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A single karate master is all that stands between beautiful women and a group of neo-Nazi rapists. Hellbent on revenge ever since the Gestapo murdered his father and sister, our hero pursues his quarry from the United States to the Amazon rainforests. Based on a manga by Ikki Kajiwara, creator of Karate-Crazy Life (with Jiro Tsunoda and Joya Kagemaru), this anime devotes equal screen time not only to the hero's flying fists of vengeance, but to questionable audience titillation in the form of the baddies' many crimes.
Nippon Hoso Kyokai, or Japan Broadcasting Corporation. Japan's public broadcaster, formed in 1925 by the integration of three radio stations, and subsequently offering television broadcasting from 1953. Japan's first TV channel, the conservative NHK has a large number of anime shows, most clustered around the lower age group-for NHK, cartoons generally remain "kid's stuff," and are used to entertain preschoolers. There are, however, notable exceptions, such as The Secret of Blue Water. NHK's sister channel NHK Educational often reaches older age groups, with shows such as Kasumin.