Warrior of Love Rainbowman (TV 1982-1983)

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Warrior of Love Rainbowman
Warrior of Love Rainbowman (1982 series)
Air date October 10, 1982 - March 27, 1983
Directed by Nobuhiro Okaseko
Producer(s) Sayumi Kawauchi, Osamu Tsuchida
Written by Tsunehisa Ito; Kohan Kawauchi (story)
Funded by MBS, Ai Kikaku Center
Production companies Ai Kikaku Center, Tsuchida Productions
Channel(s) MBS
Genre(s) Anime
Episodes 22
For the tokusatsu series, see Warrior of Love Rainbowman (1972 series).

Warrior of Love Rainbowman (愛の戦士レインボーマン,   Ai no Senshi Reinbōman) is a Japanese mecha anime series directed by Nobuhiro Okaseko and written by Tsunehisa Ito from a story by Kohan Kawauchi. Produced by MBS and the Ai Kikaku Center with animation by the Ai Kikaku Center and Tsuchida Productions, it aired on MBS from October 10, 1982 to March 27, 1983 for a total of 22 episodes. It is a remake of the 1972 tokusatsu series of the same name, created by Toho. The series has never been rebroadcasted or released on home video.


When alien invaders known as the Die-Die Gang threaten peace on Earth, young wrestling champion Takeshi Yamato ventures out to find the ancient mystic Deva Datta, who trains him to become a "Warrior of Love" with the powers of the seven elements, and seven chakras, known as Rainbowman. Long ago, Deva Datta had sealed a deposed alien warlord named Dongolos in a stone pillar, and kept him captive with his mental energy, but now facing the end of his life, he knows he will soon escape and begin more ambitious attacks. The old yogi hopes to teach Takeshi what he needs to defeat them. With the help of his friend Dr. Omiya, Takeshi takes on the Die-Die Gang's vicious Devil Mecha using a powerful robot called Rainbow Seven, which was constructed under Deva Datta's advice. Takeshi navigates a world of alien espionage and giant robots in his pursuit of peace.


No. Title Directed by Story artist Animation director Air date
1 "A Destined Encounter" Yu Hazama Nobuhiro Okaseko 10/10/1982
2 "Go! Warrior of Love" Hideyoshi Oga Shin Fukuda 10/17/1982
3 "Fight! Rainbow Seven" Yoshito Hata Kenzo Koizumi 10/24/1982
4 "The Terrifying Robot Factory" Yasuo Hasegawa Nobuhiro Okaseko 10/31/1982
5 "Rainbow Seven Explodes!" Tatsuya Okamoto Shin Fukuda 11/07/1982
6 "Revive!! Rainbow Seven" Tameo Kohanawa Yu Hazama 11/14/1982
7 "The Terrifying Dam Destruction Strategy" Yoshito Hata Kenzo Koizumi 11/28/1982
8 "Omiya Laboratory Targeted" Tatsuya Okamoto Nobuhiro Okaseko 12/05/1982
9 "Frightening! The Die-Die Boy's Club" Kotaro Arashi Shin Fukuda 12/12/1982
10 "The Devil of Onigasaki Coast" Yoshito Hata Seiji Yamashita 12/19/1982
11 "Rosé Saw Her True Self!" Tatsuya Okamoto Hiroshi Yoshida Shin Fukuda 12/26/1982
12 "The Tanker Destruction Strategy!" Yoshito Hata Kenzo Koizumi Nobuhiro Okaseko 01/09/1983
13 "Secret of the Underground Cavern" Kotaro Arashi Yoshito Hata Shin Fukuda 01/16/1983
14 "The Stolen Town" Tatsuya Okamoto Hiroshi Yoshida Seiji Yamashita 01/23/1983
15 "The Deathnoid Remodeling Machine" Yoshito Hata Hideyoshi Oga Shin Fukuda 01/30/1983
16 "Takeshi Disappeared Into Flame" Tatsuya Okamoto Kenzo Koizumi Seiji Yamashita 02/13/1983
17 "Blow Up Mount Fuji!" Yoshito Hata Hiroshi Yoshida Shin Fukuda 02/20/1983
18 "Disintegrated and Disappeared!? Rainbow Seven" Tetsuo Kadotani Seiji Yamashita 02/27/1983
19 "V-Armor's Supermechanism" Tatsuya Okamoto Shin Fukuda 03/06/1983
20 "Emperor Dongolos' Secret" Yoshito Hata Kenzo Koizumi Seiji Yamashita 03/13/1983
21 "Father Ichiro is Alive!" Kazuhiro Ochi 03/20/1983
22 "The End of Dongolos" Tatsuya Okamoto Kenzo Koizumi Shin Fukuda 04/09/1983


Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Nobuhiro Okaseko
  • Episode directors   Yu Hazama, Hideyoshi Oga, Yoshito Hata, Yasuo Hasegawa, Tatsuya Okamoto, Tameo Kohanawa, Kotaro Arashi, Tetsuo Kadotani, Kazuhiro Ochi
  • Animation directors   Nobuhiro Okaseko, Shin Fukuda, Seiji Yamashita, Kazuhiro Ochi
  • Story artists   Yu Hazama, Hideyoshi Oga, Kenzo Koizumi, Yasuo Hasegawa, Tatsuya Okamoto, Kotaro Arashi, Yoshito Hata, Hiroshi Yoshida, Kazuhiro Ochi
  • Written by   Tsunehisa Ito
  • Based on a story by   Kohan Kawauchi
  • Produced by   Sayumi Kawauchi, Osamu Tsuchida
  • Music by   Jun Kitahara
  • Edited by   Hajime Okayasu
  • Production design by   Katsumi Hando
  • Background artist   Masaru Amamizu
  • Sound director   Sadayoshi Fujino
  • Sound effects by   Hidenori Arai
  • Character designer   Nobuhiro Okaseko


Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.


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