Like some sort of Lovecraftian horror, Chargeman Ken! - a 1974 TV anime by Knack Productions renowned for its poor animation and missing sound & music cues - absolutely refuses to die or be forgotten, and now you can sneak a peek at the main cast of the Chargeman Ken! The Musical stage play in full costume and make-up. Hit the jump to learn more.
Just when we were finally convinced that Chargeman Ken! isn't real and can't hurt us anymore, Japan tosses us back on the pain-train, because now the infamously poorly produced 1974 anime created by Knack Productions is being adapted into a musical stage play that will run in Shinjuku in late October and early November of 2019 Hit the jump to make the hurting stop.
In what is surely a fiendish plot by the Juralians to conquer the human race, legendary 1974 TV anime Chargeman Ken! is releasing a limited run of vinyl records featuring the villainous "Murder Record, Melody of Terror" (aka the series background music) from Episode 16 of Chargeman Ken!. Hit the jump to learn all the gory details.
Need a little more old school in your wardrobe? Hardcore Chocolate is putting out a new Chargeman Ken! T-shirt in retro style for fans of 70s anime. Hit the jump to find out where to get yours!
A new art exhibit located in Asagaya Anime Street is celebrating more than 40 years of Chargeman Ken!, a short-form TV anime originally broadcast in 1974 that's experiencing a resurgence in popularity thanks to video streaming websites such as Niconico. Hit the jump to learn more.