Dynamite In The Brain – Episode 24 – How Many Attacks Do You Need Dude?


And now for one of those episodes where I make Anthony watch something against his will. In this case it’s the first episodes of a whole load of early 70s Dynamic Productions TV shows. We’re talking Devilman, Mazinger Z, Dororon Enma-kun, Cutie Honey and much, much more. Haunted houses, de-uglification, crushed mice, seedy faces, keyrings, indomitable stupidity, acoustic guitars, banana skins and a dead dog hanging from a tree, it’s all here in another exciting episode of Dynamite In The Brain.

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  1. There’s also Majokko Tickle which is unsubbed.

    70s Nagai shows were more Toei productions. The comics by Go Nagai were usually made at the same time as the tv series so none of them are based on his comics but his concepts instead. Dynamic Productions is merely a licensing company that sells concepts to anime studios. Concerning Koutetsushin Jeeg, it’s not actually a sequel but a pseudo-sequel as the events in it actually contradict the original series.

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