I have been searching like a madmen the past few days but can't find anything. Maybe one of you guys knows what this is.

  • I remember one lady/girl often stuck or traveling in some pod/capsule.
  • There were three characters that gained/activated their power by absorbing some kind of card into their chest. (Humanoid)
  • I believe they fused at some point into a golden warrior of some sort for a fight. (at the end of which they were cut/wounded and energy/light started to flow out of them, Was humanoid)

I know this is very vague and I hope someone remembers this show. Maybe even a movie for all I know.


As the OP has stated in a comment, this is the anime series Shinzo by Tetsuo Imazawa.

In the series, genetically-altered creatures known as Enterrans take over Earth and rename it in their own image called Enterra. Now three Enterrans have to protect the last human in order to find the hidden sanctuary called Shinzo and restore the human race. The anime focuses primarily on the adventures they undergo while working to accomplish this task.

In the first season, it is identified (Emphasis mine):

Mushra, Sago. and Kutal are then shown to be Hyper-Enterrans, Enterrans who can transform into stronger powered-up versions of themselves, these forms allow them to fight the various creatures that come after them. Throughout the first season the main characters fight a collection of Enterrans known as the Seven Enterran Generals, and various independent Enterrans where these Enterrans were either minions of the Seven Enterran Generals or bounty hunters. Each of these Generals rules a region that the gang travels through, which have different types of Enterrans, such as King Daku's land having a majority insect based Enterrans. The defeated Enterrans become En-Cards, which are card-like structures that can be used to increase power in both Enterrans and several machines such as Yakumo's vehicle Hakuba.

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