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  • Jet Jaguar
  • Jet Jaguar
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  • Jet Jaguar is a fictional robot that appears in the Godzilla film Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973).
  • Jet Jaguar has the ability to grow to a giant size and shrink back to the size of an adult human being.
  • Jet Jaguar is a japanese-created Jaeger of immense size. It's size is roughly 1,024 ft. Jet Jaguar is as much a work of art as it is a fighting machine. Jet's entire body is decorated and meant to look geometrically pleasing. Jet's every crevice is packed full of pyrotechnics and blades. It's most destructive weapon is it's Summit Blade. This blade is only meant for situations where there are no civillians as it can cause immense destruction. The Summit Blade is an extremely long, sword-like blade that is fitted with ultraviolet reactors that create a huge amount of radiation and heat. This functionally turns the blade into a sun and an atomic bomb combined. Areas in which the Summit Blade is used are quarantined for at least several years. The Jaeger is piloted by an experienced veteran.
  • Jet Jaguar is a silver humanoid robot with a pointed head, black eyes, a vented mouth, and arms seemingly composed of multicolored rings.
  • thumb Jet Jaguar ist ein freundlich anmutender Roboter, der auf der Erde entwickelt wurde.
  • Jet Jaguar is a Toho created robot, based on the Ultraman design, appearing in the film Godzilla vs Megalon.
  • Jet Jaguar is a superhero robot in the film Godzilla Vs. Megalon and is the only superhero character to appear in the Godzilla films, inspired by the popularity of heroes like Ultraman.
  • Jet Jaguar was the result of a contest Toho had in mid-to-late 1972 for fans to come up with a new hero for them to use (to capitalize on the many tokusatsu and anime superhero and super robot shows that were all the rage at the time). The winner of the contest submitted the drawing of a robot called Red Arone. The robot resembled both Ultraman and Mazinger Z (both of which were very popular at the time). The robot was renamed "Jet Jaguar" and was set to star in a film vehicle for him, titled Jet Jaguar Vs. Megalon, which pitted him against Megalon (a previously unused Godzilla monster design). However, Toho figured Jet Jaguar would not be able to carry the film on his own, in screen appearance or marketing value (which was a big thing with Toho), so during pre-production, even after doing
  • Jet Jaguar (ジェットジャガー Jettojagā?) is a heroic mecha created by Toho that first appeared in the 1973 Godzilla film, Godzilla vs. Megalon. Jet Jaguar was a human-sized robot created by inventor Goro Ibuki for unknown reasons. Having been stolen by the underground nation of Seatopia, Jet Jaguar's mission was to guide Megalon to Tokyo so the insect kaiju could destroy it. Eventually, however, Goro regained control of Jet Jaguar and sent him to fetch Godzilla from Monster Island. As Godzilla made his way to Japan, Jet Jaguar flew back to the mainland and faced Megalon. Increasing his size to 50 meters, Jet Jaguar attacked Megalon and was winning the battle until the cyborg Gigan arrived to provide Megalon some back-up. The two evil beasts were too much for Jet Jaguar, who was beaten senseless un
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  • Energy Beams
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  • Programmed with Strong Fighting Abilities
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  • None
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  • Powers
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  • Jet Jaguar
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  • Team Affliations
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  • Tools and Weapons
Controlled
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  • Godzilla Vs. Megalon
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  • Tokyo, Japan
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  • Real Name
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  • Jet-Jaguar, Robot Man, Red Alone , King Kong , Superman
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  • First Appearance
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  • Unknown
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  • Creators
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  • Super Strength, Robot Body, Size Changing, Flight, Communication with Monsters, Energy Beams
Roar
  • 180
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Box Title
  • Jet Jaguar
FirstAppearance
Name
  • Jet Jaguar
Caption
  • Jet Jaguar in Godzilla vs. Megalon
Relationships
  • Goro Ibuki
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Weight
  • 25000
  • 150.0
Allies
  • Godzilla, Kiryu, M.O.G.U.E.R.A., Zilla,
  • King Caesar, Rodan, Anguirus, Kumonga Gorosaurus, Baragon, Kamoebas, Varan Sanda, Gaira, Kamacuras
Height
  • 50.0
  • 1.8
Species
  • Robot
Enemies
Image size
  • 250
Nicknames
  • Jet-Jaguar, Robot Man, Red Alone, ,
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Forms
  • Giant Size
  • Normal Size,
Image File
  • Jet Jaguar.jpg
Portrayed
  • Tsugutoshi Komada and Masachika Mori
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  • ShodaiJetto
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  • Jet Jaguar is a fictional robot that appears in the Godzilla film Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973).
  • Jet Jaguar (ジェットジャガー Jettojagā?) is a heroic mecha created by Toho that first appeared in the 1973 Godzilla film, Godzilla vs. Megalon. Jet Jaguar was a human-sized robot created by inventor Goro Ibuki for unknown reasons. Having been stolen by the underground nation of Seatopia, Jet Jaguar's mission was to guide Megalon to Tokyo so the insect kaiju could destroy it. Eventually, however, Goro regained control of Jet Jaguar and sent him to fetch Godzilla from Monster Island. As Godzilla made his way to Japan, Jet Jaguar flew back to the mainland and faced Megalon. Increasing his size to 50 meters, Jet Jaguar attacked Megalon and was winning the battle until the cyborg Gigan arrived to provide Megalon some back-up. The two evil beasts were too much for Jet Jaguar, who was beaten senseless until Godzilla arrived. After a long fight, Godzilla and Jet Jaguar were able to defeat their foes, sending Megalon back to Seatopia and Gigan back into outer space. After the fight, Jet Jaguar reverted to his normal size, and returned to his home with Goro.
  • Jet Jaguar has the ability to grow to a giant size and shrink back to the size of an adult human being.
  • Jet Jaguar is a japanese-created Jaeger of immense size. It's size is roughly 1,024 ft. Jet Jaguar is as much a work of art as it is a fighting machine. Jet's entire body is decorated and meant to look geometrically pleasing. Jet's every crevice is packed full of pyrotechnics and blades. It's most destructive weapon is it's Summit Blade. This blade is only meant for situations where there are no civillians as it can cause immense destruction. The Summit Blade is an extremely long, sword-like blade that is fitted with ultraviolet reactors that create a huge amount of radiation and heat. This functionally turns the blade into a sun and an atomic bomb combined. Areas in which the Summit Blade is used are quarantined for at least several years. The Jaeger is piloted by an experienced veteran.
  • Jet Jaguar is a silver humanoid robot with a pointed head, black eyes, a vented mouth, and arms seemingly composed of multicolored rings.
  • thumb Jet Jaguar ist ein freundlich anmutender Roboter, der auf der Erde entwickelt wurde.
  • Jet Jaguar is a Toho created robot, based on the Ultraman design, appearing in the film Godzilla vs Megalon.
  • Jet Jaguar is a superhero robot in the film Godzilla Vs. Megalon and is the only superhero character to appear in the Godzilla films, inspired by the popularity of heroes like Ultraman.
  • Jet Jaguar was the result of a contest Toho had in mid-to-late 1972 for fans to come up with a new hero for them to use (to capitalize on the many tokusatsu and anime superhero and super robot shows that were all the rage at the time). The winner of the contest submitted the drawing of a robot called Red Arone. The robot resembled both Ultraman and Mazinger Z (both of which were very popular at the time). The robot was renamed "Jet Jaguar" and was set to star in a film vehicle for him, titled Jet Jaguar Vs. Megalon, which pitted him against Megalon (a previously unused Godzilla monster design). However, Toho figured Jet Jaguar would not be able to carry the film on his own, in screen appearance or marketing value (which was a big thing with Toho), so during pre-production, even after doing some tests and storyboards, the project was shut down for several weeks, until screenwriter Shinichi Sekizawa was called in to rewrite the script to add Godzilla and Gigan to have more marquee value. The resulting film, Godzilla vs. Megalon, paired Godzilla with Jet Jaguar against both Megalon and Gigan.
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