The Brave Fighter of Legend Da-Garn

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The Brave Fighter of Legend Da-Garn
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Cover art from box 1 of the DVD release
伝説の勇者ダ・ガーン
(Densetsu no Yūsha Da Gān)
GenreAdventure, Mecha
Anime television series
Directed by Katsuyoshi Yatabe
Written byFuyunori Gobu (eps 1-28)
Yasushi Hirano (eps 29-46)
Music byYasunori Iwasaki
Studio Sunrise
Original network Nagoya TV
Original run February 8, 1992 January 23, 1993
Episodes46
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The Brave Fighter of Legend Da-Garn (伝説の勇者ダ・ガーン, Densetsu no Yūsha Da Gān, officially translated The Brave of Legend Da-Garn), sometimes simply Da Garn, is a Japanese animated television series that aired in 1992, created by Takara and Sunrise under the direction of Shinji Takamatsu, and is the third of the long running Yuusha or "Brave" series. The official Japanese title does not include the word "Fighter" in the title, despite the fact it appears on the Japanese DVD box art.

Contents

Story

Seiji Takasugi obtained a jewel called "Aurin" which is the earth's alter ego and it has elected him to be the commander of eight brave robots. The Brave robots are sleeping in many parts of the world as "Brave Stones". However, they become super robots by fusing with modern people and machines once Seiji awakens them and they soon follow his instructions. Their enemy is Lord OhBoss who is an invader who aims at stealing the planet's energy with the aid of his subordinates that Da-Garn and the other brave robots must stop in order to save the world.

Protagonists

Antagonists

Brave Fighters

Da-Garn Team

Sabers (セイバーズ, Seibaazu)

The group of Brave fighters that can fly. As Sky Saber, Jet Saber, Shuttle Saber and Jumbo Saber were killed by Seven Changer, but were revived by Hawk Saber. During the final battle, the Sabers went back to sleep as Brave Stones. Being fliers, the Sabers all have fighter jet pilot-like visors and speak in Air Force manners, referring Seiji as "Captain".

Landers (ランダーズ, Randaazu)

The group of Brave fighters that are on the ground. Like the Sabers, the Landers sacrificed their strength to Great Da Garn GX before going back to sleep. Being all land vehicles, the Landers speak with a cocky street gang-ish manner, referring Seiji as "Boss".

Other Brave Fighters

OhBoss Forces

Combat Troopers

Armored Beasts

Killer Dolls

Other

Preceded by
The Brave Fighter of Sun Fighbird
Brave series
1992-1993
Succeeded by
The Brave Express Might Gaine

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