Cyborg 009 (1968) – Episode 14


006 speaks broken Japanese with a thick Chinese accent, and it’s tricky to get across his tortured grammar in the subtitles. I certainly don’t plan on taking it in a Benny Hill style “Me so solly, flied lice” direction.

This episode concerns this disappearance of the world’s first atomic supertanker (Professor Gilmore seems to think this is a great idea that will change the world). The villain of the piece claims to be the Old Testament prophet Moses, but I’m pretty sure the 8th commandment applies to jacking tankers.

Get it from AniDex, Mega or Userscloud.

Special thanks to Ramza! And be sure to check out Hokuto no Gun, our partners in this joint venture.

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14 Responses to Cyborg 009 (1968) – Episode 14

  1. pavermechanic says:

    Very nice, thank you for Cyborg 009!!! ^__^ Thanks for keeping old anime alive.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Aj says:

    TSHS was founded 20 years ago? πŸ˜›


  3. Giulio San says:

    Thankyou wery much now
    I can complete the translation
    for italian funs


  4. Matey says:

    This is good to see! This show is pretty inconsistent in its entertainment value, but some of the episodes have been really charming and fun to watch.


  5. tenchi says:

    can you please do a batch of all the cyborg 009 episodes you have done so far?


  6. Jojo says:

    Thanks! Where can I download the previous chapters?


  7. Huge fan of your work, and this series in particular. Are you still planning on translating the rest? You are so close to being done!

    Liked by 1 person

  8. judai says:

    WILL YOU GUYS continue with this work or have stop just curious


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