Mega Man: Fully Charged cartoon is still in manufacturing, according to one of its writers

Mega Man: Fully Charged cartoon is still in production, according to one of its writers screenshot

As maximum Cartoon Network audience know, they are in all places with scheduling and mid-season breaks (heck, simply breaks in basic). Sometimes a display will likely be super-hyped for months after which burned off in weeks, simplest to pop up months later. So when considerations had been shared that the community had pulled Mega Man: Fully Charged, it could have made sense if it was once long past for just right.

It does not appear to be even though, a minimum of according to one member of its manufacturing personnel. Writer Joe Kelly took to Twitter to notice that they’re “still very a lot in manufacturing,” and that “new episodes” are coming. When? Well we do not in point of fact know, which is extremely unusual for the reason that maximum TV networks supply that data forward of time (even months-long season breaks get “will go back in [x month]” promos, however in accordance with Kelly’s statements the display still exists.

As I have stated repeatedly Fully Charged is just right at what it does inside the age team it objectives. It’s now not a display for everybody nevertheless it does a good task at bringing new more youthful Mega Man enthusiasts into the fold with out feeling mean-spirited and with subtly including a couple of new dimensions to the nature (like Mega Man taking at the psyche of a Robot Master he steals powers from).

Joe Kelly [Twitter by means of Rockman Corner]

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