History Anime / MazingerZ

11th Nov '15 5:27:55 PM Doug86
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* ''Anime/ShinMazinger'': A new series, ''[[ShinMazinger Shin Mazinger Impact! Z Chapter]]'', began airing in April 2009. It is sort of a reboot. Creator/GoNagai wrote a one-shot story set in that continuity. * ''ShinMazingerZero'': Shin Mazinger Zero is a manga that was released in 2009 in the magazine Champion Red, created by Creator/GoNagai and YoshiakiTabata. It has no connection with ''ShinMazinger'', but it is connected with the original anime, and in a nutshell is what you have when the ''Anime/MazingerZ'' original manga meets ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''. The manga is nine-volume-long and a sequel is being published.
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* ''Anime/ShinMazinger'': A new series, ''[[ShinMazinger ''[[Anime/ShinMazinger Shin Mazinger Impact! Z Chapter]]'', began airing in April 2009. It is sort of a reboot. Creator/GoNagai wrote a one-shot story set in that continuity. * ''ShinMazingerZero'': Shin Mazinger Zero is a manga that was released in 2009 in the magazine Champion Red, created by Creator/GoNagai and YoshiakiTabata. It has no connection with ''ShinMazinger'', ''Anime/ShinMazinger'', but it is connected with the original anime, and in a nutshell is what you have when the ''Anime/MazingerZ'' original manga meets ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''. The manga is nine-volume-long and a sequel is being published.
20th Jul '15 9:40:20 AM nombretomado
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* ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'': Following the success of ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'', and the Mazinger Z upgrade Mazinkaiser created for the series, this anime received a retelling in 2001 as an OVA series, ''{{Mazinkaiser}}'', which introduces said mecha into the Mazinger canon. The OVA also featured the characters from the second part of the original trilogy, ''Anime/GreatMazinger''. Creator/GoNagai published an alternate one-shot in 2001, but in 2003, one volume was published adapting the OVA story, written by Creator/GoNagai and drawn by Creator/NaotoTsushima.
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* ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'': Following the success of ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'', and the Mazinger Z upgrade Mazinkaiser created for the series, this anime received a retelling in 2001 as an OVA series, ''{{Mazinkaiser}}'', ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'', which introduces said mecha into the Mazinger canon. The OVA also featured the characters from the second part of the original trilogy, ''Anime/GreatMazinger''. Creator/GoNagai published an alternate one-shot in 2001, but in 2003, one volume was published adapting the OVA story, written by Creator/GoNagai and drawn by Creator/NaotoTsushima.
12th Jun '15 7:15:38 PM nombretomado
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''Mazinger Z'' was followed by ''GreatMazinger'' and ''UFORoboGrendizer''. However, being a forty-years-old LongRunner franchise, it has got many sequels, spin-offs and remakes throughout four decades:
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''Mazinger Z'' was followed by ''GreatMazinger'' ''Anime/GreatMazinger'' and ''UFORoboGrendizer''. ''Anime/UFORoboGrendizer''. However, being a forty-years-old LongRunner franchise, it has got gotten many sequels, spin-offs and remakes throughout four decades:

* ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'': Following the success of ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'', and the Mazinger Z upgrade Mazinkaiser created for the series, this anime received a retelling in 2001 as an OVA series, ''{{Mazinkaiser}}'', which introduces said mecha into the Mazinger canon. The OVA also featured the characters from the second part of the original trilogy, ''GreatMazinger''. Creator/GoNagai published an alternate one-shot in 2001, but in 2003, one volume was published adapting the OVA story, written by Creator/GoNagai and drawn by Creator/NaotoTsushima.
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* ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'': Following the success of ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'', and the Mazinger Z upgrade Mazinkaiser created for the series, this anime received a retelling in 2001 as an OVA series, ''{{Mazinkaiser}}'', which introduces said mecha into the Mazinger canon. The OVA also featured the characters from the second part of the original trilogy, ''GreatMazinger''.''Anime/GreatMazinger''. Creator/GoNagai published an alternate one-shot in 2001, but in 2003, one volume was published adapting the OVA story, written by Creator/GoNagai and drawn by Creator/NaotoTsushima.
12th May '15 9:48:17 AM ShinyTsukkomi
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Considered to be [[TropeMaker THE granddaddy]] of the SuperRobotGenre, ''Mazinger Z'' is the first entry of the ''Mazinger'' trilogy. The first manga version was serialized in ''Shueisha Weekly ShonenJump'' from October 1972 to August 1973, and it later continued in ''Kodansha'' TV Magazine from October 1973 to September 1974. In December 1972, the anime version premiered on Fuji Television. The TV series ended September 1, 1974. A second manga series was released alongside the TV show, this one drawn by Gosaku Ota, which started and ended almost at the same time of the TV show.
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Considered to be [[TropeMaker THE granddaddy]] of the SuperRobotGenre, ''Mazinger Z'' is the first entry of the ''Mazinger'' trilogy. The first manga version was serialized in ''Shueisha Weekly ShonenJump'' Magazine/ShonenJump'' from October 1972 to August 1973, and it later continued in ''Kodansha'' TV Magazine from October 1973 to September 1974. In December 1972, the anime version premiered on Fuji Television. The TV series ended September 1, 1974. A second manga series was released alongside the TV show, this one drawn by Gosaku Ota, which started and ended almost at the same time of the TV show.
24th Nov '14 12:33:03 AM kirara19
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Considered to be [[TropeMaker THE granddaddy]] of the SuperRobotGenre, ''Mazinger Z'' is the first entry of the ''Mazinger'' trilogy. The first manga version was serialized in ''Shueisha Weekly ShonenJump'' from October 1972 to August 1973, and it later continued in ''Kodansha'' TV Magazine from October 1973 to September 1974. In December 1972, the anime version premiered on Fuji Television. The TV series ended September 1, 1974. A second manga series was released alongside the TV show, this one drawn by Creator/Gosaku Ota, which started and ended almost at the same time of the TV show.
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Considered to be [[TropeMaker THE granddaddy]] of the SuperRobotGenre, ''Mazinger Z'' is the first entry of the ''Mazinger'' trilogy. The first manga version was serialized in ''Shueisha Weekly ShonenJump'' from October 1972 to August 1973, and it later continued in ''Kodansha'' TV Magazine from October 1973 to September 1974. In December 1972, the anime version premiered on Fuji Television. The TV series ended September 1, 1974. A second manga series was released alongside the TV show, this one drawn by Creator/Gosaku Gosaku Ota, which started and ended almost at the same time of the TV show.
9th Jul '14 6:58:58 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''CBCharaGoNagaiWorld'': A {{Crossover}} between ''Anime/MazingerZ'', ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' and ''Manga/ViolenceJack'', featuring a ton of {{ShoutOut}}s to many Creator/GoNagai series. The {{Devilman}} main characters find themselves suddenly chibi-fied and trapped into a strange world, and they set off on a quest to ascertain what is happening and get their real bodies back. It was made in 1991, and a manga version was published in 1992.
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* ''CBCharaGoNagaiWorld'': ''Anime/CBCharaGoNagaiWorld'': A {{Crossover}} between ''Anime/MazingerZ'', ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' and ''Manga/ViolenceJack'', featuring a ton of {{ShoutOut}}s to many Creator/GoNagai series. The {{Devilman}} main characters find themselves suddenly chibi-fied and trapped into a strange world, and they set off on a quest to ascertain what is happening and get their real bodies back. It was made in 1991, and a manga version was published in 1992.

Other than in all ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' games (before [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsUX UX]], that is), ''Mazinger Z'' also appears in several videogames: Mazinger Z, a Beat'-Em-Up for SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem; Mazinger Z, an arcade Shoot'-Em-Up featuring all robots in the trilogy; Mazin Saga Mutant Fighter, a Beat'-Em-Up for Genesis based on the MazinSaga manga; and CB Chara Wars, an action game based on the CBCharaGoNagaiWorld OVA.
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Other than in all ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' games (before [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsUX UX]], that is), ''Mazinger Z'' also appears in several videogames: Mazinger Z, a Beat'-Em-Up for SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem; Mazinger Z, an arcade Shoot'-Em-Up featuring all robots in the trilogy; Mazin Saga Mutant Fighter, a Beat'-Em-Up for Genesis based on the MazinSaga manga; and CB Chara Wars, an action game based on the CBCharaGoNagaiWorld Anime/CBCharaGoNagaiWorld OVA.
30th May '14 7:17:14 PM WillBGood
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* ''Anime/UFORoboGrendizer'': The last series of the original trilogy, it narrates how Kouji Kabuto found Duke Fleed and Grendizer, and how they fought together against the AlienInvasion from the planet Vega. The anime was produced by {{Toei}} and Dynamic Planning, and it premiered in Fuji TV in 1975. Grendizer had THREE manga versions in 1976: the Creator/GoNagai version is two volumes long; the GosakuOta version is three volumes long; and the HidearuImamichi version is comprised of one single volume.
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* ''Anime/UFORoboGrendizer'': The last series of the original trilogy, it narrates how Kouji Kabuto found Duke Fleed and Grendizer, and how they fought together against the AlienInvasion from the planet Vega. The anime was produced by {{Toei}} and Dynamic Planning, and it premiered in Fuji TV in 1975. Grendizer had THREE manga versions in 1976: the Creator/GoNagai version is two volumes long; the GosakuOta Creator/GosakuOta version is three volumes long; and the HidearuImamichi Creator/HidearuImamichi version is comprised of one single volume.

* ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'': Following the success of ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'', and the Mazinger Z upgrade Mazinkaiser created for the series, this anime received a retelling in 2001 as an OVA series, ''{{Mazinkaiser}}'', which introduces said mecha into the Mazinger canon. The OVA also featured the characters from the second part of the original trilogy, ''GreatMazinger''. Creator/GoNagai published an alternate one-shot in 2001, but in 2003, one volume was published adapting the OVA story, written by Creator/GoNagai and drawn by NaotoTsushima.
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* ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'': Following the success of ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'', and the Mazinger Z upgrade Mazinkaiser created for the series, this anime received a retelling in 2001 as an OVA series, ''{{Mazinkaiser}}'', which introduces said mecha into the Mazinger canon. The OVA also featured the characters from the second part of the original trilogy, ''GreatMazinger''. Creator/GoNagai published an alternate one-shot in 2001, but in 2003, one volume was published adapting the OVA story, written by Creator/GoNagai and drawn by NaotoTsushima.Creator/NaotoTsushima.

* ''Manga/MazingerAngels'': An alternate story and ''Series/CharliesAngels'' spoof: Sayaka, Jun, Hikaru and Maria form the Mazinger Angels team, a group that uses giant robots to investigate odd crimes and happenings. Written by Creator/GoNagai and drawn by AkihikoNiina, it was published in 2004 and it lasted four volumes. A two-volume-long sequel -''Mazinger Angels Z''- was published in 2008.
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* ''Manga/MazingerAngels'': An alternate story and ''Series/CharliesAngels'' spoof: Sayaka, Jun, Hikaru and Maria form the Mazinger Angels team, a group that uses giant robots to investigate odd crimes and happenings. Written by Creator/GoNagai and drawn by AkihikoNiina, Creator/AkihikoNiina, it was published in 2004 and it lasted four volumes. A two-volume-long sequel -''Mazinger sequel, ''Mazinger Angels Z''- Z'', was published in 2008.

* ''Manga/MazingerOtome'': A digital comic published in 2009 by Creator/GoNagai and MikioTachibana. In this alternate story, Creator/GoNagai classic Super Robots (Mazinger-Z, Great Mazinger, Grendizer, ''Anime/KotetsuJeeg'') are {{Robot Girl}}s.
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* ''Manga/MazingerOtome'': A digital comic published in 2009 by Creator/GoNagai and MikioTachibana.Creator/MikioTachibana. In this alternate story, Creator/GoNagai classic Super Robots (Mazinger-Z, Great Mazinger, Grendizer, ''Anime/KotetsuJeeg'') are {{Robot Girl}}s.
30th May '14 7:15:46 PM WillBGood
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Considered to be [[TropeMaker THE granddaddy]] of the SuperRobotGenre, ''Mazinger Z'' is the first entry of the ''Mazinger'' trilogy. The first manga version was serialized in ''Shueisha Weekly ShonenJump'' from October 1972 to August 1973, and it later continued in ''Kodansha'' TV Magazine from October 1973 to September 1974. In December 1972, the anime version premiered on Fuji Television. The TV series ended September 1, 1974. A second manga series was released alongside the TV show, this one drawn by Gosaku Ota, which started and ended almost at the same time of the TV show.
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Considered to be [[TropeMaker THE granddaddy]] of the SuperRobotGenre, ''Mazinger Z'' is the first entry of the ''Mazinger'' trilogy. The first manga version was serialized in ''Shueisha Weekly ShonenJump'' from October 1972 to August 1973, and it later continued in ''Kodansha'' TV Magazine from October 1973 to September 1974. In December 1972, the anime version premiered on Fuji Television. The TV series ended September 1, 1974. A second manga series was released alongside the TV show, this one drawn by Gosaku Creator/Gosaku Ota, which started and ended almost at the same time of the TV show.
4th May '14 8:41:46 AM NewtypeS3
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* ''Anime/DynamicSuperRobotsSoushingekki'': Released in 2000 as a three-part special with episodes from [[Anime/Getter Robo Shin Getter Robo vs Neo Getter Robo]], this little special features every single Super Robot made by Go Nagai (more or less) teaming up to punch things and generally promote the upcoming ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'' OVA.
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* ''Anime/DynamicSuperRobotsSoushingekki'': Released in 2000 as a three-part special with episodes from [[Anime/Getter Robo [[Anime/GetterRobo Shin Getter Robo vs Neo Getter Robo]], this little special features every single Super Robot made by Go Nagai (more or less) teaming up to punch things and generally promote the upcoming ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'' OVA.
4th May '14 8:16:16 AM NewtypeS3
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* ''Anime/DynamicSuperRobotsSoushingekki'': Released as a three-part special with episodes from [[Anime/Getter Robo Shin Getter Robo vs Neo Getter Robo]], this little special features every single Super Robot made by Go Nagai (more or less) teaming up to punch things and generally promote the upcoming ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'' OVA.
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* ''Anime/DynamicSuperRobotsSoushingekki'': Released in 2000 as a three-part special with episodes from [[Anime/Getter Robo Shin Getter Robo vs Neo Getter Robo]], this little special features every single Super Robot made by Go Nagai (more or less) teaming up to punch things and generally promote the upcoming ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'' OVA.
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