Tekkaman Blade II Blu-ray

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About Tekkaman Blade II Blu-ray

In Tekkaman Blade II ten years have passed since the original series - Teknoman to US fans - and a new generation of Tekkaman must confront a powerful enemy while rebuilding their forces.

Stage 1: The New Generation Yumi Francois, a young mechanic, is the unlikely candidate for the elite Tekkaman fighting team. Thrust into the midst of battle, she must overcome her fear and inexperience and gain her teammates' confidence and trust to survive.Stage 2: The Alien Intruder The Tekkaman team discovers a new enemy planning to destroy them. Faced with adversaries everywhere and conflict within the team, the Tekkamen must beat the overwhelming odds against them to win. Stage 3: Final Encounter Ultimate destruction is at hand! The past has caught up to the present - can the team come together in the face of the truth to avert utter disaster?


  • Publisher: EASTERN STAR
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Drama, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Mecha, Space
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Run Time: 180
  • Release Date: 9/27/2016
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.5
  • Region Code: A

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Footnote: Early voiceover work of Tara Strong!


Years before she became the best-known female voiceover artist for animation in North America, this was one of Tara Charendoff's (better known as Tara Strong now) first VA jobs.
Don't judge her by this show, guys. She got a lot better and the other series she did were better than this one!
This is the OVA follow-up to Tekkaman Blade, the TV series re-edited into the cult classic Teknoman which aired on early Sundays on UPN.
The earlier show is better and the title character from the previous series barely appears in this one. The main character is a young ingenue played by Tara Strong, a sort of Tekkaman: TNG. It's almost like Sailor Moon in space if you think about it!
It has a 1990s feel about and it's one of those things where you like it or hate it.
The OVA features decent quality animation but I felt the series was too shot and really didn't a proper ending...