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Yuusha Keisatsu J-Decker


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Brave Police J-Decker
Japanese: 勇者警察ジェイデッカー

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 48
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 5, 1994 to Jan 28, 1995
Premiered: Winter 1994
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Nagoya TV Housou
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Sunrise
Source: Unknown
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages

Statistics

Score: 7.621 (scored by 286 users)
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Ranked: #12462
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #6722
Members: 1,114
Favorites: 22
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Episodes: /48

Synopsis

Grade schooler Yuuta Tominaga stumbles upon Deckerd, a humanoid robot under construction by the Japanese police, built to fight advanced forms of crime. Yuuta's constant contact with Deckerd gives the robot a "heart", or personality; when Yuuta is recruited as the "boss" of the "Brave Police" as a result, a true human/robot partnership occurs.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Deckerd
Deckerd
Main
Furusawa, Tohru
Japanese
Furusawa, Tohru
Tomonaga, Yuta
Tomonaga, Yuta
Main
Ishikawa, Hiromi
Japanese
Ishikawa, Hiromi
Gunmax
Gunmax
Supporting
Makishima, Naoki
Japanese
Makishima, Naoki
Duke
Duke
Supporting
Morikawa, Toshiyuki
Japanese
Morikawa, Toshiyuki

Staff

Takamatsu, Shinji
Takamatsu, Shinji
Director, Episode Director
Kawasaki, Hiroyuki
Kawasaki, Hiroyuki
Script
Yamada, Yasunori
Yamada, Yasunori
Script
YUKA
YUKA
Theme Song Performance


Edit Opening Theme

"Heart to Heart" by Tsuru Yoshio

Edit Ending Theme

#1: "Egao wa Kimi no Wasuremono (笑顔は君の忘れ物)" by Yuka Satou
#2: "Heart to Heart" by Ayako (彩子)




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Micky93
May 31, 2014
Yuusha Keisatsu J-Decker is the 5th entry to the Yuusha (Brave) series, a franchise known for its’ over the top antics, super robot action and heavy merchandising themes. Immediately this might be a turn-off for some, as it could easily be written off as childish drivel, peddling expensive figures to a young audience. While this sentiment may not be entirely inaccurate, it’s not entirely fair to write off an entire series based off its’ pedigree. Yes, this is a show aimed at children, but if you can get past the surface level flaws, you’ll find a charming enough show underneath, with plenty of entertainment to read more
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Fortress_Maximus
Jan 25, 2014
This was a merchandise driven anime aimed at children so expect some nonsensical moments.

This was the first Brave Series/Yuusha Series anime that I watched, it has comedic moments that will keep your laughing. It is a police themed story but isn't focused on mystery at all, just monster of the week fights.

Nonetheless there are surprisingly some serious moments in this anime due to the fact that the main characters are sentient robots who can think and feel like a human through the invention of Artificial Intelligence, examples of what they have to deal with include the following:
A character goes through an existential crisis because criminal read more
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