Getter Robo G
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English: Getter Robo G
Synonyms: Getta Robo G, Starvengers
Japanese: ゲッターロボG


Type: TV
Episodes: 39
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: May 15, 1975 to Mar 25, 1976
Premiered: Spring 1975
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, MechaMecha, Sci-FiSci-Fi, ShounenShounen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.541 (scored by 610610 users)
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Ranked: #55662
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Popularity: #8396
Members: 2,025
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Takes place after the final defeat of the Dinosaur Empire and the death of Musashi Tomoe in the original Getter Robo series.

Dr. Saotome, creator of Getter Robo, fears that the peace the Getter Robo team has won will be short lived and that an even greater enemies would appear. Dr. Saotome's fears are justified when the militaristic Hyakki (or "Hundred demons") Empire appears, but Dr. Saotome is prepared with the creation of an even more powerful Getter Robo, Getter Robo G and a new Getter Robo base. Also with Musashi Tomoe dead, Dr. Saotome needs a third pilot which he finds in baseball player Benkei Kuruma.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Kasai, Osamu
Shirato, Takeshi
Episode Director, Animation Director
Columbia Yurikago Kai
Theme Song Performance
Nagai, Go
Original Creator

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"Getter Robo! (ゲッターロボ!)" by Isao Sasaki

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"Fumetsu no Machine Getter Robo (不滅のマシンゲッターロボ)" by Columbia Yurikago Kai, Isao Sasaki

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Oct 23, 2018
kekekeKaj (All reviews)
If the original "Getter Robo" can be affectionately described as "very shit", then "Getter Robo G" can be described as "less shit".

[Note: "Getter Robo G" is largely similar to "Getter Robo", so I won't be repeating most of the things I've already said in the review for "Getter Robo", and will be focusing mostly on the differences instead.]

"Getter Robo G" is essentially more "Getter Robo" with some upgrades.

The most important upgrades are the robots. The new robots looks a bit cooler than the original, for example, Getter-1 had two "horns" sticking out of its head in "Getter Robo", and now it has about five. The read more

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