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Panda-Z: The Robonimation

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Pan-Talon, pilot of the Panda-Z mecha, lives a colorful life. He engages in skirmishes against Skull Panda and the evil Warunimal army, plays Old Maid with his buddies, and consumes meals made out of batteries (for what else would a robot eat?). Meanwhile, at the enemy HQ, the Warunimal captains are more interested in finding out what their leader looks like under his cape than they are about devising evil plots. Through a variety of situations the forces collide, with both sides suffering design faults and neither taking the fighting seriously!

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Hare+Guu and Panda Z are children's entertainment that both have serious, intellectual themes which adults can appreciate and enjoy.

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Though Panda-Z and Usaru-san don't have a similar plot, trust me when I say they'll appeal to the same audience. Super cute creatures doing wacky things with plenty of laughs!