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The First Megaman GameEdit
|Debut: April 13, 2000|
In-Game Debut: August 6, 2000
Defeated: August 8, 2000 (not shown)Weapon acquired: Rolling Cutter
Designed by Dr. Wily, Cut Man's original purpose was to be Dr. Light's gardener, using the large scissors on his head to cut plants.
Cut Man was the first Robot Master that Mega Man fought during the reenactment of the first Mega Man game. Despite Cut Man trying his hardest to be intimidating, Mega Man failed to take him seriously or respect him as an opponent.
Cut Man recently appeared as a robot in the First Annual Robot Tournament in the Mega Man 6 storyline. He was killed by Plant Man, but the death is not shown (all we can assume from is Plant Man saying how Cut Man would like to get "plucked", but the death is not shown).
|Debut: August 14, 2000
Defeated: August 16, 2000Weapon acquired: Super Arm
Using the Rolling Cutter (which he had received from beating Cut Man), Mega Man managed to beat Guts Man by deflecting a blade off of Guts Man and into the unstable ceiling above him. The resulting cave in crushed Guts Man.
Guts Man recently appeared in the First Annual Robot Tournament storyline. He fought Stone Man. Stone Man turned himself into rubble and Guts Man ended up throwing him at Mega Man (who came down at the wrong time). Guts Man was one of the survivors when Mega Man/Vic started killing all the robots. But however, he exploded when he tried to use logic with Dr. Wily.
|Debut: August 17, 2000
Defeated: August 18, 2000Weapon acquired: Ice Slasher
Feeling confident with Guts Man's abilities, Mega Man attempted to use the Super Arm against Ice Man. When that failed, Mega Man was forced to resort to the less orthodox method of throwing a frozen rock into Ice Man's open mouth.
|Debut: August 19, 2000|
Defeated: August 19, 2000 (not shown)
According to Dave, "Given the nature of the attack against Fire Man, I saw no need to drag the attack out any further."
Fire Man recently fought Pharaoh Man in The First Annual Robot Tournament. This battle was also very short as Pharaoh Man gave Blizzard Man a dollar to kill him.
|Debut: August 20, 2000
Defeated: August 28, 2000Weapon acquired: Thunder Beam
Despite Mega Man's original confidence, he soon found himself to be clearly outmatched. Feeling that he had no way of beating Elec Man, Mega Man resorted to fleeing from battle (and prompting the first use of what Dave calls the "Zoink!" joke.
Due to the comic's two dimensional nature, Mega Man's running lead him right into Bomb Man's lair.
In the end, Mega Man tricked Elec Man into accidently activating Bomb Man's cache of bombs. The resulting explosion destroyed both Elec Man and Bomb Man.
Elec Man recently fought Drill Man in The First Annual Robot Tournament. Elec Man handed him off to Toad Man.
|Debut: August 23, 2000
Defeated: August 28, 2000Weapon acquired: Hyper Bomb
Having fled from Elec Man, Mega Man inadvertantly runs directly into Bomb Man's lair. Figuring that the the "Zoink!" technique had worked earlier, Mega Man distacted Bomb Man by getting him to take his focus off Mega Man and onto his cache of bombs (which were sitting slightly off screen).
When Mega Man attempting running in the opposite direction, he finds himself (once more) face to face with Elec Man. Now fighting two Robot Masters at once, Mega Man was forced to be more cunning in his strategy
In the end, Mega Man tricks Elec Man into accidently activating Bomb Man's cache of bombs. The resulting explosion destroyed both Elec Man and Bomb Man.
Bomb Man recently cameoed in February 18th 2006's strip. He appeared along with Star Man and Metal Man. Metal Man stole Bomb Man's bomb and they were all acting dumb. The bomb then exploded. Bomb Man recovered and was the unlucky robot to face Ran Mark II.