A1. The Guyver TV seris ended because there was a lack of interest in the Guyver series.
A2. It is HIGHLY UNLIKELY that there will be any more episodes of Guyver but anything's possible,
all we can do is sign and start petitions (or keep our fingers crossed).
A3. The translations of the graphic novels stopped at volume 7 because viz (the publishers)
decided that Guyver was not popular enough to keep being translated. It is all viz's fault but if it was not for them we would
not have the videos or comics of the Guyver in the first place.
A4. It is highly unlikely for the graphic novels to be translated, but if we keep sending
petitions to viz (or other publishers) there may be hope for futher translations. But if they are translated I doubt that
it will be in this life time.
A5. You can keep up to date with the story lines by read the Japanese or Chinese versions
of Guyver but if you dont understand their 'font' you can only get a rough idea of what is going on through the pictures.
A6. I get my translated graphic novels from my favorite shop/ ware house 'RED HOT COMICS'
Scotlands leading comic retailer providing sci-fi fans throughout the world with comics,
cards etc. They specialise in importing new merchendise saving you 30% off RRP.
I get my videos from ebay.
I get my non-translated graphic novels from ebay. Once it was rare to get them on ebay but
now there are many all 'buy now'.
I also plan to get Guyver model kits from ebay.
A7. The Mark Hammil Guyver movies titled 'Mutronics' are the Guyver movies released in the
uk. Some one thought that they would sell better if they titled it Mutronics instead of Guyver.
A8. There is an animated Guyver movie. It is titled 'Out Of Control'. The movie is 55 minutes
long and is OOP. There are not alot of copies of this movie and it is highly unlikely for you to see it if you dont own one
ect. I have seen this item for sale on video on ebay.COM the American ebay once and on vcds on the UK ebay (about