Legend of Lemnear: Kyokuguro no Tsubasa Valkisas


Legend of Lemnear

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Alternative Titles

English: Legend of Lemnear
Japanese: Legend of Lemnear 極黒の翼 バルキサス

Information

Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 25, 1989
Producers: 81 Produce
Licensors: Central Park Media
Studios: AIC
Source: Original
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, FantasyFantasy
Duration: 42 min.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

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Score: 5.541 (scored by 29032,903 users)
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Ranked: #100552
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Popularity: #6261
Members: 6,198
Favorites: 4

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Synopsis

The young and beautiful Lemnear's home village is destroyed and her brother is taken away. Lemnear swears to kill the evil wizard Gardin who is responsible for the disaster. With her allies Lemnear goes on a journey to take her revenge. She doesn't know, though, that there is someone above Gardin...

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Characters & Voice Actors

Lemnear

Main
Yamada, Eiko
Japanese

Varohl

Main
Tanaka, Nobuo
Japanese

Gardin

Main
Kayumi, Iemasa
Japanese

Lian

Supporting
Yokozawa, Keiko
Japanese

Sendoshi

Supporting
Saikachi, Ryuuji
Japanese

Mesh

Supporting
Nakao, Ryusei
Japanese

Vuan

Supporting
Otsuka, Chikao
Japanese

Staff

Yoshimoto, Kinji
Director
Yamada, Etsuji
Sound Director
Urushihara, Satoshi
Character Design, Creator
Baba, Toshiko
Key Animation


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May 13, 2015
literaturenerd (All reviews)
Overview:

After reviewing the original Transformers Movie from 1986, I decided to look at the next movie animated and directed by the same man that gave Transformers its legendary animation. Transformers was the first movie animated by the now rather infamous Satoshi Urushihara. Never again would he work on ANYTHING kid friendly, and devoted the rest of his career to drawing complete smut. That descent into total perversion began with his directorial debut in 1987: Legend of Lemnear. Urushihara had just left high school and worked on the Transformers movie instead of going to college. Fortunately for him, it was a huge success and his artwork read more
Oct 12, 2012
GrumpyGumpy (All reviews)
For most of us in the western world the Legend of Lemnear first appeared as yet another 1990s pulp produced OVA however it was actually from the mid-1980s with the delay simply being the product of waiting for a decent localisation to reach our shores in the days before fan-subbing and the internet made almost all releases available in a matter of days after they were released in their native language. The Legend of Lemnear certainly holds its own appeal despite the era it comes from being associated with large numbers of dubious quality OVAs arriving due to it having a rather dark tone and read more
Jul 27, 2018
Arboria (All reviews)
This one's pretty dense for an 80s/90s OVA, a lot happens in it's short run-time. Completely worth your time if you're into high action fantasy with fan service, you won't be disappointed, this is one of the better ones and I've seen loads of those from the era in all levels of obscurity. The action is good, the fan service is excellent, the fantasy elements are compelling, and to top it off this has great animation.

Something that stood out to me other than the sheer amount of breasts in this OVA was the boss fight. I'd put the boss right near the top of the read more
Aug 31, 2020
geovannyboss (All reviews)
Sword and sorcery fantasy OVA with a healthy dose of nudity and fan-service. Although not the comedy style fan-service that most associate the term with these days, this one's pretty serious. I actually liked it pretty well, even though it doesn't do much to stand out from the pack. Something about these older fantasy anime OVAs/series that I tend to really like. At least there's a heap of action--the entire last third of the film is a big ol' fight--but the animation is cheap and the visuals bland. Even the Japanese acting is bad. But I still loved it.

A low-minded, nudity-strewn, fantasy action fest. read more

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