Phoenix-bot Phoenix King

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Phoenix King
Phoenix-bot Phoenix King (movie poster).jpg
Hangul
Hanja 로보트 피닉스킹
Revised Romanization Bulsajo roboteu Pinikseu-King
McCune–Reischauer Pulsajo rŏbŏt‘ŭ p‘iniksŭ-k‘ing
Directed by Jeong Su-yong
Produced by Choe Deok-su
An Bong-sik
Written by Lim Woong-sun
Music by Jeong Min-seob
Cinematography Kim Jong-seok
Edited by Ree Kyoung-ja
Release date(s)
  • January 20, 1984 (1984-01-20)
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Phoenix King (불사조 로보트 피닉스킹 Bulsajo roboteu Pinikseu-King) is a South Korean animated feature film. It was later dubbed into English and released in America and Europe as Defenders of Space and parts of its footage was used to create Space Thunder Kids. The small image of the movie poster depicts a toy version of Phoenix King that was released.

Phoenix King is identical to a Diaclone toy No.10 Fire Engine, that later became Inferno of the Transformers. This is the earliest animated version of said toy.

Criticism[edit]

The series is dubbed to be the "Most Ripped Off Animated Series" due to copying every Super Robot Series in Japan, especially Mazinger Z, Ippatsuman, Space Cruiser Yamato, Mobile Suit Gundam and many of Leiji Matsumoto's work. China's Astro Plan later is said to rip off far more numerous series.

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