The J9 Series are a series of anime originally created by Kokusai Eigasha.
Plot[edit | edit source]
Galaxy Cyclone Braiger[edit | edit source]
In the year 2111, the solar system has been colonized. The colonized moons and planets are lawless and the police are helpless. In order to battle the evil within the solar system, Isaac Godonov creates J9, made up of himself, Blaster Kid, Stephen Bowie, and Angel Omachi. They are a team that will handle any missions the police will not with their robot Braiger... for a price. Meanwhile, the Nubia section of Earth has a plan to destroy Jupiter to create 30 more planets for human colonization. But this plan will result in the destruction of Earth.
Galactic Gale Baxinger[edit | edit source]
600 years after Ginga Senpuu Braiger, Jupiter has been destroyed, and many planets have come from it, bringing about more colonization. To combat the increasing lawless activity, Don Diego Condor gathers Billy the Shot, Samanosuke Dodi, Layla Minesato, and Shuteken Radcliffe, a.k.a. J9-II. They pilot Cosmo Bikes, which combine into the robot Baxinger.
Galactic Whirlwind Sasuraiger[edit | edit source]
It is 2911 and the solar system is made up of 50 planets. I.C Blues, a gambler, makes a bet with the boss of a criminal syndicate known as Bloody God that it is possible to navigate the whole solar system in one year. Helping out Blues is J9-III, made up of Rock, Beat, and Birdy. To clear any obstacles, they have the transforming train-robot Sasuraiger. But the Bloody Syndicate will do anything to ensure the Blues loses the bet.
Galactic Divine Wind Jinraiger[edit | edit source]
Planned 4th series, has yet to be released.
Based on the Chinese classic "Water Margin".
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Other Sources[edit | edit source]
- Galaxy Cyclone Braiger (TV) - Anime News Network
- Galactic Gale Baxinger (TV) - Anime News Network
- Galactic Whirlwind Sasuraiger - Anime News Network
- Mobile Suit Gundam Writer Yamamoto Helms Original Anime Project - Anime News Network
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