Ranked #3461
Juusenki L-Gaim

Juusenki L-Gaim

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Heavy Metal L-Gaim
Japanese: 重戦機エルガイム

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 54
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 4, 1984 to Feb 23, 1985
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 6.911 (scored by 337 users)
Ranked: #34612
Popularity: #4903
Members: 1,681
Favorites: 5
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.

Synopsis

In the Pentagona System, a young man by the name of Daba Myroad leads a rebellion against Pentagona's leader, Oldna Poseidal. Daba's not alone however, meeting a large number of allies along his journey and having in his possession the powerful L-Gaim, a white Heavy Metal left to him by his father.

(Source: ANN)

Background

No background information has been added to this title. Help improve our database by adding background information here.

Related Anime


Characters & Voice Actors

Kyao, Mirao
Kyao, Mirao
Main
Ootsuka, Houchuu
Japanese
Ootsuka, Houchuu
Amu, Fanneria
Amu, Fanneria
Main
Honda, Chieko
Japanese
Honda, Chieko
Myroad, Daba
Myroad, Daba
Main
Hiramatsu, Hirokazu
Japanese
Hiramatsu, Hirokazu
Gablae, Gavlet
Gablae, Gavlet
Supporting
Hayami, Show
Japanese
Hayami, Show

Staff

Tomino, Yoshiyuki
Tomino, Yoshiyuki
Director, Storyboard, Original Creator
Imagawa, Yasuhiro
Imagawa, Yasuhiro
Episode Director, Storyboard
Iuchi, Shuji
Iuchi, Shuji
Episode Director, Storyboard
Oonogi, Hiroshi
Oonogi, Hiroshi
Script

More episodes Episodes(0/54)

No episode information has been added to this title. Help improve our database by adding episode information here.

Opening Theme

#1: "L-Gaim~ TIME FOR L-GAIM (エルガイム-Time for L.GAIM-)" by MIO (eps 1-25)
#2: "Kaze no No Reply (風のノー・リプライ)" by Mami Ayukawa (eps 26-54)

Ending Theme

"Starlight Shower (スターライト・シャワー)" by MIO



Write a review | More reviewsReviews

ThatAnimeSnob
Apr 3, 2011 5:17 PM
L-Gaim appears at first glance to be a typical mecha adventure when to its core is actually a space opera. The problem is that its production values are really low and that the feeling of the show is closer to a silly teen adventure rather than a serious sci-fi political drama. And that is exactly what ruins the show.

There is a very good story going on in here, concerning the struggle of a prince to revenge the devastation of his planet by an interplanetary empire. The whole deal is actually played out in a lot more complicating way than that, as we are not really read more
I found this review Helpful
roothands
Sep 1, 2013 4:52 PM
One of my favorite movie critics once wrote, "if a movie is this entertaining, can it really be considered BAD?" He was talking about the film "Dreamcatcher", but I think that sentiment could easily be applied to Heavy Metal L-GAIM.

I will start off by saying that no, L-GAIM is not really a good anime. But it IS entertaining, and if you are a big fan of either Yoshiyuki Tomino or Mamoru Nagano, I would consider this a must-watch series. L-GAIM was the series that Sunrise released right before Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam and some of the characters (Daba Myroad and Fanelia Amu for example) superficially read more
I found this review Helpful

Recommendations

Anime: Taiyou no Kiba Dagram
Both series have several people who want the release of a dominant government. In each series focus on only one of those cases. In Taiyou no Kiba Dagram shown from a point of view closer to the guerrilla faction and with better arguments than the lone group that presents L-Gaim.
They are also real mecha, explaining that the concept of reality is much more successfully addressed by Ryosuke Takahashi's work. 
reportRecommended by SunWukung
Anime: Turn A Gundam
Both shows are directed by Yoshiyuki Tomino, the father of the gundam franchise and mecha anime visonary, and both shows are him at his most lighthearted, but also at his directoral best. Both shows follow a group of really likeable young people through a spanning war. In Turn A, it's about going back to your roots, and in L.Gaim, it's about rebellion and trying to find your place in the world, as well as following your destiny. Both shows feature a great deal of humor and are both genuianlly funny, because you really start to like and care about these characters. Neither show really focuses  read more 
reportRecommended by rah-rah

Recent News

No discussion topic was found.

Recent Forum Discussion

Poll: Heavy Metal L-Gaim Episode 54 Discussion
ZetaZaku - Mar 14, 2013
2 replies by JunN7 »»
Feb 23, 8:06 PM
Poll: Heavy Metal L-Gaim Episode 3 Discussion
ZetaZaku - Nov 6, 2012
1 replies by ZTyrant »»
Jun 21, 2014 9:31 PM