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Shin Getter Robo


Alternative Titles

English: New Getter Robo
Synonyms: Shin Getter Robo (2004)
Japanese: 新ゲッターロボ

Information

Type: OVA
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 9, 2004 to Sep 10, 2004
Studios: Brain's Base
Source: Unknown
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 7.481 (scored by 2,083 users)
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Ranked: #16442
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Popularity: #4116
Members: 4,596
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Episodes: /13

Synopsis

Humanity is under attack by demonic creatures called Oni. Unable to fight back by any other means, the scientist Dr. Saotome creates a series of giant robots that harness the mysterious power of Getter Rays, giving them the strength necessary to fight the Oni. The strongest of these is Getter Robo, and Saotome must enlist three very different men to pilot it - martial artist Ryoma Nagare, criminal leader Hayato Jin, and monk Benkei Musashibou. Together, the Getter Team fights to end the Oni menace forever.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Nagare, Ryouma
Nagare, Ryouma
Main
Ishikawa, Hideo
Japanese
Ishikawa, Hideo
Jin, Hayato
Jin, Hayato
Main
Uchida, Naoya
Japanese
Uchida, Naoya
Musashibo, Benkei
Musashibo, Benkei
Main
Yanada, Kiyoyuki
Japanese
Yanada, Kiyoyuki
Professor Saotome
Professor Saotome
Supporting
Arimoto, Kinryuu
Japanese
Arimoto, Kinryuu

Staff

Kawagoe, Jun
Kawagoe, Jun
Director, Storyboard
Iwanami, Yoshikazu
Iwanami, Yoshikazu
Sound Director
Oonishi, Shinsuke
Oonishi, Shinsuke
Script
JAM Project
JAM Project
Theme Song Performance


Edit Opening Theme

"DRAGON" by JAM Project

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"NO SERENITY" by JAM Project




More reviewsReviews

Chag
Jul 2, 2008
The original Getter Robo anime and manga by Go Nagai and Ken Ishikawa were the definitive classics of the 70's. Thirty years later, the original story gets an alternate re-telling in the form of New Getter Robo. The question is, does it live up to the hefty getter name? For the most part, yes.

The story of New Getter Robo is definitely not its forte. Rather than focusing on actual storytelling, the plot mostly just seems like an excuse to pit the three violent and near-psychotic men against legions unfortunate foes. While this may put off some viewers, it does make for plenty of screen time read more
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Foolness
Aug 4, 2010
Unlike Chag, I believe the enjoyment of this series comes not from the preference of Super Robot animes (come on, this is way way better plot-wise than most of the classic TV shows - you don't just diss and rate a show against it's genre) but rather more on how much you know and love the Getter Robo series.

As a person who only sporadically saw Getter Robo and never read the manga especially it's version of Shin Getter Robo (which I've heard was way better), what makes this OVA stand out was that it actually implemented many of the elements from Gunbuster which is one read more
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