The following games have their own pages:
- Mega Man 2
- Mega Man 7
- Mega Man X
- Mega Man Legends
- Mega Man Powered Up
- Mega Man Battle Network
- Mega Man Zero
- Mega Man ZX
- Mega Man Star Force
- Mega Man (Ruby-Spears)
- Mega Man (Archie Comics)
- Mega Man 3
- In Mega Man 6, when Wily reveals himself, he says that his "scheme for world domination has faild!" While this was fixed in future copies (like the Anniversary Collection), Lets Player GeminiLaser made an amusing comment on it during his Mega Man 6 playthrough.
"My scheme for world domination has fai...fail...faild...But I still have enough power to destroy proper spelling!"
- Cut Man appears as a Bonus Boss in the Sega Saturn version of Mega Man 8. When he is defeated, he...makes just about the strangest sound in existence.
- Mega Man 9
This is where you first went wrong, Wily! Then this time! And this time! And this time! And this time! And this time! And this time! And this time! And this time!
- The ending features an Overly Long Gag where Mega Man points out how many times Wily has failed in the past:
- The fact that the screen of Wily's defeat in 7, 8 and & Bass were "recorded" in 8-bit style (you can tell, because Mega Man is the right colors for their respective Kryptonite Factor weapons) is even more hilarious.
- The "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue with the rebuilt Robot Masters.
- A meta example: It was revealed that Hornet Man was originally a female robot master. The fans react exactly as you would expect.
- 10 brings us the Overly Long Gag involving the Wily Castle map, before the final level.
- Mega Man 11
Auto: Oh, brother, there's no end to 'em! Doc, how about giving your favorite assistant a break?
- With the announcement, we're also given a preview of the January 2018 cover for Game Informer◊. It showcases 11 incarnations of Mega Man, each representing the way he was designed for the US box arts of each Classic series game. They are all drawn very accurately.
- Besides his updated design for 11, Mega Man's design as seen for the box art of 8 is also featured on the cover. Because the cover of said game used original Japanese artwork, it's the only other incarnation that is accurate to his design. This makes it stick out more among the other inaccurate ones.
- When Impact Man was revealed and shown off, some people joked that one of his attacks made him resemble a fidget spinner. Lo and behold, somebody made an actual Impact Man fidget spinner only five days later.
- This exchange, regarding all the maintenance check-ups:
Roll: I don't need a break, Auto! You know, for a robot, you sure do complain a lot! Now let's crank it up a gear!
Auto: Roll, I ain't a machine! I mean, I am, but still...
- A Meta Example. The retail Switch versions of Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 & 2 give out 2 in the form of a download code. When does the code expire? The year 2799. The overkill to make sure no one would receive an expired code is hilarious.
- In Episode 46: "A Man Man for All Seasons", When Aki is unable to transform into Mega Man, he tries to put together a Man Man-inspired costume with a leaf blower in place of his Mega Buster. All this is set to a low-budget version of his normal transformation theme, which eventually peters out as the tape around the leaf blower falls off.
- On August 15th, 2018, Dr. Wily borrowed a page from his portly counterpart and hijacked the Mega Man Twitter. This no doubt brings about a bunch of gems, like...Dark Throwback: Why haven't you made a Spiked Wall Man yet?
Dr. Wily: Even genius like mine runs into budget setbacks every now and then. You wouldn't believe how much spikes cost.Ethan Miley: Are you ever going to change your outfit?
Dr. Wily: I've got a new shirt and tie, thank you! I'll have you know that lab coats and belt buckle skulls never go out of style.I'm Not Seth Rogan: Any secret projects we should know about?
Dr. Wily: WHO TOLD Y- absolutely none! None at all!