Saturday, October 12, 2019

Mega Man: Fully Charged Season 1 Officially Headed to YouTube (Update)


UPDATE: For one reason or another, the videos have got "private".  Sooo... yeah. We'll see what happens.

It looks like Mega Man: Fully Charged is, at last, freeing itself from the shackles of Cartoon Network. As of a couple weeks ago, full-length episodes of the show have begun appearing on the official Mega Man: Fully Charged YouTube channel. They've posted six episodes so far with more to come each weekend. They're region free, too! Check em out:


It beats me why they've chosen to not start at episode 1. But, hey, at least we're starting somewhere. By putting Fully Charged on YouTube, WildBrain (formerly DHX Media) are giving the show a chance at finding a larger audience. Fully Charged suffered a fate that's all too common on Cartoon Network: they schedule a non-CN Studios show at a "dead" timeslot, choose not to advertise it, then "gate" it behind cable-subscriber-only VOD and on-demand services. Today, though, we can all watch it.

If you haven't seen an episode of Fully Charged, well, it sounds like this is the way to go.

Source: Mega Man: Fully Charged

16 comments:

  1. I still can't get over the fact that Mega Man has an evil brother named Namagem.

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  2. I feel like this isn't a great sign for the future of the show, to be honest.

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    1. Cartoon Network killed it and now WildBrain is just deploying it's corpse.

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  3. @AnonymousOctober 12, 2019 at 6:53 PM

    It probably wasn't going to have a great future to begin with since it was being aired on Cartoon Network. People here pointed that out too.

    At least this way anyone who does want to check it out can do so without having to jump through a bunch of hoops.

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  4. Hey for those who have watched the new cartoon, is it any good? I know it's geared more towards kids, but I enjoyed the old 90s cheese one so figured I'd ask. Thanks!

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    1. The begining is'nt that great, but it improve quite a bit along the way. (only my opinion, of course)

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    2. Thanks! That sound's good I'll check it out. Sorry if this is a double post, website is weird trying to publish stuff on here.

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    1. it's really fun show, it feels a lot like the monster-of-the-week action shows of the 2000s like ben 10 and generator rex. it's not based on any one game which turned a lot of people off but it's a really fun show that gets at the heart of what mega man is really well imo

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    2. Thank you, I like those types of shows so I'll give it a go! Hey also I meant to ask someone on here, is there still a Discord link for Rockman Corner? I just found this site but the few links I saw were dead.

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  6. if i had to guess, it looks like they're going in backwards order so that episode 1 appears at the top of the "uploaded videos" list area

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    1. It doesn't look like they're going backwards though. They're moving forward, but starting at Episode 27 for some reason.

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    2. maybe thoses episodes where the one that got the Cartoon Network threatment the worst, leading to less people seeing them.

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  7. This does not bode well.

    Upswing? I can finally watch those episodes I missed the first time 'round. Except for those "web-sclusive" episodes.

    … I'm not crazy about thinking there were a couple web-sclusive episodes that never aired on TV, right…?

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    1. As far as I know, there weren't, they just released them in "bombs" online beforehand whenever they wanted to. In terms of web-exclusive episodes outright, I don't believe there to be any.

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  8. can't watch video's are being priveted. so that sucks

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