- Acting for Two / Talking to Himself: Make them "acting for more than three!"
- Masami Kikuchi plays Hamada, Bird Bomber, and Jet Diver. Maybe Hamada served as Bird and Jet's voice library?
- Naoki Makishima is Mr. Osaka, Leo, Horn, Tri / Battle Bomber, and Police Diver. Most likely Mr. Osaka served as their voice library as well.
- As people are getting the notion that the above examples make sense, we unfortunately have to inform you that Ryotaro Okiayu voiced good guys and bad guys, and that Katsumi Suzuki is literally everywhere in Nouvelle Tokyo City.
- Living Prop: We bet nobody noticed Fumihiko Tachiki was swimming within the deep ocean of background characters, he wasn't new to the business, as he was already 11 years into voice acting by this series. He just hadn't met his destined character yet.
- Name's the Same: The show's opening is named "Arashi no Hero", translated to "Hero of the Storm". Since most westerners became more aware of this series around The New '10s, it's not that uncommon to see newbies mistake the song name as the Blizzard Entertainment Multiplayer Online Battle Arena game Heroes of the Storm, despite this series and song coming around twenty years before the game.
- Out of Character: Ryotaro Okiayu was still a newbie on the grill during this series,note so there are times where he couldn't hold his character. Such as how Chinja Rōsu's voice suddenly turned Bishounen while whispering to Sally in episode 30.
- Retroactive Recognition: Nobuyuki Hiyama. You probably already noticed that from his role as Guy Shishioh.
- Star-Making Role: In terms of his Hotblooded resume, Might was Hiyama's first principal role of his career.note And Might, back then, was such a successful character, Hiyama then continued to earn roles in the package of at least one-hero protagonist-per-year for the next 7 years straight!
- Likewise, this would actually be the first time both Hikaru Midorikawa and Akiko Yajima play a pair of Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl, until they played another pair with rather similar dynamic but much more widespread two years later.
- Super Robot Wars: With Sunrise and Takara breaking the ice over their licensing issue, Might Gaine, the most popular series of the entire Brave franchise note within the Japanese demographic, officially follows The King of Braves Gaogaigar's lead in becoming the second Brave Series entry in SRW history to make its debut with Super Robot Wars V, released in February 23, 2017. This move serves as a big statement from the 2 companies indicating the remaining 6 series from the Brave franchise will have the opportunity to join the world of Super Robot Wars in the future. By surprise, Might Gaine made a consecutive appearance in X, which includes the Joint Dragon Fire attack that was missing in V, only unlike the show, Black Might Gaine gets in on it! It appears again in T, this time along with GaoGaiGar.
- ¡Three Amigos! / True Companions / Relationship Voice Actor:
- The now renown high-profile voice actors Nobuyuki Hiyama (Might Senpuuji) Hikaru Midorikawa (Joe Rival) nailed the industry standard with their portrayals of The Hero, and The Rival starting from this series. Both Hiyama and Midorikawa would constantly end up in this Hero vs. Rival relationship whenever cast together for the majority of their careers.
- Ryotaro Okiayu (Fire Diver/Guard Diver/Chinja Rōsu) on the other hand, even though his roles are small in this series, became noticed to have the potential to play different characters without going unnoticed due to his unique voice. Year 1993 was his breakthrough year by simultaneously bursting from Might Gaine, Shippu! Iron Leaguer, and Slam Dunk.
- With the announcement of The Brave Express Might Gaine getting it's debut within Super Robot Wars V, Hiyama, along with Midorikawa and Okiayu confirmed together that the three of them first worked together in Might Gaine; and mentioned how their Might Gaine reprisal for SRWV is considered as their form of classmate reunion. The three actors also used the opportunity to reminisce their experience from Might Gaine .note
- Hikaru Midorikawa even shared a story about it during the same SRWV announcement event above; Midorikawa, who met with Hiyama for the first time in Might Gaine, confessed that he was weary of the thought of working on Might Gaine with him based on Hiyama's back-in-the-day Death Glare profile picture impression, and thought he might be some terrifying dude who would break him to pieces. But as he realized upon meeting him in person, Hiyama was a swell fun kind of guy to be friends with.Midorikawa: "He's such a fun guy, I love him."
- What Could Have Been: Might's character designer originally set Might to be a slightly-older Long-Haired Pretty Boy teen with his hair length at around the shoulders. But her higher ups feared that the look would give the audience a negative impression of him, so she had no choice but to cut his hair and drop his age a few years; smart for her, she managed to slip in longer hair bangs for him.
Trivia / The Brave Express Might Gaine