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Getter Robo vol 4 Armageddon DVD

Getter Robo vol 4 Armageddon DVD

Getter Robo vol 4 Armageddon DVD

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The Getters are facing their endgame. The Getter Dragon shakes the Earth with its terrifying power, while its only vulnerable spot is protected inside its massive frame. The Getters will have to go in. But who will come out? The horrifying battle for humanity will soon be over. Will anyone be left to claim the victory? Approximate running time: 75 minutes.

Product details
Adult 14+ Parental Advisory
Department video / DVD
Publisher Section 23
Series Getter robot
Shop Manga & Anime
Spoken language English , Japanese
Primary language Japanese
Genre Action , Giant robots
Subtitle language English
DVD region 1
Product Code PRE-2001104005
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"A larger-than-life ending to the larger-than-life mecha-series." by Villain (Finland) on Jan 16, 2008

Getter Robo Armageddon belongs to the genre that was supposedly destroyed by Evangelion, a truly old-school mecha-series with no attempt to appear modern. Just endless over-the-top action with storylines so "epic" that they'd make George Lucas roll his eyes. Quirky pilots are saving the universe with their massive mecha that can combine into even more massive super-mecha and fight huge monsters!

As one of the characters so aptly puts it in one of these episodes: "So much for the laws of physics". So much for all sensibility as well, this is just senseless mecha-action straight from the past.

And yet it's sometimes terribly fun in all its ridiculous glory, unintentional as its comedic value may be. If you want to see what kind of series the godfathers of mecha, Go Nagai and Ken Ishikawa, envisioned back in the sixties and seventies, get Getter Robo Armageddon.

Meanwhile, I'd rather just take another Evangelion-clone.