Only whenever you're five-bottles drunk or you're watching Brod Pete and his "Ang Dating Doon" cohorts do you find yourself muttering the words to Voltes V's theme song.
The anime series holds a special place in our hearts, making its way to Filipino consciousness as early as 1978 (the series debuted in Japan on June 4, 1977). Then-President Ferdinand Marcos even banned it due to concerns of "excessive violence," with some suspecting the gesture as a way to curb the show's revolutionary undertones.
Fast-forward to 2016, and Voltes V is about to mark its 40th anniversary. FHM joins in on the festivities and asked a few fans of the iconic robot in the recent ToyCon 2016 to do some "Borutesu Faibu No Uta" karaoke:
How do you say "Ang saya lang" in Japanese?