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Gurren-Lagann

 

Tengen Toppa Gurren-Lagann

 

Animated by GAINAX, famous for Evangelion and Gunbuster, Tengen Toppa Gurren-Lagann premiered on Japanese TV in April 2007. It marks the series directorial debut of Hiroyuki Imaishi, who previously directed episodes of FLCL and Re: Cutie Honey, and penned by Kazuki Nakashima. Gurren-Lagann is set in a dismal future where humanity has been driven underground by a race of beastmen who patrol the surface in face-themed robots called Gunmen. A young boy named Simon with an affinity for drilling discovers a mysterious mecha and is swept in to an adventure across the surface to defeat the beastmen by his older brother-like friend, the boisterous Kamina. In addition to the TV series, a short OVA was produced and released with a Japan-only Nintendo DS game. Two movie adaptations were released after the TV series, and they've been released in the U.S. directly by producer Aniplex. The TV series was initially licensed by ADV Films, but the license fell through and was later picked up by Bandai Entertainment. Bandai released the series on DVD and aired it on the Sci-Fi Channel. When they shut down U.S. operations in 2012, the series was re-released by Aniplex on Blu-ray and DVD.

 

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Gurren-Lagann, characters, images and related items are copyrights of GAINAX and Aniplex ©2006 to .
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