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Ninja Robots Tobikage Blu-ray

4.5 star rating out of 5
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SKU: 875707023429

Retail Price: $79.95

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About Ninja Robots Tobikage Blu-ray

Ninja Robots Tobikage contains episodes 1-43 of the anime directed by Masami Anno.



I’m Joe Maya and this Blu-ray is all about my adventures with the Ninja Robots! What, expected normal box copy? Sorry, that’s just not how I do things, man! This is a show about robots that also happen to be ninjas, and, well, if that doesn’t seem cool to you you’re probably pretty boring. Some of the robots are orange and blue, one’s a dragon, and then there’s another one that’s the coolest one that’s also a big, gigantic ninja! That one’s mine, it’s the best one. I know, it’s a little confusing, but all you really need to know is the robots beat each other up and we say cool things while doing it.

Together with my dorky bro Mike, my blue-haired buddy Jenny, and the coolest dude Damien, we use the Ninja Robots to protect Romina, the alien princess, from the forces of evil or whatever. There’s Icelander, some jerk who’s got an inferiority complex because I’m so cool; Hazzard, this dumb military guy with a toadface; and then some emperor guy who looks like Mr. Clean but talks like Dracula... No idea what that’s about, honestly. There’s a bunch of other characters, too, but they don’t really matter. What does matter is this set contains all 43 action packed episodes of Ninja Warrior Tobikage - Japanese with subtitle style, of course - as well as the long-lost English dub, Ninja Robots. What are you waiting for? Let’s do this, like, now!

Special Features: Creditless Opening & Ending, Art Gallery


  • Publisher: DISCOTEK
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Science Fiction
  • Themes: Adventure, Mecha, Space
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 1032
  • Year Created: 1985
  • Release Date: 1/25/2022
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

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4 star rating out of 5

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If you need a great comedy, watch the dub of ninja robots. horrible dialogue, horrible acting, and horrible direction, the triple crown of "so bad, it's great" English dubs.

I also compare it to ghost stories because this show is below average at best outside of the horrendous yet funny dub (especially compared to other mecha from the time it was made, the 80s). the pacing is terrible (with sections that seem to drag on forever and then the show just stops), and there are quite a few dropped plot points and things that just go unexplained.

Overall, outside of the ninja motif, the show feels like it copies all of the popular mecha from the time. But not in a "best of all worlds" kinda way but more in an "I could be watching this other show instead" kinda way. But that dub is pure unintentional comedy gold and I cannot thank discotek media enough for trying to preserve it as much as they could.

5 star rating out of 5

I was a teenage Joe Mia


Ha! That’s awesome!

I played Joe and we had a hilarious time dubbing it. We were modifying the script as we went along (and don’t speak Japanese) so all there’s lots of cookoo stuff in there. We were all pretty goofy. I think we dubbed it in English for the Philippines, but can’t remember.

Anyhow, glad you got a laugh!