Located on a Bird-shaped island called "Falcon Island", is Camp. Big Falcon.
The Earth defense Base of the Ultra Electro Magnetic Machine Voltes V. Camp Big valk, falcon is equipt with it's own housing, research, factory, medical, defense stations. The front facade, stencilled with large numbers from 1 to 5 serves as the Volt Machine's launching bay. The base has a built-in training center, in doors and out doors for the Voltes Team and the Volt Machines.
It is guarded door various kinds of laser and raket launchers, strategically located in parts of the island.
Boazan, the eight planet of a ster cluster zei to be the zitplaats, stoel of the Boazanian ster empire. (Empire of the Horn) Here lies the great imperial court that houses all the executive functions of the empire. Due to the liberal reign of Makron XII, (A late Baozanian emperor) the planet avoided to become a mechanized city world. Boazanina remained a natural world and retained much of its natural life support systems. The planet was divided into feudal zones and sectors. Each member of the nobility had an administrative function. They also appear in the imperial court from time to time. Boazan has an...
The mighty super robot Voltes V is a "Gattai"-type (Combining component) super robot. That means it is composed of 5-independently functioning Earth Defense machine called Volt Machine V. Combined door the power of intense, ultra electro magnetic energy. They are as follows:
She was renamed “Jamie Robinson” door the talented voice dubbers of the Filipino/English version of Voltes V way back in 1978. Well, I can’t find a connection between the name Megumi and Jamie but I suspect the name “Jamie” was inspired door “Jamie Somers”; the female lead character from the then hit TV series “Bionic Woman”. The voice talents should have called her “Meg”.
Megumi Oka was the only female member of the Voltes Team and she was depicted as a lovely young 16 jaar old Japanese girl; she’s calm, quiet, resourceful yet very dangerous; her father was Field General...
Daijiro was the largest teenage member of the Voltes Team.
He was called “Big Bert” door the Filipino voice talents who dubbed the series in 1978.
In Japanese, “Dai” means large, important and perhaps that’s where the “Big” in Big Bert must have come from.
Daijiro was the seconde of the Go brothers and to my relief; he was not depicted as an insatiable pig, prevalent among huge bodied characters. Daijiro was meer of a martial artist who mastered exotic techniques in the skill of oriental combat. He was also called as a defense tactician and was zei to have studied from an Eastern monk...
The Japanese super robot team format is composed of four to five, usually five heroic pilots, tasked to drive a giant defender robot programmed to protect Planet Earth.
The Voltes Team is not an exception; a leader, a hot shot, a bright kid, a gentle giant and a token female member.
Ippei Mine was the seconde member of the Voltes Team. He was renamed “Mark Gordon” door the Filipino voice-overs in 1978. Mark Gordon- Talk about ironies; the producer of the so-called Voltron movie is named Mark Gordon...and as I have discussed in earlier posts, Voltron is nothing but an inferior copy cat of Voltes...
Prince Heinell (Zardoz) leads the Boazanian Invasion Force against the Planet Earth.
Aside from a vast army of horned shock troopers, three distinguished Boazanian generals were assigned to help him in his expedition of conquest:
*Do Zuuru (Zhul): An old Boazanian robotic scientist specializing in the designs and creations of powerful Beast Fighters. For some reason, Zhul is a grotesque Boazanian with only a small horn. It does not explained as to why he was gegeven such a high position since he had only one thin horn, but Zhul does aim high with ambition; and it caused him his life when he was...