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Mazinkaiser


Alternative Titles

English: Mazinkaiser
Japanese: マジンカイザー

Information

Type: OVA
Episodes: 7
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Sep 25, 2001 to Sep 20, 2002
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Brain's Base
Source: Unknown
Duration: 30 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

Statistics

Score: 7.471 (scored by 2,159 users)
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Ranked: #16702
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Popularity: #4096
Members: 4,675
Favorites: 29
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Episodes: /7

Synopsis

Dr. Hell and his Mechanical Beasts are back, and they're more dangerous than ever before. Kouji Kabuto and Tetsuya Tsurugi fight a fierce battle against these hellish machines, which are under the command of Baron Ashura. Unfortunately, they are defeated, with Kouji's Mazinger Z being captured and Tetsuya's Great Mazinger seriously damaged by the enemy.

The devious Dr. Hell quickly converts the captured robot into Ashura Mazinger and uses it to attack the Photo Power Lab. At the same time, Kouji is missing in action, which leaves Testuya to defend the lab in the damaged Great Mazinger. But the forces of Dr. Hell are too strong, even for a brave pilot such as Tetsuya, and all seems to be lost.

The battle seems to be drawing to a close, until an overpowering blast fired by an unknown robot destroys the entire Mechanical Beast army. Could this mysterious robot be the legendary Mazinkaiser, and who is piloting it?

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Characters & Voice Actors

Kabuto, Kouji
Kabuto, Kouji
Main
Ishimaru, Hiroya
Japanese
Ishimaru, Hiroya
Baron Ashura
Baron Ashura
Main
Shibata, Hidekatsu
Japanese
Shibata, Hidekatsu
Kitahama, Haruko
Japanese
Kitahama, Haruko
...
Yumi, Sayaka
Yumi, Sayaka
Main
Uchikawa, Ai
Japanese
Uchikawa, Ai
Boss
Boss
Supporting
Tachiki, Fumihiko
Japanese
Tachiki, Fumihiko

Staff

Campbell, Charles
Campbell, Charles
Producer, Recording Engineer, ADR Director
Murata, Masahiko
Murata, Masahiko
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Nishimori, Akira
Nishimori, Akira
Storyboard
JAM Project
JAM Project
Theme Song Performance


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"Fire Wars" by Jam Project

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"Tornado" by JAM Project featuring Ichiro Mizuki




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SymphoniacTippy
Sep 20, 2015
There comes a time whenever I re watch this series, I would want to start to review it in order to give examples of why I like the show or not, despite the strange amount of stuff going around. Of course this series is very short but its more so an entertaining value anime. I mean come on. I've seen this more than 50 times and I first watched it at the age of 7. By now I should have been tiring of it. As much as I want to say I'm tired of it I can't deny a bit of the things I feel read more
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10MBM
Jun 19, 2011
What can I say about Mazinkaiser? I am a huge mecha fan and I thought i would enjoy this for the pure fact that it is Mazinger. Mazinkaiser was pretty boring in the aspect that it was generic Super robot. Nothing excited me besides a couple of episdoes. It did nothing for the genre or bring anything new to the table. Just your typical Monster of the Week.

The characters is what you expect from classic super robots. The good guy who wants to do the right thing all the time even risking his life, the comic relief characters who try to break tension in between read more
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ramimanify
Apr 1, 2012
Although it would strike anyone as another childish anime
It has been actually one of my big childhood favorites
and although it doesn't pack any seriousness behind its plot or drama (if there's any) it does have its own lustrous style

Mazinkaiser takes the viewer to the ultimate Mazinger Z form of robots, being an advanced form more even than the Great Mazinger, it provides amazing fight scenes and marvelous drawing, that will keep you excited and on edge throughout the whole series

I certainly loved it, and loved how they re-introduced the beloved characters (villains or heroes) of the Mazinger Z universe

If you're a fan of Mecha anime read more
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Tuskus
Feb 8, 2010
Mazinkaiser is based on one of the first super robot shows, Go Nagai's Mazinger Z. I'd heard a lot of good things about this seven episode OVA so I was excited to see it. Unfortunately, it wasn't as good as I was led to believe. Mazinkaiser is also the name of the main giant robot in this show. It was originally created for the Super Robot Wars video games and apparently the fan reaction was so good that they decided to make an OVA series based on it. It's set in the Mazinger Z universe with the same characters as Mazinger Z. The characters are read more
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