This page is for the duplicates used by L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N.. For the original robot these were "based on", see Great Mazinger.
The Mass-Produced Great Mazingers are a group of mechs from the original Great Mazinger manga and are featured as re-occurring supporting antagonists in the first season of The Knights of the Multiverse. As their name and appearances suggest, they are repllcas of Great Mazinger created by the evil organization L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N.. They were also created to act as a framework for their later mechas.
Season 1 Edit
After stealing Great Mazinger, L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. copied its blueprints and powers to create a variable fighting force for their new plans of world domination, as well as to experiment with a Photon Power generator.
In their first appearance, a single Great Mazinger unit was sent to attack the Crystal Knights. Naturally, Tetsuya set out in the OG Great to deal with this knockoff, only to see that the duplicate's abilities had as much power as his, with both bouncing Thunder Breaks and Breast Burns off one another. Starscream stepped in and gave him the edge he needed, with Tetsuya finishing it off with a Great Boomerang. Unfortunately, that was only the beginning, as an entire army of Great's was rocketing towards them.
As replicas of the original Great Mazinger, the Mass-Produced Greats have access to its all of its abilities, such as Thunder Break, Great Typhoon, Atomic Punch, Breast Burn, Mazinger Blade, and the Scramble Dash. The only difference is that the Brain Condors aren't able to eject from their heads. They also have the option of being piloted from the Brain Condor, but are usually remote-controlled. Said system was the same one that was used with a set of Mass-Produced Getter Robos.
Appearance wise, the only difference between the original Great Mazinger and the Mass-Produced versions is that the blue arms and legs are colored black, like Great's appearance in the manga and the Mazinkaiser OVA.
Though their appearance is taken from the original Great Mazinger manga, their role as antagonists are inspired by their appearances in several Super Robot Wars games where they're given new backstories as created by Dr. Hell or the Mycenae Empire.