was an anime series aired from 1983 to 1984 in Japan. There were 43 episodes aired. Other loosely translated names include "Sasuraiger", "Galactic Gale Sasuraiger", "Galaxy Whirlwind Sasuraiger", "Wonder Six." It is the sequel to Baxinger and is the final member of the J9 Series.
The year is 2911 and the solar system consists of 50 planets. I.C
Blues, a casino gambler, makes a bet with the boss of a criminal
syndicate known as Bloody God that it is possible to navigate to
all 50 planets within the space of one year. Taking up the
challenge of I.C Blues is the JJ9 team
made up of Rocky, Beat and Birdy, who have purchased a super robot
capable of transforming into a train from the space merchant, D.D
Richman. This robot is Sasuraiger. As Blues and the JJ9 team start
the challenge, it soon becomes evident that the Bloody Syndicate
will do anything to ensure the JJ9 team loses the bet. Sasuraiger
will become the JJ9 team's best defense as they adventure across
The main robot Sasuraiger transform into a train to travel the
galaxy. The original concept was adopted from the novel
World in Eighty Days
. The names have a noticeable western
The Sasuraiger toy was released under the name Fast Track
in the Convertors
toy line in the U.S.
- Additional Directors
|Blues Carl Bernstein
||The leader of JJ9 team which controlled Sasuraiger.
||A marksman who was recruited by Blues to control Sasuraiger
||A lover of racing, he was assigned to be the pilot and
occasionally doubled as a mechanic.
||The daughter of the famous novelist Vincent Shaw.
||Suzy helped in the kitchen affair, though she and Jimmy are a
teenage pair who joined Sasuraiger to look for a planet that
permitted under-aged marriage.
|D. D. Richman
||The original owner of Sasuraiger, he hoped Blues and his
friends will make money for him.
||The police officer that relentlessly pursued the team,
suspecting them to be bank robbers.
- TV-83X Sasuraiger (J9-III go)
- Cosmo Shanker
- PRETTY-1 (Spiral Gyro)
- VI-C5 Birdrun
This is part 3 of the J-9
Trilogy Galaxy series
||Japanese Translated Name
||English Translated Name
||Ginga Senpuu Braiger
||Galactic Whirlwind Braiger
||Ginga Reppuu Baxinger
||Galactic Gale Baxinger
||Ginga Shippu Sasuraiger
||Galactic Hurricane Sasuraiger
The toy was originally called Batrain when released by Takatoku
. Interestingly, the Batrain stickers on
the model could be removed to reveal Sasuraiger stickers
The robot have been featured in video games such as Super Robot Wars
, Super Robot Wars GC
- The anime was available in Indonesia in the form of VHS and Betamax with the title
"Wonder Six". It was called this because there were 6 characters on
- Because of typos done by animator Japan, the Rock character
name was occasionally written as "Lock".