[kingmenu] Kamen no Ninja Akakage | Red Shadow 01 (1987) [384x288 hardsub]

2020-09-20 13:49 UTC
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> Episode 01: The Red Shadow and the Mountain Monkey, Kotaro [[myanimelist](https://myanimelist.net/anime/13769)] This is not mine and it's not new. It's [**kingmenu**'s 2015](https://kingmenu.wordpress.com/2015/01/04/kamen-no-ninja-akakage-anime-is-here/) release. [Or was it by [Shockwave2015](https://i.imgur.com/ydUMvQc.png)? edit: [link](http://jetemperor.blogspot.com/)] I saw that the [mediafire link](http://www.mediafire.com/watch/xncnl5dc58x0wn2/1987_True_Kamen_no_Ninja_Akakage_EPISODE_01.Official_Shockwave_2015.mkv) surprisingly still worked, so thought it best to put here for archiving before that inevitably goes down. And for visibility - I am personally very thankful for this and could have easily overlooked it. Unfortunately it's potato resolution, hardsubbed, not the best translation, and only 1 episode. But entirely watchable and enjoyable to me. Someone [uploaded it to youtube](https://youtu.be/s4wcHlSMDi0) [which is how I came across the release]. Here are [some screenshots](https://imgur.com/a/sLeSFoz). [![](https://i.imgur.com/IlRKNOQ.png)](https://imgur.com/a/sLeSFoz) The show looks so cool! Hopefully one day we get a proper release. I only found it because I was looking for the [1967 tokusatsu show](https://tokusatsu.fandom.com/wiki/Kamen_no_Ninja_Akakage) of the same name [[which is really well seeded](https://nyaa.si/view/940587)]. It too looks great and is also without subs I think.

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I found something cool from the wikipedia page for Akakage re: the tokusatsu show. > [Development](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akakage#Development) > This was Toei's first color tokusatsu superhero show and Japan's first color live-action ninja TV series.[1] Aokage's footage from the series was used to create several Watari films with the titles like *The Magic Sword of Watari* (not to be confused with the unrelated 1966 film *Watari, Ninja Boy*). Following the External links: > ["watari-akakage"](https://web.archive.org/web/20100325080803/http://cscentrl.com/watari-akakage). Archived from the original on 2010-03-25. Retrieved 2010-07-25. > It's popularity extended beyond Japan in the form of three English dubbed movies - basically edited & compiled episodes & footages of the TV series. They soon became known as the WATARI movies due to the rising popularity of Yoshinobu Kaneko who starred in his own ninja-adventure-vehicle entitled NINJA BOY WATARI. Unimaginatively & consequently, they were named WATARI: NINJASCOPE, WATARI THE CONQUEROR & WATARI & THE FANTASTICKS. [and all three films are on archive.org!](https://archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A%22Akakage%22) I'm a huge fan of Watari Ninja Boy, and through following the actor is how I learnt of Akakage. Cool to learn that I'm not the only one. No wonder I liked this anime so much given its lineage.