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Denki Hero Roboman Chuu (Kanji: 電気ヒーローロボマンチュー) is an anime series rebooting the 1977 series created by Kyōgo Yamashita and aired on NHK in 1994.

Produced as a tribute to Yamashita, the franchise's popularity skyrocketed, spawning a boatload of merchandise, including a PC-98 video game.

SynopsisEdit

Mako Kanehata is a young girl from a very wealthy family, when sees threats from the mischievous Akumas, she calls in the powerful Roboman and they work together to save the day.

CastEdit

  • Kōichi Yamadera as Roboman, the titular hero of the series.
  • Tomiko Suzuki as Mako Kanehata, Roboman's best friend and loyal companion.
  • Masako Nozawa as Akumas, small creatures who live for mischief.
  • Reiko Mutō as Mako's mother.
  • Kōsei Tomita as Mako's father.
  • Kōhei Miyauchi as Professor Yamashita, a caricature of Roboman's original creator Kyōgo Yamashita, a scientist who knows more about Roboman than even Mako herself.
  • Ginzō Matsuo as Bearman, a close friend of Roboman.
  • Haruko Kitahama as Taniko Ichihara, the Kanehata family's housekeeper.

Theme SongsEdit

OpeningEdit

  1. "Denki Hero Roboman (電気ヒーローロボマン)" by Hironobu Kageyama
    Lyrics by Kyōgo Yamashita
    Composition by Isao Tomita
    Arrangement by Ryūichi Sakamoto

EndingEdit

  1. "Yie-Ar Robot (イーアールロボ)" by Jun Togawa
    Lyrics and Composition by Jun Togawa
    Arrangement by Susumu Hirasawa

TriviaEdit

  • Denki Hero Roboman Chuu was the last Studio XYZ anime in which Reiko Mutō has done voice work, as according to Yukinori Yamashita, "[the studio] felt like Mutō had already done enough voice acting for us in her life, so [the studio] just had her move on to other projects after recording for [Roboman Chuu] was finished."

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