History YMMV / UFORoboGrendizer

27th Nov '15 10:01:51 PM nombretomado
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** To double the hilarity, ''ScottPilgrim'' features people who gain super-powers by becoming vegans. Countdown to Scott Pilgrim/Grendizer fanfic begins now...
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** To double the hilarity, ''ScottPilgrim'' ''ComicBook/ScottPilgrim'' features people who gain super-powers by becoming vegans. Countdown to Scott Pilgrim/Grendizer fanfic begins now...
14th Oct '15 5:16:03 AM rafi
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* SequelDisplacement: ''Grendizer'' was aired in France before ''Anime/MazingerZ'', becoming phenomenally popular. When ''Mazinger-Z'' was aired, it was accused of ripping-off one of its sequels.
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* SequelDisplacement: ''Grendizer'' was aired in France and in Italy before ''Anime/MazingerZ'', becoming phenomenally popular. When ''Mazinger-Z'' was aired, it was accused of ripping-off one of its sequels.
1st Aug '15 4:42:40 PM SpaceDrake
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* GatewaySeries: In France. Arrived in the late 70s on a public channel and created a public outcry. The reason was the ''french'' opening song, that [[WhatAnIdiot some]] found kinda xenophobic, extending this to the show itself. Was a HUGE success anyway, and it's basically thanks to this show that the anime fanbase ''exists'' in France, since it created the first french generation of anime-fans.
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* GatewaySeries: In France. Arrived in the late 70s on a public channel and created a public outcry. The reason was the ''french'' opening song, that [[WhatAnIdiot some]] found kinda xenophobic, extending this to the show itself. Was a HUGE success anyway, and it's basically thanks to this show that the anime fanbase ''exists'' in France, since it created the first french French generation of anime-fans.anime fans.

* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: ''Grendizer'' has a huge following in the Arab world, as well as in Europe, mostly in the French-speaking parts of both; also in Quebec province. ** In Italy (renamed Goldrake) has had a huge success and is still today very popular (help being one of the first anime aired in the country).
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: ''Grendizer'' ''Good god''. There's actually a case for naming the trope "Non-Japanese Love Grendizer", as the show has a huge an absolutely enormous following in the Arab world, as well as in Europe, mostly particularly in the French-speaking parts of both; also in Quebec province. ** In France and Italy (renamed Goldrake) has had a huge success and is still today very popular (help being one of (where it was the first exported anime aired in to get truly, monstrously popular). In Italy, where the country).show is known as ''Goldrake'', it's ''still'' very popular, particularly with kids of the 80s. Quebec also got the imported French version and it did well there.
20th Jul '15 9:54:33 AM nombretomado
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* BrokenBase: Between the Anime/MazingerZ / Anime/GreatMazinger fans and the ones from Grendizer anime (especially fans from France, Canada and the Middle East for the latter) This is due to the distribution of the anime in this countries previously to the two prequels, leading to the confusion that the former series were actually [[TheyCopiedItSoItSucks rip-offs]] of Grendizer. Besides clarifications over time, there is still a feel of mutual hate, since the anime version of Grendizer differs very much from the original manga and the concept of the whole Mazinger saga, leading over time to Mazinger fans call {{Mazinkaiser}} as the true third series from the saga, and Grendizer fans considering their anime as a self-contained universe, somehow settling the conflict (except if a {{Mazinkaiser}} vs. Grendizer in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' multiverse turns up...)
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* BrokenBase: Between the Anime/MazingerZ / Anime/GreatMazinger fans and the ones from Grendizer anime (especially fans from France, Canada and the Middle East for the latter) This is due to the distribution of the anime in this countries previously to the two prequels, leading to the confusion that the former series were actually [[TheyCopiedItSoItSucks rip-offs]] of Grendizer. Besides clarifications over time, there is still a feel of mutual hate, since the anime version of Grendizer differs very much from the original manga and the concept of the whole Mazinger saga, leading over time to Mazinger fans call {{Mazinkaiser}} Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}} as the true third series from the saga, and Grendizer fans considering their anime as a self-contained universe, somehow settling the conflict (except if a {{Mazinkaiser}} Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}} vs. Grendizer in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' multiverse turns up...)
12th Jun '15 7:34:56 PM nombretomado
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* BrokenBase: Between the MazingerZ / GreatMazinger fans and the ones from Grendizer anime (especially fans from France, Canada and the Middle East for the latter) This is due to the distribution of the anime in this countries previously to the two prequels, leading to the confusion that the former series were actually [[TheyCopiedItSoItSucks rip-offs]] of Grendizer. Besides clarifications over time, there is still a feel of mutual hate, since the anime version of Grendizer differs very much from the original manga and the concept of the whole Mazinger saga, leading over time to Mazinger fans call {{Mazinkaiser}} as the true third series from the saga, and Grendizer fans considering their anime as a self-contained universe, somehow settling the conflict (except if a {{Mazinkaiser}} vs. Grendizer in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' multiverse turns up...)
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* BrokenBase: Between the MazingerZ Anime/MazingerZ / GreatMazinger Anime/GreatMazinger fans and the ones from Grendizer anime (especially fans from France, Canada and the Middle East for the latter) This is due to the distribution of the anime in this countries previously to the two prequels, leading to the confusion that the former series were actually [[TheyCopiedItSoItSucks rip-offs]] of Grendizer. Besides clarifications over time, there is still a feel of mutual hate, since the anime version of Grendizer differs very much from the original manga and the concept of the whole Mazinger saga, leading over time to Mazinger fans call {{Mazinkaiser}} as the true third series from the saga, and Grendizer fans considering their anime as a self-contained universe, somehow settling the conflict (except if a {{Mazinkaiser}} vs. Grendizer in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' multiverse turns up...)
30th Oct '14 11:56:44 AM Morgenthaler
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Zero Context Example. Please present all Complete Monster candidates in this thread.
* CompleteMonster: Commander Barados and King Vega.
13th Sep '14 2:29:19 AM rafi
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* EarWorm: The Italian theme song. GOOOLLLDRAAAKKE!!!
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* EarWorm: The Italian ending (second) theme song. GOOOLLLDRAAAKKE!!![[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7PXyRmT2Do GOOOLLLDRAAAKKE!!!]]

* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: ''Grendizer'' has a huge following in the Arab world, as well as in Europe, mostly in the French-speaking parts of both; also in Quebec province.
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: ''Grendizer'' has a huge following in the Arab world, as well as in Europe, mostly in the French-speaking parts of both; also in Quebec province. ** In Italy (renamed Goldrake) has had a huge success and is still today very popular (help being one of the first anime aired in the country).
4th Sep '14 5:59:12 AM SeptimusHeap
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Complaining About Shows You Dont Watch is now only about the In Universe usage. Its usage as an Audience Reaction is being removed, as well as usage in criticism on work pages, which is inappropriate regardless.
* GatewaySeries: In France. Arrived in the late 70s on a public channel and created a public outcry. The reason was the ''french'' opening song, that [[WhatAnIdiot some]] found kinda xenophobic, [[ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch extending this to the show itself]]. Was a HUGE success anyway, and it's basically thanks to this show that the anime fanbase ''exists'' in France, since it created the first french generation of anime-fans.
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* GatewaySeries: In France. Arrived in the late 70s on a public channel and created a public outcry. The reason was the ''french'' opening song, that [[WhatAnIdiot some]] found kinda xenophobic, [[ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch extending this to the show itself]].itself. Was a HUGE success anyway, and it's basically thanks to this show that the anime fanbase ''exists'' in France, since it created the first french generation of anime-fans.
25th Aug '14 4:44:37 AM Someoneman
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* HoYay: Shockingly, a section of the fandom sees the relationship between Kouji and Duke like this. Despite having not evidence for it. ** ''[[GenreBlind Shockingly]]''? [[GenreBlind Puh-lease.]] We have two handsome men who are good friends and rivals -- it'd be odder if some parts of the fandom did '''not''' latch onto this.
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* HoYay: Shockingly, a A section of the fandom sees the relationship between Kouji and Duke like this. Despite having not evidence for it. ** ''[[GenreBlind Shockingly]]''? [[GenreBlind Puh-lease.]] We have two Two handsome men who are good friends and rivals -- it'd be odder if some parts of the fandom did '''not''' latch onto this.
22nd Dec '13 12:57:52 PM barberbarberjoe
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* SequelDisplacement: ''Grendizer'' was aired in France before ''Anime/MazingerZ'', becoming fenomenally popular. When ''Mazinger-Z'' was aired, it was accused of ripping-off one of its sequels.
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* SequelDisplacement: ''Grendizer'' was aired in France before ''Anime/MazingerZ'', becoming fenomenally phenomenally popular. When ''Mazinger-Z'' was aired, it was accused of ripping-off one of its sequels.
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