History Anime / CombattlerV

10th Jun '17 9:19:54 AM lillolillo
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* AccidentalPervert: In episode 16, a kid called Kotaro sneaks in the base and accidentally walks in on Chizuru when she's taking a shower.



** BiggerBad: Empress Janera.

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** * BiggerBad: Empress Janera.



* {{Leader Forms The Head}}: Hyoma is the team's leader. Guess what body part his jet forms. No, seriously. Take a guess.

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* {{Leader Forms The Head}}: LeaderFormsTheHead: Hyoma is the team's leader. Guess what body part his jet forms. No, seriously. Take a guess.



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22nd Apr '17 5:35:26 PM nombretomado
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The series (along with the later two shows) was created by Saburo Yatsude, who would later go on to create ''Anime/GoLion'' (best familiar to American viewers as the "Lion Force" half of Anime/{{Voltron}}). "Saburo Yatsude" is not a real person, but a pseudonym which refers to the collective staff at Toei ([[Creator/ToeiCompany the main office]], rather than the [[Creator/ToeiAnimation animation studio]]; the series was animated by Nippon {{Sunrise}} and produced by Toei Co. Ltd).

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The series (along with the later two shows) was created by Saburo Yatsude, who would later go on to create ''Anime/GoLion'' (best familiar to American viewers as the "Lion Force" half of Anime/{{Voltron}}). "Saburo Yatsude" is not a real person, but a pseudonym which refers to the collective staff at Toei ([[Creator/ToeiCompany the main office]], rather than the [[Creator/ToeiAnimation animation studio]]; the series was animated by Nippon {{Sunrise}} Creator/{{Sunrise}} and produced by Toei Co. Ltd).
4th Mar '17 12:10:27 PM nombretomado
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The series was brought over to the US in a fashion... As part of a toyline called ''Shogun Warriors'' that also included other super Robots such as {{Anime/Raideen}} and Anime/GreatMazinger In 1979 MarvelComics licensed it as part of the 20-part miniseries ''Shogun Warriors'', along with ''{{Anime/Raideen}}'' and ''Anime/PlanetRoboDanguardAce'', under the name Combattra. One of the latter issues in the series even featured the standard [[LetsYouAndHimFight "Heroic misunderstanding"]] with the ComicBook/FantasticFour.

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The series was brought over to the US in a fashion... As part of a toyline called ''Shogun Warriors'' that also included other super Robots such as {{Anime/Raideen}} and Anime/GreatMazinger In 1979 MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics licensed it as part of the 20-part miniseries ''Shogun Warriors'', along with ''{{Anime/Raideen}}'' and ''Anime/PlanetRoboDanguardAce'', under the name Combattra. One of the latter issues in the series even featured the standard [[LetsYouAndHimFight "Heroic misunderstanding"]] with the ComicBook/FantasticFour.
1st Jan '17 4:14:58 PM Xtifr
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The series (along with the later two shows) was created by Saburo Yatsude, who would later go on to create ''Anime/GoLion'' (best familiar to American viewers as the "Lion Force" half of Anime/{{Voltron}}). "Saburo Yatsude" is not a real person, but a pseudonym which refers to the collective staff at Toei ([[ToeiCompany the main office]], rather than the [[ToeiAnimation animation studio]]; the series was animated by Nippon {{Sunrise}} and produced by Toei Co. Ltd).

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The series (along with the later two shows) was created by Saburo Yatsude, who would later go on to create ''Anime/GoLion'' (best familiar to American viewers as the "Lion Force" half of Anime/{{Voltron}}). "Saburo Yatsude" is not a real person, but a pseudonym which refers to the collective staff at Toei ([[ToeiCompany ([[Creator/ToeiCompany the main office]], rather than the [[ToeiAnimation [[Creator/ToeiAnimation animation studio]]; the series was animated by Nippon {{Sunrise}} and produced by Toei Co. Ltd).
30th Oct '16 3:32:30 AM rafi
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* ShockAndAwe: '''Super Electromagnetic (ChoDdenji) Spark'''! Combattler V summons lightning from its antennae and re-channels it through its hands towards enemies with great explosive force.

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* ShockAndAwe: '''Super Electromagnetic (ChoDdenji) (Chodenji) Spark'''! Combattler V summons lightning from its antennae and re-channels it through its hands towards enemies with great explosive force.



* VariableLengthChain: '''Super Electromagnetic (ChoDdenji) Crane!'''. Combattler V can release a spiked block which is connected to the arms with a wire.

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* VariableLengthChain: '''Super Electromagnetic (ChoDdenji) (Chodenji) Crane!'''. Combattler V can release a spiked block which is connected to the arms with a wire.
30th Oct '16 3:32:03 AM rafi
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* BifurcatedWeapon: '''Twin Lancer!'''.

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* BifurcatedWeapon: '''Twin Lancer!'''. Used in the second half of the series, Combatter V can release a blade in each shoulder to form a lance.



* ChainsawGood '''Atomic Chainsaw'''

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* ChainsawGood '''Atomic Chainsaw'''Chainsaw'''. Combattler V can launch tank treads on back armed with spikes.



* CarFu: '''Gran Light Wave Rail, Fire! Grandasher!'''

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* CarFu: '''Gran Light Wave Rail, Fire! Grandasher!'''Grandasher!'''. First used in episode 26, Combattler V can form a tangible energy trail from its chest, turn into a tank-like vehicle and ram down opponents.



* EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: '''Chou~denji~ Spiiiiiiin'''!

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* EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: '''Chou~denji~ Spiiiiiiin'''!In his final move, Combattler V creates an energy tornado that keeps enemies in place for a short period of time. It will then spin extremely fast, turn its body into a large drill of lightning, and ram itself through opponents.



* FlyingBrick, the mecha equivalent ("It's not 57 meters and 550 tons for nothing!")
* FrickinLaserBeams: '''V Laser'''
* HalfHumanHybrid: Garuda

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* FlyingBrick, the FlyingBrick: The mecha equivalent ("It's not 57 meters and 550 tons for nothing!")
* FrickinLaserBeams: '''V Laser'''
Laser'''. Used in the second half of the series, Combattler V can release purple energy Vs from the V on its forehead.
* HalfHumanHybrid: GarudaGaruda.



* KillerYoYo: '''Choudenji Yo-yo'''!

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* KillerYoYo: '''Choudenji Yo-yo'''!'''Super Electromagnetic (Chodenji) Yo-Yo'''!.. Combattler V can release from the arms a pair of powerful yo-yos that are each equipped with a powerful buzzsaw.



* MacrossMissileMassacre[=/=]RecursiveAmmo: '''Big Burst Divider!'''

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* MacrossMissileMassacre[=/=]RecursiveAmmo: '''Big Burst Divider!'''Blast Divider!'''. Used in the second half of the series, Combattler V can release a giant blue rocket from its stomach. In this version, the rocket can also split into dozens of cluster missiles.



* ''Anime/RobotRomanceTrilogy'': The first series of the trilogy.
* ShockAndAwe: '''Choudenji Spark'''!
* ShoutOut:
** The name "Campbellians" may be a reference to SF writer Creator/JohnWCampbell, who helped invent the [[ScienceHero Space Hero]] genre.

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* ''Anime/RobotRomanceTrilogy'': The first series of the trilogy.
* ShockAndAwe: '''Choudenji Spark'''!
'''Super Electromagnetic (ChoDdenji) Spark'''! Combattler V summons lightning from its antennae and re-channels it through its hands towards enemies with great explosive force.
* ShoutOut:
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ShoutOut: The name "Campbellians" may be a reference to SF writer Creator/JohnWCampbell, who helped invent the [[ScienceHero Space Hero]] genre.



* VariableLengthChain: '''Choudenji Crane!'''

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* VariableLengthChain: '''Choudenji Crane!''''''Super Electromagnetic (ChoDdenji) Crane!'''. Combattler V can release a spiked block which is connected to the arms with a wire.




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15th Jul '16 2:42:00 PM WolfThunder
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The series was brought over to the US in a fashion... As part of a toyline called ''Shogun Warriors'' that also included other super Robots such as {{Anime/Raideen}} and Anime/GreatMazinger In 1979 MarvelComics licensed it as part of the 20-part miniseries ''Shogun Warriors'', along with ''{{Anime/Raideen}}'' and DanguardAce, under the name Combattra. One of the latter issues in the series even featured the standard [[LetsYouAndHimFight "Heroic misunderstanding"]] with the ComicBook/FantasticFour.

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The series was brought over to the US in a fashion... As part of a toyline called ''Shogun Warriors'' that also included other super Robots such as {{Anime/Raideen}} and Anime/GreatMazinger In 1979 MarvelComics licensed it as part of the 20-part miniseries ''Shogun Warriors'', along with ''{{Anime/Raideen}}'' and DanguardAce, ''Anime/PlanetRoboDanguardAce'', under the name Combattra. One of the latter issues in the series even featured the standard [[LetsYouAndHimFight "Heroic misunderstanding"]] with the ComicBook/FantasticFour.
15th Jul '16 2:40:55 PM WolfThunder
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This series is a staple of the ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' franchise. It was introduced in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars3''
24th May '16 6:18:08 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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The series (along with the later two shows) was created by Saburo Yatsude, who would later go on to create ''Anime/GoLion'' (best familiar to American viewers as the "Lion Force" half of {{Voltron}}). "Saburo Yatsude" is not a real person, but a pseudonym which refers to the collective staff at Toei ([[ToeiCompany the main office]], rather than the [[ToeiAnimation animation studio]]; the series was animated by Nippon {{Sunrise}} and produced by Toei Co. Ltd).

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The series (along with the later two shows) was created by Saburo Yatsude, who would later go on to create ''Anime/GoLion'' (best familiar to American viewers as the "Lion Force" half of {{Voltron}}).Anime/{{Voltron}}). "Saburo Yatsude" is not a real person, but a pseudonym which refers to the collective staff at Toei ([[ToeiCompany the main office]], rather than the [[ToeiAnimation animation studio]]; the series was animated by Nippon {{Sunrise}} and produced by Toei Co. Ltd).
3rd May '16 4:09:13 AM rafi
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* FiveManBand: The first example (and most imited) in a robot series:
** TheLeader: Hyoma Aoi.
** TheLancer: Juzo Naniwa.
** TheBigGuy: Daisaku Nishikawa.
** TheSmartGuy: Kosuke Kita.
** TheChick: Chizuru Nanbara.



* FollowTheLeader: Being a SuperRobotGenre show, naturally it used ''Anime/MazingerZ'' as its template. However, later SuperRobotGenre shows that used the FiveManBand trope used ''Combattler-V'' as their template.



* MarthDebutedInSmashBros Alongside ''{{Anime/Raideen}}'', poor ''Combattler'' was involved in one of the most '''bizarre''' instances of the trope in the history of the entire ''medium''. Suffice it to say that Marvel Comics didn't watch the show at any point, and you sure won't find Hyouma and crew anywhere in "Shogun Warriors"...
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