Everyone else is making one of these posts so we might as well.
We’re probably moving everything to Anidex so naturally this means any torrent links on older posts won’t work anymore. I’ll probably update this post at some point with a link to the new torrents, but for now just keep calm.
If you really need Dynaman right now it’s available in this MEGA folder.
Happy Easter! We’re sorry this took so long, but we hope it was worth the wait.
About the movie (Not included in this batch): The Dynaman movie was edited down and released later on episode 32. The movie is about 6 minutes longer and is letterboxed, while the TV version is the original 4:3 aspect ratio. We plan on releasing the movie later on, but for now you’ll have to make do with episode 32.
And here’s an explosive pack of Dyna-mite to go with that Gavan. This pack has it all: Ninjas, Dinosaurs, Sombreros, Cowboys, Sweet potatoes, Porcupines, the lovely scenic Kyushu, and more! Enjoy it!
And now for the continuing adventures of those wacky Dyna Kids!
As mentioned last time this marks the beginning of Dynaman’s time slot change from 6:00-6:30 PM on Saturday to 6:00-6:25 PM. All this means is there’s more time for action and explosions, and less time for talking.
Here it is! 1983’s explosive entry in the Super Sentai series, Dynaman! This show is non stop action and explosions. And it’s awesome! I think you guys are going to have a lot of fun watching this one. If you like over the top action, ton’s of pyrotechnics, and a fun cast then Dynaman is definitely for you.
Episodes 1-9 presented here are the 25 minute episodes. Starting with episode 10 the Sentai series would be reduced by five minutes. Originally airing 6:00-6:30 PM on Saturday, the timeslot was shortened to 6:00-6:25 PM on Saturday. Naturally this reduced the total runtime for each episode to 20 minutes. Fortunately the most this amounts to so far is more explosions, and action.
Unfortunately we do have to point out that on April 12, 2016 Ohira Toru, the narrator of Dynaman, pass away at the age of 86. Besides Dynaman, Ohira narrated every Sentai show starting from episode 14 of Goranger-Dynaman. He’d later return to the franchise to narrate Zyuranger, and to voice Emperor Baccshund in Ohranger. Outside of Sentai he was most famous as the dub voice for Darth Vader, as well as the narrator for Spiderman, and the Metal Hero series Shaider, Juspion, Spielban, Jiraiya, and Jiban. Ohira is really in top form in Dyna and he’s a real joy to listen to. He will be missed.
EDIT: I was asked about what type of train Dr. Yumeno’s “Sweet Potato Train” is. I’ll admit I spent a bit of time trying to identify it for curiosity’s sake, but I couldn’t come up with a good answer. After the bump is a rather lengthy, and pointless, writeup on what I could figure out.