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Gravion (2002), a sci-fi adventure from the Gonzo studio, incorporates elements of Gundam, Evangelion, and countless fan-service series. While searching for his missing older sister, 17-year-old Eiji Shigura stumbles into the castle of mysterious zillionaire Klein Sandman. The reclusive tycoon knows that the alien Zeravire are planning to attack the Earth, and has prepared a counter-weapon: Heavy Metal God Gravion, a giant mecha formed when six smaller machines combine. Eiji has the "G-factor" enzyme in his blood that enables him to pilot one of the component mecha. He's soon training and quarreling with other "Gran Diva" pilots, most of whom are buxom young women in décolleté costumes. This very derivative series suffers from too many characters, all of them underdeveloped, but devotees of giant mecha sagas and fan service jiggle shots may not care. (Rated 13 and older: violence, nudity, risqué humor, alcohol use) --Charles Solomon
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Wild Card, young rookie (Eiji) is drafted into
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