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"Memories" is made up of three separate science-fiction stories. In the first, "Magnetic Rose," four space travelers are drawn into an abandoned spaceship that contains a world created by ... See full summary »
In the year 2039, mankind has found a pure, clean, and infinetly recyclable power source known as the Shizuma Drive. It has served its purpose well, until now. Big Fire, a power-mad underworld organization, has found a way of making all Shizuma Drives inoperable. Luckily, a branch of InterPol, known as the Experts of Justice, have discovered this scheme. Now only Daisaku Kusama, a young Expert member, must control Giant Robo to battle the evils of Big Fire. Written by
Chuck "Dark-Side" Williamson
While the series has a duration of only seven episodes long (each episode lasting 45 minutes), it took six years to complete (if considering development, which began in the late 1980s, it brings the overall time to about 12 years). See more »
[to his son]
Can happiness be obtained without sacrifice? Can a new era be achieved without tragedy?
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Giant Robo has to be one of the best Anime series out there.
Giant Robo actually takes you to another time and place, where everything is different and every single person has there own idea of whats going on. It's an awesome commntary about the world that works even better now (2001) because of out energy crisis and our lack of leadership.
I've watched Giant Robo a million times and while I know who's suppose to be the good guys and bad guys, there's just so much involved that you loose sight of who's right and who's wrong, everybody's ideas make since, they all seem to be trying to save the world. Sure there are a few loose cannons that have no control, but our leads, who's right?
If you want to be a real nerd (which isn't a bad thing), watch this with friends and see the conversations it sparks.
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