Riki-Oh 2: Child of Destruction Trailer

Riki-Oh 2: Child of Destruction Trailer (1990)

01 January 1990 Animated, Action, Foreign 45 mins

Riki finds himself in the town of Misaki, dotted with illegal nuclear power plants and run by a religious fanatic military organization called "God's Judgment." He is taken prisoner and made to fight in gladiatorial matches in a sprawling arena. He finds his brother, whose special powers have given him the name of "Savior," but his reunion with his resentful sibling turns sour rather quickly.

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Bin Shimada

as Riki-Oh


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