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In the Bedroom & On the Battlefield It Takes Two to Tangle! Five years ago, as the Mimetic Beasts laid waste to Japan, Dannar Pilot Go saved young Anna Aois life. Now, as they prepare to march down the aisle, a new Beast appears and Go is summoned into battle once more. But hes not going alone, not if his blushing bride to be can help it! Its a honeymoon from hell as two stubborn mecha pilots bump heads, egos and other bits; but if Anna and Go can mate their robots interlocking parts, theyll form the ultimate marriage of man, woman and machine! The battle of the sexes and the battle for the future of mankind are fought simultaneously in the wildest giant robot series ever, GODANNAR!
The sci-fi broadcast series Godannar (2003) is set in the not-too-distant future, five years after the alien Mimetic Beasts attacked Earth. Although they were supposedly defeated, at least one appears in every episode. Seventeen-year-old Anna wants to be a mecha pilot, so she can join her new husband Goh in fighting the Beasts. She gets her chance when the Neo-Okusaer robot rises out of a graveyard: with Anna at the helm, it successfully fuses with Goh's mecha to form Godannar, an über-robot that can beat the sashimi out of any Mimetic Beast. In between monster attacks, misunderstandings arise between the pneumatic females in the cast and the largely ineffectual males. Director Yasuchika Nagaoka moves everything at a frantic pace, trying to disguise the characters' utter lack of personalities. Godannar plays like an unsuccessful attempt to blend Evangelion, Bubbblegum Crisis, and Daphne in the Brilliant Blue: even the mecha jiggle in some shots. It's strictly for fans of big-eyes-big-breasts-big-guns anime. (Rated TV MA, suitable for ages 16 and older: Nudity, violence, tobacco use) --Charles SolomonSee all Editorial Reviews
I ordered godanner 1 and was sent godannar 2 in the volume ones case...you think some one would have checked the disk it has a "2" on it. Read morePublished on June 18, 2012 by Hopelee58
In the past few years, we have seen a lot of mecha using fan service as a way to attract anime viewers and our last review of "Gravion Zwei" from ADV Films was a prime example of... Read morePublished on August 13, 2008 by [KNDY] Dennis A. Amith
No kidding! You want beautiful animation? Godannar has it! You want action? Godannar has it! You want romance? Godannar has it! Fan service? Godannar has it! Great music? Read morePublished on July 8, 2006 by Michael Harmon