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Chōdenji Machine Voltes V is a Japanese anime television series that was first aired on TV Asahi starting June 4, 1977. It was created by Saburo Yatsude and directed by Tadao Nagahama. Voltes V is the second part of the Robot Romance Trilogy of the Super Robot genre which includes Chōdenji Robo Combattler V and Tōshō Daimos. Like Combattler V, the series was animated by Sunrise and produced by Toei Company. The series was animated by Sunrise on Toei's behalf. This super robot along with the other two aforementioned super robots first appeared the USA as a part of Mattel's Shogun Warriors line of import toys, released in the late 1970s.

  1. Saburo Yatsude


Series Cast

  1. Hiroshi Masuoka as General Oka and Zuhl

    Hiroshi Masuoka

    General Oka, Zuhl

    80 Episodes

  2. Noriko Ohara as Katherine and Hiyoshi Gou

    Noriko Ohara

    Katherine, Hiyoshi Gou

    80 Episodes

  3. Tamio Ohki as Duke Zaki and Professor Sakunji

    Tamio Ohki

    Duke Zaki, Professor Sakunji

    80 Episodes

  4. Kazuyuki Sogabe as Ippei Mine

    Kazuyuki Sogabe

    Ippei Mine

    40 Episodes

  5. Seizō Katō as Professor Hamaguchi

    Seizō Katō

    Professor Hamaguchi

    40 Episodes

  6. Miyuki Ueda

    Megumi Oka

    40 Episodes

  7. Osamu Ichikawa as Prince Heinell

    Osamu Ichikawa

    Prince Heinell

    40 Episodes

  8. Tesshou Genda as Daijiro Gou

    Tesshou Genda

    Daijiro Gou

    40 Episodes

  9. Kenji Utsumi as General Do Bergan

    Kenji Utsumi

    General Do Bergan

    40 Episodes

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Season 1 - Chōdenji Machine Voltes V

Season 1

1977 | 40 Episodes

Voltes V narrates the heroic exploits of the young robot pilots known as The Voltes Team and their trials against alien invaders from the planet Boazan. Armed with the Super Electromagnetic Machine Voltes V, the five pilots drive back the invaders one Beast Fighter at a time. The series is different from typical super robot anime of the time in that it illustrates human sentimentality and common values, with underlying themes such as the love of family, equality, selfless sacrifice, team work, and patriotism. Voltes V is a work that has a heavy revolutionary undertone. The series ends with Voltes V's spectacular counterattack on planet Boazan to liberate the slaves from the oppression of a tyrannical ruler, Emperor Zu Zambojil. After Voltes V, Tadao Nagahama directed the TV anime version of Rose of Versailles, which leaves speculation that perhaps Voltes V was influenced by Nagahama's research on the French Revolution for his future project.[original research?] The theme of enslaved population rising up to overthrow an aristocracy lend support to theory. Voltes V's arsenal consists of variety of missiles, a bazooka, beams, and weapons such as Chōdenji Top (Similar to the Chōdenji Yo-Yo of Combattler V) and Tenkūken (天空剣 Sky Sword, "Laser Sword" in the English dub, "Excalibur" in the Italian dub). With Tenkūken, Voltes V marks the enemy's final moments with a signature "V" slash. This established it as one of the first super robots to use a sword in its finishing attack. Voltes V deviates from the robotic design of the Combattler V. Voltes V '​s plot has a more serious tone than the comedic storyline of Combattler V. Voltes V also follows a formula similar to that of Daimos.

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Chōdenji Machine Voltes V
Chōdenji Machine Voltes V


Original Name 超電磁マシーン ボルテスV

Status Ended


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Type Scripted

Original Language Japanese


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