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Megaman Nt Warrior Logo

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Japanese logo of the anime.

MegaMan NT Warrior, known as Rockman.EXE (ロックマンエグゼ Rokkuman Eguze?) in the original version, is a Japanese anime and series based on the Mega Man Battle Network series. Despite the common ground, the game, anime, and manga versions of the Mega Man Battle Network series all diverge heavily from each other.

Music

Opening Theme:

  1. Rockman no Theme - Kaze wo Tsukinukete (ロックマンのテーマ〜風を突き抜けて〜) by Hashimoto Jin

Ending Theme:

  1. "Piece of Peace" by MIKA (episodes 1-25)
  2. "Begin the Try" by Shoutaro Morikubo (episodes 26-56)

List of episodes

Orig.
ep.
Dub
ep.
Episode title
11Plug-in! Rockman! (Jack-in! MegaMan!)
22Subway Pandemodium! (Subway Scramble!)
33Signal Panic! (Traffic Signal Chaos!)
44Count to Three!
55Challenge of the Rampaging Fish! (Robotic Fish Gone Wild!)
643Subzero Brawl! (Ice Ice Baby)
744Midnight Duel! (Game Off)
845Revenge Fireman! (Hot Tempers)
96Yoga Soldier of Terror! (The Yoga Warrior)
107N1 Grand Prix!
118Invisible Enemy! (Skullmania)
129Clash! The Pink Spark! (Wacky Madness & Blazing Battles pt. 1)
1310Red Hot Net Battle! (Wacky Madness & Blazing Battles pt. 2)
1411Street Fight!
1512Intensive Training! Program Advance! (The Legendary Program Advance!)
1613Miraculous Net Navis! (The Solo NetNavis)
1714Commander Beef's True Identity! (Something's Fishy with Commander Beef)
1815Secret Operation! World Three! (Evil Empress Roll pt. 1)
1916Horror! Devil Chip! (Evil Empress Roll pt. 2)
2017Yaito-chan's Close Call! (There's No "I" In Team pt. 1)
2118Strongest Tag BR Whirlwind! (There's No "I" In Team pt. 2)
2219The Final Battle's End (That Sinking Feeling)
2320King of Destruction Pharaohman! (PharaohMan Reborn)
2421Rockman Revival Strategy! (Rebuilding MegaMan)
2522Revive! Rockman! (MegaMan Lives!)
26 - Bizarre! Ghost Ship Mystery!
27 - To Become An Idol!
2823Rockman Stolen! (MegaMan Stolen)
2924Trap of the Poisonous Snake Madam! (SnakeMan's Survival Seven)
3046Elec Mama's Blitzkrieg Tactics! (Don't Mess With Mama Zap)
3147A Splendid Curry Battle! (The Great Curry Battle)
3225Internet City (NetCity)
3326Crush the Virus Factory! (The Virus Factory)
3427Electronic Money Panic!
35280 Seconds Before the Dam Breaks! (Countdown to Castastrophe)
3629Plan to Turn Densan City Antarctic! (Dentech City's Deep Freeze)
3730Crimson Flash!
3831Strangely Strong! Cutman Brothers! (The CutMan Brothers)
3948Pretty Pretty Princess! (Guess Who's Coming to NetBattle!)
4049I'll Battle You! (Chess Mess)
4150The Good Dog Rush! (The Incredible Rush)
4232Switching Jobs to Gospel! (Working for Grave)
43 - Take Me Out to the Ball Game!
4434KnightMan's Betrayal!
4535To the Moon!
4636Dr. Wily's Legacy! (Mr. Wily's Legacy!)
4737Net Mobile Grand Prix!
4838Cybernetic Monster! (The VirusBeast!)
4939Gospel (Grave)
5040Forte (Bass)
5141Moment of Break-Down! (The End of the End!)
52 - Secret of the Ayanokoji House!
5351Commander Beef VS. Netto-kun! (The NetBattle of the Hearts)
5433Chisao Comes to Town! (Chisao's In Town)
5552Blues' Long Day (From Here to Revolutionary PETs)
5642Virus Busters!

Cast

Note: Some characters have different names between the games and anime. For instance, FireMan and ColorMan are named TorchMan and WackoMan in the anime.

English name English voice actor Japanese name Japanese voice actor
Lan Hikari Episodes 1-17 - Alex Doduk
Episodes 18-56 - Brad Swaile
Hikari Netto Higa Kumiko
MegaMan Andrew Francis Rockman Kimura Akiko
Dr. Hikari Michael Adamthwaite Hikari Yuuichiro Nagano Koichi
Mrs. Hikari Nicole Oliver Hikari Haruka Joh Masako
Maylu Sakurai Brittney Wilson Sakurai Meiru Mizuhashi Kaori
Roll Lenore Zann Roll Joh Masako
Dex Tony Sampson Dekao Oyama Numata Yuusuke
GutsMan Scott McNeil Gutsman Shimoyama Yoshimitsu
Yai Ayano Jocelyne Loewen Ayano-Kouji Yaito Kanamaru Hinako
Glide Ted Cole Glyde Kawazu Yasuhiko
Chaud Blaze Bill Switzer Ijyuuin Enzan Saiga Mitsuki
ProtoMan David Kaye Blues Matsukaze Mayasa
Tory Froid Reece Thompson Tohru Hikawa Watanabe Kumiko
IceMan Sam Vincent Iceman Noda Junko
Maysa Richard Newman Masa Horikawa Jin
SharkMan Don Brown Sharkman Suzuki Takuma
Sal Kelly Sheridan Saroma Minami Omi
WoodMan Lee Tockar Woodman Tsuchiya Toshihide
Miyu Anna Cummer Kuroi Miyuki Yokote Kumiko
SkullMan Brian Drummond Skullman Nishimoto Riichi
Ribitta Sharon Alexander Kero Midorikawa Nakagawa Akiko
ToadMan Sam Vincent Toadman Nakagawa Akiko
Mr. Higsby Lee Tockar Yamitaro Higure Yuji Ueda
NumberMan Sam Vincent Numberman Yuji Ueda
Yahoot Ron Halder Mahajarama Sonobe Keiichi
MagicMan Paul Dobson Magicman Konishi Katsuyuki
Maddy Tabitha St. Germain Iroaya Madoi Noda Junko
WackoMan Andrew Toth Coloredman Yuji Ueda
Count Zap Colin Murdock Count Elec Miyake Kenta
ElecMan Kirby Morrow Elecman Suzuki Chihiro
Mr. Match Trevor Devall Hino Ken'ichi Katsuyuki Konishi
TorchMan Ross Douglas Fireman Kenji Katougi
HeatMan Brian Drummond Heatman Kenji Katougi
StoneMan Ward Perry Stoneman Ishikawa Hiroaki
BlasterMan Nick Harrison Bombman Ugaki Udenari
PharaohMan Michael Kopsa Pharaohman Fujiwara Keiji
Wily Paul Dobson Dr. Wily Chou Katsumi
Rush Sam Vincent Rush Kimura Akiko
Aki Venus Terzo Aki Nogawa Sakura
Princess Pride Jilian Michaels Princess Pride Kawakami Tomoko
KnightMan Russell Roberts Knightman Horikawa Jin
Speedy Dave Kirby Morrow Hayami Daisuke Kosuke Okano
QuickMan Alistair Abell Quickman Motegi Masaru
Raoul Mark Gibbon Raoul Tobita Nobuo
ThunderMan David Kaye Thunderman Daiki Nakamura

Broadcasters who transmitted

Japan: TV Tokyo

USA: Kids' WB and Toonami Jetstream

Canada: TELETOON

United Kingdom: Jetix

Latin America and Brazil: Jetix and Rede Globo (Brazilian broadcast)

Portugal: SIC and Canal Panda

Hungary: A+ and RTL Klub

DVD releases

MMNTW-VHS01

English releases

The first six volumes were also released in VHS.

MMNTWDVD01
MegaMan NT Warrior Volume 1: Jack In!
Dub episodes1-4
Release date
Cover charactersLan and MegaMan.
MMNTWDVD02
MegaMan NT Warrior Volume 2: Log On!
Dub episodes5-8
Release date
Cover charactersMaylu and Roll.
MMNTWDVD03
MegaMan NT Warrior Volume 3: Power Up!
Dub episodes9-12
Release date
Cover charactersMegaMan and GutsMan
MMNTWDVD04
MegaMan NT Warrior Volume 4: Download!
Dub episodes13-16
Release date
Cover charactersMegaMan and TorchMan.
MMNTWDVD05
MegaMan NT Warrior Volume 5: N1 Grand Prix!
Dub episodes17-20
Release date
Cover charactersMegaMan and ProtoMan.
MMNTWDVD06
MegaMan NT Warrior Volume 6: Upgrade!
Dub episodes21-24
Release date
Cover charactersMegaMan and PharaohMan.
MMNTWDVD07
MegaMan NT Warrior Volume 7: NetCity!
Dub episodes25-28
Release date
Cover charactersMegaMan and MagnetMan.
MMNTWDVD08
MegaMan NT Warrior Volume 8: DenTech Troubles!
Dub episodes29-32
Release date
Cover charactersMegaMan and FreezeMan.
MMNTWDVD09
MegaMan NT Warrior Volume 9: BattleChip In!
Dub episodes33-36
Release date
Cover charactersMegaMan and KnightMan.
MMNTWDVD10
MegaMan NT Warrior Volume 10: Grave Warning!
Dub episodes37-40
Release date
Cover charactersMegaMan and Bass.
MMNTWDVD11
MegaMan NT Warrior Volume 11: Virus Busters!
Dub episodes41-44
Release date
Cover charactersMegaMan and Gospel.
MMNTWDVD12
MegaMan NT Warrior Volume 12: NetBattle!
Dub episodes45-48
Release date
Cover charactersMegaMan and ElecMan.
MMNTWDVD13
MegaMan NT Warrior Volume 13: CyberClash!
Dub episodes49-52
Release date
Cover charactersMegaMan, Roll, GutsMan, Glyde, ProtoMan, and IceMan.

Japanese releases

DVDVHSDetails
EXEDVD1-01 EXEVHS1-01 Rockman.EXE First Area 01
Episodes1-2
Release date2002
Cover charactersMegaMan and Lan
EXEDVD1-02 EXEVHS1-02 Rockman.EXE First Area 02
Episodes3-5
Release date2002
Cover charactersRoll and Maylu
EXEDVD1-03 EXEVHS1-03 Rockman.EXE First Area 03
Episodes6-8
Release date2002
Cover charactersGutsMan and Dex
EXEDVD1-04 EHEVHS1-04 Rockman.EXE First Area 04
Episodes9-11
Release date2002
Cover charactersProtoMan and Chaud
EXEDVD1-05 EXEVHS1-05 Rockman.EXE First Area 05
Episodes12-14
Release date2002
Cover charactersGlide and Yai
EXEDVD1-06 EXEVHS1-06 Rockman.EXE First Area 06
Episodes15-17
Release date2002
Cover charactersNumberMan and Higsby
EXEDVD1-07 EHEVHS1-07 Rockman.EXE First Area 07
Episodes18-20
Release date2003
Cover charactersSharkMan and Commander Beef
EXEDVD1-08 EHEVHS1-08 Rockman.EXE First Area 08
Episodes21-23
Release date2003
Cover charactersWoodMan and Sal
EXEDVD1-09 EXEVHS1-09 Rockman.EXE First Area 09
Episodes24-26
Release date2003
Cover charactersSkullMan and Miyu
EXEDVD2-01 EHEVHS2-01 Rockman.EXE Second Area 01
Episodes27-29
Release date2003
Cover charactersMegaMan and his friends
EXEDVD2-02 EXEVHS2-02 Rockman.EXE Second Area 02
Episodes30-32
Release date2003
Cover charactersMegaMan, ProtoMan, Lan and Chaud
EXEDVD2-03 EHEVHS2-03 Rockman.EXE Second Area 03
Episodes33-35
Release date2003
Cover charactersMegaMan, Roll, Lan and Maylu
EXEDVD2-04 EXEVHS2-04 Rockman.EXE Second Area 04
Episodes36-38
Release date2003
Cover charactersMegaMan, GutsMan, Lan and Dex
EXEDVD2-05 EHEVHS2-05 Rockman.EXE Second Area 05
Episodes39-41
Release date2003
Cover charactersMegaMan, Glide, Lan and Yai
EXEDVD2-06 EHEVHS2-06 Rockman.EXE Second Area 06
Episodes42-44
Release date2003
Cover charactersMegaMan, IceMan, Lan and Tory
EXEDVD2-07 EHEVHS2-07 Rockman.EXE Second Area 07
Episodes45-47
Release date2003
Cover charactersMegaMan, NumberMan, Lan and Higsby
EXEDVD2-08 EHEVHS2-08 Rockman.EXE Second Area 08
Episodes48-50
Release date2003
Cover charactersMegaMan, SharkMan, Lan and Commander Beef
EXEDVD2-09 EHEVHS2-09 Rockman.EXE Second Area 09
Episodes51-53
Release date2003
Cover charactersMegaMan, WoodMan, Lan and Sal
EXEDVD2-10 EHEVHS2-10 Rockman.EXE Second Area 10
Episodes54-56
Release date2003
Cover charactersMegaMan, SkullMan, Lan and Miyu

Trivia

  • The dub episodes 18 "There's no "I" in Team (Part 2)" and 30 "Crimson Flash!" are absent in the anime's English official site, leaving it with 50 episodes and making the numbering of the dub episodes from episode 18 and onward wrong.
  • GutsMan's dubbed voice actor, Scott McNeil, has actually done voice work for the Ruby-Spears Mega Man Cartoon where he voiced Proto Man, Dr. Wily, and Eddie.
  • The letters "NT" in the anime's title stand for "Network Transmission".
  • Although the anime follows the plot of the game in few aspects, most part of the time making it's own plot, one of the most remarkable differences is the fact the world is refered with it's real geography. Electopia is refered as Japan, Netopia as Europe and so on and on. This trait is shared with the follow up Megaman Star Force anime series, while the game also uses the same names the game uses for countries and cities.

See also

External links


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