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This article covers the second series of the MegaMan NT Warrioranime series titled MegaMan NT Warrior Axess, known in Japan as Rockman EXE Axess (ロックマンエグゼアクセスRokkuman Eguze Akusesu). Unlike the original EXE series, Axess has only one part, with 51 episodes. In the English version, only 45 episodes aired in the United States with an additional episode airing in Canada. The last 6 episodes were premiered a few weeks after the airing of the 46th.

Axess premiered in Japan on October 4, 2003 and ran until September 25, 2004. There would be no future breaks in between new Rockman series (unlike the six-month separation between the original EXE and Axess). The English version first aired in the United States when Kids' WB ran 'sneak peek' airings of the first episode in November 2004 (and again in December). The series officially began its run on February 28, 2005. Like the original EXE, Kids' WB aired many episodes sporadically and out-of-order. After airing 35 episodes (having skipped one that aired in Canada), the show was suddenly taken off the air after episode 22 aired on September 10, 2005. About three months later, ten more episodes aired between November 28 and December 9, bringing the series to a close and skipping five more episodes.

Axess was meant to promote the Japanese release of Mega Man Battle Network 4 and prominently features characters and concepts from this game. However, it also uses many of the Mega Man Battle Network video games as source material for the almost entirely original plot (including obscure characters from Transmission). The series is also known for having a much darker tone, more violent battles, and a much less constant cast of characters (for example, EXE regulars Dex and Yai are reduced to guest appearances).

Episode list[edit]

Orig. Ep#Dub Ep#Dub Title/Translated Title
Original Japanese Title
Original AirdateEnglish Airdate
11'Cross Fusion!'
Transcription: 'Cross Fusion! (Kurosu Fyūjon!)' (Japanese: クロスフュージョン!)
October 4, 2003November 22, 2004
Lan, Maylu and Chisao visit the Sci-Labs and witness Dr. Hikari's latest experiment in Dimensional Area technology—CrossFusion, the merger of a NetOp with his/her NetNavi, but the CrossFusion makes a NetOp lose his strength. However, the laboratory is attacked by real-world viruses and the Darkloid NetNavi SavageMan. Lan has no choice but to perform CrossFusion himself and stop SavageMan. After beating SavageMan, Lan passes out, but recovers a few seconds later.
22'NetCity No More!'
Transcription: 'Net City Disappearance! (Nettoshiti Shōmetsu!)' (Japanese: ネットシティ消滅!)
October 11, 2003March 1, 2005
After Lan finally wakes up, Dr. Hikari explains the SynchroChip to Lan, the chip that allows CrossFusion. Lan accidentally takes it with him to a museum exhibition on NetCity. A strange UFO appears over NetCity and begins sucking up NetNavis, so MegaMan and Roll jack-in to find SavageMan is responsible. Lan becomes an official NetSaver in this episode.
33'Bubble Trouble!'
Transcription: 'JABAJABA Dangerous Foam! (Jabajaba Yabai Mizu no Awa!)' (Japanese: じゃばじゃばやばい水の泡!)
October 18, 2003March 2, 2005
Lan visits the water works factory on a field trip when BubbleMan, a Darkloid NetNavi, attacks. He plans to flood every toilet in DenTech City. Lan uses CrossFusion to thwart him, but because he and MegaMan are bickering, the fusion becomes unstable. Lan and MegaMan stop arguing and work together to defeat BubbleMan.
44'DoubleSoul!'
Transcription: 'Soul Unison! (Sōru Unizon!)' (Japanese: ソウルユニゾン!)
October 25, 2003March 3, 2005
When Lan is hired to find out what is causing the city's lights to burn out and destroy themselves, Maylu discovers Lan is a NetSaver. Lan finds himself battling with Darkloid FlashMan only to be interrupted by Maylu, who wishes to help. MegaMan becomes damaged with Roll's clumsy battling style, and Dr. Hikari has to repair him. However, FlashMan strikes again, so Maylu rushes off to defeat FlashMan and amend her mistake. In the end, FlashMan is defeated when MegaMan and Roll fuse their souls together and create RollSoul.
55'Metal Hot Spring! Ow It's Hot!'
Transcription: 'Metal Hot Spring HOT HOT! (Metaru Onsen Acchicchi!)' (Japanese: メタル温泉アッチッチ!)
November 1, 2003March 4, 2005
Ms. Mari and Tory take Lan and co. out on a hot springs vacation, but their strict rules make it difficult to relax. Lan also meets Tamako, a gift-shop owner who has a love for NetBattling. She challenges Lan to battle with her NetNavi HeavyMetalMan, but BubbleMan constantly interrupts, seeking revenge on MegaMan.
66'A Dangerous Bowling Game!'
Transcription: 'The Most Dangerous Ball Game! (Mottomo Kiken na Kyūgi!)' (Japanese: 最も危険な球技!)
November 8, 2003March 7, 2005
Higsby is desperate to impress Ms. Mari, so he takes her out to go virtual bowling. Lan and Maylu tag along. Meanwhile, bowling expert BowlMan becomes infected with a DarkChip and plans to destroy the bowling alley. Lan CrossFuses to fight back.
77'The CyberGarden of Doom!'
Transcription: 'Electric Flower Garden! (Denshi no Hanazono!)' (Japanese: 電子の花園!)
November 15, 2003March 8, 2005
Darkloid VineMan is attacking all over DenTech City, and he's even trapped Roll in his life-sucking weeds. Mr. Match and HeatMan reappear to help fight, but when HeatMan is damaged, Famous helps in recreating TorchMan. Working with TorchMan, MegaMan creates TorchSoul and burns VineMan to ashes.
88'Friendship in the Mirror'
Transcription: 'Friendship in the Mirror (Kagami no Naka no Yūjoū)' (Japanese: 鏡のなかの友情)
November 22, 2003March 9, 2005
Lan investigates a science museum being built when the NetSavers receive word of a possible Darkloid attack. However, it was a set-up by SavageMan. Duplicating Lan's frequency, MegaMan is confronted with an artificial Lan, disabling cooperation with his NetOp.
99'Dex Returns!'
Transcription: 'Dekao Returns! (Kaettekita Dekao!)' (Japanese: 帰ってきたデカオ!)
November 29, 2003March 10, 2005
Dex returns to DenTech City, but he's very different. He's been training with the WWW to defeat Lan in a NetBattle. However, Lan has to worry more about BurnerMan, a Darkloid who is attacking all over the city. Dex is determined to prove his strength to Lan, so he intervenes in the battle with BurnerMan. Dex learns from Maylu Lan is a NetSaver. Dex helps Lan in fight with BurnerMan. MegaMan creates GutsSoul to defeat BurnerMan.
1010'Threat of the DarkChips!'
Transcription: 'The Dark Chip Menace! (Dākuchippu no Kyōi!)' (Japanese: ダークチップの脅威!)
December 6, 2003March 14, 2005
Lan investigates the spread of DarkChips, chips that consume NetNavis with dark energy. During his investigation, Ms. Mari is held hostage in a freezer, and MegaMan must battle with SpikeMan to rescue her. In the end, it's revealed that Ms. Mari was really Ms. Yuri, SpikeMan's NetOp and distributor of the DarkChips.
1111'The Unsafe Safe!'
Transcription: 'Beat the Safecracker! (Kinkoyaburi o Yattsukero!)' (Japanese: 金庫破りをやっつけろ!)
December 13, 2003March 15, 2005
BurnerMan returns to steal rare metals so more DarkChips can be built. However, every time he strikes, Lan is too late and can't enter the Dimensional Area he creates. Thus, Dr. Hikari teaches him how to enter Dimensional Areas from the outside. Lan perfects the technique and defeats BurnerMan.
1212'Code of Conduct'
Transcription: 'The Steel Sniper (Kōtetsu no Sunaipā)' (Japanese: 鋼鉄のスナイパー)
December 20, 2003April 11, 2005
While visiting an airplane festival, Lan and MegaMan re-encounter ShadowMan, who is now working with the Darkloids. He seeks the Control X navigational program. While facing him, MegaMan also meets SearchMan, a NetSaver from the country of Sharo, but the two have clashing opinions on morality when SearchMan sacrifices innocent NetNavis to stop ShadowMan.
1313'CrossFusion for All!'
Transcription: 'Cross Fusion Disappearance! (Kurosufyūjon Shōmetsu!)' (Japanese: クロスフュージョン消滅!)
December 27, 2003April 18, 2005
Lan becomes arrogant with his latest investigation against Darkloid DesertMan. Meanwhile Chaud, a fellow NetSaver, investigates Ms. Yuri, but both heroes fall into traps. Lan CrossFuses against DesertMan, but fails. Chaud makes a surprise appearance using CrossFusion himself to save the day.
1414'The Purloined Princess!'
Transcription: 'The Stolen Princess! (Musumareta Purinsesu!)' (Japanese: 盗まれたプリンセス!)
January 4, 2004March 17, 2005
Lan and his friends are taken to Kingland by none other than Yai Ayano, who is now living there. It seems the data for AyanoTech's latest game, Strawberry Princess, has been stolen by viruses. She enlists her friends in tracking down the stolen data.
1515'The Incredible Guts!'
Transcription: 'Incredible Guts! (Inkurejiburu Gattsu!)' (Japanese: 超人ガッツ!)
January 17, 2004April 25, 2005
Returning from Kingland, Lan and co. make a detour in Jawaii to visit Dex. Meanwhile, Dex finds a card-scanning device that powers up NetNavis, and he works with the WWW to get his revenge on Lan again. However, the device sends GutsMan rampaging with power (and towering size) through NetCity, taking Roll hostage, King Kong style.
1616'It's All How You Look at It!'
Transcription: 'Cute! Demon? (Kawaii! Akuma?)' (Japanese: カワイイ!悪魔?)
January 24, 2004June 6, 2005
Lan meets Shuko, an unlucky and unconfident girl. When her electricity is cut off, her NetNavi SpoutMan decides to go turn it back on for her. However, when caught by security, he begins to cry, causing a huge flood of tears in the internet and deleting the guardian Navis. MegaMan uses NumberSoul to calm SpoutMan down.
1717'SavageMan Returns!'
Transcription: 'The Assaulting Beastman! (Kyōshū Bīsutoman!)' (Japanese: 強襲ビーストマン!)
January 31, 2004May 2, 2005
While visiting an exhibit in a tower that floats in the sea, Lan meets Tamako and begins sparring with her. But SavageMan intervenes, burning with dark power, to delete MegaMan. Furthermore, Ms. Yuri sends the tower sinking into the ocean, and Lan drops his PET down a crevice in the floor, leaving MegaMan defenseless against SavageMan. MegaMan defeats SavageMan using HeavyMetalSoul. SavageMan comes to the real world, but is finally deleted.
1818'The Man from Sharo'
Transcription: 'The Man Who Came from Sharo (Shāro Kara Kita Otoko)' (Japanese: シャーロから来た男)
February 7, 2004May 9, 2005
Lan meets Raika, the NetSaver from Sharo who operates SearchMan. Lan and Raika have opposing views on the usefulness of CrossFusion, and the two go their separate ways to stop Darkloid VideoMan when he attacks a movie theater. In the end, Raika saves the day without the use of CrossFusion.
1919'SearchSoul!'
Transcription: 'Search Soul! (Sāchi Sōru!)' (Japanese: サーチソウル!)
February 14, 2004May 19, 2005
Viruses are using cloaking techniques to steal data, and Lan tracks them down to the source of their power: DesertMan. DesertMan gets the upper-hand against MegaMan, and SearchMan is forced to sacrifice MegaMan in order to delete DesertMan. However, SearchMan ignores Raika's orders, and instead, SearchSoul is used to defeat DesertMan.
2020'Dark Secret'
Transcription: 'Hand Over the Dark Chip! (Dāku Chippu o Yokose!)' (Japanese: ダークチップをよこせ!)
February 21, 2004May 3, 2005
The NetSavers have taken DesertMan hostage, but the Darkloids want him back. SpikeMan kidnaps Keifer and Manuela and threatens to crush them in a car compactor, but Lan and Famous intervene. However, FlashMan then strikes, and deletes DesertMan, but Chaud reappears and defeats him by using a Program Advance within CrossFusion.
2121'ShadeMan's Ambition'
Transcription: 'Shademan's Ambition (Shēdoman no Yabō)' (Japanese: シェードマンの野望)
February 28, 2004May 30, 2005
After witnessing the dark energy's decay on DesertMan and FlashMan's bodies, ShadeMan begins to distrust the Mysterious Man he's working for. Meanwhile, Lan and Chaud investigate a warehouse where DarkChips are being stored, but they encounter GravityMan (who ShadeMan sent) instead.
2222'BubbleMan's Plan'
Transcription: 'Bubbleman's Great Friend Strategy (Baburuman no Tomodachi Daisakusen)' (Japanese: バブルマンの友達大作戦)
March 6, 2004September 10, 2005
BubbleMan decides that the only way to defeat MegaMan is to use DoubleSoul. In his plan, he befriends IceMan and SpoutMan in hopes of fusing with their power. However, MegaMan intervenes and spoils BubbleMan's plan.
2323'The Super Power of Shiver'
Transcription: 'Super Energy of Terror (Senritsu no Chō Enerugī)' (Japanese: 戦慄の超エネルギー)
March 13, 2004June 13, 2005
The NetSavers meet Dr. Regal, a researcher who can help stop the Darkloids. While analyzing a Dimensional Area Converter salvaged by Raika, the NetSavers discover that these devices are powered by the souls of deleted NetNavis. Before more analysis can be conducted, Darkloid SparkMan appears and destroys the converter.
2424'Magma Battle'
Transcription: 'Red Hot Magma Fight (Shakunetsu Maguma no Tatakai)' (Japanese: 灼熱マグマの戦い)
March 20, 2004June 18, 2005
Chaud investigates another Darkloid attack involving BubbleMan and BurnerMan, leading him to a hot spring that Lan happens to be visiting. The two work together to stop the Darkloids, leading to a battle beneath the Earth's surface within a lake of magma.
2525'VideoMan Returns!'
Transcription: 'VideoMan, Returns! (Bideoman, Ritānzu!)' (Japanese: ビデオマン、リターンズ!)
March 27, 2004June 25, 2005
VideoMan begins attacking DenTech City with artificial MegaMen that he passes on through VHS tapes. Lan and Chaud track him down, but are forced to battle a slew of CrossFusion MegaMen. In the end, VideoMan is deleted when Chaud uses electromagnetic waves to destroy VideoMan's cloning abilities.
2626'Anetta's Revenge'
Transcription: 'Memory of the Blue Flame (Aoki Hinō no Kioku)' (Japanese: 青き炎の記憶)
April 3, 2004July 2, 2005
The NetSavers meet a girl named Anetta. Chaud befriends her, but she has a dark secret: she's really working for the Darkloids. Months ago, her NetNavi Silk was presumably deleted by ProtoMan, and she plans to trick Chaud into using a DarkChip. Chaud sees through her plan and reveals the truth behind Silk's deletion. Anetta then reveals that Dr. Regal is the leader of Nebula, so Ms. Yuri swiftly kidnaps her.
2727'Nebula's Secret Base'
Transcription: 'Decisive Battle! Nebula Base (Kessen! Nebyura Kichi)' (Japanese: 決戦!ネビュラ基地)
April 10, 2004July 9, 2005
Anetta is taken to Nebula's base on a transport ship, so Lan and Chaud chase after her. Aboard, they meet LaserMan, but ShadeMan intervenes to defeat him. Anetta is rescued, but Ms. Yuri prepares to detonate the ship with the kids aboard, and ShadeMan proceeds to defeat MegaMan and ProtoMan. In order to save the day, Chaud uses a DarkChip and creates Dark Protoman, Just before Shademan was about to delete MegaMan, Protoman gives MegaMan his soul and defeats ShadeMan using Protosoul, but ProtoMan vanishes into the darkness.
2828'Wavering Heart'
Transcription: 'Wavering Heart (Yureru Kokoro)' (Japanese: 揺れる心)
April 17, 2004July 16, 2005
Ms. Yuri is plotting to use holographic cloaking brooches at a modeling show to steal important data, and she sends SparkMan to distract Lan while she does so. However, Chaud appears and stops her plan, but faces ProtoMan, who admits that he is now a Darkloid working with Nebula.
2929'Chaud VS ProtoMan'
Transcription: 'Enzan VS Blues (Enzan Bāsasu Burūsu)' (Japanese: 炎山VSブルース)
April 24, 2004July 23, 2005
Chaud is having trouble dealing with the loss of ProtoMan to darkness, but Lan helps comfort him with his loss. Later, when GravityMan and ProtoMan attack, Chaud is forced to fight against his own NetNavi to protect important NetSaver data while Lan handles GravityMan.
3029.5'SpoutMan's New Hero!'
Transcription: 'Love Love Aquaman (Raburabu Akuaman)' (Japanese: ラブラブアクアマン)
May 1, 2004Aired only in Canada
When MegaMan rescues SpoutMan from a Darkloid attack, SpoutMan begins idolizing his new hero and following him everywhere, causing Roll to grow jealous. Meanwhile, BurnerMan attacks, and MegaMan must fight, but SpoutMan and Roll get in the way. In the end, BurnerMan is deleted when MegaMan uses SpoutSoul against the Darkloid.
3130'Space Junk!'
Transcription: 'Object J from the Satellite (Eisei Kara no Buttai Jankuman)' (Japanese: 衛星からの物体J)
May 8, 2004July 30, 2005
Yai needs her friends' help again. An AyanoTech satellite has been covered in space debris, so Lan and co. board a space station built from junk to solve the problem. In the station's network, MegaMan meets JunkDataMan, the NetNavi responsible for the mess, and a misunderstanding leads to a battle between the two.
3231'Commander Beef Returns!'
Transcription: 'Revival! Commander Beef (Fukkatsu! Bīfu Shirei)' (Japanese: 復活!ビーフ司令)
May 15, 2004September 3, 2005
The NetAgents have returned to DenTech City, and Lan is shocked to learn that everyone already knew their identities were Sal, Miyu, and Maysa. Mr. Gauss also returns to town to make a deal with Ms. Yuri, but mistakening Ms. Mari for her, he holds her hostage. Commander Beef dashes to rescue his love from danger.
3332'The BattleChip Gate'
Transcription: 'Cross Fusion #0 (Kurosu Fyūjon Zero Gō)' (Japanese: クロスフュージョン0号)
May 22, 2004August 6, 2005
Lan meets Misaki, the first person to test CrossFusion. Misaki uses his NetNavi PrismMan to help in the capture of GravityMan. However, Misaki is overcome with his desire to CrossFuse, and Ms. Yuri uses his desires to lure him toward a trap. Meanwhile, Chaud assists Lan with the Battle Chip Gate to delete GravityMan using the Program Advance.
3433'Wanted: PrismMan'
Transcription: 'Search for the Suspect Prisman (Shimeitehai wa Purizuman)' (Japanese: 指名手配はプリズマン)
May 29, 2004August 13, 2005
Misaki uses the power of a Dark SynchroChip to CrossFuse, but as a side-effect, his human heart is enriched with darkness. Captured by the NetSavers, they begin to heal him, but Ms. Yuri reinstitutes his darkness, causing him to escape. Lan battles with Misaki in CrossFusion, but the battle causes Lan's PET to be badly damaged.
3534'Nebula's Great Invasion!'
Transcription: 'Nebula's Great Invasion! (Nebyura Daishinkō!)' (Japanese: ネビュラ大侵攻!)
June 5, 2004August 20, 2005
Lan must use his own body in order to help rebuild MegaMan after his PET is damaged beyond repair. Meanwhile, Nebula sends NovaMan, BrightMan, SwordMan, and FridgeMan to attack various locations. In Lan's absence, Raika works with old friend Raoul to stop the invasion. BrightMan is deleted, and the others retreat.
3635'The New PET'
Transcription: 'Completion! New Style PET! (Kansei! Shingata Petto!)' (Japanese: 完成!新型PET!)
June 12, 2004August 27, 2005
Dr. Hikari finishes Lan's new PET, the PET II, which amplifies CrossFusion abilities, but the installation isn't completed. However, Dark ProtoMan infiltrates the Sci-Labs to destroy the PET (with MegaMan inside). Anetta takes the PET and Dark ProtoMan gives chase with Chaud close behind to rescue her. Chaud and Anetta work together to capture Dark ProtoMan, but NovaMan appears to finish the job. The installation in PET II is finally completed. Lan appears and, using the PET II, easily deletes NovaMan.
3736'Mysterious Masked Navi'
Transcription: 'Mysterious Masked Navi (Nazo no Fukumen Nabi)' (Japanese: 謎の覆面ナビ)
June 19, 2004November 28, 2005
Lan becomes arrogant with his new PET II's powers, so Chaud and Raoul pose as afro wig-wearing villains to teach Lan a lesson. However, SwordMan appears to cause problems, and he overcomes ThunderMan in battle. MegaMan uses ThunderSoul to stop SwordMan.
38-'Flying to Shiisaa Island'
Transcription: 'Tonde Shīsā Airando' (Japanese: 飛んでシーサーアイランド)
June 26, 2004Not aired in English
Lan and his friends' NetNavis disappear in a tornado of wind, and they track them to Shiisaa Island. There, they meet Lily and her NetNavi WindBlastMan. Ms. Yuri also appears on the island, hoping to steal the data within an ancient relic. When SpikeMan disrupts the relic, a huge storm brews over the island, and using WindSoul MegaMan defeats Spikeman.
39-'Go to Hell by Train!?'
Transcription: 'Ressha de Gō tu heru!?' (Japanese: 列車でGO to hell!?)
July 3, 2004Not aired in English
Lan and Chisao are leaving a theme park on a train when SparkMan attacks the train's network. Sal has been tailing the NetNavi and sends WoodMan in to help with MegaMan. In order to delete SparkMan, MegaMan and WoodMan combine their powers to create WoodSoul.
4037'Underground Hero'
Transcription: 'Hero of the Earth's Bowels (Chi no Soko no Eiyū)' (Japanese: 地の底の英雄)
July 10, 2004November 29, 2005
A Dimensional Area has appeared over a factory in Sharo, so Raika calls for Lan to help infiltrate it against his general's orders. Inside, they meet FridgeMan who is trying to steal minerals. Upon his defeat, Lan learns that Raika was mostly trying to rescue his pet dog that was trapped in the factory.
4138'Allegro'
Transcription: 'Allegro (Areguro)' (Japanese: アレグロ)
July 17, 2004November 30, 2005
While Lan is away in Sharo, Chaud and Maylu work together to investigate the disappearance of NetNavis who participated in the N1 Grand Prix last year. They meet a robot named Allegro and also re-encounter Kid Grave, now being controlled by Bass. After causing so much trouble, Bass gets rid of Allegro by destroying his CPU, and rejects an offer by Dark ProtoMan to join Nebula.
42-'Maylu's First Date'
Transcription: 'Meiru no Hatsu Dēto' (Japanese: メイルの初デート)
July 24, 2004Not aired in English
After having a dream about performing CrossFusion, Maylu wishes to do so and protect Lan for a change. While on a date together at an amusement park, SwordMan attacks and Lan drops his SynchroChip. Maylu picks it up, determined to CrossFuse, but she fails. In the end, Lan saves her again, but their relationship has grown.
43-'Top and Grandchild'
Transcription: 'Koma to Mago' (Japanese: コマとマゴ)
July 31, 2004Not aired in English
An elderly man named Tensuke wishes to better connect with his grandson who cares more about NetBattling, not Tensuke's love for tops. Lan and Maylu decide to help Tensuke perfect his NetBattling skills with NetNavi TopMan.
4439'MistMan's Tower'
Transcription: 'Fear of Summer Vacation (Natsu Yasumi no Kyōfu)' (Japanese: 夏休みの恐怖)
August 7, 2004December 1, 2005
While on summer vacation, Lan and Maylu search around the world for a beetle and find themselves in ancient desert ruins. There, they find a magic lamp that summons MistMan, a NetNavi genie, but Ms. Yuri, SwordMan, and FridgeMan also seek the power of MistMan. In the end, MistMan is freed and helps MegaMan in deleting both SwordMan and FridgeMan.
45-'Rush Runs Away'
Transcription: 'Rasshu no Iede' (Japanese: ラッシュの家出)
August 14, 2004Not aired in English
When Maylu receives a new kitten, Rush feels neglected and runs away on the internet. He befriends a Maloko sheep virus, but BubbleMan is causing electrical interference throughout the city in hopes of reviving ShadeMan. Rush and the Maloko intervene.
4640'The Great NetPolice Battle!'
Transcription: 'The Great Net Police Battle! (Netto Keisatsu Daikōbōsen!)' (Japanese: ネット警察大攻防戦!)
August 21, 2004December 2, 2005
Using Control X, the NetSavers plan to locate Dr. Regal's hidden space hideout. But to stop their plan, Nebula sends an army of previously-deleted Darkloids after the program. MegaMan, SearchMan, and the NetPolice re-delete the Darkloids while Dark ProtoMan goes straight for the program that Chaud and Anetta are working with. Meanwhile, Bass appears and revives ShadeMan.
4741'Get Dr. Regal!'
Transcription: 'A Message from Outer Space (Uchiu Kara no Messēji)' (Japanese: 宇宙からのメッセージ)
August 28, 2004December 5, 2005
With the help of Yai and his friends, Lan blasts off to space to stop Dr. Regal against the NetSavers' orders. JunkDataMan also reappears to help the kids by giving MegaMan JunkDataSoul to clear the space of junk. When Lan reaches the station, he's instead confronted by Dark ProtoMan, and after the battle, the space station sends on a crash-course to Earth. However, JunkDataMan is able to rescue the children at the last moment.
4842'Ms. Yuri's Mission'
Transcription: 'Mariko and Yuriko (Mariko to Yuriko)' (Japanese: まりことゆりこ)
September 4, 2004December 6, 2005
When Ms. Mari witnesses the apparent death of Ms. Yuri, she reveals the truth about her twin sister that she was separated from at a young age. However, Ms. Yuri returns to life and is ordered to kill her sister. She takes Misaki hostage and reveals that she's a superhuman descendant of Duo, an intergalactic force that will soon arrive on Earth. Lan and the kids intervene and try to stop Ms. Yuri who uses a Dark SynchroChip to fight, but she is swayed against Nebula. In the end, Dark ProtoMan appears and strikes, presumably killing both Ms. Yuri and Misaki.
4943'ProtoMan Returns'
Transcription: 'Farewell Blues (Saraba Burūsu)' (Japanese: さらば ブルース)
September 11, 2004December 7, 2005
The NetSavers and Lan's friends have devised a plan to bring ProtoMan back from the darkness with a VaccineChip. Luring him into a trap at a deserted hotel, the plan is put into motion, but the chip fails. Chaud performs CrossFusion with Dark ProtoMan to try and cure him, sending the two into a world of memories where they battle with the darkness. The darkness is eventually alleviated, but Chaud and ProtoMan are both hospitalized after the battle.
5044'Dark VS Dark'
Transcription: 'Battle of Dark Against Dark (Dāku Tai Dāku no Kessen)' (Japanese: ダーク対ダークの決戦)
September 18, 2004December 8, 2005
Revived, ShadeMan plans to get revenge on Dr. Regal. First, he captures Rush and uses his technology to appear in the real world without the aid of a Dimensional Area. He goes on a rampage through DenTech City to find Dr. Regal, but Lan intervenes. However, once Dr. Regal appears, he unveils a tower of Dimensional Area Converters and covers the entire planet.
5145'Dr. Regal's Rampage'
Transcription: 'At the Place Where Light Reaches (Hikari Todoku Basho)' (Japanese: 光とどく場所)
September 25, 2004December 9, 2005
Dr. Regal uses a Dark SynchroChip to fuse with his NetNavi, LaserMan, and then proceeds to rip ShadeMan to shreds. Then, giant-sized LaserMen begin attacking cities throughout the world. Lan uses DoubleSoul during CrossFusion to fight Regal, but it zaps his power. CrossFusion ProtoMan reappears to help fight, but Regal proceeds to attack the Sci-Labs. However, the pleas of the NetNavis' souls (powering the Dimensional Area Converters) revives Lan and he achieves FullSynchro, completely destroying Dr. Regal. With peace restored, everyone watches a night sky of shooting stars, including Ms. Yuri who claims 'As one chapter ends, another one begins.'

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The Rockman EXE (ロックマンエグゼRokkuman Eguze) television anime series, known in North America as MegaMan NT Warrior, is produced by Xebec. It is composed of five series and a feature film, Rockman EXE the Movie: Program of Light and Dark. The first series began airing on March 4, 2002 in Japan, with the fifth series concluding on September 30, 2006, totaling 209 episodes. The final series, Beast+, was marketed as a stand-alone series and its episodes were reduced to a ten-minute run-time.

EXE and Axess were adapted in English by Viz Media and aired on Kids' WB in the United States, beginning May 17, 2003.

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Episode list[edit]

MegaMan NT Warrior[edit]

Orig. Ep#Dub Ep#Dub Title/Translated Title
Original Japanese Title
Original AirdateEnglish Airdate
11'Jack In! MegaMan!'
Transcription: 'Plug-in! Rockman (Puragu-in! Rokkuman)' (Japanese: プラグイン!ロックマン)
March 4, 2002May 17, 2003
22'Subway Scramble!'
Transcription: 'Subway Panic! (Chikatetsu Ōbōsō!)' (Japanese: 地下鉄大暴走!)
March 11, 2002May 24, 2003
33'Traffic Signal Chaos!'
Transcription: 'Signal Panic! (Shigunaru Panikku!)' (Japanese: シグナルパニック!)
March 18, 2002May 31, 2003
44'Count to Three!'
Transcription: 'Count to Three!! (Mittsu Kazoero!!)' (Japanese: 三つ数えろ!!)
March 25, 2002June 7, 2003
55'Robotic Fish Gone Wild!'
Transcription: 'Challenge of the Rampaging Fish! (Bōsō Sakana no Chōsen!)' (Japanese: 暴走魚の挑戦!)
April 1, 2002June 14, 2003
66'Ice Ice Baby!'
Transcription: 'Subzero Brawl! (Reika no Nettō!)' (Japanese: 零下の熱闘!)
April 8, 2002November 24, 2004
77'Game Off!'
Transcription: 'Midnight Duel! (Mayonaka no Kettō!)' (Japanese: 真夜中の決闘!)
April 15, 2002November 25, 2004
88'Hot Tempers!'
Transcription: 'Revenge Fireman! (Ribenji Faiaman!)' (Japanese: リベンジ ファイアマン!)
April 22, 2002November 29, 2004
99'The Yoga Warrior!'
Transcription: 'Yoga Soldier of Terror! (Kyōfu no Yoga Senshi!)' (Japanese: 恐怖のヨガ戦士!)
April 29, 2002June 21, 2003
1010'N1 Grand Prix!'
Transcription: 'N1 Grand Prix! (N1 (Enuan) Guranpuri!)' (Japanese: N1(エヌワン)グランプリ!)
May 6, 2002June 28, 2003
1111'Skullmania!'
Transcription: 'Invisible Enemy! (Miezaru Teki!)' (Japanese: 見えざる敵!)
May 13, 2002July 5, 2003
1212'Wacky Madness & Blazing Battles! (Part 1)'
Transcription: 'Clash! Pink Spark! (Gekitotsu! Pinku no Hibana!)' (Japanese: 激突! ピンクの火花!)
May 20, 2002July 12, 2003
1313'Wacky Madness & Blazing Battles! (Part 2)'
Transcription: 'Red Hot Net Battle! (Shakunetsu no Nettobatoru!)' (Japanese: 灼熱のネットバトル!)
May 27, 2002July 19, 2003
1414'Street Fight!'
Transcription: 'Street Fight! (Sutorīto Faito!)' (Japanese: ストリートファイト!)
June 3, 2002July 26, 2003
1515'The Legendary Program Advance!'
Transcription: 'Intensive Training! Program Advance! (Tokkun! Puroguramu Adobansu!)' (Japanese: 特訓! プログラムアドバンス!)
June 17, 2002August 2, 2003
1616'The Solo NetNavis!'
Transcription: 'Miraculous NetNavis! (Kyōi no Nettonabi!)' (Japanese: 驚異のネットナビ!)
June 24, 2002August 9, 2003
1717'Something's Fishy with Commander Beef!'
Transcription: 'Commander Beef's True Identity! (Bīfu Shirei no Shōtai!)' (Japanese: ビーフ司令の正体!)
July 1, 2002August 16, 2003
1818'Evil Empress Roll! (Part 1)'
Transcription: 'Secret Operation! World Three! (An'yaku! Wārudosurī!)' (Japanese: 暗躍! ワールドスリー!)
July 8, 2002May 1, 2004
1919'Evil Empress Roll! (Part 2)'
Transcription: 'Horror! Devil Chip! (Senritsu! Akuma Chippu!)' (Japanese: 戦慄! 悪魔チップ!)
July 15, 2002May 3, 2004
2020'There's No 'I' in Team! (Part 1)'
Transcription: 'Yaito-chan's Close Call! (Yaito-chan no Kiki Ippatsu!)' (Japanese: やいとちゃん危機一髪!)
July 22, 2002May 4, 2004
2121'There's No 'I' in Team! (Part 2)'
Transcription: 'Strongest Tag BR Whirlwind! (Saikyō Taggu BR Senpū!)' (Japanese: 最強タッグBR旋風!)
July 29, 2002May 4, 2004
2222'That Sinking Feeling!'
Transcription: 'The Final Battle's End (Fainaru Batoru no Hate ni)' (Japanese: ファイナルバトルのはてに)
August 5, 2002May 5, 2004
2323'PharaohMan Reborn!'
Transcription: 'King of Destruction Pharaohman! (Hametsu no Ō Faraoman!)' (Japanese: 破滅の王ファラオマン!)
August 12, 2002May 6, 2004
2424'Rebuilding MegaMan!'
Transcription: 'Rockman Revival Strategy! (Rokkuman Fukkatsu Sakusen!)' (Japanese: ロックマン復活作戦!)
August 19, 2002May 7, 2004
2525'MegaMan Lives!'
Transcription: 'Revive! Rockman! (Yomigaere! Rokkuman!)' (Japanese: 甦れ! ロックマン!)
August 26, 2002May 8, 2004
26-'Bizarre! Mystery of the Ghost Ship!'
Transcription: 'Kaiki! Yūreisen no Nazo!' (Japanese: 怪奇! 幽霊船の謎!)
September 2, 2002Not aired in English
27-'To Become an Idol!'
Transcription: 'Aidoru ni Narimasu!' (Japanese: アイドルになります!)
September 9, 2002Not aired in English
2826'MegaMan Stolen!'
Transcription: 'Rockman Stolen! (Musumareta Rokkuman!)' (Japanese: 盗まれたロックマン!)
September 16, 2002October 15, 2004
2927'SnakeMan's Survival Seven'
Transcription: 'The Poison Snake Madam's Trap! (Dokuhebi Madamu no Wana!)' (Japanese: 毒ヘビマダムの罠!)
September 24, 2002October 22, 2004
3028'Don't Mess with Mama Zap!'
Transcription: 'Elec Mama's Blitzkrieg Strategy! (Erekimama no Dengeki Sakusen!)' (Japanese: エレキママの電撃作戦!)
September 30, 2002November 30, 2004
3129'The Great Curry NetBattle'
Transcription: 'A Splendid Curry Battle! (Kareinaru Karē Batoru!)' (Japanese: 華麗なるカレーバトル!)
October 7, 2002December 1, 2004
3230'NetCity!'
Transcription: 'Internet City (Intānetto Shiti)' (Japanese: インターネットシティ)
October 14, 2002May 15, 2004
3331'The Virus Factory'
Transcription: 'Crush the Virus Factory! (Uirusu Kōjō o Buttsu se!)' (Japanese: ウイルス工場をぶっ潰せ!)
October 21, 2002May 22, 2004
3432'Electronic Money Panic!'
Transcription: 'Electronic Money Panic! (Denshi Manē Daikonran!)' (Japanese: 電子マネー大混乱!)
October 28, 2002June 26, 2004
3533'Countdown to Catastrophe!'
Transcription: '0 Seconds Before the Dam Breaks! (Damu Kekkai Zero Byōmae!)' (Japanese: ダム決壊0秒前!)
November 4, 2002October 8, 2004
3634'DenTech City's Deep Freeze!'
Transcription: 'Plan to Turn Densan City Antarctic! (Densan Shiti Nankyokuka Keikaku!)' (Japanese: デンサンシティ南極化計画!)
November 11, 2002June 5, 2004
3735'Crimson Flash!'
Transcription: 'Crimson Flash! (Nakai Senkō!)' (Japanese: 紅い閃光!)
November 18, 2002Aired only in Canada
3836'CutMan Brothers!'
Transcription: 'Strangely Strong! Cutman Brothers! (Hen ni Tsuyoizo! Kattoman Burazāzu!)' (Japanese: ヘンに強いぞ! カットマンブラザーズ!)
November 25, 2002Aired only in Canada
3937'Guess Who's Coming to NetBattle!'
Transcription: 'Pretty Pretty Princess! (Puripuri Purinsesu!)' (Japanese: ぷりぷりプリンセス!)
December 2, 2002December 2, 2004
4038'Chess Mess!'
Transcription: 'I'll Battle You! (Batttotarunen!)' (Japanese: ばとったるねん!)
December 9, 2002December 7, 2004
4139'The Incredible Rush!'
Transcription: 'The Good Dog Rush! (Meiken Rasshu!)' (Japanese: 名犬ラッシュ!)
December 16, 2002December 8, 2004
4240'Working for Grave'
Transcription: 'Changing Jobs to Gospel! (Tenshoku Saki wa Gosuperu!)' (Japanese: 転職先はゴスペル!)
December 23, 2002July 10, 2004
43-'Take Me Out to the Ball Game!'
Transcription: 'Boku o Yakyū ni Tsuretette!' (Japanese: 僕を野球に連れてって!)
December 30, 2002Not aired in English
4441'KnightMan's Betrayal!'
Transcription: 'Knightman's Betrayal! (Uragiri no Naitoman!)' (Japanese: 裏切りのナイトマン!)
January 6, 2003July 3, 2004
4542'To the Moon!'
Transcription: 'To the Moon! (Ano Tsuki e Ike!)' (Japanese: あの月へ行け!)
January 13, 2003June 12, 2004
4643'Mr. Wily's Legacy!'
Transcription: 'Dr. Wily's Legacy! (Wairi-hakase no Isan!)' (Japanese: ワイリー博士の遺産!)
January 20, 2003July 17, 2004
4744'The NetMobile Grand Prix!'
Transcription: 'Net Mobile Grand Prix! (Netto Mōbiru Guranpuri!)' (Japanese: ネットモービルグランプリ!)
January 27, 2003June 19, 2004
4845'The VirusBeast!'
Transcription: 'The Cybernetic Monster! (Dennō no Mamono!)' (Japanese: 電脳の魔物!)
February 3, 2003July 24, 2004
4946'Grave'
Transcription: 'Gospel (Gosperu)' (Japanese: ゴスペル)
February 10, 2003July 31, 2004
5047'Bass'
Transcription: 'Forte (Forute)' (Japanese: フォルテ)
February 17, 2003August 7, 2004
5148'The End of the End!'
Transcription: 'Moment of Break-Down! (Hōkai no Toki!)' (Japanese: 崩壊の刻(とき)!)
February 24, 2003August 14, 2004
52-'Secret of the Ayanokōji House!'
Transcription: 'Ayanokōjike no Himitsu!' (Japanese: 綾小路家の秘密!)
March 3, 2003Not aired in English
5349'NetBattle of the Hearts!'
Transcription: 'Commander Beef VS Netto-kun! (Bīfu Shirei Bāsasu Netto-kun!)' (Japanese: ビーフ司令VS熱斗くん!)
March 10, 2003Aired only in Canada
5450'Chisao's in Town!'
Transcription: 'Chisao Comes to Town! (Chisao ga Machi ni Yattekita!)' (Japanese: チサオが町にやってきた!)
March 17, 2003November 23, 2004
5551'From Here to Revolutionary PETs'
Transcription: 'Blues's Long Day (Burūsu no Nagai Ichinichi)' (Japanese: ブルースの長い一日)
March 24, 2003December 9, 2004
5652'Virus Busters!'
Transcription: 'Virus Busters! (Uirusu Basutāzu!)' (Japanese: ウイルスバスターズ !)
March 31, 2003August 21, 2004

MegaMan NT Warrior: Axess[edit]

Orig. Ep#Dub Ep#Dub Title/Translated Title
Original Japanese Title
Original AirdateEnglish Airdate
11'Cross Fusion!'
Transcription: 'Cross Fusion! (Kurosu Fyūjon!)' (Japanese: クロスフュージョン!)
October 4, 2003November 22, 2004
22'NetCity No More!'
Transcription: 'Net City Disappearance! (Nettoshiti Shōmetsu!)' (Japanese: ネットシティ消滅!)
October 11, 2003March 1, 2005
33'Bubble Trouble!'
Transcription: 'JABAJABA Dangerous Foam! (Jabajaba Yabai Mizu no Awa!)' (Japanese: じゃばじゃばやばい水の泡!)
October 18, 2003March 2, 2005
44'DoubleSoul!'
Transcription: 'Soul Unison! (Sōru Unizon!)' (Japanese: ソウルユニゾン!)
October 25, 2003March 3, 2005
55'Metal Hot Spring! Ow It's Hot!'
Transcription: 'Metal Hot Spring HOT HOT! (Metaru Onsen Acchicchi!)' (Japanese: メタル温泉アッチッチ!)
November 1, 2003March 4, 2005
66'A Dangerous Bowling Game!'
Transcription: 'The Most Dangerous Ball Game! (Mottomo Kiken na Kyūgi!)' (Japanese: 最も危険な球技!)
November 8, 2003March 7, 2005
77'The CyberGarden of Doom!'
Transcription: 'Electric Flower Garden! (Denshi no Hanazono!)' (Japanese: 電子の花園!)
November 15, 2003March 8, 2005
88'Friendship in the Mirror'
Transcription: 'Friendship in the Mirror (Kagami no Naka no Yūjoū)' (Japanese: 鏡のなかの友情)
November 22, 2003March 9, 2005
99'Dex Returns!'
Transcription: 'Dekao Returns! (Kaettekita Dekao!)' (Japanese: 帰ってきたデカオ!)
November 29, 2003March 10, 2005
1010'Threat of the DarkChips!'
Transcription: 'The Dark Chip Menace! (Dākuchippu no Kyōi!)' (Japanese: ダークチップの脅威!)
December 6, 2003March 14, 2005
1111'The Unsafe Safe!'
Transcription: 'Beat the Safecracker! (Kinkoyaburi o Yattsukero!)' (Japanese: 金庫破りをやっつけろ!)
December 13, 2003March 15, 2005
1212'Code of Conduct'
Transcription: 'The Steel Sniper (Kōtetsu no Sunaipā)' (Japanese: 鋼鉄のスナイパー)
December 20, 2003April 11, 2005
1313'CrossFusion for All!'
Transcription: 'Cross Fusion Disappearance! (Kurosufyūjon Shōmetsu!)' (Japanese: クロスフュージョン消滅!)
December 27, 2003April 18, 2005
1414'The Purloined Princess!'
Transcription: 'The Stolen Princess! (Musumareta Purinsesu!)' (Japanese: 盗まれたプリンセス!)
January 4, 2004March 17, 2005
1515'The Incredible Guts!'
Transcription: 'Incredible Guts! (Inkurejiburu Gattsu!)' (Japanese: 超人ガッツ!)
January 17, 2004April 25, 2005
1616'It's All How You Look at It!'
Transcription: 'Cute! Demon? (Kawaii! Akuma?)' (Japanese: カワイイ!悪魔?)
January 24, 2004June 6, 2005
1717'SavageMan Returns!'
Transcription: 'The Assaulting Beastman! (Kyōshū Bīsutoman!)' (Japanese: 強襲ビーストマン!)
January 31, 2004May 2, 2005
1818'The Man from Sharo'
Transcription: 'The Man Who Came from Sharo (Shāro Kara Kita Otoko)' (Japanese: シャーロから来た男)
February 7, 2004May 9, 2005
1919'SearchSoul!'
Transcription: 'Search Soul! (Sāchi Sōru!)' (Japanese: サーチソウル!)
February 14, 2004May 19, 2005
2020'Dark Secret'
Transcription: 'Hand Over the Dark Chip! (Dāku Chippu o Yokose!)' (Japanese: ダークチップをよこせ!)
February 21, 2004May 3, 2005
2121'ShadeMan's Ambition'
Transcription: 'Shademan's Ambition (Shēdoman no Yabō)' (Japanese: シェードマンの野望)
February 28, 2004May 30, 2005
2222'BubbleMan's Plan'
Transcription: 'Bubbleman's Great Friend Strategy (Baburuman no Tomodachi Daisakusen)' (Japanese: バブルマンの友達大作戦)
March 6, 2004September 10, 2005
2323'The Super Power of Shiver'
Transcription: 'Super Energy of Terror (Senritsu no Chō Enerugī)' (Japanese: 戦慄の超エネルギー)
March 13, 2004June 13, 2005
2424'Magma Battle'
Transcription: 'Red Hot Magma Fight (Shakunetsu Maguma no Tatakai)' (Japanese: 灼熱マグマの戦い)
March 20, 2004June 18, 2005
2525'VideoMan Returns!'
Transcription: 'VideoMan, Returns! (Bideoman, Ritānzu!)' (Japanese: ビデオマン、リターンズ!)
March 27, 2004June 25, 2005
2626'Anetta's Revenge'
Transcription: 'Memory of the Blue Flame (Aoki Hinō no Kioku)' (Japanese: 青き炎の記憶)
April 3, 2004July 2, 2005
2727'Nebula's Secret Base'
Transcription: 'Decisive Battle! Nebula Base (Kessen! Nebyura Kichi)' (Japanese: 決戦!ネビュラ基地)
April 10, 2004July 9, 2005
2828'Wavering Heart'
Transcription: 'Wavering Heart (Yureru Kokoro)' (Japanese: 揺れる心)
April 17, 2004July 16, 2005
2929'Chaud VS ProtoMan'
Transcription: 'Enzan VS Blues (Enzan Bāsasu Burūsu)' (Japanese: 炎山VSブルース)
April 24, 2004July 23, 2005
3029.5'SpoutMan's New Hero!'
Transcription: 'Love Love Aquaman (Raburabu Akuaman)' (Japanese: ラブラブアクアマン)
May 1, 2004Aired only in Canada
3130'Space Junk!'
Transcription: 'Object J from the Satellite (Eisei Kara no Buttai Jankuman)' (Japanese: 衛星からの物体J)
May 8, 2004July 30, 2005
3231'Commander Beef Returns!'
Transcription: 'Revival! Commander Beef (Fukkatsu! Bīfu Shirei)' (Japanese: 復活!ビーフ司令)
May 15, 2004September 3, 2005
3332'The BattleChip Gate'
Transcription: 'Cross Fusion #0 (Kurosu Fyūjon Zero Gō)' (Japanese: クロスフュージョン0号)
May 22, 2004August 6, 2005
3433'Wanted: PrismMan'
Transcription: 'Search for the Suspect Prisman (Shimeitehai wa Purizuman)' (Japanese: 指名手配はプリズマン)
May 29, 2004August 13, 2005
3534'Nebula's Great Invasion!'
Transcription: 'Nebula's Great Invasion! (Nebyura Daishinkō!)' (Japanese: ネビュラ大侵攻!)
June 5, 2004August 20, 2005
3635'The New PET'
Transcription: 'Completion! New Style PET! (Kansei! Shingata Petto!)' (Japanese: 完成!新型PET!)
June 12, 2004August 27, 2005
3736'Mysterious Masked Navi'
Transcription: 'Mysterious Masked Navi (Nazo no Fukumen Nabi)' (Japanese: 謎の覆面ナビ)
June 19, 2004November 28, 2005
38-'Flying to Shiisaa Island'
Transcription: 'Tonde Shīsā Airando' (Japanese: 飛んでシーサーアイランド)
June 26, 2004Not aired in English
39-'Go to Hell by Train!?'
Transcription: 'Ressha de Gō tu heru!?' (Japanese: 列車でGO to hell!?)
July 3, 2004Not aired in English
4037'Underground Hero'
Transcription: 'Hero of the Earth's Bowels (Chi no Soko no Eiyū)' (Japanese: 地の底の英雄)
July 10, 2004November 29, 2005
4138'Allegro'
Transcription: 'Allegro (Areguro)' (Japanese: アレグロ)
July 17, 2004November 30, 2005
42-'Maylu's First Date'
Transcription: 'Meiru no Hatsu Dēto' (Japanese: メイルの初デート)
July 24, 2004Not aired in English
43-'Top and Grandchild'
Transcription: 'Koma to Mago' (Japanese: コマとマゴ)
July 31, 2004Not aired in English
4439'MistMan's Tower'
Transcription: 'Fear of Summer Vacation (Natsu Yasumi no Kyōfu)' (Japanese: 夏休みの恐怖)
August 7, 2004December 1, 2005
45-'Rush Runs Away'
Transcription: 'Rasshu no Iede' (Japanese: ラッシュの家出)
August 14, 2004Not aired in English
4640'The Great NetPolice Battle!'
Transcription: 'The Great Net Police Battle! (Netto Keisatsu Daikōbōsen!)' (Japanese: ネット警察大攻防戦!)
August 21, 2004December 2, 2005
4741'Get Dr. Regal!'
Transcription: 'A Message from Outer Space (Uchiu Kara no Messēji)' (Japanese: 宇宙からのメッセージ)
August 28, 2004December 5, 2005
4842'Ms. Yuri's Mission'
Transcription: 'Mariko and Yuriko (Mariko to Yuriko)' (Japanese: まりことゆりこ)
September 4, 2004December 6, 2005
4943'ProtoMan Returns'
Transcription: 'Farewell Blues (Saraba Burūsu)' (Japanese: さらば ブルース)
September 11, 2004December 7, 2005
5044'Dark VS Dark'
Transcription: 'Battle of Dark Against Dark (Dāku Tai Dāku no Kessen)' (Japanese: ダーク対ダークの決戦)
September 18, 2004December 8, 2005
5145'Dr. Regal's Rampage'
Transcription: 'At the Place Where Light Reaches (Hikari Todoku Basho)' (Japanese: 光とどく場所)
September 25, 2004December 9, 2005

Rockman EXE Stream[edit]

EP#TitleOriginal airdate
1'Duo'
Transcription: 'Dyūo' (Japanese: デューオ)
October 2, 2004
2'Earth Erasure'
Transcription: 'Chikyū Massatsu' (Japanese: 地球抹殺)
October 9, 2004
3'Threat of the Asteroid'
Transcription: 'Asuteroido no Kyōi' (Japanese: アステロイドの脅威)
October 16, 2004
4'Salad Memorial Day?!'
Transcription: 'Sarada Kinenbi!?' (Japanese: サラダ記念日!?)
October 23, 2004
5'Fly the Skies Flirty Rascal!'
Transcription: 'Soratobu Nanpa Yarō!' (Japanese: 空飛ぶナンパ野郎!)
October 30, 2004
6'Stone Panic!'
Transcription: 'Sutōn Panikku!' (Japanese: ストーンパニック!)
November 6, 2004
7'Navi Car Race!'
Transcription: 'Nabi Kā Rēsu!' (Japanese: ナビカーレース!)
November 13, 2004
8'Calling on Colonel!'
Transcription: 'Kāneru Sanjō!' (Japanese: カーネル参上!)
November 20, 2004
9'Revival! Neo WWW'
Transcription: 'Fukkatsu! Neo Wārudo Surī' (Japanese: 復活! ネオWWW)
November 27, 2004
10'Rhapsody in Pink'
Transcription: 'Rapusodi in Pinku' (Japanese: ラプソディ イン ピンク)
December 4, 2004
11'Concrete Jungle'
Transcription: 'Konkurīto Janguru' (Japanese: コンクリートジャングル)
December 11, 2004
12'Jawaii Curry and Tomahawk'
Transcription: 'Jawaī Karē to Tomahōku' (Japanese: ジャワイカレーとトマホーク)
December 18, 2004
13'Jasmine'
Transcription: 'Jasumin' (Japanese: ジャスミン)
December 25, 2004
14'Bubble GoGoGo!'
Transcription: 'Baburu GoGoGo!' (Japanese: バブルGoGoGo!)
January 8, 2005
15'Icy Invention... de koff!?[1]'
Transcription: 'Kōri no Hatsumei... de kofu!?' (Japanese: 氷の発明...でコフ!?)
January 15, 2005
16'Gravity Diet of Terror!'
Transcription: 'Kyōfu no Gurabiti Daietto!' (Japanese: 恐怖の重力ダイエット!)
January 22, 2005
17'Dark Chip Again'
Transcription: 'Dāku Chippu Futatabi' (Japanese: ダークチップ再び)
January 29, 2005
18'Sword and Samurai'
Transcription: 'Tsurugi to Samurai' (Japanese: 剣とサムライ)
February 5, 2005
19'The Explosion that Carries Happiness'
Transcription: 'Shiawase o Hakobu Bakuhatsu' (Japanese: 幸せを運ぶ爆発)
February 12, 2005
20'Stormy Vacation'
Transcription: 'Arashi no Bakansu' (Japanese: 嵐のバカンス)
February 19, 2005
21'Dr. Wily's Daughter'
Transcription: 'Dokutā Wairī no Musume' (Japanese: ドクターワイリーの娘)
February 26, 2005
22'Dekao, Curry Transformation'
Transcription: 'Dekao, Karēnaru Henshin' (Japanese: デカオ,カレーなる転身)
March 5, 2005
23'Nihao! Net Hermit[2]'
Transcription: 'Nīhao! Netto Sennin' (Japanese: ニーハオ! ネット仙人)
March 12, 2005
24'Narcy's Retirement'
Transcription: 'Narushī Dattai' (Japanese: ナルシー脱退)
March 19, 2005
25'Terrible Birthday Present'
Transcription: 'Senritsu no Bāsudē Purezento' (Japanese: 戦慄のバースディプレゼント)
March 26, 2005
26'Icy Asteroid Castle'
Transcription: 'Kōri no Asuteroido Jō' (Japanese: 氷のアステロイド城)
April 2, 2005
27'Route-san's Close Call!'
Transcription: 'Rūto-san Kiki Ippatsu!' (Japanese: ルートさん危機一髪!)
April 9, 2005
28'Pink Punch Meiru'
Transcription: 'Pinku Panchi Meiru' (Japanese: ピンクパンチメイル)
April 16, 2005
29'The Safecracking Man'
Transcription: 'Kinkoyaburi no Otoko' (Japanese: 金庫破りの男)
April 23, 2005
30'Tesla - A Complicated Girl's Mind'
Transcription: 'Tesla· Fukuzatsu na Otomegokoro' (Japanese: テスラ·複雑な乙女心)
April 30, 2005
31'Shademan's Counterattack'
Transcription: 'Shēdoman Gyakushū' (Japanese: シェードマン逆襲)
May 7, 2005
32'Space-Time Battle'
Transcription: 'Jikū Sensō' (Japanese: 時空戦争)
May 14, 2005
33'Oath of the Tomahawk'
Transcription: 'Tomahōku no Chikai' (Japanese: トマホークの誓い)
May 21, 2005
34'Wish Upon a Star...'
Transcription: 'Hoshi ni Negai o...' (Japanese: 星に願いを...)
May 28, 2005
35'Queen Fight!'
Transcription: 'Kwīn Faito!' (Japanese: クィーンファイト!)
June 4, 2005
36'Another Rockman'
Transcription: 'Mō Hitori no Rokkuman' (Japanese: もう一人のロックマン)
June 11, 2005
37'Offering of Deko Fireworks[3]'
Transcription: 'Deko ni Sasageru Hanabi' (Japanese: デコにささげる花火)
June 18, 2005
38'Fortune Telling Shooting Star of Love'
Transcription: 'Koi no Ryūsei Uranai' (Japanese: 恋の流星占い)
June 25, 2005
39'Cross Fusion Impossible!'
Transcription: 'Kurosu Fyūjon Funō!' (Japanese: クロスフュージョン不能!)
July 2, 2005
40'Neo WWW Annihilation'
Transcription: 'Neo Wārudo Surī Kaimetsu' (Japanese: ネオWWW壊滅)
July 9, 2005
41'Top Secret Orders C.F.'
Transcription: 'Gokuhi Shirei Shī Efu' (Japanese: 極秘指令C.F.)
July 16, 2005
42'Below Duo's Comet'
Transcription: 'Dyūo no Hoshi no Moto ni' (Japanese: デューオの彗星の下に)
July 23, 2005
43'Worker Miyabi'
Transcription: 'Shigotonin Miyabi' (Japanese: 仕事人ミヤビ)
July 30, 2005
44'Summer! The Sea! Training Camp!'
Transcription: 'Natsu da! Umi da! Gasshūku da!' (Japanese: 夏だ! 海だ! 合宿だ!)
August 6, 2005
45'Stellar Memory'
Transcription: 'Hoshi no Kioku' (Japanese: 星の記憶)
August 13, 2005
46'The Desired Crest'
Transcription: 'Nerawareta Monshō' (Japanese: ねらわれた紋章)
August 20, 2005
47'Why Are You Here?'
Transcription: 'Nande Omae ga Koko ni Iru' (Japanese: なんでおまえがここにいる)
August 27, 2005
48'Countdown to Disappearance'
Transcription: 'Shōmetsu e no Kauntodaun' (Japanese: 消滅へのカウントダウン)
September 3, 2005
49'Battle of One Without Bonds'
Transcription: 'Kizuna Nakimono no Tatakai' (Japanese: きずななき者の戦い)
September 10, 2005
50'Colonel Barrel'
Transcription: 'Bareru Taisa' (Japanese: バレル大佐)
September 17, 2005
51'Toward a New Future'
Transcription: 'Aratanaru Mirai e' (Japanese: 新たなる未来へ)
September 24, 2005

Rockman EXE Beast[edit]

EP No.TitleOriginal airdate[4]
1'Beyondard'
Transcription: 'Biyondādo' (Japanese: ビヨンダード)
October 1, 2005
2'Zoanoroid'
Transcription: 'Zoanoroido' (Japanese: ゾアノロイド)
October 8, 2005
3'Copyroid'
Transcription: 'Kopīroido' (Japanese: コピーロイド)
October 15, 2005
4'The Foghorn that Calls the Phantom'
Transcription: 'Onibi o Yobu Muteki' (Japanese: 鬼火を呼ぶ霧笛)
October 22, 2005
5'Rampaging Display'
Transcription: 'Bōsō Disupurei' (Japanese: 暴走ディスプレイ)
October 29, 2005
6'Net Navi Remodeling Scheme'
Transcription: 'Nettonabi Kaisō Keigaku' (Japanese: ネットナビ改造計画)
November 5, 2005
7'Capture Rockman!'
Transcription: 'Rokkuman o Hokakuseyo!' (Japanese: ロックマンを捕獲せよ!)
November 12, 2005
8'Green-Eyed Transfer Student'
Transcription: 'Midori no Hitomi no Tenkōsei' (Japanese: 緑の瞳の転校生)
November 19, 2005
9'Icy Heart'
Transcription: 'Kōri no Kokoro' (Japanese: 氷の心)
November 26, 2005
10'Aiming for Trill'
Transcription: 'Nerawareta Toriru' (Japanese: 狙われたトリル)
December 3, 2005
11'Ocean Bottom SOS'
Transcription: 'Kaitei Esuōesu' (Japanese: 海底SOS)
December 10, 2005
12'Trill's Secret'
Transcription: 'Toriru no Himitsu' (Japanese: トリルの秘密)
December 17, 2005
13'Synchronizer'
Transcription: 'Shinkuronaizā' (Japanese: シンクロナイザー)
December 24, 2005
14'Beyondard 2'
Transcription: 'Biyondādo Tsu' (Japanese: ビヨンダード2)
January 7, 2006
15'The Railroad Kingdom'
Transcription: 'Tetsuro no Ōkoku' (Japanese: 鉄路の王国)
January 14, 2006
16'Cooking is Love!'
Transcription: 'Riōri wa Aijō!' (Japanese: 料理は愛情!)
January 21, 2006
17'Futen Roshi'
Transcription: 'Fūten Rōshi' (Japanese: 風天老師)
January 28, 2006
18'Rocks of Steel'
Transcription: 'Kōtetsu no Iwa' (Japanese: 鋼鉄の岩)
February 4, 2006
19'The Secret of the Lake, De A~Ru'
Transcription: 'Mizūmi no Himitsu De A~ru' (Japanese: 湖の秘密であ〜る)
February 11, 2006
20'Dimensional Area Laboratory'
Transcription: 'Dimenshonaru Eria Kenkiujō' (Japanese: ディメンショナルエリア研究所)
February 25, 2006
21'Falzer Invasion!'
Transcription: 'Fuaruzā Shiurai!' (Japanese: ファルザー襲来!)
March 4, 2006
22'The Boy Called Death'
Transcription: 'Shinigami to Yobareta Shōnen' (Japanese: 死神と呼ばれた少年)
March 11, 2006
23'Colonel's Rampage'
Transcription: 'Kāneru Bōsō' (Japanese: カーネル暴走)
March 18, 2006
24'Wily's Laboratory'
Transcription: 'Wairi Kenkiujō' (Japanese: ワイリー研究所)
March 25, 2006
25'Exceeding Light'
Transcription: 'Hikari o Koete' (Japanese: 光を超えて)
April 1, 2006

Rockman EXE Beast +[edit]

EP No.TitleOriginal Airdate
1'The Name is Zero'
Transcription: 'Sono Na wa Zero' (Japanese: その名はゼロ)
April 8, 2006[5]
2'Zero Virus'
Transcription: 'Zero Uirusu' (Japanese: ゼロウイルス)
April 15, 2006[6]
3'Zero Invasion'
Transcription: 'Zero Shinyū' (Japanese: ゼロ侵入)
April 22, 2006[7]
4'Sushi Factory Trap'
Transcription: 'Osushi Kōjō no Wana' (Japanese: お寿司工場の罠)
April 29, 2006[8]
5'Zero's True Character'
Transcription: 'Zero no Shōtai' (Japanese: ゼロの正体)
May 6, 2006[9]
6'Super Cyber Beast Again!'
Transcription: 'Chō Dennōjū Futatabi!' (Japanese: 超電脳獣 再び!)
May 13, 2006[10]
7'The Demon Deko De A~Ru'
Transcription: 'Dēmon Dekonano De A~ru' (Japanese: デーモン·デコなのであ〜る)
May 20, 2006[11]
8'Big Things are Good Things Puku!'
Transcription: 'Ōkīkoto wa Īkoto Dapuku!' (Japanese: 大きいことはいいことだプク!)
May 27, 2006[12]
9'Wishing Upon an Empty Can'
Transcription: 'Akikan no Negai o' (Japanese: 空き缶に願いを)
June 3, 2006[13]
10'Cross Fusion De A~Ru!'
Transcription: 'Kurosu Fyūjon De A~ru!' (Japanese: クロスフュージョンであ〜る!)
June 10, 2006[14]
11'The Electel Estate Situation'
Transcription: 'Erekiteruke no Jijō' (Japanese: エレキテル家の事情)
June 17, 2006[15]
12'Electric-Shock Exploration Party!'
Transcription: 'Dengeki Tankentai!' (Japanese: 電撃探検隊!)
June 24, 2006[16]
13'The Hole-Digging Rascals Have Come!'
Transcription: 'Anahoriyarō ga Yattekita!' (Japanese: 穴堀り野郎がやってきた!)
July 1, 2006[17]
14'Rampaging Mettool'
Transcription: 'Bōsō Mettōru' (Japanese: 暴走メットール)
July 8, 2006[18]
15'Mini Mini Typhoon'
Transcription: 'Mini Mini Taifūn' (Japanese: ミニミニタイフーン)
July 15, 2006[19]
16'The Keeper of Law'
Transcription: 'Hō no Bannin' (Japanese: 法の番人)
July 22, 2006[20]
17'Virus with a Heart'
Transcription: 'Kokoroaru Uirusu' (Japanese: 心あるウイルス)
July 29, 2006[21]
18'Zero's Spirit'
Transcription: 'Zero no Tamashii' (Japanese: ゼロの魂)
August 5, 2006[22]
19'I Want Limited Goods Puku'
Transcription: 'Genteihin Hoshī Puku' (Japanese: 限定品ほしいプク)
August 12, 2006[23]
20'Iceman the Strongest'
Transcription: 'Saikyō Aisuman' (Japanese: 最強アイスマン)
August 19, 2006[24]
21'Magician from the Darkness'
Transcription: 'Yamikara no Majishan' (Japanese: 闇からのマジシャン)
August 26, 2006[25]
22'Substantiating Phantoms'
Transcription: 'Jittaikasuru Yūrei' (Japanese: 実体化する幽霊)
September 2, 2006[26]
23'Jammingman'
Transcription: 'Jaminguman' (Japanese: ジャミングマン)
September 9, 2006[27]
24'Cache'
Transcription: 'Kyasshu' (Japanese: キャッシュ)
September 16, 2006[28]
25'Searching for Tomorrow'
Transcription: 'Ashita o Sagashite' (Japanese: 明日をさがして)
September 23, 2006[29]
26'Netto + Rockman'
Transcription: 'Netto Purasu Rokkuman' (Japanese: 熱斗+ロックマン)
September 30, 2006[30]

DVD releases[edit]

The episode releases in Japan are vastly different from the English ones in both aesthetics and content. In Japan, volumes typically contain three episodes (with the exceptions usually being the first volume in a series to contain two and the last volume to contain four). The Japanese volumes are also released in two not-for-sale 'rental' formats, DVD and a VHS, but with identical contents. These versions have slightly different box designs. The DVDs were typically released once a month, but sometimes there were simultaneous releases near the end of a series.

For English releases, each DVD contains four episodes each (originally, the fourth episode was included as a special 'bonus' episode with a separate menu from the other three episodes on the DVD). The first six volumes were also released in VHS format; however, they only contained three episodes each (skipping the fourth episode that appeared on the DVDs). Presumably, the VHS versions stopped releasing due to poor sales. The DVDs were originally released somewhat sporadically, but since Volume 5, a new volume had been released every January, April, July, and October in a tri-monthly pattern.

Episode

The Japanese DVDs typically contain the episodes themselves with occasional bonus material (such as clean intro sequences or special trailers), as well as (in some cases) promotional merchandise (like wristbands or playing cards). The English DVDs only provide the English-dubbed and edited episodes with optional Spanish voice-track, and they all come with the same bonus features (trailers of Mega Man Battle Network video games or promotional screens for merchandise). They also come with occasional promotional merchandise (like Battle Chips for the PET toys). Additionally, the episodes featured are the Canadian versions; in certain instances, the versions that aired on Kids' WB in the United States were heavily altered (including the combination of certain episodes into one) or were not aired at all.

The 50-minute feature film, Rockman EXE the Movie: Program of Light and Dark, also received a DVD release on September 21, 2005, in Japan.[31] The DVD includes a trailer for the sixth video game, a teaser for the fourth anime series (Beast), and a BassCross E-Reader card for use on Mega Man Battle Network 5. The DVD does not include the Duel Masters movie (which premiered in theaters as a double-feature alongside the film).

Axess

Japanese DVDs (EXE)[edit]

NameRelease dateEpisode #Cover art
Rockman EXE First Area, Volume 1[32]2002-07-241-2Lan and MegaMan
Rockman EXE First Area, Volume 2[33]2002-08-283-5Maylu and Roll
Rockman EXE First Area, Volume 3[34]2002-09-266-8Dex and GutsMan
Rockman EXE First Area, Volume 4[35]2002-10-239-11Chaud and ProtoMan
Rockman EXE First Area, Volume 5[36]2002-11-2712-14Yai and Glide
Rockman EXE First Area, Volume 6[37]2002-12-2615-17Higsby and NumberMan
Rockman EXE First Area, Volume 7[38]2003-01-2918-20Maysa and SharkMan
Rockman EXE First Area, Volume 8[39]2003-02-2621-23Sal and WoodMan
Rockman EXE First Area, Volume 9[40]2003-03-2624-26Miyu and SkullMan
Rockman EXE Second Area, Volume 1[41]2003-04-2327-29MegaMan, Roll, GutsMan, IceMan, Glide, ProtoMan
Rockman EXE Second Area, Volume 2[42]2003-05-2830-32MegaMan and ProtoMan, Lan and Chaud
Rockman EXE Second Area, Volume 3[43]2003-06-2533-35MegaMan and Roll, Lan and Maylu
Rockman EXE Second Area, Volume 4[44]2003-06-2536-38MegaMan and GutsMan, Lan and Dex
Rockman EXE Second Area, Volume 5[45]2003-07-3039-41MegaMan and Glide, Lan and Yai
Rockman EXE Second Area, Volume 6[46]2003-07-3042-44MegaMan and IceMan, Lan and Tory
Rockman EXE Second Area, Volume 7[47]2003-08-2745-47MegaMan and NumberMan, Lan and Higsby
Rockman EXE Second Area, Volume 8[48]2003-08-2748-50MegaMan and SharkMan, Lan and Maysa
Rockman EXE Second Area, Volume 9[49]2003-09-2551-53MegaMan and WoodMan, Lan and Sal
Rockman EXE Second Area, Volume 10[50]2003-09-2554-56MegaMan and SkullMan, Lan and Miyu

Japanese DVDs (Axess)[edit]

Megaman Axess English Dub

NameRelease dateEpisode #Cover art
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 1[51]2004-04-071-2Lan, MegaMan, CF-MegaMan
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 2[52]2004-04-213-5MegaMan, Roll, RollSoul
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 3[53]2004-05-196-8MegaMan, TorchMan, TorchSoul
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 4[54]2004-06-199-11MegaMan, GutsMan, GutsSoul
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 5[55]2004-07-1412-14MegaMan, NumberMan, NumberSoul
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 6[56]2004-08-1815-17MegaMan, HeavyMetalMan, MetalSoul
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 7[57]2004-09-1518-20MegaMan, SearchMan, SearchSoul
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 8[58]2004-10-2021-23MegaMan, ProtoMan, ProtoSoul
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 9[59]2004-11-1724-26MegaMan, SpoutMan, SpoutSoul
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 10[60]2004-12-1527-29MegaMan, ThunderMan, ThunderSoul
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 11[61]2005-01-1930-32MegaMan, WoodMan, WoodSoul
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 12[62]2005-02-1633-35MegaMan, WindBlastMan, WindSoul
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 13[63]2005-03-1636-38MegaMan, JunkDataMan, JunkSoul
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 14[64]2005-03-1639-41Chaud, ProtoMan, CF-ProtoMan
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 15[65]2005-04-2042-44Yuri, SpikeMan, CF-SpikeMan
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 16[66]2005-04-2045-47Regal, LaserMan, CF-LaserMan
Rockman EXE Axess, Volume 17[67]2005-05-1848-51CF-MegaMan, CF-LaserMan, ShadeMan

Japanese DVDs (Stream)[edit]

NameRelease dateEpisode #Cover art
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 1[68]2005-05-181-2Lan, MegaMan, CF-MegaMan
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 2[69]2005-06-153-5Chaud, ProtoMan, CF-ProtoMan
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 3[70]2005-07-206-8Raika, SearchMan, CF-SearchMan
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 4[71]2005-08-189-11Yuri, SpikeMan, CF-SpikeMan
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 5[72]2005-09-2112-14Tesla, MagnetMan, CF-MagnetMan
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 6[73]2005-10-1915-17Maylu, Roll, CF-Roll
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 7[74]2005-11-1618-20Charlie, GyroMan, CF-GyroMan
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 8[75]2005-12-1421-23Dingo, TomahawkMan, CF-TomahawkMan
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 9[76]2006-01-1824-26Jasmine, Meddy, CF-Meddy
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 10[77]2006-02-1527-29Princess Pride, KnightMan, CF-KnightMan
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 11[78]2006-03-1530-32Fyrefox, MoltanicMan, CF-MoltanicMan
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 12[79]2006-04-1933-35Dusk, ShadowMan, CF-ShadowMan
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 13[80]2006-05-1736-38Baryl, Colonel, CF-Colonel
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 14[81]2004-05-1739-41Lan, Maylu, Rush
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 15[82]2006-06-2142-44Dark MegaMan, Regal, MegaMan
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 16[83]2006-06-2145-47Duo, Bass, Slur
Rockman EXE Stream, Volume 17[84]2006-07-1948-51MegaMan, Lan, all 12 CF-Members

Japanese DVDs (Beast)[edit]

NameRelease dateEpisode #Cover art
Rockman EXE Beast, Volume 1[85]2006-07-191-3Gregar, Lan, Gregar-Beast MegaMan
Rockman EXE Beast, Volume 2[86]2006-08-184-6Falzar, Lan, Falzar-Beast MegaMan
Rockman EXE Beast, Volume 3[87]2006-08-187-9MegaMan, Trill, Iris
Rockman EXE Beast, Volume 4[88]2006-09-2010-12SlashMan, Mick, Pat
Rockman EXE Beast, Volume 5[89]2006-09-2013-15TenguMan, ChargeMan, Feng Tian, Al Ferry
Rockman EXE Beast, Volume 6[90]2006-10-1816-18Blackbeard, DiveMan, Yuika, CircusMan
Rockman EXE Beast, Volume 7[91]2006-10-1819-21Scythe, EraseMan, Maysa
Rockman EXE Beast, Volume 8[92]2006-11-1522-25Grezar, Lan, MegaMan (Jūka Style)

Japanese DVDs (Beast+)[edit]

Since Beast+ episodes are half the length of a normal episode, placing six episodes on a single DVD is equivalent to placing the standard three episodes that previous DVDs have featured, and similarly, having eight episodes on the final volume is equivalent to having four standard episodes.

NameRelease dateEpisode #Cover art
Rockman EXE Beast+, Volume 1[93]2006-12-201-6Zero, CF-MegaMan, Professor
Rockman EXE Beast+, Volume 2[94]2006-12-207-12Mr. Wily, MegaMan, Lan
Rockman EXE Beast+, Volume 3[95]2007-01-1713-18Vic, Ito, ElementMan, JudgeMan
Rockman EXE Beast+, Volume 4[96]2007-01-1719-26MegaMan, Lan, Cache

English DVDs & VHS tapes[edit]

The episodes included go by the English version's numbering. VHS releases only include the first six volumes, and they only contain the first three episodes from their DVD counterparts (so every fourth episode was missing in the VHS releases). The VHS release dates were simultaneous with the DVD releases.

NameRelease dateEpisode #Episode Name
MegaMan NT Warrior, Volume 1 (Jack In!)[97]
(cover art: MegaMan, Lan)
2004-08-241-4

1.'Jack-in! MegaMan!'
2.'Subway Scramble!'
3.'Traffic Signal Chaos!'
4.'Count to Three!'

MegaMan NT Warrior, Volume 2 (Log On!)[98]
(cover art: Maylu, Roll)
2004-10-195-8

5.'Robotic Fish Gone Wild!'
6.'The Yoga Warrior!'
7.'N1 Grand Prix!'
8.'Skullmania!'

MegaMan NT Warrior, Volume 3 (Power Up!)[99]
(cover art: MegaMan, GutsMan)
2004-11-239-12

9.'Wacky Madness & Blazing Battles! (Part 1)'
10.'Wacky Madness & Blazing Battles! (Part 2)'
11.'Street Fight!'
12.'The Legendary Program Advance!'

MegaMan NT Warrior, Volume 4 (Download!)[100]
(cover art: MegaMan, TorchMan)
2005-02-1513-16

13.'The Solo NetNavis!'
14.'Something's Fishy with Commander Beef!'
15.'Evil Empress Roll! (Part 1)'
16.'Evil Empress Roll! (Part 2)'

MegaMan NT Warrior, Volume 5 (N1 Grand Prix!)[101]
(cover art: MegaMan, ProtoMan)
2005-04-1217-20

17.'There's No 'I' in Team (Part 1)'
18.'There's No 'I' in Team (Part 2)'
19.'That Sinking Feeling'
20.'PharaohMan Reborn'

MegaMan NT Warrior, Volume 6 (Upgrade!)[102]
(cover art: MegaMan, PharaohMan)
2005-07-0521-24

21.'Rebuilding MegaMan'
22.'MegaMan Lives!'
23.'MegaMan Stolen!'
24.'SnakeMan's Survival Seven'

MegaMan NT Warrior, Volume 7 (NetCity!)[103]
(cover art: ElecTeam MegaMan, MagnetMan)
2005-10-2525-28

25.'Netcity!'
26.'The Virus Factory!'
27.'Electronic Money Panic!'
28.'Countdown to Catastrophe!'

MegaMan NT Warrior, Volume 8 (DenTech Troubles!)[104]
(cover art: WoodShield MegaMan, FreezeMan)
2006-01-3129-32

29.'DenTech City's Deep Freeze!'
30.'Crimson Flash!'
31.'The CutMan Brothers!'
32.'Working for Grave!'

MegaMan NT Warrior, Volume 9 (BattleChip In!)[105]
(cover art: HeatGuts MegaMan, KnightMan)
2006-04-1133-36

33.'Chisao's in Town!'
34.'KnightMan's Betrayal!'
35.'To the Moon!'
36.'Mr. Wily's Legacy!'

MegaMan NT Warrior, Volume 10 (Grave Warning!)[106]
(cover art: AquaCustom MegaMan, Bass)
2006-07-0437-40

37.'The Netmobile Grand Prix!'
38.'The Virus Beast!'
39.'Grave!'
40.'Bass!'

MegaMan NT Warrior, Volume 11 (Virus Busters!)[107]
(cover art: MegaMan, Grave VirusBeast)
2006-10-1741-44

41.'The End of the End!'
42.'Virus Busters!'
43.'Ice Ice Baby!'
44.'Game Off!'

MegaMan NT Warrior, Volume 12 (NetBattle!)[108]
(cover art: MegaMan, ElecMan)
2007-01-1745-48

45.'Hot Tempers!'
46.'Don't Mess with Mama Zap!'
47.'The Great Curry NetBattle!'
48.'Guess Who's Coming to NetBattle?'

MegaMan NT Warrior, Volume 13 (CyberClash!)[109]
(cover art: MegaMan, Roll, Glide, GutsMan, IceMan, ProtoMan)
2007-03-0649-52

49.'Chess Mess!'
50.'The Incredible Rush!'
51.'The Netbattle of Hearts!'
52.'From Here to Revolutionary PETs!'

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General
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Megaman Axess Episode 5 Full

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