Thursday, May 23, 2019

The Final Four Episodes of Mega Man: Fully Charged Season 1 Are Here


It's time to say good by to Aki and friends – for now. The final four episodes of Mega Man: Fully Charged season 1 are now available to watch on Cartoon Network online, the CN App, and on-demand providers throughout the U.S. You'll find episode titles and descriptions below:

Episode 49: Make The Cut

Mega Man goes on a 24/7 heroing spree around the city, forcing Suna, Bert, Ashley and Rush to deal with the problem at hand, Cut Man

Episode 50: Panic In The Lighthouse

When Chaotique breaks into Dr. Light's lab, Mega Man must shut down his frenemy and the lab's defenses before either of them get destroyed!

Episode 51: The Gauntlet Part 1

Lord Obsidian unites the Robot Masters against Mega Man and his family for an epic showdown at the Lighthouse

Episode 52: The Gauntlet Part 2

As Dr. Light and Suna turn the Robot Masters against each other, Mega Man defeats and unmasks his arch nemeses, Lord Obsidian, who turns out to be Sgt. Night in disguise, and finally learns the identity of Namagem, Mega Man's long lost twin brother!

And that, everyone, is the end of Mega Man: Fully Charged season one. While there's been no news on the prospects of a second season, the final episodes do indeed set up for something larger to come. Be it good news or not-so-good news, I'll be sure to let you know if I hear anything.

A final thank you and shout out to Team Fully Charged. Thanks for making a fun show!

17 comments:

  1. Well, I knew this series isnt the most complex but the last episodes summary should have spoiled that much xD.
    In any case, this series was fun for all intents and hopefully it inspires other Mega Man incarnations

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  2. This show's biggest strike against it were it's first 10 episodes, while not all were bad, the bad early episodes left a bad taste in many fans mouth even when the show improved a lot of people already made up their minds regarding it due to the first half of its run.

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    1. Agreed. It also didn't help that Cartoon Network's shitastic scheduling made it hard to gain any viewers. In general, most people still don't know this show existed.

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    2. @anon1, that was my impression, too. Seems like the only people who know about it are thoses who had heard of it before it air, that is Megaman fan who follow MM related news.

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  3. BUT WHAT DOES CUT MAN DO?

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  4. Given Cartoon Network's abysmal treatment of the show, it's very unlikely they'll order a second season. The good news is that DHX is a resourceful company. I've noticed Fully Charged has only aired in Canada, the UK and the US. Nothing in Australia, or any non-English market. I'm hoping that's because DHX has signed a secondary global release with Netflix. They've done that with a few shows they've made. One example is The Deep, which airs on TV in Australia, Canada and the UK, but is a Netflix series everywhere else. That show is in its third season. Similar stories for Degrassi Next Class and the Inspector Gadget reboot they produced.

    (Disney XD will premiere the show next month South East Asia, but in Asian markets Fully Charged is distributed by Dentsu, not DHX.)

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    1. I REALLY hope the show moves to Disney XD in other territories, specially the US. I do not know the laws of tv distribution, so tell me if that's impossible.
      Really, just because it has cartoon on the name doesn't mean Cartoon Network is the ONLY place to air cartoons, even if they are reedeming themselves with upcoming new shows, they still have a lot to compensate, also, Disney Channel has been stepping its game with animation.
      And I don't want Netflix, they are hoggin all the good stuff and its getting annoying

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    2. Disney XD in the US is a dead channel. Even Pokemon gets lower viewership than Mega Man does on CN. The only benefit it would receive is that Disney would actually acknowledge its existence.

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  5. "Lord Obsidian"? "Lighthouse"? "Namagem"? "Frenemy"? I only watched the first few episodes, which were bad enough, but this sounds worse than Ian Flynn's writing. Disgraceful.

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    1. Actually the show has improved a lot since those first 10 episodes.

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    2. I've said this before, but… "I remember Namagem. He's a pretty cool community member. Wink."

      And, "Frenemy" is a real slang term (short for "friendly enemy"). It's kind of like a version of "friendly nemesis," but smooshing together those words ("fremesis?") doesn't sound quite as good.

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    3. What's Your ProblemMay 27, 2019 at 2:43 PM

      Seriously, what's your problem? There's nothing disgraceful about them. Do you even know what that word means, or are you just throwing around negative sounding terms for the hell of it? I can't believe you live in this era and have never heard the word frenemy before.

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  6. Thus, we've come full circle. From 2017, to now.

    (Don't know what I mean? Watch the final episode and be amazed. I certainly was!)

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  7. Got to see the last 2 part finale.

    Mega Man: Fully Charged had a rough start but it was pretty good overall. I actually hope we get a second season.

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  8. I wish this got a second season as CN's response to this show developing a cult following.

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  9. This show has steadily improved over time. I think a second season could help steer it in a direction that will up the stakes more.

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  10. When will it air in other countries? (Cartoon Network is region locked)

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