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Bright Man is an orange robot with a yellow light bulb on his head. His eyes are green, his right arm has a cannon, his arms are white and his legs are black while his hands and feet are orange. His Ruby-Spears incarnation gives him a yellow face and a solar panel on his chest.
Mega Man 4
In battle, Bright Man will jump towards Mega Man to damage him, he can stop him using his Flash Stopper and jump towards him or shoot him. An odd thing is that Bright Man's Flash Stopper is disabled at all health values barring 16, 8, and 4. His weakness is the Rain Flush; upon defeating Bright Man, Mega Man will get his hands on the Flash Stopper. Bright Man reappears in the boss rush where he's defeated again.
Mega Man & Bass
Bright Man makes a cameo as CD data in Mega Man & Bass.
Mega Man IV
Bright Man is one of the first four bosses in Mega Man IV. His moves are the same, but his Flash Stopper is there for him to use regardless his HP.
Mega Man (Game Gear)
In Mega Man for the Game Gear, Bright Man is one of the four bosses, his moves are the same, his weakness is the Star Crash.
Mega Man (Ruby-Spears)
Bright Man appears in the Mega Man cartoon in the episodes "Electric Nightmare", "Robo Spider", "Curse of the Lion Men" and "Bro Bots".
In Electric Nightmare, he storms the Power Plant, paralysing the workers there with his Flash Stopper. Mega Man uses a mirror to make Bright Man hit himself with the attack. Rush then steals the Flash Stopper, blinding Bright Man's cohorts with it so Mega Man can defeat Dr. Wily.
His appearance in Robo Spider has him try to blast Mega Man with his tank, but he misses and is defeated. Bright Man later appears and has his weapon copied by Mega Man, who blinds Wily's robots with it to get the upper hand.