Ahead of this winter's personified mecha anime Robot Girls Z shorts series, Toei has posted a new video introducing the heroines of comedy shorts anime featuring the moe adventures of girls versions of classic '70s giant robots. Get a look at who's who after the jump.
Ahead of this winter's personified mecha anime Robot Girls Z shorts series, Mariko Honda voiced Z-chan, Inori Minase voiced Gre-chan and Kazusa Aranami voiced Grenda-san have been enlisted to help Toei sell their classic mecha anime. Get a look after the jump.
After previously showing it on a Nico live event, Toei is now streaming a look at the first episode of anime shorts series Robot Girls Z, a comedy featuring the moe adventures of girls versions of classic '70s giant robots. Get a look after the jump.
Continuing to look ahead to winter series, the designs for two more moe versions of classic super robots, set to appear in Toei's Robot Girls Z shorts, have been revealed. Hit the jump to see them.
In 2011, Toei introduced their Robot Girls with a trio of cute, anthropomorphic versions of the mecha from 1976's Demon King of the Heavens: Gaiking, 76/77's Ga-Keen, The Magnetic Robot and 77/78's Superhuman Combat Team Baratack with Kaori Takaoka voiced Gai-chan, Satomi Satou voiced Gacky and Ayumi Tsuji voiced Bara-tan. Now, they've reworked the concept based on the pioneering internally piloted mecha, Mazinger Z and its direct descendants in Robot Girls Z.