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Tatakae!! Ramenman


Alternative Titles

English: Fight!! Ramenman
Synonyms: Toushou!! Ramenman
Japanese: 闘将!!拉麺男

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 35
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 10, 1988 to Sep 11, 1988
Premiered: Winter 1988
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Yomiko Advertising
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Unknown
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

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Score: 6.661 (scored by 77 users)
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Ranked: #46982
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Popularity: #8259
Members: 428
Favorites: 2
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Episodes: /35

Synopsis

Set in a land where several martial arts styles collide, including (but not limited to) Chinese Kung Fu, Japanese Karate, and South Korean Taekwondo. Yet amongst these Shaolin-trained fighters and men powerful enough to cut the face of a mountain, Victory Ramenman is said to be the strongest of them all. At a young age, he witnessed his father Somenman being murdered by members of the Cobra Gang (who are still running rampant to this day). Found and taken in by the wise old Chen Sou-Mei, Ramenman trains for 12 years under his master and learns the great Essential Battle Dragon (闘龍極意書, To Ryuu Gokui Sho) style of Choujin Martial arts. Now, with his young sidekick Shao-Mai, Ramenman travels the land seeking vengeance for his father, fighting several villains along the way.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Ramenman, Victory
Ramenman, Victory
Main
Mori, Katsuji
Japanese
Mori, Katsuji
Shumai
Shumai
Main
Matsushima, Minori
Japanese
Matsushima, Minori
Dokuroken Gadam
Dokuroken Gadam
Supporting
Yara, Yuusaku
Japanese
Yara, Yuusaku
Ryuuseiken Hogan
Ryuuseiken Hogan
Supporting
Ginga, Banjou
Japanese
Ginga, Banjou

Staff

Yamayoshi, Yasuo
Yamayoshi, Yasuo
Episode Director
Sasaki, Katsutoshi
Sasaki, Katsutoshi
Episode Director
Terada, Kenji
Terada, Kenji
Script
Yudetamago
Yudetamago
Original Creator


Edit Opening Theme

"Kagayake! Ramenman (輝け!ラーメンマン)" by Junichirou Oda

Edit Ending Theme

"Kibou e no Tabi (希望への旅)" by Junichirou Oda




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THEAnimeHERO
Dec 22, 2014
This anime is a spin-off from the wrestling series Kinnikuman, however Kinnikuman knowledge isn't necessary to watch this series. Tatakae!! Ramenman is a very episodic series filled with martial arts action usually being over-the-top but shares themes of heroism and honor. In short, this series is the Chinese version of Fist Of The North Star.

As mentioned earlier, the titular character Ramenman was originally from Kinnikuman but due to massive popularity Ramenman earned his own manga series which eventually became adapted into anime form. While it is a spin-off to Kinnikuman, Tatakae!! Ramenman follows it own mythology beginning from Ramenman's childhood and his further training as read more
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