Starvengers (1975–1976)
"Gettâ robo Jî" (original title)

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Soon after the events of the first Getta Robo series, Earth finds itself under attack by the Hyakki (Pandemonium) Empire and its fleet of horned battle robots. In response to the threat, ... See full summary »

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 Ryo Nagare
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 Hayato Jin (voice)
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 Michiru Saotome (voice)
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Soon after the events of the first Getta Robo series, Earth finds itself under attack by the Hyakki (Pandemonium) Empire and its fleet of horned battle robots. In response to the threat, the Getta labs re-fit their chief weapon: three advanced jets, capable of merging into three distinct robots. These are Getta Dragun (Star Dragon) the most powerful and oft-used formation; Getta Rygar (Star Arrow) designed for speed and aerial combat; and Getta Poseidon (Star Poseidon) built for strength and aquatic battle. Written by DerekC

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The #3 bad guy in the series in Japan was named "Hitler", and was an alien caricature of Adolf Hitler with the brown Nazi-esque uniform and small mustache. He was differentiated by a pair of horns protruding from his head. When the series came to America as "Starvengers", his name was changed to "Colonel Fuhrer" which still acknowledged the source of the character. See more »

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