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Grendizer

Grendizer

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UFO Robot Grendizer
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UFOロボ グレンダイザー
(Yūfō Robo Gurendaizā)
Genre Mecha
Manga
Written by Go Nagai
Published by Kodansha
Magazine TV Magazine
Demographic Shōnen
Original run October 1975 – May 1976
Volumes 2
Manga
Written by Go Nagai
Illustrated by Gosaku Ota
Published by Akita Shoten
Magazine Boken Oh
Demographic Shōnen
Original run October 1975 – March 1977
Volumes 5
Manga
Written by Go Nagai
Illustrated by Eiji Imamichi
Published by Tokuma Shoten
Magazine TV Land
Demographic Children
Original run October 1975 – March 1977
Volumes 1
Anime television series
Directed by Tomoharu Katsumata
Written by Go Nagai
Music by Shunsuke Kikuchi
Studio Toei Animation
Original network Fuji TV
Original run October 5, 1975 – February 27, 1977
Episodes 74
Anime film
Directed by Yoichi Kominato
Produced by Masahisa Saeki
Written by Shozo Uehara
Music by Shunsuke Kikuchi
Studio Toei Animation
Released December 20, 1975
Runtime 24 minutes
Manga
Written by Go Nagai
Illustrated by Yu Okazaki
Published by Kodansha
Magazine TV Magazine
Demographic Shōnen
Original run June 1976 – March 1977
Anime film
UFO Robot Grendizer: Akai Yuuhi no Taiketsu
Directed by Tokiji Kaburaki
Produced by Chiaki Imada
Written by Tatsuo Tamura
Music by Shunsuke Kikuchi
Studio Toei Animation
Released December 19, 1976
Runtime 24 minutes
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UFO Robot Grendizer (UFOロボ グレンダイザーYūfō Robo Gurendaizā), also known as Force Five: Grandizer in the United States, is a Japanese Super Robot anime television series and manga created by manga artist Go Nagai. It is the third entry in the Mazinger trilogy. The anime television series was produced by Toei Doga and Dynamic Planning and broadcast on Fuji TV from October 5, 1975, to February 27, 1977, and lasted 74 episodes.[1][2] The robot's first appearance in the United States was as a part of the Shogun Warriors line of super robot toys imported in the late 1970s by Mattel, then in Jim Terry's Force Five series, both under the title Grandizer. It was widely popular in the Middle East, France, French-speaking Canada and Italy.

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