Getter Robo Saga
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Getter Robo Saga

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English: Getter Robo Saga
Synonyms: Getter Robo

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 9
Chapters: 69
Status: Finished
Published: Not available
Genres: ActionAction, MechaMecha, ShounenShounen
Authors: Ishikawa, Ken (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

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Score: 8.131 (scored by 385385 users)
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Ranked: #4782
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Popularity: #8467
Members: 1,363
Favorites: 123
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MangaIshikawa, Ken (Story & Art)
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Synopsis

A compilation of the long-running Getter Robo series into one continuous story. Includes several new pages and chapters as well as revisions to old material and a newer, more conclusive ending to Getter Robo Āḥ.

Getter Robo (1974)
Getter Robo G (1975)
Getter Robo Go (1991)
Shin Getter Robo (1997)
Getter Robo Āḥ (2001)

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Jan 12, 2016
BohemianRhapsody (All reviews)
One of the pioneers of the super robot genre, the Getter Robo saga, which started in 1974, still remains one of the pillars of its genre and a major inspiration for many authors.

The story of Getter Robo is fairly simple: a group of 3 teens are summoned to pilot the Getter Robo, a machine that is capable of defeating the monsters that threaten the human race. Each entry in the saga usually has a different main trio, a different Getter, as well as different enemies, but they all have a similar premise and execution. Despite the simplicity, the plot explores several themes and has read more
Dec 24, 2020
slackjawmaw (All reviews)
For years I had Getter Robo lingering at the back of my planning list, just sitting there, just waiting to be cracked open. Having already read and been bored to tears reading Mazinger Z, I admittedly did not have high expectations for Getter Robo. Both series were from the 70s and presented by Go Nagai, the grand daddy of modern anime angst and horniness. However, Getter Robo had one major difference between it and Mazinger Z, and that was Ken Ishikawa. In the end I can safely say that Getter Robo totally kicks Mazinger's ass (though I still prefer Mazinger's design).

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