Saiko Robot Kombock


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Alternative Titles

English: Cubix
Synonyms: Robot-chan Cubix, Robots for Everyone, Lobojjang Kyubigseu
Japanese: 로보짱 큐빅스


Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 11, 2001 to Apr 26, 2004
Premiered: Summer 2001
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Xebec, CinePix
Licensors: 4Kids Entertainment
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Unknown
Genres: Sci-FiSci-Fi, MechaMecha
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children


Score: 5.391 (scored by 19241,924 users)
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Ranked: #104532
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Popularity: #7560
Members: 3,856
Favorites: 3

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The year is 2040. Japanese robot technology is making remarkable progress; they can understand human language, and they've even succeeded in developing a humanoid robot that can feel emotions. The setting is a future town on the outskirts of Musashino in the Tokyo area, where humans and robots live together, "New Musashino City." In this town, our main character Ichiro and his friends, as well as some robots, all get along very well. Before these friends appears a mad scientist, Professor K, bent on taking over the world. Ichiro and his robot partner, Kombock, and his other friends stand against him to crush his schemes.

Will they be able to protect the peaceful lives of humans and robots from this evil?! The story of the friendship of Ichiro, Kombock, and their friends begins!!

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Characters & Voice Actors





Professor K







Habara, Nobuyoshi
Series Production Director
Kahn, Alfred R.
Executive Producer
Hirano, Yasushi
Series Composition


Opening Theme

''Stay With Me'' by angela

Ending Theme

''Egao de Byebye'' by angela

May 19, 2015
lawlmartz (All reviews)
I haven't done a nostalgia review in a while, and I happened upon Cubix not too long ago- so here we go.

“When a foolproof plan fails, it’s not necessarily proof that the planner himself was a fool, right?” - Dr. K


If you were a kid in the late 90s- early 2000s, chances were that you were watching the recently popularized anime Pokemon or Yugioh. A lot of people don't know this, but before Funimation really took off (DBZ was their biggest license prior to acquiring One Piece from 4Kids, and they rescued DBZ from Saban), before Viz Media, before Aniplex America showed up on read more
Dec 29, 2020
SesMoge (All reviews)
This is not an anime. This is a computer generated animation.
This is not Japanese robot technology, but in fact, Korean robot technology.

There are at least three versions out there.
- The original korean version
- The American localized version, with awesome rock intro
- The Japanese version, with reworked intro, storyline, re-rendered animation.

As you can see, a complete mess. I highly recommend watching the American version, as it retains the original storyline, and awesome music.
The Japanese localization does have re-rendered scenes, but all sound effects and music tracks have been replaced.
Since I grew up with the American version with Norwegian dubs, I am biased.

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Nov 9, 2018
ArcFloof (All reviews)
Cubix, excuse me, Saiko Robot Kombock is one of the series I obsessed over as a child. I'd flip to Kid's WB at whatever time it was on and make sure I caught every episode. I had every one of the toys (not very many, if I remember) and it was, oddly enough, the show that got me sort of obsessed with mecha. I'm hesitant to say that because I'd already had my fill of Gundam Wing and bootleg copies of G Gundam (how I obtained those as an 8/9 year old is a story for another time) but it made me feel as if read more

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