Riki-Oh: Toukatsu Jigoku
Riki-Oh: The Wall of Hell
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English: Riki-Oh: The Wall of Hell
Synonyms: Riki-Ou: Toukatsu Jigoku, Story of Ricky: The Wall of Hell
Japanese: 力王 等括地獄


Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jun 25, 1989
Producers: Trans Arts
Licensors: Media Blasters
Studios: Magic Bus
Source: Unknown
Genres: ActionAction, Martial ArtsMartial Arts, Super PowerSuper Power, SeinenSeinen
Duration: 48 min.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


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Ranked: #79562
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A Retelling of the prison arc of the manga RIKI-OH!

The story follows Saiga Riki-Oh, a young man blessed with inhuman strength. After taking revenge against a yakuza boss who was responsible for the death of his girlfriend, he ends up in a maximum security prison owned by a private organization.

The prison is divided into four blocks, each run by a member of prisoners known as the Gang of Four. The first member is a tattooed knife wielder known as Hai that runs his block in a mafia style family system. The second member is a giant man (known as Tarzan in the live action) with incredible strength. The third member is a effeminate fighter named Huang Chaun that is growing Opium in the prison. The final member is a small man that use sewing needles as his weapons.


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Characters & Voice Actors

Saiga, Riki-Oh
Shimada, Bin
Genda, Tessyo
Koorogi, Satomi
Ootsuka, Akio
Ootomo, Ryuuzaburou
Matsumoto, Yasunori


Sakamoto, Eizou
Theme Song Performance
Nakajima, Yuuki
Theme Song Composition, Theme Song Arrangement, Music
Saruwatari, Tetsuya
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"No Mercy" by Eizo Sakamoto

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"Kanashimi no Senshi" by Eizo Sakamoto

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Mar 13, 2014
Setsura1 (All reviews)
Saiga Riki-oh is a man with a strong sense of justice and a knack for brutally killing people (understatement). He can be distinguished by his supernatural strength and the "Six Pointed Star" (Star of David) on his right hand. He has been sent to prison charged with assault. Shortly after entering the prison he has already made a name for himself as someone you don't want to mess with. Riki-oh punishes and helps those who deserve it, which catches the attention of the higher authority figures of the prison.

"Riki-Oh: Toukatsu Jigoku" covers the first arc of the manga, the "Prison Arc". The original manga which read more
Oct 8, 2014
literaturenerd (All reviews)

Today we are looking at a fairly obscure 1980s anime that is only remembered thanks to an awesomely terrible Chinese movie adaptation. This adaptation from the 1990s is one of the only Chinese adaptations of a Japanese manga/anime to ever exist and it was BAD, coming across as more of a spoof than an honest adaptation. However, the spoof was actually far superior because unlike this piece of shit, it didn't take itself seriously!

Story and characters: 2/10

Riki is a superhuman kung fu master that was sentenced to jail after killing some Yakuza thugs with his fists to avenge his girlfriend's murder. Riki takes place in read more
May 29, 2017
nullgolem (All reviews)
I watched a very low quality sub. The res had likely been truncated/adulterated even further down to 480x360 to create a small file size. (appropriate low quality badness. this aint no rolls royce OVA) no idea where i got it or who made it.

The story and realism is farfetched and over the top but it's stylish and everything is presented in a way that communicates a cause/explanation. (It's kinda like American wrestling actually...) It's one of those things that might not 'make sense' because its over-exagerrated but it does an excllent job fooling you into going along with it and being believable because of it's read more

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