Armored Fleet Dairugger XV

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Armored Fleet Dairugger XV
Box art from the Bandai Dairugger XV model kit
(Kikō Kantai Dairagā Fifutīn)
Anime television series
Directed byKozo Morishita
Produced byMasahisa Saeki
Written byKeisuke Fujikawa
Shigemitsu Taguchi
Music bySeiji Yokoyama
StudioToei Animation
Daiwon Animation
Licensed by
Original networkTV Tokyo
Original run 3 March 1982 23 February 1983
Episodes52 (List of episodes)
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Armored Fleet Dairugger XV (機甲艦隊ダイラガーXV (フィフティーン), Kikō Kantai Dairagā Fifutīn, "XV" read "Fifteen") is a mecha anime series aired in Japan from 1982 to 1983. It is also referred to as Dairugger 15, Dairugger XV, Armored Armada Dairugger XV, Armored Squadron Dairugger XV, or Machine Platoon Dairugger.

In the United States, it was heavily edited to become part of the Voltron series.[1] The Dairugger footage was the primary source for the "Vehicle Voltron" episodes, though various footage was also inserted into the more commonly known "Lion Voltron" episodes (themselves adapted from another, unrelated Japanese series, Beast King GoLion).


The Rugger Team is an exploration, planetary survey, and defensive force. Planet Earth is in a time of prosperity. The president of the Galaxy Garrison launches a mission to explore the galaxy and build a complete map of the stars. Soon after commencing the mission, the Rugger Team and their starship, the Rugger Guard, are attacked by the Galveston Empire. Dairugger, the super robot, must defend the Rugger Guard and its fleet as they attempt to continue their mission. When Galveston repeatedly refuses to accept peaceful coexistence, their mission turns to finding the Galveston homeworld, liberating its people from their despotic Emperor, and helping them find a new planet before their world collapses.[1][2]


Dairugger pilots[edit]

The Rugger Team is made of three smaller teams of five members each: "Aki Team" (Air), "Keats Team" (Sea), and "Walter Team" (Land), after each team's leader. Each of the 15 parts is referred to as a "Rugger" and can combine into larger machines as separate teams called Kurugger (Air), Kairugger (Sea), and Rickrugger (Land), as well as together to form the super-robot Dairugger. The 15 separate Rugger units as well as the name come from the sport of rugby, since 15 players are required to form a rugby union team.[3]

Aki Team[edit]

Aki Team (安芸チーム, Aki Chīmu) is the air division of the Dairugger team. Their vehicles combine to form the Kurugger (クウラガー, Kuuragā).

Manabu Aki (安芸マナブ, Aki Manabu)
Voiced by: Toshio Furukawa
Leader of the Aki Team and main pilot of Dairugger XV. Aki pilots Rugger #1, which forms Dairugger's head.
Shinobu Kai (甲斐シノブ, Kai Shinobu)
Voiced by: Ryōma Yamamoto
Pilot of Rugger #2, which forms Dairugger's upper torso.
Shota Kreutz (ショーター・クロイツ, Shōtā Kuroitsu)
Voiced by: Kōzō Shioya
Pilot of Rugger #3, which forms Dairugger's right shoulder and bicep. Shota is from the planet Sala (サラ星, Sara-sei).
Yasuo Mutsu (陸奥ヤスオ, Mutsu Yasuo)
Voiced by: Satomi Majima
Pilot of Rugger #4, which forms Dairugger's left shoulder and bicep.
Patty Ellington (パティ・エリントン, Pati Erinton)
Voiced by: Keiko Han
Female pilot of Rugger #5, which forms Daiugger's chest.

Keats Team[edit]

Keats Team (キーツチーム, Kītsu Chīmu) is the sea division of the Dairugger team. Their vehicles combine to form the Kairugger (カイラガー, Kairagā).

Miranda Keats (ミランダ・キーツ, Miranda Kītsu)
Voiced by: Hideyuki Hori
Leader of the Keats Team and pilot of Rugger #6, which forms Dairugger's mid-torso. Keats is from the planet Mira (ミラ星, Mira-sei).
Haruka Kaga (加賀ハルカ, Kaga Haruka)
Voiced by: Harumi Iizuka
Female pilot of Rugger #7, which forms Dairugger's right thigh.
Saruta Katz (サルタ・カッツ, Saruta Kattsu) (Rugger #8
Left Thigh)
Voiced by: Masaharu Satō
Pilot of Rugger #8, which forms Dairugger's left thigh. Like Shota, Saruta is from the planet Sala
Tatsuo Izumo (出雲タツオ, Izumo Tatsuo)
Voiced by: Shō Hayami
Pilot of Rugger #9, which forms Dairugger's right shin.
Barros Karateya (バーロス・カラテヤ, Bārosu Karateya)
Pilot of Rugger #10, which forms Dairugger's left shin.

Walter Team[edit]

Walter Team (ワルターチーム, Warutā Chīmu) is the land division of the Dairugger team. Their vehicles combine to form the Rickrugger (リックラガー, Rikkuragā).

Walter Jack (ワルター・ジャック, Warutā Jakku)
Voiced by: Katsuji Mori
Leader of the Walter Team and pilot of Rugger #11, which forms Dairugger's waist.
Moya Kirigas (モーヤ・キリガッス, Mōya Kirigassu)
Voiced by: Nana Yamaguchi
Female pilot of Rugger #12, which forms Dairugger's right forearm. Like Keats, Moya is from the planet Mira.
Mack Chukker (マック・チャッカー, Makku Chakkā)
Voiced by: Banjō Ginga
Pilot of Rugger #13, which forms Dairugger's left forearm.
Tasuku Izu (伊豆タスク, Izu Tasuku)
Voiced by: Shingo Hiromori
Pilot of Rugger #14, which forms Dairugger's right foot.
Kazuto Nagato (長門カズト, Nagato Kazuto)
Voiced by: Hiroshi Ōtake
Pilot of Rugger #15, which forms Dairugger's left foot.

Galaxy Garrison[edit]

Galaxy Garrison (銀河警備軍, Ginga Keibi-gun) is a planetary union of Earth, Sala, and Mira.

Shinji Ise (伊勢シンジ, Ise Shinji)
Voiced by: Hideyuki Tanaka
Second-in-command of the Rugger Guard (ラガーガード, Ragā Gādo). He is the first member of Galaxy Garrison to establish diplomatic negotiations with the Galveston Empire through Captain Drake. By episode 17, Ise becomes the captain of the Rugger Guard after Dick Asimov is reassigned to Earth.
Dick Asimov (ティック・アシモフ, Dikku Ashimofu)
Voiced by: Kōji Yada
Captain of the Rugger Guard. In episode 17, Asimov is relieved of his duties as captain to become Supreme Commander Dewa's adviser on Earth.
Supreme Commander Dewa (出羽総司令, Dewa Sō Shirei)
Voiced by: Hiroshi Ōtake
Commander of the Galaxy Garrison's space fortress. In episode 22, Dewa sends a fleet led by Commander Date to rendezvous with the Rugger Guard on Planet K and prepare for an all-out war with the Galveston Empire.
Doctor Search (ドクター・サーチ, Dokutā Sāchi)
Voiced by: Kōji Totani
The Rugger Guard's doctor.
Commander Date (伊達司令, Date Shirei)
Voiced by:
Dewa's second-in-command. Date leads a fleet as part of the Galaxy Garrison's war with the Galveston Empire.
Commander Hagi (萩司令, Hagi Shirei)
Voiced by:
High Commander Wakasa (若狭長官, Wakasa Chōkan)
Voiced by: Masaharu Satō
Director of Galaxy Garrison.

Galveston Empire[edit]

The Galveston Empire (ガルベストン帝国, Garubesuton Teikoku) is an advanced alien civilization in search for planets to colonize, as their home planet is rapidly dying from depletion of its natural resources. Aside from a massive fleet of spaceships, the empire is equipped with mechanized Battle Machines (バトルマシン, Batoru Mashin). The Galveston Empire is named after Galveston Island, a barrier island in Texas with a history of piracy.

Commander Socrat Teles (ソクラット・テレス司令, Sokratto Teresu Shirei)
Voiced by: Kōji Totani
Commander of the Galveston Empire's Frontline Command. While the Galveston Empire starts the war with the Rugger Guard, Teles believes that both factions should explore the galaxy together. In episode 22, he is relieved of his duty Commander Luciano and sent back to planet Galveston to become Garrison Commander. Upon his return to the planet, Teles is reassigned to the Galveston exploration fleet. Teles is named after Teles of Megara, a Cynic philosopher from Ancient Greece.
Captain Drake (ドレイク隊長, Doreiku Taichō)
Voiced by: Ryōma Yamamoto
A Galveston captain loyal to Teles. In episode 15, Drake establishes diplomatic communication with Ise. When Teles is relieved of his duty as Frontline Commander, Drake is torn between following the Galveston Higher Command's orders and fulfilling Teles' wish of coexistence between Earth and Galveston. In episode 23, Drake's fleet attacks the Commander Date' fleet, but he is killed after his entire fleet is wiped out in the battle. Drake is named after Francis Drake, an English privateer who carried out the second circumnavigation of Earth in a single expedition.
Roche (ロッシェ, Rosshe)
Voiced by: Masaharu Satō
Drake's second-in-command. He is killed alongside Drake in episode 22 while battling Date's fleet. Roche is named after Roche Braziliano, a Dutch pirate who operated in Brazil and Jamaica during the mid-17th century.
Captain Lafitte (ラフィット隊長, Rafitto Taichō)
Voiced by: Ikuya Sawaki
A Galveston captain who only believes in the superiority of his race. In episode 16, Lafitte participates in the mutiny led by Captain Barataria, but he surrenders after Barataria takes his own life. Despite Lafitte's treason, Teles is ordered by the Supreme Command to release him and reinstate him as the commander of the Galveston Expeditionary Fleet. Lafitte abuses his position by interfering with other captains' involvement with the Rugger Guard and destroying the Galaxy Garrison's base on Planet K. In episode 22, his fleet conquers Planet K after forcing the Rugger Guard to retreat in a lengthy space naval battle. The Rugger Team launches a counterattack in episode 23, forcing Lafitte to withdraw from the planet. In episode 27, Lafitte's fleet attacks the Galaxy Garrison's Space Fortress, but is killed when the Space Fortress launches a fierce counterattack after destroying the fleet's Battle Machine. Lafitte is named after Jean Lafitte, a French pirate who operated in the Gulf of Mexico during the early 19th century.
Captain Barataria (バラタリア隊長, Barataria Taichō)
Voiced by: Masaharu Satō
A Galveston captain who disagrees with Teles' handling of the conflict with the Rugger Guard. In episode 16, Barataria and Lafitte stage a mutiny against Teles, which ends in failure. Rather than surrender to Teles, Barataria shoots himself in the head while Lafitte and the surviving mutineers are arrested. Barataria is named after Barataria Bay, a bay in Louisiana known for being Jean Lafitte's base during the early 19th century.
Captain Marius (マリエス隊長, Mariesu Taichō)
Voiced by:
A Galveston captain loyal to Teles. In episode 18, Marius leads his fleet in a joint planetary expedition with the Rugger Guard, but he is forced by Lafitte to break the alliance and destroy the planet's forstry to make room for a Galveston base. Marius is named after Simon Marius, the German astronomer who discovered the four major moons of Jupiter before Galileo Galilei.
General Caponero (カポネーロ総司令, Kaponēro Sō Shirei)
Voiced by: Banjō Ginga
General commander of the Galveston Empire. Caponero is named after the American gangster Al Capone.
Commander Luciano (ルチアーノ司令, Ruchiāno Shirei)
Voiced by: Masaharu Satō
Second-in-command of the Galveston Empire's Frontline Command. In episode 22, he replaces Teles as Frontline Commander with the intent of wiping out Earth from the galaxy. Luciano is named after Italian-American mobster Lucky Luciano.
Socrat Tes (ソクラット・テス, Sokuratto Tesu)
Voiced by: Eiji Kanie
Teles' father and Internal Secretary of the Galveston Empire. The Galveston supreme command holds Tes responsible for the ongoing riots in the country and dismisses him of his position upon Teles' return. Socrat Tes is named after the Greek philosopher Socrates.
Emperor Corsair (コルセール帝, Korusēru Tei)
Voiced by: Kazuhiko Kishino
Emperor of the Galveston Empire.
Science Secretary Gomez (ゴメス科学長官, Gomesu Kagaku Chōkan)
Voiced by:
Sirk (サーク, Sāku)
Voiced by: Satomi Majima
A female member of the Galveston Royal Guard who is assigned as Teles' adjutant upon his return to the planet Galveston.
Ruckal (ラッカル, Rakkaru)
Voiced by: Banjō Ginga
A Galveston commander who attacks the Rugger Guard during a planetary exploration in episode 3. He is killed when the planet explodes from his fleet's missile bombardment. The Rugger Guard crew posthumously names the planet Achilles (アキレウス, Akireus).
Loran (ロラン, Roran)
Voiced by: Banjō Ginga
Gramon (グラモン, Guramon)
Voiced by: Banjō Ginga
Sim (シム, Shimu)
Voiced by: Kaneto Shiozawa
A Galveston infantry pilot. In episode 11, he is involved in a mid-air collision during training and crash lands near the vicinity of the Rugger Guard. Ise does not take Sim as a prisoner of war, but welcomes him as a guest of the ship. Izumo initially shows hostility towards Sim, but they shortly become friends. Once the Rugger Guard crew repairs Sim's ship, he bids them farewell and heads back to the Galveston fleet, only to be shot down and killed by Lafitte.
Charch (チャーチ, Chāchi)
Voiced by:
A Galveston commander who traps the Rugger Guard into a trap on a planet with inadequate oxygen in episode 26. His plan backfires when the affected Walter Team members regain consciousness and Dairugger is formed to fight his fleet's Battle Machine. When his fleet is wiped out, he attempts a Kamikaze run on the Rugger Guard, but his flagship is destroyed by Dairugger.
Sheela (シーラ, Shīra)
Voiced by:
A Galveston commander who holds the male population of the planet Eldora captive in his underground base in episode 28. When Dairugger appears on the planet, the Eldorans stage an uprising and kill Sheela.
Emma (エンマ, Enma)
Voiced by: Hiromi Tsuru
Samus (サムス, Samusu)
Voiced by: Hiroshi Ōtake


Zuno (ズノ)
Voiced by:
Queen of the planet Eldora (エルドラ, Erudora-sei) in episode 27. The female Eldorans are extremely distrustful of outsiders and initially mistake the Dairugger Team as members of the Galveston Empire, which have taken the planet's male population hostage. Aki attempts to open diplomatic relations with Zuno, hoping to form an alliance with the Eldorans. Commander Dorn, however, tricks Zuno into thinking the Dairugger Team is one of theirs, resulting in the Eldorans fighting the Dairugger Team while Dorn launches a Battle Machine to kill Zuno. When Dairugger and the Rugger Guard wipe out Dorn's fleet, a critically injured Zuno realizes Earth's true intent and reveals the location of Galveston's Frontline Base to Aki before she dies.
Denon (デノン)
Voiced by: Satomi Majima
Morikawa (森川)
Voiced by: Kōzō Shioya
Satō (佐藤)
Voiced by:

Dairugger specifications[edit]

Dairugger is made of 15 vehicle parts, and is 60 meters tall.

  • Weapons
    • Dairugger Sword
    • Dairugger Cutters or Spin Cutters or Spin Kilders (formed from the helicopter rotors of ruggers #3 and #4)
    • Electromagnetic Whip
    • Electromagnetic Beam or Miracle Beam
    • Laser Beams
    • Laser Spear or Dairugger Lancer
    • Electromagnetic Cross
    • Shot Arrow
    • Wing Beam
    • Dairugger Kick
    • Dairugger Typhoon (Spin Cutters on Dairuggers' shoulders spin to create a violent wind, first appears in the episode Eldoras Plea)


The series' opening theme is "Ginga no Seishun" (銀河の青春, "Galactic Youths") and the ending theme is "Ai wo Tsutaeru Tabi" (愛をつたえる旅, "A Journey to Give Love"); both songs are performed by Koichi Kawazu.

# Episode Name Original air date
01"Galactic Clash"
March 3, 1982 (1982-03-03)
02"The Isolated Regiment"
October 1982, 3 (3-10-1982)
03"Farewell, Achilles"
May 1982, 3 (3-17-1982)
04"# Rescue Mission To Hell"
December 1982, 3 (3-24-1982)
05"Battle for the Experiment Planet"
July 1982, 3 (3-31-1982)
06"Fall to the Meteor Shower"
July 1982, 4 (4-07-1982)
07"Annihilation of the Reinforcement Fleet"
February 1982, 4 (4-14-1982)
08"Specters of the Binary System"
September 1982, 4 (4-21-1982)
09"The Glorious Suicide Corps"
April 1982, 4 (4-28-1982)
10"Sneak Attack on the Space Fortress"
May 1982, 5 (5-05-1982)
11"A Momentary Truce"
December 1982, 5 (5-12-1982)
12"Legend of the Space Forest"
July 1982, 5 (5-19-1982)
13"The Enemy Within the Mind"
February 1982, 5 (5-26-1982)
14"The Earth Fleet's Counterattack"
February 1982, 6 (6-02-1982)
15"Breakdown of the Space Talks"
September 1982, 6 (6-09-1982)
16"The Two Rebellions"
April 1982, 6 (6-16-1982)
17"Orders For Asimov's Return"
November 1982, 6 (6-23-1982)
18"A Touch and Go Situation"
June 1982, 6 (6-30-1982)
19"Red Moon Rising"
July 1982, 7 (7-07-1982)
20"Desperate Struggle for Planet K"
February 1982, 7 (7-14-1982)
21"Arise Galaxy Garrison"
September 1982, 7 (7-21-1982)
22"Ex-Commander Teles"
April 1982, 7 (7-28-1982)
23"The Mission to Recapture Planet K"
April 1982, 8 (8-04-1982)
24"Riot on Galveston"
November 1982, 8 (8-11-1982)
25"Bitter Struggle on the Planet of Light"
June 1982, 8 (8-18-1982)
26"The Snare of the Hell Planet"
January 1982, 8 (8-25-1982)
27"Storming the Space Fortress"
January 1982, 9 (9-01-1982)
28"Eldora's Plea"
August 1982, 9 (9-08-1982)
29"Uprising of the Space Fort"
March 1982, 9 (9-15-1982)
30"Earth's State of Emergency"
October 1982, 9 (9-22-1982)
31"Locate Enemy Headquarters"
May 1982, 9 (9-29-1982)
32"Destruction of the Front Line Base"
June 1982, 10 (10-06-1982)
33"The New Allied Fleet to the Rescue"
January 1982, 10 (10-13-1982)
34"Planet of the Burning Cave"
August 1982, 10 (10-20-1982)
35"Get Yourself Together, Mutsu"
March 1982, 10 (10-27-1982)
36"A Desperate Undersea Combining"
March 1982, 11 (11-03-1982)
37"Air Rugger Vanishes"
October 1982, 11 (11-10-1982)
38"Emma, the Female Captain"
May 1982, 11 (11-17-1982)
39"The Tears of a Rugby Player"
December 1982, 11 (11-24-1982)
40"The Boy Denon and the Elk"
January 1982, 12 (12-01-1982)
41"Discovery of the New World"
August 1982, 12 (12-08-1982)
42"Impending Crisis on the Inhabitable Planet"
March 1982, 12 (12-15-1982)
43"Teles and Asimov"
October 1982, 12 (12-22-1982)
44"Aki Team Gets Caught"
May 1982, 12 (12-29-1982)
45"Defend the Third Planet"
May 1983, 1 (1-05-1983)
46"The Fall of the Survey Base"
December 1983, 1 (1-12-1983)
47"The Invisible Super Weapon"
July 1983, 1 (1-19-1983)
48"Get Past the Tenth Planet"
February 1983, 1 (1-26-1983)
49"Entering the Final Zone of Defense"
February 1983, 2 (2-02-1983)
50"The Struggle for Galveston"
September 1983, 2 (2-09-1983)
51"Fierce Battle in the Underground City"
April 1983, 2 (2-16-1983)
52"Galactic Dawn"
November 1983, 2 (2-23-1983)


  • Planning
    Susumu Yoshikawa
    Yasuo Oyobe
    Yu Saito
  • Original concept
    Saburo Hatte
  • Chief Director
    Kozo Morishita
  • Series Composition
    Keisuke Fujikawa
  • Script
    Keisuke Fujikawa
    Shigemitsu Taguchi
  • Character Design
    Shigetaka Kiyoyama
  • Mechanical Design
    Katsushi Murakami
    Takayuki Masuo
    Yoshiroh Harada
    Yutaka Izubuchi
  • Music
    Seiji Yokoyama
  • Production
    Toei Agency
    TV Tokyo
    Daiwon Animation
    Toei Animation


In the early 1980s, the original ST Dairugger toys were released by Popy Pleasure under the toy release number of GB-72, as part of the Chogokin label, and constructed of high-quality die-cast materials. A GB-73 would follow, with a transforming DX Dairugger, which could separate only into the three larger combined vehicles. A larger version of Dairugger XV was also released, which did not contain die-cast materials, as the metal content was too heavy for the design and for the friction motors installed in many of the vehicles. The smallest non-transforming ST Dairugger and the fully transforming plastic Dairugger XV would be resold in the US as part of the Voltron series by Matchbox, entirely under the Voltron name. However, the Popy version came with a sword, missiles, and stickers that the Matchbox version did not.

Because Dairugger had 15 pieces, and was a highly playable figure compared to many of the other fixed-state super robots of the early '80s, there were many imitations and bootlegs of Dairugger. Some are cheap plastics, some do not assemble well, some have neon-glowing colors dissimilar to the show. Even approved brands such as Big Bear were spawned to rejuvenate the toyline.[4] However, no version is identical in quality, packaging, or comes with all the pieces as does the Japanese original.

A new Dairugger toy was released on October 26, 2019 as Soul of Chogokin No. GX-88 by Bandai Spirits. To promote the toy's release, Bandai uploaded the series on their YouTube channel.[5] Like the SOC GoLion, Dairugger includes a weapons rack with the option to use either the Dairugger XV or Voltron nameplate.[6]

Home media[edit]

The entire series, in 3 volumes, has been released on DVD in region 1. Collection 1 was released on February 23, 2010,[7][8] Collection 2 on May 25, 2010,[9] and Collection 3 on January 4, 2011. All three volumes are now out-of-print.

Changes for Voltron version[edit]

  • Dairugger XV and GoLion are not related in any way, in contrast to the U.S. version (the coincidental similarities in design, most notably in the face, are due to having the same mechanical designer and a significant portion of the same animation staff).
  • Scenes of Earth and Galaxy Garrison were edited into Lion Voltron episodes, but do not exist in GoLion (the Lion Voltron source material), only in Dairugger XV, since Earth in GoLion has been destroyed in a thermonuclear war.[10]
  • Many allied and enemy soldiers and commanding officers die in Dairugger, as opposed to disappearing without any explanation in the U.S. Voltron series (Voltron omitted almost all blood and death). The finale of Dairugger XV was different in its Voltron form — the U.S. footage had no depiction of Emperor Corsair's (Zeppo's) true fate, which left a lot of questions for U.S. viewers (although one shot of Corsair dead on the throne remained intact). The scene of Emperor Corsair's death, perishing in an assassination attempt by Teles (Hazar) and the resistance, who want freedom for their people, was cut due to violence.
  • In Dairugger, Teles (Hazar) dies a martyr, and there is a sad scene where his body is left to die on Galveston at his request. In Voltron, he becomes the new leader of his people.
  • Sirk (Dorma) is Teles's adjutant, not his sister as in Voltron.
  • Aki (Jeff) and Haruka (Lisa) have a closer relationship, which is not clearly shown in Voltron. The lucky charm that Haruka gives to Aki is left with Teles (Hazar) after his death on Galveston.
  • Dick Asimov (Captain Newley) was Shinji Ise's (Commander Hawkins) superior officer in the original series. The dialogue was rewritten in Voltron to suggest that Hawkins was Newley's superior. There were inconsistencies, however that reveal the original ranks of the two officers.

Note: names in parentheses are Voltron names

Korean version[edit]

There is a South Korean knockoff anime of Dairugger XV called Super Titan 15 (슈퍼타이탄15).[11] It also cribs characters and vehicles from Galaxy Express 999.

Appearances in other media[edit]

The show was spoofed on an episode of Robot Chicken. Dairugger's Voltron incarnation is called to action by an outpost being attacked by a Robeast, but the vehicles take too long to combine. By the time Dairugger gets there, most of the crew is dead, and the sole survivor shoots himself when he realizes it's not the Lion Voltron.[12]


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  3. ^ Clements, Jonathan. McCarthy, Helen. [2006] (2006). The Anime Encyclopedia: Revised & Expanded Edition. Berkeley, CA: Stone Bridge Press. ISBN 978-1-933330-10-5
  4. ^ BigBear Dairugger. "BigBear Info Archived 2006-11-13 at the Wayback Machine." Dairugger Toy Re-release. Retrieved on 2006-11-06.
  5. ^ "GX-88 機甲艦隊ダイラガーXV". Bandai. Retrieved 2019-10-19.
  6. ^ "Soul of Chogokin GX-88 Dairugger XV (Vehicle Voltron)". CollectionDX. 2019-05-30. Retrieved 2019-10-19.
  7. ^ Archived July 14, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ "Media Blasters & Kitty Media February Solicitations". 2009-11-04. Retrieved 2009-11-20.
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  12. ^ Adult Swim (27 May 2011). "Voltron Force Assemble! - Robot Chicken - Adult Swim". Retrieved 25 February 2019 – via YouTube.

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