Following yesterday's announcement of a 2015 return of the bishoujo version of Toei's classic mecha, plans have been detailed for Robot Girls Z Plus. The series of six, monthly shorts will be inspired by the Toei Cartoon Festival (or Manga Matsuri - later renamed Toei Anime Fair in the 90's) crossover films, such as Great Mazinger Vs. Getter Robo. More after the jump.
A NicoNico Christmas Eve webcast featuring Mariko Honda (Mazinger Z/Z-chan), Inori Minase (Gre-chan/Great Mazinger), Kazusa Aranami (Grendizer/Grenda-san), Emi Nitta (Liking), Emi Hirayama (Demonika) and Naomi Ozora has revealed plans for a new 2015 anime featuring the bishoujo versions of Toei's mecha heroes and villains, Robot Girls Z. More after the jump.
We recently shared a big batch of screens for Ar nosurge Plus, the enhanced PS Vita port that was announced for Japan last week. According to an Amazon Japan listing, first-print copies will come with a downloadable costume from Robot Girls Z. Hit the jump for more.
The official site for the upcoming theatrical screening of the Robot Girls Z TV anime today posted a 90-second trailer introducing the highlight scenes from the series on its movie section. The advance tickets with a newly-illustrated clear file will go on sale on April 26. Hit the jump for the clip.
The official site for the upcoming theatrical screening of the Robot Girls Z TV anime today revealed the two types of the advance tickets featuring Robot Girls and Kikaijyu Girls. Each tickets comes with a clear file newly illustrated by the character designer Tetsuya Kawakami. Hit the jump for more information.
Anime's first heroic giant robot piloted from an internal cockpit was 1972's Mazinger Z. Its first foes were Mechanical Beasts Doublas M2 and Garada K7. So, when Toei offers Robot Girls Z moe version Z-chan and Doublas as hug pillows and sheets, they're certainly dipping into a deep legacy. Get a look after the jump.
Besides leading this season's comedy anime shorts, Toei's Robot Girls Z, featuring moe versions of their classic mecha anime, Mariko Honda voiced Z-chan, Inori Minase voiced Gre-chan and Kazusa Aranami voiced Grenda-san have been enlisted to to star in various short infomercials. Check out the latest after the jump.
Crunchyroll’s winter slate of streaming anime gets a last minute addition in the form of Robot Girls Z, a new series inspired by Toei’s legendary super robots of the 1970s! Read on for full details!