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Daigunder

Japan



Original Air Date:
2002
Channel:
TV TOKYO
Prod. Co.:
NAS (Tsuchida)
Genre:
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Characters & Voices
Akira Akebono - Barbara Goodson
Heruka - Lara Jill Miller
Professor Hajime Akebono - Steven Blum
Commissioner Spinklestarber - Joey D'Auria
Ryugu - Joshua Seth
Daigu/Daigunder - Michael Sorich
Bullion/Daigullion - Bob Papenbrook
Eaglearrow - Richard Epcar
Drimog - Steve Kramer
Bonerex/Daigurex - Paul Schrier
Despector - Lex Lang
Trihorn - David Lodge
Ginzan - Tom Wyner
Rogamaru/Wolf Fang - Brad MacDonald
Tigamaru/Tiger Fang - Michael McConnohie
Track Announcer - Dave Mallow
 
Entitled "Bakuto Sengen Daigunder" ("Declaration of Violent Fight: Daigunder")

Set in the future where talking robots are common, there is a tournament where robot teams pit off against each other in. The Battle Robots look like humans and transforming animals.

A boy named Akira Akebono plans to win the Titan Belt with his robots Bullion, Eaglearrow, Drimog, Bonerex, Despector, Trihorn, Ryugu and also Daigu who form the mighty Daigunder. The Daigunder unit was a creation of Akira's grandfather, Professor Hajime Akebono. Managed by a girl named Haruka (later spelled "Heruka" in the closed captioning of the dub), Team Akira enters many tournaments for Akira to reach his goal. However, there are many occasions when a Battle Robot named Ginzan is out to destroy Daigunder. Ginzan does this under the orders of the evil and mysterious Professor Maelstrom and he is later joined by Tigamaru & Rogamaru. Akira and his friends soon find a new enemy in DragoBurst, and new comrades in his former assistants, DragoFlame & DragoFreezer.
 
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