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C. Markham Anderson,
Christine M. Auten,
Shogo Yahagi is on the run. But this time he's got his biker gang called 'Trash' on his side and they have chosen to revolt against the authorities, and the police. An invasion from an unknown source that has threatened to destroy everything they know and love. Written by
My main gripe with this hard to find bit of anime is that the wrong people are the heroes. The biker gang runs around, terrorizing people and causing meyhem, and they are the heroes. The military tries to stop them and they are the villains. Also, there are some robot octopus alien things, but they never really figure in.
Some great gore and decent action segments (especially an awesome extended chase scene through the city) aside, I found this to be a piece of garbage.
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