MegaMan is a non-profit fan film. This film is for entertainment purposes only. MegaMan is the creation of Capcom Entertainment.
A brave robot volunteers to combat the mechanoid minions of a mad scientist bent on world domination.
In the year 20XX, Dr. Thomas Light, a Nobel Prize winning professor in the field of Robotics, creates a series of 6 revolutionary robots entitled the “Robot Master Series DRN” in an effort to use robotics as a mean to better mankind. As a personal project, Dr. Light creates 2 androids named Roll (a female) and Rock (a male) who are made to be as human as possible from appearance to behavior. Rock and Roll are, however, also created due to Light’s goal to have the children he was never able to have. Meanwhile, after the creation of the series gains Light his Nobel Prize in Physics and notoriety, his partner and colleague, Dr. Albert Wily, grows enraged and jealous of Light’s success. Secretly, a man who wants control and power, Dr. Wily decides to reprogram and steal the Robot Master series to do his bidding so he can wreak havoc and gain control of the city. As Wily begins to steal more of Light’s creations, it becomes clear to him he has the resources to systemically gain more and more control in an effort to reach his ultimate goal: total world domination. With a strong sense of duty and regard for humanity, Rock volunteers to receive a battle upgrade in an effort to battle Wily’s forces, thus donning the name “Mega Man”. The battle for humanity is now between Mega Man and all the bots at Wily’s disposal.
- Rock/Mega Man – Jun Naito
- Roll – Jeanie Tse
- Blues/Proto Man – Sung-Mo Cho
- Dr. Thomas Light – Edward X. Young
- Dr. Albert Wily – Dave Maulbeck
- Cut Man – Daniel William Clark (voice)
- Guts Man – Sonicmega (voice)
- Ice Man – Wayne Chang
- Bomb Man – Andrew Decrescenzo (voice)
- Fire Man – Hugo Salazar Jr.
- Elec Man – Alan Fung
- Yellow Devil
- Copy Robot – Jun Naito
- Selina Daniels – Dara Centonze
- David the Cameraman – David Horowitz
- Olga 5000 – Elizabeth Lee
- JBC Anchor – Ivy Hong
- JBC Announcer – Caitlin Chang (voice)
- Billboard Reporter – Kristen Hung