Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters

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Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters
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Title card for Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters
Genre Tokusatsu
Superhero fiction
Science fiction
Created by Toei
Written by
Directed by
Voices of Yuichi Nakamura
Narrated by Shoo Munakata
Opening theme
Ending theme
  • "Kizuna ~ Go-Busters!!" by Nazo no Shin Unit Starmen
  • "One wish, One day" by Katsuhiro Suzuki & Keiji Fujiwara
  • "Shinpai Honey ♥ Bunny" by Arisa Komiya & Tatsuhisa Suzuki
  • "Blue Banana Moon" by Ryouma Baba & Tesshō Genda
Composer(s) Megumi Ōhashi
Country of origin Japan
No. of episodes 50 (list of episodes)
Running time 24–25 minutes
Original network TV Asahi
Original release February 26, 2012 (2012-02-26) – February 10, 2013 (2013-02-10)
Preceded by Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger
Followed by Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger
External links

Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters (特命戦隊ゴーバスターズ, Tokumei Sentai Gōbasutāzu) is the 36th entry in Toei Company's Super Sentai Series, following Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger. Its theme is based on spy movies and cyber technology and premiered on February 26, 2012 on TV Asahi, joining Kamen Rider Fourze and then Kamen Rider Wizard as a program featured in TV Asahi's Super Hero Time programming block. Most of the series' props are used for the 2015 American Power Rangers season adaption of the later Super Sentai show Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger, Power Rangers Dino (Super) Charge.

On September 2, 2011, Toei applied for trademarks on the title to be used on various products.[1][2][3] The Japan Patent Office approved these trademarks on September 29, 2011.

Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters began airing in South Korea in 2013 as Power Rangers Go-Busters.

Saban Brands announced on February 17, 2018 that Go-Busters would be adapted into Power Rangers Beast Morphers, set to air beginning in 2019.[4]


Thirteen years ago in the New Common Era (新西暦, Shinseireki) calendar, the computer controlling the newly discovered energy source called Enetron (エネトロン, Enetoron) was infected by a virus that caused it to create the evil energy being known as Messiah who wishes to take over mankind and create a world made for machines. Though sent into subspace by the scientists' sacrifice, Messiah's actions established the formation of the Energy Management Center's Special Ops Unit from three children who were caught in the crossfire, the Go-Busters, and their Buddyloids.[5][Note 1] In the present, 2012 NCE, a mysterious figure named Enter leads a group called Vaglass on incursions to gather enough Enetron to bring Messiah back. However, training for this day, the Go-Busters and their Buddyloids are deployed to combat Vaglass's Metaloids and Megazords to protect the city's Enetron from them. Later joined by Masato Jin and his Buddyloid Beet J. Stag, the Go-Busters' resolve is strengthened once they learn the true nature of their enemy and the horrors that would result should Messiah enter their world.[10]



The Go-Busters consist of three children who survived an accident 13 years ago at the Energy Management Center (エネルギー管理局, Enerugī Kanrikyoku) concerning the Vaglass virus program that went haywire on the Energy Management Center office's main computer, obtaining superhuman abilities in the process, along with side-effects. The team also consists of the Buddyloids (バディロイド),[5][Note 1] the Go-Busters' sentient partner robots. In Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie, the Go-Busters have cameo appearances where they confront Basco Ta Jolokia as part of a special mission.

Hiromu Sakurada (桜田 ヒロム, Sakurada Hiromu)/Red Buster (レッドバスター, Reddo Basutā)
The fastest warrior on the team. His legs can move at an unbelievable speed, making him look as if he is teleporting. Hiromu's body freezes whenever he sees a chicken as part of the side-effects of his powers. His partner Buddyloid is Cheeda Nick. [10][11]
Cheeda Nick (チダ・ニック, Chida Nikku)
A humanoid cheetah-type android, one of the Buddyloids, and Red Buster's partner, acting like an older brother figure to Hiromu, who is a positive thinker. Although he is a robot who can transform into the Cheetah Bike (チーターバイク, Chītā Baiku) for Red Buster to ride, Chida ironically has no sense of direction.[10]
Ryuji Iwasaki (岩崎 リュウジ, Iwasaki Ryūji)/Blue Buster (ブルーバスター, Burū Basutā)
A warrior with superstrength and excellent fighting technique as well as the oldest of the team. Ryuji's body overheats if he moves too often and requires to be cooled down as part of the side-effects of his powers. His partner Buddyloid is Gorisaki Banana.[10][11]
Gorisaki Banana (ゴリサキ・バナナ)
A humanoid gorilla-type android, one of the Buddyloids, and Blue Buster's partner, typically faint hearted and worrying about Ryuji's well-being. He acts as a mechanic in the team base.[10]
Yoko Usami (宇佐見 ヨーコ, Usami Yōko)/Yellow Buster (イエローバスター, Ierō Basutā)
A moody and sharp-tongued young woman, who gains incredible kicking and jumping power from the accident. Yoko becomes tired out easily and requires sweets to regain energy as part of the side-effects of her powers. Her partner Buddyloid is Usada Lettuce.[10][11]
Usada Lettuce (ウサダ・レタス, Usada Retasu)
A rabbit-type mecha, one of the Buddyloids, and Yellow Buster's partner who is unyielding and selfish and is usually fighting with Yoko. He works on data management in the control room.[10]
Masato Jin (陣 マサト, Jin Masato)/Beet Buster (ビートバスター, Bīto Basutā)
An eccentric genius scientist who sacrificed himself in the accident 13 years ago, but has found a way to come back into normal reality as well as creating his own Buddyloid and Go-Buster powers.
Beet J. Stag (ビート・J・スタッグ, Bīto Jei Sutaggu)/Stag Buster (スタッグバスター, Sutaggu Basutā)
A humanoid beetle-type android, one of the Buddyloids, and Beet Buster's partner, while also being able to transform into a Go-Buster himself.
Ene-tan (エネたん)
A small frog-type mecha that pilots the FS-0O Frog around the Tokyo Bay until she is needed.


The evil organization known as Vaglass (ヴァグラス, Vagurasu) are the antagonists in Go-Busters who appeared from an alternate dimension during the accident that happened at the Energy Management Center.[10] Led by the energy being known only as Messiah and its human spy Enter, Vaglass sends out its Metaloids by infecting devices with the Metavirus. When a Metaloid is defeated, its Metavirus is uploaded into a giant robot known as a Megazord. Vaglass' foot soldiers are known as the Buglers and they also have access to mass-produced giant robots called Bugzords.[12][13]


Each episode of Go-Busters is called a "Mission".

Ep. no. Title Writer Original airdate
1 "Special Ops Sentai, Assemble!"
"Tokumei Sentai, Shūketsu seyo!" (特命戦隊、集結せよ!) 
Yasuko Kobayashi February 26, 2012
2 "A Promise Made 13 Years Ago"
"Jū-san Nen Mae no Yakusoku" (13年前の約束) 
Yasuko Kobayashi March 4, 2012
3 "GT-02 Animal, Deploy!"
"Jī Tī Zero Tsū Animaru, Shutsugeki!" (GT-02アニマル、出撃!) 
Yasuko Kobayashi March 11, 2012
4 "Special Ops and Determination"
"Tokumei to Ketsui" (特命と決意) 
Yasuko Kobayashi March 18, 2012
5 "Dangerous Overheated Rampage!"
"Kiken na Netsu Bōsō!" (キケンな熱暴走!) 
Yasuko Kobayashi March 25, 2012
6 "Combine! Go-Buster Oh"
"Gattai! Gōbasutāō" (合体!ゴーバスターオー) 
Yasuko Kobayashi April 1, 2012
7 "Bad Maintenance on the Ace?!"
"Ēsu Seibi Furyō?!" (エース整備不良?!) 
Nobuhiro Mouri April 8, 2012
8 "Protect the Machine Blueprints!"
"Mashin Sekkeizu o Mamore!" (マシン設計図を守れ!) 
Yasuko Kobayashi April 15, 2012
9 "Usada Recovery Strategy!"
"Usada Dakkan Sakusen!" (ウサダ奪還作戦!) 
Yasuko Kobayashi April 22, 2012
10 "The Reason We Fight"
"Tatakau Riyū" (戦う理由) 
Yasuko Kobayashi April 29, 2012
11 "The Targeted Weakpoint"
"Nerawareta Uīkupointo" (ねらわれたウイークポイント) 
Kento Shimoyama May 6, 2012
12 "You Like Going Undercover?"
"Hensō wa Osuki?" (変装はお好き?) 
Nobuhiro Mouri May 13, 2012
13 "A Surprising Day Off"
"Sapuraizu na Kyūjitsu" (サプライズな休日) 
Yasuko Kobayashi May 20, 2012
14 "Ça va? Rescue Strategy"
"Saba? Kyūshutsu Sakusen" (サバ?救出作戦) 
Yasuko Kobayashi May 27, 2012
15 "The Golden Warrior and the Silvery Buddy"
"Kin no Senshi to Gin no Badi" (金の戦士と銀のバディ) 
Yasuko Kobayashi June 3, 2012
16 "The Man Who Came From Subspace"
"Akūkan kara Kita Otoko" (亜空間から来た男) 
Yasuko Kobayashi June 10, 2012
17 "Its Name Is Go-Buster Beet!"
"Sono Na wa Gōbasutā Bīto!" (その名はゴーバスタービート!) 
Yasuko Kobayashi June 17, 2012
18 "Cooperative Operations 3,000 Meters In the Earth"
"Chitei Sanzen Mētoru no Kyōdō Sagyō" (地底3000メートルの共同作業) 
Nobuhiro Mouri June 24, 2012
19 "My Combination! Buster Hercules"
"Ore no Gattai! Basutā Herakuresu" (俺の合体!バスターヘラクレス) 
Kento Shimoyama July 1, 2012
20 "Five-Part Concentration! Great Go-Buster!"
"Gotai Kesshū! Gurēto Gōbasutā!" (5体結集!グレートゴーバスター!) 
Yasuko Kobayashi July 8, 2012
21 "Farewell, Blue Buster"
"Saraba Burū Basutā" (さらば ブルーバスター) 
Yasuko Kobayashi July 15, 2012
22 "The Beautiful Avatar: Escape"
"Utsukushiki Abatā Esukeipu" (美しきアバター エスケイプ) 
Yasuko Kobayashi July 22, 2012
23 "Those Who Follow Their Intent"
"Ishi o Tsugu Mono" (意志を継ぐ者) 
Yasuko Kobayashi July 29, 2012
24 "A très bien Summer Festival"
"Torebian na Natsu Matsuri" (トレビアンな夏祭り) 
Nobuhiro Mouri August 5, 2012
25 "Pursue the Mystery of the Avatars!"
"Abatā no Nazo o Oe!" (アバターの謎を追え!) 
Yasuko Kobayashi August 12, 2012
26 "The Tiny Enemy! Control Room SOS"
"Chiisana Kyōteki! Shireishitsu Esu Ō Esu" (小さな強敵!司令室SOS) 
Kento Shimoyama August 19, 2012
27 "An Out of Control Combo to Escape the Labyrinth!"
"Bōsō Konbi de Meikyū Dasshutsu!" (暴走コンビで迷宮脱出!) 
Nobuhiro Mouri August 26, 2012
28 "Beware of Chickens!"
"Niwatori ni Chūi seyo!" (ニワトリに注意せよ!) 
Yasuko Kobayashi September 2, 2012
29 "Breaking Into Subspace!"
"Akūkan e no Totsunyū!" (亜空間への突入!) 
Yasuko Kobayashi September 9, 2012
30 "Messiah Shutdown"
"Mesaia Shattodaun" (メサイア シャットダウン) 
Yasuko Kobayashi September 16, 2012
31 "Space Sheriff Gavan Arrives!"
"Uchū Keiji Gyaban, Arawaru!" (宇宙刑事ギャバン、現る!) 
Kento Shimoyama September 23, 2012
32 "Friendship Tag With Gavan!"
"Gyaban to no Yūjō Taggu!" (ギャバンとの友情タッグ!) 
Kento Shimoyama September 30, 2012
33 "Morphin! Powered Custom"
"Mōfin! Pawādo Kasutatamu" (モーフィン!パワードカスタム) 
Yasuko Kobayashi October 7, 2012
34 "The Enemy Is Beet Buster?!"
"Teki wa Bīto Basutā?!" (敵はビートバスター?!) 
Yasuko Kobayashi October 14, 2012
35 "Roar, Tategami Lioh!"
"Tategami Raiō Hoeru!" (タテガミライオー 吼える!) 
Kento Shimoyama October 21, 2012
36 "Go-Buster Lioh, Kaching!"
"Gōbasutā Raiō Gagīn!" (ゴ―バスターライオー ガギーン!) 
Kento Shimoyama October 28, 2012
37 "The Black and White Brides"
"Kuro to Shiro no Hanayome" (黒と白の花嫁) 
Yasuko Kobayashi November 4, 2012
38 "Live! Ace Deathmatch"
"Jikkyō! Ēsu Desumatchi" (実況!エースデスマッチ) 
Yasuko Kobayashi November 11, 2012
39 "Finishing Blow! Messiah's Fist"
"Hissatsu! Mesaia no Kobushi" (必殺!メサイアの拳) 
Yasuko Kobayashi November 18, 2012
40 "Covering Jay and the Messiahloid"
"Kaburu Jei to Mesaiaroido" (カブるJとメサイアロイド) 
Yasuko Kobayashi November 25, 2012
41 "The Thief Pink Buster!"
"Kaitō Pinku Basutā!" (怪盗ピンクバスター!) 
Nobuhiro Mouri December 2, 2012
42 "Attack! Within the Megazord"
"Totsugeki! Megazōdo no Naka e" (突撃!メガゾードの中へ) 
Yasuko Kobayashi December 9, 2012
43 "Christmas Determination"
"Ketsui no Kurisumasu" (決意のクリスマス) 
Yasuko Kobayashi December 16, 2012
44 "Christmas Eve: Time to Complete the Mission"
"Seiya Shimei Hatasu Toki" (聖夜・使命果たすとき) 
Yasuko Kobayashi December 23, 2012
45 "Happy New Year: A Small Formidable Enemy, Again"
"Kinga Shinnen Chiisana Kyōteki, Futatabi" (謹賀新年 小さな強敵、再び) 
Kento Shimoyama January 6, 2013
46 "The New Fusion and Overheated Rampage!"
"Arata na Yūgō to Netsu Bōsō!" (新たな融合と熱暴走!) 
Yasuko Kobayashi January 13, 2013
47 "Reset and Back-Up"
"Risetto to Bakkuappu" (リセットとバックアップ) 
Yasuko Kobayashi January 20, 2013
48 "Setting the Trap"
"Shikakerareteita Wana" (仕掛けられていた罠) 
Yasuko Kobayashi January 27, 2013
49 "Preparation and Selection"
"Kakugo to Sentaku" (覚悟と選択) 
Yasuko Kobayashi February 3, 2013
50 "Eternal Bonds"
"Eien no Kizuna" (永遠のキズナ) 
Yasuko Kobayashi February 10, 2013


The Go-Busters make their debut appearance as a cameo in Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger's third film Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie.

Super Hero Taisen[edit]

Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊 スーパーヒーロー大戦, Kamen Raidā × Sūpā Sentai: Sūpā Hīrō Taisen) is a film celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Super Hero Time programming block on TV Asahi, featuring a crossover between the characters of the Kamen Rider and Super Sentai Series. The cast of Go-Busters participate in the film, along with the cast of Kamen Rider Decade, Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger and Kamen Rider Fourze.[14][15] The event of the movie takes place between Mission 8 and 9.

Protect the Tokyo Enetower![edit]

Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters the Movie: Protect the Tokyo Enetower! (特命戦隊ゴーバスターズ THE MOVIE 東京エネタワーを守れ!, Tokumei Sentai Gōbasutāzu Za Mūbī Tōkyō Enetawā o Mamore!) is the main theatrical release for Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters where the Go-Busters must help protect the Tokyo Enetower along with the help of Tokyo Tower's mascot character Noppon (ノッポン).[16] It is set to be released on August 4, 2012, alongside the film for Kamen Rider Fourze.[17] The event of the movie takes place between Mission 19 and 20.

Go-Busters vs. Gokaiger[edit]

Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters vs. Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: The Movie (特命戦隊ゴーバスターズVS海賊戦隊ゴーカイジャーTHE MOVIE, Tokumei Sentai Gōbasutāzu Tai Kaizoku Sentai Gōkaijā Za Mūbī) is set to be released in theaters on January 19, 2013. As with previous VS movies, this film will feature a crossover between the casts of Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters and Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger, while introducing the 37th Super Sentai, Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger which is set to start airing in 2013, following the end of Go-Busters.[18][19] The event of the movie takes place between Mission 41 and 42.

Super Hero Taisen Z[edit]

Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen Z (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊×宇宙刑事 スーパーヒーロー大戦Z, Kamen Raidā × Sūpā Sentai × Uchū Keiji: Supā Hīrō Taisen Zetto) is a film that was released in Japan on April 27, 2013 which featured the first crossover between characters of Toei's three main Tokusatsu franchises, Kamen Rider, Super Sentai, and the Space Sheriff Series, including other heroes from the Metal Hero Series series as well. The protagonists of Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie, Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters, and Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger are featured, but the casts of Kamen Rider Wizard, Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger, and Kamen Rider Fourze also participate in the film. Arisa Komiya reprises her role in the main cast as Yoko Usami, while the rest of the cast have a minor role in the film.

Kyoryuger vs. Go-Busters[edit]

Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger vs. Go-Busters: The Great Dinosaur Battle! Farewell Our Eternal Friends (獣電戦隊キョウリュウジャーVSゴーバスターズ 恐竜大決戦! さらば永遠の友よ, Jūden Sentai Kyōryūjā Tai Gōbasutāzu Kyōryū Daikessen! Saraba Eien no Tomo yo) is the Go-Busters second VS movie featuring a crossover with the cast of Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger, scheduled for release on January 18, 2014.

Ultra Super Hero Taisen[edit]

A crossover film, titled Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Ultra Super Hero Taisen (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊 超スーパーヒーロー大戦, Kamen Raidā × Supā Sentai Chō Supā Hīrō Taisen) featuring the casts of Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, Kamen Rider Amazons, Uchu Sentai Kyuranger and Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger, was released in Japan on March 25, 2017.[20] This movie will celebrate 10th anniversary of Kamen Rider Den-O who also appear in this movie. It also features the spaceship Andor Genesis from the Xevious game, which serves to be used by the movie's main antagonists, as well as introducing the movie-exclusive Kamen Rider True Brave played by Kamen Rider Brave's actor Toshiki Seto from Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, and villain Shocker Great Leader III played by the singer Diamond Yukai. In addition, individual actors from older Kamen Rider and Super Sentai TV series, Ryohei Odai (Kamen Rider Ryuki), Gaku Matsumoto (Shuriken Sentai Ninninger), Atsushi Maruyama (Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger), and Hiroya Matsumoto (Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters) reprise their respective roles.

Special DVD[edit]

Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters vs. Beet Buster vs. J (特命戦隊ゴーバスターズVSビートバスターVS・J, Tokumei Sentai Gōbasutāzu Tai Bīto Basutā Tai Jei) is a special DVD by Kodansha that is used to show some of the items in the series. In the DVD, Beet J. Stag starts going haywire after drinking spiked Enetron left in the base by Enter, and Enter steals Masato's Morphin Blaster to become an evil version of Beet Buster, fighting with the Metaloid Junkloid. With Space Sheriff Gavan's help, Hiromu manages to free J of the infection and beat both Enter and Junkloid. The event of the specials takes place between Mission 31 and 32.


Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters Returns vs. Doubutsu Sentai Go-Busters (帰ってきた特命戦隊ゴーバスターズ VS 動物戦隊ゴーバスターズ, Kaettekita Tokumei Sentai Gōbasutāzu Tai Dōbutsu Sentai Gōbasutāzu) is a V-Cinema release for Go-Busters that became available for sale on June 21, 2013, taking place between Missions 44 and 45. While getting ready for new years, the Go-Busters are killed off by Great Demon Lord Azazel. Finding himself before God (Syo Jinnai) alongside Jay, Nick uses his status as the one millionth death in 2012 to alter history so that Messiah never existed. Though he and Jay find everyone changed, Nick learns that Hiromu and others have become the Doubutsu Sentai Go-Busters (動物戦隊ゴーバスターズ, Dōbutsu Sentai Gōbasutāzu), supported by Kuroki as Black Puma, Rika as Pink Cat, and Atsushi Doumyoji (Tatsuhisa Suzuki) as Green Hippopotamus, against the Machine Empire Mechalius under Machine Empress Trange Star (Ayame Misaki). However, history repeats itself with Azazel killing off the Go-Busters and Nick ending up in Heaven again. Luckily, Nick uses this to wish for both Go-Busters groups to team up against Azazel in his original reality. After destroying Azazel, as their existence depended on Nick's death, the other Go-Busters group fades away with the Go-Busters and Nick paying their respects to them.

Video game[edit]

A Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters video game for the Nintendo DS was released on September 27, 2012.[21] The game was released in Korea as Power Rangers: Go-Busters on August 8, 2013.[22] This was the last official Nintendo DS game to be released in physical media in South Korea.


  • Hiromu Sakurada (桜田 ヒロム, Sakurada Hiromu): Katsuhiro Suzuki (鈴木 勝大, Suzuki Katsuhiro)[23][11]
  • Ryuji Iwasaki (岩崎 リュウジ, Iwasaki Ryūji): Ryouma Baba (馬場 良馬, Baba Ryōma)[24][11]
  • Yoko Usami (宇佐見 ヨーコ, Usami Yōko): Arisa Komiya (小宮 有紗, Komiya Arisa)[11]
  • Masato Jin (陣 マサト, Jin Masato): Hiroya Matsumoto (松本 寛也, Matsumoto Hiroya)
  • Takeshi Kuroki (黒木 タケシ, Kuroki Takeshi): Hideo Sakaki (榊 英雄, Sakaki Hideo)[25]
  • Toru Morishita (森下 トオル, Morishita Tōru): Naoto Takahashi (高橋 直人, Takahashi Naoto)
  • Miho Nakamura (仲村 ミホ, Nakamura Miho): Fuuka Nishihira (西平 風香, Nishihira Fūka)[26]
  • Rika Sakurada (桜田 リカ, Sakurada Rika): Risa Yoshiki (吉木 りさ, Yoshiki Risa)
  • Enter (エンター, Entā): Syo Jinnai (陳内 将, Jinnai Shō)[27]
  • Escape (エスケイプ, Esukeipu): Ayame Misaki (水崎 綾女, Misaki Ayame)
  • Cheeda Nick (チダ・ニック, Chida Nikku, Voice): Keiji Fujiwara (藤原 啓治, Fujiwara Keiji)
  • Gorisaki Banana (ゴリサキ・バナナ, Gorisaki Banana, Voice): Tesshō Genda (玄田 哲章, Genda Tesshō)
  • Usada Lettuce (ウサダ・レタス, Usada Retasu, Voice): Tatsuhisa Suzuki (鈴木 達央, Suzuki Tatsuhisa)
  • Beet J. Stag (ビート・J・スタッグ, Bīto Jei Sutaggu, Voice): Yuichi Nakamura (中村 悠一, Nakamura Yūichi)
  • GB Custom Visor Voice (GBカスタムバイザー音声, Jī Bī Kasutamu Onsei), Lio Blaster Voice (ライオブラスター音声, Raio Burasutā Onsei), Saburo Hazuki (葉月 サブロー, Hazuki Saburō, 35): Ichirou Mizuki (水木 一郎, Mizuki Ichirō)
  • Messiah (メサイア, Mesaia, Voice): Seiji Sasaki (佐々木 誠二, Sasaki Seiji)
  • Narration: Shoo Munekata (宗方 脩, Munekata Shū)

Guest cast[edit]

  • Maruyama (丸山, 9): Yutaka Maido (まいど 豊, Maido Yutaka)
  • Geki Jumonji (十文字 撃, Jūmonji Geki, 31, 32): Yuma Ishigaki (石垣 佑磨, Ishigaki Yūma)
  • Shelly (シェリー, Sherī, 31, 32): Suzuka Morita (森田 涼花, Morita Suzuka)
  • Rhino Doubler (ライノダブラー, Raino Daburā, Voice) (31, 32): Kōsuke Toriumi (鳥海 浩輔, Toriumi Kōsuke)
  • Mamoru Hasegawa (長谷川 マモル, Hasegawa Mamoru, 37): Gong Teyu (孔 大維, Kon Teyu)


Opening themes
  • "Busters Ready Go!" (バスターズ レディーゴー!, Basutāzu Redī Gō!)
    The song also played in episodes 30, 44, and 50.
  • "Morphin! Movin! Bustersship!" (モーフィン! ムービン! バスターズシップ!, Mōfin! Mūbin! Basutāzushippu!)
Ending theme


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