Warrior of Love Rainbowman (1982/1983)

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Warrior of Love Rainbowman
Warrior of Love Rainbowman (Anime)
Air date October 10, 1982 - March 27, 1983
Distributor Toho
Channel(s) TBS
Genre(s) Anime
Episodes 22
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,   Ai no Senshi Reinbōman) is a 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]

  1. "Confrontation of Destiny"
  2. "Go! Warrior of Love"
  3. "Fight! Rainbow Seven"
  4. "Robot Factory of Terror"
  5. "Rainbow Seven Giant Explosion!"
  6. "Revive! Rainbow Seven"
  7. "Dam Destruction Strategy of Terror"
  8. "Omiya Laboratory Targeted"
  9. "Terror! Die Die Boy Gang"
  10. "The Devil of Onigasaki Coast"
  11. "Roze Saw the True Colors!"
  12. "Tanker Destruction Strategy!"
  13. "Secret of the Giant Underground Cavern"
  14. "The Stolen Town"
  15. "Deathnoid Remodeling Machine"
  16. "Takeshi Disappeared Into the Flame"
  17. "Mount Fuji Explosion!"
  18. "Disassembly Annihilation!? Rainbow Seven"
  19. "Super Mechanism's V Armor"
  20. "Secret of Emperor Dongolos"
  21. "Father, Ichiro is Alive!"
  22. "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.

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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