Mega Man IDs

Anagrams:
2010-present

Logo: On a blue and blue flashing background, we see Megan Ma spelled under a black box where Roll, Kalinka, and Otaka say each word. Then it changes to Magn Me and the girls repeat it. Then it changes to Mage Men and the girls repeat that. Finally, we see all 3 changes as the word changes to a Mega Man oval as all the girls say Mega Man.

Variant:: There was a variant where the background was in other colors, and the Mega Man oval is replaced with a Mega Man rectangle with arrows sticking out.

FX: The girls are animated. This was designed by Super Jump Punch! Studios in Asher, KY

Music: The girls talking with bongos and weird music playing. The voice of Otaka is voice actress Danielle Pluzsik.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: None.


Are You Glad You Got Your Mega Man:
2010-present

Logo: On a white background, the words ''Are You Glad You’ve Got Your Mega Man'' appear on a journal. The words appear 2 more times, and then a Mega Man ribbon appears.

FX: All the Japanese animation in the logo.

Music: Snake Man (Ian James Cortlett) and Charge Man (Hatsune Miku) singing.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: Low.


Robot Masters:
2010-present

Logo: A bunch of Robot Masters from Mega Man 1 are on a picnic blanket bloated with all the food eaten (i.e cheese, and a sandwich). Cut Man plays a guitar and Elec Man sticks out of a bushes with Mario's hat on as they all sing the Mega Man theme while Elec Man gets the hiccups. 1/4 of the food have Mega or Mega Man in them. At the end, it zooms out of the picnic blanket saying Mega Man.

FX: All the Japanese animation in the logo.

Music: All the Robot Masters singing with a guitar playing in the background.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: Low. The singing Robot Masters could get to some, unless you like to see Elec Man hiccuping!


Big Robot Master Quintet:

2010-present

Logo: We see Elec Man, Ice Man, Mega Man, Otaka, and Roll walking down a street wearing Mega Man suits all mixed up then they change it to make it spell right. They gather inside a TV with a face on it as the Mega Man suits merge together. Then they keep walking down the street.

FX: All the Japanese animation in the logo. This was designed by Super Jump Punch! Studios in Asher, KY.

Music: The robots singing some kind of chant leading into how Mega Man is #1 which is like "Hon de laud hup hivvel up Mega, Hon de laud hup hivvel up Mega Mega, Hon de rikki tikki lo y living #1 Mega Man!". The voices are Grey DeLisle, Joan Cusack, Ruth Shiraishi, Danielle Pluzsik, and Tara Strong.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: None.


Here's Dr. Light!:
2010-present

Logo: We see Dr. Thomas Light in a barbershop, saying "1, 2, 3". Then Mega Man comes in and sing, "It's time, it's time for the network of mine". Then a comb scratches the screen and Cut Man cuts it. Then we see Thomas wearing a Mega Man t-shirt.

FX/SFX: All the Japanese animation in the logo. This was done at Super Jump Punch! Studios in Asher, KY.

Music/Sounds: Mega Man singing.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: Minimal.


Golf:
2010-present

Logo: Metal Man says "Shhh..." and then hits a Mega Man golf ball with his club. The ball goes through the whole course full of obstacles that read "Mega Man" as you hear pinball music. The ball makes it into the hole as Bass, Fire Man, and Yamato Man cheer.

FX: All the Japanese animation in the logo.

Music: Pinball type music along with the man saying "Shhhh..." , cartoony swooshing noises, the robots crying "WHEEE!" and saying "Yay!" . The voices are Patrick Seitz, Steven Blum, Doug Lawrence, and Matthew Mercer.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: None. This is a good logo.


Clay Bomb:
2010-present

Logo: We see a clay Mega Man bomb. The bomb explodes into the following in order: a fish, a triangle, a car, a cloud, a cube, a rocket, and finally, a boy with a Mega Man shirt.

FX: Stop-motion animation. This was done by Super Jump Punch! Studios in Asher, KY

Music: A bunch of cartoony sound effects.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: None.


Mega Man Blimp:
2010-present

Logo: On a purple flashing background, we see Knight Man, Aqua Man, and Galaxy Man painting a blue blimp. Then they put the letters Mega Man on it to spell Mega Man right on the blimp.

FX: None.

Music: A bunch of drums.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: None. This was a popular logo.


Disco Beat:
2010-present

Logo: We see 6 Beats pecking on a Mega Man sheet as it zooms up on the Mega Man as we hear Roll say "Do the Mega Thing!". The Mega Man theme plays except at the end it goes on Mega. Then 3 Beats in blue Mega Man suits do some disco. It zooms in on the second Beat as we see the suit say Mega Man.

FX: 8-Bit Beats on a blue and green flashing background.

Music: Beat singing with disco music in the background.

Availability: Common

Scare Factor: None. This is a good logo.


Lockers:
2010-present

Logo: In a black and white school hall, we see Robot Masters from Mega Man 1 getting stuff from lockers and going to class. As more kids go to class, we see the Mega Man lockers in black and white. One locker is open, but Roll runs to shut it. The logo then turns to color.

FX: All the Japanese animation in the logo.

Music: Just the kids chattering and locker doors clanging shut.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: Low. The Mega Man going from black and white to color may startle some.


Opera:
2010-present

Logo: We see Pirate Man on a stage as he uses his baton to start the show. Then it zooms out on Otaka with big blue hair that reads Mega Man wearing purple singing the Mega Man theme. It briefly closes up to her mouth. Then we see her whole body as she loudly sings "Mega is kids!" Then we see Pirate Man with a hysterical look on his face as his glasses break.

FX: All live action.

Music: Orchestra tuning up until after the conductor begins the show then Otaka sings with an orchestral number in the background.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: High, Otaka’s big hair and zooming out and the scary-looking Pirate Man’s breaking glasses could scare quite a few.


Sticks:
2010-present

Logo: Mega Man holds up a Mega Man stick to Rush, throws it, then we see a close-up of the spinning Mega Man stick then Rush catches it.

FX: Japanese animation.

Music: Same as the "Robot Masters" logo except it's barking from Rush and the tempo is speed up.

Availability: Common

Scare Factor:
Low to medium. The high-pitched music and close-ups of the stick might get to some.


Freaky Cut Man!:
2010-present

Logo: In a funky-style room, Cut Man appear in the center as we see 2 other Cut Men on the right and 2 Megas on the left as the 2 Cut Men do the Mega Mega Mega. Screens behind them say "Mega." Every time Cut Man says Mega Man, the Megas change to "Mega Man." After the 2nd time, we see Mega Man pop up on the screen 3 times.

FX: Stop-motion animation, probably.

Music: A funky-sounding version of the Mega Man theme. The voice actor of Cut Man is Tom Kenny.

Availability: Common

Scare Factor: Medium to NIGHTMARE, Cut Man in the middle, the close-up of the Mega Men, and the graphics may scare some, and it also has seizure-inducing flashing.


Funky Dance:
2010-present

Logo: We see Yuuta, Akane, Otaka, and Kalinka in a circle as a guy sings Everybody Over Here then the Mega Man theme plays starting to dance carrying a Mega Man parachute as they walk in a circle. 2 kids jump over the parachute as the rest of them dance. Then they cover themselves in the Mega Man parachute.

SFX: Animation.

Music: The guy singing the Mega Man theme.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: None. This is a good logo.


Pattycake
2010-present

Logo: We see two silhouettes with blue outlines playing Pattycake on Uranus in outer space (we also see Earth in the background). The silhouettes clap hands two times, and four blue hands appear on screen. When they clap hands again, they disappear, and Mega Man appears on the four blue hands.

SFX: Japanese animation. This was done by Super Jump Punch! Studios in Asher, KY.

Music:
A cool, rap rhythm.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: None to low.


Box:
2010-present

Logo: On a blue background with semi-transparent Mega Man logos, we see a box with a morphing Mega Man logos. The camera then enters the inside of the box. Then Zero from Mega Man X emerges from the bottom. Zero sees the viewer and he laughs in a weird way. The box suddenly closes and we zooms out.

SFX: CGI animation.

Music/Sound: A drums theme, along with some laughs for Zero. The voice of him here is Wayne Doster.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: Medium to NIGHTMARE, Zero is pretty nightmarish looking, and the fact that he laughs doesn't help much, either.


Bones!:
2010-present

Logo: We see Star Man singing "Mega Man is Best!" while holding a Mega Man bone that jumps out of his hand. Gravity Man dances while trying to get the bone as we see a bunch of other robots sing the Mega Man theme. Finally, he catches the Mega Man bone while holding up a basket with a bunch of Mega Man bones in it.

SFX: All the Japanese animation in the logo.

Music: The robots singing the Mega Man theme. Star Man is voiced by Melissa Fahn, Gravity Man is voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro, and the rest of the vocals are Kayzie Rogers, Rachel Lillis and Danielle Pluzsik.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: None.


Windshield:
2010-present

Logo: We see Auto driving a car. Three splats saying "Mega" appear. Auto gets angry and he decides to use a windshield. The windshield turns the three splats into a bigger splat saying "Mega Man". Auto is confused.

SFX: Japanese animation. This was done at Super Jump Punch! Studios in Asher, KY.

Music/Sound: Auto muttering, along with some splating sounds.

Availability: Rare; seen on the SJP copy of the "Super Mario Saga: Christmas" VHS tape.

Scare Factor: Minimal.


Metools:
2010-present

Logo: On a curtain background with a towel below, we see a cup reading Mega Man. Suddenly, Metools pop up singing the same thing from the Are You Glad ID. They dance backwards and the curtain opens up to reveal a gradient background with palm trees that are reading Mega Man. The Metools fall off miserably at the end leaving us with a splat. Then, the splat that the Metools made appears along with the Metools themselves now splatted up smiling and the splat entirely reads Mega Man in between. Sometimes, the ID would be on a flipbook.

SFX: Japanese animation. This was made by Super Jump Punch! Studios in Asher, KY.

Music: Same as the Are You Glad ID.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: Minimal. The splat the Metools made could scare some.


Cactus:
2010-present

Logo: On a light-brown background, we see a close up of a Mega Man cactus. We zoom out to reveal Centaur Man who touches it three times.

SFX: Japanese animation. This was done at Super Jump Punch! Studios in Asher, KY.

Music: A nice mariachi tune with Centaur Man (Kerry Williams) saying "ouch".

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: Minimal.


Roll on Chair:
2010-present

Logo: In a house containing blue walls, a yellow door on the back, and a wooden floor, we see Roll rocking from side to side on a chair while watching television. A few moments later, blue mist reading "Mega Man" rips off the walls and the roof. Roll stares at the mist for a few seconds. Afterward, she continues rocking.

SFX: CGI animation.

Music/Sound: Same as the Bones ID, but some wind sounds from the Mega Man mist.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: Low; mainly due to the whirling sounds.


Elec Man:
2010-present

Logo: We see an egg. The egg hatches into chibi Elec Man. Elec Man moans as some water appears. The water then floods the floor, and a Mega Man submarine appears on the bottom of Elec Man. Elec Man cries loudly.

SFX: Japanese animation. This was done by Super Jump Punch! Studios in Asher, KY.

Music/Sound: Elec Man moaning and crying.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: Low, but it gets to none if you like chibi Elec Man.


Main Course:
2010-present

Logo: We see Roll opening up a dish when it opens up, it reveals Cut Man sitting on a chair with a fishing rod under a Mega Man umbrella, the dish closes and it opens up again, Rush eats the dog food wearing a Mega Man cloth, It closes and opens one more time to show Elec Man and screams "YAAAAAHHH!!" with a Mega Man banner, the dish is closed harder with a Mega Man fancy cut shaped anvil.

SFX: Japanese animation. This was done at Super Jump Punch! Studios in Asher, KY.

Music/Sound: The dish opens, Cut Man singing, Rush barking with drum music, Elec Man yelling and a loud crashing sound.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: Minimal; the loud crashing sound may turn people off.


Mega Brew:
2010-present

Logo: On a black background, we see a Mega Man cup. We zoom out to reveal that it is on a face's tongue, and the face uses it's nose to drink it. Then, we turn around to see that there are Mega Man fish in the face.

SFX: CGI.

Music/Sound: A brass theme along with some cartoon sound effects, grunts from the face while it drinks, and the sounds of bubbles popping when we see the fish.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: Low.


On Wily's Door:
2010-present

Logo: In a purple room, with a door full of Mega Man logos, Plant Man knocks on the door, which made Dr. Wily with a freaky face opened it. Wily laughs weirdly, which causes Plant Man transforms into his chibi self, to start yelping in fear, then it runs off. Wily then looks at us, then turns towards us as he eats the screen and as we see the Mega Man logo imprinted on his uvula (the hanging ball thing in the back of your throat), he laughs again.

SFX: CGI animation. This was done by Super Jump Punch! Studios in Asher, KY.

Music/Sound: A weird brass theme when Plant Man (Amy Birnbaum) is tapping the door, then a horror theme starting when Dr. Wily (Douglas Kendall) apprears. Low pitched laughs from Wily and yelling from Plant Man are also heard.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: High to NIGHTMARE, Dr. Wily will definitely catch those who aren't expecting it off guard (though this is intentional due to the theme), and Plant Man yelping may get to some.


Auto's Lunch:
2010-present

Logo: We see Auto holding a fork and a spoon. He then sniffs the spaghetti on his table. Auto thinks it's yummy, licking it's tongue near his face. Auto decides to eat the spaghetti, revealing the plate to say "Mega Man" in it's corporate font.

SFX: CGI animation. This was done at Super Jump Punch! Studios in Asher, KY.

Music/Sound: Auto (Monica Rial) grunting.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: None, but Auto eating his lunch could make you a little hungry.


Band:
2010-present

Logo: On a gold background, we see chibi Elec Man blowing a horn saying the word "MEG", chibi Cut Man saying the word "A", and chibi Ice Man hitting a gong with a mallet making "BONG!". Then the words join together making "Mega Man" with "AN".

SFX: All the Japanese animation in the logo. Done by Super Jump Punch! Studios in Asher, KY.

Music/Sound: Tuba music in the background, Elec Man blowing the trumpet saying "Meg", Cut Man saying "a", a gong sound and everyone saying "Mega Man".

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: Low; a harmless one, but it'll get on none if you like to see Elec Man puffing his cheeks.


Singing Robots!:
2010-present

Logo: On a yellow/blue gradient background, we see six Robot Masters from Mega Man 1 emerge from the closet. From the center, the balloons, revealing in the Mega Man logo. The Robot Masters all sing and dance.

SFX: Japanese animation.

Music/Sound: The Robot Masters all sing.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: Minimal to low, the singing Robots may catch you off guard the first time, but otherwise harmless.


Trampoline Splat
2010-present

Logo: On a white background, we see Roll bouncing on a trampoline 3 times, then she floats in mid-air, throwing a blue ball that turns into a Mega Man splat with the words "A" at the top and "PRODUCTION" at the bottom.

FX/SFX: CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: Three bouncing sounds, followed by the Mega Man theme being played on an off-keyglockenspiel.

Availability: Rare; can be seen on select episodes of "Superstars" on Mega on Demand.

Scare Factor: Minimal

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