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'''Dimensional Crisis''' (Japanese: 次元危機; Hepburn: Jigen Kiki) is a Japanese shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Ippei Kuri. It was serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday on January 19, 1960, and has been collected into 2,000 tankōbon volumes as of April 10, 2019. The story follows the multiverse colluding, arranging from original worlds to those well-known in film, television, anime and video games.

The series received a 1964 anime adaptation by Tokyo Channel 12 (now known as TV Tokyo) and Mushi Production. The anime resulted in animated feature films (the first two films being Dimensional Crisis: The Movie and A Girl Called Anne Boonchuy, both were filmed in color). It ran on April 22, 1964 (at the channel's first broadcast) to September 24, 1973.

It also received a 1973 anime adaptation by Eiken, which ran on Nippon TV on October 11, 1973 to July 27, 1979. Like the 1964 anime adaptation, it also resulted in animated feature films (e.g. Mark's Adventures in Italy) and live-action films.

The 1981 anime adaptation by Pierrot aired on TV Tokyo on January 1, 1981. The anime resulted in animated feature films, Japanese and foreign live-action films, original video animations, TV specials, video games, audio disc releases and live-action episodes. Since 1995, OB Planning, Pastel and To Max are since the producers of the anime, while Avex Group is the music producer of it.

Both the manga and the 1981 anime series were initially licensed for English-language distribution in North America by Viz Media, as of 2006.

Plot

1960's Arc (1960-1969)





1970's Arc (1970-1979)





1980's Arc (1980-1989)





1990's Arc (1990-1999)





2000's Arc (2000-2009)





2010's Arc (2010-2012)





Gleemur/Darkor Arc (2012-2019)

On December 21, 2012, civilization was ruined as a result of a worldwide nuclear war and many creatures died out. However, mankind survived and entered an age where the strong ruled over the weak, as the few survivors fought over whatever supply of food, women and uncontaminated water remained in the wasteland of the world.

After controlling every single Agent in the multiverse, Gleemur sends out his new army to invade every corner of the multiverse. Multiple worlds are affected, arranging from original worlds to those well-known in film, television, anime and video games. The great invasion eventually drew the attention of Darkor, the sinister villain who decided to form an alliance with Gleemur and tear the multiverse apart once and for all.

2020's Arc (2020-present)

On January 1, 2020, after the Terminas (combination of Gleemur and Darkhor), Centrolution and the brainwashed Guardian and Caregiver from the Gleemur/Darkor Arc were defeated, the world finally begins to recover from the nuclear war.

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