Why was Voltes V banned?

Why was Voltes V banned?

It was reported that Voltes V will not be airing anymore due to its “excessive violence” and “harmful effects on children.”

Who killed Voltes V?

Zuhl (Zuul) The one-horned, aged, hunchback, toothless scientist, one of Prince Heinel’s original aides. His invention of the Anti-Super Electromagnetic Device nearly destroyed Voltes V.

Where can I watch Voltes V anime?

Watch Voltes V | Prime Video.

How old is Voltes V?

18 year old
The Voltes Team. The Leader of the Voltes Team. Born on June 22, he is an 18 year old marksman, a motocross champion, an ace pilot, and the eldest of the three Goh brothers.

What animes banned in Philippines?

The president of the Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos, stopped broadcasting an Anime called “Voltes V” because he thought it was way too violent for kids that they can get into an influence.

Why is Voltes V popular in Philippines?

Voltes V was a Super Robot series that turned out to be essential to both mecha anime as a whole and the country that loved it the most: the Philippines. The show made an impact on the Filipino youth of the ’70s amid political strife, and its enduring legacy has netted it a live-action remake.

Is there a love story in Voltes V?

Voltes V is the second installment in a robot trilogy. But of the three in the Robot Romance Trilogy, you probably remember Daimos as the most romantic, because it focused on the love story between its characters Richard and Erika.

Is Voltes V legacy a movie?

Voltes V Legacy is a live-action television adaptation by GMA Network of the Japanese anime television series Chōdenji Machine Voltes V that was produced by Toei Company and Sunrise.

Is Voltes V made in the Philippines?

The series is based on the Japanese anime television series Chōdenji Machine Voltes V by Toei Animation and Sunrise….

Voltes V: Legacy
Country of origin Philippines
Original language Tagalog
Production company GMA Entertainment Group

When was Daimos aired in Philippines?

It aired on TV Asahi from April 1, 1978 to January 27, 1979, consisting of 44 episodes….Tōshō Daimos.

闘将ダイモス (Tōshō Daimosu)
Licensed by Discotek Media Telesuccess Productions
Original network TV Asahi
Original run 1 April 1978 – 27 January 1979
Episodes 44