We only index and link to content provided by other sites. This article needs additional citations for verification. A reimagination of the Getter Robo story, it begins with Dr. Saotome, who seeks extraordinary men to pilot his invention: The Getter Robo. Many who have tried to pilot it have died, and his son, Tatsuhito, was seriously injured during a Getter battle.
He finds three men to pilot the Getter Robo: Ryoma Nagare, Hayato Jin, and Benkei Musashibo. Now they must battle and destroy the Oni, mysterious creatures that appeared suddenly which happen to resemble mythological monsters. You can help by adding to it. Strong, and trained in martial arts in his father’s footsteps. Pilots the Eagle Machine and Getter-1. A warrior monk named after the legendary Japanese hero of the same name in addition to Musashi Tomoe and Benkei Kuruma. Pilots the Bear Machine and Getter-3.
Also pilots the Bear Machine during the second and third episodes, up until Benkei is recruited. She is more interested in studying the Oni than fighting them. Seimei Abe is the villain of the series. He is responsible for bringing the Oni to attack the world. The Four Heavenly Kings are revealed in episode 12 as the primary antagonists of the series that used Abe no Seimei to destroy Getter Robo. The “leader” of the four, attacks with lightning bolts and can grow in size. Attacks with a large serpent on his body. Attacks with scrolls with quickly written incantations. Super Robot Reviews: New Getter Robo Vol-1″. Archived from the original on 2005-07-29.
Grendizer, Getter Robo G, Great Mazinger: Kessen! You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Japanese light novel series by Kentarō Katayama, with illustrations by Yamato Yamamoto. Super Dash Novel Rookie of the Year Awards in 2003. The Japanese term denpa originally referred to radio waves, but in slang usage it refers to people who perceive things ordinary people can’t. At first Juu wants nothing to do with Ame, but after a classmate is murdered, he accepts her help as he looks for the killer. The two OVA episodes are based on the first and third light novels. The second novel does not have an OVA adaptation. Juu is voiced by Yoshimasa Hosoya and Ame is voiced by Ryou Hirohashi.
The ending theme to Episode 2, “door”, is performed by Rumika. The OVA episodes have no opening theme. An introduction into the lead characters: delinquent high school student Juu Juuzawa and denpa high school student knight Ame Ochibana. The murders continue as method to the madness, and the mystery behind the motive, are investigated. After being accused of being a molester, Juu is subjected to a series of pranks too small for the police to take seriously. Ame is convinced there is a pattern and as the pair investigate the danger and the damage to people around them increases drastically. Archived from the original on 2010-10-07. Archived from the original on 2010-09-23.