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A 1980 SuperRobot series by Creator/AshiProductions, followed up by a 1981 movie produced by Reed and distributed by Creator/ToeiCompany.

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A 1980 SuperRobot series by Creator/AshiProductions, followed up by a 1981 movie produced by Reed Ashi and distributed by Creator/ToeiCompany.


A 1980 SuperRobot series by Creator/ProductionReed, followed up by a 1981 movie produced by Reed and distributed by Creator/ToeiCompany.

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A 1980 SuperRobot series by Creator/ProductionReed, Creator/AshiProductions, followed up by a 1981 movie produced by Reed and distributed by Creator/ToeiCompany.


* EarthAllAlong: [[spoiler: In the movie anyway. Turns out that Planet S-1 is in fact Earth from far in the future, polluted and damaged so badly that it's become almost recognizable. In the end, it turns out that the inhabitants of S1 are responsible for polluting the Earth in the first place thanks to a Stable Time Loop, one which our heroes are unable to stop. Hell, they practically only learn about it after the fact, and by then, there's absolutely nothing they can do about it. There's a reason this show has a reputation for being ridiculously depressing...]]

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* EarthAllAlong: [[spoiler: In the movie anyway. Turns out that Planet S-1 is in fact Earth from far in the future, polluted and damaged so badly that it's become almost recognizable. In the end, it unrecognizable. It turns out that the inhabitants of S1 are responsible for polluting the Earth in the first place thanks to a Stable Time Loop, one which our heroes are unable to stop. Hell, they practically only learn about it after the fact, and by then, there's absolutely nothing they can do about it. There's a reason this show has a reputation for being ridiculously depressing...]]

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* EarthAllAlong: [[spoiler: In the movie anyway. Turns out that Planet S-1 is in fact Earth from far in the future, polluted and damaged so badly that it's become almost recognizable. In the end, it turns out that the inhabitants of S1 are responsible for polluting the Earth in the first place thanks to a Stable Time Loop, one which our heroes are unable to stop. Hell, they practically only learn about it after the fact, and by then, there's absolutely nothing they can do about it. There's a reason this show has a reputation for being ridiculously depressing...]]


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* ScrewedByTheNetwork
* ShoutOut: ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsZ'' uses the ending frame of the series as a Game Over scene in the 44th scenario of the game. Episode 29's Fixer-1 also appears as a unit.


* VideoGame/SuperRobotWars: Debuts in the aforementioned ''Z'' and returns in the sequel.


A 1980 SuperRobot series by [[Creator/ProductionReed]] , followed up by a 1981 movie produced by Reed and distributed by [[Creator/ToeiCompany]] .

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A 1980 SuperRobot series by [[Creator/ProductionReed]] , Creator/ProductionReed, followed up by a 1981 movie produced by Reed and distributed by [[Creator/ToeiCompany]] .
Creator/ToeiCompany.


A 1980 SuperRobot series by [[Creator/ProductionReed]], followed up by a 1981 movie produced by Reed and distributed by [[Creator/ToeiCompany]].

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A 1980 SuperRobot series by [[Creator/ProductionReed]], [[Creator/ProductionReed]] , followed up by a 1981 movie produced by Reed and distributed by [[Creator/ToeiCompany]].
[[Creator/ToeiCompany]] .


A 1980 SuperRobot series by [[Creator/ProductionReed Ashi Productions]], followed up by a 1981 Creator/ToeiAnimation movie.

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A 1980 SuperRobot series by [[Creator/ProductionReed Ashi Productions]], [[Creator/ProductionReed]], followed up by a 1981 Creator/ToeiAnimation movie.
movie produced by Reed and distributed by [[Creator/ToeiCompany]].


** CoolSword: Balsaber
** DualWielding: Balsaber Drilling

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** CoolSword: Balsaber
Pul-Saber (combination of Pulsar and Saber)
** DualWielding: Balsaber DrillingPul-Saber Dringing


* SuperRobotWars: Debuts in the aforementioned ''Z'' and returns in the sequel.

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* SuperRobotWars: VideoGame/SuperRobotWars: Debuts in the aforementioned ''Z'' and returns in the sequel.


* ShoutOut: ''SuperRobotWarsZ'' uses the ending frame of the series as a Game Over scene in the 44th scenario of the game. Episode 29's Fixer-1 also appears as a unit.

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* ShoutOut: ''SuperRobotWarsZ'' ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsZ'' uses the ending frame of the series as a Game Over scene in the 44th scenario of the game. Episode 29's Fixer-1 also appears as a unit.

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* HumongousMecha
* MechaShow


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* SuperRobot


A 1980 SuperRobot series by [[ProductionReed Ashi Productions]], followed up by a 1981 ToeiAnimation movie.

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A 1980 SuperRobot series by [[ProductionReed [[Creator/ProductionReed Ashi Productions]], followed up by a 1981 ToeiAnimation Creator/ToeiAnimation movie.



* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Marin

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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: MarinMarin.

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