Yuusha-Ou GaoGaiGar Final

GaoGaiGar Final

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Synonyms: Brave King GaoGaiGar Final, King of Braves GaoGaiGar Final, Yuusha Ou GaoGaiGar Final, Yuusha-Oh GaoGaiGar Final
Japanese: 勇者王ガオガイガーFINAL
English: GaoGaiGar Final
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Type: OVA
Episodes: 8
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 21, 2000 to Mar 21, 2003
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Sunrise
Source: Unknown
Genres: AdventureAdventure, DramaDrama, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Theme: MechaMecha
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 32 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 8.081 (scored by 35323,532 users)
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Ranked: #4722
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Popularity: #5739
Members: 8,620
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Following Gutsy Galaxy Guard`s victory over the Zonder Empire and the 31 Primevals, a new threat makes their appearance on Earth. GGG - with Guy Shishio and the newly-constructed GaoFighGar - team up with their French counterpart Chasseur to battle the evil organization BioNet. Among Chasseur`s ranks is Renais Cardiff Shishioh - a former BioNet cyborg with the relentless pursuit of destroying those who took away her humanity. But as GGG and Chasseur fight the BioNet, GGG`s bases around the world are suddenly attacked, and the recently-discovered "Q-Parts" and the original Gao Machines are stolen by Mamoru Amami, who has been abducted and cloned by an even greater threat known as the "Eleven Kings of Sol." Evicted from Earth by the United Nations, GGG must now travel to the far reaches of the galaxy to battle the Eleven Kings of Sol and save Mamoru before it`s too late.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Kobayashi, Shinichirou
Yonetani, Yoshitomo
Director, Episode Director, Script, Storyboard, Theme Song Lyrics, Theme Song Performance, Key Animation
Yamaguchi, Yuuji
Harada, Nana
Episode Director


Opening Theme

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1: "Yuusha-oh Tanjou (Mythology Version)" by Massaki Endoh (eps 2-6)
2: "Yuusha-oh Tanjou (Ultimate Mythology Version)" by Massaki Endoh and the GGG Shoujo Vocal Team (eps 7)
3: "Yuusha-oh Tanjou (Piano Solo Version)" by Kouhei Tanaka (eps 8)

Ending Theme

1: "Lion Renias" by Saeko Suzuki (eps 1-7)
2: "Itsuka houshi no umi de" by Maiko Itou, Sayuri, Konami Yoshida, Tomoe Hanba, Nobuyuki Hiyama, Yumi Kakazu and Ayako Kawasumi (eps 8)

Dec 13, 2008
Karura (All reviews)
GaoGaiGar Final is the continuation of the mecha shounen, GaoGaiGar. As expected, don't watch this until you have seen the original to some extent. I won't be touching up on basic stuff you should already know since you saw the original.

The plot of Final takes place, I'd estimate, roughly 6 to 12 months after the final events of the original series. I'd spoil the whole thing if I delved even into the slightest detail, but let me just say this: The story resembles that of the original's second half, totally getting rid of the "Villain of the Week" formula. You should know what you're getting read more
Nov 2, 2013
Dhraiauvessillus (All reviews)
GaoGaiGar FINAL is awesome. But not as awesome as the original series.

It's a bit less awesome.

It comes down to, it lacks some of the charm of GGG.

GGG is a universal, but child safe show.
GGG F got to be more adult, but it lost some of the charm of the original.
The more adult things don't work in it's favour.
Being a childs show forced GGG into focusing on the writing. It could'nt be lazy.
GGG F got lazy. Fanservice, bigger breasts, more nudity. It does'nt help it.

The villains are not as good.

3 of the first villains of GGG were neutrel and innocent things.
A motorbike ballerina, a read more
Jul 21, 2010
MS06FZ (All reviews)
After the really excellent GaoGaiGar TV series, I was very excited for the follow-up OVA, which promised bigger and better fights, more robots, more enemies and more characters.

I certainly got all of that, but I wouldn't say it had the charm of the original. The TV series is approximately 25 episodes of classic super robot plot updated for modern audiences with plucky kids, brave heroes, talking robots and masses of explosions and shouting, followed by another 24 episodes of a more arc-based plot with its own exciting story and charm. It's a good solid show for anyone who loves or loved the classic super robots read more
Sep 11, 2010
Darklonestrife (All reviews)
Hey, guess what everyone? Guess whose everybody's favorite robot has come back for yet another adventure! Well, it's none other than GaoGaiGar! A new menace threatens the planet... Huh? Wait, didn't we get a lot of that last time? Not again! Nooo!!! Joking aside, I'm glad to say that this sequel redeems the GaoGaiGar Franchise altogether. If you happen to be a regular viewer who just stumbled upon this series, (such as myself) and got through the first season, it's safe to say that if you watch this, you will be rewarded. Sadly, kid viewers will have to wait until they're teenagers to watch this read more


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