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Eiyuu Gaiden Mozaicka

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Synonyms: Mozaika
Japanese: 英雄凱伝モザイカ


Type: OVA
Episodes: 4
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Nov 21, 1991 to Dec 21, 1991
Producers: Starchild Records
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Original
Genres: Fantasy
Duration: 30 min. per ep.
Rating: None


Score: 6.021 (scored by 231 users)
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Ranked: #70622
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Popularity: #8479
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From Ryosuke Takahashi and Norio Shioyama, the creative minds behind great animes such as Armored Trooper VOTOMs and Panzer World Galient, comes an epic tale of swords and sorcery! On the eternal planet of Mozaika, the formerly benevolent King Sazara has been possessed by an evil priest and has begun a bloody path of conquest all across the world! Mozaika's only hope is the young warrior U-Taruma, son of U-Dante, one of Sazara's victims. If you like fantasy, or classic Norio Shioyama character designs, you can't miss this 4-episode OVA!


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Takahashi, Ryosuke
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Shioyama, Norio
Storyboard, Key Animation, Original Creator, Character Design, Chief Animation Director

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Feb 9, 2017
MisterGibbon (All reviews)
Eiyuu Gaiden Mozaicka is very much a product of the sword-and-sorcery/sword-and-sci-fi fantasy tales that had their heyday in the 80's, in much the same vein as famous titles like Conan the Barbarian, Krull or Ridley Scott's "Legend". But of course, this being the 80's, much of the output (especially in the west) was equal proportions of tackiness, cheesiness and aggressive mediocrity. The same held true of anime OVAs that took inspiration from this trend. Thankfully, Mozaicka is one of the better works to emerge from this trend, thanks to the involvement of director Takahashi Ryosuke and animation director Shioyama Norio, whose winning partnership I last read more
Nov 13, 2016
simex909 (All reviews)
Hi. I'm not a super serious anime reviewer, but I saw that this one didn't have any reviews, so I thought I'd try to give you the gist of it.

First, if you don't like fantasy, there's nothing here for you. The eery alien world is the true main character, and it is not character driven, though there are some good characters. The plot plays out like a chapter from an alien bible. I love it, but I know most people who watch anime like heavily character driven things. I mean, generally with OVAs you'll find little character development, but this one is particularly mythological in read more


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