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Kikou Souseiki Mospeada


Alternative Titles

English: Genesis Climber Mospeada
Synonyms: Armored Genesis Mospeada, Robotech: The New Generation
Japanese: 機甲創世記モスピーダ

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 2, 1983 to Mar 25, 1984
Premiered: Fall 1983
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Artmic
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Original
Genres: Action, Mecha, Military
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.231 (scored by 2,155 users)
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Ranked: #26332
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Popularity: #4545
Members: 4,968
Favorites: 29

Recommendations

Both of them have mechas and aliens occupying the Earth looking for energy with the purpose of evolving and making Earth their home planet. In my opinion Tekkaman Blade has a much better story and characters but that doesn't make Mospeada look bad or something. They are both cult classic animes worth watching. 
report Recommended by Anakin1981
Both series involve a world in which society now follows far more basic rules of survival and in which many of the cities are rather broken down. In Mospeada, people can still talk, but similarities between the two are uncanny. Both also involve a group traveling around to different cities and have some similar experiences among them, even if their goals are different. If you want to see more ruined cities and people living in now terrible societies, check the other out. 
report Recommended by FallnKnightFakir
Both series involve a small group traveling a great distance in order to get to a specific point on the globe inconveniently far from where they started while fighting an alien species that has dominated humanity. This changes halfway through Blue Gender as the focus shifts a bit, but the alien presence on Earth is still unwelcome. Blue Gender is the darker of the two series, but if you enjoyed the traveling a great distance while fighting things that want to kill you aspect, you should consider giving the other one a shot. 
report Recommended by FallnKnightFakir
Mospeada and Outlaw Star are both presented in an episodic fashion and involve a group of people traveling through their respective worlds(In Outlaw Star, space; Mospeada, North and South America), with an ultimate goal in mind(In Outlaw Star, unlocking the mystery of the Galactic Leyline; Mospeada, forcing the Inbit invaders from Earth). During their travels, they meet with various people and undergo multiple ordeals, while moving towards their goals. 
report Recommended by llxwarbirdxll
So do you like Fighter jets that transform into Gerwalk and Battroid mode that fight aliens? If so then you'll like both of these series. Both of these series are unrelated in terms of universe but were both adapted into the Robotech universe.  
report Recommended by UltraTien