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Nagai's Super Robot Classics by Zer013 Nagai's Super Robot Classics by Zer013
Tribute to all classic Super Robot of Go Nagai from '70s to '80s.
Each Robot were drawn singularly. Soon I'll release them one by one.

Tributo a tutti i classici Super Robot di Go Nagai degli anni 70 e 80.
Ogni robot è stato disegnato singolarmente. Presto li pubblicherò uno a uno.
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lolth2112 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014
Vederli tutti insieme, effettivamente, è una gran bella emozione. Se poi il lavoro è di qualità così alta come il tuo, all'emozione si unisce il piacere di contemplare un'opera così piacevole.
Complimenti per il tuo talento.
Zer013 Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014
Grazie ^__^
Telbanage Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2014
Fantastic photo! I just don't think "Magne Robo Gakeen" is a Go Nagai super robot...Are you sure?
Zer013 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2014
I saw it in this list of nagai's works:…
I don't know if it's a Nagai' idea or a collaboration (like the Getter Saga)...
foldabotZ Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2013
que song: Iza Ike! Suupaa Roboto Gundan
Mrtrainfreak12 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2013  Student Filmographer
Very awesome!

But...what's this? No Dai-X or Govarian? Still is a nice pic though^^

Fun fact: Kouji Kabuto wasn't the first to shout out his robots attacks, That honor would be Daisaku Kusama/Johnny Sokko with the original 60's Giant Robo manga/tokusatsu (Then again the rocket punch also came from Giant Robo as well). I believe Go Nagai did state that Giant Robo (along with Gigantor and Astro Boy) to be an inspiration
Zer013 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2013
Thanks! :)
I din't draw Govarian (and God Mazinger and Mazinkaiser, ecc... ) because it has never been transmitted in my country (this picture is a tribute of the nagai's robots with which we have grown in 70's and 80's in Italy :) ).
And Dai-X (or X-Bomber as was named in Italy) was a live tv show with puppets, not an anime cartoon, so I've decided to exclude it

PS: that fun fact is very interesting... in our country Giant Robo was practically unknow (untill the OVAs of 1998) as for the original Tetsujin 28 (we saw only the remake of 1980).
That's because the anime phenomenon arrived in Italy in a very confused way: the very first giant robot we saw was Grendizer (Goldrake in Italy), and nobody knew that it was only the final chapter of the trilogy of the Mazingers! After it's huge success
most TV channels bought the anime series about robots in a completely random way.... after Grendizer arrived Great Mazinger, then Jeeg and the Getters... we saw Mazinger Z practically as last (You can imagine the confusion of Italian children of the early 80!).
Mrtrainfreak12 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2013  Student Filmographer
I see. Technically the X-bomber bit is true but I felt it would be nice^^; and American's like me Got Giant Robo 1967 and India and Brazil as well but that's about it

Also you're welcome!
Zer013 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2013
Mrtrainfreak12 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2013  Student Filmographer
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