Cut Man (カットマン Kattoman) is a Robot Master created by Dr. Light to be a timber-felling robot. Cut Man debuted in the first Mega Man game, where he was reprogrammed by Dr. Wily to help him conquer the world.
His special weapon is the Rolling Cutter, an extremely sharp circular pair of scissor-like blades that can be thrown like boomerangs to attack from a distance. They are made of highly resistant "ceramic titanium", allowing them to slice through most materials effectively. Cut Man was designed with a lightweight chassis that grants him fast and agile movement, even in strong rain and wind, as well as the ability to jump against horizontal surfaces to reach great heights.
Why He Was Not So Deadly And Not Our Cut Man
- The biggest problem with this incarnation of Cut Man is that in this version, they changed the spelling of his name to "Cuts Man" for no discernible reason.
- His name is so unoriginal that it rips off the name of another Mega Man character, Guts Man.
- Also, his name is idiotically pronounced as "Cutsmin".
- Another thing, his name is never faithful to the original name in the original source material.
- Like all the other designs for Robot Masters in Captain N, his design was changed from the original incarnation in an extremely unfaithful way.
- He's a Gary Stu who is able to overpower Mega Man and the rest of Captain N's crew.
- Despite being a villainous Gary Stu, he also has shown to be a total coward as well.
- His voice is incredibly grating.
- He is shown to be invulnerable to shots from weapon fire yet he just gets defeated by getting shot at in the posterior which makes no sense.
- His laugh is not only grating but creepy depending on the viewer.
- His permanent evil smile also makes him look creepy.
- He looks more like a poorly made augmented man in an uncanny costume rather than being an actual robot.
- Instead of being a kung fu material fighter, he was flanderized just a generic stereotypical evil robot with nothing more than a pair of scissors he shoots with only from his head. Lierally that's all he does.
- He at least has some orange in his design, despite being mostly unfaithful to his game counterpart.
- Like some characters here, he at the same time, is a much better character in the games and becomes somewhat tolerable and redeems himself at the end of the series.
- Despite being incredibly grating as WHS#5, Doug Parker did do a passable job voicing Cuts Man.