Mega Man

Season 2 Episode 13

The Mega X

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Aired Unknown Dec 03, 1995 on
8.8
out of 10
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The Mega X
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The future starts becoming troublesome for the present. Mega Man and Roll are up against a dangerous time traveler that is seeking valuable present-day materials. They are way out of their league and are only saved by the timely arrival of the futuristic Mega Man X. Unfortunately, despite Mega Man and Roll's insistence, Mega Man X proves to not be very easy to work with or very subtle.moreless

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  • Definitely loved this episode! Having Megaman X, Vile and Spark Mandrill really was way past cool!

    9.0
    I would have given it a 10, but there were things in it that I did not like at all.



    One of the things I did not like was the fact Sigma's name was misspelled, which I found inexcusable since it's not that hard of a name to write.



    Secondly, why did it show Dr.Cain as a young scientist when in the games he's an old man? Were the animators even trying to keep the cartoon in sync with the video game series?



    And lastly, why didn't we see Zero? Zero is by far one of the coolest Megaman X characters of the Franchise. Not saying I don't love X, because I do, but I just like Zero a bit more, and the fact he didn't even get to star along side was really disappointing. But, for the most part, this episode for the most kicked serious butt.moreless
  • Mega Man and Mega Man X team up.

    9.4
    This was one of the best episodes in the series. Vile and Spark Mandrill arrive from the future. Mega Man tries to stop them but Vile and Spark Mandrill are too strong. Mega Man X then arrives from the future. He is very strong and takes on Vile and Spark Mandrill. Vile and Spark Mandrill then team up with Dr. Wily. Mega Man X then teams up with Mega Man and they take on Vile, Spark Mandrill, and Dr. Wily and they win. Mega Man X goes back to the future and takes Spark Mandrill and Vile back to the future too. Overall, a great episode. This episode is one of the best episodes in the series.moreless
  • Best episode in the whole series.

    8.4
    I wasn't completely happy with this series, however, this episode redeemed it for a lot of people. Had they made more episodes tie in with the Megaman X universe, it could have lasted a season longer.



    Vile and Spark Mandrill were great foes and all of the futuristic characters looked and behaved much better than everyone else. The series needed less humor, some story arcs, and some actual suspense.



    Dr. Wily just couldn't inspire the kind of fear and respect that Sigma and friends did and (with the exclusion of Airman, Crystalman, Pharoahman and Diveman, who were totally wicked) the majority of his robots master were about as intimidating as the three stooges.moreless
  • X from the Mega Man X Classic

    7.2
    I like this Episode with X in it. What about Zero?

    It Would been Cool if Zero apper too. but I know that he was Created by Dr.Wily to Kill Mega man.

    I wouner Why Did Mega man Should Copy Spearkman Drill's Weapon? Must be too for him I Guess.

    Would it be Cool is there was the Mega Man X Cartoon? How cool is that?
Jim Byrnes (I)

Jim Byrnes (I)

voice of Dr. Light

Louise Vallance

Louise Vallance

Additional Voices

Scott McNeil

Scott McNeil

voice of Dr. Wily / Proto Man

Michael Donovan

Michael Donovan

Voice Of Ring Man

Jay Brazeau

Jay Brazeau

Voices of Bright Man And Needle Man

Richard Newman

Richard Newman

Additional Voices

Richard Newman

Richard Newman

voice of Spark Mandrill

Guest Star

Lee Tockar

Lee Tockar

Voice Of Vile

Guest Star

Ian James Corlett

Ian James Corlett

voice of Mega Man X / Snake Man

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