It is the same model as the ASC Batman car / Batmobile but much harder to find. Speed Racer is a japanese action hero. Made in japan in the 1960's. Some information on the character.Mach GoGoGo was first created and designed by anime pioneer Tatsuo Yoshida (19321977) as a manga series in the 1960s and made the jump to TV. As an anime series in 1967. The actual manga was inspired by Yoshidas earlier, and more popular automobile racing comics, Pilot Ace. Pilot Aces main storyline would form the structure for Mach GoGoGo, which followed the adventures of an ambitious young man who became a professional racer. The characters designs in Pilot Ace would set the main ground for the character design in Mach GoGoGo. Yoshida got his idea for the story after seeing two films that were very popular in Japan at the time, Viva Las Vegas. By combining the look of Elvis Presley. S race-car driving image, complete with neckerchief and black pompadour, and James Bond. Yoshida had the inspiration for his creation.
Soon enough, Mach GoGoGo hit shelves in the early 1960s. The central character in the anime and manga was a young race car driver named G Mifune (Mifune G). The name of the series, Mach GoGoGo has a triple meaning: "Mahha-g". Is the name of the car; the name of the main character is G Mifune; and finally, it contains the English word, go.In the American adaptation, the Mach 5 stems from the number 5 on the door. Is the word for the number 5, the Kanji character g. Which is used in the car name actually means "item number" i. It is an ordinal suffix. In addition, gogogo, is used as a general Japanese sound effect for rumble. Taken together, the program's title means, Mach-g, G Mifune, Go! In the American version, this would translate into Go, Speed Racer, Go! The manga (compiled into two deluxe volumes for Fusosha's re-release) has several storylines such as "The Great Plan", "Challenge of the Masked Racer", "The Fire Race", "The Secret Engine" and "Race for Revenge" that were adapted to the anime. However, minor changes occur between both the original manga and the anime series, such as differences between back stories of several characters and places. A few years after the volumes were released, Yoshida decided to release his manga series as an anime program, adding additional plots. 52 episodes aired in Japan, each one emulating the fast-paced action of the manga. The item "Mega rare tin Speed Racer Machee Gogo car ASC Aoshin Japan orig.
Box 1960 manga" is in sale since Sunday, October 15, 2017. This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Vintage & Antique Toys\Tin\Character". The seller is "tisgoedzoalshetis" and is located in Geel. This item can be shipped worldwide.