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 ... See full summary »
Eiji Takanaka is a B Level hacker who has been accepted into EX. However, before his first day on the job, he becomes embroiled in a network war, a legendary figure named EVE, and a plot to re-inhabit the Earth.
Koji Kondo is a young mechanic who finds the Madox-01. He gets stuck inside the machine before he finishes reading the manual. He must now evade the government and find his girlfriend before she disappears forever.
A nightmarish combination of cybernetics and psychic potential. At its core: the tortured souls of 2 human beings. Many desire to control this monstrosity, but can its hatred be contained? ... See full summary »
In the year 2046, a cop and his female android partner called Armitage, part of the latest android line known as "class III" models that look, act and feel human, investigate illegal manufacture of class III androids on colonized Mars.
The original planned title was "Omega City 23," then "Vanity City" and "Omega Zone 23." See more »
After the sex scene between Shogo and Yui, if you look closely at Yui her skin tone switches back and forth between her's and Shogo's skin tone. See more »
Welcome to realty.
But how do you know they're our enemy?
You saw that molt and wasteland, that's the reality of the impending danger that we are all now exposed to. Which is why we've secretly expanded our military, and developed new weapon's projects. Here, underground where's Bahamut's influence can't reach us. That's why we've been trying to find the key to overriding Bahamut's core directives. Thus far, We've managed to clear six levels of programming. That left just level seven. However, ...
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The movie originally ended with Eve giving Shogo a weapon which he used to defeat B.D. and end the war. The producers considered this ending to be ludicrious and chopped it off. The Robotech Movie (which alters the plot so it fits in with the TV series) contains this ending; for years people thought that Harmony Gold got the producers to animate a new ending, but they simply used the original. See more »
("I Can't Sleep So Sadly")
Performed by 'Yuka Takeuchi' See more »
the anime classic that inspired the Matrix
Picture Toyko Japan.It's 1985.Bike gangs roam the streets,when teens carried boomboxes on their shoulders.This is the world of megazone 23.An 18 yearold biker and mechanic named Shogo is given a mysterious motorcycle called the Garland,it's more than he bargins for as the cycle is actually an advanced robotic weapon system.Chased down by the millitary,he and his friends begin to slowly release that the world around them isn't what it really is.And the truth has to be kept a secret as the authorities struggle to maintain the truth for the citizens of Toyko.But how does this all have to do with Eve,the pop idol of Toyko and the Garland?It's a cult classic with great music and nicely done animation done by two masters of anime Haurihiko Mikimoto ans Toshihiro Hirano.
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