Warrior of Love Rainbowman (1982/1983)
- This article covers the 1982/1983 animated series by Tsuchida Productions. For the 1972/1973 live action Toho series, see Warrior of Love Rainbowman.
Warrior of Love Rainbowman (愛の戦士レインボーマン is a Ai no Senshi Reinbōman)Japanese animated series created by Tsuchida Productions that aired from October 10, 1982 to March 27, 1983. It acts as a reboot of sorts to the 1972 tokusatsu kaiju series of the same name, which was created by Toho.
Plot[edit | edit source]
The series focuses on the efforts of a young man fighting against alien invaders and their forces of giant robots with his own robots that can merge to form one giant robot called Rainbow Seven.
Episodes[edit | edit source]
- "Confrontation of Destiny"
- "Go! Warrior of Love"
- "Fight! Rainbow Seven"
- "Robot Factory of Terror"
- "Rainbow Seven Giant Explosion!"
- "Revive! Rainbow Seven"
- "Dam Destruction Strategy of Terror"
- "Omiya Laboratory Targeted"
- "Terror! Die Die Boy Gang"
- "The Devil of Onigasaki Coast"
- "Roze Saw the True Colors!"
- "Tanker Destruction Strategy!"
- "Secret of the Giant Underground Cavern"
- "The Stolen Town"
- "Deathnoid Remodeling Machine"
- "Takeshi Disappeared Into the Flame"
- "Mount Fuji Explosion!"
- "Disassembly Annihilation!? Rainbow Seven"
- "Super Mechanism's V Armor"
- "Secret of Emperor Dongolos"
- "Father, Ichiro is Alive!"
- "The End of Dongolas"
Staff[edit | edit source]
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Nobuhiro Okaseko
- Written by Tsunehisa Ito
- Based on a Story by Kohan Kawauchi
- Music by Jun Kitahara
- Edited by Hajime Okayasu
- Production Design by Katsumi Hando
- Background Artist Masaru Amamizu
- Sound Direction by Sadayoshi Fujino
- Sound Effects by Hidenori Arai
Cast[edit | edit source]
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
- Yu Mizushima as Takeshi Yamato
- Reiko Muto as Akiko Yamato
- Hiroko Nomura as Jun Yamato
- Hiromi Tsuru as Yoko Omiya
- Kazuhiko Kishino as Dr. Omiya
- Ken Yamaguchi as Gota Yamada
- Donoasami Mukai as Masasuke Yamada
- Koichi Chiba as Daiba Datta
- Takeshi Kuwabara as Mr. K
- Kazue Komiya as Fairy Roze
- Banjo Ginga as Major Heinz
- Mika Doi as Pastel Petit
- Minoru Inaba as Dr. Gilma
- Shozo Izuka as Emperor Dongolos
- Noriaki Wakamoto as Narrator
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Characters[edit | edit source]
Monsters[edit | edit source]
Weapons, vehicles, and races[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The show's creator, Sendai Yasunori, also worked on the original Warrior of Love Rainbowman and created Diamond Eye.
- Due to rights disputes between Toho and Tsuchida, the anime has never had a home video release.
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