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Brave Raideen (勇者ライディーン - Yûsha Raidîn) or Yuusha Raideen. The Japanese TV show aired from April 4, 1975 to March 26, 1976, and ran for 50 episodes. Produced by Sunrise, Brave Raideen told the story of Akira Hibiki, who pilots the giant robot to fight against the Devil Empire. Akira would ride his “Supercar” motorcycle off of a cliff and yell “fade in!” as he entered the dormant Raideen.

Yoshiyuki Tomino, the creator of Mobile Suit Gundam, directed the first 26 episodes of the show. He quit and was replaced with Tadao Nagahama, who also directed Combattler V and Voltes V. The mechanical design of Raideen was done by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko and Suzuki Yoshitake. Originally, Raideen was intended to be green, but Mr. Yasuhiko changed his mind about this. The show was also the first to incorporate mystical or supernatural elements into the super robot genre.


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Raideen 2001
Raideen 2000
Raydeen 1977
Raideen Kite 1975
Raideen 1975
Raideen 2007
Raideen 1982
Reideen 2010
Raideen SD 1986
Raideen Joint Model (Clear) 1997
Raideen 1976
Rydoto 1978
Shogun Warriors Jigsaw Puzzles 1977
Raideen 2002
Raideen Karuta 1978
Raideen 2014
Raideen 1999
Raideen 1981
Raideen Suspenders
Chocolate Badge Raideen 1975
Sky Shoot Raideen 1975
Raideen Canteen 1976
Raideen Water Bottle 1976
Raideen Big Attack Set 1976
Raideen 1976
Raideen Mini Kit
3 Raideen 1991
CGA-07 Raideen 2002
CGA-07B Raideen 2002
CW-08 Sparcar 2004
ES-11 Reideen 2013
GA-09 Raideen 1975
GA-09 Raideen (Super Metal Black) 1978
GT-06 Raideen 2003
GT-06B Black Raideen 2004
GX-41 Raideen 2008
GX-41B Black Reideen 2009
GX-41S Raideen 2008
No. 143 Raideen 1975
PA-57 Bluegar 1975
Set 05 Raideen 1998
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