A robot is attacked by his creators other former models, however now he is re-programed and is sent on a mission, to steal the latest robot technology and destroy anything that gets in his way.
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Cast

Credited cast:
David Thund ...
 Signal (voice)
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 Pulse (voice) (as Kevin Collins)
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 Chris (voice)
Michelle Newman ...
 Nobu (voice)
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 Professor (voice) (as Mike Pollack)
Rachael Lillis ...
 Erala, Number 3 (voice)
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 Suke A & B (voice)
Doug Bost ...
 Dad / ... (voice)
Caroline Rose ...
 Mom (voice)
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 Maki (voice) (as Michael Tremain)
Abigale Campell ...
 Arano (voice)
Michele O'Medlin ...
 Mini / ... (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yuri Amano ...
 Chris (voice)
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 Ume (voice) (as John Avner)
Kujira ...
 B Suke (voice)
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A robot is attacked by his creators other former models, however now he is re-programed and is sent on a mission, to steal the latest robot technology and destroy anything that gets in his way.

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If you want to challenge the ultimate humanoid fighting machine, be sure to bring him some chocolate!


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21 March 2001 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Twin Signal  »

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(3 episodes)

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Quotes

Mini: [pointing to the lake excitedly] Sea! It's the sea! See?
Nobu: That's not the sea you know. That's a lake.
Mini: Ohhh...a lake full of sea!
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Truth
by Bluem of Youth
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Funny and cute

Twin Signal: Family Game is an excellent addition to the Twin Signal manga. The animation is fluid, the sound is great, and the voice acting is above average. That said, it's also a little disappointing that there were not more of these made. As it stands, this animation showcases only a very small portion of one of the earliest parts in the manga. As a result, those not familiar with the comics may find this to be a good and interesting view, but nothing spectacular. Those familiar with the comics will appreciate it for what it is (a lovely animated version of one of the best parts in the overall story), but some may be disappointed that their favorite characters aren't in the actual thing. :( However, it's overall a good watch, whether or not you know anything about it. ^_^ Highly recommended.


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