Detonator Orgun


Detonator Orgun (デトネイター・オーガン) is a 1991 Japanese original video animation series by AIC and Artmic, directed by Masami Ōbari with character designs by Kia Asamiya, working under his real name Michitaka Kikuchi. The series started planning in 1989, but the animation process did not start until 1991. A month before the first episode’s release in Japan, a making of VHS tape with cast & crew interviews marked “episode 0” was released exclusively in Japan. Orgun later appeared in the Super Robot Wars W video game.

Fleeing from his own race, Orgun—an alien being with superhuman abilities and unearthly weapons—travels to Earth to find an answer to his origin. There, he bonds with a young man named Tomoru to defend Earth against the Evoluders, who seek nothing but destruction of other civilizations.

Ending Theme
#1: “Bandeira Ryokou Dan” by Susumu Hirasawa & The Tokyo Philharmoic Choir (ep 1)
#2: “Sanchou Harete” by Susumu Hirasawa & Makoto Togawa (ep 2)
#3: “Tamashii no Furu Ri” by Susumu Hirasawa (ep 3)
Detonator Orgun OST (320kbps + BK):  Vol. 1 / Vol. 2 / Vol. 3
Password for Senpai: [email protected]_MaGiC.anime-music




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