Goku Midnight Eye (1989– )
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Goku: Midnight Eye II 

Desperate Ryouko hires Goku to stop her brother Ryuu, an increasingly unstable, rampaging cyborg bent on revenge against their sadistic army father who ran the military experiment that turned Ryuu into an unstoppable killing machine.

Director:

Yoshiaki Kawajiri

Writers:

Buichi Terasawa (comic & screenplay), Buichi Terasawa (screenplay)

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Juji Matsuda Juji Matsuda ... Goku (voice) (as Juuji Matsuda)
Norio Wakamoto ... Genji (voice)
Daisuke Gôri Daisuke Gôri ... Ryu (voice)
Ichirô Nagai ... Yamazaki (voice)
Takeshi Aono ... Won (voice)
Issei Futamata ... Isozaki (voice)
Kimie Hantani Kimie Hantani ... Victim (voice)
Masato Hirano Masato Hirano ... Tech (voice)
Kazumi Tanaka Kazumi Tanaka ... Agent (voice)
Kôji Totani ... Thug (voice)
Yoshio Kawai Yoshio Kawai ... Thug (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Bull John Bull ... Ryu (Manga UK dub) (voice)
Jeff Harding ... Goku (Manga UK dub) (voice)
Hiroshi Kobayashi Hiroshi Kobayashi ... Col. Kadoma Zenzoh (voice)
Helene Kvale ... Yoshiko (Manga UK dub) (voice)
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Storyline

In the opening sequence, Goku takes on a sex trafficker with metal leg who's luring in naive pretty young women who believe that he's a top music producer who's looking for the next big thing. In the main storyline, a woman's brother has been turned into an extremely powerful and volatile cyborg. He needs special daily injections to stabilize his aggressive behavior, which have been growing progressively worse, as the injections are becoming less and less effective. If he continues to miss the injections, her brother will eventually permanently become an uncontrollable monster. Goku is hired by the sister to track the cyborg down before it's too late to bring him back from his crazed state. Using his eye terminal and cyber-staff weapon, Goku attempts to get to the bottom of how this all happened in the first place, and to try and find a way of preventing the brother from harming more innocent people. However, the cabal of top generals from Japan's Defense Force led by the cyborg's ... Written by Duke Togo

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TV-MA

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Fighting in the Danger
Performed by Yuki Katsuragi.
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22 December 1989 (Japan) See more »

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