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Shin Mazinger Impact! Z
The new Mazinger series isn't just an "anime." It's designed to push the envelope of animation technologies created since the original series aired in 1972, with a feel that's closer to the original comic book version of the story.

Famous characters like hero Koji Kabuto and the ferocious Baron Ashura will be joined by an all new cast and a new storyline that is sure to appeal to fans of the original.
Story
Photonic Energy is a super-powerful source of energy derived from Japanium ore. Plotting to take over the world, Dr. Hell launches an all-out attack on the Photonic Energy Research Institute.

Koji Kabuto takes the controls of Mazinger Z, a super robot designed by his grandfather Juzo, to stop the onslaught. Undeterred, Dr. Hell, uses every weapon in his arsenal -- his henchmen Baron Ashura, Count Brocken, and the monstrous "ro-beasts" he has unearthed on the mysterious Burdos Island -- in an attempt to defeat Koji.

Piloting Mazinger Z, which was created from an impervious super-alloy called Chogokin Z, Koji plunges into battle, coming face to face with the terrible truths about his family and Dr. Hell, the mysteries of Burdos Island and the lost Mikene Civilization, and Mazinger Z itself!
Shin Mazinger Impact! Z
Staff
Shin Mazinger Impact! Z Created By : Go Nagai (Dynamic Productions)
"Devilman," "Cutie Honey" (Creator)
Director/Screewnwriter : Yasuhiro Imagawa
"Mobile Fighter G Gundam," "Giant Robo : the Day the Earth Stood Still" (Director)
Character Design : Shinji Takeuchi
"Gintama" (Character Design/Animation Director)
Mazinger Z & Ro-Beast Design : Tsuyoshi Nonaka (Bandai)
Heisei "Kamen Rider Series," "Super Sentai Series"
Music´╝Ü Akira Miyagawa
"Matsuken Samba II"
About Mazinger Z
A giant robot action series created by Go Nagai.
A historic work that singlehandedly established the super robot genre in Japan.

First serialized in the comic magazine Weekly Shonen Jump in 1972, and launched as an animated television series the same year, Mazinger Z proved an instant success and enjoyed a long, two-year broadcast run. Its unique cast of characters, cutting edge robot designs, and epic battles between Mazinger Z and the Ro-Beasts enchanted a generation of children and created a fascination with super robots that has yet to fade even today.




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