Set Price $44.95
Partial Price $10.00 / DVD
Number of DVDs 5 DVDs
Number of Episodes 25 Episodes
Completed Series Completed
Language Japanese
Subtitle -
Menu Function Japanese Interactive
Source Digitally Remastered

Original Run: April 14, 1973 to September 29, 1973

The age of civil wars in Japan has come to an end. There should be peace, but the forces of darkness never rest. A new group has arisen which seeks to conquer and inslave. After the older brother of Dan, Shishimaru is murdered by the evil group Mantle, Dan, Shishimaru steels a rocket pack which gives him the power to "Rocketto Lion Maru" into Fuun (Storm Cloud) Lion Maru (Although the same actor who played Shishimaru in Kaiketsu Lion Maru plays Dan, Shishimaru they are different characters). After cutting the monsters Fuun Lion Maru rests his sword on his arm, then raises the sword to make a slicing motion in the air. As he brings the sword back down to his shoulder the monster explodes. Once the monster is dead Fuun Lion Maru reverts back to Dan, Shishimaru. Dan, Shishimaru is more of a loner than the other Shishimaru. Although he has friends, he normally does not travel with them.


- Digitally Restored Visual and Audio (Digitally Remastered) DVD
- Interactive Menu Split Chapters (OP, PART A, PART B, ED, NEXT EPS)
- Special interview from various staff and guest
- Main characters and guest character detailed profile
- Full Last Episode of Kaiketsu Lion Maru with chapter break
- Detailed Episode Guide with check point
- Radio Drama Sound Only & Separate Battle Screen Access
- Mantle God in-depth detailed Profile
- Digital Fuun Lion Maru Photograph Gallery
- Digital Sound Effect Gallery
- Full screen Presentation, NTSC, Aspect Ratio 4 : 3
- Dolby Digital Stereo: Japanese Track
- All / Free / No Regional Coding

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