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Academia was a school for scientists located in Academia Island. One day, Academia's Top Three students (Tsukikage, Senda, Omura) were kidnapped by Bias. In the process, Tsukikage kills Yano Takuji and Aikawa Mari. Two years later, Volt destroys Academia. Three surviving students (Yuusuke, Jou, Megumi) Find out that the three kidnapped students lived-as Kempu, Mazenda, and Obular. The trio become Liveman to fight their former friends. Later on, Takuji and Mari's younger siblings (Tetsuya and Jun'ichi) join Liveman. Written by
I absolutely loved Chôjû sentai Raibuman as a kid, since I spent a lot of years in Japan, since my father was in the military, I am very familiar with Super Sentai, also known as Power Rangers in western countries.
Chôjû sentai Raibuman also known as Liveman was a unique, one of a kind Super Sentai that combined great characters, special effects, and storytelling to create one of the best kid's shows of the 1980s! I had all of the toys of this great show when I was a teenager! I absolutely loved this show as a kid, but, it's now nearly impossible to find any episodes of this great show. Hopefully Bandai Japan will put out some DVDs of this and other great Super Sentais from the past 30 years! I now live in the United States, but I won't ever forget this great show! Go Liveman!
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