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Inazuman is a character that appears in 1973 tokusatsu Inazuman and its derivatives.

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Inazuman

Depending on the various versions, the setting of the person who transforms and the form’s design after transformation are different. The common setting is that after a state of armored larva form known as Sanagiman (サナギマン), then transforms into a heroic and powerful mutant Inazuman, fighting with supernatural powers with a butterfly motif.

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Inazuman is a character that appears in 1973 tokusatsu Inazuman and its derivatives.

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Inazuman

Depending on the various versions, the setting of the person who transforms and the form’s design after transformation are different. The common setting is that after a state of armored larva form known as Sanagiman (サナギマン), then transforms into a heroic and powerful mutant Inazuman, fighting with supernatural powers with a butterfly motif.

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Inazuman (イナズマン) was a television series starring a mutant fictional character of the same name created by Shotaro Ishinomori. The first television series ran from October 2, 1973 to March 26, 1974 with a total of 25 episodes. A sequel series named Inazuman Flash (イナズマンFフラッシュ, Inazuman Furasshu) aired in 1974 from April 9 to September 24 with a total of 23 episodes.

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Inazuman is, in reality, young college student Goro Watari (渡 五郎, Watari Gorō), a mutant. He lost his mother as a child and had other dark moments in his childhood (he had a childhood girlfriend named Teresa (テレサ) who was taken away by an American soldier during the US occupation of Japan). However, when the Neo-Human Empire Phantom Army (新人類帝国ファントム軍団, Shinjinrui Teikoku Fantomu Gundan) begins its attacks on mankind with its Phantom Soldiers (ファントム兵士, Fantomu Heishi) and Mutant Creatures (悪魔の生き物, Akuma no ikimono), he puts his psionic powers to the test.

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First, he performs a henshin (transforming) pose (crossing his arms in front of his chest) and uttering the phrase, “Gōriki Shōrai” (剛力招来, literally “Summon Mighty Power”), he is wrapped in a blue cocoon, which bursts, revealing the creature Sanagiman (サナギマン). He resembles an armored brown pupa mutant with a white belt which has a biomechanical power meter on it.

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Inazuman

Sanagiman is able to absorb the kinetic energy of any attack used against him, and when he gathers enough energy into his belt, he crosses his fists in front of his chest, uttering the phrase, “Chōriki Shōrai” (超力招来, literally “Summon Super Power”), and spreads them aside, with his chest emitting a swirl of colorful energy. Sanagiman’s exterior then explodes to pieces, and in his place is Inazuman. He is a moth-like mutant wearing the same power belt as Sanagiman and resembles a blue humanoid with huge colorful oval eyes, prominent lightning-shaped antennas, black gloves and boots, yellow lightning-shaped marks that stream down his body, and a yellow scarf he can transform into various weapons, including a whip-like chain.

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As both Sanagiman and Inazuman, his kiai fighting cry is “Chest!” (チェスト!, Chesuto!), which originates from the Japanese island of Kyūshū where the main character, Goro Watari, hails.

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Inazuman

Goro is a member of the Youth League (少年同盟, Shōnen Dōmei), a Science Patrol-style group of similarly psychic-powered young people, and has a telepathic link with the sentient flying car Raijingo (ライジンゴー, Raijingō) which can fire missiles and bite bad guys with the teeth built into its mouth-like grill (“Raijin” is the Japanese god of thunder).

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