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|This article is about a/an list of mecha robos in the Super Sentai series.|
In this category are the Giant Robo listed in the order they appear as well as alphabeticaly (in the alphabetized category list below).
Normally, when the Sentai Team defeats the monster of the week, the defeated foe then revives as a gigantic version of itself. To combat this, the Sentai summon their mecha and combine them to level the playing field. The concept started in Sentai with the Marvel Comics co-production, Battle Fever J, marking the start of the Super Sentai revival following on from Toei and Marvel's first joint-show, Spider-Man, which featured the titular hero fight monsters with his own giant robot. Shotaro Ishinomori's initial Sentai series, Himitsu Sentai Gorenger and J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai, lacked such a feature, with monsters defeated on ground, though they possessed mecha in the form of 'flying fortresses'. Following the initial Robo in Battle Fever J, the subsequent series Denziman introduced a Robo which transformed from vehicle to humanoid, with Sun Vulcan then featuring a Robo which combined from two individual mecha. Years later, Maskman was the first to feature a Robo combined from mecha belong to each individual member, totalling five, marking the standard of the initial primary Robo which is recognized today.
A Giant Robo (巨大ロボ Kyodai Robo?), alternatively termed Super Robo (スーパーロボ Sūpā Robo?) or Sentai Robo (戦隊ロボ Sentai Robo?) , is the combination of multiple mecha. In general, the red leader has a smaller humanoid mecha of his own that gets bigger when combined with his teammates' vehicle/animal only mecha. Most Giant Robos have a special sword, and some have more combinations with other mecha. Often, they have the words "Robo" or "O" (Japanese for King) in their names to symbolize their power.
Throughout the series, the Sentai will often add more mecha to their arsenal. Some are humanoid mecha of their own, while many others are support units that form weapons for other mecha.
As of Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters vs. Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: The Movie, Giant Robos are referred to with the umbrella term 'Megazords", a term originating from Power Rangers.
Primary Giant Robos
List of Giant Robos
- Ultimate Daizyujin
- Heavy Armor Chi Palace
- Super Muteki Shogun
- Super Kakure Daishogun
- Kakure Daishogun
- Holy Stealth Beast Tsubasamaru
- Galaxy Beast Warrior GingaiOh
- Combined Beast-Warrior BullTaurus
- Heavy Starbeast GoTaurus
- Heavy Knight
- Steel Starbeast GigaRhinos
- Steel Starbeast GigaPhoenix
- Max Victory Robo
- Grand Liner
- Victory Mars
- Max Victory Robo Sigma Project
- Hyakujuu Gattai GaoKing
- Hyakujuu Gattai GaoMuscle
- Hyakujuu Gattai GaoHunter
- Hyakujuu Gattai GaoIcarus
- Karakuri Giant Tenrai Senpuujin
- Supreme Ruler of Darkness WolKaiser
- Magical IronMan Travelion
- Ultimate DaiBouken
- Siren Builder
- Herculean Giant GekiFire
- Beast-Fist God SaiDain
- Engine-O G12
- Samurai Gattai ShinkenOh
- Cho Samurai Gattai Tenkuu ShinkenOh
- Samurai Giant DaiKaiOh
- Shin Samurai Gattai DaiKaiShinkenOh
- Zen Samurai Gattai SamuraiHaOh
- Ground Gosei Great
- Datas Hyper
- Gosei Ultimate
- Kamitsuki Gattai Kyoryuzin
- Kaminari Henkei Pteraiden-Oh
- Kyosei Kamitsuki Gattai SpinoDai-Oh
- Rocket Henkei Plezu-Oh
- Cho Kamitsuki Henkei Gigant Bragi-Oh
- ToQ Rainbow
- Ressha Gattai SafariGaOh
- Ha-Oh Shuriken Gattai Ha-Oh Shurikenjin
- Gekiatsu Shuriken Gattai Gekiatsu Dai-Oh
- Wild Tousai Dodeka King
- Doubutsu Gattai CondorWild
This category has the following 21 subcategories, out of 21 total.
Pages in category "Giant Robo"
The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 201 total.