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* Creator/KoichiChiba: Veteran voice actor who was promoted as Voice Director for the ''Brave Series'' starting from ''Da-Garn'' all the way through ''[=GaoGaiGar=] FINAL'' [[AuthorExistenceFailure till his final breath]]. Known as the one who [[TheChooserOfTheOne cast]] the heroes and kid heroes--[[TheChosenOne notably]] Creator/NobuyukiHiyama.

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* Creator/KoichiChiba: Veteran voice actor who was promoted as Voice Director for the ''Brave Series'' starting from ''Da-Garn'' all the way through ''[=GaoGaiGar=] FINAL'' [[AuthorExistenceFailure [[DiedDuringProduction till his final breath]]. Known as the one who [[TheChooserOfTheOne cast]] the heroes and kid heroes--[[TheChosenOne notably]] Creator/NobuyukiHiyama.


A ninth series, ''The Saint of Braves Baan Gaan'', was planned but never produced. The material meant to be used in this canceled series was later recycled into the plots for the ''Brave Saga'' VideoGame and concepts from it later appeared in the unrelated SuperRobot anime ''Anime/GEARFighterDendoh'' (along with a few concepts from a planned ''[=GaoGaiGar=]'' sequel). There's also another video game, ''New Century Brave Wars'' (Which includes Might Gaine, J-Decker, Dagwon and Gaogaigar), which has it's own OriginalGeneration mech, ''Quantum Leap Rayserver''. Also, due to the OVA ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL Grand Glorious Gathering'' and various plans for said sequel, ''Anime/{{Betterman}}'' can be considered a spin-off of the franchise.

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A ninth series, ''The Saint of Braves Baan Gaan'', was planned but never produced. The material meant to be used in this canceled series was later recycled into the plots for the ''Brave Saga'' VideoGame and concepts from it later appeared in the unrelated SuperRobot anime ''Anime/GEARFighterDendoh'' (along with a few concepts from a planned ''[=GaoGaiGar=]'' sequel). There's also another video game, ''New Century Brave Wars'' (Which includes Might Gaine, J-Decker, Dagwon and Gaogaigar), which has it's own OriginalGeneration mech, ''Quantum Leap Rayserver''. Also, due to the OVA ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL Grand Glorious Gathering'' and various plans for said sequel, ''Anime/{{Betterman}}'' can be considered a spin-off of the franchise. The latter two would finally crossover with each other in ''Literature/KingOfKingsGaogaigarVSBetterman''.


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A ninth series, ''The Saint of Braves Baan Gaan'', was planned but never produced. The material meant to be used in this canceled series was later recycled into the plots for the ''Brave Saga'' VideoGame and concepts from it later appeared in the unrelated SuperRobot anime ''Anime/GEARFighterDendoh'' (along with a few concepts from a planned ''[=GaoGaiGar=]'' sequel). There's also another VideoGame ''Quantum Leap Rayserver''. Also, due to the OVA ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL Grand Glorious Gathering'' and various plans for said sequel, ''Anime/{{Betterman}}'' can be considered a spin-off of the franchise.

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A ninth series, ''The Saint of Braves Baan Gaan'', was planned but never produced. The material meant to be used in this canceled series was later recycled into the plots for the ''Brave Saga'' VideoGame and concepts from it later appeared in the unrelated SuperRobot anime ''Anime/GEARFighterDendoh'' (along with a few concepts from a planned ''[=GaoGaiGar=]'' sequel). There's also another VideoGame video game, ''New Century Brave Wars'' (Which includes Might Gaine, J-Decker, Dagwon and Gaogaigar), which has it's own OriginalGeneration mech, ''Quantum Leap Rayserver''. Also, due to the OVA ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL Grand Glorious Gathering'' and various plans for said sequel, ''Anime/{{Betterman}}'' can be considered a spin-off of the franchise.


* Creator/AtsukoIshida: Animation Supervisor (Animation Inspector) for 3 consecutive series of the franchise. [[note]] ''Da-Garn'', ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''.[[/note]] As well as Lead Character Designer for ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''. She would go on to be Animation Supervisor and Lead Character Designer for ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth''.

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* Creator/AtsukoIshida: Animation Supervisor (Animation Inspector) for 3 consecutive series of the franchise. [[note]] ''Da-Garn'', ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''.[[/note]] As well as Lead Chief Character Designer for ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''. She would go on to be Animation Supervisor and Lead Chief Character Designer for ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth''.


* Creator/ShowHayami: The only voice actor to be cast as the [[ProtagonistTitle Principal Robot]] more than once throughout the franchise. [[note]]Exkaiser and Da Garn.[[/note]]

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* Creator/ShowHayami: The only voice actor to be cast as the [[ProtagonistTitle Principal Robot]] more than once throughout the franchise. [[note]]Exkaiser and Da Garn.Da-Garn.[[/note]]


* Creator/AtsukoIshida: Animation Supervisor (Animation Inspector) for 3 consecutive series of the franchise. [[note]] ''Da Garn'', ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''.[[/note]] As well as Lead Character Designer for ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''. She would go on to be [=CoA=] and Lead Character Designer for ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth''.

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* Creator/AtsukoIshida: Animation Supervisor (Animation Inspector) for 3 consecutive series of the franchise. [[note]] ''Da Garn'', ''Da-Garn'', ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''.[[/note]] As well as Lead Character Designer for ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''. She would go on to be [=CoA=] Animation Supervisor and Lead Character Designer for ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth''.


* Creator/AtsukoIshida: Chief of Animation (Animation Inspector) for 3 consecutive series of the franchise. [[note]] ''Da Garn'', ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''.[[/note]] As well as Lead Character Designer for ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''. She would go on to be [=CoA=] and Lead Character Designer for ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth''.

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* Creator/AtsukoIshida: Chief of Animation Supervisor (Animation Inspector) for 3 consecutive series of the franchise. [[note]] ''Da Garn'', ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''.[[/note]] As well as Lead Character Designer for ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''. She would go on to be [=CoA=] and Lead Character Designer for ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth''.


* Creator/AtsukoIshida: Chief of Animation (Animation Inspector) for 3 consecutive series of the franchise. [[note]] ''Da Garn'', ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''.[[/note]] As well as Lead Character Designer for ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''. She would go on to be [=CoA=] and Lead Character Designer for ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth''.



* Creator/AtsukoIshida: Chief of Animation (Animation Inspector) for 3 consecutive series of the franchise. [[note]] ''Da Garn'', ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''.[[/note]] As well as Lead Character Designer for ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''. She would go on to be [=CoA=] and Lead Character Designer for ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth''.

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* Creator/AtsukoIshida: Chief of Animation (Animation Inspector) for 3 consecutive series of the franchise. [[note]] ''Da Garn'', ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''.[[/note]] As well as Lead Character Designer for ''Might Gaine'', and ''J-Decker''. She would go on to be [=CoA=] and Lead Character Designer for ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth''.


A ninth series, ''The Saint of Braves Baan Gaan'', was planned but never produced. However, development was so near completion that Sunrise considers material from it to be canonical. The material meant to be used in this canceled series was later recycled into the plots for the ''Brave Wars'' VideoGame ''Quantum Leap Rayserver'', and concepts from it later appeared in the unrelated SuperRobot anime ''Anime/GEARFighterDendoh'' (along with a few concepts from a planned ''[=GaoGaiGar=]'' sequel). Also, due to the OVA ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL Grand Glorious Gathering'' and various plans for said sequel, ''Anime/{{Betterman}}'' can be considered a spin-off of the franchise.

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A ninth series, ''The Saint of Braves Baan Gaan'', was planned but never produced. However, development was so near completion that Sunrise considers material from it to be canonical. The material meant to be used in this canceled series was later recycled into the plots for the ''Brave Wars'' Saga'' VideoGame ''Quantum Leap Rayserver'', and concepts from it later appeared in the unrelated SuperRobot anime ''Anime/GEARFighterDendoh'' (along with a few concepts from a planned ''[=GaoGaiGar=]'' sequel). There's also another VideoGame ''Quantum Leap Rayserver''. Also, due to the OVA ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL Grand Glorious Gathering'' and various plans for said sequel, ''Anime/{{Betterman}}'' can be considered a spin-off of the franchise.



** This concept has been played with amongst members of [[Anime/TheBraveExpressMightGaine The Brave Express Team]]. While [[TheHero Might]] [[TheFashionista Senpuuji]] managed to downplay this for himself,[[note]]He does don the color combo from time-to-time, but not prominent.[[/note]] people tend to forget his [[NonActionGuy non-action]] ''teammate'' Hamada wore the yellow/red combo in place of him via a yellow shirt with tiny red brand logo. If you pull back to see the whole picture, Might (when in his red combat vest) and Hamada (with his yellow shirt) completed the red / yellow combo as a unit together.

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** This concept has been played with amongst members of [[Anime/TheBraveExpressMightGaine The Brave Express Team]]. While [[TheHero Might]] [[TheFashionista Might Senpuuji]] managed to downplay this for himself,[[note]]He does don the color combo from time-to-time, but not prominent.[[/note]] people tend to forget his [[NonActionGuy non-action]] ''teammate'' Hamada wore the yellow/red combo in place of him via a yellow shirt with tiny red brand logo. If you pull back to see the whole picture, Might (when in his red combat vest) and Hamada (with his yellow shirt) completed the red / yellow combo as a unit together.



%% * KidHero: Either paired with [[BigBrotherInstinct Big Brother]] [[TheProtagonist Protagonist]], or stand alone.

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%% * KidHero: Either paired with [[BigBrotherInstinct Big Brother]] [[TheProtagonist Brother Protagonist]], or stand alone.


The ''Brave Series'' (or ''Yuusha Series'') is a toy and [[{{Anime}} animation]] franchise formed after toy company Takara decided to bring an end to animated "''[[Franchise/TransformersGeneration1 Generation 1]]''" ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' material in Japan, following a chilly reception to ''Transformers Victory'' and an overall decline in popularity, which also led to the cancellation of the OVA series ''Manga/TransformersZone''. Sensing that the coming [=90s=] kids of the Japanese market wanted something different (and wanting to make sure that they remained market-relevant), Takara struck a cooperative deal with the animation studio Creator/{{Sunrise}} (which had just recently become one of the most famous studios in Japan due to the explosive success of the ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' series) to develop a new franchise and set of toy lines, one that would also be separate from the (increasingly fraught and difficult) relationship Takara had developed with Hasbro. This would all lead to the development of the ''Brave Series'', a landmark SuperRobot series in the 1990s.

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The ''Brave Series'' (or ''Yuusha Series'') is a toy and [[{{Anime}} animation]] franchise formed after toy company Takara (now [=TakaraTomy=]) decided to bring an end to animated "''[[Franchise/TransformersGeneration1 Generation 1]]''" ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' material in Japan, following a chilly reception to ''Transformers Victory'' and an overall decline in popularity, which also led to the cancellation of the OVA series ''Manga/TransformersZone''. Sensing that the coming [=90s=] kids of the Japanese market wanted something different (and wanting to make sure that they remained market-relevant), Takara struck a cooperative deal with the animation studio Creator/{{Sunrise}} (which had just recently become one of the most famous studios in Japan due to the explosive success of the ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' series) to develop a new franchise and set of toy lines, one that would also be separate from the (increasingly fraught and difficult) relationship Takara had developed with Hasbro.Creator/{{Hasbro}}. This would all lead to the development of the ''Brave Series'', a landmark SuperRobot series in the 1990s.



A ninth series, ''The Saint Of Braves Baan Gaan'', was planned but never produced. However, development was so near completion that Sunrise considers material from it to be canonical. The material meant to be used in this canceled series was later recycled into the plots for the Brave Wars VideoGame ''Quantum Leap Rayserver'', and concepts from it later appeared in the unrelated SuperRobot anime ''Anime/GEARFighterDendoh'' (along with a few concepts from a planned ''[=GaoGaiGar=] sequel). Also, due to the OVA ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL Grand Glorious Gathering'' and various plans for said sequel, ''Anime/{{Betterman}}'' can be considered a spinoff of the franchise.

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A ninth series, ''The Saint Of of Braves Baan Gaan'', was planned but never produced. However, development was so near completion that Sunrise considers material from it to be canonical. The material meant to be used in this canceled series was later recycled into the plots for the Brave Wars ''Brave Wars'' VideoGame ''Quantum Leap Rayserver'', and concepts from it later appeared in the unrelated SuperRobot anime ''Anime/GEARFighterDendoh'' (along with a few concepts from a planned ''[=GaoGaiGar=] ''[=GaoGaiGar=]'' sequel). Also, due to the OVA ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL Grand Glorious Gathering'' and various plans for said sequel, ''Anime/{{Betterman}}'' can be considered a spinoff spin-off of the franchise.


* CoolCar: Naturally given the nature of this franchise. The police car in particular is usually assigned as the principal robot, [[SuperCop because nothing can surpass the police car when it comes to proclaiming "justice and peace!"]]

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* CoolCar: Naturally given the nature of this franchise. The police car in particular is usually assigned as the principal robot, [[SuperCop because nothing can surpass the police car when it comes to proclaiming "justice and peace!"]]peace!"]] Also has a side-effect of [[HeroStoleMyBike leaving local policemen dumbfounded that their police car just vanished out of nowhere.]]


* Creator/KoichiChiba: Veteran voice actor who was promoted as Voice Director for the ''Brave Series'' starting from ''Da-Garn'' all the way through ''[=GaoGaiGar=] FINAL'' [[AuthorExistenceFailure till his final breath]]. Known as the one who [[TheChooserOfTheOne casts]] the heroes and kid heroes--[[TheChosenOne notably]] Creator/NobuyukiHiyama.

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* Creator/KoichiChiba: Veteran voice actor who was promoted as Voice Director for the ''Brave Series'' starting from ''Da-Garn'' all the way through ''[=GaoGaiGar=] FINAL'' [[AuthorExistenceFailure till his final breath]]. Known as the one who [[TheChooserOfTheOne casts]] cast]] the heroes and kid heroes--[[TheChosenOne notably]] Creator/NobuyukiHiyama.


* Creator/KoichiChiba: Veteran voice actor who was promoted as Voice Director for the ''Brave Series'' starting from ''Da-Garn'' all the way through ''[=GaoGaiGar=] FINAL'' till his final breath. Known as the one who [[TheChooserOfTheOne casts]] the heroes and kid heroes--[[TheChosenOne notably]] Creator/NobuyukiHiyama.

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* Creator/KoichiChiba: Veteran voice actor who was promoted as Voice Director for the ''Brave Series'' starting from ''Da-Garn'' all the way through ''[=GaoGaiGar=] FINAL'' [[AuthorExistenceFailure till his final breath.breath]]. Known as the one who [[TheChooserOfTheOne casts]] the heroes and kid heroes--[[TheChosenOne notably]] Creator/NobuyukiHiyama.

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