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There are no toys from the ''[[Mega Man ZX (series)|Mega Man ZX]]'' series.
 
There are no toys from the ''[[Mega Man ZX (series)|Mega Man ZX]]'' series.
   
[[File:HNI_0003.jpg|thumb|300px|Set of 9 Rockman Gashapon miniatures. These include: Rockman C, Dive Man, Zero(X3), Mega Man(MM7), Super Mega Man(MM7), Plant Man, Overdrive Ostrich,Zero(X2), and a Technodon(MM7).]]
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[[File:HNI 0003.jpg|thumb|300px|Set of 9 Rockman Gashapon miniatures. These include: Rockman C, Dive Man, Zero(X3), Mega Man(MM7), Super Mega Man(MM7), Plant Man, Overdrive Ostrich,Zero(X2), and a Technodon(MM7).]]
   
 
==Mega Man classic series==
 
==Mega Man classic series==
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'''Second series:'''<br />
 
'''Second series:'''<br />
The back of the package shows a image of Wood Man and Ice Man for a second wave planned to be released, but the line was canceled.<ref>[http://protodudesrockmancorner.blogspot.com/2010/07/looking-back-at-axed-wave-two-retro.html PRC: Looking Back At Axed Wave Two Retro Rotos]</ref>
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The back of the package shows an image of Wood Man and Ice Man for a second wave planned to be released, but the line was canceled.<ref>[http://protodudesrockmancorner.blogspot.com/2010/07/looking-back-at-axed-wave-two-retro.html PRC: Looking Back At Axed Wave Two Retro Rotos]</ref>
 
*[[Ice Man|Iceman]]
 
*[[Ice Man|Iceman]]
 
*[[Heat Man|Heatman]]
 
*[[Heat Man|Heatman]]
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*Blues Area (Proto Man and Eddie. Proto Man Stage)
 
*Blues Area (Proto Man and Eddie. Proto Man Stage)
   
The package also shows other scenarios and toys of other six [[Robot Master]]s, and a artwork of Dr. Wily and Stone Man, but apparently none of them where released.
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The package also shows other scenarios and toys of other six [[Robot Master]]s, and an artwork of Dr. Wily and Stone Man, but apparently none of them where released.
   
 
====Action Rockman====
 
====Action Rockman====
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*Figures of [[Mega Man (Star Force series)|Mega Man]] in normal, Fire Leo, Green Dragon and Ice Pegasus forms. <!--Wave Battle Model-->
 
*Figures of [[Mega Man (Star Force series)|Mega Man]] in normal, Fire Leo, Green Dragon and Ice Pegasus forms. <!--Wave Battle Model-->
 
*[[Transer|Wave Transer]] released by Takara-Tony.
 
*[[Transer|Wave Transer]] released by Takara-Tony.
*[[Star Carrier|Star Carrier]] toys
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*[[Star Carrier]] toys
 
*In 2009, [[Wikipedia:Wendy's|Wendy's]] Kids Meal from Philippines offered figures based on the ''[[Mega Man Star Force (series)|Mega Man Star Force]]'' series.
 
*In 2009, [[Wikipedia:Wendy's|Wendy's]] Kids Meal from Philippines offered figures based on the ''[[Mega Man Star Force (series)|Mega Man Star Force]]'' series.
   
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===Kotobukiya figures===
 
===Kotobukiya figures===
Kotobukiya released figure kits of Mega Man, Roll, Proto Man and Zero. Mega Man and Proto Man have both normal arms and arm cannons, shot effects, and a Energy Tank. Additionally, Mega Man has a charge shot and Proto Man his shield. Roll can be changed between her original appearance and her ''Mega Man 8'' costume. All figures have changeable faces. Mega Man was released in September 2010, Roll in December 2010, and Proto Man in January 2011.
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Kotobukiya released figure kits of Mega Man, Roll, Proto Man and Zero. Mega Man and Proto Man have both normal arms and arm cannons, shot effects, and an Energy Tank. Additionally, Mega Man has a charge shot and Proto Man his shield. Roll can be changed between her original appearance and her ''Mega Man 8'' costume. All figures have changeable faces. Mega Man was released in September 2010, Roll in December 2010, and Proto Man in January 2011.
   
 
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===Rockman Graffiti===
 
===Rockman Graffiti===
'''Rockman Graffiti''' (ロックマングラフィティ) is a candy toy released by Bandai in 1995 with miniatures from the original and ''X'' series. <ref>[http://www.bandai.co.jp/candy/products/1995/46468.htm Rockman Graffiti]</ref>
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'''Rockman Graffiti''' (ロックマングラフィティ) is a candy toy released by Bandai in 1995 with miniatures from the original and ''X'' series.<ref>[http://www.bandai.co.jp/candy/products/1995/46468.htm Rockman Graffiti]</ref>
   
 
*'''Rockman 4:''' Rockman, Rush
 
*'''Rockman 4:''' Rockman, Rush
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===Super Model Spirit Rockman===
 
===Super Model Spirit Rockman===
{{Nihongo|'''Super Model Spirit Rockman'''|超造形魂ロックマン|}} is a set of figures released by Bandai in May 30 2010.<ref>[http://protodudesrockmancorner.blogspot.com/2010/05/rockman-trading-art-figures-available.html]</ref>
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{{Nihongo|'''Super Model Spirit Rockman'''|超造形魂ロックマン|}} is a set of figures released by Bandai in May 30, 2010.<ref>[http://protodudesrockmancorner.blogspot.com/2010/05/rockman-trading-art-figures-available.html]</ref>
   
 
*Rockman and Metall A (Rockman)
 
*Rockman and Metall A (Rockman)

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Content is subject to change at any moment.

Toys and action figures from the Mega Man franchise. Bandai produced and released most of the Mega Man toys.

There are no toys from the Mega Man ZX series.

HNI 0003

Set of 9 Rockman Gashapon miniatures. These include: Rockman C, Dive Man, Zero(X3), Mega Man(MM7), Super Mega Man(MM7), Plant Man, Overdrive Ostrich,Zero(X2), and a Technodon(MM7).

Mega Man classic series

Toys from the original Mega Man series.

Mega Man Retro-Roto series

Mega Man PVC action figures with their original appearance released by Jazwares in 2005. Each of them has one of the five pieces necessary to assemble an action figure (however, the package claims six pieces are needed). The action figure is a recolored Mega Man representing him with the Mega Buster fully charged. They were later re-released in 2010 without the parts for the Fully-Charge Mega Man.

First series:

Second series:
The back of the package shows an image of Wood Man and Ice Man for a second wave planned to be released, but the line was canceled.[1]

Ruby Spears' Mega Man cartoon

Bandai toys

Toys and action figures released by Bandai. They where released only in Japan.

Rockman Battle Set

Colorless model kits from Rockman 4 released in 1992.

Rockman 4

Rockman 4 miniatures released in 1992.[2]

Rockman Fight

Various Rockman 4 toys released in 1992 that came with a scenario. Some of the figures are: Rockman, Blues, Bright Man, Drill Man, Pharaoh Man, Ring Man, Dive Man and Skull Man. Its unknown at moment how many there are.[3]

Fighting Stage series

The Fighting Stage (ファイティングステージ) series is a set of figures from Rockman 5 with a small playset.

  • Rock Area (Mega Man and Beat. Wily Stage 1.)
  • Rush Area (Rush, which can turn into New Rush Coil and Rush Jet. Wily Stage 2.)
  • Star Area (Star Man and a Met. Star Man's stage.)
  • Blues Area (Proto Man and Eddie. Proto Man Stage)

The package also shows other scenarios and toys of other six Robot Masters, and an artwork of Dr. Wily and Stone Man, but apparently none of them where released.

Action Rockman

Action Rockman (アクションロックマン) is a series with Rockman 7 miniatures released in 1995, which includes one character and one big enemy. Technodon and Stegoras are wind-up toys. Kanigance, Gameriser and Mad Grinder can dash.[4]

Rockman Fighters

Rockman Fighters (ロックマンファイターズ) is a Rockman 8 series released in 1996.[5]

Rockman & Forte

Miniatures from Rockman & Forte released in 1998.[6]

Rockman Chasers

Rockman Chasers (ロックマンチェイサーズ) has miniature vehicles from Rockman: Battle & Chase released in 1997.[7]

  1. Rockman & Roll-chan
  2. Blues & Ice Man
  3. Forte & Spring Man
  4. Quick Man & Guts Man
  5. Shadow Man & Napalm Man

Game Characters Collection Mini Rockman

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Figures

Game Characters Collection Mini Rockman (ゲームキャラクターズコレクション ミニ ロックマン) is a set from MegaHouse's "Game Characters Collection Mini" series of 30mm figure released on June 27, 2011.

Mega Man X series

There where many toys from the Mega Man X series, but most of them where released only in Japan. Most of them are Mega Man X and Zero with different weapons, colors, and armors.

Unknown collections:

Others:

Mega Man X

A Mega Man X collection released by Jazwares. They are related to the Mega Man collection.

Rockman Machine

Rockman Machine (ロックマンマシン) is a series released by Bandai in 1994 based on the first Rockman X game.[8]

Rockman Base

Rockman Base (ロックマンベース) is a collection based on Mega Man X3 with scenarios and miniatures released by Bandai in 1996.[9]

Rockman Factory

Rockman Factory (ロックマンファクトリー) is a collection based on Mega Man X3 that was released by Bandai in 1996.[10]

Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3:

  • Rockman X + Buster Shot + Press Disposer
  • Rockman X (MAX) + Cross Charge Shot + Volt Kurageil
  • Zero + Saber + Victoroid
  • Sigma + Shield + REX-2000 + Mini Mad Joey
  • Doppler (combat form) + Chimera + Mini Rockman X
  • Vajurila FF + Brown Bear + Mini VAVA Mk-II
  • Snow Rider + Snow Slider
  • Sigma (final form)

Rockman Ride

Rockman Ride (ロックマンライド) is a set of miniatures with Ride Armors released by Bandai in 1996.[11]

  • Chimera / Frog & Rockman X (MAX)
  • Kangaroo / Hawk & Rockman X
  • Ride Armor & Rockman (Ride Armor from first game.)
  • Rabbit & Rockman X (Ride Armor from second game.)
  • Kaiser Sigma & Zero

Super Max Rockman

Super Max Rockman (スーパーマックスロックマン) contains miniatures released by Bandai in 1996.[12]

  • Rockman X (MAX)
  • Zero
  • VAVA Mk-II
  • Vajurila FF
  • Mandarela BB
  • Rockman X (Frost Shield)
  • Rockman X (Bug Hole)
  • Rockman X (Acid Rush)

Rockman X5

Jazwares figures

JazwaresGaiaArmor

"Gaia Armor"

Model kits released by Jazwares.

Others

  • Rockman X4 Special Limited Pack (the game Rockman X4 with a Rockman X action figure using the Ultimate Armor.)

Mega Man Battle Network

With the anime MegaMan NT Warrior, many toys where released.

MegaMan NT Warrior action figures

Action figures released by Mattel based on the anime MegaMan NT Warrior.

MegaMan.EXE figures:

Other characters:

Big sized action figures:

Two figures in one package: HeatGuts Style MegaMan and FreezeMan.EXE

MegaMan NT Warrior: DoubleSoul Deluxe series

A collection where MegaMan.EXE comes with a Battle Chip and removable "soul armor parts and weapons".

MegaMan NT Warrior: Virus Attack series

A collection where all figures comes with one Battle Chip and a colorless virus.

Rockman EXE

Rockman EXE miniatures released by Bandai in 2001.[13]

  1. Rockman A
  2. Rockman B
  3. Hikari Netto + Metall
  4. Roll + Kabutank
  5. Blues
  6. GutsMan
  7. FireMan
  8. WoodMan


Battle Plaction

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Battle Plaction.

Battle Plaction (バトルプラクション Batoru Purakushon) is a series of figures released by Takara.

  1. Rockman
  2. Gutsman
  3. Metalman
  4. Blues
  5. Searchman
  6. Shademan


Rockin' Action

Rockin' Action (ロッキンアクション Rokkin Akushon) is a series of figures released by Bandai.


Rockman Cube

Rockman Cube (ロックマンキューブ) is a Bandai series of miniatures inside transparent cubes.

  • Starter Data 1
  • Starter Data 2
  • Starter Data 3
  • W Starter Data 1
  • Booster Data 1
  • Booster Data 2

Others

Other toys.

  • MegaMan NT Warrior BattleNet (board game by Mattel)

Unknown: Unknown name of the collection(s) and publishers (may be Mattel, Bandai, or other).

Figures:

Mega Man Star Force series

Mega Man Legends series

Toys from the Mega Man Legends series.

  • Capcom Girls Collection is a set of figures with female Capcom characters released by Yamato. A PVC statue of Tron Bonne with a Servbot (Tron & Kobun) was released on May 28, 2004 in two color versions: Normal and Repaint (Tron with orange clothes and Servbot with Red Head Parts). On October 8, a TGS Limited Color (Tron with yellow and blue clothes, Capcom's colors) was released.

Real Figure Collection

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Real Figure Collection is part of Yujin's SR series of capsule figures. SR Capcom Real Figure Collection Part 2 - Rockman DASH Hen (SRカプコンリアルフィギュアコレクション パート2 ロックマンDASH編) is a set of six figures based on Mega Man Legends 2 released in November 2000.[15] The Servbots (Kobun) include one of two part sets to assemble Mega Man Volnutt (Rock). A Repaint Version was released in February 2001.[16]

  1. Sera
  2. Roll
  3. Tron
  4. Yuna
  5. Kobun (Rock A Parts Set)
  6. Kobun (Rock B Parts Set)

Petit Kobun Figure

Petit Kobun Figure (プチコブンフィギュア Puchi Kobun Figyua) is a limited set of 40 Kobun (Servbot) figures, each with a different face, a sign with three plates, two having "食事中" (eating) and "仕事中" (working) written on them, a suction cup, and one varying accessory (Curry rice, headset, ...). The figures were given for 40 persons that purchased of the game Tron ni Kobun in Japan.[17] Besides the individual figures, one box containing all the 40 figures was also given.[18][19] Besides the 40 figures, there are also 2 secret figures.[20]

Mixed series

Toy series that combines two or more Mega Man series in one collection.

Mega Man series

Collection released by Jazwares.

Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes

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War Machine vs. Mega Man.

Following the X-Men vs. Street Fighter line, Marvel vs. Capcom is a collection released by Toy Biz with two action figures in one package, one character from Capcom and other from Marvel.

  • War Machine vs. Mega Man
  • Captain America vs. Morrigan
  • Spider-Man vs. Strider Hiryu
  • Venom vs. Captain Commando

Minimates

Zero is part of the Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Minimates collection released in 2011.


Kotobukiya figures

Kotobukiya released figure kits of Mega Man, Roll, Proto Man and Zero. Mega Man and Proto Man have both normal arms and arm cannons, shot effects, and an Energy Tank. Additionally, Mega Man has a charge shot and Proto Man his shield. Roll can be changed between her original appearance and her Mega Man 8 costume. All figures have changeable faces. Mega Man was released in September 2010, Roll in December 2010, and Proto Man in January 2011.

Rockman Graffiti

Rockman Graffiti (ロックマングラフィティ) is a candy toy released by Bandai in 1995 with miniatures from the original and X series.[21]

  • Rockman 4: Rockman, Rush
  • Rockman 5: Blues, Beat, Eddie, Weapon Energy
  • Rockman 6: Jet Rockman, Power Rockman
  • Rockman Mega World: Buster Rod. G, Mega Water. S, Hyper Storm. H
  • Rockman X: Rockman X (MAX), Zero, VAVA
  • Rockman X2: Rockman X, Rockman X (MAX), Zero

Super Model Spirit Rockman

Super Model Spirit Rockman (超造形魂ロックマン) is a set of figures released by Bandai in May 30, 2010.[22]

  • Rockman and Metall A (Rockman)
  • Rockman and Metall B (Rockman)
  • Roll (Rockman)
  • Forte A (Rockman 7)
  • Forte B (Rockman 7)
  • Blues (Rockman 3)
  • X (Rockman X)
  • Zero (Rockman X2)
  • Zero (Rockman Zero)
  • Airman (Rockman 2)
  • Cutman (Rockman)

Others

Mega Man toys released in promotions, as keychains, and in other ways.

Keychains

List of official keychains licensed by Capcom.

Promotional toys

McDonaldsEXE

McDonalds figures.

See also

External links

References

  1. PRC: Looking Back At Axed Wave Two Retro Rotos
  2. Rockman 4
  3. Rockman Fight
  4. Action Rockman
  5. Rockman Fighters
  6. Rockman & Forte
  7. Rockman Chasers
  8. Rockman Machine
  9. Rockman Base
  10. Rockman Factory
  11. Rockman Ride
  12. Super Max Rockman
  13. Rockman EXE
  14. Takara Tomy ARTS: SR Namco Cross Capcom
  15. Takara Tomy ARTS: SR Capcom Real Figure Collection Part 2 Rockman DASH Hen
  16. Takara Tomy ARTS: SR Capcom Real Figure Collection Part 2 Rockman DASH Hen Repaint Version
  17. Protodude's Rockman Corner: Auction: Adorable, Rare Kobun Figure
  18. Protodude's Rockman Corner: Now You, Too, Can Own A Servbot Army (For A Price)
  19. Tron ni Kobun promotional video
  20. Capcom Premium Goods (archive)
  21. Rockman Graffiti
  22. [1]
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