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IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix (2005)


Alternative Titles

English: IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix
Japanese: IGPX -Immortal Grand Prix-

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 6, 2005 to Mar 30, 2006
Premiered: Fall 2005
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Studios: Production I.G
Source: Unknown
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.251 (scored by 5,205 users)
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Ranked: #24342
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Popularity: #2691
Members: 10,702
Favorites: 60
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Ranked #2434Popularity #2691Members 10,702
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Episodes: /13

Synopsis

In the year 2048, people are raving about a fighting race called “Immortal Grand Prix”, or IGPX in short, which is faster and more exciting than any of the existing motor sports. The phenomenon is so big that an entire city was built for the racing industry where competitions take place on a huge track. In the “Immortal Grand Prix,” two teams of three IG machines, high-tech humanoid mechs driven by humans, race at speeds greater than 400km/h. The teams make three laps of a 60 km course while intercepting the opponent as they vie for a first place finish. The best machine performance, the best pilots and the best teamwork are the only factors that can make them the winners.

(Source: Production I.G.)

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Characters & Voice Actors

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Watanabe, Akeno
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Staff

Terashima-furuta, Maki
Terashima-furuta, Maki
Producer
Hongou, Mitsuru
Hongou, Mitsuru
Director
Mima, Masafumi
Mima, Masafumi
Sound Director
Nishimura, Hiroyuki
Nishimura, Hiroyuki
Episode Director, Script, Storyboard


Edit Opening Theme

"Go For It!" by GRANRODEO

Edit Ending Theme

"Believe yourself" by exige



More reviewsReviews

ace52387
Sep 5, 2009
Overview:
IGPX is a speck of gold ore in the seemingly automated production of Shounen muck. Whether this charms you or Bleach does, there`s very little room to argue which Anime has the better pacing and scene direction. IGPX is a quality Shounen work that can easily appeal to people who aren't fans of the genre.

As a racing Anime infused with martial arts, its closest relatives are not Naruto or DBZ, but instead Hajime no Ippo, Kenichi, and Slam Dunk. Structured competition is the core of IGPX. In that list, and including any anime I have ever seen, IGPX contains the best read more
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May 1, 2008
IGPX

Story ~
IGPX has one of the best story line I have seen, to be topped only by Kanon and MAYBE FaTe Stay Night. The story is interesting and it is really addicting once you started to watch it. I seen the whole thing like five times... all 26 episod.

Art ~
The art isn't too bad for the time it was aired, of course most anime aired in 2007 and Q1 Q2 of 2008 are far better like Clannad, Shippuuden, and One Piece HD. But it is definitely at the top at its time.

Sound ~
I personally really like the OT's guitar solo at the beginning, the closing read more
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DjKagamine
Apr 22, 2015
Review for IGPX : Immortal Grand Prix (2005)
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Writing a Review for a 10 year old anime,
Reason being : Only found out that IGPX had an anime, My watch list has been so crowded I spotted this on the front page of Kissanime as a random anime.
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Summary Review of the Full review down below

Story : In my opinion, the story has a lot of really dumb and strange problems,

Art : The art style is fine maybe even great during it's time, No complains,

Sound : The sounds are done well, No problems with the voices or effects.

Character : Some minor problems with read more
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omotenium
Jan 9, 2010
I'm writing this because the other reviews have rated IGPX is less than ten and the anime only averages a seven. I find this deeply wrong. Never before has an anime impressed me as much as IGPX. This is a passionate plea for anyone looking at the page to go watch it.

IGPX is animated by Production I.G., so high quality is to be expected. While the characters and scenery are all beautifully animated, the mecha/race sequences are entirely CGI. Thankfully, the CGI is more than enough to look good on the track, yet is kept seperate from the non-race scenes as to not be jarring. read more
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