|Created by||Yoshitake Suzuki|
|Anime television series|
|Directed by||Ryosuke Takahashi|
|Music by||Nayazumi Yamamoto|
|Studio|| Tohokushinsha Film |
Crystal Art Studio
|Original network||FNS (Fuji TV, KTV)|
|Original run||October 1, 1973 – December 30, 1974|
Zero Tester (ゼロテスター, Zerotesutā) is a mecha produced anime series by Sunrise and Crystal Art Studio.
It consists of 66 episodes and was originally broadcast on Fuji TV.The first 39 episodes tells the attempted invasion of the earth by Armanoid aliens, while the remaining 27 episodes, with the series retitled Zero Tester: Save the Earth! (Chikyu o Mamotte!), are about an attack by Gallos aliens.
According to Jonathan Clements and Helen McCarthy's The Anime Encyclopedia , it was "an early gathering of many of anime's future greats, particularly for the Gundam series".
The first directorial work by Ryosuke Takahashi . In response to the failure of Hazedon in the previous year, the second work of Soeisha changed the project content from marine adventure to science fiction.
" Thunderbird was a Japanese copyright's" Tohokushinsha planning as a concept of "Japanese-made Thunderbird" is, was produced as the No. 2 work of creation Utsusha a subsidiary. In contrast to "Hazedon," which failed in terms of audience rating, this work succeeded in terms of audience rating.
Initially, the Zero Tester was also in a scenario that eventually led to battle in the incident investigation and rescue mission, but the battle color was strengthened by repeated route changes.
At the end of the next announcement , the line "Let's charge this channel again next week" was always included.
The mechanical design has been credited as "John Dedowa" is a fictional character, the reality is Studio Nue is a SF planning company Crystal Art Studio is a de facto predecessor, as those of the current studio bran example relationship first It is a TV animation of.
|On-air date||Episode Title||Writer||Conte||Director||Appearing enemy mecha||Guest Voice|
|The birth of Zero Tester||Fuyunori Gobu||Kazuo Nakamura||Armanoid Tank|
|2||October 8||Hit the hurricane top!||Haruya Yamazaki||Hurricane top|
|3||October 15||Pit of the Universe||Satoshi Inoue||Planetary Fortress, Bomb Robot|
|4||October 22||SOS First Planet Base||Fuyunori Gobu||Armanoid Robot|
|5||October 29||Horror Human Remodeling Machine||Golem|
|6||November 5||Dispatch Tester No. 3!||Haruya Yamazaki||Submarine Bethbias|
|7||November 12||Blow up the underground power plant!||Satoshi Inoue||Armanoid bats|
|8||November 19||Antarctic Operation||Hino Takamoto||Whale-class submarine|
|9||November 26||Fubuki! Zero life support||String Goro||King (Pharaoh) Robot (Voice: Hisayoshi Yoshizawa), |
Prince Robot (Voice: Akira Kamiya)
|10||December 3||The Earth Burns||Haruya Yamazaki||Machine Bird|
|11||December 10||Protect the laser car!||Satoshi Inoue||Monster Butterfly|
|12||December 17||Hit the Space Fortress!||Ryosuke Takahashi|
|13||December 24||Armanoid Gifts||Yu Yamamoto * 1|
|14||December 31||Mobius's Counterattack||Fuyunori Gobu|
|Close call! Three people aimed at||Haruya Yamazaki||Lightning laser|
|16||January 14||Scoop the Sun!||Satoshi Inoue|
|17||January 21||Aimed Undersea City||Yu Yamamoto|
|18||January 28||Space Jellyfish Polyp||Haruya Yamazaki||Polyp|
|19||February 4||Yousei Silver Bronco||Satoshi Inoue|
|20||February 11||Crazy Artificial Sun|| Kenichi Matsuzaki |
|21||February 18||The tanker spacecraft that was taken over||Gengoro|
|22||February 25||Fear of 10,000 km / s||Fuyunori Gobu|
|23||March 4||Shoot down the planetary machine||Yu Yamamoto|
|24||March 11||A space ghost appeared !!||Fuyunori Gobu||Monster|
|25||March 18||Break through the spider web barrier||Satoshi Inoue||Arabella|
|26||March 25||Monster Brain Mad||Fuyunori Gobu||Mad|
|27||April 1||Secret Tester Machine Z-1|
|28||April 8||The artificial island was intimidated!|
|29||April 15||Dr. Tachibana's Uragiri?||Haruya Yamazaki||Ladybugs Rocket|
|30||April 22||Fierce fight! Confrontation with Dekuninger||Yu Yamamoto||Dekuninger|
|31||April 29||Strong enemy! Robot Great Fortress||String Goro||Dinosaur Robot Fortress|
|32||May 6||Remodeled Barghis Counterattack||Fuyunori Gobu||Remodeled Barghis|
|33||May 13||Armanoid Deep Sea Trap||Yu Yamamoto|
|34||May 20||Captain Desperate Counterattack||String Goro||Centipede Tank|
|35||May 27||Appearance! Mecha Plant Dyler||Yoshiaki Yoshida||Iron-eating Mushroom, Dyler|
|36||June 3||Cryonic Humans!||String Goro||Temperature Sensing Robot|
|37||June 10||Target is Zero Tester||Yu Yamamoto|
|38||June 17||Zero Robot Appears||Yoshiaki Yoshida||Phantom Fish Submarine|
|39||June 24||The End of the Strong Enemy Bargis||Fuyunori Gobu||Noboru Ishiguro||King Squid Gander|
|40||July 1||Garos Seven People Appeared||Yoshiyuki Tomino||(Credit) |
It has not been)
|Garos Seven People, Decoy Robot|
|41||July 8||Invasion of Animal Garos||Gengoro||Yoshikazu Yasuhiko||Animal Garos (Voice: Kiyoshi Kobayashi)|
|42||July 15||I'm here! Dinosaur Army||Ryosuke Takahashi||Yoshiyuki Tomino||Dinosaur Garos (Voice: Shozo Iizuka)|
|43||July 22||Intense! Ashlanger||Yu Yamamoto||Seiji Okuda||Yuichiro Yokoyama||Warrior Garos Ashlanger (Voice: Kenji Utsumi), |
|44||July 29||Ambush of Fire Garos||Noboru Ishiguro||Kazunori Tanahashi||Fire Garos (Voice: Shojiro Kihara)|
|45||August 5||Challenge of Esper Garos||Soji Yoshikawa||Yoshikazu Yasuhiko||Esper Garos (Voice: Ikuo Nishikawa)|
|46||August 12||Yokai Gamagaros||Yoshiaki Yoshida||Yoshikazu Yasuhiko||Gamagaros (Voice: Junpei Takiguchi)|
|47||August 19||Three-stage deformed Garos||String Goro||Hisashi Sakaguchi||Yuichiro Yokoyama||Transformed Garos (Voice: Reizo Nomoto)|
|48||August 26||Fear of Mecha Ants||Yu Yamamoto||Yoshiyuki Tomino||Black Demon (Voice: Shozo Iizuka)|
|49||September 2||Zero Flight of Trials||Soji Yoshikawa||Noboru Ishiguro||Kazunori Tanahashi||Armageddon (Voice: Yoshihisa Kamo)|
|50||September 9||Advance! Crusher 7||Yu Yamamoto||Yoshikazu Yasuhiko||Super Garos (voice: Mikio Terashima)|
|51||September 16||Transparent Garos Trap||Seiji Okuda||Yuichiro Yokoyama||Transparent Garos (Voice: Kenji Utsumi)|
|52||September 23||Three Stars Launch||Yoshiaki Yoshida||Yoshiyuki Tomino||Magmagaros (Voice: Shozo Iizuka)|
|53||September 30||Unit 2 Fortress Plan||Yu Yamamoto||Kazunori Tanahashi||Nobuyoshi Sasakado||Hydragaros|
|54||October 7||Deep Sea Zero Charge||Yoshikazu Yasuhiko||Yoshikazu Yasuhiko||Dragon Garos (Voice: Reizo Nomoto)|
|55||October 14||Shoot the Garos Bullet Train||Yu Yamamoto||Yuichiro Yokoyama||Kazuo Nakamura|
|56||October 21||Phantom Zero Tester||Yoshikazu Yasuhiko||Introductory Garos (Voice: Teiji Omiya)|
|57||October 28||Underground Garos Sasoligula||Gengoro||Yoshiyuki Tomino||Kazuo Nakamura||Underground Garos Sasoligula (Voice: Uncredited)|
|58||November 4||Transform Zero Buggy!||Soji Yoshikawa||Kazunori Tanahashi||Nobuyoshi Sasakado||Bagindagaros (Voice: Toshihiko Kojima * 2)|
|59||November 11||Escape the Bomb Island||Yoshiaki Yoshida||Yuichiro Yokoyama||Saburo Sakamoto||Bomb Garos (Voice: Masashi Amenomori)|
|60||November 18||Devil's Specter Garos||Kazuo Terada||Kazuo Terada||Kazuo Nakamura||Specter Garos (Voice: Shozo Iizuka)|
|61||November 25||The Secret of Yuki Shonen Robot||Soji Yoshikawa||Yoshikazu Yasuhiko||Bison Garos (Voice: Rei Nomoto) three)|
|62||December 2||SOS! Robot Tournament||Masaaki Sakurai||Yoshiyuki Tomino||(Credit) |
It has not been)
|Driller Garos (voice: Shozo Iizuka)|
|63||December 9||Laughter of Hell Garos||Yu Yamamoto||Yoshikazu Yasuhiko||Yuichiro Yokoyama||Nobuyoshi Sasakado||Hell Garos (voice: Mikio Terashima)|
|64||December 16||Horror Cyborg Plan||Soji Yoshikawa||Kazuo Terada||Saburo Sakamoto||Zoomer (Voice: Reizo Nomoto)|
|65||December 23||Armanoid Star Approaching||Yu Yamamoto||Yoshikazu Yasuhiko||Bangers|
|66||December 30||The end of the Armanoid star||Fuyunori Gobu||Yoshiyuki Tomino||Nobuyoshi Sasakado||Armanoid star, multi-warhead nuclear missile|
* 1 The credit is misprinted as "Yu Yamamoto". * 2 You are a racer with credit.
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