Miscellaneous Mega Man merchandise.


See also: Hagoromo and Mega Man 30th Anniversary

Comic BomBom had a few Rockman calendars illustrated by Shigeto Ikehara. In its 13th anniversary a 1995 holograph calendar was available.

Capcom published a Rockman 10th Anniversary (ロックマン10thアニバーサリー) calendar in 1998 during the 10th anniversary of the series.

On September 2001 Capcom released Rockman 15th Memorial Anniversary, a 2002 calendar with Rockman.EXE artwork.[1]

The Capcom Girls Calendar 2012 (カプコンガールズカレンダー2012) and Capcom Heroes Calendar 2012 (カプコンヒーローズカレンダー2012) are two calendars containing artwork of several Capcom characters, including the Rockman series.[2] A Capcom Girls Calendar was also released in 2011.

Rockman characters also appeared in the covers and in some pages from the Capcom Calendar 2018, 2019, and 2021 that were gifted by Capcom. The 2021 calendar could be obtained in a lottery at Capcom Store Osaka from December 29, 2020 to January 4, 2021.[3]


Wall Decals

Wall decals.

Movable and reusable wall decals of characters, items, and graphics from the original Mega Man game.[4]


Rockman Dorayaki

Rockman Dorayaki

Rockman Dorayaki (ロックマンどら焼き) is a pack with Dorayakis that were sold in Capcom's booth at Tokyo Game Show '99.[5]

Rockman Sakuma Drops

Rockman Sakuma Drops

Rockman Sakuma Drops (ロックマンサクマドロップス Rokkuman Sakuma Doroppusu) is a Rockman branded can of Sakuma drops released in 2010. It comes in eight flavors.[6]



Rockmanjū (ロックまんじゅう) is a Rockman branded pack of manjū that comes in two box varieties, one themed on the first game and other themed on Mega Man 10.[7]

Rockman.EXE Milk Chocolate

Rockman.EXE Milk Chocolate

Rockman.EXE Milk Chocolate (ロックマンエグゼミルクチョコレート Rokkuman Eguze Miruku Chokorēto) is one of the prizes that can be obtained from the arcade game Rockman.EXE: The Medal Operation. There are six different packages with Lan Hikari, MegaMan.EXE, MegaMan with two Beast Outs, ProtoMan.EXE, and Colonel.EXE.[8]

Pudding and Kobun

Pudding and Kobun

Pudding and Kobun (プリンにコブン Purin ni Kobun) is a Servbot branded pack of puddings given in Capcom's booth at Tokyo Game Show 2000.[9]

Servbot mugs

Kobun mugcups

Dead Rising mugs

Late in the 1990s, Capcom and K's made plastic mugcups shaped like Servbots that were given as prizes in Japanese game centers. There are five varieties of this mugs.

In 2009, 500 yellow Dead Rising coffee mugs signed by Keiji Inafune where distributed in Korea. The mugs have Servbot faces and a Mega Man drawing.[10]


See also: Bandai, Kabaya, and Mega Man X DiVE/Collaborations

Jigsaw Puzzles

See also: Central Hobby, Mattel, and Kotobukiya

Rockman 10 Jigsaw Puzzle

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Rockman 10 Jigsaw Puzzle (ロックマン10ジグソーパスル) is a limited jigsaw puzzle given as a prize by Inti Creates.[11]

Capcom Classic Title Jigsaw Puzzle

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Capcom Classic Title Jigsaw Puzzle (カプコンクラシックタイトル ジグソーパズル) is a set of jigsaw puzzles published by ensky in 2013 containing images of Capcom game covers. A 150 pieces puzzle of the first Rockman game is part of the series.


See also: Funko and Jakks Pacific


Rockman 29th Anniversary × Kin29man

Six T-shirts featuring Rockman and Kinnikuman characters were released in June 2017 as a "29" (pronounced "niku" in Japanese) collaboration. Each shirt contains Rockman with a Kinnikuman character: Kinnikuman, Kinnikuman Soldier, Robin Mask, Warsman, Buffaloman, and Blocken Jr..[12]

e-Capcom limited Rockman T-shirts

Official Mega Man T-shirts released on March 26, 2019 (pre-orders started on February 15) in e-Capcom, Capcom's online store. The T-shirts contain famous Mega Man lines and were available in four sizes and varying colors. They had a limited stock, being sold out in few days after they release.

Rockman Classic Design T-Shirts

Rockman Classic Design T-Shirts (ロックマン クラシックデザインTシャツ) are two limited T-shirts to be released on October, 2019 (pre-orders started on August 26) exclusively in e-Capcom, Capcom's online store. The T-shirts contain retro Mega Man illustrations by Ryuji Higurashi. Each shirt is available in four sizes (S, M, L, XL) and two colors (black and white).[13]



See also: Bandai, Banpresto, Furuta, Takara Tomy, and Takara Tomy Arts

Keychains, phone straps, and other Mega Man holders.

Rock Buster Light Keychain

Rock Buster Light Keychain

Rock Buster Light Keychain (ロックバスターライトキーチェーン) is a line of keychains of the Mega Buster with different colors. Each Buster is 50 mm and has a light that shows a sprite of Mega Man.[15] The keychains also included a code to obtain a rare Battle Memory in Rockman Xover.[16]


Limited resin model

  • To celebrate the 40th anniversary of CoroCoro Comic in 2017, Sanrio manufactured products based on several of CoroCoro's most popular manga series, including the Rockman.EXE manga.[19]

See also

External links


  1. Capcom: Garakudo: September 14, 2001 goods
  2. Protodude's Rockman Corner: Guys and Gals of Rockman Adorn Capcom 2012 Calendar
  3. New Year's Holiday Campaign: Capcom Cafe / Capcom Store / CharaCap Announcements
  4. What Is Blik: Mega Man ~ Re-Stik
  5. Protodude's Rockman Corner: Rockman Dorayaki
  6. Protodude's Rockman Corner: Rockman Candy Announced
  7. Protodude's Rockman Corner: More Rockman-Themed Candy
  8. Protodude's Rockman Corner: 'The Medal Operation' Footage Surfaces
  9. Protodude's Rockman Corner: Servbot Pudding
  10. Protodude's Rockman Corner: Kobun Coffee Mugs!!
  11. Inti Creates: Rockman 10 Image Soundtrack
  12. Rockman series official site: Rockman 29th Anniversary × Kinnikuman 29 (niku) collaboration decision! (archive)
  13. e-Capcom: e-Capcom limited Rockman Classic Design T-Shirts
  14. Protodude's Rockman Corner: Mega Man: Fully Charged SDCC 2018 Exclusive Clip-on Revealed
  15. Protodude's Rockman Corner: Rock Buster Light-up Keychains, Because Why Not?
  16. 勇者のおもちゃ屋さんブログ☆ - ロックマン25周年
  17. Protodude's Rockman Corner: Mega Man Invades Zazzle Store
  18. Rockman DASH 2 (PlayStation version) instruction manual
  19. Protodude's Rockman Corner:
  20. NubyTech's Mega Man X Controller for GC - IGN
  21. Protodude's Rockman Corner: The Ghost of NubyTech's Lost MMX Controller
  22. Protodude's Rockman Corner: USB Mega Buster Up for Pre-Order
  23. Capcom: Tokyo Game Show 2010
  24. Capcom 30th Anniversary collaboration the Capcom Cafe.