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GaoGaiGar: King of the Braves 

Yûsha ô Gaogaigar (original title)
A special organization using giant robots and aided by an alien boy battles the threat of a menace that inflicts havoc by turning humans into destructive mecha menaces.
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...  Pizza / ... 25 episodes, 1997
...  Reiko Komori 25 episodes, 1997
...  Teacher 25 episodes, 1997
...  Isamu Amami 25 episodes, 1997
Jamie McGonnigal ...  Penchinon 25 episodes, 1997
David Skigen ...  Narrator 25 episodes, 1997
Rebecca Soler ...  Mikoto Utsugi 25 episodes, 1997
Marc Thompson ...  Geki Hyuuma / ... 25 episodes, 1997
...  Kosuke Entohji 24 episodes, 1997
Michael Bale ...  ChoRyuJin 21 episodes
...  HyoRyu 21 episodes
David Wills ...  EnRyu 21 episodes
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A special organization using giant robots and aided by an alien boy battles the threat of a menace that inflicts havoc by turning humans into destructive mecha menaces.

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1 February 1997 (Japan)  »

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Kôtarô Taiga: Final Fusion, Shônin!
[points dramatically at the screen]
Mikoto Utsugi: [starts typing rapidly at her console] Utsugi Mikoto: Ryôkai! Final Fusion, Program Drive!
[breaks glass switch cover with fist, starting the Final Fusion sequence]
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Follows Yûsha shirei Dagwon (1996) See more »

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Yûsha-ô Tanjô!
(The King of Braves is Born!)
Opening theme
Performed by Masaaki Endô
Lyrics by Yoshitomo Yonetani
Music by Kôhei Tanaka
Arrangement by Takayuki Negishi
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The best words that can describe this...?
17 March 2005 | by See all my reviews

..."Hot-Blooded". It's a kid's show, but before that, it's a giant robot anime that hearkens back to the good IL' days of the genre.

To put it simply, things blow up, and they blow up good. There is a level of action here that you have to watch to really understand. And... there are what I like to call "the sequences". The Final Fusion sequence (the best Giant Robot combination ever!), the Hell and Heaven sequence (final attack), the other combination sequences, and so on.

And the music... A lot of it is performed by a full orchestra, and it is as hot-blooded as the series. The Title song (Yuusha-oh tanjou! - The King of Braves is Born!) sets the tone for the show. And the tune that is simply titled "Final Fusion"... Listening to it, you get the feeling that it really is the "final" fusion, that one massive walking machine (why isn't Xabungle listed here, anyway?) will subsequently be beating another into a pile of explosive scrap.

The plot... Is amazing. I shouldn't say anything about it - there's not much to spoil, but it's best to see it for yourselves. Suffice it to say that we finally learn how the dinosaurs went extinct...

...I can't say anymore without burning those behind me with my "fanboy flames", except that you should find Yuusha-oh GaoGaiGar, and watch it.


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