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  • Acting for Two: In Getter Robo Daikessen!, several characters are voiced by the same person.
    • Professor Tachibana and General Bat are both voiced by Tomihisa Aso.
    • Bob Hosner and Count Rasetsu are both voiced by Akira Murakami.
    • Emperor Gore, Professor Lando and John Lambert are all voiced by Kozo Shioya.
  • Author Existence Failure: Ken Ishikawa. This left Getter Robo Āḥ, the last series chronologically, on a very annoying cliffhanger since the magazine it ran in was cancelled and he was unable to pick it up again before his death.
    • Possibly not. The Getter Robo Saga compilation manga (made while Ishikawa was alive) supposedly has a "revised ending for Getter Robo Āḥ", but few English-speaking fans have been able to read it.
      • The revised ending glosses over the previous cliffhanger and presents an even worse one. Arc makes it back to Earth somehow, Kamui pulls a coup of the Dinosaur Empire and develops the anti-Getter weapon "Bug", and beats the crap out of Arc. Then Getter Dragon appears and it just stops there.
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  • Franchise Killer: At least for the Anime adaptations: After New Getter Robo, there isn't any new Getter Robo-related animated series after 15 years unlike Mazinger Z.
  • Relationship Voice Actor: In the OVAs, both Ryoma's and Hayato's voice actors are Itachi Uchiha and his ancestor Madara respectively. Interesting, in Armageddon, Musashi's japanese voice actor (Shinpachi Tsuji) is also Pakkun, Shin and Neo have Go as Sasori and in New, Raikou is Temari and Tamonten, one of the Four Heavenly Kings is also Kurama.
  • Super Robot Wars:
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    • Better to list which games doesn't include Getter in it, which are J, K, L, UX, BX and X. Special mention in that it forms one of the corners of the "Holy Trinity" of the series, the others being Gundam and Mazinger. Another special mention is that Super Robot Wars X is also the first-console game which Getter is absent.
    • Also, most of the time it appears, it's Getter Robo G. Shin Getter vs Neo Getter, appears in Reversal and GC/XO, Armageddon appeared in Destiny, and New Getter appeared in NEO. Armageddon, however, made a triumphant return in Super Robot Wars Z2, and has since become SRW's go-to Getter entry, with T letting the Armageddon version of the old Getter Team pilot the Daikessen versionn of Shin Getter Dragon.
    • Shin Getter is also part of a group called the Three Gods by much of the fandom, the other two being Genesic GaoGaiGar and Mazinkaiser. In-game and in promotional art, those three robots are considered pretty much the biggest heroes of the Super Robot type and are always shown front-and-center.
  • The Other Darrin: The OV As replaces the cast of the 70's anime with a new one:
  • Role Reprisal: While the video game Getter Robo: Daikessen uses its own cast for most of the characters, this did not apply to Akira Kamiya, who reprised his role as Ryouma.
  • What Could Have Been: Besides Ishikawa's death, Imagawa was the one who directed the first 3 episodes of Armageddon. Everything was shaping up for an intense mystery martial arts mecha mashup with all of Ishikawa's series joining the fray. Then he got sacked, simply for taking a little too long. He took the scripts with him, leaving Armageddon the aborted mess it was post-Ep 3.
    • Considering what we still got in the end was still awesome, it could've been worse. Still one has to wonder...
  • The Wiki Rule: The Getter Robo Wiki.

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