History Anime / GaoGaiGar

26th May '16 7:30:46 AM WolfThunder
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The series opens with the most patently awesome version of DeliveryStork ''ever'' as a giant robot lion delivers a human-looking baby to an unsuspecting couple in the middle of a snowstorm, who name the baby Mamoru. Eight years later, in the far flung future of 2005, Mamoru is on a school trip to a garbage island in order to have demonstrated to him the importance of recycling, only to awaken a giant {{Robeast}}. He and his classmates are trapped on said robot, and all hope seems lost as the military bombards it with fighter jets, only to have them shot out of the sky. But what's this? A mysterious cyborg swoops in to save them, [[TransformationSequence then jumps into the giant robot lion from eight years ago, turning it into a large robot man.]] When this proves not enough to save the kids, he [[CombiningMecha fuses it with a bullet train, stealth bomber and drill tank]] and basically rips its heart out. Just as he's about to crush it however, Mamoru suddenly starts to glow green, wings of light spread from his back, and he flies towards the robot, begging the robot not to destroy the core.

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The series opens with the most patently awesome version of the DeliveryStork trope ''ever'' as a giant robot lion delivers a human-looking baby to an unsuspecting couple in the middle of a snowstorm, who name the baby Mamoru. Eight years later, in the far flung future of 2005, [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture 2005]], Mamoru is on a school trip to a garbage island in order to have demonstrated to him the importance of recycling, only to awaken a giant {{Robeast}}. He and his classmates are trapped on said robot, and all hope seems lost as the military bombards it with fighter jets, only to have them shot out of the sky. But what's this? A mysterious cyborg swoops in to save them, [[TransformationSequence then jumps into the giant robot lion from eight years ago, turning it into a large robot man.]] When this proves not enough to save the kids, he [[CombiningMecha fuses it with a bullet train, stealth bomber and drill tank]] and basically rips its heart out. Just as he's about to crush it however, Mamoru suddenly starts to glow green, wings of light spread from his back, and he flies towards the robot, begging the robot not to destroy the core.
16th May '16 8:07:26 AM shuniya
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The series opens with the most patently awesome version of the Stork ''ever'' as a giant robot lion delivers a human-looking baby to an unsuspecting couple in the middle of a snowstorm, who name the baby Mamoru. Eight years later, in the far flung future of 2005, Mamoru is on a school trip to a garbage island in order to have demonstrated to him the importance of recycling, only to awaken a giant {{Robeast}}. He and his classmates are trapped on said robot, and all hope seems lost as the military bombards it with fighter jets, only to have them shot out of the sky. But what's this? A mysterious cyborg swoops in to save them, [[TransformationSequence then jumps into the giant robot lion from eight years ago, turning it into a large robot man.]] When this proves not enough to save the kids, he [[CombiningMecha fuses it with a bullet train, stealth bomber and drill tank]] and basically rips its heart out. Just as he's about to crush it however, Mamoru suddenly starts to glow green, wings of light spread from his back, and he flies towards the robot, begging the robot not to destroy the core.

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The series opens with the most patently awesome version of the Stork DeliveryStork ''ever'' as a giant robot lion delivers a human-looking baby to an unsuspecting couple in the middle of a snowstorm, who name the baby Mamoru. Eight years later, in the far flung future of 2005, Mamoru is on a school trip to a garbage island in order to have demonstrated to him the importance of recycling, only to awaken a giant {{Robeast}}. He and his classmates are trapped on said robot, and all hope seems lost as the military bombards it with fighter jets, only to have them shot out of the sky. But what's this? A mysterious cyborg swoops in to save them, [[TransformationSequence then jumps into the giant robot lion from eight years ago, turning it into a large robot man.]] When this proves not enough to save the kids, he [[CombiningMecha fuses it with a bullet train, stealth bomber and drill tank]] and basically rips its heart out. Just as he's about to crush it however, Mamoru suddenly starts to glow green, wings of light spread from his back, and he flies towards the robot, begging the robot not to destroy the core.
11th Mar '16 8:22:51 AM shuniya
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It proved so popular with the PeripheryDemographic that it received a DarkerAndEdgier [[{{OriginalVideoAnimation}} OVA]] called ''Yuusha-Oh ''Anime/GaoGaiGarFINAL'', which elevated the sheer [[SerialEscalation Over-The-Top-itude]] several times over, as well as providing a lot more explicit (and occasionally very jarring) {{Fanservice}}. ''FINAL'' would later be edited into ''Yuusha-Oh [=GaoGaiGar=] FINAL Grand Glorious Gathering'', a thirteen-episode television version of ''FINAL'' made to strengthen the series' ties to sister-show ''{{Anime/Betterman}}'' and promote the upcoming next installment of the Brave Corps series, which would have been a sequel to ''FINAL''. Unfortunately by this time, interest in the franchise had waned significantly, and the sequel never came to pass. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMPTW7MGVqE Another sequel]], codenamed ''Project Z'', was also ultimately dropped due to said lack of interest. A petition to persuade Sunrise to rethink this decision can be found [[http://www.petitionspot.com/petitions/gaogaigarprojectz here]]. During the summer of 2011, San Three created a pachinko machine called [=GaoGaiGar=] CR based on the original series.

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It proved so popular with the PeripheryDemographic that it received a DarkerAndEdgier [[{{OriginalVideoAnimation}} OVA]] called ''Yuusha-Oh ''Yuusha-Oh'' ''Anime/GaoGaiGarFINAL'', which elevated the sheer [[SerialEscalation Over-The-Top-itude]] several times over, as well as providing a lot more explicit (and occasionally very jarring) {{Fanservice}}. ''FINAL'' would later be edited into ''Yuusha-Oh [=GaoGaiGar=] FINAL Grand Glorious Gathering'', a thirteen-episode television version of ''FINAL'' made to strengthen the series' ties to sister-show ''{{Anime/Betterman}}'' and promote the upcoming next installment of the Brave Corps series, which would have been a sequel to ''FINAL''. Unfortunately by this time, interest in the franchise had waned significantly, and the sequel never came to pass. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMPTW7MGVqE Another sequel]], codenamed ''Project Z'', was also ultimately dropped due to said lack of interest. A petition to persuade Sunrise to rethink this decision can be found [[http://www.petitionspot.com/petitions/gaogaigarprojectz here]]. During the summer of 2011, San Three created a pachinko machine called [=GaoGaiGar=] CR based on the original series.
3rd Feb '16 11:01:39 AM TheTropper
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Thus goes the first episode of ''[=GaoGaiGar=]'', an anime made in the aftermath of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' that continued the [[HotBlood hot-blooded]] spirit of its venerable "Braves" franchise, [[{{Reconstruction}} gleefully revisiting the old school]] [[SuperRobotGenre super robot]] style of [[RocketPunch brute-force attacks]] [[CallingYourAttacks while declaring each one by name,]] and [[RuleOfCool action driven by a pretty good plot.]] The first 25 episodes are MonsterOfTheWeek action - Someone gets made into a Zonder, they attack the city, GGG launch to fight it. It doesn't get old, though; new technologies and characters get introduced at a constant rate to keep it interesting and you get the occasional [[{{Foreshadowing}} glimpse of what's to come]]. Then, after the half-way point [[WhamEpisode all hell breaks loose]] and GGG have to try twice as hard as they were just to stay alive. Courage, friendship and sacrifice, it's everything a growing boy needs. Overall a very solid series. Lots of fun, made for kids without being overtly "kiddy" and with some damn fine robot fights.

It proved so popular with the PeripheryDemographic that it received a DarkerAndEdgier [[{{OriginalVideoAnimation}} OVA]] called ''Yuusha-Oh [=GaoGaiGar=] FINAL'', which elevated the sheer [[SerialEscalation Over-The-Top-itude]] several times over, as well as providing a lot more explicit (and occasionally very jarring) {{Fanservice}}. ''FINAL'' would later be edited into ''Yuusha-Oh [=GaoGaiGar=] FINAL Grand Glorious Gathering'', a thirteen-episode television version of ''FINAL'' made to strengthen the series' ties to sister-show ''{{Anime/Betterman}}'' and promote the upcoming next installment of the Brave Corps series, which would have been a sequel to ''FINAL''. Unfortunately by this time, interest in the franchise had waned significantly, and the sequel never came to pass. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMPTW7MGVqE Another sequel]], codenamed ''Project Z'', was also ultimately dropped due to said lack of interest. A petition to persuade Sunrise to rethink this decision can be found [[http://www.petitionspot.com/petitions/gaogaigarprojectz here]]. During the summer of 2011, San Three created a pachinko machine called [=GaoGaiGar=] CR based on the original series.

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Thus goes the first episode of ''[=GaoGaiGar=]'', an anime made in the aftermath of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' that continued the [[HotBlood hot-blooded]] spirit of its venerable "Braves" franchise, [[{{Reconstruction}} gleefully revisiting the old school]] [[SuperRobotGenre super robot]] style of [[RocketPunch brute-force attacks]] [[CallingYourAttacks while declaring each one by name,]] and [[RuleOfCool action driven by a pretty good plot.]] The first 25 26 episodes are MonsterOfTheWeek action - Someone gets made turned into a Zonder, they attack the city, GGG launch launches to fight it. It doesn't get old, though; new technologies and characters get introduced at a constant rate to keep it interesting and you get the occasional [[{{Foreshadowing}} glimpse of what's to come]]. Then, after the half-way point [[WhamEpisode all hell breaks loose]] and GGG have to try twice as hard as they were just to stay alive. Courage, friendship and sacrifice, it's everything a growing boy needs. Overall a very solid series. Lots of fun, made for kids without being overtly "kiddy" and with some damn fine robot fights.

fights. The show was later dubbed by Media Busters, however only half of the episodes were dubbed in English and the other episodes were released subbed on Dvd.

It proved so popular with the PeripheryDemographic that it received a DarkerAndEdgier [[{{OriginalVideoAnimation}} OVA]] called ''Yuusha-Oh [=GaoGaiGar=] FINAL'', ''Anime/GaoGaiGarFINAL'', which elevated the sheer [[SerialEscalation Over-The-Top-itude]] several times over, as well as providing a lot more explicit (and occasionally very jarring) {{Fanservice}}. ''FINAL'' would later be edited into ''Yuusha-Oh [=GaoGaiGar=] FINAL Grand Glorious Gathering'', a thirteen-episode television version of ''FINAL'' made to strengthen the series' ties to sister-show ''{{Anime/Betterman}}'' and promote the upcoming next installment of the Brave Corps series, which would have been a sequel to ''FINAL''. Unfortunately by this time, interest in the franchise had waned significantly, and the sequel never came to pass. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMPTW7MGVqE Another sequel]], codenamed ''Project Z'', was also ultimately dropped due to said lack of interest. A petition to persuade Sunrise to rethink this decision can be found [[http://www.petitionspot.com/petitions/gaogaigarprojectz here]]. During the summer of 2011, San Three created a pachinko machine called [=GaoGaiGar=] CR based on the original series.
3rd Feb '16 10:44:23 AM TheTropper
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* WellIntentionedExtremist:
** [[spoiler: The Zonderians just want to relieve everybody's stress by turning them into machines, which can't feel stress, albeit who can't feel anything else as well.]]
** [[spoiler: Likewise, the 11 Masters of Sol from FINAL are just trying to rebuild the Trinary Solar System after it was destroyed by the Zonderians. It just so happens that they're using the rest of the universe as construction material.]]

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* WellIntentionedExtremist:
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WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler: The Zonderians just want to relieve everybody's stress by turning them into machines, which can't feel stress, albeit who can't feel anything else as well.]]
** [[spoiler: Likewise, the 11 Masters of Sol from FINAL are just trying to rebuild the Trinary Solar System after it was destroyed by the Zonderians. It just so happens that they're using the rest of the universe as construction material.
]]




!! Tropes in [=GaoGaiGar=] FINAL:

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* ActionGirl: Rune Cardiff Shishioh.
* BattleInTheRain: FINAL #2, [[spoiler:Gai in [=GaoFiGar=] vs Mamoru in the old [=GaoGaiGar=]. Or so it seemed.]]
* BigNo: Mikoto let's one out at the end of episode 5.
* BittersweetEnding: Despite having defeated the 11 Soul Masters and destroyed the Pas-Q Machine, thus saving the universe, the heroes are trapped where the Repli-Trinary Solar System was, and they can only send Mamoru and Arma back to Earth to reunite with their families and friends. Though they believe GGG will find a way back to the solar system, despite having been banished from it by the UN.
** Except the very last frames shows that there might still be hope left. The last thing we get to see in FINAL is nothing less than the Galeoria Comet, that sent them to the Repli-Trinary Solar System in the first place. And as we learned in the beginning of FINAL, the Galeoria Comet passes Earth once every 8 years. So there is still hope for the heroic GGG, if they can survive for those 8 years.
*** A bit of GuideDangIt would show that they may not have even had to wait anywhere near ''that'' long: one of Genesic's abilities that was never shown is called the Galeoria Road. Most speculation on it is that it emulates the dimension-travelling power of the Galeoria Comet, meaning that the key to their salvation is already at hand.
* BookEnds: In the first episode, EI-02 takes a Broken Magnum to the head, and regenerates, just to take a punch right in the jaw. In the last episode of FINAL, Palparepa takes a Broken Magnum at point-blank range, right in the head, and regenerates, just in time to get a socked right in the jaw.
** In fact, this also happens during the battle against Zonuda.
*** The entire final battle between Genesic [=GaoGaiGar=] and Palparepa Prajna is almost identical to the battle between [=GaoGaiGar=] and Zonuda. At least the part after a bright explosion of light and a silhouette of [=GaoGaiGar=] with rocks floating upwards. The dialogue is changed, though.
* TheCameo: Alouette from the Final 00 manga has three.
** Shigeru Akamatsu and his two assistants from Betterman appear in episodes 4 and 8.
** Lamia also from Betterman has several only in Grand Glorious Gathering.
* ChekhovsGun: Of all things, the ''Tiger Wood''.
* ContinuityNod: The [=GaoGaiGar=] vs. Palparepa match at the end of FINAL was basically a big throwback to the last fight of the original series ([[spoiler:the one against Zonuda]]). Except for the "punching the enemy during regeneration" bit, that relates to ''the very first episode''.
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* DarkerAndEdgier: FINAL is much darker than the original series, given that it's an OVA, it's obvious why.
* DarkestHour: FINAL episodes 4/5. 3G has been laid low by Palparepa's chemical nanomachines and manipulated into shutting down the Brave Robo Corps. Arma and Renais have been defeated by the Sol Masters, but Guy and [=GaoFighGar=] have been utterly ''curbstomped'' by Palparepa; [=GaoFighGar=] has been reduced to scrap metal, and Guy appears to be dead. All hope seems completely lost... and then Mamoru comes back, Renais finds Soldato-J, the J-Ark flies again, and the story begins to pull itself back from the DespairEventHorizon.
* EditedForSyndication: Grand Glorious Gathering can be seen as this. Although it adds new scenes that link it to the Betterman Universe.
* EpisodeZeroTheBeginning: There is a six part manga prequel that shows the creation of [=GaoFighGar=] and more about Bionet.
* EveryoneLooksSexierIfFrench: Renais is French, and is very hot... well, literally and figuratively. Look but don't touch--her skin temperature runs hot enough to burn on contact.
** The French Dragons are the only female robots in the series, making them hot by default.
** Also subverted from the very beginning - Swan White, GGG's resident MsFanservice, is American.
* FirstChurchOfMecha: Rather fitting in that Genesic [=GaoGaiGar=] is also referred to as the God of Destruction. Rightly so, too.
** Fitting its title, the final battle in FINAL sees Genesic's Protect Shade pretty busted up. In fact, all the damage dealt to Genesic is on the Protect side, while the Broken side remains unscathed, even when Genesic is hurled into a building.
* AGodAmI: Palparepa.
* GoOutWithASmile: Once Pisa Sol is destroyed, one could tell [[spoiler:Goldymarg]] was smiling before his death.
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* HesBack: Episode 6 of FINAL completely undoes Guy's HeroicBSOD, topping his triumphant return off with him, now in control of Genesic [=GaoGaiGar=] (aka ''The God Of Destruction''), ending the episode by handing the Sol Masters nothing short of a '''''DEATH SENTENCE.'''''
** BigDamnHeroes + this trope = Episode 34. [[spoiler: After being put practically into stasis from their battle with EI-01 and having their base annihilated by the first 3 Primevals, Volfogg, [=HyoRyu=], [=EnRyu=], Goldymarg, and the King of Braves himself all come roaring back and show the new {{Big Bad}}s that messing with the Gutsy Galaxy Guard was a HUGE mistake.]]
* HopeSpot: Episodes 31 and 46, the start of ''FINAL'' episode 5, and then [[spoiler: subverted back and forth like a ping-pong ball a few times in]] ''FINAL'' episode 8.
* LotusEaterMachine: A somewhat variation of this trope in the form of the Pares Particles, which causes nerve cells to be greatly relaxed, most of GGG is overtaken easily due to their desire for peace, while Guy and Reine aren't affected because of their G-Stones, Papillon isn't also because she studied with hallucinating effects.
* MadnessMantra: The Repli-Brave Corps constantly chant Terminate upon seeing King J-Der.
* MoodWhiplash: Thanks to the replacement for Kotaro being this old bugger who takes his time over the Final Fusion commands.
* MyNameIsInigoMontoya: With Palparepa towards the end of ''FINAL'':
-->'''Palparepa:''' Total victory... this is the right of God.\\
'''Guy:''' I'll show you... '''THE POWER OF TRUE COURAGE!'''\\
[=Genesic GaoGaiGar=] stands and powers up to excessive levels.\\
'''Palparepa:''' Go ahead and show me!
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Genesic [=GaoGaiGar=] is referred to as "the God of Destruction". Of course he's one of the good guys, but that is certainly not the name of something most people want to mess with.
* NoodleIncident: Upon seeing Guy, Gimlet mentions that he will pay him back for the event in Hong Kong.
* PostScriptSeason: ''[=GaoGaiGar=] FINAL''. Actually good, unlike most.
* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Guy and Palparepa are fond of throwing these at each other in FINAL. Palparepa is particularly fond of mocking Guy for his mortality and claiming that "lesser beings" like humans can never match immortals like himself. After hearing this for half the series, Guy finally makes his rebuttal in the midst of a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown in episode 8:
-->'''Guy:''' The reason you tried to seal off GGG...! The reason you couldn't come close to the G-Crystal...! The reason you isolated [=GaoFighGar=]...! The reason you didn't come to directly attack our Earth...! ''It's all because you feared us!'' The G-Stone's power can only grow and surpass the power of the Loud G-Stone! '''''This is the energy BORN FROM COURAGE!!'''''
* SciFiWritersHaveNoSenseOfScale: In FINAL. Apparently, it requires a whole universe worth of dark matter to rebuild one solar system.
* SuperPrototype: Genesic (I.E. Original) [=GaoGaiGar=] is more powerful than [=GaoGaiGar=] and [=GaoFighGar=]. Could be [[JustifiedTrope justified]] in that Earth's technology wasn't quite advanced enough to fully replicate the Green Planet's [=GaoMachines=].
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-->''[[TheEnd This is the end of the tale of the brave king who transcends fate...]]''
22nd Jan '16 3:25:05 PM spectertv
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Added DiffLines:

* TheCameo: Alouette from the Final 00 manga has three.
** Shigeru Akamatsu and his two assistants from Betterman appear in episodes 4 and 8.
** Lamia also from Betterman has several only in Grand Glorious Gathering.


Added DiffLines:

* EditedForSyndication: Grand Glorious Gathering can be seen as this. Although it adds new scenes that link it to the Betterman Universe.
* EpisodeZeroTheBeginning: There is a six part manga prequel that shows the creation of [=GaoFighGar=] and more about Bionet.


Added DiffLines:

* MadnessMantra: The Repli-Brave Corps constantly chant Terminate upon seeing King J-Der.


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* NoodleIncident: Upon seeing Guy, Gimlet mentions that he will pay him back for the event in Hong Kong.
15th Jan '16 9:37:16 AM Anddrix
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Thus goes the first episode of ''[=GaoGaiGar=]'', an anime made in the aftermath of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' that continued the [[HotBlood hot-blooded]] spirit of its venerable "Braves" franchise, [[{{Reconstruction}} gleefully revisiting the old school]] [[SuperRobotGenre super robot]] style of [[RocketPunch brute-force attacks]] [[CallingYourAttacks while declaring each one by name,]] and [[RuleOfCool action driven by a pretty good plot.]] The first 25 episodes are MonsterOfTheWeek action - Someone gets made into a Zonder, they attack the city, GGG launch to fight it. It doesn't get old, though; new technologies and characters get introduced at a constant rate to keep it interesting and you get the occasional [[{{Foreshadowing}} glimpse of what's to come]]. Then, after the half-way point [[WhamEpisode all hell breaks loose]] and GGG have to try twice as hard as they were just to stay alive. Courage, friendship and sacrifice, it's everything a growing boy needs. Overall a very solid series. Lots of fun, made for kids without being overtly [[ViewersAreMorons "kiddy"]] and with some damn fine robot fights.

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Thus goes the first episode of ''[=GaoGaiGar=]'', an anime made in the aftermath of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' that continued the [[HotBlood hot-blooded]] spirit of its venerable "Braves" franchise, [[{{Reconstruction}} gleefully revisiting the old school]] [[SuperRobotGenre super robot]] style of [[RocketPunch brute-force attacks]] [[CallingYourAttacks while declaring each one by name,]] and [[RuleOfCool action driven by a pretty good plot.]] The first 25 episodes are MonsterOfTheWeek action - Someone gets made into a Zonder, they attack the city, GGG launch to fight it. It doesn't get old, though; new technologies and characters get introduced at a constant rate to keep it interesting and you get the occasional [[{{Foreshadowing}} glimpse of what's to come]]. Then, after the half-way point [[WhamEpisode all hell breaks loose]] and GGG have to try twice as hard as they were just to stay alive. Courage, friendship and sacrifice, it's everything a growing boy needs. Overall a very solid series. Lots of fun, made for kids without being overtly [[ViewersAreMorons "kiddy"]] "kiddy" and with some damn fine robot fights.
12th Jan '16 5:31:02 AM darksoul4242
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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: Mic's gear gets shown off during one of the {{eyecatch}}es, and his hoverboard is labeled the "Gutyy Galaxy Guard" version... in episode 30, two episodes before the Galaxy Guard are introduced and even before the WhamEpisode that could make you think the Geoid Guard gets completely annihilated. Interestingly, this was printed ''in English'' originally, so it's a little hard to know just how many people picked up on the spoiler in the original broadcast.

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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: Mic's gear gets shown off during one of the {{eyecatch}}es, and his hoverboard is labeled the "Gutyy "Gutsy Galaxy Guard" version... in episode 30, two episodes before the Galaxy Guard are introduced and even before the WhamEpisode that could make you think the Geoid Guard gets completely annihilated. Interestingly, this was printed ''in English'' originally, so it's a little hard to know just how many people picked up on the spoiler in the original broadcast.



** Well, Renais' rebuilding was done unnecessarily, against her will, by a criminal arms-merchant [[{{MegaCorp}} mega-corporation]]. Her dad just fixed their screwups as best he could, and even then he couldn't correct everything without killing her, thus her heat problems.

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** Well, Renais' rebuilding was done unnecessarily, against her will, by a criminal arms-merchant [[{{MegaCorp}} mega-corporation]]. Her dad just fixed their screwups screw-ups as best he could, and even then he couldn't correct everything without killing her, thus her heat problems.
11th Jan '16 5:03:18 AM darksoul4242
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* InconsistentDub: Pinchernone's laugh [[note]] BREEEEE vs a rapidfire HAHAHAHAH[[/note]], the amount of vocoding used by the ,echa members, and pronunciation of names [[note]] [=GaoGaiGar=] is often pronounced GaoGai"Ger"[[/note]] vary between episodes in the English dub.

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* InconsistentDub: Pinchernone's laugh [[note]] BREEEEE vs a rapidfire HAHAHAHAH[[/note]], the amount of vocoding used by the ,echa mecha members, and pronunciation of names [[note]] [=GaoGaiGar=] is often pronounced GaoGai"Ger"[[/note]] vary between episodes in the English dub.
11th Jan '16 5:01:32 AM darksoul4242
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*** To say nothing of the fact it's made clear early on in flashbacks that Mikoto's parents were killed when Pasder crashed into her house and she was attacked by him and is mysteriously fine for no reason.

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*** ** To say nothing of the fact it's made clear early on in flashbacks that Mikoto's parents were killed when Pasder crashed into her house and she was attacked by him and is mysteriously fine for no reason.
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