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Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
(キャシャーン Sins) is a reboot of the 1973 anime series Casshan, produced by Tatsunoko and animated by Madhouse.[1] The series discards the continuity presented in the original Casshan
anime series, in which Casshern was a cybernetic superhero battling the evil robotic forces of Braiking Boss in a post-apocalyptic Earth.[1] In Casshern Sins, Casshern is presented as a cyborg subordinate of Braiking Boss who was ordered to assassinate the savior of mankind, and has thus doomed the Earth to ruin.[2] Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
made its English broadcast premiere on Funimation
Channel on December 14, 2010. A manga adaptation was published in Jive's Comic Rush Magazine. In the United States, the series began airing on Adult Swim's Toonami
block as part of its premiere on May 26, 2012.[3]


1 Plot 2 Characters

2.1 Main characters 2.2 Recurring characters

3 Media

3.1 Anime 3.2 Manga

4 Reception 5 See also 6 References 7 External links


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Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
tells the story of a world where robots subjugated humanity after becoming self-aware. Their leader, Braiking Boss, ruled over the world with an iron fist. One day, a mysterious girl named Luna was summoned by the people in order to bring the salvation of mankind. Fearing her as a potential threat, Braiking Boss sent three of his most powerful cyborg warriors – Casshern, Dio, and Leda – to dispose of Luna. Casshern, the strongest warrior, managed to track down and kill Luna. However, this triggered a cataclysmic event which set into motion the end of the world. Hundreds of years later, the world's atmosphere is filled with poison, and, due to the inability of most remaining humans to reproduce, as well as the constant threat posed by the robots, humanity is on the brink of extinction.[4] Robots fare little better, fearing death as much as humans do: the poisonous environment quickly causes their mechanical bodies to rust and corrode, forcing them to regularly replace their damaged parts, if spare parts in good condition can even be found. In this wretched time and place, Casshern, who had disappeared following the assassination of Luna, returns with no memory of who he is or what he had done.[4] Characters[edit]

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Casshern, without his combat helmet and facemask, meets with Ringo, a young girl.

Main characters[edit]

Casshern (キャシャーン, Kyashān) Voiced by: Tohru Furuya
Tohru Furuya
(Japanese); Eric Vale
Eric Vale

The protagonist of the series. He was originally a subordinate of Braiking Boss and the strongest warrior in his robot army. With an advanced cybernetic body and quick reflexes, he can destroy any opponent he comes across. Casshern was ordered by Braiking Boss to assassinate Luna. However, this act triggered a cataclysmic event and Casshern disappeared. Returning hundreds of years later with no memory of who he was, he somehow holds the ability to painfully regenerate from any injury and goes violently berserk when incited. While he travels to discover what has happened, and to redeem himself, he encounters people who have been affected by the cataclysm. He is also confronted by many others who attempt to kill him in the belief that devouring him will save them from ruination. Saddened by the deaths of Lyuze and Ohji, he returns to Luna once more and reminds her that she is salvation to those wishing to find her, and he is death. Before he leaves to wander the world, he warns her that if she and her followers ever forget death, he will return.

Lyuze (リューズ, Ryūzu) Voiced by: Nami Miyahara (Japanese); Brina Palencia
Brina Palencia

A female robot, she pursues Casshern out of revenge for her sister. Before the cataclysm, her sister Liza was injured by Casshern while trying to protect Luna, and eventually died a slow death from corrosion. However, she hesitates when Casshern willingly allows her the chance to kill him, and is unwilling to do so. Instead, she begins to follow and accompany Casshern on his journey, eventually developing feelings for him. She finally finds Luna with the help of Casshern and the others, but loses respect and interest for Luna as soon as she discovers the true meaning of Luna's "salvation". She decides to live with Casshern, Ringo, Ohji, and Friender, to spend her last days with them, dying from the ruination. As she dies, she tells Casshern that she is happy that she was able to find peace with him.

Ringo (リンゴ) Voiced by: Yuko Minaguchi (Japanese); Monica Rial
Monica Rial

A young girl who befriends Casshern, she manages to maintain her innocence despite growing up in a destroyed world. Despite witnessing Casshern mercilessly destroying a robot in order to save her and hurting her feelings, she continues to have faith in him. Being cared for by Ohji, the two come across Casshern regularly, and witness his endeavors. Devastated, Ringo grows up into a young woman, knowing and accepting death, waiting for Casshern's return. It is hinted, in her last encounter with Leda, that she may have been the baby in Leda's womb.[original research?]

Ohji (オージ, Ōji) Voiced by: Yūichi Nagashima (Japanese); Jerry Russell (English)

A robot technician who spends his time maintaining robots, he is Ringo's guardian. Originally a scientist working under Braiking Boss, he created Casshern, Dio and Leda as an experiment in recreating robotic life in a manner similar to humanity's reproductive method, however Braiking Boss utilized the trio as an advanced strike team and ultimately assigned them the duty of assassinating Luna. Stricken by guilt over what he has caused, he attempts to kill himself, but finds Ringo as a baby and decides to raise her. After finding Casshern, he follows and watches over him. Near the end of the anime, he also loses interest in Luna's "salvation" and decides to live with the others, trying to make Ringo happy with anything he can do, until his ruin comes, devastating Ringo.

Friender (フレンダー, Furendā)

A robot dog who originally stayed with a robot community that peacefully accepted the idea of death. Friender himself does not display any signs of deterioration. After a berserk Casshern destroys the entire community, Friender cautiously follows him, eventually trusting him. He primarily intervenes to stop Casshern whenever he goes berserk.

Recurring characters[edit]

Luna (ルナ, Runa) Voiced by: Akiko Yajima (Japanese); Trina Nishimura (English)

A mysterious girl summoned by the human race for salvation, Luna was known as "the sun that was named moon," and has been dubbed the "Source of Life" — a living embodiment for the world. Deeming her a threat, Braiking Boss sent Casshern, Dio, and Leda to assassinate her. Casshern successfully does so, triggering the destruction of the world. Amid hints that she continues to exist in some form, Casshern searches for her to find the cause of the state of the world, and the reason behind his apparent immortality. However, when he finds her, she has changed and her dislike of death leads her to kill anyone who reeks of death.

It is discovered that humans had learned the secret of eternal life when their medical technology advanced. Braiking Boss was repulsed by this and began the extermination of humans. Mankind barely managed to survive through Luna. She granted humans normal lifespans because she believed that without death, humans could not live. Braiking Boss sensed that a number of robots began to worship her as well, so he ordered her assassination which unknowingly set into motion the Ruin. After Casshern killed her, she mysteriously became disgusted and terrified of death and dying. She instead granted immortality to both humans and robots that she deemed to not be "reeking of death" or to those not too far into the suffering of the Ruin, as discovered when she refused to heal Dune. Luna sought to create a world free of death until all those dying of the Ruin would perish, leaving those who are immortal.

Braiking Boss (ブライキング・ボス, Buraikingu Bosu) Voiced by: Kenji Utsumi (Japanese); J. Paul Slavens (English)

Braiking Boss was the leader and commander of the robot army. Having dominated humanity for ages, Luna was summoned to stop him. As the one who ordered Luna's assassination, he was the true cause of the world's destruction. Dismissing the rumors of the effects of devouring Casshern, he spends his time following him from afar, watching his actions. At the end of the anime, he and his army find salvation from Luna. As Casshern returns, destroying his army, Braiking Boss fights hopelessly against Casshern. His last words are an order to kill Luna to atone for his sin of causing the ruination of the world. As he dies, he feels content that he is finally receiving justice for causing the destruction of the world. Braiking Boss believed his death at the hands of his former subordinate was a form of divine retribution.

Dio (ディオ) Voiced by: Toshiyuki Morikawa
Toshiyuki Morikawa
(Japanese); Jerry Jewell
Jerry Jewell

A robot built identical to Casshern. He, along with Casshern and Leda, were sent to kill Luna, but Dio failed to reach her before Casshern. Influenced by Leda, he plots to halt the ruination by exposing Casshern's secret and to rule the world, taking the place of Braiking Boss. As such, he attempts to organize a robot army. He holds animosity towards Casshern, as they were both created with identical specifications, but Casshern was slightly ahead of him in reaching Luna. Dio refuses to receive Luna's "salvation" as he discovers his real desire is to defeat Casshern. Unable to deny him, Casshern fights Dio until the latter "wins" (striking him with a blow that would kill him if he could not regenerate). Satisfied by reaching his goal and knowing his time is almost up, Dio wanders off to wait for death by the ruin, but not before asking Casshern to save Leda for him. Later, his body is found by Leda who dies next to him.

Leda (レダ, Reda) Voiced by: Mami Koyama (Japanese); Shelley Calene-Black (English)

A female robot created alongside Casshern and Dio, she assists Dio in restoring the robot army, and states that she is affectionate toward him. She intervenes and helps Dio retreat, whenever he begins to step over the boundaries of his well being. Aggressively seeking Luna, she reveals that she, not Dio, is the one with ambition. When she finds Luna, however, the blood she takes deforms her. She tries to take revenge on Luna, but when Casshern appears and reveals Dio's last request to save her, she goes to look for him. Finally she finds Dio's body in the wasteland, where she succumbs to the ruin herself deciding to die next to him with a smile on her face.

Dune (ドゥーン, Dūn) Voiced by: Yuto Nakano (Japanese); Jason Douglas
Jason Douglas

A heavily deteriorated robot in tattered cloth. He is a powerful robot formerly assigned as Luna's bodyguard labelled the "God of Death". Unable to stop Casshern from killing Luna, he wanders the wasteland solely to find her and seek revenge on Casshern, despite his severe debilitation. After Luna returns, Dune once again resumes his duty as her bodyguard. He is mortally wounded defending against a large force of robots who seek Luna's death; he dies with Casshern, Lyuze, and Ringo by his side.

Media[edit] Anime[edit] Main article: List of Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
episodes Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
was first announced at the Tokyo International Anime Fair 2008, where it was confirmed that Madhouse would be in charge of the animation.[1] Soon after, an official trailer was posted online on its official Japanese website.[5] It was announced at Otakon
2009 that Funimation
Entertainment would produce and distribute the series for release in 2010, following a subtitled-only release on their video service in late 2009.[6] The show had previously aired on Japan's Chiba TV, TV Aichi, MBS, TV Kanagawa & TV Saitama stations.[7][8] Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
had also aired on Singapore's Arts Central channel.[9] According to The Straits Times, the show aired simultaneously with Japan in order to cut down on illegal downloading in Singapore.[10] TV5 airs Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
in the Philippines.[11] Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
is distributed in Oceania by Siren Entertainment with an Australian distribution by Gryphon Entertainment,[12][13] and New Zealand distribution is by Vendetta Films.[14] Manga Entertainment distributes Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
in the United Kingdom.[15] The series made its North American television debut on December 14, 2010, on the Funimation
Channel.[16] Cartoon Network's Adult Swim aired the series as part of the revived Toonami
block from May 26, 2012 until November 3, 2012.[17] Manga[edit] A manga adaptation was announced in the September 26, 2008, issue of Jive's Comic Rush Magazine. It began serialization in the December issue, which was published on October 25, 2008.[18] Reception[edit]

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See also[edit]

Casshan: Robot Hunter - A four-episode OVA
produced in 1993. Casshern - A 2004 live-action tokusatsu film adaptation.


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Block to Air Casshern Sins, Deadman Wonderland (Updated)". Anime News Network. 2012-05-21. Retrieved 2016-06-08.  ^ a b "【CASSHERN Sins】 ストーリー". casshern-sins.jp (in Japanese). Retrieved 2008-10-04.  ^ " Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
Trailer Posted Online". Anime News Network. 2008-08-08. Retrieved 2008-10-04.  ^ " Funimation
Entertainment Adds Casshern Sins, Eden of the East". 2009-07-18. Retrieved 2009-07-18.  ^ "Casshern Sins's On Air Page" (in Japanese). Archived from the original on 2010-04-16. Retrieved 2009-10-31.  ^ "[アニメ]TVA「キャシャーン Sins」続報。" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2009-10-31.  ^ "Arts Central's Casshern Sins
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and Cassern Sins on TV5 this May!". 2010-04-20. Archived from the original on 2017-01-16. Retrieved 2010-05-10.  ^ " Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
(Episodes 1-12)". Gryphon Entertainment. Retrieved 2009-07-17.  ^ " Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
(Episodes 13-24)". Gryphon Entertainment. Retrieved 2009-07-17.  ^ " Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
Part 1 - Episodes 1-12 (3 DVD)". Vendetta Films. Archived from the original on 2010-08-23. Retrieved 2009-07-17.  ^ "Manga UK Adds Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
Anime". Anime News Network. 2010-10-10. Retrieved 2017-01-13.  ^ "VOD Fridays – FUNimation
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External links[edit]

Official Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
website (in Japanese) Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
- The Official Anime Website from FUNimation
(in English) Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
(anime) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
on IMDb

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(1995–1996) Dokkan! Robotendon (1995–1996) Cinderella Monogatari (1996) Speed Racer
Speed Racer
X (1997) Generator Gawl
Generator Gawl
(1998) Seikimatsu Densetsu: Wonderful Tatsunoko Land (1999)


Time Bokan
Time Bokan
2000: Kaitou Kiramekiman (2000) The SoulTaker (2001) Yobarete Tobidete Akubi-chan (2001–2002) Akubi Girl (2006) Yatterman
(2008–2009) Mach Girl (2008–2009) Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
(2008–2009) Beyblade: Metal Fusion (2009–2010)


Beyblade: Metal Masters (2010–2011) Tachumaru Gekijō (2010–2011) Pretty Rhythm: Aurora Dream (2011–2012) Sket Dance (2011–2012) [C]: The Money of Soul and Possibility Control (2011) Pretty Rhythm: Dear My Future (2012–2013) Muromi-san (2013) Pretty Rhythm: Rainbow
Live (2013–2014) Gatchaman Crowds
Gatchaman Crowds
(2013) Wake Up, Girls!
Wake Up, Girls!
(2014) Pretty Rhythm: All-Star Selection (2014) Ping Pong (2014) PriPara (2014–2017) Psycho-Pass
2 (2014) Yatterman
Night (2015) Gatchaman Crowds
Gatchaman Crowds
insight (2015) Nurse Witch Komugi
Nurse Witch Komugi
R (2016) Time Bokan
Time Bokan
24 (2016–2017) Idol Time PriPara (2017–2018) Makeruna!! Aku no Gundan! (2017) Infini-T Force (2017) Time Bokan: Gyakushū no San-Akunin (2017–present) Kiratto Pri Chan (2018–present)


Megazone 23
Megazone 23
- Part I (1985) Genesis Climber MOSPEADA: Love Live Alive (1985) Megazone 23
Megazone 23
- Part II (1986) Outlanders (1986) The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Flash Back 2012 (1987) Zillion: Burning Night (1988) Megazone 23
Megazone 23
- Part III (1989) Shurato: Dark Genesis (1991–1992) Casshan: Robot Hunter (1993–1994) Time Bokan: Royal Revival (1993–1994) Tekkaman Blade II (1994–1995) Gatchaman (1994–1995) Hurricane Polymar: Holy Blood (1996–1997) Nurse Witch Komugi
Nurse Witch Komugi
(2002–2003) Nurse Witch Komugi-Chan Magikarte Z (2004) Sky Kids Booby (2004–2009) Karas (2005–2007) Yozakura Quartet
Yozakura Quartet
-Hoshi no Umi- (2010–2011) Princess Resurrection
Princess Resurrection
(2010–2011) A Town Where You Live: Twilight Intersection (2012) Ippatsu-Hicchuu! Devander (2012) Sket Dance (2013) Transformers Go! (2013–2014) Yozakura Quartet
Yozakura Quartet
-Hana no Uta- (2013–2014) Yozakura Quartet
Yozakura Quartet
-Tsuki ni Naku- (2013–2014) Gatchaman Crowds: Embrace (2014) Transformers: Combiner Wars (2016) Transformers: Titans Return (2017–2018) Transformers: Power of the Primes (2018)


Science Ninja Team Gatchaman: The Movie (1978) Macross: Do You Remember Love? (1984) Chikyuu Monogatari Telepath 2500 (1984) Shonen Jump Special: Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo (1985) Yatterman: Shin Yatter Mecha Daishūgō! Omocha no Kuni de Daikessen da Koron! (2009) Hutch the Honeybee (2010) Beyblade: Sol Blaze, the Scorching Hot Invader (2010) Wake Up, Girls!
Wake Up, Girls!
- Seven Idols (2014) Pretty Rhythm All-Star Selection: Prism Show☆Best Ten (2014) PriPara the Movie: Everyone, Assemble! Prism ☆ Tours (2015) Fly Out, PriPara: Aim for it with Everyone! Idol☆Grand Prix (2015) King of Prism by PrettyRhythm (2016) PriPara Minna no Akogare Let's Go PriPari (2016) PriPara the Movie: Everyone Shine! Kirarin Star Live (2017) King of Prism: PRIDE the HERO (2017) Gekijōban Infini-T Force: Gatchaman Saraba Tomo yo (2018)

Video games

Tokimeki Memorial
Tokimeki Memorial
(1995) Tatsunoko Fight
Tatsunoko Fight
(2000) Hanjuku Hero Tai 3D (2003) Tales of Rebirth
Tales of Rebirth
(2004) Hanjuku Hero 4: 7-Jin no Hanjuku Hero (2005) .hack//G.U.
Vol. 3: Redemption (2007) Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Cross Generation of Heroes (2008) Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars (2010)


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