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** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV V]]'', where Koji gets to pilot [[Manga/ShinMazingerZero Mazinger-ZERO]], [[spoiler:and this version of Tetsuya turns up alive and gets his own SRW-created upgrade, "Mazin Emperor G." Not to mention the Emperor of Darkness appears as the final boss of the ''Shin Mazinger'' storyline.]]
** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX X]]'', where Koji gets to pilot the original SRW-created Mazinkaiser, [[spoiler:which can team up with Tetsuya's Mazin Emperor G to perform the "[[CombinationAttack Majin Soukougeki]]" on Mazinger-Zero.]]

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** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV V]]'', where Koji gets to pilot [[Manga/ShinMazingerZero Mazinger-ZERO]], Mazinger ZERO]], [[spoiler:and this version of Tetsuya turns up alive and gets his own SRW-created upgrade, "Mazin Emperor G." Not to mention the Emperor of Darkness appears as the final boss of the ''Shin Mazinger'' storyline.]]
** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX X]]'', where Koji gets to pilot the original SRW-created Mazinkaiser, [[spoiler:which can team up with Tetsuya's Mazin Emperor G to perform the "[[CombinationAttack Majin Soukougeki]]" on Mazinger-Zero.Mazinger ZERO.]]


** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX X]]'', where Koji gets to pilot the original SRW-created Mazinkaiser.

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** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX X]]'', where Koji gets to pilot the original SRW-created Mazinkaiser.
Mazinkaiser, [[spoiler:which can team up with Tetsuya's Mazin Emperor G to perform the "[[CombinationAttack Majin Soukougeki]]" on Mazinger-Zero.]]


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Energer Z is actually based on Creator/GoNagai's original concept sketches for Mazinger. In the original drafts, the pilot would use a motorcycle and a bridge on the back of the robot to ride up to the cockpit and control the super robot. Nagai's editor told him to change it to avoid accusations of ripping off KamenRider.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Energer Z is actually based on Creator/GoNagai's original concept sketches for Mazinger. In the original drafts, the pilot would use a motorcycle and a bridge on the back of the robot to ride up to the cockpit and control the super robot. Nagai's editor told him to change it to avoid accusations of ripping off KamenRider.''Franchise/KamenRider''.


* From that point on, ''Shin Mazinger'' became the default ''Mazinger'' representative of ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' series, only missing out on ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsUX UX]]'' (which uses the debuting ''Anime/Mazinkaiser SKL'' instead) and ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsXOmega X-Omega]]'' (which uses the classic ''Z'' and ''Great'', as well as the ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'' OVA). Some notable mentions are:

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* From that point on, ''Shin Mazinger'' became the default ''Mazinger'' representative of ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' series, only missing out on ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsUX UX]]'' (which uses the debuting ''Anime/Mazinkaiser SKL'' ''Anime/MazinkaiserSKL'' instead) and ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsXOmega X-Omega]]'' (which uses the classic ''Z'' and ''Great'', as well as the ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'' OVA). Some notable mentions are:


** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV V]]'', where Koji gets to pilot [[Manga/ShinMazingerZero Mazinger-ZERO]], [[spoiler:and this version of Tetsuya turns up alive and gets his own SRW-created upgrade, "Mazin Emperor G." Not to mention that the Emperor of Darkness appears as the final boss of the ''Shin Mazinger'' storyline.]]

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** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV V]]'', where Koji gets to pilot [[Manga/ShinMazingerZero Mazinger-ZERO]], [[spoiler:and this version of Tetsuya turns up alive and gets his own SRW-created upgrade, "Mazin Emperor G." Not to mention that the Emperor of Darkness appears as the final boss of the ''Shin Mazinger'' storyline.]]


** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsBX BX]]'', where[[spoiler: Mazinger-Z God Scrander and Mazinkaiser SKL Wing Cross have the "[[CombinationAttack Dynamic Combination]]," and this version of the Great General of Darkness becomes SuddenlyVoiced and the final boss of the ''Shin Mazinger'' storyline.]]
** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV V]]'', where Koji gets to pilot [[Manga/ShinMazingerZero Mazinger-ZERO]], [[spoiler:and this version of Tetsuya turns up alive and gets his own SRW-created upgrade, "Mazin Emperor G."]]

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** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsBX BX]]'', where[[spoiler: Mazinger-Z where [[spoiler:Mazinger-Z God Scrander and Mazinkaiser SKL Wing Cross have the "[[CombinationAttack Dynamic Combination]]," and this version of the Great General of Darkness becomes SuddenlyVoiced and the final boss of the ''Shin Mazinger'' storyline.]]
** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV V]]'', where Koji gets to pilot [[Manga/ShinMazingerZero Mazinger-ZERO]], [[spoiler:and this version of Tetsuya turns up alive and gets his own SRW-created upgrade, "Mazin Emperor G."]]" Not to mention that the Emperor of Darkness appears as the final boss of the ''Shin Mazinger'' storyline.]]


** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV V]]'', where Koji gets to pilot [[Manga/ShinMazingerZero Mazinger-ZERO]], [[spoiler:and this version of Tetsuya turns up alive and gets his own SRW-created upgrade, "Mazin Emperor G."

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** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV V]]'', where Koji gets to pilot [[Manga/ShinMazingerZero Mazinger-ZERO]], [[spoiler:and this version of Tetsuya turns up alive and gets his own SRW-created upgrade, "Mazin Emperor G.""]]



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* From that point on, ''Shin Mazinger'' became the default ''Mazinger'' representative of ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' series, only missing out on ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsUX UX]]'' (which uses the debuting ''Anime/Mazinkaiser SKL'' instead) and ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsXOmega X-Omega]]'' (which uses the classic ''Z'' and ''Great'', as well as the ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'' OVA). Some notable mentions are:
** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsBX BX]]'', where[[spoiler: Mazinger-Z God Scrander and Mazinkaiser SKL Wing Cross have the "[[CombinationAttack Dynamic Combination]]," and this version of the Great General of Darkness becomes SuddenlyVoiced and the final boss of the ''Shin Mazinger'' storyline.]]
** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV V]]'', where Koji gets to pilot [[Manga/ShinMazingerZero Mazinger-ZERO]], [[spoiler:and this version of Tetsuya turns up alive and gets his own SRW-created upgrade, "Mazin Emperor G."
** ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX X]]'', where Koji gets to pilot the original SRW-created Mazinkaiser.


* Episode 2: Most, if not all of the delinquents seen with Boss are random thugs from other GoNagai works, such as ''Manga/{{Devilman}}''.

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* Episode 2: Most, if not all of the delinquents seen with Boss are random thugs from other GoNagai Creator/GoNagai works, such as ''Manga/{{Devilman}}''.



* Episode 7: In the flashback, we see photos of the archaeological team that was searching for Bardos Island. Many if not all of them are cameos from other GoNagai works.
* Episode 9: Tsubasa mentions a priest visiting from "Daemon in Abashiri." Daemon is one of the main characters from GoNagai's manga ''AbashiriFamily.''
* Episode 10: Ankokuji's line "Kurogane House is turning into a Shameless School!" is a reference to GoNagai's breakout manga, ''HarenchiGakuen'' (''Shameless School'').

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* Episode 7: In the flashback, we see photos of the archaeological team that was searching for Bardos Island. Many if not all of them are cameos from other GoNagai Go Nagai works.
* Episode 9: Tsubasa mentions a priest visiting from "Daemon in Abashiri." Daemon is one of the main characters from GoNagai's Go Nagai's manga ''AbashiriFamily.''
* Episode 10: Ankokuji's line "Kurogane House is turning into a Shameless School!" is a reference to GoNagai's Go Nagai's breakout manga, ''HarenchiGakuen'' (''Shameless School'').



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Energer Z is actually based on GoNagai's original concept sketches for Mazinger. In the original drafts, the pilot would use a motorcycle and a bridge on the back of the robot to ride up to the cockpit and control the super robot. Nagai's editor told him to change it to avoid accusations of ripping off KamenRider.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Energer Z is actually based on GoNagai's Creator/GoNagai's original concept sketches for Mazinger. In the original drafts, the pilot would use a motorcycle and a bridge on the back of the robot to ride up to the cockpit and control the super robot. Nagai's editor told him to change it to avoid accusations of ripping off KamenRider.


* Episode 25: One of the last [[RoBeast Mechanical Beasts]] that Mazinger is fighting [[GiantRobo looks suspiciously]] like another SuperRobot that Imagawa worked on.
* The very first shout-out ever in the series was one that has gone completely unnoticed, perhaps because it's a ShoutOut to a previous Imagawa-directed series. [[GiantRobo Where have we heard the phrase "Big Bang Punch" else, hmm?]]

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* Episode 25: One of the last [[RoBeast Mechanical Beasts]] that Mazinger is fighting [[GiantRobo [[Manga/GiantRobo looks suspiciously]] like another SuperRobot that Imagawa worked on.
* The very first shout-out ever in the series was one that has gone completely unnoticed, perhaps because it's a ShoutOut to a previous Imagawa-directed series. [[GiantRobo [[Manga/GiantRobo Where have we heard the phrase "Big Bang Punch" else, hmm?]]


* TalkingToHimself: The Latin-American Spanish dub used a ''very'' small pool of VA's, so this trope took place '''many''' times. i.e. Alan René Bressant had ''seven'' roles, including Professor Yumi and [[spoiler: Kenzo Kabuto]] who have almostr exactly thr same tone.

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* TalkingToHimself: The Latin-American Spanish dub used a ''very'' small pool of VA's, so this trope took place '''many''' times. i.e. Alan René Bressant had ''seven'' roles, roles including Professor Morimori, Boss, Professor Yumi and [[spoiler: Professor Kenzo Kabuto]] who (the last two have almostr almost exactly thr the same tone.tone).

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* TalkingToHimself: The Latin-American Spanish dub used a ''very'' small pool of VA's, so this trope took place '''many''' times. i.e. Alan René Bressant had ''seven'' roles, including Professor Yumi and [[spoiler: Kenzo Kabuto]] who have almostr exactly thr same tone.


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** It's also used for the show itself. The actual title is ''"Shin Mazinger Impact! Z Chapter"'', but everybody just calls it ''"Shin Mazinger Z"''.


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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Energer Z is actually based on GoNagai's original concept sketches for Mazinger. He eventually rejected the motorcycle gimmick for being "too KamenRider".

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Energer Z is actually based on GoNagai's original concept sketches for Mazinger. He eventually rejected In the original drafts, the pilot would use a motorcycle gimmick for being "too KamenRider".and a bridge on the back of the robot to ride up to the cockpit and control the super robot. Nagai's editor told him to change it to avoid accusations of ripping off KamenRider.



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* FanNickname: "Shin Mazinger Z" is never used by the series, but fans use it to distinguish the ''Shin'' version of the mech from [[Anime/MazingerZ the original]].

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