AM Driver

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AM Driver
AM Driver.jpg
North American DVD cover of AM Driver
Get Ride! アムドライバー
(Get Ride! Amu Doraibā)
Genre Mecha
Anime television series
Directed by Isao Torad
Written by Satoshi Namiki
Studio Studio Deen
Licensed by Canada United States Illumitoon Entertainment, Westlake Entertainment
Network TV Tokyo
Original run April 5, 2004March 28, 2005
Episodes 51
Manga
Written by Kikou Konishi
Published by Shogakukan
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine CoroCoro Comic
Original run June 2004February 2005
Volumes 1
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AM Driver, known in Japan as Get Ride! Amdriver (Get Ride! アムドライバー Get Ride! Amu Doraibā?), is an anime series created by Studio Deen. The series was created and directed by Isao Torada. The music was done by Kazunori Maruyama.

Plot[edit]

In a future world, the earth is besieged by "bugchines" or destructive mecha. To turn back this menace, warriors called AM Drivers are trained and armed with special weapons. These warriors are subjects of a kind of reality show.[original research?] The AM Drivers constantly fight to protect the general public but also must maintain some level of showmanship to increase their popularity. The most popular AM Drivers get larger budgets with which they may purchase more powerful weapons and defenses.

Characters[edit]

  • Jenus Dira
  • Ragna Laurairia
  • Mary Fastia
  • Scene Pierce
  • Rochetes Kiss
  • Kook "KK" Karland
  • Dark Kalhole
  • Taft Krema
  • June Frum: A Member of the Puff Unit and Julie's younger twin sister, having her ponytail to the left side of her head.
  • Julie Frum: A Member of the Puff Unit and June's older twin sister, having her ponytail to the right side of her head.
  • Paf Shining
  • Gan Jardie
  • Gangrid Diglahze
  • Ivan Nyrguise

Cast[edit]

Media[edit]

Anime[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Opening Theme:
    1. "Silent Moon" by HIRO☆TAKAMI
    2. "READY?" by Kousuke Kujirai
  • Ending Theme:
    1. "Straight From My Heart" by Northern Bright
    2. "Second Stage" by Nasuka

Manga[edit]

Video games[edit]

Get Ride! AM Driver: Senkou no Hero Tanjou

External links[edit]