Villain Overview
Please do, MegaMan! Hate me lots! The more you hate me, the stronger I become.
~ Dark MegaMan.

Hub Hikari also known as Dark MegaMan known as Dark Rockman (ダークロックマンDāku Rokkuman) in Japan, is one of the main antagonists in Mega Man Battle Network series and in Rockman.EXE Stream. He is the embodiment of MegaMan.EXE's inner darkness and was given form by the power of Dark Chips. 

He was voiced by Akiko Kimura in the anime. 


Mega Man Battle Network 4

After MegaMan is forced to use a Dark Chip to delete Duo.EXE, his Dark Soul is born. MegaMan is later forced to succumb the temptation of using the Dark Chips.

Dark MegaMan then appears as an apparition, reveal to be an creation by Duo.EXE. Duo.EXE tests Dark to fight MegaMan and see if he is strong enough to conquer the darkness himself.

MegaMan fights Dark, but then disappears, Duo then said that MegaMan only suppressed Dark instead of destroying him.

That the end of Black Earth 2, Dark appears by the Mirror of Truth. Dark then fights MegaMan, but is defeated by him.

Mega Man Battle Network 5

When Nebula captures MegaMan, his body is fill with dark power and transforms into Dark MegaMan. Dark then is in charge of the first half of End Area.

Later, When Dark is defeated during the Liberation Mission, MegaMan returns back to normal.

Rockman.EXE Stream

In the anime, When Darkloid ShadeMan ensure the Darkloids rule the future, he implemented his data into a rocket and a bit onto MegaMan's neck. later on, MegaMan's data is tainted and converted to his dark side Dark MegaMan.

Lan fortunately remembers the vaccine chip that was used on Dark ProtoMan. With Lan's aid, MegaMan defeats the Darkness and returns back to normal long enough to destroy ShadeMan and his rocket of Darkloid data for good.

When MegaMan ran back to Lan, a dark energy separated itself from him, and took off. Mysteriously laugh is heard in the background, but was Dr. Regal.

After five episodes, MegaMan is seen attacking his friends and nearly deleting them. Later that day, he tries to rob a bank, but ends up in jail, much to Lan's anguish. As the two find themselves alone together, MegaMan begs Lan to delete him before he can do any more harm. But Lan refuses, until he realizes that the MegaMan in front of him really isn't MegaMan at all.

Dark MegaMan reveals to be responsible for all those crimes and reveals the real MegaMan is trap deep in the internet, seen being attacked by a horde of Darkloids. Later Dr. Regal sends Dark Duo's Cornet, but Dark is then defeated by MegaMan. However, Dark succeeds by escaping and accessing to Duo's Cornet. But after succeeding, Dark is impaled by Slur through his back. But in the end, Dark sacrifice himself in order to allow MegaMan to escape, and after he escapes, Dark's data fused with MegaMan, and MegaMan forgives him for his redemption.

Megaman NT Warrior

In the manga, Dark along with LaserMan appear after MegaMan defeats Bass and collapses. Dark reveals he's been causing all those Net forces to confuse him with the real MegaMan, and planned to absorb Bass' last power. But Dark needed enough energy by stemming MegaMan's hatred for him. By becoming stronger to absorb Bass' power, he needed to trick MegaMan into detesting him, by putting his loved ones in danger. Dark eventually absorbs Bass, he betrays LaserMan and absorbs him as well. However, Dark is defeated by MegaMan.


Dark Mega is describe as callous, narcissistic, sadistic, traitorous, and violent NetNavis. Shown in the game, anime and manga, he is willing to murder everyone or even delete any other NetNavis, as well betray the people he works with.

Powers and Abilities

Dark Mega possesses MegaMan's abilities such as, Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Can of convert parts of his body into various weapons via Battle Chips, Possible Time Stop with Mega and Giga Class chips (Debatable), Expert Marksman, Capable Hand to Hand Combatant, Regeneration.

But he also has his own abilities such as, Dark Power, Soul Manipulation and Darkness Manipulation via Dark Chips, Tremendous Computer Memory Capacity (Used to store his human DNA and allows him to forcibly assimilate other Data Beings), Ultimate Program (Grants access to most of his transformation abilities and is more adaptable than most other Navis) additional abilities such as Flight with Battle Chips and Programs, Summoning via Mega Chips, Giga Chips, and Program Advances, Can terraform the surrounding environment into an ocean, grassland, desert, or volcanic region with Battle Chips.

  • Attack Potency: Low Multiverse level (The original MegaMan.EXE defeated Alpha, who had absorbed Bassand was the previous incarnation of the Cyber World, Took a coalition of elite NetNavis, including Colonel.EXE or ProtoMan.EXE, to subdue. In the manga continuity, Dark MegaMan.EXE was able to forcibly absorb and gain the powers of both Bass and LaserMan.EXE)
  • Speed: Massively FTL+ (At least 2.7 Billion C via scaling to his original, who also ran through the entire Cyber World in a short period of time)
  • Lifting Strength: At least Class 50, likely much higher (Identical to MegaMan.EXE)
  • Striking Strength: Low Multiversal (His original traded blows with Bass, who was able to crush the Dark Aura, which was designed to survive the collapse of the Cyber World, with a single blow)
  • Durability: Low Multiverse level (Survived multiple fights with his original as well as blows from ProtoMan.EXEand Colonel.EXE) 
  • Stamina: Quite high, equal to Base MegaMan.EXE who routinely fights gauntlets and survived fights with foes like Nebula Grey and Bass.
  • Range: Extended melee range with melee Battle Chips. Interplanetary with Mega Buster and ranged Battle Chips.
  • Standard Equipment: Mega Buster, Battle Chips, and Dark Chips.
  • Intelligence: Likely equal to MegaMan.EXE's, but contrary to the calm and collected MegaMan.EXE, Dark MegaMan.EXE is quite animalistic and aggressive when fighting.


Mega Man Villains
Mega Man Classic

Air Man | Bass | Bomb Man | Bubble Man | Burst Man | Centaur Man | Clown Man | Cossack Numbers | Copy Mega Man | Crash Man | Cut Man | Dark Man | Devil Series | Doc Robot | Dr. Cossack | Dr. Wily | Drill Man | Elec Man | Evil Robot | Fire Man | Flash Man | Gamma | Gemini Man | Genesis Unit | Ground Man | Guts Man | Heat Man | Ice Man | King | King Army | Light Numbers | Magnet Man | Mega Man Killers | Oil Man | Pharaoh Man | Quick Man | Ra Moon | Robot Master Tournament Contestants | Search Man | Shadow Man | Snake Man | Spring Man | Sword Man | Stardroids | Sunstar | Terra | Tengu Man | Top Man | Wily Numbers | Wood Man | Yamato Man

Mega Man X

Armored Armadillo | Bamboo Pandamonium | Berkana | Bit and Byte | Blast Hornet | Blaze Heatnix | Boomer Kuwanger | Bubble Crab | Burn Rooster | Chill Penguin | Colonel | Colonel Redips | Crush Crawfish | Cyber Peacock | Dark Dizzy | Doppler Army | Double | Dr. Doppler | Dynamo | Epsilon | Flame Mammoth | Flame Stag | Frost Walrus | Gareth | Gate | General | Gravity Beetle | Grizzly Slash | Ground Scaravich | High Max | Isoc | Izzy Glow | Launch Octopus | Lumine | Magma Dragoon | Magna Centipede | Mavericks | Mechaniloids | Metal Shark Player | Morph Moth | New Generation Reploids | Nightmare Investigators | Nightmare Phenomenon | Overdrive Ostrich | Rainy Turtloid | Rebellion Army | Red | Red Alert Syndicate | Repliforce | Sigma | Slash Beast | Spark Mandrill | Spider | Splash Warfly | Split Mushroom | Squid Adler | Sting Chameleon | Storm Eagle | Storm Owl | Toxic Seahorse | Tunnel Rhino | Vile | Volt Catfish | Web Spider | Wheel Gator | Wind Crowrang | Wire Sponge | X Hunters | Zain and Geemel

Mega Man Zero

Copy X | Crea & Prea | Dark Elf | Dr. Weil | Eight Gentle Judges | Einherjar | Elpizo | Fefnir | Four Guardians | Kraft | Mutos Reploids | Omega

Mega Man ZX

Aeolus | Atlas | Master Albert | Model W | Pseudoroids | Serpent | Siarnaq | Thetis

Mega Man Legends

Birdbots | Bola | Bonne Family | Glyde Loathe | Klaymoor | Lex Loathe | Megaman Juno | Mistress Sera | Reaverbots | Servbots

Mega Man Battle Network

AirMan.EXE | Bass.EXE | BeastMan.EXE | BlastMan.EXE | BlizzardMan.EXE | BowlMan.EXE | BrightMan.EXE | BubbleMan.EXE | BurnerMan.EXE | CircusMan.EXE | ClockMan.EXE | CloudMan.EXE | ColdMan.EXE | ColorMan.EXE | CosmoMan.EXE | CutMan.EXE | Cybeasts | Dark MegaMan.EXE | Dark ProtoMan.EXE | DesertMan.EXE | DiveMan.EXE | Duo.EXE | DrillMan.EXE | ElecMan.EXE | ElementMan.EXE | FireMan.EXE | FlashMan.EXE | FreezeMan.EXE | GravityMan.EXE | HeatMan.EXE | JudgeMan.EXE | KnightMan.EXE | LarkMan.EXE | Lord Wily | MagicMan.EXE | MagnetMan.EXE | Net Mafia Gospel | PlantMan.EXE | PharaohMan.EXE | QuickMan.EXE | ShadeMan.EXE | SparkMan.EXE | StarMan.EXE | StoneMan.EXE | SwordMan.EXE | VideoMan.EXE | World Three

Mega Man Star Force

Andromeda | Apollo Flame | Cancer | Cepheus | Corvus | Crown | Cygnus | Dealer | Diamond Ice | Dr. Vega | Dread Joker R | Gemini | General Auriga | Harp Note IF | Hollow | Hyde | Jack | Jammers | Joker | Laplace | Le Mu | Libra | Mr. King | Omega-Xis Copy | Ophiuca | Patrick Sprigs | Queen Tia | Rich Dotcom | Sirius | Solo | Taurus | Virgo | Wolf


Constellation Droids | Dimensions | Dr. Wily (Mega Man TV Series) | Origami Man | Proto Man | R-Shadow | Robosaur Park Dinosaurs | Slur | Vespor Woman