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Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer (1996)

Chojin gakuen Gowcaizer (original title)
Not Rated | | Animation, Action, Sci-Fi | 1996 (Japan)
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Stones of power are given to chosen fighters trained by a master in order to overthrow the master's plan to destroy humanity. The fighters do not necessarily get along even as the world heads toward peril.

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Credited cast:
Marc Garber ...
Ball Boy (voice)
Sandee Gilman ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Carla Hall ...
Prato (Female), Suzu Asahina (voice)
Karel Havle ...
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Shô Hayami ...
Shizuru Ozaki (voice)
Nobuyuki Hiyama ...
Isato Kaiza / Gowcaizer (voice)
Hideyuki Hori ...
Rampou Fudo (voice)
Hideo Ishikawa ...
Ryo Asahina (voice)
Tracy Lynn Johnson ...
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Ed Kissel ...
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Houko Kuwashima ...
Necrocaizer (voice)
Yoshiyuki Kôno ...
Ball Boy (voice)
Ted Lewis ...
Isato Kaiza / Gowcaizer (voice)
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Omni Exist (voice)
Jonathan Lupo ...
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Stones of power are given to chosen fighters trained by a master in order to overthrow the master's plan to destroy humanity. The fighters do not necessarily get along even as the world heads toward peril.

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Based of the fighting game with the same name on the Neo-Geo systems. See more »

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Isato Kaiza/Gowcaizer: You know it's just like he said. It is a drug. He knew what he ment. It's true. You think you can get away with doing anything on drugs but you know what? I'm not gonna let myself fall to that level!
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Featured in Anime Abandon: Voltage Fighter Gowcazier: Part I (2012) See more »

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New Generation Heroes
by Masaaki Endou
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Excellent Adult Anime
8 August 2000 | by (Portland, OR) – See all my reviews

No, it's not Akira. It's not Ghost in the Shell. It's a different beast entirely, and just as good! The key to understanding and enjoying this film is knowing what it is: a sexy and violent movie adaptation of a video game! Things move fast, the animation is awesome, and it is pure eye candy! This is definitely testosterone theater. If you are looking for theme heavy, weighty intellectualism, with a deep message and all that, you won't find it here. This movie plays out just like a video game... lightning quick, assaulting the senses, and with quick flashes of amazing action. Throw in a little saucy nudity, some great perspectives of the female form, and some incredible character designs, and this film rises to the top of the genre. It is pure frivolous fun, which is why it can't be compared to Akira, Ghost in the Shell, etc. Its just as good, but very different.


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