Meiou Project Zeorymer

Hades Project Zeorymer

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English: Hades Project Zeorymer
Synonyms: Meioh Project Zeorymer, Uranus Project, MoPZ
Japanese: 冥王計画ゼオライマー


Type: OVA
Episodes: 4
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Nov 26, 1988 to Feb 21, 1990
Producers: Youmex, Toshiba EMI
Licensors: Central Park Media
Studios: AIC, Artmic
Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, DramaDrama, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Themes: MechaMecha, PsychologicalPsychological
Duration: 28 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity


Score: 6.141 (scored by 21132,113 users)
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Ranked: #79402
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Popularity: #6985
Members: 4,908
Favorites: 19

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A young man named Akitsu Masato is captured by a secret govt. project known as "Last Guardian". He is told that his life as a normal student was all a lie, and that his real destiny is to be the pilot of a great robot called "Zeorymer of the Heavens". The truth of this is hammered in when Masato sees his parents accept payment for raising him. The Last Guardian is preparing for the resurrection of "Hau Dragon", an organization bent on world conquest. 15 years ago, Hau Dragon built 8 great robots. Each of the mecha represents a force of nature. However, before any of the robots could be used, their creater Kihara Masaki destroyed the robots except for the leader: Zeorymer. He took Zeorymer and an embryo to the government. The embryo became the boy Masato. Now, Hau Dragon has rebuilt the other 7 mecha and wants the 8th. It will be up to Masato and Himuro to pilot Zeorymer and fight against the Hau Dragon, but neither Masato or Himuro are all that they seem.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Hayami, Show

Si, Aen

Sakuma, Rei


Suzuoki, Hirotaka

Oki, Kou

Tanaka, Hideyuki


Hirano, Toshiki
Fujiyama, Fusanobu
Sound Director
Yamagata, Yukio
Theme Song Performance
Baroli, Gilberto
ADR Director


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Ending Theme

#1: "Kurenai no Loneliness (紅のロンリネス, Crimson Loneliness)" by Yukio Yamagata (eps 1-3)
#2: "I Love You Aishiteru (I LOVE YOU 愛してる)" by Yukio Yamagata

Aug 9, 2011
Donwun (All reviews)
Unfortunately I bought this from Manga Entertainment’s supposed “classic DVD collection” well this series is just straight up wack….with a few laughable exceptions.


Poorish 80’s animation that seems to add to the series kornyness. Character designs are very similar nothing that really stands out. During the battle scenes you can see some transformer/evangelion-ish attacks which are just LAME but can also be amusing.


The only mentionable part of this was the strange dialogue, which in turn comes from a strange and dumb storyline nevertheless the voice actors did a good job playing these characters (english dub I mean).


Hmm lets see boy has to pilot read more
Sep 10, 2016
hen researching Zeorymer I read comments about how dark it was and that it was a "proto-Evangelion". After watching the OVA I feel that these praises are glib, but they're not baseless. This 1988 OVA came out in the span of about a year and a half, and it stars a kid named Masato who's kidnapped by men in black and told that his family life was a lie and he is an artificial human groomed to pilot the mecha Zeorymer. He doesn't take it too well at first, but soon accepts his fate to fight against Hau Dragon, an organization bent on world domination read more
Aug 25, 2013
brashieel (All reviews)
This was... pretty bad.

I mean, it wasn't unwatchable. The art and animation were adequate, and the soundtrack was tolerable if dated. The plot comes close enough to making sense for an action/mecha series.

But the characterizations were weird. The "bad guys" were frequently more sympathetic than our protagonists, and not in any way that really encouraged deeper consideration. The core plot also just wasn't really developed. The ultimate mastermind behind the whole thing seems to have launched the most complex world takeover plot ever... for no particular reason. And they never really clear up what the goal was.

Also, the titular Zeorymer is a boringly invincible read more
Feb 20, 2019
SupremeLord (All reviews)
I feel that before we talk about this show, we need to talk about the man who wrote the short Manga that this was loosely based on: Takaya Yoshiki. On the one hand, you don’t really have much to say about this guy. He’s only written two Mangas… the thing is that that other Manga just so happens to be Guyver of all things. Yeah, the same one that had two Live-Action movies in the 90’. The first one starred Mark Hamill and it sucked. The second one starred David Hayter and it was actually pretty decent.

So yeah, I have nothing against the guy, and read more

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