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Anime Midstream Announces Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh Title Change and Volume 2 Release

ST. LOUIS, MO – August 30, 2010 - Anime Midstream Inc. announced today that Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh will now be known as Matchless Raijin-Oh due to copyright updates with Sunrise. Matchless Raijin-Oh DVD Volume 2 will be available for release on September 13th. The second volume includes episodes 6 through 10 of the 51 episode series in both English Language and Japanese Language with English Subtitles along with DVD extras. The DVD will be available at Anime Midstream's website and other online stores.

The students of class 5-3 certainly haven't slowed down in spite of their new duties as the Earth Defense Class. Together, they continue to foil the malevolent Jaku Empire increasingly desperate attempts to subjugate the citizens of Earth. But they still have some growing up to do. Their coming of age means they'll be experiencing adventures in dating, performing in the school play and struggling for the karaoke stardom! But can they manage while dealing with Taida's new sake-binging habits, the noisy newcomer at a local construction site and a Jaku monster literally cast from a very different kind of mold?!

Matchless Raijin-Oh is a 51 episode Japanese anime television series, and the first series produced for the Eldoran franchise funded by Tomy and produced by Sunrise. It aired in Japan from April 3, 1991 to March 25, 1992. The story revolves around a group of elementary school children who are given command of a mecha named Raijin-Oh and their efforts to defend the Earth from the evil Jaku Empire.

About Anime Midstream, Inc.

Anime Midstream is a multimedia company located in Saint Louis, Missouri. Anime Midstream's vision is to bring a wide range of titles to the American audience, from more recent works that have just been released in Japan to titles that were produced in the late 1980s and 1990s that have greatly influenced the various series we see today. Please visit our website at http://www.animemidstream.com.

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