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Akira Kamiya ...
 Kazuya Ryuzaki (voice)
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Yôko Kuri ...
 Nana Izumi (voice)
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1 April 1978 (Japan)  »

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A high-kicking giant robot with an intergalactic love story in the middle.
26 September 1999 | by (Manila, Philippines) – See all my reviews

When the earth is invaded by winged invaders, a super-powered truck, driven by a teenage astronaut, transforms into a karate master of a robot, and acts as earth's last line of defense.

When Daimos first appeared in the late '80s, it acquired a cult following. The advance features of the robot (compared to the bland look of its contemporaries)made it an instant favorite.

Add to it a Romeo and Juliet storyline wherein the Daimos pilot and the princess of the winged invaders fall in love became an involving subplot.

All-in-all, the series is quite exceptional, if you can overlook the '70s feel.


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