Shinzo, known as Mushrambo in Japan is an anime series and the remake/reboot of Shinzo/Mushrambo.
In the 22nd century, a few years after WWV. Humanity was on the brink of extinction after the Enterrans slaughtered most of mankind. however, scientist Daigo Tatsuro put his daughter Yakumo in cryosleep in hopes she could revive humanity after decades. However, Yakumo woke up centuries after the invasion, only to find earth ruled by the Enterrans. When she woke up from her centuries long slumber, she was found by the Enterrans: Mushra, Sago and Kutal. All three have their personal reasons to go to a place called "Shinzo", the last place where humanity exists on earth. And together, the 4 go to Shinzo to bring peace between the remaining humans and the Enterrans.
After Cydon has been defeated, it seemed that the world will finally know peace. however, buried deep underground and thought to be nothing more than rumors. the Homunculus have been awoken from their 5 Century long slumber, and they set to revive humanity and restore it to its former glory. however, the Homunculus plot to exterminate the Enterrans in order to "achieve greatness" for mankind. After the Homunculi revealed their plans and unleashed their forces on the earth, the gang once again sets off to save the day.
- Yakumo Tatsuro (CV: Houko Kuwashima, Laura Bailey and Leah Clark) - the daughter of renowned scientist Daigo Tatsuro and the heroine of Seasons 1 and 2.
- Mushra (CV: Wataru Hatano, Johnny Yong Bosch and Matthew Mercer) - a humanoid Enterran who can control Fire in his Hyper Form.
- Sago (CV: Noriaki Sugiyama, Patrick Seitz and J. Michael Tatum) - a humanoid Enterran who can control Water in his Hyper Form.
- Kutal (CV: Takehito Koyasu, Dave Wittenberg and Mike McFarland) - a cat-humanoid Enterran who can control Earth in his Hyper Form.
- Hakuba (CV: Daiki Yamashita, Max Mittelman and Austin Tindle)
- Mushrambo (CV: Kenta Miyake, Matthew Mercer and Patrick Seitz)
- Ryuma (CV: Ryotaro Okiayu, David Vincent and Eric Vale) - the 3rd strongest of the Enterran generals who can control Wind/Air in his Hyper Form.
- Binka (CV: Ryoko Shiraishi, Cassandra Lee Morris and Shelley Calene-Black)
- King Nipper (CV: Hideyuki Tanaka, Dan Woren and Andy McAvin)
- Rei (CV: ? and ?)
- Sen (CV: ? and ?)
- Este (CV: ? and ?)
- Bolt (CV: ? and ?)
- Clip (CV: ? and ?)
- Chip (CV: ? and ?)
- Toggle (CV: ? and ?)
- Shiro (CV: Kenji Nomura and Chris Jai Alex)
- Kuro (CV: Hisao Egawa and Neil Kaplan)
- Sarah Goodman (CV: ? and ?)
- Tony Goodman (CV: ? and ?)
- John Kennedy (CV: ? and ?)
- Martin Luther King (CV: ? and Denzel Washington)
- Elvis Presley (CV: ? and Tom Wilson)
- Bruce Lee (CV: ? and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa)
- Malcolm Bates (CV: Ken Narita and Clancy Brown) - a professor from the early 22nd Century and Daigo's mentor. Born in 2050, Bates created the Enterrans while he was still in highschool.
- Loel (CV: Nozomu Sasaki and Phil LaMarr) - the last Enterran to be created by humans, Loel was created as a last resort after The Seven Enterran Generals wiped out 95% of humanity.
- B.U.T.C.H.E.R. (CV: Hiroki Yasumoto and Patrick Seitz)
- Abomination (CV: Koichi Yamadera and Michael Sorich)
Mooks and Big Bads
- Lanancuras (CV: Sho Hayami and Lex Lang) - a former Celestial who turned to the dark side by his own lust for power and the Big Bad of of Season 1. ages ago, after he has been corrupted by his ambition and greed, the other Celestials sealed him in an meteor that crashed on Earth around the beginning of the 22nd Century. however, the meteor that crashed leaked negative energy that corrupted the Seven Enterran Generals and made them commit genocide against mankind.
Seven Enterran Generals
- Mushrambo (CV: Kenta Miyake, Matthew Mercer and Patrick Seitz) - See Main Characters.
- Rusephine (CV: Kotono Mitsuishi, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn and Wendy Powell)
- Ryuma (CV: Ryotaro Okiayu, David Vincent and Eric Vale) - See Main Characters.
- Daku (CV: Akio Ōtsuka and Paul St. Peter)
- Franken (CV: Yuri Amano and Tiffany Grant)
- Kimylas (CV: Issei Futamata and Skip Stellrecht)
- Diehanger (CV: Fumihiko Tachiki and Michael Sorich)
Other Enterran Villains
- Gyasa (CV: Wataru Takagi and Derek Stephen Prince)
- Grandora (CV: Koichi Yamadera and Jamieson Price)
- Ungra (CV: Eri Kitamura and Lauren Landa)
- Waru (CV: Hiroki Yasumoto and Chris Tergliafera)
- Huntari (CV: Kōji Ishii and Richard Epcar)
- Caris (CV: Hiroki Takahashi and Marc Diraison)
- Gabriel (CV: Akira Ishida and Steve Staley)
- Katai (CV: Yasunori Masutani and John DeMita)
- Doctor Parasite (CV: Keiichi Nanba and John Snyder)
- Katris (CV: Rikiya Koyama and Kirk Thornton)
- Queen Bee-Ing (CV: Fumiko Orikasa and Tara Platt)
- Big Blue (CV: Tetsu Inada and Daran Norris)
- Bigger Blue (CV: Kiyoyuki Yanada and Gerald C. Rivers)
- Tombo (CV: Keiji Fujiwara and Keith Silverstein)
- Eilis (CV: Kosuke Toriumi and Doug Erholtz)
- Lunaria (CV: Shizuka Itō and Kari Wahlgren)
- Garizani (CV: Tessho Genda and Dave Mallow)
- Shiro (CV: Kenji Nomura and Chris Jai Alex) - See Supporting Characters.
- Kuro (CV: Hisao Egawa and Neil Kaplan) - See Supporting Characters.
Enterran Army Remainder
- Cydon (CV: Soichiro Hoshi and Jamieson Price) - The leader of the Celestial Gods and the Big Bad of of Season 1. ages ago, after he has been corrupted by his ambition and greed, the other Celestials sealed him in an meteor that crashed on Earth around the beginning of the 22nd Century. however, the meteor that crashed leaked negative energy that corrupted the Seven Enterran Generals and made them commit genocide against mankind.
- Blackdust (CV: Ryō Horikawa and Richard Cansino)
- Saegon (CV: Tomokazu Sugita and Chris Jai Alex)
- Vitokio (CV: Chisa Yokoyama and Kate Higgins)
- ? (CV: ? and ?)
- ? (CV: ? and ?)
- Rydon (CV: Daisuke Namikawa and Andrew Bowen) - Cydon's younger brother
- ? (CV: ? and ?)
- ? (CV: ? and ?)
- ? (CV: ? and ?)
Izanagi and his Cohorts
- Izanagi (CV: Unshō Ishizuka and Michael McConnohie) - the leader of the Homunculus and the Big Bad of the 1st half of Season 3.
- Izanami (CV: Mami Koyama and Wendee Lee) - Izanagi's sister and later, Susano-o's second in command.
- Susano-o (CV: Junichi Kanemaru and Vic Mignogna) - Izanagi's second in command and the Big Bad of the 2nd half of Season 3.
- Fujin (CV: Yū Mizushima and Kyle Hebert) - the Homunculus of Wind.
- Raijin (CV: Banjō Ginga and Frank Welker) - the Homunculus of Thunder.
- Suijin (CV: Nobuyuki Hiyama and Robbie Daymond) - the Homunculus of Water.
- Kojin (CV: Nobuo Tobita and Steven Blum) - the Homunculus of Fire.
- Amaterasu (CV: Rie Tanaka and Eden Riegel) - the Homunculus of the Sun.
- Tsukuyomi (CV: Michiko Neya and, Julie Ann Taylor) - the Homunculus of the Moon.
Other Homunculus Villains
- Tennin (CV: Satsuki Yukino and Erin Fitzgerald)
- Goryu (CV: Kentaro Ito and Yuri Lowenthal)
- Bar Juchne (CV: Jurota Kosugi and Wally Wingert)
- Lilin (CV: Chie Nakamura and Rachael Lillis)
- Golem (CV: Naoya Uchida and Steve Kramer)
- Karkinos (CV: Takashi Nagasako and Tony Oliver)
- Satyr (CV: Nozomu Sasaki and Neil Kaplan)
- Strzyga (CV: Megumi Hayashibara and Michelle Ruff)
- Sobek (CV: Tetsuya Kakihara and Sam Riegel)
- Bastet (CV: Junko Minagawa and Stephanie Sheh)
|001||The Journey Begins||September 19th, 2015|
|002||It's a Trap||September 26th, 2015|
|003||Double Trouble||October 3rd, 2015|
|004||Wild Ride||October 10th, 2015|
|005||October 17th, 2015|
|006||Seven Deadly Sins, Seven Enterran Generals||October 24th, 2015|
|007||Crocodile Tears||October 31st, 2015|
|008||Sadness and Anger||November 7th, 2015|
|009||November 14th, 2015|
|010||November 21st, 2015|
|011||The Long Sought City||November 28th, 2015|
|012||God Save the King||December 5th, 2015|
|013||Nuts 'n' Bolts||January 23rd, 2016|
|014||Plan 9 to Kick Ass||January 30th, 2016|
|015||February 6th, 2016|
|016||February 13th, 2016|
|017||February 20th, 2016|
|018||February 27th, 2016|
|019||March 5th, 2016|
|020||March 12th, 2016|
|021||March 19th, 2016|
|022||March 26th, 2016|
|023||April 2nd, 2016|
|024||April 9th, 2016|
|025||Picking up the Pieces||September 17th, 2016|
|026||I've had Enough||September 24th, 2016|
|027||Don't tread on me||October 1st, 2016|
|028||October 8th, 2016|
|029||October 15th, 2016|
|030||October 22nd, 2016|
|031||October 29th, 2016|
|032||November 5th, 2016|
|033||Make Enterra Great Again||November 12th, 2016|
|034||November 19th, 2016|
|035||November 26th, 2016|
|036||Goodbye, World||December 3rd, 2016|
|037||January 21st, 2017|
|038||January 28th, 2017|
|039||February 4th, 2017|
|040||February 11th, 2017|
|041||February 18th, 2017|
|042||February 25th, 2017|
|043||March 4th, 2017|
|044||March 11th, 2017|
|045||March 18th, 2017|
|046||March 25th, 2017|
|047||April 1st, 2017|
|048||April 8th, 2017|
|049||Awaken, My Brothers!||September 23rd, 2017|
|050||September 30th, 2017|
|051||October 7th, 2017|
|052||October 14th, 2017|
|053||October 21st, 2017|
|054||October 28th, 2017|
|055||November 4th, 2017|
|056||November 11th, 2017|
|057||November 18th, 2017|
|058||November 25th, 2017|
|059||December 2nd, 2017|
|060||December 9th, 2017|
|061||February 3rd, 2018|
|062||February 10th, 2018|
|063||February 17th, 2018|
|064||February 24th, 2018|
|065||March 3rd, 2018|
|066||March 10th, 2018|
|067||March 17th, 2018|
|068||Marth 24th, 2018|
|069||March 31st, 2018|
|070||April 7th, 2018|
|071||April 14th, 2018|
|072||April 21st, 2018|
|073||A New Tale Unfolds||September 22nd, 2018|
|074||Septemner 29th, 2018|
|075||October 6th, 2018|
|076||October 13th, 2018|
|077||October 20th, 2018|
|078||October 27th, 2018|
|079||November 3rd, 2018|
|080||November 10th, 2018|
|081||November 17th, 2018|
|082||November 24th, 2018|
|083||December 1st, 2018|
|084||The Sitcom Episode||December 8th, 2018|
|085||February 2nd, 2019|
|086||February 9th, 2019|
|087||February 16th, 2019|
|088||February 23rd, 2019|
|089||March 2nd, 2019|
|090||March 9th, 2019|
|091||March 16th, 2019|
|092||March 23rd, 2019|
|093||March 30th, 2019|
|094||April 7th, 2019|
|095||April 14th, 2019|
|096||The Truth and Its Consequences||April 21st, 2019|
The series was met with critical acclaim by critics and viewers alike. for its intense fight scenes, detailed animation but most importantly, the moral aesops(idealistic and cynical alike) told across the story.
Following the popularity and critical acclaim, a manga adaptation has been serialised on Weekly Shonen/Young Magazine. Merchandise of the series was produced aswell.