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Two Episode OVA of Mikiya Mochizuki manga about a group of seven reformed convicts who become a Counter-terrorist Motorcycle unit.

A team of seven killers from Death Row, led by a reform school escapee, is equipped with motorcycles and a license to terminate with extreme prejudice, Police Captain Kusanami showing touching but wholly unjustified faith in their ability to discriminate between bad guys and innocent bystanders. Their first assignment, bringing in a gang of bank robbers, turns into a running firefight through downtown Tokyo that piles taxpayers' bodies on the sidewalks. W7: Biker Knights followed in 1995. A shady politician and his crime-lord buddy decide to discredit our heroes even more by forming their own look-alike gang which will race through Tokyo and-here's the twist-kill innocent bystanders deliberately. Based on a 1969 manga by Mikiya Mochizuki, inspired by the Dirty Dozen (1967), and predating Cyber City Oedo 808, the anime version does its utmost to outgross Mad Bull 34, with which it also shares the same standard of writing and English dubbing-so bad it's almost good. Wild 7 Another (2002) was a TV version of the franchise, directed by Sumio Watanabe. The series also existed in a live-action variant, broadcast in 1972 (*DE). V

Episodes
Season/Ep# Name Airdate
1 - 2
Episode 2
02/21/1995
1 - 1
Episode 1
12/17/1994

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Series Credits
Person Name Episode Count
Kiyoshi Egami
1
Akira Takeuchi
1
Ginzo Choshiya
1

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Name Wild 7
Name: ワイルド7
Romaji: Wairudo Sebun
Publisher Tokuma Shoten
Start Year 1994
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