The Galaxy Federation Police (GFP) desperately wants to cover-up its personnel shortage with new mechanized power-suits. Suzuo, 19-years old, desperately needs a job. Tampopo needs an earthling to fit the prototype of her companys suit and declares Suzuo the perfect candidate! Strong competitors and the wacky A-class criminals fight against our hero in diapers, but they must not recognize each other out of costume or the test results will be a failure- but its OK if they all live in the same apartment building to save money, right?
The no-holds-barred nuttiness of this sci-fi parody will appeal to fans of Animation Runner Kurumi and Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi. A well-meaning country boy who's come to the city to attend college, Suzuo desperately needs a job. Tanpopo recruits him to wear Toys of the World's new transformer belt, which he assumes is just a game promotion. But when a mad scientist's giant mechanical termite attacks, Suzuo has to use the belt to become mecha-suited Dokkoida and fight it--at the same time as Neruloid Girl from the rival Emerald Company. (Suzuo's battle cry is "For the good of humanity--and rent money!") The Galaxy Police Force is sending bizarre criminals to Earth (in pop-top capsules) so they can evaluate the latest transforming suits. The test crews and villains all move into the Cosmos House Apartments under aliases, complicating matters even further. (Rated 13 and older: cartoon violence, risqué humor, alcohol use) --Charles Solomon