Masato, a seemingly typical high school student, has his life turned upside-down when he is suddenly arrested without explanation, after which his parents show up and tell him they aren't ... See full summary »
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Masato, a seemingly typical high school student, has his life turned upside-down when he is suddenly arrested without explanation, after which his parents show up and tell him they aren't his real parents, but actually, government employees paid to pose as his mother and father. He later learns that he had been selected (apparently a long time ago) to be the pilot for a giant fighting robot called the Zeorymer. His assignment is to fight Hau Dragon, the shadowy organization that built the Zeorymer, along with seven other robots they still control. Written by
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Unfortunately, Zeoraima has the downside of being an anime with an excellent plot idea that feels ridiculously rushed. this is a genuine pity, because it deserved to be much better, yet it suffers from bad animation and absolutely atrocious voice acting. the plot works, but only in such a way as is confined by the rest of the anime.
get it on rental - don't waste £15 like I did!
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