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Terrestrial Dream 2008-01-12 18:52

Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh
 
http://kr.img.blog.yahoo.com/ybi/1/3...1155925814.jpg

Part of the Eldran series, the show probably had the coolest idea ever for me. Though the show is quite vague for, so I can't really give a good description.
Here's a op for general idea.


p.s I also have raw to the first two episode and most likely I will download them later, and I might try to sub (really low chance)it as it's soft subbed in Korean.

Kaioshin Sama 2008-01-13 13:23

It's a Kids Super Robot show. Several school children use Raijin-Oh's help to defend the Earth against an invasion by goof ball aliens by having a really awesome theme song. It's also apparently "Absolutely Invincible" like Daitarn 3.

Terrestrial Dream 2008-01-13 19:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kaioshin_Sama (Post 1341107)
It's a Kids Super Robot show. Several school children use Raijin-Oh's help to defend the Earth against an invasion by goof ball aliens by having a really awesome theme song. It's also apparently "Absolutely Invincible" like Daitarn 3.

Well that basically sums it up :D, but the concept that I loved was their base was the school. Which I thought was awesome, also does anyone know who might be interested subbing this show?

Shinji103 2008-01-14 04:29

I'm so glad to see others on this forum who have sene this show. It is very much one f my all-time favorites, and was one of my first animes. :love:

I mean, seriously. What kid in grade school would not love to have a school that transforms into a launching platform and command center for their own giant super robot? This show just pushed all the right buttons for me. :D

Terrestrial Dream 2008-01-15 18:47

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Originally Posted by Shinji103 (Post 1342302)
I'm so glad to see others on this forum who have sene this show. It is very much one f my all-time favorites, and was one of my first animes. :love:

I mean, seriously. What kid in grade school would not love to have a school that transforms into a launching platform and command center for their own giant super robot? This show just pushed all the right buttons for me. :D

Glad to see more fan Raijin-oh fan here :D. And Yeah I love that part, as a kid I also thought it was so awesome how their school transform.

strikex 2008-04-16 07:13

hey.. i love that show.. anywhere i can watch it again? i cant find it in youtube or anywhere :(

Ashural 2008-11-13 22:41

Raijin-Oh Watch Online, My nest...
 
Hi I'm currently trying to host RaiJin-Oh on my blog. If you like to watch it, you can visit it. But having all episodes up takes time, don't expect all episode to be there.

http://www.ashural.blogspot.com/

pegasuseiya 2008-12-16 21:00

Raijin-oh licensed! Yay!
 
I just heard from someone that Raijin-oh just got licensed. Found it in wikipedia the other day. But yeah, they're talking about a release in 2009. I'm guessing it's gonna be on DVD.

Here's the link to the website I found on wikipedia http://www.animemidstream.com/index.html

C.A. 2008-12-16 21:14

Woah, I'll just join the posts 11 months ago and say, it was one of my favourite super robots as well.

Raijin-oh was one of the not too old super robots that looked cool beyond its time.

popcornmonkey360 2009-05-30 13:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by pegasuseiya (Post 2111770)
I just heard from someone that Raijin-oh just got licensed. Found it in wikipedia the other day. But yeah, they're talking about a release in 2009. I'm guessing it's gonna be on DVD.

Here's the link to the website I found on wikipedia http://www.animemidstream.com/index.html


yeah i totally auditioned for it and it sounds really good so far but they wont let me say who they asked me to audition for im most likely going to be in the main cast


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