Transformers: Victory (TV)

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Alternative title:
Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformers Victory
Tatakae! Chō Robot Seimeitai Transformers V (Japanese)
Tatakae! Chō Robot Seimeitai Transformers Victory (Japanese)
Transformers V
Трансформеры: Победа (Russian)
トランスフォーマー・ビクトリー (Japanese)
トランスフォーマーV (Japanese)
戦え! 超ロボット生命体 トランスフォーマーV (Japanese)
Themes: mecha, space, super robot, war
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Set in 2025 A.D., Transformers Victory introduces Star Saber, the mightiest Cybertron warrior and the greatest swordsman in the galaxy. The Destrons are continuing to invade planets throughout the universe, so the Cybertrons have joined with the humans to form the Space Defense Force, with Star Saber as its leader. Leading the Destrons is Deathzaras, who has targeted Earth as the next planet to plunder...
User Ratings: 28 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Excellent: 5 votes (sub:4, others:1
1 Russian edited dub
 Very good: 4 votes (sub:3, dub:1)
 Good: 8 votes (sub:7, dub:1)
 Decent: 1 vote (sub:1)
 So-so: 3 votes (sub:3)
 Not really good: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Weak: 3 votes (sub:3)
 Bad: 1 vote (dub:1)
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Seen in part or in whole by 100 users, rank: #3688 (of 6418)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.536 (Good−), std. dev.: 2.1627, rank: #3585 (of 6417)
Weighted mean: 6.426 (Decent+), rank: #3828 (of 6417) (seen all: 6.36 / seen some: 6.79)
Bayesian estimate: 6.756 (Good−), rank: #2794 (of 4884)
Running time: 23 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 32
Episode titles: We have 44
Vintage: 1989-03-14 to 1989-12-19
Opening Theme:
"Transformer Victory" by Koji Kaya
Ending Theme:
"Cybertron Banzai!" by Koorogi '73
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DVD (Region 1)
    Transformers: The Japanese Collection - The Complete Series (Sub.DVD) 2012-03-26 (from $149.95)
    Transformers: The Japanese Collection - Victory (Sub.DVD) 2012-08-28 (from $18.30)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Yoshikata Nitta
Animation Director: Noriaki Tetsura (ep 6)

Key Animation:
Atsushi Aono (ep 18)
Haruya Nakahira (ep 19)
Hiroto Kato (eps 17, 24)
Hitoshi Waragai (ep 20)
Junko Matsushita (ep 18)
Kazuo Hayashi (eps 19, 29)
Keiichi Satou (ep 21)
Masayoshi Nishida (ep 16)
Mitsumasa Kimura (eps 19, 29)
Noriaki Tetsura (6 episodes
eps 6, 14, 21, 27, 31, 35

Susumu Yamaguchi (7 episodes
eps 1, 7, 9, 15, 20, 22, 29

Takashi Hashimoto (8 episodes
eps 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 26, 28, 33

Takeshi Takeda (ep 16)
Toshie Kawamura (eps 6, 14)
Yoshiaki Tsubata (7 episodes
eps 1, 7, 9, 15, 20, 22, 29

Yoshihiro Kitano (eps 17, 24)
Yoshimi Imagawa (eps 17, 24)
Original Mechanical Design: Shoji Kawamori
Production manager:
Hiroshi Meguro
Koh Meguro
Theme Song Performance:
Columbia Yurikago-kai
Kōji Kaya (OP)
Koorogi '73 (ED)
Hideyuki Tanaka as Starsaber
Takeshi Aono as Deathzaras

Aya Hisakawa as Boarder (Seawatch)
Daisuke Gouri as
Dino King (Monstructor)
Gōryū (Icepick)
Hinako Kanamaru as Pipo (Fixit)
Hirohiko Kakegawa as
Braver (Lightspeed)
Yokuryū (Wildfly; eps 7, 36-37)
Hiroshi Takemura as Victory Leo (God Jinrai)
Hiroyuki Satou as
Drillhorn (7 episodes
eps 5, 10-16 even, 29, 35

Gairyū (Bristleback)
Houchu Ohtsuka as Guyhawk
Kazumi Tanaka as Killbison
Keiichi Nanba as
Lio Kaiser
Kouji Totani as
Blacker (Gripper)
Road Caesar
Kyouko Tonguu as Hori (Stakeout)
Masashi Hironaka as
Doryū (Scowl)
Masato Hirano as
Drillhorn (7 episodes
eps 8, 11, 15, 18-19, 33, 36

Kakuryū (Slog)
Michihiro Ikemizu as Great Shot
Miyako Endou as Jean Minakaze
Shingo Hiromori as
Galaxy Shuttle
Laster (Flame)
Shinobu Satouchi as Rairyū (Birdbrain)
Tomoko Maruo as Fire (Red Hot)
Yoku Shioya as Hellbat
Yoshikazu Hirano as Dashtacker (Dash)
Yumi Touma as Illumina

Aya Hisakawa as Joyce
Banjou Ginga as Clamp's father (ep 23)
Chie Satou as Sam (ep 6)
Daisuke Gouri as Gouryuu
Hikaru Midorikawa as Doryū (ep 31)
Hirohiko Kakegawa as
Bartender (ep 15)
Hiroshi Takemura as
God Jinrai
Yokuryū (ep 1)
Hiroyuki Satou as
Yokuryū (eps 21, 31, 35)
Kuniko Koguchi as Mrs. Minakaze (ep 3)
Masaharu Satou as
Frank (ep 6)
Mayor Burns (ep 12)
Masashi Hironaka as narrator
Masato Hirano as
Dr. Minakaze (ep 3)
Masaya Taki as Tom (ep 15)
Miyako Endou as Jan
Miyoko Aoba as Clipper
Noriko Uemura as Clamp (ep 31)
Osamu Saka as Riker
Reiko Yamada as Sister Mable (ep 3)
Ryouichi Tanaka as
Blue Bacchus (ep 17)
Mining Engineer (ep 6)
Shingo Hiromori as Gairyū (ep 31)
Shinobu Satouchi as
Jaruguar (ep 10)
Waver (ep 31)
Tomoko Maruo as
Tomomichi Nishimura as Deathcobra (ep 19)
Yoshikazu Hirano as Waver (ep 23)
Yuji Mikimoto as Blackshadow (ep 17)
Yuka Nagamine as Mother (ep 8)
Yukari Fujiwara as Cathy (ep 8)
Yukimasa Kishino as Drillhorn (ep 4)
Yumi Touma as Clamp (ep 23)
Japanese companies
Magic House
Take One
Finish Animation:
Studio G7
Studio Look
In-Between Animation:
Studio Dub
Studio G7
Studio Look
Key Animation:
Studio Dub (eps 20, 22, 29)
Studio G7 (eps 18, 25, 32)
Studio Look (5 episodes
eps 16, 23, 30, 34, 36

Music Production: Columbia Music Entertainment
Original Concept: Takara
Photography: Sangosho
Production: Toei Animation
English staff
English companies
Broadcaster: Star TV (Asia)
Madman Entertainment (Australia & New Zealand)
Metrodome Distribution Ltd (UK)
Shout! Factory (North America)
Dubbing: Omni Productions
Licensed by: Hasbro
English cast
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Broadcaster: Televisa Canal 5 (México)
Spanish cast
German staff
German companies
Broadcaster: RTL
German cast

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