Splash Woman debuts in issue 19 of the Archie Mega Man comics, where Oil Man takes her with him to help Roll and Quake Woman rescue people from a shipwreck. She also makes a brief appearance in issue 20 of the same series, where Mega Man and Bass are shifted forward in time to the events of Mega Man 9. In it, Splash Woman alludes to her fate of being "retired" due to an expiration date to Mega Man, when telling him that she will not go quietly to the scrap heap, to Mega Man's confusion. She later appears briefly in Issue 21 during the New Years festivities, feeling miserable due to being alone.
She later appeared during the Worlds Collide crossover event in Sonic the Hedgehog Issue 250, where she and a massive army of Robot Masters appeared to stop Mega Man, Sonic the Hedgehog, and their various allies from reaching the Wily Egg. Notably, she battles Amy Rose alongside other water-themed Robot Masters like Pump Man and Aqua Man.
Following the crossover, Splash Woman is one of the many Robot Masters shown to be knocked offline by the effects of Ra Moon's electromagnetic field spreading over the planet. After being reactivated, she continued to work at various tasks to assist mankind. One such endeavor included teaming up with Pump Man, Oil Man, and Bubble Man to investigate illegal oil dumping in Mega City's sewer system, during which they were observed by a grateful Mega Man.
- According to the writers, the reason for her appearing much earlier in the comics was to have the audience know what she was like so her eventual descent into villainy in the Mega Man 9 chapter was more poignant.