A college student, who transforms into an insectoid mutant superhero, fights the evil mutants sent by the Newmanity Empire led by the fearsome Phantom Banba.
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 Gorou Watari / ...
Shôzô Îzuka ...
 Emperor Banba (voice)
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A college student, who transforms into an insectoid mutant superhero, fights the evil mutants sent by the Newmanity Empire led by the fearsome Phantom Banba.

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2 October 1973 (Japan)  »

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Mutant Z  »

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Referenced in OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders (2011) See more »

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Chesuto! Chesuto! Inazuman
("Chest! Chest! Inazuman")
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Composed and Arranged by Michiaki Watanabe
Lyrics by Saburou Hatte (Toei Committee)
Sung by Ichirô Mizuki
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Inazuman
20 October 2006 | by (Hong Kong) – See all my reviews

Inazuman is fighting with the new breed and also it is a Freedom fighters.

Inazuman is, in reality, young college student Goro Watari, a mutant. He lost his mother as a child, and had other dark moments in his childhood (he had a childhood girlfriend named Teresa, who was taken away by an American soldier during the US occuptation of Japan). But when the Newmanity Empire (Shinjinrui Teikoku) begins its invasion on mankind, he puts his mutant powers to the test . . .

First, he performs a henshin pose (crossing his arms in front of his chest) and uttering the phrase, "Gôriki Shôrai!", he is wrapped in a blue cocoon, which bursts, revealing the creature Sanagiman. He resembles an armored brown larva mutant with a white belt, which has a biomechanical power meter on it.


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