Kosuke-sama Rikimaru-sama: Konpeitou no Ryuu

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Synonyms: Kosukesama Rikimarusama: Konpeito no Ryu, Kosuke and Rikimaru: Dragon of Konpei Island
Japanese: 小助さま力丸さま-コンペイ島の竜-


Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Sep 23, 1988
Producers: Shueisha
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: J.C.Staff
Source: Original
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, Super PowerSuper Power
Duration: 47 min.
Rating: G - All Ages


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Ranked: #85282
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Popularity: #10910
Members: 987
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Kosukesama Rikimarusama: Konpeito no Ryu was a 45 minute long anime TV special produced by J.C. Staff and broadcast on Japanese television in 1988. Similar to Dragon Ball, it was a martial arts adventure story featuring villains that could have stepped out of the Red Ribbon Army, typical Toriyama mecha, and a clone of Son Gohan's Haiya Dragon.
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Characters & Voice Actors


Fujiyama, Fusanobu
Sound Director
Ashida, Toyoo
Script, Screenplay, Animation Director
Hagita, Mitsuo
Theme Song Arrangement
Toriyama, Akira
Character Design


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May 6, 2020
Thedude3445 (All reviews)
Like my last review on "Pink: Water Bandit, Rain Bandit," we get another extremely solid, very funny adventure short out of an old Akira Toriyama one-shot manga. This one's longer, actually feature-length at 47 minutes, and drags a bit accordingly; the first half is more talky than I'd like, and the world is a bit less vibrant than the likes of "Pink" or either of Toriyama's mainworks (Dragon Ball and Dr. Slump, if you somehow don't know). Still, when this gets going, it GETS GOING.

If I recall correctly, "Dragon of Konpei Island" as a manga was essentially the prototype pilot episode for what would become read more

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