Muteki Koujin Daitarn 3

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Synonyms: Muteki Kojin Daitarn 3, Invincible Steel Man Daitarn 3
Japanese: 無敵鋼人ダイターン3


Type: TV
Episodes: 40
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jun 3, 1978 to Mar 31, 1979
Premiered: Summer 1978
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Sotsu
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Sunrise
Source: Original
Genres: MechaMecha, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children


Score: 7.091 (scored by 816816 users)
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Ranked: #32892
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Popularity: #8241
Members: 2,757
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Souzou Haran was a brilliant scientist that was conducting research on Mars. He created a form of cyborg life with the ability to think for itself. These cyborgs, dubbed the Meganoids, soon ran out of control and killed Dr. Haran along with his whole family, save his youngest son, the 16-year-old Banjou Haran. Banjou escapes from Mars on a rocket with a solar-powered super robot called Daitarn 3, which was built with the special metals of Mars. Now eighteen years old and living on Earth in a luxurious mansion, Banjou fights against the Meganoids with the aid of his faithful butler Garrison and his two gorgeous companions Reika and Beauty. Together they must stop the evil Meganoids which aspire to turn all humans into cyborgs and thus "improve" the human race.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Tomino, Yoshiyuki
Director, Episode Director, Script, Storyboard, Original Creator
Matsuura, Noriyoshi
Sound Director
Yamazaki, Kazuo
Episode Director, Storyboard, Animation Director, Key Animation
Hoshiyama, Hiroyuki


Opening Theme

"Come Here! Daitarn 3 (カムヒア! ダイターン3)" by Makoto Fujiwara

Ending Theme

"Top de Tango (トッポでタンゴ)" by Koorogi '73

Jul 8, 2012
Kellhus (All reviews)
Daitarn 3 has a lot of things going for it, being a 70s episodic super robot show. It is very humorous and will often make you laugh out loud, Watanabe's music is great and some of the tracks are quite memorable, watching the central cast interact is very entertaining, and the typical monster of the week format most of these shows employ has a spin on it making this series more dynamic than most in this sub-genre. Although it does follow the monster of the week model, each "monster" (Meganoid) that Daitarn 3, Banjou, and his group of allies must defeat each episode is given read more

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