Dai-Shogun - Great Revolution / Fuun Ishin Dai Shogun


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Dai-Shogun - Great Revolution / Fuun Ishin Dai Shogun

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Watch on Crunchyroll

ANN Page

Genres: action, comedy, science fiction
Themes: ecchi, harem, historical, mecha
Objectionable content: Significant
Running time: 23 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 12
Vintage: 2014-04-09
Opening Theme: “Tamashii RISES” by Kyoco
Ending Theme: “UPON A STAR” by Saeko Zogo

Plot Summary: In the late Edo period, Japan had experienced an unprecedented crisis by Kurofune (Black Ships), the ships from foreign countries. But a giant robot called Onigami, which has existed since ancient time, dispelled the Kurofune ships and the exclusion of foreigners was accomplished. The story begins in Japan where Meiji restoration in 1868 didn’t happen.(from ANN)

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Anime Spotlight: Dai-Shogun - Great Revolution

Mar 24th 2014 / ANN


#2

come on Sentai, ya know u want.
it’s Godannar 2.0


#3

It was rather fun and it slots in with the other Sentai “crazy Japanese historical fiction” shows.

Animation got better past ep 1, raunchiness was way lower than hype suggested.

This is also notable for being one of the very few shows where the male friend of the harem king actually has a shot with one of the harem members. That’s borderline groundbreaking in anime :wink:


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[size=22]Watch Dai Shogun on TAN Online[/size]

[size=19]STARTS[/size]

[size=19]December 2nd @ 11:00 PM EST / December 2nd @ 8:00 PM PST[/size]


#5

Looks like TAN preempted the Sentai announcement.
So I guess we’ll be seeing one of those from Sentai really soon.


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#7

When it does show up, I’ll do my part (again) to prevent a sub-only release. FWIW.


#8

Since it’s a couple seasons old now and has been up on CR since it aired, I think the TAN stream numbers will have little effect on that outcome one way or the other.


#9

Did the animation studio improve the visuals for the home media release of this? If they did, and Sentai is streaming that version, then re-streaming them could be worthwhile just for that IMO.


#10

From what I remembered about this show (plot made me stop watching it after a while), the visuals appeared to be intentional. The studio also may not have had the money to put into proper animations as well. If that was the case, I wonder who the hell green lit the project in the first place?


#11

It’s already streaming on Hulu from TAN and it has the Sentai logo, so that assures it’s a Sentai license.

Now we just have to wait for the official announcement.


#12
[url=http://www.theanimenetwork.com/Anime/Dai-Shogun/Watch][/url] [b]All 12 Episodes (Sub) are now LIVE![/b]

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[size=16]Cat Sh*t One & Shana Directors Make Robot TV Anime Dai Shogun[/size]
posted on 2013-12-26 01:00 EST
J.C. Staff/A.C.G.T. anime set in secluded parallel-world Japan where Meiji Restoration never happened

[size=16]April Anime Fūun Ishin Dai Shogun Cast Announced[/size]
posted on 2014-03-05 21:55 EST
Character design for new action romance anime also released


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[size=16]Fūun Ishin Dai Shogun Robot Anime’s 1st Promo Streamed[/size]
posted on 2014-03-19 09:10 EDT
Takehito Koyasu, Yu Kobayashi, Yōko Hikasa also join cast for anime premiering April 9

[size=16]Crunchyroll to Stream Dai-Shogun – Great Revolution Anime[/size]
posted on 2014-04-09 12:56 EDT
Action romance series premieres today


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Press Release


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###Sentai Filmworks Adds Dai - Shogun - Great Revolution
posted on 2014-12-03 16:17 EST
Historical mecha series streamed on Crunchyroll in spring


#18

These episodes are now listed as FREE.


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[size=16]Starts Thursday, January 29, 2015, on TAN’s Video on Demand[/size]
Language: Japanese w/ English Subtitles
Rated: TV-MA

Check your provider schedule for availability.


#20

Sorry, guys, but I guess this one’s an acquired taste. I got barely a minute into the second ep before I hit the “STOP” button. I will not be following this series.


#21

This show is one that needs the “3 episode rule” applied to it as the first 2 episodes-especially the first episode-were barely up to motion comic levels of animation and were bogged down by the completely-irrelevant fat cop’s antics.

That said, the show is the campy fantasy giant robot show that it looks to be; it isn’t secretly the next Ergo Proxy lol.