|Super-God Masterforce > Issue # 3|
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The Autobot Headmaster Juniors are confronted by Decepticon Headmaster Juniors.
- Japanese title: "運命の対決 正義と悪の子供達"
Blood shows up in Tokyo at night and ravages the city, making Hawk call the Autobot Headmaster Juniors to scramble. Hawk tasks them with the rescue operation and then changes into Metalhawk to fight Blood. What they do not know is that it is a feint by Blood.
Because the incident happens at night, the Autobot Headmaster Juniors wake up from sleep and put on their Master Suits by Masterbraces, scrambling to the city area of Tokyo.
While fighting with Metalhawk, Blood tells him that is a trap to test the power of Jinchōkon energy.
After the Autobot Headmaster Juniors extinguish the fire and evacuate the citizens, the Decepticon Headmaster Juniors suddenly show up from the underground, hitting the Autobot Headmaster Juniors with a surprising attack.
The Decepticon Headmaster Juniors are too powerful for the Autobot Headmaster Juniors to strike back. When Cancer prepares to finish them off, he is distracted by a crying little girl with her wounded mother trapped by the rubble. Shūta seizes the chance immediately and kicks Cancer. Eventually the Autobot Headmaster Juniors work together to defeat the Decepticon Headmaster Juniors successfully, forcing Dauros call Blood to retreat.
The little girl's mother is saved by Minerva later. Cab feels strange that the Decepticon Headmaster Junior was distracted by the mother and her daughter. Minerva thinks maybe he was originally a good person.
Suddenly Shūta realizes it is already daybreak; they must go to school before late. Cab says it is hard to be an honest child. Hawk tells them not to worry about being late for school because it is Sunday. Everyone laughs.
Meanwhile, in the Decepticon headquarters, the Decepticon Pretenders are explaining about the "Jinchōkon", which is possessed only by human beings. And it is the time to reveal their leaders, who are able to own the powers of "Heaven", "Earth", and "Human"—Adam and Eve of the Devil and the Men of Shrine: Godmaster Brothers.
(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)
Items of note
- Though Autobots, the Headmaster Juniors are still children and students. Which means they have to maintain both keeping peace and their schoolwork. Poor kids.
- Special moves in this issue:
- Scram Attack (Decepticon Headmaster Juniors)
- Goal Kick (Shūta)
- The original kanji for "Men of Shrine" is "Child of God", which is pronounced as Miko.