installment of the Getter Robo Saga manga series created by G or Nagai and Ken Ishikawa has posted a new promotional video in which the premiere of the series for July 4, 2021, on AT-X and TOKYO MX.
In the trailer, we can hear what will be the opening of the series, Bloodlines: Unmei no Ketto, by JAM Project. In addition, this is the first theme of the unit for an anime after two years and will be the 71st single of the same, going on sale on July 14, 2021.
The Getter Robo Arc video also introduces us to the four leading voices for the first time: Yuuma Uchida as Takuma Nagare, Arihiro Mukaino as Sho Kamui, Kazuhiro Sunseki as Baku Yamagishi, and Naoya Uchida as Hayato Jin.
Jun Kawagoe Getter Robo: Armageddon, Shin Getter Robo vs. Neo Getter Robo, New Getter Robo will direct the Getter Robo Arc under Bee Media. Dynamic Planning appears as responsible for the planning and Ken Ishikawa along with Go Nagai as responsible for the original work. Tadashi Hayakawa is in charge of composition and also writes the scripts. Kazuya Hoshi is in charge of character design and Hideyuki Motohashi Fushigi Yugi, God Mars, Hikaru no Go adapts those designs for animation.
Yoshichika Kuriyama Cyborg 009 Vs. Devilman and Shiho Terada Cyborg 009 Vs. Devilman, Tropical-Rouge! Precure is in charge of the Getter Robo Arc soundtrack. Finally, JAM Project performs the opening song Bloodlines: Unmei no Ketto.
In addition, other team members include:
- Robot Concept Design: Toshiyuki Horii
- Wicks and backgrounds design: Goichi Iwahata, Yasuhiro Moriki,
- Art Direction: Daisuke Negishi
- Background art: Katsuhisa Takiguchi
- CGI Direction and Design: Yuichi Goto
- Sound Director: Toru Nakano
- Music production: Lantis
The manga’s story centers on the conflict against the Andromeda nation, a new enemy of humanity seeking to destroy the source of the getter rays that destroyed their civilization. All hopes are placed on the Getter Robo Arc robot, but the appearance of another mysterious Getter robot, piloted by Ryoma Nagare’s son, further complicates the conflict.
Ishikawa launched the manga in Futabasha’s Super Robot Magazine in 2002, although the work is unfinished after his death in 2006. Ken Ishikawa and Go Nagai created the Getter Robo manga, considered one of the most iconic of the super robot genre together. to Mazinger Z, from Nagai himself.
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