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Getter Robo High
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Romanized

Gettā Robo Hai

Japanese Name

ゲッターロボ牌

Author

Bingo Morihashi

Artist

Drill Jiru

Genre

Seinen, Ecchi, Violence, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Game, Mecha, Monsters, Sci-Fi

Volumes

3

Chapters

21

Serialization

Kindai Mahjong

Release Date

Dec 15, 2016 - Dec 29, 2018

Getter Robo High (ゲッターロボ牌 Gettā Robo Hai) is a Getter Robo spin-off manga serialized by Kindai Mahjong, from December 15th, 2016 to December 29th, 2018. The series follows a team of three mahjong players who utilize the features of Getter Robo franchise's elements as part of a game of mahjong. The series is written by Bingo Morihashi and artwork is done by Drill Jiru.

Summary[]

In the year 2020, decades after the war for the survival of humanity, a base has suddenly appeared in the Atlantic Ocean. The name of the base: "The Empire of Atlantis". The elite of Atlantis, made up of human-beast hybrids, control a gigantic weapon called the High Beast, which is armored with an Orichalcum that prevents any kind of attack, and quickly overran the world.

Meanwhile, Dr. Shifukan, who has been researching the Getter Line, realizes a way to defeat the High Beast's Orichalcum, and develops a humanoid weapon with this ability, the Getter Robo. The only way to defeat the perfect Orichalcum is to play mahjong!

Banko Benimaru, Takeo Midorikawa, and Tsutsuno Byakuya are chosen to be Getter pilots, and throw themselves into the battle to protect the Earth.

Volumes[]

Volume 1[]

  • Chapter 1
  • Chapter 2
  • Chapter 3
  • Chapter 4
  • Chapter 5
  • Chapter 6
  • Chapter 7

Volume 2[]

  • Chapter 8
  • Chapter 9
  • Chapter 10
  • Chapter 11
  • Chapter 12
  • Chapter 13
  • Chapter 14
  • Chapter 15

Volume 3[]

  • Chapter 16
  • Chapter 17
  • Chapter 18
  • Chapter 19
  • Chapter 20
  • Chapter 21


Trivia[]

  • In the English title "Getter Robo High", the "High" has a different meaning. In the Japanese title "ゲッターロボ牌" (Gettā Robo Hai), the "牌" (Hai) means Mahjong tiles. This series has no correlation to High School and the characters are not High Schoolers, a very common misconception.


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