A string of nine new episodes of Mega Man: Fully Charged are heading to Cartoon Network in the States, Animation Magazine reports. Not only that, the show will also begin airing on weekday afternoons at 12:30pm ET/PT starting Monday, March 11th.
Episode titles and descriptions after the break!
Via Animation Magazine:
Sunday, March 3 at 6:30 a.m. (ET/PT) “All Good in the Wood” When Suna and Ashley’s science project turns into a hungry blob monster, Mega Man must team up with Wood Man to shut down the experiment gone wrong before it devours the city!
Sunday, March 10 at 6:30 a.m. (ET/PT) “Fire Man in the Wood” While hiking on a dormant volcano, Aki sets out to retrieve Ashley’s lost camera and, as Mega Man, to stop Fire Man from setting off an eruption!
Monday, March 11 at 12:30 p.m. (ET/PT) “A Split End” After replicating Cut Man’s powers, Mega Man goes on a perfectionist spree, putting him on a collision course with Cut Man himself, whose latest stint as a hairdresser hasn’t helped him overcome his own compulsions.
Tuesday, March 12 at 12:30 p.m. (ET/PT) “All Play and No Work” Mega Man must resist the influence of a prankster bot named Chaotique, whose devil may care ideology appeals to the overworked superhero, until his friends pay the price for his dalliances.
Wednesday, March 13 at 12:30 p.m. (ET/PT) “More More More!” In order to out-muscle Guts Man, Mega Man copies the big bot’s schematics, and his insatiable appetite!
Thursday, March 14 at 12:30 p.m. (ET/PT) “Blast Resort” Mega Man must assist Blasto Woman in a heist to stop a powerful EMP emitter from falling into the wrong hands.
Friday, March 15 at 12:30 p.m. (ET/PT) “Too Much Is Never Enough” Envious of Namagem’s ability to wield more than three powers at a time, Mega Man tries taking all of his replicated schematics on board, with grave side effects.
Sunday, March 24 at 6:30 a.m. (ET/PT) “The Bluster Bunch” A trail of tornadic destruction leads Mega Man, Suna, and Rush through a series of encounters with Air Man’s quirky siblings.
Sunday, March 31 at 6:30 a.m. (ET/PT) “It’s Chemistry, Man” Chemistry Man lays siege to Silicon Central when he discovers that his replacement, Miss CHO, has been presented with a teaching award.
Although it's nice to see the show expanding out of weekend mornings, the 12:30pm weekday timeslot isn't much better, honestly. Everyone that should be watching the show will be in school. Fortunately, we can expect to see these nine new episodes on Cartoon Network's website and VOD services, too. We'll keep an eye out.
Source: Animation Magazine
If you are a DVR owner, or any other means to record TV shows, you can just record it when it airs.ReplyDelete
But yea, I agree about the time slot. They are prob better off sticking with early morning for that case since it's still a time slot where kids are in school. I'm not sure why they can't get a night time slot (I blame Teen Titans Go & Gumball taking more time slots than any other shows they air), but whatever.
Or just sign in to your provider's creditials to watch them on your PC, tablet, phone, etc.Delete
Blasto Woman gets me every timeReplyDelete
Hey Brian, are you and David still going to do the Fully Charged podcast? I know you guys might be busy and don't have enough time to record new episodes together, but I liked it a lot and miss it! You guys are some of the few who watched the show and tried to get what's good out of it.ReplyDelete
We're recording a new one soon. New episodes stopped airing in Canada so it's been difficult for David to catch up.Delete
I understand. Thanks for the answer!Delete
To be fair, this will likely be Spring Break for a lot of youngsters out there. So the timing actually works well to hit some kids who will be on holiday for a bit.ReplyDelete
It's amazing how much the show has improved, I'm actually looking forward to future episodes (mostly when DPad commentates the episodes as we don't get the show in Egypt yet)ReplyDelete
Shame the quality of the early episodes turned off a lot of viewers (still has an abysmal 3.5 out of 10 at IMDB)
What gets me is somehow no episode past Episode 26 has been posted on streaming sites at all despite a whole 2 months...ReplyDelete
Does anyone here know where I can watch these? Online and Free? (Without paying for servicie!)ReplyDelete
SUPER happy to see a huge wave of new episodes finally landing, though if I'm honest I'm a bit confused by the push for the weekday episodes to air in the middle of the day... Even if they're aiming at some kind of spring break, vacation weeks tend to have a pretty wide spread of dates, there's a decent chance most of their target demo will be in school (or for us retro fans, at work).ReplyDelete
Regardless, looking forward to see where this next batch goes!