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Birth (1984)
"Bâsu" (original title)

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Mîna Tominaga ...
Jupiter Rasa (voice)
Kazuki Yao ...
Shulgi Nam (voice)
Ichirô Nagai ...
Bal Ruzan (voice)
Kaneto Shiozawa ...
Junobell Kim (voice)
Fuyumi Shiraishi ...
Monga (voice)
Keiko Toda ...
Arlia (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Masahiro Anzai ...
Imp (voice)
Bill Capizzi ...
Raider (Streamline 1992) (voice) (as A. Gregory)
Bradley Carlin ...
Kim (ADV 2003) (voice)
Alexis Chamow ...
Rasa (ADV 2003) (voice) (as Alexis Chamov)
Mary Agen Cox ...
Grandma (ADV 2003) (voice)
Robert Fisher ...
Inorganic Biker #3, Monster Octopus, Orange Mole (ADV 2003) (voice) (as Robert S. Fisher)
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Child (Streamline 1992) (voice)
Matt Hislope ...
Inorganic Biker #2, Monga (ADV 2003) (voice)
Samantha Inoue Harte ...
Munga, Additional Voices (ADV 2003) (voice)
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Pure adventure tale
18 September 2000 | by (In Delta City waiting on a promised future) – See all my reviews

A group of adventurers band together on a future Earth to try and claim the ultimate weapon.

I saw this on TV as "World of the Talisman" and was pleased with it. Unlike most anime that was getting TV time in the late '80's, it was actually a stand-alone tale instead of something horribly cut down from a TV series.

I have no idea how accurate the translation was, though the 'electronic stutter' suffered by the main bad guy was pretty cute. As I recall, the heroes consisted of a man, a woman with a pet furry whatever (The TV Guide listed these as brother and sister, though even the translation didn't give any hint of that), a pair of moderately inept spacemen, and what seems to be an intelligent sword. The bad guys were a series of men or aliens in a variety of 'robot suits' (Like the power suits from StarShip Troopers), though they all had the same basic design. They all spend a merry hour and a half chasing each other about with an extreme amount of firepower, but no blood or sex (Probably why it was deemed suitable for translation to American TV).

All in all a pleasant distraction without any overbearing morals or messages to weigh it down.


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