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Gokū no Daibōken (悟空の大冒険, lit. Adventures of the Monkey King) is a Japanese anime series that was directed by Gisaburō Sugii. Made by Mushi Productions, the anime's 39 episodes were broadcast on Fuji TV between January 7, 1967 and September 30, 1967. The anime is based on the novel Journey to the West. Characters[edit]

Goku (悟空, Gokū) Based on Sun Wukong, the monkey king of legend, from Journey to the West. Voiced by: Kazuko Ute Tatsuko (竜子, Tatsuko) Voiced by: Eiko Masuyama Hakkai (八戒, Hakkai) Based on Zhu Bajie from Journey to the West. Voiced by: Junpei Takiguchi Sa Gojo (沙悟浄, Sa Gojō) Based on Sha Wujing from Journey to the West. Voiced by: Kinya Aikawa Sanzo (三蔵法師, Sanzō Hōshi) Based on Tang Sanzang, the monk from Journey to the West. Voiced by: Nachi Nozawa Narrator Voiced by: Shinsuke Chikaishi

External links[edit]

Gokū no Daibōken (anime) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia Official Tezuka Gokū no Daibōken website (in Japanese)

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Wu Cheng'en's Journey to the West

Characters

Sun Wukong Tang Sanzang Zhu Bajie Sha Wujing Red Boy Baigujing Princess Iron Fan Others

Films

The Cave of the Silken Web (1927) Princess Iron Fan (1941) Alakazam the Great (1960) Havoc in Heaven (1961) Princess Iron Fan (1966) The Cave of the Silken Web (1967) Doraemon: The Record of Nobita's Parallel Visit to the West (1988) A Chinese Odyssey (1995) A Chinese Tall Story (2005) Saiyūki (2007) Monkey King vs. Er Lang Shen (2007) The Forbidden Kingdom (2008) Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons (2013) The Monkey King (2014) Monkey King: Hero Is Back (2015) The Monkey King 2 (2016) A Chinese Odyssey Part Three (2016) Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back (2017) Wu Kong (2017) The Monkey King 3 (2018)

Sequels

A Supplement to the Journey to the West (c. 1640)

TV

Gokū no Daibōken (1967) Monkey (1978) Science Fiction Saiyuki Starzinger (1978) Journey to the West (1986 and 1999) Journey to the West (1996) Journey to the West II (1996) Monkey Magic (1998) Journey to the West – Legends of the Monkey King (1999) Shinzo (2000) Sunny Piggy (2000) The Monkey King (2001) The Monkey King: Quest for the Sutra (2002) Saiyūki (2006) Wu Cheng'en and Journey to the West (2010) Journey to the West (2010) Journey to the West (2011) A Korean Odyssey (2017) The New Legends of Monkey (2018)

Stage

Monkey: Journey to the West (play)

Manga and Comics

Dragon Ball Saiyūki Patalliro Saiyuki Monkey Typhoon Saint The Monkey King Xin American Born Chinese

Games

Ether Saga Online Enslaved: Odyssey to the West Fantasy Westward Journey Ganso Saiyūki: Super Monkey Daibōken Legend of Wukong Monkey Hero Monkey Magic Saiyuki: Journey West SonSon Westward Journey Online II Whomp 'Em Yūyūki

Literature

Monkey (1942 novel) Griever: An American Monkey King in China (1986 novel) Tripmaster Monkey (1989 novel) Four Great Classical Novels

Places

Gao Village Gao Village Arc Mount Huaguo Shuilian Cave Tepe Narenj

Other

List of media adaptations of Journey to the West Monkey King Festival Ruyi Jingu Bang Journey to the West (album)

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Works by Osamu Tezuka

Manga

Diary of Ma-chan (1946) Shin Takarajima (1947) Lost World (1948) Angel Gunfighter (1949) Metropolis (1949) Faust (1950) Kimba the White Lion (1950–1954) Age of Adventure (1951–1953) The Fossil Island (1951) The Adventure of Rock (1952–1954) Astro Boy (1952–1968) Crime and Punishment (1953) Princess Knight (1953–1956) Chief Detective Kenichi (1954–1956) The Devil of the Earth (1954) The Green Cat (1956) Lion Books (1956–1957) Biiko-chan (1957) The Curtain is Still Blue Tonight (1958) The Film Lives On (1958–1959) Peacock Shell (1958) The Twin Knights (1958) Dr. Thrill (1959) The Merchant of Venice (1959) Song of the White Peacock (1959) Angel's Hill (1960–1961) Captain Ken (1960–1961) Brave Dan (1962) Big X (1963–1966) Princess Knight (1963–1966) The Amazing 3 (1965–1966) Ambassador Magma (1965–1967) The Vampires (1966–1967) Dororo (1967–1968) Gum Gum Punch (1967–1969) Phoenix (1967–1988) Princess Knight (1967–1968) Activist Student (1968) Grand Dolls (1968) Swallowing the Earth (1968–1969) The Crater (1969–1970) Triton of the Sea (1969–1971) Alabaster (1970–1971) Apollo's Song (1970) Bomba! (1970) The Book of Human Insects (1970–1971) Marvelous Melmo (1970–1972) Ode to Kirihito (1970–1971) Adachi-ga Hara (1971) Birdman Anthology (1971–1975) Lion Books II (1971–1973) Little Wansa (1971–1972) Serenade of a Pig's Navel (1971) Ayako (1972–1973) Buddha (1972–1983) Lay of the Rhine (1972) Lord Iechika Mogami (1972) The Moon and Wolves (1972) Old Folk's Home (1972) Black Jack (1973–1983) Microsuperman (1973) The Record of Peter Kürten (1973) Sensual Nights (1973) Son of Godfather (1973) The Three-Eyed One (1974–1978) Boy Detective Zumbera (1975) Rainbow Prelude (1975) MW (1976–1978) Unico (1976–1979) Don Dracula (1979) Insect Collector (1979) Insect Collector - The Butterfly Road Smells of Death (1979) The Thief Akikazu Inoue (1979) Hidamari no Ki (1981–1986) Rainbow Parakeet (1981–1983) Spaceship Ringel Rock (1982) Suspicion (1982) Volcanic Eruption (1982) Message to Adolf (1983–1985) Peace Concert (1984) Duke Goblin (1985–1986) Gringo (1987–1989)

Anime

Alakazam the Great (1960) Astro Boy (1963–1966) Big X (1964–1965) The Amazing 3 (1965–1966) Kimba the White Lion (1965–2009) Leo the Lion (1966–1967) Gokū no Daibōken (1967) Princess Knight (1967–1999) Dororo (1969) A Thousand and One Nights (1969) Cleopatra (1970) Marvelous Melmo (1971–1972) Triton of the Sea (1972–1979) Belladonna of Sadness (1973) Little Wansa (1973) Microsuperman (1973) Jetter Mars (1977) Undersea Super Train: Marine Express (1979) Unico (1979–1983) Astro Boy (1980–1981) Fumoon (1980) Phoenix 2772 (1980) Don Dracula (1982) The Green Cat (1983) Bagi, the Monster of Mighty Nature (1984) Lunn Flies into the Wind (1985) The Three-Eyed One (1985–1991) Phoenix (1986–2012) Yamataro Comes Back (1986) Blue Blink (1989–1990) The New Adventures of Kimba The White Lion (1989–1990) Rain Boy (1989) Adachi-ga Hara (1991) Akuemon (1993) Ambassador Magma (1993) Black Jack (1993–2011) In the Beginning: The Bible Stories (1997) Jungle Emperor Leo (1997) Hidamari no Ki (2000) Metropolis (2001) Astro Boy (2003–2005) Astro Boy: Mighty Atom - Visitor of 100,000 Light Years, IGZA (2005) Astro Boy (2009) Ravex in Tezuka World (2009) Buddha (2011–present)

Characters

Astro Boy Black Jack Dr. Tenma Hosuke Sharaku Pluto Professor Ochanomizu Robita Rock

Related

Animerama Galaxy Boy Troop Mushi Production Osamu Tezuka's Star System Tezuka Award Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize Tezuka Productions The Osamu Tezuka Story: A Life in Manga and Anime Tokiwa-sō

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