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    Getter Robo

    Getter Robo (ゲッターロボ - Gettâ Robo) is a Super Robot anime series created by Go Nagai and Ken Ishikawa and produced by Toei Animation. The series was broadcast on NET (now TV Asahi) from April 4, 1974 to May 8, 1975, with a total of 51 episodes. This anime series featured the first heroic giant robot to combine from individual parts.

    The plot involves three strong-willed teenagers: soccer player and martial artist Ryoma Nagare, rebel loner Hayato Jin and Judo master Musashi Tomoe, who pilot three specially designed combat jets which can be combined together in different forms to form three different kinds of giant robots, Getter-1 (used for aerial combat), Getter-2 (for land-based conflicts), and Getter-3 (for undersea battles). They were assembled by Prof. Saotome, who conceived the Getter Robo project as Earth's first line of defense against the Dinosaur Empire, which is a civilization of reptile-like humanoids, who evolved from the now-extinct dinosaurs that roamed the earth millions of years ago. They have lived many years underground, and they now want to reclaim the Earth as theirs and destroy humanity.

    The series was groundbreaking in the anime mecha genre: for the very first time, it introduced the concept of separate machines combining to form a Super Robot. Using three jets, Getter Robo could combine in three different ways to create three different versions of Getter Robo for different conditions and situations. This idea was originally discussed during the creation process for Mazinger Z, but was dropped and then developed for Getter Robo. This combination idea proved to be a very powerful concept that has been used in the super robot genre ever since. (Wikipedia)


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    No.sort icon Toy name Year
    Getter 1 2002
    Super Robot
    Getter 1
    Getter 1 1974
    Geta 1
    Getter 2 2006
    Getter 2 1974
    Getter 3 1974
    Getter 1 1998
    Gil Gil Gan 1998
    Getter Robo Black 2008
    Getter 1 2009
    Getter 2 2009
    Getter 3 2009
    Gigantic Double Tomahawk 2010
    Getter 3 2001
    Black Getter 2012
    Getter One 2000
    Black Getter 2 2013
    Shin Getter 1 OVA Ver. 2013
    Getter Poseidon 2014
    Dino Getter 1 2014
    Dino Getter 2 2014
    Super Robot Chogokin Getter 1 2014
    SRC Black Getter 2015
    Getter 1 2015
    Getter Robo 2015
    Getter Robo Toujou-hen 2016
    001 New Getter 1 2006
    008 Getter 2 2006
    017 Getter 3 2006
    03 Getter 1 2010
    031 Getter 1 2007
    035 Black Getter 2007
    04 Getter 2 2010
    05 Getter 3 2011
    074 Getter Dragon 2009
    075 Neo Getter 1 2009
    089 Getter Go 2010
    099 Getter Arc 2011
    CGA-09 Getter 1 2002
    CGA-09 Getter 1 Blue Shoulder 2002
    CGA-15 Getter 2 2002
    CGA-16 Getter 3 2002
    GA-02 Getter 1 1974
    GT-07 Getter 2 2004
    GX-06 Getter Robo 2002
    GX-06G1 Getter 1 (Metallic) San Diego Comicon 08 2008
    GX-06M Getter Robo 2002
    GX-51 Getter Dragon 2009
    GX-52 Getter 1 2010
    PA-44 Dragon 1975
    PA-45 Liger 1975
    PA-46 Poseidon 1975
    SxT02 Black Getter 2014
    SxT03 Getter 1 2014
    UG-01 Getter Arc 2017
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