Heavy Metal L-Gaim (OAV)

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Alternative title:
Juusenki L-Gaim (Japanese)
重戦機エルガイム (Japanese)
Themes: mecha
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: OAV 1 includes an omake where Gablae devises a plan to get Daba. OAV 2's omake involves the female cast as wrestlers, with the male cast as announcers. OAV 3 concerns Leccee and the crew of the Turner while they are on Gastrogal. Leccee's grandfather Sayi has lost a lot of respect among the Group of 13 by her defecting to the rebels, and Bogedo Bulido wants to gain honor with Poseidal by capturing her.
Running time: one hour per episode
Number of episodes: 3
Vintage: 1986-11-05
Release dates: We have 4
Comment:
The first two volumes are a retelling of the TV series, while Heavy Metal L-Gaim III: Full Metal Soldier (重戦機エルガイムIII フルメタル ソルジャー) is a new story arc that fits in late in the series storyline.
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Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Chief Director: Yoshiyuki Tomino
Character Design: Mamoru Nagano
Backgrounds: Atelier BWCA (ep 3)
Finish Animation: Star Pro (ep 3)
In-Between Animation:
Star Pro (ep 3)
Studio Dub (ep 3)
Tiger Productions (ep 3)
Key Animation: Studio Dub (ep 3)
Music Production: Starchild Records
Photography:
Hadashi Production (ep 3)
Tenpyo Film (ep 3)
Trans Arts Co. (ep 3)
Production: Sunrise
Titles: Maki Production (ep 3)
Japanese cast
Hirokazu Hiramatsu as Daba Myroad

Chieko Honda as Amu Fannelia
Houchu Ohtsuka as Mirauu Kyao
Maria Kawamura as
Gaw Ha Lecee
Lillis Faw
Sho Hayami as Gavlet Gablae
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