Pluto TV Adds the Remaining Episodes of the Giant Gorg Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has finally added all of the episodes of the Giant Gorg anime to its service. Back in May 2021, the service had only added Episodes 2–6, 8, 10, 14, 18, 20–22, and 26.

The 26 episode series originally aired on Japanese television in the Spring and Summer of 1984.

The story of Giant Gorg is described as:

Austral Island is located 2,000 km south from Samoa islands. The existence of the island was removed from the official records, and Tagami Yu made a journey to search for the reason. He sailed for the island with Dr. Waive who was his father’s friend, Doris who is the daughter of Dr. Waive, and Captain who is the friend of Dr. Waive. On their way to the island, GAIL, the international conglomerate, and gangster, Cougar Connection lead by Lady Lynx attacked them. They managed to arrive at the island, but suddenly a mysterious monster began to attack them. When they became ready for death, a blue giant robot appeared. It destroyed the monster and saved them. Although it was an existence far beyond human knowledge, it reminded Yu of something warm and familiar. It was Giant Gorg which is called “Messenger of the God” by the inhabitants of the island. Escaping from the attack of GAIL’s assault team, Gorg guided Yu into the underworld. There, he found alien’s relic and an alien who woke up after 30,000 years’ sleep.

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Pluto TV Adds the Remaining Episodes of the 07-Ghost Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV is finally adding the remaining episodes of the 07-Ghost anime to its service. In March 2021, the service only added the first half of the series, but that it started with Episode Two instead of Episode One. Pluto TV has finally added the missing episodes, which are available with Japanese audio and English subtitles.

The story of 07-Ghost is described as:

Barsburg Empire’s Military Academy is known for training elites who bring victory to the empire. Students of the academy freely utilize an ability called “Zaiphon” to fight, while the types of Zaiphon usable depends on the nature of the soldier.

Teito Klein, a student at the academy, is one of the most promising soldiers produced. Although ridiculed by everyone for being a sklave (German for slave) with no memories of his past, he is befriended by a fellow student called Mikage. While preparing for the final exam, Teito uncovers a dark secret related to his past. When an attempt to assassinate Ayanami, a high-ranking official who killed his father, fails, Teito is locked away awaiting punishment.

Only wanting the best for Teito, Mikage helps him escape. Teito ends up at the 7th District Church where he is taken in by the bishops. It is here that Teito attempts to evade the grasp of Ayanami and the Military, so he can rediscover his memories and learn why he is the person that can change the fate of the world.

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Pluto TV Is Now Streaming the Allison & Lillia Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV is now streaming the Allison & Lillia anime. All 26 episodes are available with the Japanese audio and English subtitles.

Originally airing in 2008, the series was directed by Masayoshi Nishida based on the series composition by Touko Machida. Shinji Seya worked on the character designs and served as the chief animation director with Madhouse handling the animation production with Tezuka Productions.

The story of Allison & Lillia is described as:

Set in a continent divided into two commonwealths that have been engaged in war for hundreds of years, Allison and Will go on a mission to search for “the treasure that will put an end to the war.” Their hope is inherited to their daughter Lillia, who strives to thaw the torn nations into a united country. This anime encourages young generations to believe in a world without hatred or war regardless of nationality and beliefs.

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Pluto TV Adds the City Hunter 3 Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV has added the City Hunter 3 anime to its catalog. The series is available in its original Japanese audio with English subtitles.

The story of the City Hunter franchise is described as:

This “sweeper” keeps the scum off the streets of Shinjuku…

Ryo Saeba, the legendary City Hunter, is a first-class sweeper for hire, taking on jobs from protecting beautiful women to taking out bad guys permanently. He can be a private detective or hitman, whatever the case calls for, and it often requires the use of his superhuman marksmanship.

But even so, Ryo can’t do it alone. His partner is Kaori Makimura the younger sister of his murdered best friend. Kaori serves as his assistant, while also protecting their attractive clients from Ryo’s “mokkori” advances with her trusty supply of 100-ton hammers. Though they always appear to be at each other’s throats, the partners trust each other implicitly when the chips are down, and together they’ve solved various tough cases.

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Pluto TV Adds the City Hunter ’91 Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has added the City Hunter ’91 anime to its service. The series is available in its original Japanese language with English subtitles.

The story of the City Hunter franchise is described as:

This “sweeper” keeps the scum off the streets of Shinjuku…

Ryo Saeba, the legendary City Hunter, is a first-class sweeper for hire, taking on jobs from protecting beautiful women to taking out bad guys permanently. He can be a private detective or hitman, whatever the case calls for, and it often requires the use of his superhuman marksmanship.

But even so, Ryo can’t do it alone. His partner is Kaori Makimura the younger sister of his murdered best friend. Kaori serves as his assistant, while also protecting their attractive clients from Ryo’s “mokkori” advances with her trusty supply of 100-ton hammers. Though they always appear to be at each other’s throats, the partners trust each other implicitly when the chips are down, and together they’ve solved various tough cases.

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Pluto TV Adds Random Episodes of the Giant Gorg Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has added random episodes of the Giant Gorg anime. According to the report, only Episodes 2–6, 8, 10, 14, 18, 20–22, and 26.

The story of Giant Gorg is described as:

Austral Island is located 2,000 km south from Samoa islands. The existence of the island was removed from the official records, and Tagami Yu made a journey to search for the reason. He sailed for the island with Dr. Waive who was his father’s friend, Doris who is the daughter of Dr. Waive, and Captain who is the friend of Dr. Waive. On their way to the island, GAIL, the international conglomerate, and gangster, Cougar Connection lead by Lady Lynx attacked them. They managed to arrive at the island, but suddenly a mysterious monster began to attack them. When they became ready for death, a blue giant robot appeared. It destroyed the monster and saved them. Although it was an existence far beyond human knowledge, it reminded Yu of something warm and familiar. It was Giant Gorg which is called “Messenger of the God” by the inhabitants of the island. Escaping from the attack of GAIL’s assault team, Gorg guided Yu into the underworld. There, he found alien’s relic and an alien who woke up after 30,000 years’ sleep.

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Pluto TV Starts Adding the Honey & Clover Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has started adding the Honey & Clover anime to its service. As of this writing, the first 11 episodes have been added in subtitled form.

The story of Honey & Clover is described as:

What do you get when you cross creativity with self-discovery and unrequited love? Art school. Yuta Takemoto has no idea what’s in store for his life when he enrolls at a Tokyo art college, but he find out right away it’ll never be dull. Love triangles form as fast as friendships when both Takemoto and senior classmate Shinobu Morita fall hard for shy artistic prodigy Hagumi Hanamoto. And while architecture student Takumi Mayama secretly pines for an older woman, dazzling ceramicist Ayu Yamada pines for him. Confused yet? Welcome to the bittersweet world of Honey and Clover.

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Pluto TV Adds The Galaxy Railways: A Letter from the Abandoned Planet Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has added the four-part The Galaxy Railways: A Letter from the Abandoned Planet OVA series to its service.

The OVA was a bridge between the two seasons that were created, even though it came out in the middle of the second season. The first series was licensed and released by FUNimation Entertainment in the United States but they did not pick up any further rights after that as it did not perform well enough to merit it. Discotek Media acquired the license for the OVA in 2015.

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Pluto TV Adds the Ramen Fighter Miki Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has added the Ramen Fighter Miki anime to its service. The series is available in its original Japanese language with English subtitles.

The story of Ramen Fighter Miki is described as:

Miki Onimaru is a poster girl that works at her mother’s Chinese ramen restaurant. She appears to be a normal girl, but she can become very violent if provoked. She picks a fight with her mother and acquaintances as a result on an almost daily basis, causing a series of troubling mishaps in their otherwise normal lives.

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Pluto TV Adds the Mazinger Edition Z: The Impact Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has added all 26 episodes of the Mazinger Edition Z: The Impact anime. The series is available with the Japanese audio and English subtitles.

The story of Mazinger Edition Z: The Impact is described as:

What would you do if you had ultimate power thrust into your hands? As a normal high school boy, Kouji Kabuto never thought he would have to face that problem. But when your grandfather is a scientist known for having discovered the means to end the world’s energy crisis, just living a quiet life in a mansion isn’t going to last. Japanium, an ore capable of producing Photon Energy, promises to lead humanity into a bright future… though not everyone wants to use it for good.

The evil Dr. Hell is determined to use Photon Energy to power his malicious Mechanical Beasts, which would make him unstoppable. Darkness falls upon Kouji’s home town of Atami, the first city lit by Photon Energy, and the first step on the doctor’s quest for world domination. Not all is lost, however, as Kouji’s grandfather grants him the power of Mazinger Z – the ultimate fighting robot. Crushing Dr. Hell’s minions one by one, Kouji’s power is without limits, but there are still questions that plague him. Where did Dr. Hell find the Mechanical Beasts? What is the truth behind Japanium and Photon Energy? What really happened to Kouji’s parents, and why are the ruins of the ancient Mycenaean civilization at the heart of everything? Together with his friends, the Mazinger Corps., and the mysterious Kurogane House, Kouji must find the answer to these questions, and to the most pressing question of all: will he use his limitless power to become a god, or a devil?

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