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Choudenshi Bioman: The Movie
A movie for Choudenshi Bioman
Release date July 14, 1984
Written by Hirohisa Soda
Directed by Nagafumi Hori
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A movie version of Choudenshi Bioman premiered at the Toei Manga Matsuri film festival on July 14, 1984.

Synopsis

Bioman must rescue two boys who possess an ancient treasure map that leads to Biobase, making them targeted by Gear.

Plot

A young boy is running for his life as Doctorman's evil monster forces are after him for a strange reason. The Biomen see this and jump in to save the boy's life. They find out this boy promised to meet his friend at a certain spot and when his friend wasn't there at the appointed time, the boy went looking for him. As it turns out, the boy has half of a map to a hidden place and his friend has the other half. The map actually leads to the Bioman's secret base! Doctorman already knows this as he's captured the boy's friend! Doctorman will go to any lengths to find out the hideout of the Biomen and is sending out all of his forces to take the map by any means necessary! Can the Biomen stop Doctorman and allow the two friends to find their secret base?

Characters

Biomen

Main article: Biomen
color role
Red1 Shirou Gou
Green2 Shingo Takasugi
Blue3 Ryuuta Nanbara
Yellow4 Jun Yabuki
Pink5 Hikaru Katsuragi

Allies

Neo Empire Gear

Notes

  • While this film most likely can take place anytime between episode 11 and 30 with no conflict (11 being the first appearance of second Yellow4 Jun Yabuki, 30 the last of the original Mecha-Gigan), it most likely occurs around episodes 24 and 25 when it was originally released. Likewise, it most likely occurred around the point after Jun's hairstyle notably changes from episode 19.
  • In the Philippines, this was released as Bioman, Shaider, Maskman: The Movie and was a triple feature along with Hikari Sentai Maskman Movie (dubbed in Tagalog) and Uchuu Keiji Shaider (dubbed in English).
  • At 45 minutes, this is the longest of Super Sentai's summer movies.

DVD/Blu-ray releases

Super Sentai The Movie Vol 2

DVD cover

References

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