|Official Guyver Links|
|http://www.kadokawa.co.jp Kadokawa, the Japanese company who publish the Guyver books in Japan.|
|http://www.chuangyi.com.sg/english/ Chuang Yi Comics, the company now publishing the Guyver comics in English. NOTE: Due to Licensing restrictions they can't sell the comics directly to people in the USA, at least through their website. But you can Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and make a transaction through Western Union.|
|http://www.facebook.com/pages/Steve-Wang-Creature-Creator/194248443953692 Steve Wang's Facebook page of Steve Wang. From the man who done the Guyver costume for the first Guyver Movie and directed second live action "The Guyver - Dark Hero" movie.|
|Fan Produced Guyver Site Links|
|http://www.japan-legend.com/ Website of the Japan-Legend team. Not just a Guyver site but includes translations of Guyver Chapters on their message board. Best site to go to about official Guyver information.|
The website of EvilFX. Contains many things Guyver related and info on how he made his own Guyver Costume.
|http://www.guyver.com Website of Guyver information from DarkGuyver.|
Russian Guyver fan-club website. Best site for Russian Guyver fans out there.
Note: This site does not have an English section but has very nice fan art etc. If you happen to know Russian you'll love it.
|Guyver Fan-Fiction Links|
|http://members.tripod.com/~The_Guyver/ One of the oldest Guyver fan-fiction sites. In its archive you'll find the fan-fiction called Heart Of The Beast by Mark Latus, probably the best Guyver Fan-Fiction ever. But this site has not updated since 1997, still very much worth a visit if you have never been there. Though on a different note it was the fact back in 1998 that Brian could not publish his first fictions here that forced him to make his own website, ahh the memories :)|
The Guyver section of Fan-Fiction.net
|http://guyver-reborn.tripod.com/ Guyver Fan-Fiction from Guyver Reborn.|
|http://www.macrossworld.com The best site for overall Macross information.|
|http://www.merzo.net Really cool site. You can move ships from different Sci-Fi's together to compare sizes of huge star ships and things like the moon.|
|http://www.manga.com Manga, the company that published the Guyver anime outside Japan.|
|http://www.animeigo.com AnimEigo, a anime company who released a lot of great anime.|
|Non Anime Links|