This is an Anime series of the Super Smash Bros series, each featuring the cast of the games, Captain N (though some from the actual games instead of just refurbishing of the characters), Pokémon, Mario, and even some continuity with the Sonic X Remake series (OAV AU version only).
|Super Smash Bros (Anime Series)|
|Created by|| Masahiro Sakurai|
|English Network||The Right Stuf Network|
Main Characters/Main Fictuous Voice List
|Character||Games/Shows||Japanese Voice Actor||English Voice Actor|
|Kevin Keene/Captain N||Captain N||Kappei Yamaguchi||Jason Spisak|
|Satoshi/Ash Ketchum||Pokémon||Rica Matsumoto||Sarah Natochenny|
|Mario||Super Mario Bros||Tohru Furuya||Charles Martinet|
|Luigi||Super Mario Bros||Naoki Tatsua||Charles Martinet|
|Princess Peach||Super Mario Bros||Miyako Endo||Samantha Kelly|
|Rockman/Megaman||Rockman/Megaman Classic||Fujino Kaoru||Laura Bailey|
|Princess Lana||Captain N||Kaori Asoh||Kari Wahlgren|
|Yoshi||Super Mario World||Kazumi Totaka||Kazumi Totaka|
|Princess Daisy||Super Mario Land||Fumiko Orikasa||Deanne Mustard|
|Pikachu||Pokémon||Ikue Otani||Ikue Otani|
|Kasumi/Misty||Pokémon||Mayumi Iizuka||Rachael Lillis|
|Takashi/Brock||Pokémon||Yuji Ueda||Eric Stuart|
|Haruka/May||Pokémon Advanced||KAORI||Michele Knotz|
|Masato/Max||Pokémon Advanced||Fushigi Yamada||Kayzie Rogers|
|Hikari/Dawn||Pokémon Diamond/Pearl||Megumi Toyoguchi||Emily Jenness|
|Piplup||Pokémon Diamond/Pearl||Etsuko Kozakura||Michele Knotz|
|Lucario (first appears in Subspace Emissary)||Pokémon Movie 8||Daisuke Namikawa||Sean Schemmel|
|Kirby||Kirby's Dream Land||Makiko Omoto||Makiko Omoto|
|Meta Knight||Kirby's Adventure||Atsushi Kisaichi||Jay Ward|
|Pit||Kid Icarus||Minami Takayama||Antony Del Rio|
|Palutena||Kid Icarus||Aya Hisakawa||Ali Hillis|
|Simon Belmont||Castlevania||Hiroki Takahashi||Keith Silverstein|
|Samus Aran||Metroid||Ogata Megumi||Jessica Martin|
|Roll||Rockman/Megaman Classic||Yoshimi Ninomiya||Robyn Ross|
Main Anti-Heroes/Fictitious Voice List
|Character||Games/Shows||Japanese Voice Actor||English Voice Actor|
|Wario||Super Mario Land 2||Chikao Otsuka||Charles Martinet|
|Waluigi||Mario Tennis||Kenta Miyake||Charles Martinet|
|Mona||Warioware||Yuka Imai||Monica Stori|
|Kat & Ana||Warioware||Yoko Asada||Monica Rial|
|9-Volt||Warioware||Aoi Tada||Kate Higgens|
|King Dedede||Kirby's Dream Land||Masahiro Sakurai||J. Michael Tatum|
|Dr. Escargon/Escargoon||Hoshi no Kirby/Kirby Right Back at Ya||Naoki Tatsuta||Jerry Jewell|
|Kojiro/James||Pokémon||Shin'ichirō Miki||Jimmy Zoppi|
|Mutashi/Jessie||Pokémon||Megumi Hayashibara||Michele Knotz|
|Nyath/Meowth||Pokémon||Inuko Inyami||Billy Beach|
|Bass||Rockman/Megaman Classic||Nobuyuki Hiyama||Scott McNeil|
|Protoman||Rockman/Megaman Classic||Ryōtarō Okiayu||Vic Mignora|
Main Villains/Fictitious Voice List
|Character||Games/Shows||Japanese Voice Actor||English Voice Actor|
|Bowser||Super Mario Bros||Masaharu Satō||Kenny James|
|Gannondorf||Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time||Hironori Miyata||David Kaye|
|Tabuu||Super Smash Bros Brawl||Teppei Shibuya||Ben Kingsly|
|Cackletta||Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga||Akiko Wada||Susan Slo|
|Shadow Queen||Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door||Miyako Endo||Cree Summer|
|Groddus||Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door||Takanobu Hozumi||Ben Kingsly|
|Lord Krump||Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door||Yoshiyuki Kaneko||Travis Willingham|
|Count Bleck||Super Paper Mario||Ogata Megumi||Quinton Flynn|
|Dimentio||Super Paper Mario||Akira Ishida||Mark Hamill|
|Ridley||Metroid||Naoki Tatsuta||Dan Green|
|Wart||Super Mario Bros 2||Takanobu Hozumi||Richard Epclair|
|Elder Shroob Princess||Mario & Luigi Partners in Time||Etsuko Kozakura||Susan Slo|
|Shroob Princess||Mario & Luigi Partners in Time||Etsuko Kozakura||Monica Rial|
|Nastasha||Super Paper Mario||Han Keiko||Jennifer Hale|
|Mimi||Super Paper Mario||Kaori Asou||Kate Higgins|
|O'Chunks||Super Paper Mario||Kouji Yusa||Rob Paulsen|
|Fawful||Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga||Rica Fukami||Rosearik Rikki Simons|
|Bowser Jr. & Baby Bowser||Super Mario Sunshine & Yoshi's Island||Kotono Mitsuishi||Caety Sagoian|
|Dr. Wily||Megaman/Rockman Classic||Norio Wakamoto||Scott McNeil|
|Vaati||The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap||???||???|
|Ghirahim||The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword||???||???|
Major/Important Characters/Fictitious Voice List
|Character||Games/Shows||Japanese Voice Actor||English Voice Actor|
|Toadsworth||Super Mario Sunshine||???||Charles Martinet|
|Mewtwo||Pokemon||Masachika Ichimura||Dan Green|
|Lucas||Mother 3||???||Lani Minella|
|Kumatora||Mother 3||???||Michelle Ruff|
|Claus||Mother 3||???||Lani Minella|
|Duster||Mother 3||???||Tom Kenny|
|Ness||Mother 2/Earthbound||Makiko Omoto||Kate Higgins|
|Paula||Mother 2/Earthbound||???||Tara Strong|
|Jeff||Mother 2/Earthbound||???||David Tennant|
|Poo||Mother 2/Earthbound||???||Chuck Huber|
|Captain Falcon||F-Zero||Ryo Horikawa||David Wills|
|Donkey Kong||Donkey Kong||Takashi Nagasako||???|
|Diddy Kong||Donkey Kong Country||Megumi Hayashibara||???|
|Dixie Kong||Donkey Kong Country 2||???||Veronica Taylor|
|Toad||Super Mario Bros||???||Samantha Kelly|
|Toadette||Mario Kart: Double Dash||???||Samantha Kelly|
|Beldam||Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door||???||Susan Slo|
|Marlyn||Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door||???||Cree Summers|
|Vivian||Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door||???||Lisa Ortiz|
|Lil' Mac||Punch Out||Hisao Egawa||Sean Schemmel|
|King Hippo||Punch Out||???||???|
|Eggplant Wizard||Kid Icarus||???||Charlie Adler|
|Pichu Big||Pokémon||Yumi Toma||Yumi Toma|
|Pichu Little||Pokémon||Satomi Korogi||Satomi Korogi|
|Popo||Ice Climbers||Sanae Kobayashi||Saffron Henderson|
|Nana||Ice Climbers||Sanae Kobayashi||Maxey Whitehead|
|Link||Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess||James Arnold Taylor|
|Zelda||Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess||Wendee Lee|
|Toon Link||Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker||Sachi Matsumoto||Maxey Whitehead|
|Toon Zelda/Tetra||Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker||Hikari Tachibana||Elle Fanning|
|Young Link||Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time||???||Bryce Papenbrook|
|Saria||Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time||???||Stephanie Sheh|
|Solid Snake||Metal Gear Solid||Akio Otsuka||David Hayter|
|Fox McCloud||Star Fox||Kenji Nojima||Jim Walker|
|Krystal||Star Fox Adventure||Aya Hara||Alésia Glidewell|
|Falco Lombardi||Star Fox||Hisao Egawa||Dex Manley|
|Wolf O'Donnell||Star Fox 64||Mahito Ouba||Jay Ward|
|Mr. Game & Watch||Game & Watch||N/A||N/A|
|Pokemon Trainer/Kent||Pokémon||Tomoe Hanba||Michelle Knotz|
|Squirtle||Pokémon||Rikako Aikawa||Michelle Knotz|
|Charizard||Pokémon||Shin'ichiro Miki||Shin'ichiro Miki|
|Jigglypuff||Pokémon||Mika Kanai||Rachel Lillis|
|Gary Oak||Pokémon||Yūko Kobayashi||Jimmy Zoppi|
|Rosetta/Rosalina||Super Mario Galaxy||Rica Fukami||Kerri Kane|
|Quake Woman/Tempo||Megaman/Rockman Archie Comics series||Aya Hirano||Caitlin Glass|
(More to Come)
Main and Major Sonic/Rare Characters/Fictious Voice list
|Character||Games/Shows||Japanese Voice Actor||English Voice Actor|
|Sonic, Metal Sonic, & Scourge||Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic CD, & Sonic Comics||Junichi Kanemaru||Roger Craig Smith|
|Shadow the Hedgehog||Sonic Adventure 2||Kouji Yusa||Kirk Thornton|
|Tails, Miles||Sonic the Hedgehog 2 & Sonic Comics||Ryo Hirohashi||Kate Higgins|
|Knuckles, Fists||Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Sonic Comics||Nobutoshi Kanna||Travis Willingham|
|Amy Rose, Rosy||Sonic CD & Sonic Comics||Taeko Kawata||Cindy Robinson|
|Manic, Menace||Sonic Underground & SU Remake OC||Ogata Megumi||Greg Cipes|
|Sonia, Sylvia||Sonic Underground & SU Remake OC||Ayumi Hamasaki||Louise Ridgeway|
|Rouge, Jewels||Sonic Adventure 2 & SU Remake OC||Rumi Ochiai||Karen Strassman|
|Fang/Nack, Dominos||Sonic & Tails 2/Sonic Triple Trouble & SU Remake OC||Megumi Hayashibara||Johnny Yong Bosch|
|Conkula/Batula, Vamps||Conker's Bad Fur Day & SU Remake OC||Romi Park||Chris Seavor|
|Uma-chan/Umana||Sonic Underground Remake Exclusive||Megumi Hayashibara||Karen Strassman|
|Eggman, Eggman Nega||Sonic the Hedgehog & Sonic Rush||Chikao Otsuka||Mike Pollock|
|Conker||Conker's Bad Fur Day||Romi Park||Chris Seavor|
|Sleet, Slick||Sonic Underground & SU Remake OC||Kouichi Yamadera||Maurice LaMarche|
|Dingo||Sonic Underground||Tomohisa Asou||Peter Wilds|
|Banjo, Baron||Banjo-Kazooie & SU Remake OC||Tohru Furuya||Bill Farmer|
|Kazooie, Flute||Banjo-Kazooie & SU Remake OC||Emi Shinohara||Mae Whitman|
|Vip/Nic, Demona||Sonic Comics, & SU Remake OC||Rio Natsuki||Rachel MacFarlene|
|Cream, Butter, Vanilla||Sonic Advance 2 & SU Remake OC||Sayaka Aoki||Michelle Ruff|
|Ze Professor||Conker's Bad Fur Day||Etsuko Kozakura||Chris Seavor|
|Sally, Alicia||Sonic SatAM & Sonic Comics||Junko Takeuchi||Kath Soucie|
|Aleena, Anette||Sonic Underground & SU Remake OC||Ayumi Hamasaki||Monica Rial|
|Rodent, Squirts||Conker's Bad Fur Day & SU Remake OC||Megumi Urawa||Kate Higgens|
|Gregg||Conker's Bad Fur Day||Megumi Urawa||Chris Seavor|
|Bartleby||Sonic Underground||Ogata Megumi||Phil Hayes|
|Cyrus||Sonic Underground||Takuzou Kamiyama||Ian James Corlett|
|Charmy||Knuckles' Chaotix||Yoko Teppouzuka||Colleen O'Shaughnessey|
|Vector||Knuckles' Chaotix||Kenta Miyake||Keith Silverstein|
|Espio||Knuckles' Chaotix||Yuki Masuda||Troy Baker|
|Fiona, Sandy||Sonic Comics & SU Remake OC||Fumiko Orikasa||Melissa Fahn|
|Lara-le||Sonic Comics||Atori Shigematsu||Tres MacNeille|
|Don Weazo||Conker's Bad Fur Day||Takashi Matsuyama||Chris Seavor|
|Julie-su, Cyberia||Sonic Comics & SU Remake OC||Yuuko Mitzutani||Kathy Segal|
|Remmington||Sonic Comics||Yuuto Kazama||Tom Kane|
|Bunnie, Buns||Sonic SatAM & Sonic Comics||Rica Matsumoto||Nancy Cartwright|
|Panther King||Conker's Bad Fur Day||Isamu Tanonaka||Chris Seavor|
|Mammoth Mogul||Sonic Comics||Isamu Tanonaka||Clancy Brown|
|Gruntilda||Banjo-Kazooie||Mika Doi||Susan Silo|
|Tikal||Sonic Adventure||Kaori Asou||Grey DeLisle|
|Mina||Sonic Comics||Aya Hisakawa||Janice Kawaye|
|Mighty||Knuckles' Chaotix||Katsuji Mori||Rob Paulsen|
|Mindy LaTour||Sonic Underground||Emi Shinohara||Steve Vallance|
|Big||Sonic Adventure||Takashi Nagasako||Pete Zarustica|
|Chris Thorndyke||Sonic X||Sanae Kobayashi||Suzanne Goldfish|
|Jet||Sonic Riders||Daisuke Kishio||Michael Yurchak|
|Wave||Sonic Riders||Chie Nakamura||Kate Higgens|
|Storm||Sonic Riders||Kenji Nomura||Travis Willingham|
|Mephiles||Sonic 2006||Takayuki Sakazume||Dan Green|
|Berri||Conker's Bad Fur Day||KAORI||Louise Ridgeway|
|Athair||Sonic Comics||Ikkei Seta||Maurice LaMarche|
|Oracle||Sonic Underground||Tomohisa Asou||Maurice LaMarche|
|Tediz||Conker's Bad Fur Day||Akira Kamiya||Chris Seavor|
|Blaze||Sonic Rush||Nao Takamori||Laura Bailey|
|Silver||Sonic 2006||Daisuke Ono||Quinton Flynn|
|Scratch||Adventures of Sonic||Ryûsei Nakao||Phil Hayes|
|Grounder||Adventures of Sonic||Kenta Miyake||Gary Chalk|
|Coconuts||Adventures of Sonic||Tenjin Umi||Ian James Corlett|
|Dulcy||Sonic SatAM||Mayumi Tanaka||Cree Summer|
(More to Come)
- Toon Link/Tetra
- Young Link/Saria
- Slight Sonic/Amy
- Slight Knuckles/Rouge
- Slight Shadow/Cream
- Slight Sonic/Sally
- Some Shadow/Sonia
- Implied Mega Man/Roll
Captain N/Super Smash Bros. Differences
- Captain N: He was green, acted more robotic than he was suppose to act, sounded like "Popeye after smoking an entire Marlboro factory", and peppered his speech with the word "Mega". And Roll was called Megagirl, though wearing pink armor with her blond hair sticking out and being Megaman's somewhat "sweetheart"-like role.
- Super Smash Bros: He acts almost like his classic counterpart, except for the fact that he at least puts effort into saving lives and helping people. Also, Roll is Megaman's sister (though she does have a secret crush on him) and sometimes, the name Rock is heard being called to her brother along with the fact Megaman has a rival called Bass.
- Captain N: He was dark skinned, looked more like his old actor that played him in the series, was egotistic, and had a huge crush on Princess Lana.
- Super Smash Bros: Simon has lighter skin and more serious as he tries to do what he believes is right.
- Captain N: Aside from a brief mention by Kevin, neither characters from the Mario franchise made an appearance.
- Super Smash Bros: The Mario Bros. play prominent and important roles in the series, such as their origins and game adaptions with Bowser being a reccurring main antagonist alongside.
Donkey Kong Series:
- Captain N: Donkey Kong was nothing more than a giant ape that goes rampant on anyone that comes across the jungle much like the first game he came in.
- Super Smash Bros: Donkey Kong is more like his Donkey Kong Country incarnation, though he does retain some of his mischievous ways from the TV show alongside the fact there were times he had a crush on Paulina, a friend of Mario & Luigi.
Kid Icarus Series:
- Captain N: He was named Kid Icarus, is a midget, uses different arrows, has red hair, and says things with the word "icus" at the end of each sentence.
- Super Smash Bros: Here, he is named Pit, is a teenager who is the guardian of a powerful goddess, and can use the bow more like daggers or a double edged sword. Also enemies other than Eggplant Wizard from this series appear more as of Palutena.
Legend of Zelda:
- Captain N/Legend of Zelda: The series was played a bit like an adventure game where Link would occasionally want a kiss from Zelda, is a bit snobby, and Ganon is more like a pig-faced wizard than Gerudo thief.
- Super Smash Bros: Here, there are different incarnations of Link and Zelda, particularly, the main Link, Zelda, and Gannondorf himself being from the Twilight Princess era, the child versions of Link and Zelda from the Ocarina of Time (as well as Saria, serving as an alternate Young Link's partner and love interest), and the Toon Link and Toon Zelda/Tetra being from the Wind Waker, which according to this series, is an alternate dimension. However, Skyward Sword incarnations of Link and Zelda have minor appearances. Vaati from The Minish Cap and Ghirahim from Skyward Sword also appear as Ganondorf's subordinates.
- Pokémon Anime: Basically, this is the sequel to the actual series (before Black & White came to existence).
- Super Smash Bros: The main Pokémon humans along with Team Rocket play prompt roles in this series, with Ash and his friends particularly hanging with Kevin and Mario the most.
- Captain N: Mother Brain is a trash-talking, abusive, bragging female super villain with a grotesque human-like face and large lips. She also has a deep, sassy male-like voice.
- Super Smash Bros.: Here, Mother Brain is a cold, ruthless organic super computer that appears as a oversized brain with metallic spikes protruding from her "head" and power cords that restrict her to her chamber; along with a single massive eyeball with a red iris. Like, the Captain N Mother Brain, she has a male voice, but is more eerily monotone in comparison. She is also a secondary antagonist.
Punch Out Series:
- Captain N: Only King Hippo was brought up while turning his skin blue for no apparent reason, plus Lil' Mac, according to some fans, believed he was remade as Kevin Keene.
- Super Smash Bros: Both King Hippo and Lil' Mac along with the other Punch Out cast make their appearance here.
- Captain N: Though not appearing in the TV show itself, Samus did appear in the comics while both she and Lana both compete for Kevin's affections. Also, Ridley is designed like how he was in the NES version.
- Super Smash Bros: Her background from the game is pretty much the same, plus Ridley is massive and gigantic while he serves as one of the major antagonists with Mother Brain being the secondary antagonist.
- Sonic Series: Basically, a sequel to the Sonic SatAM Remake & Sonic X Remake series.
- Super Smash Bros: This is the semi-sequel to the upcoming series, Sonic X Remake which takes place after the end of the Sonic Heroes Adaption.
- Kirby: Right Back At Ya!: Basically, this is the prequel to the Super Smash Bros. anime series.
- Super Smash Bros: After Nightmare is done with for now, Kirby and friends encounter with Mario, which would lead them to many adventures to come.
- Mother Games: The prequels to the anime.
- Super Smash Bros: The major characters all appear. Ness plays an important role in the series, and is often accompanied by Paula. Unlike EarthBound, where there were hints of romance between the two, the anime makes them a pre-established couple. Also, Pokey is absent (said to have been killed by Ness), and Claus is not the Masked Man. Yet.
A Plumber's Tale (Super Mario Bros/Donkey Kong Adaption w/ Original elements, SMB Movie rewrite, & Prequel to Super Smash Bros): After dealing with a gorilla and monkey during the whole Pauline incident, the Marios learn that they were originally from a land far away and must help others while planning to rescue the beautiful Princess Peach from King Bowser Koopa! (The Arc that Started it All)
Beginnings (Super Smash Bros Adaption): Videoland is in terrible danger as the Videoland characters summon not only a boy and his dog, but also some children with their Pokemon to the world of Videoland. There, they must team up and not only stop Mother Brain, the Master Hand, and their minions, but also rescue the princesses (Peach, Daisy, Lana, and Zelda). (in Progress)
Sub-Con Crisis (Super Mario Bros 2 Adaption): After a strange dream in the dream world, Ash, Pikachu, Mario, and their friends are called to Sub-Con by the people trapped to stop King Wart's reign of terror. And what would happen if Bowser becomes involved as well?
Legend of the Seven Stars (Super Mario RPG Adaption): When the Star Road is broken during another Peach rescue attempt, the N-Team must gather all seven stars while avoiding and defeating the armies of the one called Smithy!
Tale of the Star Rod (Paper Mario Adaption): Bowser and the villains are up to no good when they steal the star rod and imprison the seven stars. Now Mario and his friends with some help must stop these fiends, get back the castle, and rescue Princess Peach. All while Peach and the ones with them themselves learn Bowser has a crush on the princess?!
Haunted Houses (Luigi's Mansion Adaption): Ash, Luigi, Kevin, and the gang head to a mansion Luigi won, though when they arrive, the group's encountered by many ghosts, including the scary King Boo! Can they find Mario?
The Great Hope (Mother 1 Adaption): While trying to see if E. Gadd's latest invention would work, the N-Team is sent for the first time back into the past, meeting with a boy named NenTen and helping him defeat the creatures known as Gigyas.
The Island Misfit Adventure (Super Mario Sunshine Adaption): While vacationing on Delfino Island, Mario is framed for polluting the once beautiful land and with his friends are sentenced to community service to clean up the whole place. All while once again, Peach is kidnapped and this time by someone they least expect: Bowser's son, Bowser Jr.!?
Yoshi's Island (Super Mario World 2 Adaption): While Kevin and friends learn about the history of how Videoland came to be, a strange ripple effect comes, causing Mario and Luigi to nearly cease to exist. However, with Zelda's help, the N-Team travels back in time to stop Kamek from carrying out his plan of eliminating the Mario Bros as babies, with the help of the Yoshi clan.
Of Look-Alikes & Greedy Foes (Mario Land Trilogy Adaptions): Sarasaland is in terrible danger and during the journey to set it all right once more, Daisy gets captured by Tatanga while siblings calling themselves Wario and Waluigi take over Peach's castle and parts of the Mushroom Kingdom, though a pirate calling herself Captain Syrup has other plans once the Warios are overthrown!
Superstar Saga (Mario & Luigi 1 RPG Adaption): When Peach's voice gets stolen, the heroes embark on a long journey to Beanland to figure out what has happened and stop the evil Cackletta before she gets her hands on the Bean Star.
Gigyas Strikes Back (Earthbound Adaption): As the good guys hang around in Onett, Professor E. Gadd asks them to test a new time machine though it would only work twice until a new source to power it can be found, though during the trip, Ash, Mario, Kevin, and the others are sent back to the time Ness first meets Gigyas and begins to learn of his destiny. Can they help him without revealing too much of who they are?
Bowser's Ambitions (Super Smash Bros Melee Adaption): After Kevin and Ash's worlds merged in Videoland since the end of the Beginnings arc sometime, the gang learns about Bowser's plot on taking over the world of videogames, with the help of the Master Hand while it involves going to the past to stop the heroes from being born. Can the gang along with the help of a young Link from the Ocarina of Time/Majora's Mask game stop him? (First appearance of Mewtwo)
Partners in Time (Mario & Luigi 2 RPG Adaption): A time machine by E. Gadd sends Peach and some of her friends back to the past, though during the Shroob invasion! Now they must team up with the Baby Mario Bros to stop the Shroobs from taking over both the world and all of time! And what's with the Koopa Bros and their crush on a female koopa from the past, Kylie?
The Thousand Year Door (Paper Mario 2 Adaption): After getting a message to come to Rogueport, the N-Team head to Rogueport and while there, they learn of the Crystal Stars while gaining new allies. All while learning of its terrible secrets.
The Shake Dimension (Wario Land Shake It Adaption): Wario returns as he and some of the others learn about the trouble in the Shake Dimension (and the Bottomless Coin Sack much to Wario's delight) as they embark on a journey to defeat the rogue pirates and rescue the Merfles and princess captured there.
Star Child Crisis (Yoshi's Island 2 Adaption): Once more, something's causing the Marios to cease existence, though not just them, but also Peach and surprisingly Wario. Once more, the good guys head back to the past and with the help of the Yoshi Clan and the babies, must stop Bowser, whom had also traveled back in time, from taking the lives and powers of the Star Children.
The Great Universal Adventure (Super Mario Galaxy Adaption): As the night of the comet that appears only 100 years over the Mushroom Kingdom is commencing, Bowser once again steals Peach's castle with Peach and her friends in it! Now Mario with his friends and the mysterious Rosalina must work together and stop Bowser's plans on creating a new galaxy and destroying the one Mario lives in!
Subspace Emissary Extended Edition (Super Smash Bros Brawl Adaption): When parts of Videoland are being drawn into a strange world called Subspace as the remaining N Team heroes must find new allies and find a way to stop the Master and Crazy Hand, but are they and the familiar foes behind it or is someone else truly behind the fiasco? (First appearance of Lucas, Solid Snake, Lucario, and the Sonic Heroes) Completed (will be somewhat revamped for continuity purposes)
Pikachu's Pokepark Adventure (based on Pokepark Wii and inspired by the Pikachu shorts): One day, while Ash and company leave their Pokemon friends at a park to play, Pikachu and his Pokemon friends are transported to a strange park where Pokemon inhabit. There, they try to help Mew and try to bring the 14 Sky Prism Crystals together in order to save the Park and the Pokemon that all live within it.
The Chaos Heart & Pure Hearts (Super Paper Mario Adaption): When Peach is forced to marry Bowser by Count Bleck and his minions, the Chaos Heart appears. And if things aren't stopped, a void will suck up everything and send everything to darkness. Can Mario, the N-Team, and the Pixels stop the void? And what is with these strange emotions from Count Bleck and the pixel, Tippi?
Battle of Machines (Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts Adaption): After a long absence, Banjo, Kazooie, and the others learn that Gruntilda is in fact alive as a skull. However, the true creator of the Videoland World known as L.O.G. takes the heroes and foes to Showdown Town where the winner of the battle of machines will have full ownership of Spiral Mountain, Windy, Mobius, Pallet Town, Onett, and all the locations!
Real World Olympics (Mario & Sonic Olympics & Winter Olympics Adaptions): Ash and the others from the real world visit Mario and friends to tell them about the Videoland characters invited to the Olympics where some of the Mario cast and Sonic Heroes participate in the actual games, though one problem arises: Gruntilda plans to steal the gold for herself in order to create a new body for herself!
The Mysterious Pyramid (Super Adventure Rockman Adaption): When a virus affects Roll, Megaman and the good guys along with the former six Robot Masters head off to the ancient ruins to find the virus, delete it, and stop Dr. Wily once more, though problems arise when familiar resurrected Robot Masters resurface.
Corrupted Coins & Strange Beings (Wario World Adaption): When the coins get turned to monsters, due to Wario's stupidity of thinking a box contained gold, the N-Team must help Wario reclaim his castle, his "buddies", and his coins while defeating a dark evil.
Return of Pokey Minch (Mother 3 Adaption): Once more, the good guys are asked to test a new source of time machine, though this time, it takes them to during the time of when Lucas must unfold his destiny while Gannondorf, whom had snuck himself to the past, plans to manipulate the past so he and Pokey could rule Lucas' home. Can the good guys stop Gannondorf and Pokey while helping Lucas and his friends?
Bowser's Inside Story (Mario & Luigi 3 RPG Adaption): The Blorbs have been overtaking the Mushroom people and as the heroes try to figure out how to cure the Blorbs, Bowser, after being tricked to swallow a contaminated mushroom, absorbs everyone into himself. Now as the ones not swallowed help Bowser find the cure, the ones inside along with the Bros. must find Princess Peach and find out what Fawful has planned.
A Bad Fur Day for Us (Conker's Bad Fur Day Adaption): Conker, a friend of the Sonic Heroes, gets lost and ends up in a strange new land. Now he along with his friends must help him journey home and avoid drastic obstacles of different proportions, including Tediz, giant machines, a deadly Panther King, a certain vampire squirrel eying on Rouge, and even a mad scientist, one Nack knows all too well.
Project: Uprise (Kid Icarus Uprising Adaption): After a while of peace, Palutena learns of Medusa's upcoming revival and sends Pit and the N team to deal with Medusa's army and her minions, gaining allies in the progress. But what of this Dark Pit?
Dream Team (Mario & Luigi 4 Adaption: Coming Soon...
Colorful Ways (Sonic Colors Adaption): Set before Return of the Galaxy: The N-Team with Sonic learn about a new park Eggman has created, the gang begin to investigate, learn about the Wisps, and stop another one of Eggman's schemes once again.
Return to the Galaxy (Super Mario Galaxy 2 Adaption): After becoming gigantic, Bowser once again kidnaps Peach as the N-Team (with Mario as their leader for the time) fly through the galaxy with the help of the Lumas in order to rescue Peach once more while reclaiming all the stolen stars.
Yarn Benders (Kirby's Epic Yarn Adaption): While visiting Dreamland, Kirby and his friends encounter a strange magician before they are all sucked inside a world where they're transformed into yarn. Now with the young prince of the place called Patch Land, they must work together in order to find the magic yarn and defeat Yin-Yarn.
Wonders Beyond (Pokepark 2 Adaption): While waiting for Ash and co, Pikachu and Piplup befriends some new Pokemon from the Unova region, though things may not be what they seem when the mysterious Pokemon of the Unova region start to get involved.
Sonic Generations: Extended Edition: While the Pokemon are dealing with their own adventures, Ash with Mario dealing with Bowser's galaxy takeover once again, and the others are taking care of Yin Yarn, Sonic's birthday arrives, though a mysterious force called the Time Eater steals the Sonic Heroes and later, as the journey to unfreezing the heroes begins, Sonic must team up with his past self in order to save everyone and destroy the dark menace.
Of Kitties and Sprixies (Super Mario 3D World Adaption): A fairy called a Sprixie comes to the Mushroom Kingdom, warning them of Bowser's deeds before she herself is captured by him. Now Mario, the N Team, and the gang must set off to free the Sprixie Kingdom and once again defeat Bowser, though he has a few new tricks up his sleeve.
UPDATE: Master Hand Tournament! (Inspired by the recent 3DS & Wii U Smash Bros): A new tournament is held in Videoland in which the winner will be set to fight against the Master Hand (and more or less Crazy Hand) who has a few new tricks up his sleeve. Though many compete, Gannondorf plans to steal the power from the Master Hand by force.
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The Doctors Are In (Inspired by Dr. Mario): A virus is infecting many people of Videoland, including Kevin and Ash. Mario and the others must find the cure before the viruses that infected them, Fever, Chill, and Weird, end up killing them. Meanwhile, Mega Man and Roll, being robots immune to the virus, set out to find the source of the virus, and they suspect Dr. Wily.
Of Robots & Reploids: Some robots calling themselves Mavericks have arrived to the past to kill Dr. Light, but why? When other robots calling themselves X, Zero, and Iris arrive, they along with the N Team must stop the robot called Vile and the Mavericks from carrying out their mission from the one named Sigma, but can Misty, Samus, or Daisy trust them, especially Iris?
Mirror, Mirror (based on an actual Captain N episode): While going through the library, Lana with Roll learn about the world of Mirror Land where Lana's father is held. So they along with their friends head off to Mirror Land to find her father, not knowing their mirrored counterparts, once at the other side, have other plans.
The Dance of a Lifetime (based on DDR Mario Mix): Waluigi steals the musical notes of the Mushroom Kingdom and now the Marios and their friends must find the musical notes before they fall into the wrong hands, all while dancing to the beat!
Kylie's Return: The Koopa Bros discover a frozen Kylie on the top of Ice World Mountain where she is quickly dethawed, due to their insane crush on her. However, she does not take lightly of them. Will she be able to evade the four whom have their crush on them or would she have to rely on the N Team on this one?
Let's Play Ball! (Based on Mario Baseball Series): Peach builds a baseball resort for her friends to play with, though Bowser once again invades and the good guys must challenge Bowser and his minions for a showdown at the field.
Happy Birthday, Roll: It's Roll's Birthday, but she feels like everyone's forgotten her, with Ridley taking an advantage on it. Though when her friends, whom did actually remember her birthday, find out Roll was tricked by Ridley to fight them, will they have no choice but to fight back?
The Land of Videogames, Plumbers and Game Heroes: A week after the whole Metal Madness fiasco and the mysterious squirrel whom turns out to be cursed, Sonic and the others begin to relax, though when they witness Ash and his friends entering the Videoland world, they decide to follow them in while unknown to any of them, Dr. Eggman has a new strategy: using the Videoland data to take over Station Square!
Ninja Gaiden Brawl (inspired by the Ninja Gaiden series): Ninjas have been trying to dominate the gaiden world, so the good guys must work together with a rogue ninja to defeat the dark ninjas and foes.
Great Birthday Disaster (based on New Super Mario Bros Wii): Peach is celebrating her birthday. However, the Koopa Kids arrive to steal Peach to bring her to Bowser. Can the Marios, blue with yellow toad, and their friends rescue Peach? Or does Kamek have something up his sleeve?
Of Diggers and Pirates (inspired by Megaman Legends): While testing a new machine, Megaman, Roll, and the others end up in a dimension where they find shocking changes, including human versions of Mega Man and Roll. And what's more, air pirates called the Bonnes are planning to swipe the riches from a very political figure. Can the gang work with the alternate versions of Rock and Roll and put a stop to their plans?
Videolympics (inspired by an actual Captain N 2 parter episode): In Angel Land, Palutena, believing that there isn't enough excitement, holds a tournament in Angel Land where people of Videoland compete in the First Ever Palutena Videolympics. However, what is not known to the ones competing is that during the tournament, the familiar enemies Pit has faced with the help of Ridley attempt to resurrect Medusa once again. And when the trap's set, will the gang defeat and seal Medusa back in her place?
Of Rivals and Replicas (inspired by an actual Captain N episode and Megaman Manga chapter): Dr. Wily creates dark replicas of Kevin, Megaman, Pit, Link, and even Ash himself, planning to ruin their good reputation. However, the clones begin thinking for themselves, believing they are the true ones, setting out to destroy the originals to prove they could replace the true ones. How will our heroes get out of this one?
Onward to Treasure Hunting (based on Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker): (Set before Of Kitties and Sprixies) While exploring one place to find treasure, a giant bird named Wingo, interested in shiny things, steals one while Toadette, trying to take it back, gets captured and later on, the same thing happens to Captain Toad. Despite what happened, the heroes must set off to find the missing friend and defeat Wingo while exploring for more treasure.
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- The Super Smash Bros Anime is essentially a remake of the actual Captain N series, though with better animation, more elaborate plots, and complex character development. Not to mention, characters from famous video game franchises that previously appeared in Captain N (e.g. Simon Belmont, Pit, and Mega Man) are much more faithful to their original designs and characteristics.
- Unlike the actual series, Samus plays bigger roles in different tales and the Marios appear in this version.
- And also unlike the actual series, many game-related characters make appearances (if minor cameos).
- This series will be contributed with other authors for writers of this series.
- Lani Minella was supposed to voice Pit, but Johnny Yong Bosch stated to be the voice of Pit due to his role being in the Upcoming Kid Icarus Uprising Game for Nintendo 3DS. However, it turns out Antony Del Rio is the new official voice of Pit.
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