Hailing from Planet Izanda, Sho Mikagami joined the All Galactic Defense System, and was assigned as the special inspector in charge of secretly defending the Earth and surrounding area. This is no easy job, because Earth is threatened by the evil organization Cryos (short for "Cry of Chaos") and their mysterious, tyrannical leader Gillaclva. Using their fearsome Meikigai biological weapon, Cryos creates hordes of monsters-of-the-week from hapless people, animals and vegetation. How can one man, Sho Mikagami, hope to stop them?
Perhaps he couldn't. Perhaps no one man could.
But DANZAIVER can!
Sho was well-outfitted for his job. The foremost of his weapons is the Tactical Frame, the suit of battle armour he is bonded to and can call to him with the magical word Zerochaku (he chose this word himself, but its significance is unknown). With the Danzai-Blade and his gun Vicetriver, he would already be a formidible foe. But he also has access to his space ship, the tactical carrier Seingreed. Aside from communications, scanners, teleportation and all sorts of other exciting capabilities, Seingreed can deploy the satellite weapon Geiborg, which in turn can use the devastating orbital laser Seingbraze!
He is also accompanied by the twin sisters, Yuri (subservient nice girl) and Ruri (hot-tempered girl), who are in charge of search operations and attack reinforcements from Seingreed, respectively. Obviously, they both love Sho. Obviously, he is oblivious to this. Obviously, Ruri hits him a lot. You know the score.
Danzaiver, his satellite, and the two girls onboard were presumably drawn along by Alty's spell to I-Praseru. However, Yuri had previously been trapped in the Evil Zone by an unscrupulous magician in Finistere Kingdom in order to empower the magical confinement area, thus forcing Sho's hand: he would have to set forth to defeat the fearsome villain, Ihadulca, and rescue Yuri!
And then get back home, so he can play video games again, his true love.
Theme Song: Right Way
BLADE'S FINAL WORD: For some reason, reviews and some official material treat this goofball like he's is the main character, despite him having no essential connection to the main plotlines other than the fact that Gillaclva is apparently another one of Ihadulca's incarnations. Which might explain why Yuri got trapped in the Evil Zone before Sho even got transported to I-Praseru.
Regardless, Danzaiver is totally awesome, because, dude, he's DANZAIVER! Seriously. "There's a lot of men in their mid-30s who are nostalgic for a special inspector like me!"