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Discover more about the Guyver TV series from a variety of articles published in various types of media formats. Read and listen to what some of the experts have to say about the Guyver: Bioboosted Armor television series, found here in this section.
Standing in the shadows of the world is the Chronos Corporation, a covert multinational organization whose specialty is bioweapon development based on technology left behind in prehistoric times by an alien race.
Guyver: The Bioboosted Armor is a 26-episode anime production, originally released during 2005 and 2006.
When a high school student ends up with one of the most powerful alien devices ever, it's little surprise that he's hunted down by a worldwide corporation bent on world destruction.
Guyver has been adapted for the screen a bunch of times. If you're a certain age, and you watched a lot of cable TV as a kid, you might have seen the title slapped on a couple of fairly awful American B-movies, even, which somehow managed to wind up starring an unfortunate Mark Hamill in the days before he started getting a lot of respectable voice-acting gigs.
The Relic has been destroyed and Sho is presumed dead. Apparently, the world now belongs to Chronos.
The twelve Zoalords are united. Aptom is on the prowl. Guyot is on a desperate rampage. Relic's Point has been transformed into an absolute war zone.
As the legacy of the Creators is uncovered, the assault on Chronos begins at last! Separated from friends and hounded by enemies, Sho and Mizuki seek refuge in a small town to escape their relentless assailants.
Narrowly escaping his last hyper-Zoanoid encounter, Sho is forced to retreat, leaving his father in Chronos' clutches. Determined to rescue him at all costs, he once again dives into the heart of Relic's Point, braving its Zoanoid defenses.
The Japan Branch has fallen, and Guyver II has been utterly destroyed. Chronos is far from finished. Calling in the deadly "Lost Number Commandos", Guyot uses Makishima's estate as a temporary base and hatches a plot to tear apart Sho's life in any way possible.
Two Guyvers collide. One will fall, and another will rise again. With each passing day, the evil grip of the Chronos Corporation seems to tighten on Sho.
Big, bad, secretive multinational Chronos Corporation has been experimenting with bioweapons. Their main product so far has been Zoanoids, bestial creatures who can disguise themselves as humans, but the height of their development efforts are three Guyver Units, living suits of armor which bond with a subject and give him fantastic fighting capabilities, ones good enough to stand up to even the toughest Zoanoids.
Charles Campbell is the seasoned veteran of ADV's lineup, having worked with hit shows like City Hunter and Samurai X; his latest project, Guyver: The Bio-Boosted Armor, a remake of the classic 80's sci-fi action show, is on shelves now.
Lurking under the facade of everyday life lies a dark world of pain and destruction. The world is controlled by a sinister brotherhood that hides their fangs behind masks of humanity.
A couple months ago, we took a look at some of the hottest actresses contributing their voices to anime in the States. One of the lovely ladies we spoke to is the prolific actress (and total sweetheart) Luci Christian, who most recently lent her voice to the upcoming reborn Guyver series.
Excerpts from the Interview with Katsuhito Akiyama, the Director of Guyver.
Kristen Interviews Chris Patton of Guyver.