History Anime / MegaManUponAStar

9th Jan '16 7:38:19 AM RashandFierce
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The first OVA is called ''Appearance in Japan''. One day while playing ''VideoGame/MegaMan5'', Yuuta is forced to pause the game and go to bed. Dr. Wily takes advantage of this opportunity to escape the TV and wreak havoc on the world, or at least Tokyo. Mega Man travels with Rush, Yuuta and his sister Akane to stop Wily, and in the process, learn about Japanese culture.

The second OVA, ''Wishing Upon A Star'', has Wily escape the game world yet again. This time Mega Man is joined by Proto Man, Dr. Light, and Beat, as they learn about Japanese holidays and stop Wily from using a meteor shower to destroy Japan.

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The first OVA is called ''Appearance in Japan''. One day while playing ''VideoGame/MegaMan5'', Yuuta Kobayashi is forced to pause the game and go to bed. Dr. Wily takes advantage of this opportunity to escape the TV and wreak havoc on the world, or at least Tokyo. Mega Man travels with Rush, Yuuta and his sister Akane to stop Wily, and in the process, learn about Japanese culture.

The second OVA, ''Wishing Upon A Star'', has Wily escape the game world yet again. This time Mega Man is joined by Proto Man, Roll, Dr. Light, and Beat, as they learn about Japanese holidays holidays, such as Setsubun, and stop Wily from using a meteor shower to destroy Japan.



** Akane, too.



* FestivalEpisode: In episode 2, we have Japanese holidays, and in episode 3, we have the Obon festival.



* NewYearHasCome: The beginning of episode 2 has Mega Man come to the real world on Omisoka (New Years Eve). He stays up until Shogatsu (New Years Day) and learns about otoshidama, money given to children on the holiday.



** Yuuta and Akane, as well.



* StayInTheKitchen: Roll appears wearing battle armor in the third OVA, but Megaman and Protoman attempt to convince her otherwise. It's then lost as she enters the real world and is never brought up again.

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* StayInTheKitchen: Roll appears wearing battle armor in the third OVA, but Megaman and Protoman attempt to convince her otherwise. It's then lost as she enters the real world to go to Obon and is never brought up again.
8th Dec '15 5:54:24 PM Willbyr
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[[quoteright:200:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/200px_megamanuponastar.jpg]]



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5th Jan '15 10:47:42 AM nombretomado
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''Mega Man: Upon A Star'' is the collective name given to three ''VideoGame/MegaManClassic'' [=OVAs=]. They were dubbed by TheOceanGroup, who would later work with the ''WesternAnimation/MegaMan'' cartoon; the OVA had influence on the production of the show.

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''Mega Man: Upon A Star'' is the collective name given to three ''VideoGame/MegaManClassic'' [=OVAs=]. They were dubbed by TheOceanGroup, Creator/TheOceanGroup, who would later work with the ''WesternAnimation/MegaMan'' cartoon; the OVA had influence on the production of the show.
29th Nov '13 7:56:04 PM lalalei2001
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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Neither of Yuuta and Akane's parents seem to react very strongly to the fact that Mega Man and Rush very suddenly appeared in their children's room.

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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Neither of Yuuta and Akane's parents seem to react very strongly to the fact that Mega Man and Rush very suddenly appeared in their children's room.room.
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12th Sep '13 12:07:06 AM lalalei2001
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''Mega Man: Upon A Star'' is the collective name given to three ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' [=OVAs=]. They were dubbed by TheOceanGroup, who would later work with the ''WesternAnimation/MegaMan'' cartoon; the OVA had influence on the production of the show.

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''Mega Man: Upon A Star'' is the collective name given to three ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' ''VideoGame/MegaManClassic'' [=OVAs=]. They were dubbed by TheOceanGroup, who would later work with the ''WesternAnimation/MegaMan'' cartoon; the OVA had influence on the production of the show.
26th Aug '13 2:26:03 PM Beed28
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''Mega Man: Upon A Star'' is the collective name given to three ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' [=OVAs=]. They were dubbed by TheOceanGroup, who would later work with the WesternAnimation/MegaMan cartoon; the OVA had influence on the production of the show.

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''Mega Man: Upon A Star'' is the collective name given to three ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' [=OVAs=]. They were dubbed by TheOceanGroup, who would later work with the WesternAnimation/MegaMan ''WesternAnimation/MegaMan'' cartoon; the OVA had influence on the production of the show.



The first OVA is called ''Appearance in Japan''. One day while playing VideoGame/MegaMan5, Yuuta is forced to pause the game and go to bed. Dr. Wily takes advantage of this opportunity to escape the TV and wreak havoc on the world, or at least Tokyo. Mega Man travels with Rush, Yuuta and his sister Akane to stop Wily, and in the process, learn about Japanese culture.

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The first OVA is called ''Appearance in Japan''. One day while playing VideoGame/MegaMan5, ''VideoGame/MegaMan5'', Yuuta is forced to pause the game and go to bed. Dr. Wily takes advantage of this opportunity to escape the TV and wreak havoc on the world, or at least Tokyo. Mega Man travels with Rush, Yuuta and his sister Akane to stop Wily, and in the process, learn about Japanese culture.


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* FloatingContinent: Dr. Wily has one in the third episode.
* HumongousMecha: Several have appeared. Samurai Man, the giant Oni Robot, and the Typhoon Robot to name a few.
14th Jul '13 11:45:39 AM lalalei2001
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''Mega Man: Upon A Star'' is the collective name given to three VideoGame/MegaMan [=OVAs=]. They were dubbed by TheOceanGroup, who would later work with the WesternAnimation/MegaMan cartoon; the OVA had influence on the production of the show.

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''Mega Man: Upon A Star'' is the collective name given to three VideoGame/MegaMan ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' [=OVAs=]. They were dubbed by TheOceanGroup, who would later work with the WesternAnimation/MegaMan cartoon; the OVA had influence on the production of the show.
5th Jan '13 2:01:01 PM RenHoke
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* CheerfulChild: Roll, as voiced by AndreaLibman.
22nd Nov '12 7:13:29 PM lalalei2001
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* {{Edutainment}}

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* {{Edutainment}}{{Edutainment}}: They were made to teach kids about Japan.
* McNinja: Dr. Wily, as seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZiSaOHlUdk here]].
2nd Nov '12 12:16:37 AM lalalei2001
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* PlayingSanta: Wily is made to do this in the third OVA.


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* SubbingForSanta: Wily is made to do this in the third OVA.
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