The second theatrical movie.
Great Riot! Justice Chojin (大暴れ!正義超人, Ō Abare! Seigi Chōjin) is the second theatrical film based on the anime series Kinnikuman. It was released in Japan on December 22, 1984 alongside Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: The Secret Treasure of Nanaba Castle, The Kabocha Wine, and Uchuu Keiji Shaider: Follow the Shigishigi Kidnapping Gang!. It is set after the Seven Akuma Chojin Arc.
It was the first movie to feature the character Buffaloman and was the first of only two films to feature Announcer Yoshigai (the other being Crisis in New York!!). It was also the first anime appearance of Bibimba, who appears as Kinnikuman's fiancee in the original manga.
The mighty Horumon clan have been rivals of the Kinniku Clan for years, but today they are nearly extinct. When the last daughter of the Horumon Clan falls in love with Kinnikuman during her mission to assassinate him, her father Horumon Yaki enlists the aide of Shishkeba Boo of the Barbecue Clan, promising him Bibimba's hand in marriage. Shishkeba Boo himself has joined forces with the "Dark Monarch" Black Emperor, who looks to destroy Kinnikuman. Two of his spies (series creators Yudetamago in a cameo) have learned of Kinnikuman's location, so they head for Earth.
While Kinnikuman whines about not being interviewed on the Chojin Hour with the rest of the Idol Chojins, Chairman Harabote arrives with a letter of challenge from Shishkeba Boo. Kinnikuman heads to Mount Fuji and the fight begins. Meanwhile, Black Emperor sends out his Black Corps (ブラック軍団, Burakku Gundan) to attack the Idol Choujins.
As Kinnikuman's fight continues, Great Ukon arrives with his minions to help Shishkeba Boo. However, Shishkeba Boo is outraged by this cowardly tactic and fights off the minions while Kinnikuman defeats Great Ukon with a Kinniku Buster. Black Emperor then arrives and challenges Kinnikuman. When Kinnikuman refuses, he places Bibimba and her father on a large boulder and surrounds them with a lake of fire. Kinnikuman tries to walk through the flames, but only gets halfway through before almost passing out. Suddenly, Terryman and Warsman arrive and pull him out while Robin Mask and Rikishiman save Bibimba and her father. With the Idol Chojins all there, the real fights begin.
Kinnikuman is supposed to fight the Black Satan corps but is easily dominated by them. Black Emperor believes he has won and begins to leave. Suddenly, Buffaloman arrives and volunteers to take on the Black Satans while Kinnikuman fights Black Emperor.
At first, Kinnikuman has trouble even catching Black Emperor, but as soon as he does Black Emperor begins using his Devil Fire technique. Meanwhile, the Idol Chojins all win their fights with their trademark techniques. Kinnikuman eventually defeats Black Emperor with his own version of the Devil Fire followed by his new finishing move, the Kinniku Driver.
Bibimba goes to embrace Kinnikuman, but he suggests that she go to Shishkeba Boo, who, although misguided, gave his best to fight for her honour. He then says that he already has Ms Mari, at which point she suddenly pops up out of nowhere and the two are reunited.
- Opening Theme
- Blazing Kinnikuman (炎のキン肉マン, Honoo no Kinnikuman) by Akira Kushida
- Closing Theme
- Kinniku Mambo (キン肉マンボ) by Akira Kamiya (Kinnikuman)
- Black Emperor (ブラックエンペラー)
- Great Ukon (大ウコン, Dai Ukon)
- Black Buffalo (ブラックバッファロー)
- Black Knight (ブラックナイト)
- Black Rain (ブラックレイン)
- Black Noodles (ブラックメンルイ, Burakku Menrui)
- Black Bear (ブラックベア)
- Black Sumo (ブラックズモー)
- Black Satan (ブラックサタン)
* For unknown reasons, Masashi Hirose is uncredited for his appearance in this film.
- At one point during Kinnikuman's fight with Black Emperor, Iwao is coloured brown instead of grey.