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Total Recommendations: 13

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Yuusha-Ou GaoGaiGar
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Gear Fighter Dendoh
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Dendoh was originally supposed to be a series in the Yuusha franchise, but was spun off into its own thing, and the end results are high quality. You've got the same zany humour, strange enemies and impressive action.

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Yuusha-Ou GaoGaiGar
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Densetsu no Yuusha Da Garn
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Of all the other franchise entries, GGG owes the most to Da Garn, arguably the most polished Yuusha series of them all.

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Giant Robo the Animation: Chikyuu ga Seishi Suru Hi
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Tetsujin 28-gou (2004)
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Two works by Imagawa, which share characters, themes and designs. Both have a retro-future aesthetic, and a complex and engaging plot.

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Tetsujin 28-gou (2004)
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Shin Mazinger Shougeki! Z-hen
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Both shows are Imagawa doing remakes of classic mecha, and have at times moving and often epic-scale plots with twists and tragic villains.

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Seihou Bukyou Outlaw Star
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Fushigi no Umi no Nadia
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If you're looking for absurd and hilarious adventures with eccentric characters, wacky weapons and visual jokes, then both of these shows seem to fit the bill - only one's steampunk and the other's space opera.

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RahXephon
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Meiou Project Zeorymer
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These two shows are both on the darker side of the super robot genre, focussing on the flaws of the hero and the thoroughly broken characters surrounding him. Ayato is distinctly more likeable than the protagonist of Zeorymer, but no less disturbed.

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Fushigi no Umi no Nadia
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Overman King Gainer
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This again seems a weird recommendation, but there is logic. The shows have a similar sense of gently absurd humour and a social message, as well as some character parallels which are pleasantly amusing.

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Koukaku Kidoutai: Stand Alone Complex
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Bubblegum Crisis
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Beyond the obvious visual cyberpunk stylings which link these two series, they have a lot of common ground in the questions of identity and humanity in an age of cybernetics which is mixed with exciting action.

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Top wo Nerae! Gunbuster
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Uchuu no Senshi
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This recommendation seems like it makes no sense, but there is logic behind it. If you're one of the people who really enjoyed Gunbuster's high-school/boot-camp arc, and for reasons other than the bath scene, then you'd probably enjoy Starship Troopers. It dedicates a good 5 episodes to Johnny Rico's training in power armour piloting, and plays out remarkably close to the book.

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Koukyoushihen Eureka Seven
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Overman King Gainer
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From the socially awkward and mildly irritating protagonists to the enigmatic girl with strange hair, these shows appear kinda similar. In terms of tone, both are gently comedic, mostly relying on the interactions between teenagers and authority figures with a background of war.

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Chou Denji Machine Voltes V
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Muteki Koujin Daitarn 3
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These two shows are among the best of the old school of super robot shows. They both have interesting characters and fairly interesting ongoing plotlines behind their episodic natures.

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Area 88
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Both of these shows take a comparatively realistic approach to depicting warfare, and focus to an extent on the human and psychological cost of it.

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Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu
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Taiyou no Kiba Dagram
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Both of these shows take a serious approach to politics in comparison with most sci-fi shows. Dougram is the earlier show, and it shows - it's less polished and not as epic as LoGH, but that aside it's a very solid series with some good mech action and a plot which doesn't shy away from exploring the depths humanity sinks to.