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Megas XLR

Megas, Kiva, Coop, and Jamie.
Genre animated television series
Created by Jody Schaeffer
George Krstic
Voices of David DeLuise
Wendee Lee
Steven Jay Blum
Scot Rienecker
Clancy Brown
Country of origin Flag of the United States United States
No. of episodes 26 (List of episodes)
Production
Running time 26 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Cartoon Network
Original run May 1, 2004January 15, 2005
External links
IMDb profile
TV.com summary

Megas XLR (XLR = eXtra Large Robot) is an American Anime-influenced animated television series that aired on the Toonami block on Cartoon Network and is produced by Cartoon Network Studios. It was created by Jody Schaeffer and George Krstic. Its opening song is "Megas XLR Theme (Chicks Dig Giant Robots)" by Ragtime Revolutionaries (as listed in the credits). It is one of four animated series in which voice-actors Wendee Lee and Steven Jay Blum play teammates; the others are Cowboy Bebop (where Lee and Blum play Bebop crew members Faye Valentine and Spike Spiegel respectively), The Big O (where they play Angel and Roger Smith), and Rurouni Kenshin (as Shishio Makoto and Komogata Yumi). Megas, Coop, Kiva, and Jamie of Megas XLR. This is a screenshot of a copyrighted movie or television program. ... An animated series or cartoon series is a television series produced by means of animation. ... George Krstic is an American screenwriter, producer and director known for his work in the science fiction, comic book and animation genres. ... David DeLuise (born November 11, 1971 in Burbank, California) is an American actor, born to a family of actors. ... Wendee Lee (born April 29, 1955 in Los Angeles, CA) is an American voice actress, one of the most prolific and experienced American VAs in the business. ... Steven Jay Blum (born April 28, 1965) is an American voice actor known primarily for his work in anime dubs and video games. ... Clarence J. Brown III (born January 5, 1959) is an American actor. ... Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... This is a list of episodes for the Cartoon Network animated television series Megas XLR. // List of programs broadcast by Cartoon Network Category: ... Cartoon Network (commonly referred to as CN) is a cable television network created by Turner Broadcasting which primarily shows animated programming. ... is the 121st day of the year (122nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... January 15 is the 15th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... The Teen Titans animated series is an example of anime-influenced animation. ... An animated series or cartoon series is a television series produced by means of animation. ... For Toonami, the television channel in the United Kingdom, see Toonami (UK). ... Cartoon Network (commonly referred to as CN) is a cable television network created by Turner Broadcasting which primarily shows animated programming. ... Cartoon Network Studios, the successor to Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, Inc. ... George Krstic is an American screenwriter, producer and director known for his work in the science fiction, comic book and animation genres. ... Wendee Lee (born April 29, 1955 in Los Angeles, CA) is an American voice actress, one of the most prolific and experienced American VAs in the business. ... Steven Jay Blum (born April 28, 1965) is a voice actor known primarily for his work in anime dubs and video games. ... Original run April 3, 1998 – April 23, 1999 No. ... Cowboy Bebop (Japanese: カウボーイビバップ, but most often written in English, even in Japan) is an anime series by Shinichiro Watanabe that initially ran starting in 1998. ... Spike Spiegel as seen in Cowboy Bebop: The Movie. ... Original run October 13, 1999 – January 19, 2000 No. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Roger Smith from The Big O. Roger Smith is the main character in the anime television series and the manga, The Big O. He is Paradigm Citys top negotiator, and lives in the Illegal Residential Sector in a former bank with his butler Norman Burg and R. Dorothy Wayneright. ... It has been suggested that Sakabato be merged into this article or section. ... Makoto Shishio(志々雄真実) is a fictional character from the manga and anime series Rurouni Kenshin. ...


Originally entitled Lowbrow, the pilot episode was shown during Cartoon Network's 2002 Summerfest, wherein eight original Cartoon Cartoon pilots were shown. As it was chosen as the most popular among viewers, Lowbrow was greenlit and became Megas XLR. After being delayed from its original debut in December 2003, Megas XLR finally debuted on Toonami in May 1, 2004 and was cancelled on April 26, 2005. Before and since the show being cancelled, characters have appeared in Cartoon Network's branding in both 2D and 3D CGI form. Megas XLR is now in comic form in the pages of DC Comics' Cartoon Network Action Pack, with the stories written by its co-creator George Krstic. A television pilot is a test episode of an intended television series. ... Also see: 2002 (number). ... Cartoon Networks Big Pick is a series of short films that Cartoon Network aired from June 9-August 11, 2000. ... Cartoon Cartoons was a collective name for Cartoon Network original series. ... December 2003: January - February - March - April - May - June - July - August - September - October - November - December - → Events December 31, 2003 In Taiwan, President Chen Shui-bian signs a law that allows referendums to be held. ... is the 121st day of the year (122nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 116th day of the year (117th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... Computer-generated imagery (commonly abbreviated as CGI) is the application of the field of computer graphics (or more specifically, 3D computer graphics) to special effects in films, television programs, commercials, simulators and simulation generally, and printed media. ... DC Comics is an American comic book and related media company. ...

Contents

The story

In the distant future of 3037, Earth is fighting a losing war with an alien race known as the Glorft. In order to save the planet, the human resistance steals a prototype giant robot from the Glorft and modifies it, renaming it Megas (Mechanized Earth Guard Attack System). The idea was to send Megas back to the Battle of the Last Stand in 3035, which was the last major offensive fought by humanity against the Glorft. Humanity lost that battle, but the members of the resistance believe that Megas can tip the scales and hand the Glorft a decisive defeat. Megas before it was sent to the past, complete with original head Megas is the main giant robot in the Cartoon Network Animated TV show Megas XLR. The name Megas stands for Mechanized Earth Guard Attack System. ...


Before the plan can be executed, an attack by the Glorft forces the human resistance to send Megas back in time ahead of schedule. Kiva, one of the main architects of the plan, decides to pilot it and attempts to transfer into it from her own mech. During the attempt, Megas' head is blown off by enemy fire, destabilizing its timedrive and sending the robot to 1936. Megas languishes in a New Jersey junkyard until it ends up in the hands of two slackers, Coop and Jamie (who bought it for two dollars which Coop didn't pay anyway), around the year 2004. Coop turns Megas into a hot rod project and names it XLR, for eXtra Large Robot. 1936 (MCMXXXVI) was a leap year starting on Wednesday (link will take you to calendar). ... Official language(s) English de facto Capital Trenton Largest city Newark Area  Ranked 47th  - Total 8,729 sq mi (22,608 km²)  - Width 70 miles (110 km)  - Length 150 miles (240 km)  - % water 14. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... T-Bucket hot rod Hot rods are older, often historical, cars. ...


Kiva and the Glorft also go back in time in the hopes of retrieving Megas, arriving in Coop's time. When Kiva finds it she discovers that she is unable to pilot it because of Coop's modifications: the Glorft attack on Megas while Kiva was trying to send it back in time destroyed its entire head/control center, so Coop jerry-rigged together a new set of controls using car, stereo, and videogame parts. Kiva grudgingly decides to train Coop for fighting until she can repair the timedrive.


Weapons and Armaments

Original equipment The Jammer (first appeared in "Battle Royale") Ĭ A weapons-grade karaoke system that, when teamed with Coop's (very) off-key singing, is capable of generating a wave of sonic destruction capable of annihilating a space station. Use of The Jammer may very well constitute a war crime Įnot to mention a crime against all that is music. Super-Destructor Mode (first appeared in "S-Force S.O.S.") Ĭ A mode that covers Megas from head to toe in missile launchers. It would be devastating Įif only Coop had finished debugging the targeting system. Mazer Refractor (first appeared in "Universal Controller") Ĭ Fires a beam that creates an invincible, deflecting force field around whatever it hits (although weapons that are inside the shield can still be shot out). If the polarity is reversed, it creates a reverse shield that lets everything in and nothing out. Energy Sword (first appeared in "Battle Royale") Ĭ The hands of Megas can create a huge energy sword in a manner similar to that of Voltron. Cool Blade Thingy (first appeared in "Junk in the Trunk") Ĭ Blades surround Megas's entire body. Spinning blades have also appeared. Nitrous (first appeared in "The Fat and the Furious") Ĭ A mode that accelerates Megas's speed a thousand times, enabling it to move at lightning-like speed and leave dead mechas in its path. Manual Overdrive (first appeared in "The Fat and the Furious") Ĭ A Dance Dance Revolution-style system used as a back-up when the automatic driving gears fail. Coop dances, and Megas mimicks Coop's exact movements. Despite the silliness of the system, this can actually be very handy for use in combat. 5 Minutes Till End of Episode (first appeared in "Coop D'Etat") Ĭ Megas's fists burst into flames, enabling it to melt anything it touches. The Do Not Touch Button This launches multiple nuclear warheads. Fortunately, Kiva is able to keep Coop from actually using it. (first appeared in Viva las Megas) Something Bigger (first appreared in "Universal Controller") - Coop makes his opponent invinsible by accident so then he decides to use a bigger attack, so he transorms in to a what looks like a battle ship on two mechanical legs complete with cannons, missile launchers and rocket launchers


Non-original equipment Wave Motion Gun (Taken from Space Battleship Yamato, appeared in "Test Drive") Ĭ This highpowered weapon comes out of the front of Megas, consisting of not only the cannon, but a sizable portion of the bow of the Yamato as well. Accuracy is an issue, however. Autobot Matrix of Leadership (Taken from Transformers, appeared in "The Fat & the Furious") Ĭ Though not called by its name, the Matrix somehow wound up in Megas, where Coop and Jamie promptly injected pasteurized cheese spread into it and somehow created a cheese monster. Reflex Cannon (Taken from Robotech's adapted name for the super dimension energy cannon in The Super Dimension Fortress Macross, appeared in "Viva Las Megas") Ĭ The ultimate weapon of the Macross is now part of Megas's armament. The weapon was part of a giant fortress; the front of it; and when the ship transformed, the front of the ship made two huge cannons. Secondary Command Centre is an obvious allusion to the Enterprise Ds rather less than high tech secondary bridge. It includes various old monitors and control pad with twist buttons, and, surprisingly, a CB radio. Appeared in "Dude, where's my head?")


Format

The series follows a fairly consistent villain of the week format. Few villains ever recur, and those that do serve much the same capacity. King Sphinx, an example of a Villain of the Week, from the Power Rangers series Villain of the week (or, depending on genre, monster of the week) is a term that describes the nature of one-use antagonists in episodic fiction, specifically ongoing American genre-based television series. ...


Each episode begins with some mundane or seemingly unimportant task Coop is trying to perform. In doing so, Coop will often, awaken, irritate, or otherwise incur the wrath of some alien force, usually possessing a mecha or something mecha-sized, if not an entire army of them. This threat will inevitably interrupt whatever task Coop is trying to perform, leading to a battle.


During the battle, Coop or the enemy will wreck a fair portion of Jersey City or an alien equivalent, Coop usually doing more damage (in one instance, a clone of Megas was destroying the city, a few friends compliment Megas, believing its Coop due to him destroying most of the city every episode). When in Jersey, they often wreck comically implausible buildings (Conveniently Placed Oil Refinery which Coop blasted a flaming robot into, for example), until a standoff results. At this point, Coop will reel off an average of three unforgivable things his enemy has done (more often than not, they are actually Coop's fault and when pointed out he just states that he is on a "roll"), the third one being the most "heinous" of all the crimes, which is almost always an incredibly trivial thing that Coop hardly even cares about himself. While reciting the list, Coop always revs MEGAS' engine, and once the list is finished, he proceeds to defeat the enemy. (On Space Booty Kiva interrupted this three unforgivable things enemy has done and does it herself)


After the threat is over, Coop will return to the task he was performing, usually to discover that his battle has rendered doing so impossible. Coop also has a habit of destroying whatever he failed to destroy during the battle, usually by accident. Coop's battles also have a tendency to be for the opposite side. For example, he "frees" a group of brainwashed robots that are actually prisoners of a penal colony in "A Clockwork Megas".


Characters

Coop Cooplowski (David DeLuise)

Coop is fat, video-game obsessed, car enthusiast who against all odds has come into possession of Megas. He usually wears a shirt with the number 12 on it. His best friend is Jamie and he gets along with Kiva more throughout the story. Due to years of playing video games, he is an excellent, if unconventional, pilot. He's not exactly the brightest person around, often lacking awareness of how serious the situation he and his robot are in — his amazing heroics are mainly just accidents, and he usually ends up destroying more than he protects. However, he has the capacity to display a strong sense of justice and compassion (for example his emotions during a 1-on-1 fight with Gorrath after their arrival in what seems to be a completely decimated Jersey City). David DeLuise (born November 11, 1971 in Burbank, California) is an American actor, born to a family of actors. ... Megas before it was sent to the past, complete with original head Megas is the main giant robot in the Cartoon Network Animated TV show Megas XLR. The name Megas stands for Mechanized Earth Guard Attack System. ... Namcos Pac-Man was a hit, and became a universal phenomenon. ... The skyline of Jersey City, as seen from Lower New York Bay. ...


In spite of his apparent lack of intelligence, Coop possesses exceptional skill in mechanics, artistry and electronics, frequently "upgrading" Megas and tinkering with video game consoles and cars, though more often than not they malfunction, Coop is apparently always hungry and eating just makes him less hungry (Jamie even stated that the way Coop eats should be illegal). Despite his physique, Coop is also is quite strong, capable of punching through a television barehanded — being a slacker gamer, he suffers in the stamina department.


In an alternate timeline, Coop destroyed the Glorft, but his lust for challenge and battle has gradually turned him into an evil warlord, which may provide insight into his character and motivations. However, this Coop may be fundamentally different from the Coop from the known timeline.

Commander Kiva Andrew (Wendee Lee)

Born Sept 14, 3012, Kiva is a military pilot and engineer who traveled back in time from over a thousand years in the future, and is highly skilled in both robotic and hand-to-hand combat. Kiva is intelligent, tough, and fearless. She has a no-nonsense personality, but adopts a small sense of humor as the series progresses. As the series progresses, she seems to grow more comfortable in the present time. Wendee Lee (born April 29, 1955 in Los Angeles, CA) is an American voice actress, one of the most prolific and experienced American VAs in the business. ...


Originally meant to be the pilot of Megas, she can no longer pilot it due to Coop's extensive modifications, and finds herself stuck in the present. Instead of piloting Megas herself, she tries to train Coop, who would usually rather eat, play video games, or tinker with Megas. In the series finale, the Kiva of an alternate dimension had fallen in love with Jamie, but as she was unwilling to abandon her attempts to get home, she continued to follow Coop (now evil), eventually becoming an uncaring cyborg.

Jamie (Steven Jay Blum)

Coop's best friend and slacker comic sidekick, Jamie, spends much of his time pondering schemes to use the Megas to get rich and hitting on cute girls (usually failing). He is a stark contrast to Coop, whose only thoughts tend to center around food. He appears to offer nothing of use during Megas combat other than criticism, but is almost always the first one to spot potential dangers, and his advice (usually ignored by fight-minded Coop) is generally prudent. Steven Jay Blum (born April 28, 1965) is an American voice actor known primarily for his work in anime dubs and video games. ... Don Quixote and Sancho Panza unsuccessfully confront windmills. ...


Physically slight of build, Jamie would rather run away than fight; despite this cowardly nature, he always remains loyal to his friends and saves them in a few episodes. Even so, Coop actually has a gear marked Save Jamie. In the series finale, "Rearview Mirror, Mirror", an alternate dimension Jamie had a romantic relationship with Kiva, but it fell apart after Kiva became evil.

Goat (Scot Rienecker)

The owner of the junkyard in which Coop found Megas, Goat unwittingly sold the destructive machine to Coop after Coop's pestering about a pile of junk prompted the response "anything in that pile for two bucks" — Megas, of course, happened to be in that very pile. Goat dreams of finding a robot of his own. Like Jamie, he often tries to hit on girls (usually Kiva), though he has shown a small amount of success compared to Jamie. Goat also appeared in the MTV series Downtown and another Cartoon Network series Metalocalypse. Downtown was an animated series on MTV on urban life, based on interviews with real people. ... Metalocalypse is an animated television series on Adult Swim created by Brendon Small and Tommy Blacha. ...

Gorrath (Clancy Brown)

The leader of the Glorft, Gorrath followed Kiva and led a significant fraction of his military forces back in time to try and retrieve Megas; he not only failed, but found that he and his soldiers, like Kiva and Megas, were trapped in the present. Gorrath is a straightforward strategist, fond of overwhelming force or spectacularly destructive weapons, ramming Earth's moon into the planet itself being just one example. He dislikes failure with a passion, which he usually takes out on his second in command. Gorrath is fond of threatening to remove the "jhorbloks" of others. Clarence J. Brown III (born January 5, 1959) is an American actor. ...


Gorrath, completely unwilling to accept that the "primitive monkeys" that are humans could defeat him, hates Coop and often launches attacks to try to kill him and reclaim Megas, but always fails in some way or other, usually because of sheer dumb luck on Coop's part. In the season finale, Gorrath almost decides to make peace with Coop after the two are forced to work together to defeat an evil Coop from an alternate dimension. In the process of shaking hands, Coop trips on a piece of debris and accidentally destroys Gorrath's army, thus ending any possible friendship.


Gorrath appears to be more muscular than most of the other glorft seen and also walks on two legs(these characteristics are also seen with a special group of glorft guards in the episode "The Driver's Seat"). He also wears a full body mech suit that resembles the one he pilots. In the pilot (when it was called LowBrow), Mick Foley performed the voice for Gorrath. Mick Foley Sr. ...


Recurring Characters

Magnanimous (Bruce Campbell)

Magnanimous is the head of the Intergalactic Robot Fighting Tournament. He uses Coop to make money in his battle arena, but when Coop refuses to lose for him they have a big fight resulting in Magnanimous being thrown in to a quantum singularity. In a later episode, Magnanimous comes to earth to challenge Coop for his title and to get revenge. (When asked how he escaped, he simply replies "It wasn't easy.") His appearance is a combination of MODOK and Campbell's Evil Dead character, consisting of an enormous, large-chinned head with tiny limbs. He often quotes lines from the Evil Dead films. The mechs he creates are Elvis parodies, perhaps in reference to Cambell playing Elvis in Bubba Ho-Tep. This article is about the actor. ... A micro black hole in physics is a black hole of small mass around which quantum mechanical effects play an important role. ... MODOK is a fictional character, a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. ... -1...

S-Force

A group of superheroes from another galaxy, the S-Force is modeled after various Sentai groups (taking elements from Gatchaman's Battle of the Planets dub, Power Rangers, Silverhawks and Voltron). They first suspected Coop to be a bad guy most likely due to Coop's senseless destruction, but they later learned that he was just stupid, not evil. They pilot Zorps (direct parody of Zords - Falcon, Rhinoceros, Gorilla, Kangaroo and Panther) which resemble animals. The pilots are Mac (Frank Welker), Argo (Scott Innes), Jax (Alan Young), Sloan (Ronnie Schell), and Duchess (Jennifer Hale). Their advisor is Targon, a floating holographic head (a reference to Zordon). Due to their interaction with Coop, the S-Force have picked up his habits, becoming fast-food loving, less than serious, video game junkies. However in S-Force SOS, it appeared that they reverted back to their serious selves. Sentai is a Japanese word which roughly translates to task force. It is often use to refer to a specific type of fictional story, which stars a specially organized group of heroes; good examples of Sentai is the various Super Sentai live-action Japanese television programs which the American Power... Categories: Stub ... Battle of the Planets (1978) is the first Westernized adaptation of the 1972 Japanese animated television series known as Kagaku ninja tai Gatchaman. ... The Saban-era logo for Power Rangers The Disney/Jetix-era logo for Power Rangers Power Rangers is a long-running childrens TV show adapted from the Japanese tokusatsu Super Sentai Series, but is not simply an English dub of the original. ... The Silverhawks Logo Silverhawks is an animated childrens television series. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... In the universe of the television series Power Rangers, Zords are colossal mechanical or bio-mechanical robotic vehicles. ... Franklin W. Welker (born March 12, 1946) is an American voice actor. ... Scott Innes, born on October 30, 1966 in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, is an American voice actor. ... Alan Young and singer Olga San Juan at the Armed Forces Radio Service in the 1950s. ... Ronnie Schell is a U.S. actor and stand-up comedian. ... Jennifer Hale Jennifer Hale (born January 1965) is an American actress who has been doing voices for video games, animation, commercials, radio promotions, and movies since 1993. ... Zordon is a powerful wizard in the Power Rangers universe, appearing in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers television series and many of its subsequent incarnations. ...


Episodes

This is a list of episodes for the Cartoon Network animated television series Megas XLR. // List of programs broadcast by Cartoon Network Category: ...

Insider jokes and references

  • In nearly every episode, something belonging to the music television station 'PoP TV' (a parody of MTV) is destroyed, because of MTV's decision to cancel Downtown, another series by Jody Schaeffer and George Krstic.
  • In episode 5, "Buggin the System", a reference is made to Larry Niven's Ringworld (Halo style).
  • In episode 8, "Bad Guy", the ending credits song is modeled after the "Battle of the Planets" theme song.
  • In episodes 25 and 26 ("Rearview Mirror, Mirror" parts one and two) of season two, the mass-produced mechs used by Evil Coop bear a striking resemblance to Zaku units from the Gundam series. The evil versions of Coop and Kiva are similar to Char Aznable and Lalah Sune from Mobile Suit Gundam, another Gundam homage is both their mechs(Evil Coop's is the MSN-04 Sazabi while Evil Kiva's is the RGM-79N GM Custom but also having the verniers on back similar to the LM314V21 Victory 2 Gundam).
  • In "Coop D'Etat", Zanzor and Guyvan resemble Mazinger Z and Raideen. They are also voiced respectively by veteran voice actors Peter Cullen and Frank Welker, who performed mortal enemies Optimus Prime and Megatron in the original Transformers series.
  • The Episode DMV: Dept. of Megas Violations, The Mask of the bounty hunter Darklos, looks like the head of Robot assassin HK-47 from the video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.
  • One of the first "superweapons" Coop uses in the pilot is a cannon resembling the bow of the Space Battleship Yamato. It is presumably some form of a Wave-Motion Cannon.
  • In the episode The Driver's Seat, the chase through the Glorft ship alludes to The Blues Brothers, particularly the chase through the mall.
  • In The Episode Space Booty, Captain Warlock is a parody of an anime character Captain Harlock. Furthermore his ship "Saving Grace" is a parody of Harlock's ship Arcadia with the same skull design at the front.
  • In the Episode Ice Ice Megas, the Cerilian Army is designed after Shockwave the Decepticon from Transformers G1.

MTV (Music Television) is an American cable television network based in New York City. ... Downtown was an animated series on MTV on urban life, based on interviews with real people. ... Zaku can refer to: Zaku (Gundam Universal Century) ZAFT Armed Keeper of Unity (Gundam Seed Destiny Cosmic Era) This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Char Aznable ) is a fictional character, and often one of the main antagonists from the anime series Mobile Suit Gundam, its sequels Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam and Chars Counterattack, voiced by Shuichi Ikeda (Japanese), Michael Kopsa (English dub of original series and Chars Counterattack), Steven Blum (Mobile Suit... Lalah Sune in U.C. 0079 Lalah Sune (ララァ・スン) is a fictional character from the anime series Gundam, voiced by Keiko Han. ... Mobile Suit Gundam ) is a televised anime series, created by Sunrise. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The MSN-04 Sazabi is Char Aznable’s personal mobile suit is the Gundam movie Chars Counterattack Spoiler warning: After Char Aznable returned as the leader of his own Neo Zeon faction in UC 0093 he ordered his engineers to create him a new mobile suit which would fit... The RGM-79N GM Custom is the limited production model of the RX-78NT1 Alex. ... The LM314V21 Victory 2 Gundam is a mobile suit in the anime series Mobile Suit Victory Gundam. ... Mazinger Z (マジンガーZ or マジンガー・ゼット)(無敵鐵金鋼), derived from the original romaji majinga and also known in the US as Tranzor Z, is the name of a manga by artist Go Nagai, first published in Japan in 1972, and turned into a long-running anime television series later in the same year. ... Brave Raideen (勇者ライディーン - Yûsha Raidîn) is a super robot anime series. ... Peter Cullen, born in Montreal, Canada in 1940, is a voice actor who is best known for providing the voices for Optimus Prime, Ironhide, and Slugslinger in the various Transformers television series and the narrator in both United States Voltron series, as well as playing Coran and King Alfor in... Franklin W. Welker (born March 12, 1946) is an American voice actor. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed. ... The Transformers (G1) 1984-1987, U.S. This page is a partner page to Transformers Universes, listing the various television series that the Transformer toyline has spawned since its creation in 1984. ... HK-47 is a Hunter-Killer assassin droid from the 2003 video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, its sequel, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, and the Trials of Obi-Wan expansion pack to the popular massively multiplayer online game Star Wars... Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KotOR) is an RPG video game originally for the Microsoft Xbox and later for PCs running Microsoft Windows. ... Space Battleship Yamato ) is a Japanese science fiction anime series and the name of its eponymous space craft. ... [Image:http://www. ... The Blues Brothers is a 1980 musical comedy directed by John Landis and starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd as Joliet Jake and Elwood Blues, characters developed from a Saturday Night Live musical sketch. ... Captain Harlock , lit. ... Shockwave (Laserwave in Japan) is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes, usually belonging to the Decepticons. ...

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