Linebarrels of Iron Review


Kouichi is a push-around for the class bullies, but he's convinced he is righteous. One day, a robot from space crashes on top of him, knocking him unconscious and covering him in blood ... but he barely notices, because when he wakes up, there's a hot naked chick next to him. So, naturally, Kouichi's first thoughts are to take her home and dress her in his sister's clothes.


It's a good thing, too, because soon their city is being destroyed, as giant robots invade! But Kouichi didn't get through that crash without any changes - he is now a super-powered Factor, able to summon forth his own giant robot "Linebarrel", simply by ... um ... groping the hot chick's breast. He single-handedly defeats the bad guys and declares himself the protector of the city!


If you're still with us after all that, then you're ready to watch Linebarrels of Iron, an old-school giant-robot anime. The tone of where everything revolves around a teenage boy's fantasy of empowerment, sexy girls, and giant robots will endure for many, many more episodes.


Why would a huge military organization put frightened children in charge of devastating war machines, when the nations of the world have standing armies with highly-trained troopers? Linebarrels' excuse is that these robots come from another dimension, and each one, er, mates for life by choosing the one pilot who can use it. The miracle of D-SOIL technology gives the pilots limited ability to tap into their robot's super-human speed, strength, and regeneration. But they also feel anything that happens to the robot, so there's lots of cries of pain as they suffer damage in battle.


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