Welcome! A lot of new people are stopping by, so I thought this post would be appropriate.
No doubt you’re here, because you (much like myself) are interested in watching Battle Fever J.
You can go over to my Downloads page for individual episodes, or you can grab the two halves of the series via torrent below in the format of your choosing (so long as the format is MP4 or MKV).
Torrents at AniDex (added on 2 May 2017)
A few notes about this version of the show:
- The subtitles are taken from the old Hawaiian broadcasts.
- They were far from perfect, and as a result are still far from perfect.
- I’ve tried to fill in the gaps as best I can, but with zero ability in Japanese, I only have context to go off of.
- Yes, I put in some of my own humour from time to time. I usually do this when lines are really bad, make no sense, or have not been translated at all.
- I do not do this for all lines that are really bad, make no sense, or haven’t been translated.
These subtitles are not intended for sale or profit. I’ve come across my subs being used on streaming sites with ads, and even DVD sets for sale. These do NOT benefit me or the original creators, so do not support them.
Any questions I’ve been asked two or three times will show up on my FAQ, and if you have any questions, ask them any time, either in the comments or via the contact form on my about page.
One question that does come up a lot is “Will you sub another series?” and as much as I’d love to, I don’t understand enough Japanese to do so. So really, unless the perfect storm (me caring about a show, the show being subtitled with poor video quality, good quality raws available for the show) hits again, the answer is no.
Sixth ranger? Pff, who needs a sixth ranger when you have General Kurama Tetsuzan.
EDIT: Seriously, watch this episode. It’s probably the best episode of the series. Also the video links are live for all videos up until this episode.
Battle Fever goes to the kid-well way too often for my tastes.
Internet update: Right now I’m at a friend’s place for Productivity Night, using their internet to post tonight instead of in the morning. For a hoot, you should read hers and her husband’s comics. My own home service should be restored on Friday.
If I need to, I’ll go to a local coffee shop on the weekend to post the last two episodes. Hopefully it won’t come to that. Though I do like a good hot chocolate.
This episode is so serious, there’s no roll call.
Okay, there’s one joke in here from me. You’ll know it when you see it.
But seriously, he wants to feel that pain, because it gave him hope.
Dun, Da-da-da-daaaaaaaaaa, dada-da-daaaaaaaa.
Like I mentioned in yesterday’s post, there was about seven minutes missing from the original, but the latter half is mostly intact, so it’s all good.
Today’s episode: Fun with Electricity and Paranoia!
Today, we learn the evils of studying.
I feel like I might have to fight this Study Monster myself, soon.
EDIT: Videos are up for 39 and 40. Enjoy your double-dose 🙂
The moral of the story: Go to your doctor when you feel ill, don’t go see Egos.
Also: The Robot Mynah is apparently named Kyutaro.
The monster looks a little bit ripped-off to me.
Egos has really been stepping up their plans.
I’d like to stress again that I am on-track for meeting my target date of August 31st.
That being said, I may take a day off to go to the beach at some point, so September 1st is a possibility too.
Regardless, the end is in sight for Battle Fever, and I can’t wait!
EDIT: Video files are now available in the Downloads section.
Posted a torrent of the MP4 versions of the first half of the show!
General Kurama Tetsuzan shows us who the real badass on the team is.
EDIT: Videos are up in the downloads section.