MUSE Asia to Stream “The King of Braves GaoGaiGar” on YouTube in Celebration of 25th Anniversary

Content licensor and distributor MUSE SG announced through its social media platforms that they will stream the classic mecha anime “The King of Braves GaoGaiGar” on YouTube for free in celebration of the anime’s 25th anniversary

The said mecha anime will be available for streaming starting February 1, new episode will be uploaded everyday at 9:00pm on MUSE Asia YouTube Channel and will be available for viewers in South East Asia including the Philippines.

The King of Braves GaoGaiGar is a Japanese anime television series conceptualized by Sunrise’s internal “Studio 7” division. It is the eighth and final installment in Takara’s Yūsha franchise. The series aired in Japan from February 1, 1997 to January 31, 1998 on Nagoya TV and TV Asahi affiliate stations for a total of 49 episodes.

Story:
In the year 2005, a race of alien monsters called Zondars emerge from underground and launch a series of attacks on the city of Tokyo. The only defense against these creatures is the secret agency known as the Gutsy Geoid Guard (or 3G) and their ultimate weapon, the awesome giant robot GaoGaiGar. GaoGaiGar’s pilot, Guy Shishio, is a former astronaut who was nearly killed two years before when the Zondars first crashed to earth. Guy’s life was spared when a mysterious robot lion called Galeon pulled him from the burning shuttle and brought him to Earth. Guy’s father, Leo, then used Galeon’s technology to rebuild his shattered son as a cyborg, in the hopes that he could stop the aliens when they appear. Now, with Galeon as its core, GaoGaiGar fights to protect Earth. He is aided by a team of transforming robots and by a young boy named Mamoru, who has the power to purify the Zondars’ cores, and seems to be connected to the mysterious Galeon.

Synopsis from MUSE Asia

MUSE Communication Singapore and is an active branch company of MUSE Communications (Taiwan). A distributor and licensor company that specializes in the distribution of Japanese anime on various streaming partners and cable TV partners.

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