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A list of characters appearing in Megaman Sprite Comic, since many of these characters are either heavily distorted from their canon appearance, have different names, or both. Similarly, their characterizations are all dramatically altered to the point where half the time, there is no clear line between good and evil.

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The Main Protagonist of Megaman Sprite Comic. As with most characters in the series, a toothy, bug-eyed look is perpetually frozen on his face.
  • Actually a Doombot: Dr. Dad claims at one point that Megaman and Zero are robots based on children he almost had, then decided to have aborted, but then afterwards decided he wanted anyways. Although they are robots in the source material, whether or not these versions actually have so much as a microchip in them is uncertain.
    • They are seen falling apart if they run out of HP in the game, but at other times in the comic, Megaman has been seen bleeding.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Megaman does not have an arm cannon or any sort of formal weapon. Then again, it might be a bit overpowered, considering what threats he faces here.
  • Big Brother Bully: Averted. He can be horrible to everyone else, but is always kind to his brother Zero, considering him an equal.
  • Brutal Honesty: Megaman has no tact for the things he doesn't like. From the RPG:
    Little Girl, spinning around: I'm going to be a dancer some day!!
    Megaman: You're really bad at it and you should stop.
  • Catchphrase: Begins every strip of the comic (almost) with the word "what". Also begins many of his conversations in the RPG the same way.
  • Flat "What": see Catchphrase
  • Jerkass: Much of the humor involving Megaman is him and Zero telling everyone else what stupid pricks they are, or abusing their elders for various reasons.
    • He also killed Iris so she couldn't come between him and Zero.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Ultimately, he does care abour his relatives (in his own warped way) and even saves their lives in the game.
  • Lethal Chef: His inability to properly make B-Ball Pasta once killed Zero, but he got better. Almost immediately afterward, Megaman uses it to kill Iris.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: B-Ball Pasta, though it is implied Megaman is actually terrible at making it. Although he appears to put an actual basketball in the pasta, the real recipe may not call for it.


  • Actually a Doombot: Dr. Dad claims at one point that Megaman and Zero are robots based on children he almost had, then decided to have aborted, but then afterwards decided he wanted anyways. Although they are robots in the source material, whether or not these versions actually have so much as a microchip in them is uncertain.
  • Compressed Hair: Under Zero's helmet. It doesn't seem to have an end to it, once unfurled.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: He is the only character who Megaman seems to have any respect for.
  • Related in the Adaptation: He is Megaman's (presumably) younger brother here. In the source canon however, not only are they not related, but these particular characters (Megaman and Zero, not Megaman X and Zero) have never met.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: To Megaman. He tolerates most of Megaman's antics to the point of going along with them, but isn't afraid to call him out when he goes too far.
    Uncle Proton 

Uncle Proton

Megaman and Zero's fat, disabled uncle.
  • Adaptation Name Change: Probably one of the most obvious, "Proton" sounding like "Protoman" run through an autocorrect program. It helps that he also wears a gray suit with his signature red helmet.
  • Big Fun: Not particularly hammy, but hilarity does often follow him.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Is arguably the most academically-minded character in the cast, with his various scientific lessons and lectures. However, whether or not he actually knows what he's talking about is... questionable.
    "As we all know, sand is the liquid state of rock. It is often called the "party element", because without it we would not have beaches."
  • Extreme Omnivore: Ate his way out of a steel cage.
  • Fat Comic Relief
  • Kavorka Man: Somehow obtains a harem during the course of the RPG.


Barfk Barfk
Megaman and Zero's wheel-footed dog. It may or may not be able to fly as needed.
  • Big Damn Heroes: When Megaman gets his brother and himself stuck on the moon in the RPG, Dogmobile arrives to rescue them.
  • Captain Ersatz: Dogmobile is this to the source material's Rush, although the two look nothing alike aside from their red coloration. One comic strip suggested this was also the case with Tango in the form of "Catmobile" (complete with the same green color), but Dogmobile ate it.
  • Canine Companion
  • Suddenly Voiced: Dogmobile II, an upgraded version of Dogmobile seen in the RPG, can speak English by default. However, Megaman demands Dogmobile never do so.
  • Whale Egg: How Dogmobiles are born, apparently.


Are you in or are you skin?
Megaman's annoying rival, and the closest thing to a recurring villain in the comics.
  • Never Speak Ill of the Dead: Defied in the RPG. After he dies, Megaman openly refers to him as a prick and defends his words, arguing that he's "honestly glad that he's dead."
  • The Rival: In ways that make Gary Oak look friendly. Many times, he doesn't even care what Megaman is trying to accomplish, so long as he can stand in the way and make things difficult.


A prick and a loser. Megaman and Zero don't want to hang out with anyone that looks like as much of a prick as him.
  • Nice Hat: Subverted. Snakeman getting a cool hat just causes Megaman to hate him even more.
  • Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: Snakeman in a nutshell. Megaman can claim Snakeman is unlikeable without any solid evidence and come off as just plain mean to poor Snakeman. Snakeman however will often get angry enough over it to antagonize them and prove Megaman's point.
    Doctor Dad 

Doctor Dad

Megaman and Zero's often put-upon dad, whom Megaman seems to delight in abusing.
  • Bumbling Dad
  • Butt-Monkey: Is frequently stuffed into the inventory in the RPG, and even used as a raft.
  • Composite Character: Although he is intended to represent Dr. Light, his appearance is closer to that of Megaman X's Dr. Cain.
  • Grievous Harm with a Body: In the RPG, Megaman and Zero keep him in their inventory. Not only do they use him as a raft, but they can also throw him at enemies.
  • Institutional Apparel: The fact that he appears to be wearing a straight jacket is one of the least concerning things in this series.


Megaman's sister. And girlfriend.
  • Incest Is Relative: Is Megaman's sister, and also his girlfriend. Nobody is at all bothered by this.
  • Noodle People: Taken to an extreme with Roll's arms. She doesn't even appear to have actual hands, making them look more like tentacles.
  • Volumetric Mouth: Roll easily has one of the largest mouths of the entire cast, constantly stuck in this wide-open expression.


A silent robot who walks on treads and typically hangs out with everyone but Megaman.
  • Shout-Out: Bass's design is heavily modeled after an astromech droid, particularly an R2 unit.
  • The Rival: Notably averted with this incarnation of the character, as Quickman takes over the roll completely. In fact, Megaman barely even acknowledges his existence.
  • The Speechless: to the point that even his character description on the comic's website is completely blank.


"He died at the hospital today."
  • Almost Dead Guy: always lives just long enough for Megaman to happen upon him before giving a sappy speech and dying.
  • No Body Left Behind: In a likely parody of the trope, Vile's body will fade away seconds after his passing.
  • Forgotten Fallen Friend: Exaggerated. He talks as if he is an old friend of Megaman, but after his body disappears...
    Megaman:who was that idiot

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