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Credited cast:
Steve Blum ... Assassin / Commander Kaseros (voice) (as David Lucas)
Robbie Bowman Robbie Bowman ... Additional Voices (voice)
Steve Bulen ... Additional Voices (voice)
Richard Cansino ... Griffin (voice) (as Richard Hayworth)
Bridget Hoffman ... Gaia (voice) (as Tessa Ariel)
Lex Lang ... Heisung, Delta Boy (voice) (as Alexis Lang)
Wendee Lee ... Marie Kim, Pandora (voice)
Mona Marshall ... Pupil / Mother (voice)
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn ... Queen Hera (voice) (as Melissa Williamson)
Joe Romersa ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Marlon Mann)
David Scott David Scott ... Additional Voices (voice)
Dougray Scott ... Additional Voices (voice)
Barry Stigler Barry Stigler ... Tantharos (voice) (as Gil Starberry)
Dan Woren ... Gamma 66-66 (voice) (as Jackson Daniels)
Tom Wyner ... Hades (voice) (as Abe Lasser)
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South Korea

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Korean

Release Date:

19 January 1996 (South Korea) See more »

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Armageddon See more »

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Spin-off Amagedon (1996) See more »

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Good Anime film, BAD Americanizaton!
22 April 2004 | by Angel MeiruSee all my reviews

I remember seeing "Space Armageddon" (international title), alongside a similar Anime movie, "Lensman", back on the local cartoon channel back in the 1980's. And like Lensman, it was another Animated movie that combined CG with hand-drawn animation.

But the most unique thing about "Space Armageddon" is the combination of Science Fiction, Greek and Norse Mythology, dealing with robots, hallucinations, space deities, crazed assasins and the combination of space aliens and mythical monsters.

Then one fateful day, I heard from a friend of mine that he saw this movie americanized and renamed just plain "Armageddon" (duh! How un-original). I took a gander at it myself, and boy, was I enraged. Sub-par dubbing, plot changes and *gasps* POOR EDITING! Shame on you Manga Video, have you no sense of decency!?

Anywho, if you come across this film, get it at an Asian or Import video store, unabridged and uncut. AVOID the Manga Video version at all costs.


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