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Guyver: TV Series

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A TV series that aired from August 6, 2005 to February 23, 2006 on WOWOW, which covers the first 10 volumes of the manga, totalling 26 episodes.



Enclosed in parenthesis are the voice actors of the character, J denoting the Japanese voice actor and E denoting English voice actor.

  • Fukamachi Sho (J:Nojima Kenji E:Chris Patton)
  • Segawa Tetsuro (J:Takeuchi Kosuke E:Lowell Bartholomee)
  • Segawa Mizuki (J:Mizuki Nana E:Luci Christian)
  • Makishima Agito (J:Konishi Katsuyuki E:Brian Jepson)
  • Taga Natsuki (J:Adachi Tomo E:Kira Vincent-Davis)
  • Richard Guyot (J:Arimoto Kinryu E:Bill Wise)
  • Murakami Masaki (J:Madomo Mitsuaki E:Andrew Love)
  • Fukamachi Fumio (J:Miyata Hironori E:John Swasey)
  • Makishima Genzou (J:Ogata Kenichi E:Brando Austin)
  • Oswald Lisker (J:Ishizuka Unsho E:Jason Douglas)
  • Aptom (J:Inada Tetsu E:Robert Kraft)
  • Hayami Toshiaki (J:Onishi Takeharu E:Illich Guardiola)
  • Hamilcar Barcas (J:Kamei Saburo E:Charles Campbell)
  • Archanfel (J:Matsumoto Yasunori E:Gray Haddock)
  • Shin Rubeo Amniculus (J:Matsumoto Dai E:John Gremillion)
  • Freidrich Von Purgstall (J:Tsuchida Hiroshi E:Brian Jepson)
  • Luggnagg de Kurumegnik (J:Aso Tomohisa E:Romulus Venicito)
  • Jabir Ibn Hayyan (J:Yoshinori Sonobe E:John Gremillion)
  • Gaster (J:Yoshinori Sonobe E:Josh Grelle)
  • Li Yentsui, Derzerb, Enzyme II (J:Shinomiya Go E:Rhelik Shadowbriar)
  • Zerbebuth (J:Miyake Kenta E:Jim McClellan)
  • Elegan (J:Tochika Koichi E:Mark X. Laskowski)
  • Zx-tole (J:Shimura Tomoyuki E:Adam Dudley)
  • Test Type (J:Hirano Yoshitaka E:John Swasey)
  • Kawada (E:Aamir Hydrai)
  • Kobashi (E:Blake Shepard)
  • Mizusawa (E:Mariela Ortiz)
  • Dyme (J:Sakai Keiko E:Wendel Calvert)


Japanese Staff

  • Chief Supervisor - Creator: Yoshiki Takaya
  • Director: Akiyama Katsuhiko
  • Series Composition: Takegami Junki
  • Scenario: Takegami Junki, Kobayashi Yasuko, Takahashi Natsuko, Hosono Yuuki, Ueda Kouji, Sugihara Yuki
  • Character Design: Umakoshi Yoshihiko -> Matsuhara Tokuhiro
  • Chief Animation Director: Ikeda Yuuji, Sawada Masato
  • Music: Matsuo Hayato
  • Studio Production: Jenko
  • Animation Studio: OLM TEAM WASAKI
  • Studio: [Bioboost Armor Guyver] Production Committe (Kadokawa Egia, Nippon Herald Eiga, WOWOW, Sojitz)
  • Guest Character Design: Ikeda Yuuji
  • Creature Creation: Sawada Masato
  • Visual Director: Shimata Akio
  • Visual Supervisor: Kobayashi Shichirou
  • Guest Mecha Visuals creator: Teraoka Kenji
  • Scenery: Kobayashi Production
  • Photography: OLM Digital 2D
  • Sound Effects Director: Watanabe Jun
  • Soung Effects Studio: HALF H.P STUDIO
  • Music Producer: Saitoh Kouji
  • Music Studio: Imagine
  • Director of Photography: Mizutani Takaya
  • Planning: Kuroi Kazuo, Utagawa Shouji, Kitaura Nobuyuki, Matsue Masatoshi
  • CG Producer: Kobayashi Masashi
  • Producer: Sasaki Tomoko, Katagiri Daisuke
  • Assistant Producer: Izumi Asakazu
  • Studio Producer: Yawazaki Nobuyuki, Morishiri Kazuaki

English Staff

  • ADR Director: Charles Campbell
  • Translation: Brendan Frayne
  • ADR Script: Clint Bickham
  • DVD Graphics: Larry Koteff
  • Editing: Eddie Shannon Jr., Neil O'Sullivan, Patrick Givens, Roberto Garcia
  • Executive Producers: Joey Goubeaud, John Ledford, Mark Williams
  • International Coordination: Toru Iwakami
  • Mix: Matt Wittmeyer
  • Packaging Design: Larry Koteff
  • Post-Production Manager: Shelly Thomas
  • Producer: Scott McClennen
  • Production Assistant: Maki Nagano, Monica Jimenez, Paul Mericle
  • Production manager: Joey Goubeaud
  • Recording engineer: Adam Jones, Afshar Kharat, Bobby Gordon
  • Senior Translator: Javier Lopez
  • Sound Design: Matt Wittmeyer
  • Translation Proofer: Kaoru Bertrand
  • ADR Recording: ADV Studios
  • Distributor: Madman Entertainment Pty. Ltd
  • DVD Production: ADV Studios
  • Licensed by: Funimation Entertainment

Synopsis of the guyver TV series by episode.

It is helpful to have read the Manga or our manga synopses before you read this synopsis. This episode guide is constructed to show the difference between manga and TV series with a short synopsis for each episode. Images thanks to HyperGuyver, UGG and AcidGlow. Summary taken from Wikipedia.

Episode 1

Air date:
The Amazing Biobooster Armor
Script: Takegami Junki
Storyboard: Ochi Hiroyuki
Director: Ochi Hiroyuki
Animation director: Matsusaka Sadotoshi
Genesis of the guyver.

The episode has a prologue attached to it that shows Mizuki recounting events from some point after x-day. The truck driver is replaced by a scene with 2 cops discovering malmot unconscious at the wheel of his car. Malmot is given a little more sympathy. he has a family picture in this version. Tetsuro is the first to pick up the guyver unit. Sho tells him to put it down and activates it when he takes it off Testuro.

Follows Chapter 1 of the Manga.

Episode 2

Air date:
Secret Organization Cronos
Script: Takegami Junki
Storyboard: Suto Norihiko
Director: Izumi Akihiro
Animation director: Matsuoka Hideaki
Cronos finds out that Tetsuro may know where the Guyver is, so they send two of their Zoanoids in disguise as police detectives and question Tetsuro. Sho follows them but is caught. Sho activates the Guyver unit and faces the two Zoanoids. Another Zoanoid named Vamore appears and faces Sho with two large lasers mounted on his shoulders, but is thwarted by the Guyver's own mega-smasher. Meanwhile, Cronos Inspector Lisker obtains the final Guyver unit and merges with it. Sho is confronted by 2 Ramotith before Vamore take him on. First bio-boost and discovery of the megasmasher.
Follows chapter 2 of the manga.

Episode 3

Air date:
Inspector Lisker
Script: Kobayashi Yasuko
Storyboard: Wada Takaaki
Director: Saitoh Tokuaki
Animation director: Honda Ryu,
Fukuda Noriyuki, Wada Takaaki
The introduction of the zoanoid Synevite.

Cronos, now knowing that Sho has the Guyver unit they are looking for, sends a troop of Zoanoids to intercept Sho. Sho becomes the Guyver and takes care of the Zoanoids but a new Zoanoid, Synevite, gives Sho a difficult time to defeat him but gains access to a new weapon, the Guyver's high-frequency blades. With this, he defeats Synevite. After the battle, Lisker, as Guyver II, faces Sho to take back the Guyver unit.

Follows small portion of Novel and Chapter 3

Episode 4

Air date:
Visitor of the Dusk
Script: Ueda Kouji
Storyboard: Koumura Akira
Director: Koumura Akira
Animation director: Takase Ito
Lisker and Sho face off. Lisker has the upper hand and states that because he is the better fighter, Sho has no chance. However, the damaged control metal on the Guyver II unit malfunctions from damage, allowing Sho and Tetsuro to escape. Commander Richard Guyot shows up and assumes the position of the Head of Cronos Japan. He introduces Hyper-Zoanoid Zerbubuth, While at school, Sho and Tetsuro encounter Zoanoids and Zerbubuth, forcing Sho to face the threat, but with much difficulty.

The most notable thing about this, is that NEITHER RISKER OR ZERBEBUTH are killed.

Follows chapter 3 (vaguely) and 4

Episode 5

Air date:
The Third Shadow
Script: Hosono Yuuji
Storyboard: Inokawa Shintaro
Director: Inokawa Shintaro
Animation director: Matsuzaka Satodoshi
Genzo Makashima, ex-head of Cronos Japan and Agito Makashima's foster father, is punished by being processed as a Zoanoid. Sho and Tetsuro find out that the incident at their school was treated as a terrorist attack, a cover-up by Chronos. While at a cafe during after-school hours, the two are faced by a zoanoid in disguised named Noskov. Sho leaves the cafe and faces Noskov, who is accompanied by another Zoanoid, Myumelzee. After a failed attempt, Noskov retreats but is faced by Guyver III!
Follows the Novel

Episode 6

Air date:
The End of a Deadly Battle
Script: Takahashi Natsuko
Storyboard: Yatagai Kenichi
Director: Sasaki Katsutoshi
Animation director: Kim Sang Yeob
Guyot introduces the Hyper-Zoanoid called ENZYME, his key to retrieving the Guyver unit. He then reveals his plan to capture Guyver I to Agito. Meanwhile, Sho and Tetsuro are talking about how the monster kidnapped Mizuki and how they made up some stories so she wouldn't become involved. They return to Mt. Narasawa to see if they can learn anything about the Guyver, but are faced by Genzo Makashima. Makashima then transforms into ENZYME and attacks Sho.
Follows chapter 5 of the Manga.

Episode 7

Air date:
Miracle Of Supreme Cell
Script: Takegami Junki
Storyboard: Kobayashi Ichizou
Director: Nishiyama Akihiko
Animation director: Minami Shinichirou
Guyver I is killed by Enzyme and Tetsuro is taken captive by Cronos. Guyot explains to Tetsuro in detail about Cronos' plan to dominate the world through the events of X-Day. Meanwhile, as scientists study the Guyver I control metal, Guyver III appears and deals with the scientists and watches Guyver I "regenerate." A regenerated Guyver I causes chaos in the Cronos building, killing everyone and everything in its path.

Zerbebuth dies in this episode, killed by guyver 2.

Follows the beginning of chapter 6

Episode 8

Air date:
The Shaking Skyscrapper
Script: Kobayashi Yasuko
Storyboard: Fukuzawa Kouji
Director: Aoyagi Hironota
Animation director: Honda Ryu, Fukuda Noriyuki
Guyver I, while in Self-Defense Mode, continues to cause chaos in Cronos. Tetsuro encounters Guyver I and awakens Sho, disabling the "SDM" of Guyver I. Meanwhile, Guyver III, being close to achieving his goal in destroying Cronos Japan, encounters Guyver II and the two battle. Meanwhile, Sho and Tetsuro encounter Guyot, who explains to them about the creators of mankind. Guyver II intervenes and faces Sho one last time.

The death of guyver 2.

Follows the end of chapter 6.

Episode 9

Air date:
Ashes And Chasing Memories
Script: Ueda Kouji
Storyboard: Izumi Akihiro
Director: Izumi Akihoro
Animation director: Tezuka Yuuto, Shinoda Shou
After the fall of Cronos Japan, Sho has doubts about being himself, as he thinks that he maybe a clone made by Guyver I. Agito, while at home, encounters Guyot, who was thought to be dead. The next day, Tetsuro and Sho encounter a new Hyper-Zoanoid, Panadyne. Sho fights with Panadyne at the cost of his home. Sho is overwhelmed by the new Zoanoid but is aided by a man named Masaki Murakami. After the battle, Mizuki finds out Sho's secret.

Once more, the Bio-booster clone is omitted

Follows chapter 8 of the manga.

Episode 10

Air date:
Prelude Of The Chase
Script: Hosono Yuuji
Storyboard: Koumura Akira
Director: Sasaki Shinya
Animation director: Takase Ito
At Agito's home, Guyot reveals new plans to capture Guyver I. Agito then excuses himself and leaves, but comes back as Guyver III and faces Guyot. Meanwhile, Sho and Tetsuro find Mizuki and realize that Sho's secret is exposed. Then, his father is kidnapped by Cronos, forcing Sho to find him. Cronos then abducts Mizuki and Tetsuro as well. While on the chase, Sho encounters the Lost Numbers unit. Sho has a difficult time defeating them but is aided by Masaki Murakami.
Follows chapter 9 to 12 in one fell swoop

Episode 11

Air date:
Relic's Point
Script: Takahashi Natsuko
Storyboard: Yatagai Kenichi
Director: Saitoh Tokuaki
Animation director: Matsuzaka Satodoshi
After being helped by Murakami from the fight against the Lost Numbers unit, Sho goes to Mt. Minakami, another Cronos base, with Murakami to rescue his father and the Segawa siblings. Meanwhile, the hostages are taken to Mt. Minakami and are imprisoned until Agito, who reveals himself as Guyver III, frees them. However as they make their escape they encounter the Hyper-Zoanoid Team 5, along with Dr. Balcus and Guyot, who now know Agito's true identity.
Follows chapter 13 and 14 of the manga.

Episode 12

Air date:
Respective Decisions
Script: Kobayashi Yasuko
Storyboard: Yano Hiroyuki
Director: Sasaki Shouri
Animation director: Kim Sang Yeob
As the Elite Hyper-Zoanoid Five interfere with Guyver III and company's escape, Guyver I comes in to aid them. They are able to escape but one of the Hyper-Zoanoid team members, ZX-Tole, manages to abduct Sho's father. Another Hyper-Zoanoid team member, Elegen, deactivates Sho's armor. The group is forced to retreat to Agito's hideout. There, they meet Agito's childhood friend, Shizu. Later, Guyver I sneaks out to save his father but encounters Guyver III. Together, they embark to Mt. Minakami.
Follows chapter 15 to 17 of the manga.

Episode 13

Air date:
The Tragic Enzyme II
Script: Ueda Kouji
Storyboard: Ochi Hiroyuki
Director: Aoyagi Hironota
Animation director: Kudaka Shirou, Fukuda Noriyuki, Ochi Hiroyuki
Sho and Agito make their way to Mt. Minakami with little interference. They are able to save Sho's father and escape. The Hyper-Zoanoid members ZX-Tole, Elegen, and Thancrus stop Guyver III from meeting up with Sho and his father. Meanwhile, Dr. Balcus gives a command, transforming Sho's father into a new Hyper-Zoanoid, ENZYME II. Enzyme II catches Sho (as Guyver I) off-guard and kills Sho. However, Guyver I reactivates itself in Self-Defense Mode...
Follows chapter 18 to 20 of the manga.

Episode 14

Air date:
Escape In The Rain
Script: Takegami Junki
Storyboard: Kobayashi Ichizou
Director: Nishiyama Akihiko
Animation director: Minami Shinichirou
Sho is found unconscious and his group must leave the hideout because it has been discovered by Cronos. Tetsuro explains the events that happened from when they Guyver allowed Sho's brain to regenerate to the present situation the group is in now. As the group make an escape, three ENZYME II Zoanoids get in their way. Guyver III attempts to fight against them but is overpowered. Guyver I also attempts to fight but his armor deactivates. Murakami is the only one left to fight. Murakami then reveals his past.
Follows chapter 21 to 25 of the manga.

Episode 15

Air date:
Guyot Strikes
Script: Takahashi Natsuko
Storyboard: Itoh Masaho
Director: Itoh Masaho
Animation director: Takahashi Naruyuki
Murakami continues to explain to the rest of the group about mankind's past. The Creators, or "Advents", created and experimented with new life, especially man, to make bio-weapons. Murakami then explains about the Zoalords and the Guyver's origin and purpose. A shocked Mizuki runs away and Sho chases after her. Sho catches up to Mizuki and comforts her. Meanwhile, Guyot manages to find the rest of the group and attacks them.
Follows chapter 26 to 28 of the manga.

Episode 16

Air date:
The Awaken Guyver I
Script: Hosono Yuuji
Storyboard: Yanagisawa Tetsuya
Director: Izumi Akihiro
Animation director: Tezuka Yuuto, Shinodo Shou
After hearing an explosion from where their friends are, Sho and Mizuki run back to find a large hole that looked like it was from a blast. Among the rubble was Guyot himself. Zoanoids are now sent out to find any remaining survivors. Mizuki and Sho go into hiding in a cave, where Sho questions why he cannot turn into the Guyver. Aptom, disguised as Guyver III, explains to Sho why he is in that condition and what happened in the past Enzyme 2 incident with his father. A traumatized Sho must gather the courage to protect Mizuki and himself.
Follows chapter 29 to 32 of the manga.

Episode 17

Air date:
The Nightmare Encircling Net
Script: Sugihara Yuki
Storyboard: Inokawa Shintaro
Director: Saitoh Tokuaki, Inokawa Shintaro
Animation director: Matsusaka Sadotoshi
After a harsh battle against Aptom, Sho returns to a worried Mizuki, who happens to lecture him about her worrying about him, but is happy that he returned to her. Aptom, trying to recover from the past battle, encounters the Elite Hyper-Zoanoid Five and absorbs Elegan. Sho and Mizuki run off to a town which houses a horde of Zoanoids. Sho tries not to kill any of them because they were all innocent people. They then encounter Guyver III, who wipes the Zoanoids out.
Follows chapter 33 and 34 of the manga.

Episode 18

Air date:
Script: Ueda Kouji
Storyboard: Wada Takaaki
Director: Nigorikawa Ryo
Animation director: Kim Sang Yeob
Sho, Mizuki, and Agito make their way back to Mt. Minakami where their friends are. They head towards the underground lab of a group of ex-Chronos scientists who are planning a mutiny. As the company rejoices in their reunion, Tetsuro explains how they escaped from Guyot's attack. Murakami is healing himself through the "relic" (an Advent ship) and an unknowing Guyot. The relic begins to vibrate as Murakami heals himself.
Follows chapter 35 to 37 of the manga.

Episode 19

Air date:
The Night Before The Strike
Script: Kobayashi Yasuko
Storyboard: Shimura Jouji
Director: Iijima Masakatsu
Animation director: Sato Kazumi
After their reunion, Mizuki starts to think that she maybe a burden to the group. The twelve Zoaloards meet and talk about Richard Guyot. Archanfel goes to deal with the problem. Murakami then is fully recovered, but explains that he only has one transformation left before he meets his fate. Mizuki starts to worry about Sho's fate. The group discuss plans on reviving the "relic". Archanfel faces Guyot about the "Remover". Sho and Agito prepare to enter the "relic".
Follows chapter 38 to 40 of the manga.

Episode 20

Air date:
The Advents' Ship
Script: Takahashi Natsuko
Storyboard: Sasaki Shinya
Director: Sasaki Shinya
Animation director: Takase Ito
Chief Odagiri, one of the ex-Cronos scientists, explains how Cronos obtained the Guyver units. Sho and Agito make their way into the relic and find where the units were stored. Sho connects to the relic, where he learns more about the Advents and the very first Guyver (Guyver 0). He also learns that he can control the relic through his own will. Archanfel still questions Guyot about the "remover" but Guyot denies him and runs away.
Follows chapter 41 to 43 of the manga.

Episode 21

Air date:
Chaos at Relics Point
Script: Hosono Yuuji
Storyboard: Saitoh Tokuaki
Director: Saitoh Tokuaki
Animation director: Honda Ryu, Fukuda Noriyuki
Guyot is still on the run, with Archanfel following closely. While this is happening, Aptom is able to absorb Gaster and Darzerb, having the power of three Hyper-Zoanoids. ZX-Tole faces Aptom and is able to absorb part of ZX-Tole's body as he was escaping, completing his absorption of the Hyper-Zoanoid Team 5. Guyot is now facing off against Archanfel, using what powers he has. Archanfel is able to deflect his attacks but Guyot has one last trick up his sleeve.

Differences.. Gaster is suffering when he comes to derzerb and Zx-tole. He falls over and derzerb goes to him with pity. Aptom version 3 actually does some fighting.

Follows chapter 44 to 46 of the manga.

Episode 22

Air date:
Countdown of Destruction
Script: Hosono Yuuji
Storyboard: Takahashi Naohito
Director: Ogiwara Ruko
Animation director: Minami Shinichirou
The rest of the twelve Zoalords appear on top of Mt. Minakami. Guyot is using his Black Hole attack against Archanfel and is able to get him sucked in. Balcus helps Guyot seal the rift so Archanfel can't escape. With no one to stop him, Guyot obtains the remover and uses it on Agito, almost removing the Guyver unit from him. Murakami then faces Guyot, but Chief Odagiri attempts to save Murakami which gets him killed, enraging Murakami. Guyot and Murakami begin to clash with one another and begin their battle.

Murakami fights Gyuot for longer in this version.

Follows chapter 47 to 50 of the manga.

Episode 23

Air date:
Beam of Annihilation
Script: Ueda Kouji
Storyboard: Miyao Yoshikazu
Director: Aoyagi Hironota
Animation director: Matsusaka Sadotoshi
Murakami and Zoalord Guyot go at it. It seems that Murakami was able to inflict a deal of damage on Guyot, but wasn't enough to finish him. Guyot grabs a now powerless Murakami, beating him and then tearing his arm out, killing him. Sho leaves the relic to face Guyot, but is interrupted by the Zoalord council. Archanfel returns and deals with Guyot personally. Both Guyver I and Guyver III attempt to fight against Archanfel with their mega-smashers, but proves no match against Archanfel's power.

Sho attacks gyuot in this! he actually nearly blows him away with his megasmasher!

Follows chapter 51 and 52 of the manga.

Episode 24

Air date:
At the Town Under Oppression
Script: Kobayashi Yasuko
Storyboard: Aoyagi Hironota
Director: Matsuura Jouhei
Animation director: Kim Sang Yeob
Some time has past since the Mt. Minakami incident. X-day has already taken place, leaving Cronos the rulers of the world. A year after the events of X-day, life seems normal other than the fact that Zoanoids are among the population. Tetsuro Segawa, Mizuki Segawa, Yohei Onuma, and Shizu Onuma are in hiding in an apartment, unknowing that Aptom is watching over them. They begin to doubt Sho is still alive. Balcus is working on a particular Zoanoid to defeat Aptom.
Glosses over chapter 53 in just under 2 minutes. X-day is reduced to an event of insignificance. Expands mostly on chapter 54. Adds a LOT of drama. Effectively shows the first half of chapter 55, skipping out guyver 3 thus making for an episode completely devoid of any action.

Episode 25

Air date:
The Quickening Chrysalis
Script: Takahashi Natsuko
Storyboard: Shimura Jouji
Director: Inokawa Shintaro
Animation director: Honda Ryu, Fukuda Noriyuki, Matsuzaka Sadotoshi
Cronos scientists are seen with a large cocoon-shaped object in their lab but are soon interupted by Guyver III! He is leading a group called the Zeus Thunderbolt against the Cronos corporation. Guyver III recollects his memories of the aftermath of the battle against Archanfel, which led to their apparent deaths. Sho sacrificed himself and manages to save everyone. In the present, a recovered and renewed ZX-Tole attacks Aptom and the two face off. Aptom's attack are useless against Neo ZX-Tole.
Follows chapter 56 to 58 of the manga.

Episode 26

Air date:
Advent!! Gigantic Bio-Boost
Script: Takegami Junki
Storyboard: Akiyama Katsuhito
Director: Saitoh Tokuaki
Animation director: Ikeda Yuuji, Sawada Masahito
Tetsuro and company notice Aptom's fight with Neo ZX-Tole and that Aptom is defending them. Guyver III arrives along with a large cocoon. He explains that Sho is inside the cocoon. Guyver III then faces Neo ZX-Tole, but is powerless against him. The fight goes badly until the cocoon opens up. A gigantic figure emerges from inside. The figure faces and annihilates Neo ZX-tole with ease. After the battle, the figure splits open to reveal Guyver I (Sho), whom deactivates his armor and collapses into Mizuki's arms, welcoming Sho back home.

they have added in a power punch from gigantic guyver to give the fight a little more substance.

Follows chapter 59 of the manga.

Theme Songs

  • Opening Theme: Waiting For - Reiri
  • Ending Theme: Cotton Candy - Bonnie Pink

Guyver Side Fukamachi ShoSegawa TetsuroSegawa MizukiTaga NatsukiMurakami MasakiOdagiri YoshioHayami ToshiakiAptomAsou KeisukeTokiwadaira Tamotsu
Cronos Side CronosHyper Zoanoid Team 512 Holy Commander (Archanfel - Barcas - Shin - Guyot - Imakarum - Purgstall - Yentsui - Khan - Kurumegnik - Waferdanos - Carleon - Jabir - Galenos) • Zx-toleZerbebuthBranchai BrothersOswald A LiskerMakishima Genzou
Zeus Thunderbolt Zeus' ThunderboltMakishima AgitoOnuma ShizuAlfred Hekkering
Others ApollonValkyriaAdventsYamamura ShinichirouFukamachi FumioJuukadan
Technologies GuyverGiganticZoaformsZoanoid List (Alpha - Specialty) • Hyper zoanoidLost NumberZoacrystalZoalordLibertusUnit RemoverRelic ShipAnti-rebellion Virus
Locations Chronos JapanCloud GateRelics PointArizona HeadquartersSilhaArk
Media Manga1986 movie • OVA (Part 1 - Part 2) • NovelTV seriesMutronicsDark HeroMusicMerchandise