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List of unseen characters and parodies.
Copy Man and Rush Man
When Pharaoh Man meets Mega Man in Mega Man #13, he asks why he isn't called "Copy Man", as he can copy Special Weapons. Mega Man says that his name comes from his primary weapon, the Mega Buster. He also mentions that he can use Rush for all sorts of support options, but he isn't named "Rush Man".
Davy Jones Man
Bubble Man is talking to himself in Mega Man #9 about how he'll give Mega Man an intimidating welcome speech, saying "Welcome to Davy Jones Locker!" Sure enough, Mega Man comes in right at that moment and thinks that Bubble Man said his name was Davy Jones Man.
When Mega Man hears that his first opponent will be Bomb Man in Mega Man #2, he asks Dr. Light why he didn't make an Origami Man or Pillow Man instead, which would be less dangerous. Later, an Origami Man appears in the Short Circuits from Mega Man #17.
Samuel was one of the members of the research team assembled by the United Nations and commissioned to investigate the Lanfront Ruins. He had a heart condition that necessitated a pacemaker. Dr. Pedro Astil implied when relaying the story of the disastrous mission in Issue 29 of the Mega Man series by Archie Comics that Samuel had died as a result of his pacemaker shutting down.
Union Man is a Robot Master, whom Break Man apparently was acquainted with, presumably being a superior. Union Man's only mention was in the Short Circuits mini-comic from issue 23 of Archie Comics' comic book series Mega Man, when Break Man told Mega Man to "take [his complaint] up with Union Man" when the latter complained about Break Man taking a 15 minute break just as he's supposed to fight Mega Man. It is unknown if he is serious or jokingly made-up the name, making a reference to labor union/trade union rules, as well as the complaints associated with them.
Rockman Versus characters
Rockman V (Versus): Taiketsu! Dr. Marvel (ロックマンＶ（バーサス） 対決！Ｄｒ．マーベル? "Rockman V (Versus): Confrontation! Dr. Marvel") is a parody of Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes included in the game's Secret File. The game's main enemies are the unseen Dr. Marvel as ten robots based on Marvel and Capcom characters:
- Hadou Man (ハドウマン? derived from Hadouken) - Based on Ryu.
- Kumo Man (クモマン? lit. "Spider Man") - Based on Spider-Man.
- Taichō Man (タイチョーマン? lit. "Commander Man") - Based on Captain Commando.
- Doku Man (ドクマン? lit. "Venom Man") - Based on Venom.
- Tsume Man (ツメマン? lit. "Claw Man") - Based on Wolverine.
- Oiroke Man (オイロケマン? "Sexy Man") - Based on Morrigan Aensland.
- Nazo no Ninja Robo (謎のニンジャロボ? "Enigmatic Ninja Robo") - Based on Strider Hiryu.
- Meriken Man (メリケンマン?) - Based on Captain America. In the past, "American" was commonly translated as "Meriken" in Japan. The translation is still present in some names, like Meriken Park.
- Nagehame Man (ナゲハメマン? approximately "Destructive Throw Man") - Based on Zangief.
- Mr. Monami (Ｍｒ．モナミ? derived from the French "Mon Ami", meaning "My Friend") - Based on Gambit.
Acid Man is a name jokingly used in one example from Dragão Brasil Especial #14 in the quote "What was that thing that Acidman used to escape?".
- Strength: 4
- Ability: 5
- Resistance: 4
- Armor: 5
- Fire Power: 4 (electricity)
- HP: 20
- Advantages: Special Attack, Extra Armor (Electricity), Extra Energy 2
- Disadvantages: Vulnerability (Chemical), Special Model, Monstrous.