version seen in MegaMan: NT Warrior, Elec Man has surge arresters on his back.
  • Wood Man (voiced by Mark Oliver) - A former soldier in the Hard Age who eventually comes to grips with the fact the war is over. He was also a close ally and fellow soldier of Principal 100100 during the Hard Age. After being persuaded to stop attacking by Mega Man, Wood Man leaves for the forest where he becomes a historian for the tourists that visit his forest.
  • Junk Man - A remote-controlled robot created by Aki and Suna to act as a practice robot for Rush to fight.
  • Cut Man (voiced by Colin Murdock) - Chauncey is a gardener and robot perfectionist with a bowl cut-shaped head who can get easily agitated if his work is messed up due to his faulty programming. He gets depressed after Aki and Bert accidentally destroy his bonsai plant. Chauncey is approached by Lord Obsidian who upgrades him into Cut Man where he sports scissor blades at the top of his head that can also be adjusted for flight. As Cut Man, he can launch Cut Blades from his wrist. Mega Man had a hard time scanning his schematics due to Cut Man being fast. When his bonsai plant is patched up by Suna, Cut Man stops his attacks. He went back to being a villain in "A Split End" when he snapped at customer's split end complaint at his new hairstylist gig. During his perfection battle with Mega Man who recently copied Cut Man's schematics, Cut Man was pulled into the sewers by Namagen who was sent by Sgt. Night to withdraw him.

Other characters

  • Man Man (voiced by Ian Hanlin) - An average man with a poorly constructed outfit who wants to be a hero like Mega Man. His costume is based on the "Bad Box Art Mega Man" from the infamous North American cover of the original game.
  • Bluster Bunch - A trio of air-themed robots that are the siblings of Air Man where they are similar in design, ability, and personality except for some cosmetic differences.
    • Mary Flair (voiced by Michael Adamthwaite) - Air Man's sister who works as an "award-winning special effects artist/director/writer extraordinaire" for weather disaster films. Her fans are a different shape than Air Man's fans.
    • Volt Aire (voiced by Ian Hanlin) - Air Man's brother who is an inventor and engineer. Volt Aire does not have fans like Air Man. His name is a pun on the French philosopher Voltaire.
    • Captain Dare (voiced by Ian Hanlin) - Air Man's brother who is a stunt pilot and has a single rocket thruster instead of fans.

Production and development

On June 2, 2015, Capcom partnered with Dentsu Entertainment USA to create a 26-episode animated television series of the company's flagship Mega Man video game franchise after 20 years since the 1994 animated series of the same name had its final run. Under terms of the deal, Dentsu Entertainment holds worldwide broadcast and licensing rights for all aspects of the new Mega Man TV series and handpicks American writing team Man of Action (Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, Duncan Rouleau and Steven T. Seagle), the creators of Ben 10 and Generator Rex, to create, write and executive produce the show.

At the Long Beach Comic Con 2015, Duncan Rouleau gave out more details regarding the show's combination of game-based and new material such as the backstories of some characters being different with "a few surprises," creating both new major and minor villains other than Dr. Wily and the Robot Masters and including Easter eggs for fans, while still focusing the show for a new audience. Man of Action also noted they've been working closely with Dentsu Entertainment and Capcom, trying to write stories that will appeal more to western audiences. They also confirmed that the art-style would be much closer to how the characters appear in the games and Capcom's official art rather than the more superhero-like designs of the 1994 cartoon, as noted by Rouleau regarding the visual appearance of Mega Man himself "The Mega Man that you knew and fell in love with is still going to be the same Mega Man. He's going to be the younger version of him, because there are so many variations of who he could be, but we're going with the total, squat, awesome, big-boot, big-gun Mega Man".[7]

On May 26, 2016, DHX Media announced that they would be co-producing the series with Dentsu, as well as handling distribution and licensing for it outside of Asia.[8] An image of the first iteration of the show's design for Mega Man was released alongside the announcement. Later that year, Nerdist conducted an interview with the Man of Action creative crew, where it was said that Mega Man would be "optimistic" in this series, with the show's visual aesthetic drawn by Rouleau in conjunction with Capcom with inspiration by older anime shows like Gigantor and Speed Racer.[9] The outlet initially reported that the series would air on Disney XD,[10][11] but that was later retracted with Dentsu stating a broadcast on the channel was never confirmed.[12][9] In late January 2017, footage from an incarnation of the series with the same design leaked through a demo reel posted by animation studio Film Roman.[13] This was later removed, with a representative from Dentsu Entertainment describing it as an internal animation test not representative of the show's current look.[12]

On April 3, 2017, Dentsu and DHX announced that the series was delayed to 2018 and would premiere on Cartoon Network in the United States and Family Chrgd in Canada. It was then revealed that the series would be animated by DHX Studios Vancouver, utilizing computer generated imagery with a heavily revised Mega Man design from before.[14][15] The next month, Jakks Pacific signed on to produce toys based on the series.[16]

At the 2018 Licensing Expo, DHX Media's promotion for the series listed the series under the new title Mega Man: Fully Charged.[5] The show held its premiere at the 2018 San Diego Comic-Con on July 20.[17] The series officially debuted on television in the United States on August 5, 2018, with the first 10 episodes available through on-demand platforms on August 3. Reruns began airing on Boomerang in the United States beginning August 12.[18] The series was removed from both channels' schedules after 10 weeks, though it eventually returned the following January.[19][20][21] The Canadian Family Chrgd broadcast began on September 8, 2018.[22][23] It premiered on Pop in the United Kingdom on 1 October 2018.[24]

Episodes

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
126 (52 segments)August 5, 2018 (2018-08-05)TBA (TBA)
No.TitleDirected byWritten byStoryboarded byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
1
2
"Throwing Shade (Part I & II)"Gino Nichele
Kiran Sangherra and
Johnny Darrell (co-directors)
Man of ActionCody Shaw and Pearl LowAugust 5, 2018 (2018-08-05) (US)[a]
September 8, 2018 (2018-09-08) (CAN)
101A
101B
0.25[25]

Part 1: Aki saves Silicon City as Mega Man along with his miniature sidekick Mega-Mini. Only his human sister, Suna, knows of his double identity. Their father, Dr. Thomas Light, arrives at school to give a lecture on human and robot relations, but are interrupted by Sgt. Breaker Night, Dr. Light's former medic patient, who considers robots inferior. Fire Man appears and begins to attack Sgt. Night and Dr. Light and Aki transforms to fight him, but during the scuffle is knocked away.

Part 2: Mega Man manages to replicate Fire Man's schematics, but he also replicates his anger, making him unfocused. Sgt. Night tries to push his point forward while Dr. Light and Suna try to help the students. Mega Man returns to battle Fire Man and overcomes his anger when a couple of students thought to have been killed were saved and they and the robots band together to show their unity. Fire Man escapes and returns to his boss who turns out to be Sgt. Night who now plans on defeating Mega Man in order to control Silicon City.
3"Drilling Deep"Gino Nichele
Sylvain Blais (co-director)
Man of ActionSteve LeCouilliard and
Flora Huang
August 12, 2018 (2018-08-12) (US)[a]
September 9, 2018 (2018-09-09) (CAN)
102A0.26[26]
After an encounter with Drill Man, Aki ends up copying his schematics, but cannot control them and is humiliated at school. Eventually, his friend, Bert Wily, reveals his bad haircut to help Aki and he runs off as Mega Man to stop Drill Man. Mega Man learns that Drill Man wanted to be a musician robot, but his company was bought by Skyraisers Inc. and was forced into the "family business". Mega Man defeats and tries to talk sense into Drill Man, but he escapes. Mega Man chases after him, despite knowing that he will not be found.
4"Videodrone"Gino Nichele
Sylvain Blais (co-director)
Marcus Rinehart
Man of Action (story)
Steve LeCouilliard and
Flora Huang
August 12, 2018 (2018-08-12) (US)[a]
September 9, 2018 (2018-09-09) (CAN)
102B0.26[26]
Suna criticizes Aki for being hooked on video games instead of studying. While at school, everyone except Aki and Suna are hypnotized by their phones. Aki transforms into Mega Man and he and Suna find the source: a former teacher robot taking the name Hypno Woman. Hypno Woman plans to use her hypnotizing mechanism to "help" people. Eventually, Mega Man and Suna overcome her machine and Mega Man defeats her, though she escapes and vows to get her revenge on him. Having learned his lesson, Aki agrees to study with Suna.
5"Please Rush Home"Gino Nichele
Kiran Sangherra (co-director)
Man of ActionCody Shaw and Pearl LowAugust 19, 2018 (2018-08-19) (US)[a]
September 16, 2018 (2018-09-16) (CAN)
103A0.22[27]
After Aki sarcastically criticizes Rush, he runs away from home. Aki transforms into Mega Man to look for him and runs into Wave Man, a sewer sanitation robot, who is flooding the city in search of his lost alligator friend simply named "Alligator". Mega Man is washed away in a flood, but is rescued by Rush and apologizes to him. Mega Man then tricks Wave Man into telling his story so that he can scan his schematics and defeats him. As Wave Man is arrested, Mega Man and Rush make up and race home together.
6"Blaze of Glory"Gino Nichele
Kiran Sangherra (co-director)
A.J. Marchisello
Marcus Rinehart (story)
Cody Shaw and Pearl LowAugust 19, 2018 (2018-08-19) (US)[a]
September 16, 2018 (2018-09-16) (CAN)
103B0.22[27]
On an incredibly hot day, Suna remarks that Aki cannot understand humans due to his robot programming. Later, all cooling mechanisms throughout the city fail, so Aki becomes Mega Man to investigate with Suna and Bert tailing behind. Mega Man arrives at the cooling plant and discovers Fire Man is the culprit. With Suna and Bert's help, as well as Wave Man's schematics, Mega Man defeats Fire Man and he is arrested. Suna apologizes for her earlier remark and Mega Man accepts his robotic perspective on things.
7"Nice on Ice"Gino Nichele
Sylvain Blais (co-director)
Marcus Rinehart
Man of Action (story)
Steve LeCouilliard and
Flora Huang
August 26, 2018 (2018-08-26) (US)[a]
September 23, 2018 (2018-09-23) (CAN)
104A0.32[28]
Aki stops by one of Sgt. Night's televised anti-robot speeches and spreads his own positive message. Cryogenic robot Ice Man misinterprets Aki's words and resolves to freeze people together in order to spread harmony. Aki gets caught for nearly cutting class, but has to run again when Ice Man shows up and freezes the students and faculty together. With Suna's help, Aki as Mega Man learns to take things slow and defeats Ice Man. Principal 100100 takes Ice Man away to educate him better on being a good robot.
8"Hard Times in Silicon City"Gino Nichele
Sylvain Blais (co-director)
A.J. MarchiselloSteve LeCouilliard and
Flora Huang
August 26, 2018 (2018-08-26) (US)[a]
September 23, 2018 (2018-09-23) (CAN)
104B0.32[28]
In order to finish a history report, Suna takes Aki to the museum to be tutored by Peter Punkowski, a nerdy, annoying, know-it-all. During the tour, a mysterious robotic woman asks about the expensive exhibits and reveals herself as Blasto Woman, a robot who is trying to steal the artifacts. Through fighting her, Mega Man realizes that despite his idiosyncrasies, Peter is very informative and remembers the history of certain artifacts. He uses his knowledge to defeat Blasto Woman and she is arrested.
9"Tripping the Light Fantastic"Gino Nichele
Kiran Sangherra (co-director)
Michael Oliver
Man of Action (story)
Cody Shaw and Pearl LowSeptember 2, 2018 (2018-09-02) (US)[a]
October 7, 2018 (2018-10-07) (CAN)
105A0.30[29]
Dr. Light reveals his new date, a woman named Mari. Aki scans her and realizes that she is Hypno Woman in disguise and transforms into Mega Man and follows them. He gets to a club and attempts to ruin their date with no results. Mari reveals herself to Mega Man and tells him to leave them alone. After realizing that Mari had only set up fireworks for her date, Dr. Light reveals that he knew she was Hypno Woman and set up the date in an effort to give her advice. He tells Mega Man to never give up on his ability to see the good in people.
10"Running Wild"Gino Nichele
Kiran Sangherra (co-director)
Joe Barnathan
Man of Action (story)
Cody Shaw and Pearl LowSeptember 2, 2018 (2018-09-02) (US)[a]
October 7, 2018 (2018-10-07) (CAN)
105B0.30[29]
After battling and scanning Air Man, Aki begins exhibiting a vain and arrogant attitude, made more problematic when he runs against Bert and Peter to replace Suna for school president. Aki even tries using his Mega Man persona to get more votes. However, when Air Man arrives and creates havoc, Mega Man snaps out of his arrogance and defeats Air Man by blasting him away. In the end, Aki drops out of the running and Bert ends up winning with everyone, including Peter, happily accepting the outcome.
11"Unfriendly Competition"Gino Nichele
Sylvain Blais and Robin
Shea (co-directors)
Justin Peniston
Man of Action (story)
Steve LeCouilliard and
Flora Huang
September 9, 2018 (2018-09-09) (US)[b]
September 30, 2018 (2018-09-30) (CAN)
106A0.23[31]
Bert announces that he is joining the field day track team with his new robotic legs and speed button. Aki thinks the idea is dumb and makes fun of his new invention. Suddenly the school is attacked by its former chemistry teacher Mr. NRT, now going by the name Chemistry Man and Aki becomes Mega Man to stop him. Chemistry Man wants the entire school under his control so that he can teach. Eventually Mega Man realizes that he talks too slow and gives him the speed button causing him to malfunction. Afterwards, Aki praises Bert's invention.
12"Opposites Attract"Gino Nichele
Sylvain Blais and Robin
Shea (co-directors)
Janis Robertson
Man of Action (story)
Steve LeCouilliard and
Flora Huang
September 9, 2018 (2018-09-09) (US)[b]
September 30, 2018 (2018-09-30) (CAN)
106B0.23[31]
The Light Family head to the lake for the weekend, but find it dried up. While Dr. Light is busy building sand castles, Aki and Suna discover that Fire Man and Wave Man are working together to create a cloudy day for "the boss". Aki becomes Mega Man, but he and Suna cannot get along to find out out to defeat Fire Man and Wave Man. Eventually, the two realize that their relationship is uneven and trick the robots into fighting each other. They trick them into getting sucked into their own machine and blast them away. Aki and Suna make up and return home with Dr. Light.
13"I.C.E. (In Case of Emergency)"Gino Nichele
Sylvain Blais (co-director)
Marcus RinehartSteve LeCouilliard and
Flora Huang
September 16, 2018 (2018-09-16) (US)[b]
October 14, 2018 (2018-10-14) (CAN)
107A0.26[32]
Mega Man discovers that Ice Man has turned to heroics causing him to doubt himself. Combined with Ice Man's schematics, Mega Man as Aki begins to take things literally when Ice Man tells him to leave it to the professionals. Suna tries to get him to go back to normal, but Mega-Mini cannot thaw the programming. Ice Man begins taking his heroics too far and begins freezing innocents. Suna finally reaches Aki by reminding him why he is Mega Man to begin with. He jumps back into action and stops Ice Man. Mega Man convinces the Good Guild to give Ice Man another chance at being a hero.
14"Trust Your Guts, Man!"Gino Nichele
Sylvain Blais (co-director)
A.J. MarchiselloSteve LeCouilliard and
Flora Huang
September 16, 2018 (2018-09-16) (US)[b]
October 14, 2018 (2018-10-14) (CAN)
107B0.26[32]
Sgt. Night approaches obsolete garbage bot Guts Man and offers him a chance to be a "Robot Master". Guts Man approaches the Light residence as Gustav Gütsman with an invention that turns waste into edible byproducts. When he sees that Dr. Light invented a mechanism that turns waste into a renewable energy source, he becomes offended and fills himself on garbage to break down Dr. Light's lab. Mega Man tries attacking him until he realizes that in order to defeat him he needs to give him exactly what he wants. Guts Man becomes full on garbage and gets a cramp resulting in his defeat.
15"Drill of the Hunt"Gino Nichele
Kiran Sangherra (co-director)
Kevin Somers
Man of Action (story)
Cody Shaw and Pearl LowSeptember 23, 2018 (2018-09-23) (US)[c]
October 21, 2018 (2018-10-21) (CAN)
108A0.25[33]
While fighting Drill Man, Mega Man gets the idea to use Hypno Woman's schematics to hypnotize Drill Man into becoming good. Suna does not find this effectual as it removes the necessary progression of humanizing Drill Man. Mega Man as Aki begins unintentionally hypnotizing others to go with his suggestions rather than their own. They build a new performing theater for Drill Man to perform, but the awful music awakens Drill Man from his hypnotism and he starts attacking Mega Man. After defeating him, Mega Man apologizes to Drill Man for trying to change him and he forgives him.
16"Power Cycle"Gino Nichele
Kiran Sangherra (co-director)
Lawrence H. Levy
Man of Action (story)
Cody Shaw and Pearl LowSeptember 23, 2018 (2018-09-23) (US)[c]
October 21, 2018 (2018-10-21) (CAN)
108B0.25[33]
Mega Man continues to fight crime without rest, concerning Suna who tells him he needs to take a break every now and then. Sgt. Night sends Elec Man to steal energy from Silicon City's power grid. When Mega Man absorbs Elec Man's schematics, he suddenly is overcome with a burst of energy and stops him. However, he continues to act energetic making his next battle with Elec Man one sided. Eventually, Suna gets Mega Man to discharge some of his energy and he defeats Elec Man followed by a good nap. Elec Man returns to Sgt. Night who is clearly disappointed with him.
17"Bored to Be Wild"Gino Nichele
Sylvain Blais (co-director)
Kevin Grevioux
Man of Action (story)
Dennis Crawford and Flora
Huang
September 30, 2018 (2018-09-30) (US)[c]
October 28, 2018 (2018-10-28) (CAN)
109A0.22[34]
Aki has classmate Ashley Adderley tutor him with chemistry while Suna and Dr. Light are away. They head to the museum to see an art exhibit based around Mega Man, but suddenly the ground turns to rubber. Chemistry Man puts Mega Man to the test by solving riddles. Due to his inability to answer, Ashley comes in annoying Mega Man. With no other choice, he invites her to help solve the riddles and both realize that Chemistry Man is hiding in a giant statue of Mega Man. Mega Man defeats him and thanks Ashley who has not figured out that he and Aki are the same person.
18"Enter the Wood Man"Gino Nichele
Sylvain Blais (co-director)
Beata Harju
Man of Action (story)
Dennis Crawford and Flora
Huang
September 30, 2018 (2018-09-30) (US)[c]
October 28, 2018 (2018-10-28) (CAN)
109B0.22[34]
While doing a project in the woods, Mega Man and Suna are attacked by Wood Man, a robot who fought during the Hard Age alongside Principal 100100. While Mega Man fends him off, Suna gets information from 100100 who informs Mega Man about Wood Man's history. Wood Man heads into the city and begins attacking civilians. Not wanting to use his Fire Man schematics to defeat him, Mega Man manages to get through to Wood Man who sees the error of his ways, but cannot assimilate into his new surroundings. He instead returns to the forest to act as a historian for tourists.
19
20
"Lightfall (Part I & II)"Clint Butler
Kiran Sangherra (co-director)
Marcus Rinehart (Part I)
A.J. Marchisello (Part II)
Man of Action (story)
Cody Shaw and Pearl LowOctober 7, 2018 (2018-10-07) (US)[d]
November 4, 2018 (2018-11-04) (CAN)
110A
110B
0.23[35]

Part 1: When Fire Man doubts Sgt. Night's leadership, he berates him for questioning him. Mega Man attends the Unity Day Festival where he begins stroking his own ego. He gets a message from Lord Obsidian who calls Mega Man a traitor for battling other robots and he takes his offer to fight him, much to Suna's dismay. Principal 100100 speaks with Mega Man and tries giving him advice. Afterwards, Mega Man battles Obsidian and is easily defeated by him. Later, it is implied that Obsidian and Sgt. Night are one and the same when he speaks before Fire Man, Elec Man, Guts Man, Wave Man, Drill Man, and Air Man. Suna rescues Mega Man and he agrees to come up with a plan with her.

Part 2: Mega Man and Mega Mini train by practicing the ability to cycle through their schematics. Obsidian arrives at the Lighthouse to find the Mega Key, a device that gives people total control over robots. While fighting him, Rush take the blast from one of Obsidian's guns angering Mega Man who then proceeds to use his new technique to finally defeat him. At the last minute, a new robot dubbed Namagem arrives and rescues Obsidian who returns to his base where Fire Man, Drill Man, and Wave Man are startled by his loss. Rush is fixed and given his own armor and now joins Mega Man on his missions to fight crime.
21"Rush to Greatness"Clint Butler
Gino Nichele (co-director)
Sean Patrick Geraghty
Man of Action (story)
Dennis Crawford and Flora
Huang
November 11, 2018 (2018-11-11) (CAN)
January 5, 2019 (2019-01-05) (US)[20][e]
111A0.39[37]
Aki enjoys Rush's new abilities as he surveys the city as Mega Man, but becomes saddened as Rush still acts like a dog and might be afraid of being a hero. Aki and Suna decide to create a robot for Rush to fight whom they dub Junk Man. Meanwhile, Rush spots Wave Man attacking the city on TV and transforms to go and fight him. Despite Wave Man's attempts to talk down to Rush about him being nothing more than a dog, Rush overcomes his insecurities and defeats the villain. Mega Man arrives late, but is overjoyed upon learning that Rush had defeated him by himself making him a true hero.
22"SWISH"Clint Butler
Gino Nichele (co-director)
Justin Peniston
Man of Action (story)
Dennis Crawford and Flora
Huang
November 11, 2018 (2018-11-11) (CAN)
January 6, 2019 (2019-01-06) (US)[e]
111B0.22[38]
An overzealous Namagem wants to battle Mega Man, but Sgt. Night says he is not ready. Aki tries to sneak into Dr. Light's lab, but is caught and reprimanded. While in the city, Mega Man and Rush are attacked by Namagem and the two learn that he can carry up to four schematics as opposed to three. As Mega Man gets badly beaten, he tasks Rush with retrieving S.W.I.S.H., a new device that projects a force field. They overheat Namagem's blaster and he flees. While Mega Man accepts that he is not ready for Dr. Light's lab, Namagem plots against Sgt. Night's wishes after he had warned him that he wasn't ready.
23"Minus Mini"Clint Butler
Kiran Sangherra (co-director)
A.J. MarchiselloCody Shaw and Pearl LowNovember 18, 2018 (2018-11-18) (CAN)
January 12, 2019 (2019-01-12) (US)[e]
112A0.38[39]
While battling Blasto Woman, Mega Mini is accidentally knocked out of Mega Man's head. Blasto Woman spots him and picks him up with the intent to sell him on the black market. Meanwhile, Aki begins glitching up and acting strange with Suna discovering that Mega Mini is gone and further discover security footage of Blasto Woman kidnapping him. Mega Man, Suna, and Rush find Blasto Woman and battle her, but Mega Man cannot stop glitching up. It is revealed that Mega Mini messed with Blasto Woman's schematics and she is defeated by the heroes. Mega Mini returns to Mega Man and manages to repair his damages.
24"A Cut Above"Clint Butler
Kiran Sangherra (co-director)
Jeff Treppel
Man of Action (story)
Cody Shaw and Pearl LowNovember 18, 2018 (2018-11-18) (CAN)
January 13, 2019 (2019-01-13) (US)[e]
112B0.20[40]
While messing with the Suna-Copter, Aki and Bert accidentally destroy a bonsai tree belonging to the Light Family's personal robotic gardener, Chauncey. Upset over his loss, he is approached by Lord Obsidian who outfits him with upgrades. As Dr. Light makes the discovery that Chauncey has faulty programming that makes him an obsessed perfectionist, he returns as Cut Man to get his revenge. Eventually, Mega Man begins fighting him until Suna returns with the repaired bonsai tree. Cut Man suddenly becomes remorseful of his actions and decides to take Dr. Light's offer of robotic therapy.
25"A Bot and His Dog"Clint Butler
Gino Nichele and Robin
Shea (co-directors)
Marcus RinehartDennis Crawford and Flora
Huang
November 25, 2018 (2018-11-25) (CAN)
January 19, 2019 (2019-01-19) (US)[e]
113A0.35[41]
Mega Man gives out the Mega Man Emergency Code to the public, but it results in him doing low-stakes house calls that he feels are beneath him. He suddenly gets a contact from Hypno Woman who has him come to the power plant where she has hypnotized the workers to shut down the city. Despite Mega Man warning her of an overload, she continues with her plan. Suna gets Rush to give Mega Man his Hypno Woman schematic and the two of them (who are immune to Hypno Woman's powers) team up and defeat her. Mega Man realizes that it is important to care about the minute details and he happily returns to his calls.
26"This Man, This Man Man"Clint Butler
Gino Nichele and Robin
Shea (co-directors)
Rocco Pucillo
Man of Action (story)
Dennis Crawford and Flora HuangNovember 25, 2018 (2018-11-25) (CAN)
January 20, 2019 (2019-01-20) (US)[e]
113B0.20[42]
While on his way to school to meet with Ashley about a drone project, Aki transforms into Mega Man when the city is apparently under attack. He ends up meeting Man Man, a clumsy DIY superhero and they trace Guts Man to the school where he intends to complete his task of eating ingredients to make himself stronger. Mega Man is upset with Man Man's interference, but a sudden unintended blunder on Man Man's part allows the two of them to defeat Guts Man with the two reconciling. Mega Man makes it to class on time and he uses Man Man's gum technique to fix the drone which earns him and Ashley an A+.
27"A Guilded Cage"Clint Butler and Kiran Sangherra (co-director)Ricky Mammone
Man of Action (story)
Cody Shaw and Pearl LowJanuary 26, 2019 (2019-01-26) (US)[e]
March 11, 2019 (2019-03-11) (CAN)
114A0.28[43]
After seeing the Good Guild attack him while being hypnotized, Aki, due to the noir movies he has been watching, suspects Hypno Woman to be responsible for the Good Guild's actions. However, when he finds her, it turns out that Namagem copied her schematics and is using the Good Guild to try to break into Dr. Light's Lab. Aki and Rush are able to defeat him and send him flying away, freeing the Good Guild in the process.
28"To Air Is Robot"Clint Butler and Kiran Sangherra (co-director)Dan Goldman
Man of Action (story)
Cody Shaw and Pearl LowJanuary 27, 2019 (2019-01-27) (US)[e]
March 12, 2019 (2019-03-12) (CAN)
114B0.19[44]
Air Man stakes a claim on the skies above Silicon City, threatening anything that trespasses on his airspace. When he starts using the Air Man schematics against him, Aki starts acting vain and arrogant again. However, when his actions get him into trouble and Air Man goes off to destroy the Light House, Mega Man is able to overcome his arrogance and trick Air Man into being stranded in space where there is no air.
29"Watt's Happening"Clint Butler
Gino Nichele and Kiran Sangherra (co-directors)
A.J. MarchiselloDennis Crawford and Flora HuangFebruary 3, 2019 (2019-02-03) (US)[e]
March 13, 2019 (2019-03-13) (CAN)
115A0.19[45]
Ashley has conceived a play about Mega Man. However, Sgt. Night sees an opportunity to humiliate Mega Man and sends Elec Man to disrupt the play so that when Mega Man interferes, his defeat will be made public. However, Mega Man, with some help from Ashley, is able to defeat Elec Man.
30"Chill Out, Bruh"Clint Butler
Gino Nichele and Kiran Sangherra (co-directors)
M.J. OffenDennis Crawford and Flora HuangFebruary 10, 2019 (2019-02-10) (US)[e]
March 14, 2019 (2019-03-14) (CAN)
115B0.22[46]
Aki and Suna take a rehabilitated Ice Man out for a day in the city under Dr. Light's suggestion. Things take a turn for the worse when Sgt. Breaker Night places a device on him that causes him to be unable to calm down and turns Aki and Suna's game of hover hockey against Peter's into a much more dangerous match, with Ice Man angrily attacking everyone in sight.
31"Big Bad Dreams"Clint Butler
Gino Nichele and Robin Shea (co-directors)
Marcus Rinehart
Man of Action (story)
Cody Shaw and Pearl LowFebruary 17, 2019 (2019-02-17) (US)[e]
March 15, 2019 (2019-03-15) (CAN)
116A0.20[47]

When Namagem starts using Hypno Woman's powers to haunt Mega Man's dreams, our hero must face his fears in the dreamscape. This is part of Sgt. Breaker Night's plot to make Mega Man's systems fail as he advises Namagem to also use his mind in battle as well. However, with the help of Dr. Light, Aki is able to turn the tables and make Namagem suffer from nightmares instead.

Note: This episode is very similar to the franchise A Nightmare on Elm Street.
32"License to Drill"Clint Butler
Gino Nichele and Robin Shea (co-directors)
Marcus RinehartCody Shaw and Pearl LowFebruary 24, 2019 (2019-02-24) (US)[e]
March 16, 2019 (2019-03-16) (CAN)
116B0.19[48]
Bert Wily is working to perfect his hoverboard to perfect his sport of Hover-Surfing as Aki has different ideas to customize it. Meanwhile, Drill Man has plans to construct hundreds of drill-shaped high-rises that puts Silicon City in both aesthetic and physical danger. Mega Man must team up with Bert in order to Drill Man, and eventually, they manage to defeat him.
33"All Good in the Wood"Clint Butler
Gino Nichele and Robin Shea (co-directors)
A.J. Marchisello
Man of Action (story)
Dennis Crawford and Flora HuangMarch 3, 2019 (2019-03-03) (US)[f]
March 17, 2019 (2019-03-17) (CAN)
117A0.29[49]
Suna and Ashley work on their bio-mechanical science project. To figure out what Suna and Ashley are working on after mishearing them talking about Wood Man, Aki becomes Mega Man to copy Wood Man's schematics that causes him to gain Wood Man's personality as well. Suna and Ashley's experiment turns into a blob monster at Silicon Central that eats anything and grows with electricity. When Silicon City is threatened by the blob monster, Mega Man must team up with Wood Man to defeat the blob monster.
34"Fire Man in the Hole"Clint Butler
Gino Nichele and Robin Shea (co-directors)
Greg Hart
Man of Action (story)
Dennis Crawford and Flora HuangMarch 10, 2019 (2019-03-10) (US)[f]
March 24, 2019 (2019-03-24) (CAN)
117B0.23[50]
While on a hiking trip, Aki loses Ashley's camera and heads out to retrieve it. He soon stumbles on a plot by Fire Man to supercharge his blasters with lava from a dormant volcano with the help of Sgt. Night's Blaze Enhancers. When Fire Man starts to destabilize the volcano against Sgt. Night's orders, Mega Man and Fire Man must work together to stop the volcanic eruption.
35"A Split End"Clint Butler
Kiran Sangherra and Robin Shea (co-directors)
A.J. MarchiselloCody Shaw and Pearl LowMarch 11, 2019 (2019-03-11) (US)[f]
March 31, 2019 (2019-03-31) (CAN)
118A0.28[51]
Aki needs a new hairstyle for school picture day and finds that Cut Man has started working as a hairstylist much to Sgt. Night's annoyance. To do his own hair, Mega Man copies Cut Man's schematics which sends him on a minor perfection spree throughout Silicon City. This puts him in a competition with Cut Man who, after accidentally messing up Bert's hair, has a mental breakdown and starts messing up Silicon City.
36"All Play and No Work"Clint Butler
Kiran Sangherra and Robin Shea (co-directors)
Bob Fingerman
Man of Action (story)
Cody Shaw and Pearl LowMarch 12, 2019 (2019-03-12) (US)[f]
March 24, 2019 (2019-03-24) (CAN)
118B0.20[52]
Aki has been stressed from all the crime-fighting he has been doing. A prankster robot named Chaotique is causing mischievous trouble in Silicon City. She then persuades Mega Man to take a break from his crime-fighting as he and Bert join her in some harmless pranks. When Chaotique frames Bert where he is apprehended by the Good Guild, Mega Man must defeat Chaotique and clear Bert's name.
37"More More More!"Clint Butler
Kiran Sangherra and Robin Shea (co-directors)
Joe BarnathanDennis Crawford
Flora Huang and
Tom Sales
March 13, 2019 (2019-03-13) (US)[f]
March 31, 2019 (2019-03-31) (CAN)
119A0.22[53]
Guts Man has been outdoing Mega Man in a strength battle as he goes on a consuming spree. This forces Mega Man to copy Guts Man's schematics where he discovers that he not only has his super-strength, but also his insatiable appetite for human food. Meanwhile, Lord Obsidian establishes a wall as he has Guts Man, Air Man, Drill Man, and Elec Man separate the humans from the robots' side of Silicon City.
38"Blast Resort"Clint Butler
Kiran Sangherra and Robin Shea (co-directors)
Marcus RinehartDennis Crawford
Flora Huang and
Tom Sales
March 14, 2019 (2019-03-14) (US)[f]
April 7, 2019 (2019-04-07) (CAN)
119B0.23[54]
Mega Man is lured to the bank where Blasto Woman has an offer for him. In order to prevent a powerful EMP emitter from falling into the wrong hands, Mega Man works together with Blasto Woman to stop the heist. At the advice of Suna, Mega Man prepares a Plan B just in case of a double-cross....especially when Blasto Woman plans to disable Mega Man and sell him to Lord Obsidian.
39"Too Much Is Never Enough"Clint Butler
Gino Nichele and Kiran Sangherra (co-directors)
A.J. Marchisello and Tanner MarchiselloCody Shaw and Pearl LowMarch 15, 2019 (2019-03-15) (US)[f]120A0.31[55]
Mega Man has started to become envious at the fact that Namagen can wield four abilities at a time. This causes Mega Man to have Mega Mini remove the safeguard so that he can use his schematics. However, he starts suffering from debilitating mood swings from each of the schematics. Lord Obsidian's claims to Mega Man and that he can answer the questions that Dr. Light knows and holds a challenge against Namagen. Mega Man's overload causes Suna and Rush to come to his aid.
40"The Bluster Bunch"Clint Butler
Gino Nichele and Kiran Sangherra (co-directors)
Rocco Pucillo
Man of Action (story)
Cody Shaw and Pearl LowMarch 24, 2019 (2019-03-24) (US)[f]120BTBD
Mega Man undergoes Suna's training to deal with the personality glitches. A bunch of tornadoes have been causing destruction in Silicon City ruining one of the takes of movie director Mary Flair, destroying the generator for the renewal energy turbines of inventor engineer Volt Aire, and sabotaging the test run of stunt pilot Captain Dare. It is eventually revealed to Mega Man and Suna that the three are siblings with Air Man, who was always put down by his siblings and developed high insecurity which he hid with his arrogant attitude.
41"It’s Chemistry, Man"TBATBATBAMarch 31, 2019 (2019-03-31) (US)[56]121ATBD
After learning that his replacement Mrs. CHO was presented with a teaching award, Chemistry Man lays siege to Silicon Central.
42"Flower Power"TBATBATBAApril 7, 2019 (2019-04-07) (US)[57]121BTBD
43"Enemy of my Enemy"TBATBATBAApril 14, 2019 (2019-04-14) (US)[57]122ATBD
44"Old School"TBATBATBAApril 21, 2019 (2019-04-21) (US)[57]122BTBD
45"This Is Not a Drill"TBATBATBAApril 28, 2019 (2019-04-28) (US)[57]123ATBD

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i This episode was first released on the Cartoon Network app and website on August 3, 2018.[2][3]
  2. ^ a b c d This episode was first released on the Cartoon Network app and website on September 7, 2018.[30]
  3. ^ a b c d This episode was first released on the Cartoon Network app and website on September 21, 2018.
  4. ^ These episodes were first released on the Cartoon Network app and website on October 5, 2018.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l This episode was first released on the Cartoon Network app and website on January 4, 2019.[36]
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h This episode was first released on the Cartoon Network app and website on March 1, 2019.

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