Space Sheriff Gavan 23-44 Blu-Ray [END]




Because we used Sushi to re-time these scripts some of the signs might be off. We’re fairly certain we fixed all of them but if you notice any signs that are a few frames off let us know! We’ll have a batch up later on after we make sure everything is perfect.


Space Sheriff Gavan Blu-Ray 1-22

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Didn’t we just finish this show? Well now there’s blu-rays! And boy do they look good! So good in fact that we just had to sub them. It’s amazing how good this show looks now.It’s a pure visual treat!

This release is all of Box 1 and what we have so far. The rest of the series will be out when we get the rest of the raws (Which have been generously provided by BunnyHat. Big thanks!)

Subs wise there’s no difference between this and our old release.

Big shoutout to Ignis for helping me setup Python and Sushi. Without you we’d never have released these. Thanks!

(And no, this didn’t take any time away from Sharivan or Dynaman. Those are coming very soon.)

Space Sheriff Gavan 34-44 [END]



Happy Halloween! We hope you enjoy this extra large treat. With this final release Gavan is now completely subbed! It’s been a real blast working on this show, and we hope you enjoyed the ride.

But just because Gavan is over doesn’t mean Retsu’s story is done. Retsu’s story continues on, and so do we. We’ll see you again for the next entry in the Space Sheriff trilogy!


EDIT: One thing to note is that Voicer is played by the amazing Sonny Chiba. Sonny Chiba and Kenji Ohba would later star together in 2003’s Kill Bill Vol 1. With Chiba playing Hattori Hanzo, and Ohba as his assistant.

Status Update

Hey, sorry it’s been such a long time. Sometimes I just forget that you guys can’t see behind the scenes. So while we’ve been making tons of progress, you guys have no indication of that besides the random pictures I tweet. So I feel like it’s only fair for me to update everyone on what’s going on.

Gavan: We’re almost done! So done, in fact, that we feel it’s time to unveil out next show. If you don’t want to be spoiled then don’t look below! For the rest of you we think you’ll be quite happy with our choice, even if it’s predictable.

Dynaman: Over half way done! I’ve got a bit of work to do on my end (I might’ve put a bit more time into Gavan since it’s so close to being done.) but there’s a good bunch ready to go out soon.

Zubat: Yeah it’s been years and I still haven’t done that batch with new raws. Basically I went back and had a George Lucas moment and realized it all looked terrible! So now I’m slowly going back and changing some fonts, line breaks, title cards. basic stuff but it’ll help to make it all look more up to our current standard.

Gavan BluRays: So these are a thing that got announced. If they get ripped then I see no reason why not to do them. Should just be a simple copy paste job anyways. These don’t come out until 2017, but I figured someone will ask.


If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment!


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Gavan 29-33

Look who’s talking.

Here’s a double stuffed pack of Gavan for your viewing pleasure! And what a great set of episodes it is.

In Ep 29 the great Hikita Tenko the Second guest stars as… herself! Hikita Tenko aka Princess Tenko is the stage name of Mariko Itakura, a famous Japanese magician and illusionist. She inherited the title of Hikita Tenko from the first Tenko who unfortunately died of heart disease at the age of 45. In 1994 she debuted at the Radio City Music Hall and achieved worldwide fame. She was so famous that she even had an animated show on US television in 1995 titled Tenko and the Guardian of the Magic. The magical girl-esque show was produced by Saban and ran for 13 episodes. Tenko herself would make an appearance at the end of the episodes to show off a magic trick. Tenko would also go on to appear in another Metal Hero series in episode 24 of Metalder.

If you want to see some of her tricks check this out. It’s pretty crazy.

Ep 31: What’s better than Hikita Tenko? How about Hiroshi Miyauchi? Every other guest star is only second best. Enough said.