Like many animated series, the Ruby-Spears Mega Man TV show had its own merchandise, including action figures, soundtracks, and more. Though most of the merchandise in this article has long since been out of production, they can still be found on auction sites such as eBay.
These figures were released around the time of the debut of the show in 1994 and were produced by Bandai. Because Mega Man could copy other Robot Master's weapons, all Robot Master figures had a "weapon" that could be fired out of either Mega Man or Proto Man's busters.
The first series consisted of six figures.
- Mega Man w/ interchangeable firing blaster arm and plasma shot.
- Proto Man w/ interchangeable firing blaster arm and plasma shot.
- Rush w/ clip-on jets with wheels on the bottom to simulate hovering, and pegs on his back to allow other figures to stand on him.
- Guts Man w/ Super Arm lifting action and a fire hydrant that can be fired from blasters.
- Cut Man w/ Rolling Cutters and giant sheers that can be fired from his head.
- Bomb Man w/ Hyper Bomb tossing action and a bomb that can be fired from blasters.
The second series was limited to four figures, possibly due to the pending cancellation of the show.
- Elec Man w/ interchangeable firing blaster arm and Thunder Beam.
- Snake Man w/ Interchangeable firing blaster arm and Search Snake.
- Bright Man w/ firing blaster arm and Flash Stopper light bulb that can be fired from blasters.
- Drill Man w/ firing Drill Bomb.
One vehicle that the figures could ride in was produced as well.
- Mega Man's Air Raider w/ firing missile launcher and wheels on the bottom to simulate flying.
Around the same time of the release of the action figures, Bandai released sets of small non-poseable plastic figures that were roughly two inches tall. These figures came in sets of two. Mega Man's figure is the same for all sets.
- Mega Man & Ice Man
- Mega Man & Fire Man
- Mega Man & Dr. Wily
- Roll & Cut Man
- Proto Man & Bomb Man
- Rush & Elec Man
- Dr. Light & Guts Man
Canceled toy lines
When the show was cancelled, the toy line followed with it, leaving several toys unproduced.
- More PVC figures were in the works.[Citation needed]
- Also, two vehicles were set to be produced. The first was called the Land Blazer and was featured a few times in Season 2. The other vehicle was Dr. Wily's Skullker (which would have included an action figure of Dr. Wily himself.)
- A tall deluxe Mega Man figure with a light-up Mega Buster with sound was also in the works.
Mega Man: The Album
In 1995 (or early 1996), a soundtrack album was released on CD and cassette by Atlantic Records. The CD did not feature any music from the show, and the tracks on the album were not featured on the show itself, except during the end credits. However, there was some artwork and screenshots from the show featured in the booklet included with the CD.
This album is now out of print.
- Driver-The Hollowbodies
- Eileen-Skid Row
- Iron Mic-Sugar Ray
- Realms of Junior MAFIA Pt. 2-Junior M.A.F.I.A.
- Tryst-Machines of Loving Grace
- Sinnerman-Extra Fancy
- So Far, So Good... So What-CIV
- Take Cover-Mr. Big
- Got Myself Together-The Bucketheads
- Signs, I Can't Take It-Inner Circle
- Mega Man Theme
- ADV Films has released two DVD box sets of both seasons of the show which are still available in stores.
- Four VHS tapes with two episodes each were released during the cartoon's run, but are now out of production:
- Volume 1: "The Beginning" & "Electric Nightmare"
- Volume 2: "The Big Shake" & "Mega-Pinnochio"
- Volume 3: "Robosaur Park" & "The Ice Age"
- Volume 4: "20,000 Leaks Under the Sea" & "The Strange Island of Dr. Wily
- "Mega Man - Mega Man", a 1996 EP on 12" vinyl and CD of the German dub's opening, released by CNR music and distributed by Floto. The four tracks were each remixes attributed to different DJs, with the "Radio version" coming the closest to the one used in TV airings. Unlike the original opening, this EP consists of only electronic music ranging from eurodance to hardcore. While the Vinyl release comes in a standard Sleeve of CNR and the label only reads credits, the CD's Jewel case features an Image of Mega Man on the front and a copyright note crediting Capcom on the back. The Main track, "Mega Man (Radio version)" was produced by Robert Borrmann, the collective of DJs and producers involved carries the artist name "Mega Man", leading to the redundant name.
This EP is out of print as well.
- A Halloween costume of the cartoon Mega Man was released back while the cartoon was running, but is now out of production and hard to find.
- A study kit containing a pencil pouch, sharpener, eraser and ruler.
A gallery of the 1994 action figures and shots of the soundtrack album.
- The Bomb Man action figure was pulled from store shelves shortly after the Oklahoma City office bombing before the start of the second season.
- Guts Man's action figure had a brick instead of a fire hydrant in the TV commercial. 
- Roll's boots on her PVC figure are different than they are on the show. They are red on the show, but brown on the figure.
- ↑ King Weasel Productions: MegaMan Merchandise (archive)
- ↑ Protodude's Rockman Corner: So That's What Bandai's Talking Mega Man Figure Looked Like
- ↑ Mega Man - Mega Man on Discogs.
- ↑ Protodude's Rockman Corner: Auction: Ruby-Spears Mega Man Halloween Costume
- ↑ Toys Archive: Bandai's 5" Mega Man Action Figures
- ↑ http://www.retrojunk.com/details_commercial/9433/