D-1 Devastator

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Alternative Titles

Japanese: D-1 デバステイター


Information

Type: OVA
Episodes: 2
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Dec 11, 1992 to Feb 26, 1993
Producers: Takara
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Unknown
Genre: Sci-FiSci-Fi
Theme: MechaMecha
Duration: 45 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

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Ranked: #97382
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Popularity: #12083
Members: 1,423
Favorites: 3

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Synopsis

To follow in his missing friend Masato's footsteps, Ryo joined the vehicle company Yaesu. Ryo became involved with the Makuhari test course that Masato was also a part of. The leader, Gray Gear, told Ryo, "If you want to know about Masato, come to the test course late at night and ride the new machine."

When Ryo got in the new machine, the Vector Versus, and rode it around the course, he was able to exceed 300 kilometers per hour and suddenly warped into a mysterious space!

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Staff

Oobari, Masami
Animation Director, Mechanical Design
Miyamae, Mitsuharu
Art Director


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Ending Theme

1: "Rash Guy" by Akira Kamino
2: "Follow You" by Mayumi Arai




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Feb 15, 2024
Combine the Brave series with an edgy mecha OVA, and you get D-1 Devastator. D-1 Devastator is an anime adaptation of a video game by Takara, the company behind several transforming vehicle toylines like Transformers and the Brave series. As such, the OVA contains several mecha that transform from vehicles; however, these mecha are not sentient and are piloted from within by humans.

The story is reminiscent of 80s OVAs like Zeorymer and Detonator Orgun in that it features a young man in the near future who is involved with a defense organization to save the world from eldritch monsters -- in this case, aliens ...

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