Future GPX Cyber Formula Zero (OAV) - Anime News Network:W
This is the character sheet for the racing anime series Future GPX Cyber Formula . Sugo Asurada/Winners/Grand Prix/GIO Grand Prix The main character of the. Interestingly enough, Cyber Formula is one of the very few Sunrise works to seldom At the end of the Sin OVA, it is shown that Hayato and Asuka are getting Childhood Friend Romance: Her relationship with Hayato, as if it isn't obvious. Jun 4, The drivers (and Asurada) of Future GPX Cyber singing the ending theme, Winners. Singers: Hayato Kazami (Junichi Kanemaru) Naoki Shinjyu.
This also includes the games and drama CD's based on the series. Hayato Kazami is this for Junichi Kanemaru. Subverted for Hikaru Midorikawa and Ryotaro Okiayu. Both of them received their first "official" animation voice acting gig from this project, but it wasn't until the both of them were cast in Slam Dunk that made them famous. Kotono Mitsuishi 's role as Asuka marked her first "heroine" role of her career. But like the aforementioned Midorikawa and Okiayu, she didn't get her shot to fame until Sailor Moon.
Sugo Asurada/Winners/Grand Prix/GIO Grand Prix
Junichi Kanemaru, Hayato's seiyuu, also played as V8. Yes, you heard right. He also played as a dog.Cyber Formula SAGA Opening (HD)
In fact, in the final episode of ZERO, Gudelhian and Hiyoshi both voiced by Shimada have a conversation after they were out of the race. For a series taking place in the 21st century in which race cars relying on new technologies, some of the characters use 80's-style cell phones and computers use floppy disks to read data.
These things may be in vogue inbut not so much today. The TV series was originally planned for 50 episodes, but terrible TV ratings, along with a sales slump of merchandise and a sponsorship drop from Takara led to it being cut down to just However, the content itself attracted an older aged group instead of the intended elementary-leveled kids, hence spouted four OVA sequels later on.
What Could Have Been: According to the Japanese version of The Other Wikithe staff of the TV series originally wanted to make a Speed Racer type of show, but the "F1 Boom" in Japan happened at the time during the stages of production, and this is what it eventually became of the series.
At the end of the Sin OVA, it is shown that Hayato and Asuka are getting married, and the acquaintances from the Cyber Formula world has appeared in the background to celebrate the wedding. Tropes associated with Asuka: In the first 2 OVAs, she wears a two-piece campaign girl outfit.
Future GPX Cyber Formula Sin - catchsomeair.us
She lets one out in the first episode of Zero when she saw Hayato lying down on the ground, with his car Asurada totally wrecked after it crashed down when it went off the track banking at the fifth race in the English Grand Prix. To Hayato in some ways, for most of the TV series. The brunette to Clair's blonde and Miki's redhead. Her relationship with Hayato, as if it isn't obvious.
And she ends up marrying him at the end of the final OVA. Curtains Match the Window: She has brown hair and her eyes are also brown as well.
Future GPX Cyber Formula Sin (OAV)
This happens to her in episode 5 of Zero. Her hair grew a bit longer in Saga and Sin. This image shows side by side comparisons of her by 7 years.
Notice the change in the art style as well. Get a Hold of Yourself, Man! She gives this to Hayato in EP 35 of the TV series after he gets hysterical over trying to destroy Asurada for causing his friend Johji to be injured and retire from Cyber Formula.
In the earlier series, she sports a headband. One in training, as she's a medical student at Columbia University.
She once made parsley and durian juice for Hayato and when he doesn't want it, she drank it instead and she fainted. In the 2nd radio drama cassette, she cooked and made some food for Hayato's birthday party. This time, Hayato ate the food anyway and the cooking was so bad that he collapsed and was sent to the hospital.