Tetsujin 28-Gou Lyrics
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Dr. Haneda was creating advanced giant robot warriors to combat the allies during World War II, but Allied bombs destroyed the facility and killed him before his creations could see action. A decade later criminals found two of the remaining prototypes in the show, # 26 and 27, and used the remote-controlled robots to commit many crimes. Young Shotaro Haneda, Dr. Haneda's twelve-year-old son, did some investigating, and found that the mob was searching for the twenty-eighth robot in the show, rumored to be the most powerful of them all.Racing the villains, Shotaro first finds the robot, along with his father's colleague Dr.
Shikashima, who was also thought to have been destroyed by the Allied bombing. Together, the two keep Tetusjin-28 (the official name of the robot) from falling into the hands of the bad guys, and agree to dedicate him to peace rather than war.For a long time, Shotaro fought crime, with the help of Dr. Shikashima, who would repair Tetsujin-28 when he was injured, and Otsuka, the police officer. Shotaro also fought the alien Magmans, planet Magma invaders who came to Earth late in his career, bearing with them their own giant robots, Magma X and Gold Wolf..
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Tetsujin 28-gō ( Japanese: 鉄人28号, Hepburn: Tetsujin Nijūhachi-gō, lit. "Iron Man No. 28" ) is a manga written and illustrated in 1956 by Mitsuteru Yokoyama who created Giant Robo as well. The series focuses on the adventures of Shotaro Kaneda, a young boy who controls a giant robot called Tetsujin 28, designed by his late father.The manga was later adapted to four anime Television dramas, a Japanese TV drama and two movies, one live action and one animated. The first series was published in 1963 and was among the first series of Japanese anime to feature a giant robot. It was later published as Gigantor in the United States.
In 2005 a live-action film with a heavy use of CGI was released in Japan.The series is credited with making the first humanoid giant robot externally controlled by an operator through remote control. Go Nagai later introduced the first occurrence of mecha operated by an operator from an onboard cockpit into the Mazinger Z series, published in 1972..
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