Mega Man Vs Iron Man

Mega Man Vs Iron Man

Suggested by Zach Thoroman

For this fight we have Mega Man facing off against Iron Man (Marvel).

Infinite prep-time, and all incarnations of their best suits.

Who wins?

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32 Comments on "Mega Man Vs Iron Man"

  1. sadot06 December 18, 2014 at 6:40 am -      #1

    Epic Megaman pic, but I’m going with Tony since it’s all incarnations and best suits. Doesn’t that include the Celestial wiper?

  2. nsl98 December 18, 2014 at 6:45 am -      #2

    Iron Man can apparently keep up with Sentry:

    i1235.photobucket.com/albums/ff425/superbot400/Iron%20Man/Imagebot/K95P7.jpg

    I’ve also heard that that even at low percentage, he can easily tank nukes:

    Just scroll down a bit to find the scan:

    www.comicvine.com/forums/battles-7/aang-vs-iron-man-1497125/

  3. Rookie December 18, 2014 at 6:47 am -      #3

    @sadot06

    “Doesn’t that include the Celestial wiper?”

    If this was in canon then yes.

    About Megaman:

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=McjxOBZrmoo#t=100

  4. Warlock Lowk December 18, 2014 at 7:02 am -      #4

    Tony at his best can
    -control a legion of other Ironman armors
    -control/take over technology
    -regrow limbs
    -think at the speed of light
    -absorb tremendous amounts of energy
    -Transform
    -time travel
    -trap people in shields and stasis
    ===
    He has made
    -armors that can withstand megatons
    -a teleporter
    – a building sized mech armor
    -a satellite that can transfer power to him from Jupiter to put out power that made magneto struggle.
    -countermeasures for phasing
    -a device that can make blackholes
    -adamantium grade weapons and items

  5. Rookie December 18, 2014 at 7:03 am -      #5

    @Warlock Lowk

    “Tony at his best can
    -control a legion of other Ironman armors
    -control/take over technology
    -regrow limbs
    -think at the speed of light
    -absorb tremendous amounts of energy
    -Transform
    -time travel
    -trap people in shields and stasis
    ===
    He has made
    -armors that can withstand megatons
    -a teleporter
    – a building sized mech armor
    -a satellite that can transfer power to him from Jupiter to put out power that made magneto struggle.
    -countermeasures for phasing
    -a device that can make blackholes
    -adamantium grade weapons and items”

    Enough to win.

  6. Warlock Lowk December 18, 2014 at 7:10 am -      #6

    “Doesn’t that include the Celestial wiper?”

    He can’t control it.

  7. The Terror December 18, 2014 at 7:14 am -      #7

    I am going to argue for Megaman. First, Rookie that video had X not megaman.

    “-armors that can withstand megatons”
    How strong is a nuke.

    “-a teleporter”
    MM can do that as well.

    “a building sized mech armor”
    Can it take nuke?

    “a device that can make blackholes”
    How much damage did it do in the game MM fought someone who could do that.

    Is Dr. Light allowed during prep?

  8. The Terror December 18, 2014 at 7:16 am -      #8

    If X is being used here I call infinite darkhold.

  9. Rookie December 18, 2014 at 7:31 am -      #9

    @The Terror

    “First, Rookie that video had X not megaman.”

    Isn’t X also megaman?

    “Is Dr. Light allowed during prep?”

    This is probably outside help.

  10. Ragnorke December 18, 2014 at 7:35 am -      #10

    ” Iron Man can apparently keep up with Sentry:”

    That was during Sentrys early days, back when he still didn’t really know jack shit about his powers.
    Dark Avengers was a major amp for him.
    Uncanny Avengers was a second amp.

    ” How strong is a nuke.”

    A few megatons. Not a large amount at all though.

    “Can it take nuke?”

    His tiny shitty armors have taken nukes.
    His current armor is better than all the previous ones by a large margin.

    Thinking at light speed makes this a win for Tony. Do NOT underestimate how big of a difference that makes.

  11. Rookie December 18, 2014 at 7:35 am -      #11

    Also factpile.com/1078-mega-man-vs-ironman/
    Isn’t this is the same match?
    We have two same matches?

  12. Warlock Lowk December 18, 2014 at 8:09 am -      #12

    “How strong is a nuke.”

    A megaton? Well let me put it this way, a 13 kiloton devastated a city. A megaton is 1000 kilotons.
    ===
    “Can it take nuke?”

    Have no idea. Though the stuff he uses to make his regular armors can withstand one.
    It took on another skyscraper size monster pretty easily.
    He is the mech by the way
    realre.freeiz.com/comics/ironman/27/halaman/Iron%20Man%20(2012-)%20027-017.jpg
    ===
    “How much damage did it do in the game MM fought someone who could do that.”

    Well it wasn’t designed to do damage. It was made as a mean of destorying something while being contain enough it does destory everything else around it.
    large building/factory thing
    static.comicvine.com/uploads/scale_super/4/47437/1277245-1276902_im_26_dcp_024_super.jpg

    Sucked it up and the land around it leaving one big hole
    media.animevice.com/uploads/0/6253/241542-1276907_im_26_dcp_030_super_super.jpg
    ===
    So found some info on Megaman. Solar energy attack might not work as Ironman can absorb and has coating to help deflect energy.
    Also megaman joints are magnetic,
    kobun20.interordi.com/2012/12/24/rockman-schemata/
    That could be a problem since Ironman can manipulate magnetic fields.
    static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/11111/111118857/3514031-magnetism+2.jpg
    ===
    “If X is being used here I call infinite darkhold.”

    What it’s range?

  13. The Terror December 18, 2014 at 8:24 am -      #13

    “What it’s range?”
    In game it’s the entire screen and I saw someone say it is described as freezing a dimension.

  14. Warlock Lowk December 18, 2014 at 8:36 am -      #14

    As mentioned before can control tech
    in ADDITION to being capable of manipulating metal. So that’s two different way to manipulating Megaman.

    Also, I forgot about about him building the space armor that he used to take on starships
    www.comicbookmovie.com/images/users/uploads/10300/prv15066_pg3.jpg
    www.comicbookresources.com/assets/images/preview/3052612i14685/prv14685_pg2.jpg
    ===
    As for Dark Hold, I recall seeing Ironman having shielding to protect him from temporal fuckery. I’ll look for that later.

  15. nsl98 December 18, 2014 at 8:46 am -      #15

    Isn’t this is the same match?
    We have two same matches?

    ——-

    BankGambling has a rule where after 5 yrs, a rematch can be held.

  16. Tails111 December 18, 2014 at 10:48 am -      #16

    As a big Mega Man fan, I say that X shouldn’t count. He is a completely different character, built about 100 years after the original. The two have even cross-overed at least three times.

    Mega Man has that nifty time-stop ability, but it doesn’t last very long.

  17. nsl98 December 18, 2014 at 11:13 am -      #17

    What’s MM’s speed? Even in weaker armors, Iron Man has always been at least supersonic-hypersonic in speed. Pretty sure his Guardians of the Galaxy armor was light speed too.

  18. Jake_Uzumaki December 18, 2014 at 11:35 am -      #18

    Iron Man had the Infinity Gauntlet which integrated itself into his armor once…
    He also had a mystic knight armor with Excaliburs scabbard integrating itself into his armor which made him as invulnerable as he wanted to be.

  19. Mea quidem sententia December 18, 2014 at 2:53 pm -      #19

    Little Boy, a nuclear weapon, had a yield of 16 kilotons. “Nuke” doesn’t mean “1 megaton”. Also, Tony wasn’t directly in the blast, from what it appears. I still thin Tony wins, though.

  20. Amm0vamp1r3 December 18, 2014 at 3:06 pm -      #20

    infinite prep-time? How does that work?

  21. The Terror December 18, 2014 at 3:12 pm -      #21

    “infinite prep-time? How does that work?”
    As much time as they need.

  22. Warlock Lowk December 18, 2014 at 3:40 pm -      #22

    “Little Boy, a nuclear weapon, had a yield of 16 kilotons. “Nuke” doesn’t mean “1 megaton”. Also, Tony wasn’t directly in the blast, from what it appears. I still thin Tony wins, though.”

    Megaton came from a different suit of armors Tony built.
    And how far would one have to be from a group of nukes going off for it to be unimpressive?

  23. Friendlysociopath December 18, 2014 at 3:51 pm -      #23

    And how far would one have to be from a group of nukes going off for it to be unimpressive?

    I think it’s 7 1/2 miles for a normal human to survive a 1 megaton bomb, and that’s not counting debris- just shockwave, radiation, oxygen deprivation and so on. Not really answering the question but throwing that out there.

    So if Tony was within that distance of them he was tanking at least some of the blast.

  24. Mea quidem sententia December 19, 2014 at 11:56 am -      #24

    Warlock Lowk Post #22
    I’m not say it’s not impressive, just not direct. In reality, even behind that armor, Tony’s lungs would have ruptured and his armor would have melted. At ground zero, one would be vaporized. (If we went with the movie armor, titanium gold wouldn’t protect Tony at all, and no known material today can withstand that heat.) From the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, a 100 kiloton bomb would produce a fireball hotter than the Sun.

  25. PrimusxPilus December 19, 2014 at 12:38 pm -      #25

    Well that’s awesome, since he didn’t. So that’s either a suit durability feat, a body durability feat, or both, since he survived it. An older armor at 3% energy tanked a nuke, or so I’ve seen repeatedly enough to believe. Good match I’ll follow the rematch as well

  26. captain napalm December 19, 2014 at 8:33 pm -      #26

    “What’s MM’s speed? Even in weaker armors, Iron Man has always been at least supersonic-hypersonic in speed. Pretty sure his Guardians of the Galaxy armor was light speed too.”

    I don’t think classic Megaman has any significant speed feats I can recall, other than some time-stop-ness (which isn’t really speed, and is limited use and needs to be charged).

    On the other hand, X, Zero, Battle Network and Starforce Megaman probably have some good feats (given that there are anime adaptations of them), and if in the crossovers classic Megaman was shown to be on par with them…(not sure if he has, haven’t seen the crossovers)

  27. Alpha or Omega December 19, 2014 at 10:47 pm -      #27

    @Mea Quidem Sententia
    “I’m not say it’s not impressive, just not direct. In reality, even behind that armor, Tony’s lungs would have ruptured and his armor would have melted. At ground zero, one would be vaporized. (If we went with the movie armor, titanium gold wouldn’t protect Tony at all, and no known material today can withstand that heat.) From the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, a 100 kiloton bomb would produce a fireball hotter than the Sun.”
    /
    While we didn’t give you context, here
    topicstock.pantip.com/chalermthai/topicstock/2011/05/A10544787/A10544787-2.jpg
    we are told that “You are wearing armor designed to keep you alive after dancing the mamba with a 50-megaton nuke.”
    So, the armors are designed for UN Peacekeepers to survive nukes.
    /
    The only reason we see a bullet piercing the armor the next scan is because it has arctic vibranium and they didn’t have shields. Arctic vibranium is a fictional material which can break down molecules of metals

  28. Mea quidem sententia December 20, 2014 at 8:05 pm -      #28

    PrimusxPilus Post #25
    Or the authors, writers, whatever, don’t know what they’re talking about. Things are often ignored, such as internal damage, and we know Tony isn’t like the Hulk in terms of durability outside his armor.

  29. Murder December 21, 2014 at 12:56 am -      #29

    ” nsl98 December 18, 2014 at 6:45 am – #2

    Iron Man can apparently keep up with Sentry”



    BAHHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAH!

  30. PrimusxPilus December 23, 2014 at 3:28 pm -      #30

    Or he’s such a Damn genius he has dampeners to not go squish. Regardless it is a feat.

  31. Guardian Dualgunner M1911A1 December 24, 2014 at 1:35 pm -      #31

    Intriguing match. Watched.

  32. TLCBonaparte January 19, 2015 at 11:53 pm -      #32

    I think Extremis can hack any machinery, or is it bleeding edge? Anyway, can’t Tony just hack Megaman?

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