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Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs: The Game – Neues “Making of Ramrod” Video veröffentlicht und zeigt die Entstehung von Ramrod und wie er aussehen wird. Hoch damit, und raus mit ihnen! Volle Energie – und fertig ist die Ramrod-​Infanterie!“ Dabei hört man im Hintergrund immer die typische Saber-Rider-​Melodie. von Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "Saber Rider Toys". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Berechtigt zum kostenfreien Versand.

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Die Kultszene aus den Saber Rider Folgen. Sie ist die Tochter des Oberkommandanten und hat das Raumschiff Ramrod mitentwickelt. Ähnlich wie Saber Rider verfügt sie über ein Roboterpferd namens​. Hoch damit, und raus mit ihnen! Volle Energie – und fertig ist die Ramrod-​Infanterie!“ Dabei hört man im Hintergrund immer die typische Saber-Rider-​Melodie. Ihr habt euch schon immer gefragt, was es alles von Saber Rider gibt. Hier seht ihr es. Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs: The Game – Neues “Making of Ramrod” Video veröffentlicht und zeigt die Entstehung von Ramrod und wie er aussehen wird. von Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "Saber Rider Toys". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Berechtigt zum kostenfreien Versand. Saber Rider und April werden auf den Planeten Yuma geschickt um das neue Projekt Ramrod vor den Outridern geheim zu halten. Dort angekommen, treffen.

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von Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "Saber Rider Toys". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Berechtigt zum kostenfreien Versand. Hoch damit, und raus mit ihnen! Volle Energie – und fertig ist die Ramrod-​Infanterie!“ Dabei hört man im Hintergrund immer die typische Saber-Rider-​Melodie. Ihr habt euch schon immer gefragt, was es alles von Saber Rider gibt. Hier seht ihr es. Saber Rider Ramrod

Today I want to show some early WIP footage of the first part of mission 1. This level and material is still being worked on and highly WIP!

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Tagged: saber rider and the star sheriffs , pixel art , Sega Dreamcast , Nintendo 3DS , indiegamedev , screenshotsaturday ,. In return, the American version offers more dialogue and puns compared to the Japanese version.

Based on some main characters, I would like to give a few examples for the changes in the characters. Fireball Shinji Hikari In the Japanese version, Fireball is an army pilot and is later promoted to lead of the Ramrod fighting ship due to his outstanding qualities.

He is a good friend of April Eagle's Mariann Louvre since school and takes part in car races in his free time.

Fireball is a good leader, but also a hotspur, who likes to solve problems on his own. In the American version, he is a professional race driver.

By accident, he gets to know Saber Rider, Colt and April in the beginning of the series and is made a Ramrod pilot and Star Sheriff by some pieces of luck.

He was stripped off the leader-rank, though, and he is officially called the "youngest" in the team. This disempowerment changes little in Fireballs' characteristic role in the series.

Saber Rider Richard Lancelot Saber Rider is the oldest, most mature and calmest main character, He is basically the "thinker" with most experience, who acts well-considered and provides his colleagues with useful information all the time.

In the Japanese version, he works for the British secret service. Due to his skills in the field of intelligence services, he is deputized to a member of the Ramrod team by the government of the planet Yuma.

In the American version, he is a "Star Sheriff"-agent and supposed to guard the fighting ship Ramrod from the outriders. Due to his rank, he was made the ship's captain and the team's leader much earlier.

Saber Rider's leadership is one of the biggest changes in the series. There were more changes needed to make Saber Rider's leadership believable. The new title song was dedicated to Saber Rider.

Saber Rider works as a narrator. In the first episode, he starts off the series like a story by telling the audience the story.

He also begins many episodes with a monologue and ends them in this way, too. By this, he has some authority over the audience and is more easily accepted as a leader.

Orders and instructions from Fireball were often removed and replaced with orders and instructions from Saber Rider. When Saber Rider is not shown for a longer time period, scenes of him were implemented into the series.

Even though Saber Rider is almost always standing apart or not seen at all, he is talked to as often as possible because of his new rank, and he gives orders from the background.

It is probable that an experienced and prudent character like Saber Rider is more fitting to direct a team and lead it with well-thought-out decisions.

Young hothead Fireball is missing this role model-function since he always acts spontaneously and is ready to get into dangerous situations.

Despite the extensive changes, Fireball's original position could not completely be suppressed, he is too dominant for that.

Most of the time, he takes the lead in discussions and always wants to have the last word. Also, he is standing in the front all the time, which confirms his leading role.

Colt Bill Willcox On first sight, the cowboy was changed hardly at all. In both versions, he is a former headhunter with a loose mouth, a weakness for women and a talent for putting a foot in it.

He is also an excellent marksman. Since his parents were killed by the outriders, he has devoted himself to fight them.

In the Japanese version, Colt acts much more hate-filled, aggressive and willing to use violence against the outriders compared to the American version, where his parents' deaths are merely hinted at.

There are prominent changes in Colt's introduction in the series. In the Japanese version, he is supposed to find Fireball as a headhunter, hired by the government.

It is finally revealed that Colt is supposed to become a member of the Ramrod team along Fireball, Saber Rider and April. In the American version, he is headhunter the outrider spy Vanquo and only accidently meets the other main characters.

Together with Fireball, he is made a member of the team and a Star Sheriff, due to a chain of lucky events.

In the Japanese version, she is merely 15 years old and is therefore acting more childish and sensitive than the other characters.

In the American version, she is depicted much more mature and adult. In both versions, she is agent and navigator of the Ramrod.

In the American version, she was also made a scientist and Ramrod's developer. In the Japanese version, those are actually her father's jobs.

Commander Eagle Dr. Charles Louvre April's father is one of the characters that wasn't changed as much as the others.

In the Japanese version he's the general secretary and thus the most important representative of the "Solar System Confederation", which does not exist in the American version.

This confederation is an assembly of those planets of the solar system which are occupied by humans and thus is probably comparable to the UNO.

Additionally, Eagle in the Japanese version is a scientist who developed and develops the Ramrod Bismark battleship. In the American version, Eagle is one of the highest ranking officers of the "Cavalry Command", the most important army command of the "New Frontier" i.

At the same time he's the head of a peace initiative and actively comes through for peace. Jesse Blue Perios The Star Sheriff's arch enemy is the character who was changed the most in the series.

In the American version, he is an arrogant Star Sheriff cadet, who falls in love with April eagle, but is rejected by her. Due to his hurt pride over this rejection, he defects to the outriders and starts fighting the Star Sheriffs.

This way, he wants to prove April that he is better than everyone else and she should have never rejected him.

In the Japanese version, Jesse Blue is no human, but a slick, high-rank outrider who fights the Star Sheriffs only because they are in the outriders' way.

WEP must be applauded here. Compared to the Japanese version, they managed to change the character of Jesse Blue positively. He is much more complex and interesting, since his fight against the Star Sheriffs is no order, but a personal campaign.

Jesse's new background story is told in two of the six additionally produced episodes "Cavalry Command" and "Jesse's revenge".

The Outriders The fact that the Outriders are vapor creatures is not the only thing that was changed about them in the US Version. In the Japanese Version, the Outriders are clever yet brutal aliens.

Under the regime of their leader Nemesis Hyuza they want to conquer the human solar system and extinguish its inhabitants. Because all of the violent scenes were censored in the US Version, the Outriders seem a lot less gruesome and threatening.

Nemesis is the head of the Outriders who follow him loyally. His role in the series is kept rather simple, he mostly orders things to be done and then looks after their execution.

His dark voice and threatening appearance make him a perfect leader. In the US Version, the boss of the phantoms was given a rather comical edge because Nemesis seems to be permanently bored and always needs to talk about it.

The Star Sheriff Dimension is completely different, they know how to have fun, we don't. The funny nick names his own people sometimes give him also do not exactly show respect towards their head of state.

Revenge and Colonization vs. Fun and Boredom The last aspect which makes the Outriders seem ridiculous are their motives why they fight against the humans.

In the Japanese Version, their home planet is completely destroyed and exploited so they are looking for new planets to live on, which they have to conquer first.

Nemesis also wants revenge for his first defeat. In the US Version, the motives are partially contradictionary and most of all not very credible.

In contrast to the original, the Outriders do not know human feelings. As Nemesis is permanently bored, the Outriders are waging war against the humans in order to have fun respectively to learn what fun is.

Eventually the Outriders are running low on energy towards the end of the series and they then try to conquer a new planet in order to serure their survival.

When watching the WEP episodes, the different drawing style is obvious. Everything seems more edgy than in the Japanese Version.

April's appearance is also different, she is wearing lipstick only in the WEP episodes. Of course, they had the best possibility to do so in their own episodes.

The six episodes are almost completely settled in this theme. In order to fulfill his role as leader, Saber Rider is the main character in all of the WEP episodes.

He has the most screentime and solves the most difficult problems on his own just as Fireball does in the Japanese Version.

Almost always, April Eagle is with him. Being more passive in the original episodes, she takes an active part in the action sequences.

On the other hand, Fireball and Colt cannot be seen that often. I would also like to talk a bit about the relationship between Saber Rider and April.

In the original episodes, she is only interested in Fireball and eventually they are together. When Saber Rider flies to his parents after he received an emergency call, April secretly follows him and then is pretty embarassed when Saber Rider finds out.

Shortly afterwards, he saves her. She instantly tries to kiss him, but he does not want to. The WEP were also used to underline the vapor nature of the Outriders.

For this, the spy Vanquo reappears in in almost every episode only to be defeated and to disappear to the Vapor Zone.

In the already mentioned double episode, the background story of the character Jesse Blue is being told. He is a cadet in the Cavalry Command barracks and falls in love with April Eagle, to whom he confesses his love.

When she rejects him, he is getting a bit impulsive and is being temporarily suspended for that.

Very hurt, he leaves the fort, joins some criminals and tries to raid the CC. From this point on, he is fleeing from the Star Sheriffs and eventually joins the Outriders.

It is worth to mention that the appearance of the bandits also is some kind of minimization because the head of the bandits is a mixture between human and wolf whereas one of the gangsters is a tiger in a cowboy outfit.

Lastly I would like to mention that in the WEP episodes there is no single fight between Ramrod and a renegade although these were usually were the highlight of almost every episode.

We can now only speculate about the reasons for this. These episodes generally do not contain anything that cannot be seen in the other ones.

If we have a look at the methods by which the other episodes were converted, it seems obvious that these could have been applied to these five episodes as well.

As these episodes were made to fit into the Saber Rider series, the usual changes apply here as well, e. The names were changed as well, however, this does not apply to those names that can exclusively be found in these episodes as they remained unchanged.

In every other aspect, these episodes remained untouched. These are the names of the Japanese episodes in brackets their translation to English.

The episode numbers refer to the original order. In principle they do not include anything that was shown in any of the other episodes.

They did not only fulfill the fans' but also the dubbers' dream. For the German version they were able to get almost all of the original dubbers.

The Japanese opening was replaced with the American opening. However, the episodes do without the preview videos of the American version.

The Japanese end credits were replaced with new end credits that were compiled for the Lost Episodes. The original music of the American version can also be heard here.

Images can be seen in this report. The eyecathers were deleted. The audio was entirely re-done and includes the original Saber Rider music composed by Dale Schacker.

The Japanese title screen was deleted. However, they didn't include their own title screen. The Japanese names were replaced with the American names.

However, they almost only changed those names that were part of the WEP episodes. Most of the other names remained unchanged, e.

A few names were replaced by new ones by Anime House since they either sounded strange or didn't fit to Saber Rider. Apart from that, the Lost Episodes are entirely uncut and the plot remained unchanged.

Thus there won't be any reports for these episodes. Plot There is not much left to say about the changed storyline.

The already mentioned changes had of course a big impact. The main events and developments are still the same, but the changes and the censorship took their toll.

A good example is the different story of Jesse Blue. In the US Version he talks about his love April Blue all the time, which he, of course, does not in the original as he barely knows her.

Through such adaptions, a lot of scenes' meaning was changed partially or completely. However, some of the changes that were made in certain scenes are not related to any of these adaptions or censoorship.

While they do this, they are being ambushed by the Outriders. On the way to the base they are being ambushed by the Outriders.

Changed Episode Chronology WEP did not only produce 6 new episodes and leave 5 of the original ones out, they also changed the original order of the episodes.

This is not a problem generally as most episodes stand on their own and are not connected to others. Up to a certain point, a shuffling of the episodes is unproblematic, but the question for the reasons remains.

After all, it would have been possible to keep the original chronology and just insert their own episodes in the right places.

A possible reason is the series' storyboard. In first two thirds, only Commander Gattler appears as the Star Sheriffs' foe, whereas he is completely replaced by Jessy Blue in the last third.

Maybe WEP wanted to give the series a bit more variation by alternating the villains the Star Sheriffs hae to fight agains. However, they made two small mistakes which produced rather severe logical errors: 1.

This episode was placed before a lot of episodes in which Commander Eagle can be seen doing his regular job. That is, in the original chronology.

In the US Version of the series, he has several more appearances afterwards, which is rather confusing. Various Cuts Besides the cuts due to censorship, WEP removed a lot of other things for reasons which are unknown for the regular viewer.

For example, they quite often removed scenes in which new locations or buildings are shown and introduced to the story.

Dialogs are frequently shortened as well, probably to adapt the lips movement to the new synchronisation. Cuts were also used to correct some mistakes like micro black screens.

In average, the Saber Rider episodes are two minutes shorter than their Japanese equivalents. They were probably made fit into the time schedules of Western TV stations.

Inserted Scenes WEP has not only removed but also inserted scenes into the series, for example the transformation sequence. Quite often, new dialog was given to Saber Rider in order to underline his role as the leader of the group.

In some of the scenes without a lot of dialog, e. WEP also inserted new transitions between scenes.

The Japanese episodes feature those a lot less or not at all. Of special importance is the saber transition, which was created using Saber Rider's weapon.

Saber Transition: Other Scene Transitions: The Ramrod Transformation Sequence One thing a lot of cartoon series have in common are certain sequences which can be seen in almost every episode.

These are mostly transformation sequences of the main characters or their vehicles. These scenes usually have some catchy music or some easily recognizable dialog and quite often are the highlights of the episodes and key factors for a loyal fanbase.

The Japanese series features several versions of this sequence, most of the time a shortened Version can be seen. Für die Serie wurden die gleichen Sprecher von damals verwendet.

Anders als zu vielen anderen Fernsehserien gab es zu Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs bislang keine Videospieladaptionen. Dieser Artikel oder nachfolgende Abschnitt ist nicht hinreichend mit Belegen beispielsweise Einzelnachweisen ausgestattet.

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Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Deutscher Titel. Saber Rider und die Starsheriffs. Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs.

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Doch kommt es immer wieder zu Angriffen extradimensionaler, menschenähnlicher Wesen auf die Kolonisten, vor allem in den Randgebieten der Föderation. Ab dem Jahr gab es diverse Veröffentlichungen der Serie, teilweise auch als Sammleredition. Jahr e. Weitergabe und Vervielfältigung der Documenta Stadt, auch in Teilen, ist ohne vorherige Hereditary nicht gestattet. Mittlerweile sind da über Teile zusammen gekommen, teils Kirsten Bell vorhanden aber auch als Teil von bestehenden Sets. Veröffentlicht Saber Rider Ramrod Saber Rider Ramrod

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However, it was not as successful because it did not really stand out against the mass of anime series at the time.

A short plot extract: It is the year Mankind has leath earth and started colonizing the planets of the solar system. The federation of the planets gets together all their forces and can hardly fight the invaders back.

The Federation this time cannot protect all the planet's inhabitants who are unable to defend themselves.

The scienties and general secretary of the federation, Dr. A team consisting of four specialists is supposed to steer it: The 17 years old pilot Shinji Hikari from Japan, 16 years old head hunter Bill Willcox from the US, 18 years old agent Richard Lancelot from Scotland and the 15 years old Marianne Louvre from France, the scientist's daughter.

The production company based in St. Louis Missouri adapted the series to their home market and published it under the new name Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs.

Violent and morally quiestionable scenes were cut or their dialog changed. The plot, characters and soundtrack were replaced and assimilated to the American culture.

WEP also only published 46 of the series 51 episodes but produced 6 new episodes instead. One of the main factors in the adaption was the underlining of the Wild West theme.

How and why the series was changed so massively, is to be discussed in the following. Additionally, connections to the real world were cut and the story was moved out of our solar system.

The most important nacmes are: Note: From now on I will only use the names from Saber Rider as it is the more popular version. Especially foreign elements as symbols or names are changed because they might seem strange to the viewer.

In this case, however, this affects mostly the names see last paragraph. Soundtrack One of the most striking changes aimed at giving the series the Western flair was the newly arranged and partially rewritten soundtrack, responsible for this is the US composer Dale Schacker.

For example, he completely rewrote the intro music. This main theme was replaced in some other countries, e. The sound effects had to be newly created as well because they were on the same audio channel as the soundtrack.

Details about this can be read in article about the first episode. Episode Previews There are short previews to the next episode in both versions.

The Japanese Version shows the preview after the Outro and it is the characters who comment on it. In the US Version it is part of the Outro and there is a narrator saying something about the preview.

Episode titles In the Japanese Version, the episode title is being displayed in an additional shot between the intro and the episode.

The US Version, however, features a title overlay at the beginning of each episode. Eyecatcher The eyecatchers are two short sequences accompanied by a jingle which were used before and commercial brakes in Japan.

They were also included on the Japanese box set. The American version doesn't have these sequences.

Eyecatcher 1 Eyecatcher 2 From epsiode 33 onwards, the eyecatcher sequences were revised. A little blood, death and promiscuity are no problem for the young Japanese, resp.

Unlike in America or Europe, where scenes of this kind have no place in children's shows. WEP used two methods for this.

Aside from the simple cutting of scenes, the "verbal cutting" was done on a large scale. The characters were made saying fitting words during the dubbing to belittle questionable scenes without having to cut every single time.

WEP censored in a way that there is not a single living being losing their life in the entire series. Some of the used censorings may come across as ridiculous.

Something basic concerning the verbal censoring. Basically, this kind of censoring was done to a huge part of all the dialogue, meaning that all dialogue was "toned down" and harsh language, cursing etc.

In the following, you find a listing of the common censorings. Violent scenes against the outriders Most violent scenes agains the outriders were censored by the dubbing.

Since there are countless outriders killed in each episode, WEP couldn't simply cut this all the time, but had to use verbal censoring.

The outriders are shown as "vapor creatures" in the American version, that don't die, but are teleported to their home planet, the so called "Vapor Zone".

This censoring benefits from the fact that the outriders disintegrate even in the Japanese version after their deaths. Almost every time an outrider is killed, there is dialogue heard in Saber Rider, like: "Back into the Vapor Zone!

In that case, it doesn't matter how many of them get killed. They return to their planet and attack again. Despite this clever censoring-method, additionally there were the most violent parts were cut.

For example: 1. An outrider's arm is sliced off with a sword. An outrider is shot in the head and black blood flows out.

Violent scenes against humans Nearly all the scenes during which people are visibly being shot, hit or blown up, have been removed from the series.

Other scenes were belittled with the verbal censoring. In these cases, the outriders use weapons that don't kill people, but merely tranquilize them.

This is shown nicely in dialogues like "set your guns to tranquilizing". We've evacuated them as soon as the first signs of Nemesis' fleet have shown up on radar.

All the scenes that seemed in any way questionable and immoral, were cut or censored via dubbing, just like the violent scenes.

Among others, these are: Emotional scenes aggressive behavior, outbursts of fury, sadness, tears and the like Example 1: A person bursts out in anger and curses.

Example 2: A person starts crying and talks with a desperate expression in the voice. Censoring: Scenes like these were mostly belittled or completely purged by the dubbing, by having the respective person just speak "normally".

It has to be mentioned that solely by the pure violence censorings, many emotional scenes have become obsolete and therefore had to be censored, as well.

When, for example, a person's death was cut out, the sadness about that also dropped. The scene became redundant that way.

A good indication for censorings like this are scenes in which a character has visibly tears in their eyes, but still talks normally. Consumption of alcohol Example: The people are having a glass of wine.

Example of censoring: The "wine" is changed into "cactus-" or "guava-juice" by dubbing. Violence against children Example: A father hits his son as a punishment.

Example of censoring: Such, rather rare scenes have simply been removed. Children with guns Example: A child carries a gun and uses it, too.

Example of censoring: The real gun was turned into a "toy gun" by dubbing. The use of the weapon has been removed. Plot scenes with doubtful content Example: One of the main chaaracters plays russian roulette with a prisoner.

He shouts angrily at the prisoner as he does that. Example of censoring: A large part of the scene was cut out and the rest simply dubbed with a pointless dialogue, so the russian roulette is virtually gone.

Censored Images Rarely there are some minor censorships regarding certain images. For this, the individual images were censored without having to cut them out.

This was done by changing the image section so that the problematic part of the image was no longer visible. Most scenes which show the inside of the church display a huge cross on the altar.

Since they didn't want to cut all of these sequences or replace it with alternative footage, they simply altered the image section so that the cross is no longer visible.

The list of differences is long. Apart from the earlier mentioned change of names, the characters' background have often been changed: e.

For censoring reasons, all the support characters who died in the Japanese version, had to be kept alive, too.

These are not all changes, though. This leads to the characters coming across as less authentic considering their feelings, because part of their humanity has been taken away.

In return, the American version offers more dialogue and puns compared to the Japanese version. Based on some main characters, I would like to give a few examples for the changes in the characters.

Fireball Shinji Hikari In the Japanese version, Fireball is an army pilot and is later promoted to lead of the Ramrod fighting ship due to his outstanding qualities.

He is a good friend of April Eagle's Mariann Louvre since school and takes part in car races in his free time.

Fireball is a good leader, but also a hotspur, who likes to solve problems on his own. In the American version, he is a professional race driver.

By accident, he gets to know Saber Rider, Colt and April in the beginning of the series and is made a Ramrod pilot and Star Sheriff by some pieces of luck.

He was stripped off the leader-rank, though, and he is officially called the "youngest" in the team. This disempowerment changes little in Fireballs' characteristic role in the series.

Saber Rider Richard Lancelot Saber Rider is the oldest, most mature and calmest main character, He is basically the "thinker" with most experience, who acts well-considered and provides his colleagues with useful information all the time.

In the Japanese version, he works for the British secret service. Due to his skills in the field of intelligence services, he is deputized to a member of the Ramrod team by the government of the planet Yuma.

In the American version, he is a "Star Sheriff"-agent and supposed to guard the fighting ship Ramrod from the outriders. Due to his rank, he was made the ship's captain and the team's leader much earlier.

Saber Rider's leadership is one of the biggest changes in the series. There were more changes needed to make Saber Rider's leadership believable.

The new title song was dedicated to Saber Rider. Saber Rider works as a narrator. In the first episode, he starts off the series like a story by telling the audience the story.

He also begins many episodes with a monologue and ends them in this way, too. By this, he has some authority over the audience and is more easily accepted as a leader.

Orders and instructions from Fireball were often removed and replaced with orders and instructions from Saber Rider.

When Saber Rider is not shown for a longer time period, scenes of him were implemented into the series. Even though Saber Rider is almost always standing apart or not seen at all, he is talked to as often as possible because of his new rank, and he gives orders from the background.

It is probable that an experienced and prudent character like Saber Rider is more fitting to direct a team and lead it with well-thought-out decisions.

Young hothead Fireball is missing this role model-function since he always acts spontaneously and is ready to get into dangerous situations.

Despite the extensive changes, Fireball's original position could not completely be suppressed, he is too dominant for that. Most of the time, he takes the lead in discussions and always wants to have the last word.

Also, he is standing in the front all the time, which confirms his leading role. Colt Bill Willcox On first sight, the cowboy was changed hardly at all.

In both versions, he is a former headhunter with a loose mouth, a weakness for women and a talent for putting a foot in it. He is also an excellent marksman.

Since his parents were killed by the outriders, he has devoted himself to fight them. In the Japanese version, Colt acts much more hate-filled, aggressive and willing to use violence against the outriders compared to the American version, where his parents' deaths are merely hinted at.

There are prominent changes in Colt's introduction in the series. In the Japanese version, he is supposed to find Fireball as a headhunter, hired by the government.

It is finally revealed that Colt is supposed to become a member of the Ramrod team along Fireball, Saber Rider and April.

In the American version, he is headhunter the outrider spy Vanquo and only accidently meets the other main characters. Together with Fireball, he is made a member of the team and a Star Sheriff, due to a chain of lucky events.

In the Japanese version, she is merely 15 years old and is therefore acting more childish and sensitive than the other characters.

In the American version, she is depicted much more mature and adult. In both versions, she is agent and navigator of the Ramrod. In the American version, she was also made a scientist and Ramrod's developer.

In the Japanese version, those are actually her father's jobs. Commander Eagle Dr. Charles Louvre April's father is one of the characters that wasn't changed as much as the others.

In the Japanese version he's the general secretary and thus the most important representative of the "Solar System Confederation", which does not exist in the American version.

This confederation is an assembly of those planets of the solar system which are occupied by humans and thus is probably comparable to the UNO.

Additionally, Eagle in the Japanese version is a scientist who developed and develops the Ramrod Bismark battleship. In the American version, Eagle is one of the highest ranking officers of the "Cavalry Command", the most important army command of the "New Frontier" i.

At the same time he's the head of a peace initiative and actively comes through for peace. Jesse Blue Perios The Star Sheriff's arch enemy is the character who was changed the most in the series.

In the American version, he is an arrogant Star Sheriff cadet, who falls in love with April eagle, but is rejected by her. Due to his hurt pride over this rejection, he defects to the outriders and starts fighting the Star Sheriffs.

This way, he wants to prove April that he is better than everyone else and she should have never rejected him.

In the Japanese version, Jesse Blue is no human, but a slick, high-rank outrider who fights the Star Sheriffs only because they are in the outriders' way.

WEP must be applauded here. Compared to the Japanese version, they managed to change the character of Jesse Blue positively.

He is much more complex and interesting, since his fight against the Star Sheriffs is no order, but a personal campaign.

Jesse's new background story is told in two of the six additionally produced episodes "Cavalry Command" and "Jesse's revenge".

The Outriders The fact that the Outriders are vapor creatures is not the only thing that was changed about them in the US Version. In the Japanese Version, the Outriders are clever yet brutal aliens.

Under the regime of their leader Nemesis Hyuza they want to conquer the human solar system and extinguish its inhabitants.

Because all of the violent scenes were censored in the US Version, the Outriders seem a lot less gruesome and threatening. Nemesis is the head of the Outriders who follow him loyally.

His role in the series is kept rather simple, he mostly orders things to be done and then looks after their execution.

His dark voice and threatening appearance make him a perfect leader. In the US Version, the boss of the phantoms was given a rather comical edge because Nemesis seems to be permanently bored and always needs to talk about it.

The Star Sheriff Dimension is completely different, they know how to have fun, we don't. The funny nick names his own people sometimes give him also do not exactly show respect towards their head of state.

Revenge and Colonization vs. Fun and Boredom The last aspect which makes the Outriders seem ridiculous are their motives why they fight against the humans.

In the Japanese Version, their home planet is completely destroyed and exploited so they are looking for new planets to live on, which they have to conquer first.

Nemesis also wants revenge for his first defeat. In the US Version, the motives are partially contradictionary and most of all not very credible.

In contrast to the original, the Outriders do not know human feelings. As Nemesis is permanently bored, the Outriders are waging war against the humans in order to have fun respectively to learn what fun is.

Eventually the Outriders are running low on energy towards the end of the series and they then try to conquer a new planet in order to serure their survival.

The program's music score was composed by Dale Schacker, who was given complete artistic freedom in his composition of the whole score.

The score features guitar based music in a fast, rhythmic, yet very fashionable Country Western style. Despite the fact that the music uses synthpop elements, its predominant instrument is the electric guitar rather than a synthesizer, creating a unique sound.

Just like a Western movie score, the music is sometimes enriched by whip cracks, rattle snake, harmonica or similar Western sound effects.

The music is also intentionally composed with a recurring musical theme, so that the show can be easily recognized, adding a sense of familiarity each time the show is viewed.

Despite this aspect, the music does not sound repetitious, since only key elements of the composition are repeated.

The opening and closing credits vocals were also sung by Schacker himself. The game is planned for multiple platforms, and is targeting for a release in Q3 for the primary formats after a successful funding campaign on Kickstarter.

Originally announced in , the game's development faced several problems, including the shuttering of the original developer Firehazard Studio. The head of development, Chris Strauss, originally worked on an earlier video game adaptation project, a 2D side-scrolling shooter initially planned for the Game Boy Advance , and later the Nintendo DS.

However, the original game was then scrapped due to notions that more "casual" games sold better on the Nintendo DS. A comic miniseries based on the show was released on March 16, The four-issue miniseries is a reboot of the show's premise in order to appeal for a new generation.

The miniseries is written by Mairghread Scott, and illustrated by Sendol Arts. Notes: An X indicates suggested viewing order of the six missing episodes in US dub and the five extra episodes in original Japanese version.

Several episodes were also released on VHS. The first of three DVD sets was released on November 18, A limited-edition box featuring the complete series as well as three tin figures was also released.

The entire Series is also available on Blu-ray. The First Volume was released on July 25, and the second on September 26, On July 11, , the anime-focused television channel Toku began airing the series, and months later, it was added to its Amazon Prime channel.

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