Warrior of Light Diamond Eye (1973-74)
Warrior of Light Diamond Eye focuses on the life of young reporter Rai Kotaru, who had been on the trail of a ring of gem thieves. But, Rai is faced with an evil that threatens all of Asia, the Zensei Majin who had been in disguise. Luckily, the man's life was saved by a good spirit named Diamond Eye who had appeared from one of the stolen diamond rings. From that day on the diamond hero entrusted the ring in Rai, and when he was in need of help, Diamond Eye would appear and protect him.
- My Name is Diamond Eye
- Defeat the Zensei Majin!
- Operation Hurricane Ready!
- Don't be Discouraged, Raikou
- The Vanished 2 Billion!
- Raikou Cornered!
- Smash the Wall of Death!!
- Chase the Mastermind!
- The Jewelry Exhibition Conspiracy!
- Mojingah's Great Counterattack
- Kerarin's Great Challenge
- Gerarachin's Attack
- King Cobra's Great Battle!
- A New Enemy: Princess Cobra
- Devil's Den!! Hitodetsubo's Fierce Attack
- Secret Technique!! Lightning of Wareatama
- Kero Cat's Great Game
- Onikabuton's Great Escape
- King Cobra's Great Revival
- Hitodetsubo's Great Tornado from Hell
- King Cobra's Great Execution Strategy
- Princess Cobra's Great Deathmatch
- The Great Diamond Eye Obliteration Strategy
- The Great Dynamite Strategy
- The Great Secret Factory Strategy
- King Cobra's Final Battle
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Masahiro Takase, Rokushika Eiyu, and Ken Yamada
- Produced by Masayoshi Kataoka and Etsuo Yamamoto
- Music by Ikeda Takaharu
- Assistant Directing by Takaaki Nakamura
- Planning by Eto Kimihiko
- Screenplay by Tsunehisa Ito and Tatsuo Tamura
- Photography by Tajima Fumio
- Editing by Kunio Shimizu
Characters and Monsters
Vehicles, Weapons, and Races
Pioneer LDC (2003)
- Released: March 3, 2003
- Region: Region 2
- Language: Japanese
- Format: Color, Dolby, Limited Edition
- Other Details: 1.33:1 aspect ratio, 650 minutes run time, 5 discs
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