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The Mega Man franchise has had a number of animated television shows based on it, both American and Japanese made. This is a list of those shows.
- 1 Captain N: The Game Master
- 2 Ganbare Rockman: Jishin Youjin - Hi no Youjin
- 3 Mega Man: Upon a Star
- 4 Mega Man
- 5 MegaMan NT Warrior
- 6 MegaMan Star Force
- 7 The Day of Σ
- 8 Mega Man: Fully Charged
Mega Man possibly made his television debut in the 1989 American animated series Captain N: The Game Master, where he has a significantly different appearance than how he is normally portrayed. He is a main character in the series and a friend of Kevin Keene, the main character. Their group fights against a group of villains from several different video game franchises. His nemesis is Dr. Wily.
Rockman possibly made his first animated appearance in the Japanese animated OVA Ganbare Rockman: Jishin Youjin - Ho no Youjin, which was shown sometime between 1989 and 1993, possibly predating his role in Captain N. It teaches children about fire safety. Not much is known about this series, and it is unknown if the footage still exists.
Mega Man's third animated appearance is in the 1993 educational OVA series Mega Man: Upon a Star. The 3-episode series portrays Mega Man and co. as video game characters who jump out of the television set while Yuuta Kobayashi was playing Mega Man 5. Mega Man chases Dr. Wily around real world Japan trying to bring him back into the video game world as he learns about Japanese culture and customs.
Mega Man stars as the main titular of the 1994 animated series. The series features Mega Man fighting against the world dominating ambitions of Dr. Wily , who is flanked by his lieutenants Proto Man, Guts Man, and Cut Man and their vast array of Robot Masters and vehicles.
Mega Man makes his first full anime series debut as the NetNavi MegaMan.EXE operated by Lan Hikari in the 2002 series MegaMan NT Warrior. The first season of the anime is broken into two parts, known as the "First Area" and "Second Area".
In the Second Area, the duo battle the net mafia Grave and are introduced to a system that Lan's father, Yuichiro Haikri, is working on the materializes objects from the cyberworld into the real world, foreshadowing the series second season.
MegaMan NT Warrior Axess is the second season of NT Warrior, which aired from 2003 to 2004. Lan, MegaMan, and their friends fight the threat of the Darkloids and the mysterious Nebula. Cross Fusion and Interdimensional Areas are invented, allowing an operator to fuse with their NetNavi with the former and the latter allowing objects and beings from the cyberworld to materialize in the real world in a specified dome generated by converters.
Rockman.EXE Stream is the third season of the EXE anime. From Stream and beyond, the anime was not dubbed outside of Asia. In the season, Netto, Rockman, and their friends battle against the alien threat of Duo.EXE and his herald Slur.EXE, who distributes Asteroids to those with vulnerable hearts to test humanity's worthiness of existing. Cross Fusion becomes more wildly used and Netto and Rockman are joined by the Cross Fusion Members, a task force put together to stop Duo.
Rockman is featured in his first and so far only feature length film, Rockman.EXE: Hikari to Yami no Program, set during Stream. The film was double billed with the Duel Masters film Duel Masters: Curse of the Death Phoenix. Netto and Rockman fight Dr. Regal, who takes control of Spectrum, a program made by Netto's grandfather Tadashi Hikari and Dr. Wily that connects the cyberworld and human emotions.
Mega Man stars as Aki Light.