Ken is a minor antagonist in Rockman.EXE Stream, appearing in episode 27. In the episode, him and his girlfriend Mary attempt to steal 50 cars for a mob boss they owe money to. The two successfully steal their 50th car, only to find that the police have found where they were keeping them. They meet up with mob boss, who takes Mary as leverage, telling Ken to collect 100 cars within five days or she will pay the price.
To Become An Idol!SeasonEpisodeMegaMan NT Warrior27Air dateSeptember 9, 2002Episode InfoScreenplayDaisuke TsukushiStoryboardDaisuke TsukushiProductionTakashi YamamotoDirectorNaruhisa ArakawaOpening ThemeRockman no Theme - Kaze wo TsukinuketeEnding Themebegin the TRYEpisode GuidePreviousNextBizarre! Mystery of the Ghost Ship!MegaMan Stolen!To Become an Idol! (アイドルになります!, Aidoru ni Narimasu!) is the 27th episode of the MegaMan NT Warrior anime. This episode marks the start of the \"Second Area\" (2nd season) in Japan.
Revival! Neo WWWSeasonEpisodeRockman.EXE Stream8Air dateNovember 27, 2004 (JP)Episode InfoScreenplayMayori SekijimaStoryboardDojag-a-genProductionTaro IkegamiDirectorNaoyoshi KusakaOpening ThemeBe SomewhereEnding ThemeDoobee Doowop CommunicationEpisode GuidePreviousNextCalling on Colonel!Rhapsody in PinkRevival! Neo WWW (復活! ネオWWW, Fukkatsu! Neo Wārudo Surī) is the 9th episode of Rockman.EXE Stream. It aired on November 27, 2004 in Japan. It features the return of Gauss Magnets and MagnetMan, the debut of Tesla Magents, and the formation of the Neo WWW organization.
The Rockman EXE (ロックマンエグゼ, Rokkuman Eguze) television anime series, known in North America as MegaMan NT Warrior, is produced by Xebec. It is composed of five series and a feature film, Rockman EXE the Movie: Program of Light and Dark. The first series began airing on March 4, 2002 in Japan, with the fifth series concluding on September 30, 2006, totaling 209 episodes. The final series, Beast+, was marketed as a stand-alone series and its episodes were reduced to a twelve-minute run-time.
The episode releases in Japan are vastly different from the English ones in both aesthetics and content. In Japan, volumes typically contain three episodes (with the exceptions usually being the first volume in a series to contain two and the last volume to contain four). The Japanese volumes are also released in two not-for-sale \"rental\" formats, DVD and a VHS, but with identical contents. These versions have slightly different box designs. The DVDs were typically released once a month, but sometimes there were simultaneous releases near the end of a series.
For English releases, each DVD contains four episodes each (originally, the fourth episode was included as a special \"bonus\" episode with a separate menu from the other three episodes on the DVD). The first six volumes were also released in VHS format; however, they only contained three episodes each (skipping the fourth episode that appeared on the DVDs). Presumably, the VHS versions stopped releasing due to poor sales. The DVDs were originally released somewhat sporadically, but since Volume 5, a new volume had been released every January, April, July, and October in a tri-monthly pattern.
The Japanese DVDs typically contain the episodes themselves with occasional bonus material (such as clean intro sequences or special trailers), as well as (in some cases) promotional merchandise (like wristbands or playing cards). The English DVDs only provide the English-dubbed and edited episodes with optional Spanish voice-track, and they all come with the same bonus features (trailers of Mega Man Battle Network video games or promotional screens for merchandise). They also come with occasional promotional merchandise (like Battle Chips for the PET toys). Additionally, the episodes featured are the Canadian versions; in certain instances, the versions that aired on Kids' WB in the United States were heavily altered (including the combination of certain episodes into one) or were not aired at all.
Since Beast+ episodes are half the length of a normal episode, placing six episodes on a single DVD is equivalent to placing the standard three episodes that previous DVDs have featured, and similarly, having eight episodes on the final volume is equivalent to having four standard episodes.
The episodes included go by the English version's numbering. VHS releases only include the first six volumes, and they only contain the first three episodes from their DVD counterparts (so every fourth episode was missing in the VHS releases). The VHS release dates were simultaneous with the DVD releases.
This article covers the third series of the MegaMan NT Warrior anime series, known in Japan as Rockman EXE Stream (ロックマンエグゼストリーム, Rokkuman Eguze Sutorīmu). Like Axess, Stream consists of only one part with 51 episodes. Currently, there are no plans for an English adaptation of the series, but they did reuse some background elements in MegaMan Star Force.
There is no official confirmation on the movie's exact placement in Stream's storyline. However, because of Dex and Dingo's appearance in the movie, it most likely occurs shortly after episode 22 in which the boys move to DenTech City, but not after episode 29 when elements from the movie begin appearing in the series, specifically those concerning Baryl and Colonel.
The first season of the Rockman EXE anime concluded its official YouTube run tonight with the release of its 56th and final episode. And sure enough, Capcom Japan has already confirmed the streaming date for the first episode of Rockman EXE Axess: January 25th.
As a reminder, all episodes of Axess and subsequent seasons will be available to stream from Capcom Japan's YouTube channel until May 31st. Meanwhile, despite previous confirmation, episodes of Mega Man NT Warrior have yet to be uploaded to Capcom US' YouTube or Twitch channels.
At the end of the episode the Grassy Wizard was hospitalized and Fern was upset but Jake assured him that he did the right thing. Finn met with the two and told Fern he did a good job (Fern was not yet named so Finn called him \"Grass me\" while others mostly called him Grass Finn). Fern came to terms with his identity, so he coined a new name, Fern the Human. He then stole Starchy's motorcycle and took off.
Something I really like from this episode is the fighting animation, the way they animate Rockman and Blues when fighting with their swords is really cool. It shows how both Navis are actually build for fighting and have the moves to prove it! This gives intensity to the battle.
No, the beach episodes for this anime only exist for the human characters, mainly the women, but Navis get to keep their pureness for all we get are these adorable images of them wearing beach items like Rockman with googles.
Enough of this Aki dress up, the real highlight in this episode is that bulky Rockman is back! And the first thing we get is this strange perspective shot of Rockman being caught by a Spooky virus, who is strong enough to lift Rockman in the air with its tongue O.O 59ce067264