New details have emerged regarding the sequel series Gundam Build Fighters Try, so that means it's time for updates. New mecha and anime sections have been created ahead of its October premiere. There is also an update for the Reconguistamecha section.
You might have heard the recent news that Orguss has been license rescued by Discotek Media. The series is the focus of today's update, with reviews for episodes 25-28. There are also lineart updates for the Gundam Side Stories section, with credit to balofo.
On March 18, 2010, I posted the review for episode 1 of Gundam Unicorn. That process finally ends with today's reviews for episode 7 and the compilation special episode EX. This makes Unicorn the series with the longest release schedule that I've reviewed, even longer than Macross Zero. The Review Averages page has been upgraded to the new format and updated to reflect several other recent completed series. There's also a new mecha section for UC MSV Kusabi.
Several mecha updates are on tap in today's update. First, there are some minor updates to unit listings for Gundam Unicorn. Next, there are new sections for The Origin anime and the new PS3 game Gundam Side Stories.
It's been a slow month for updates, but expect more in the near future. For today, it's time to catch up on some updates, starting with new profiles for Gundam Unicorn, plus new lineart for Build Fighters, with custom art courtesy of Strike Zero.
It's that time of year again, and MAHQ celebrates another birthday as it turns 14 today. As always, I'd like to thank everyone who contributes to MAHQ on a regular basis, whether it's lineart, reviews or even comments on Mecha Talk or Facebook. This work would be pointless if not for your feedback.
It's traditional for the anniversary update to include a large amount of new content, and today's includes 22 new reviews, including:
-My review for episode 25 of Build Fighters, which completes the series. Its mecha section has also been updated.
Of course, there's still a lot of work to do in 2014, including the last bit of page conversions. I'll be reviewing Gundam Reconguista and the new Macross whenever they start. Once Orguss is done, I'll be moving on to my next review target, Blue Comet SPT Layzner. Stay tuned for much more from MAHQ this year, and thanks for stopping by.
Catch up time continues with today's update, which features reviews for episodes 20-24 of Build Fighters. On the same subject, there's a new mecha section for the manga side story Build Fighters Amazing.
It's been a long time since the last update, mainly since a new job and home construction have prevented me from working on updates. Unfortunately, this means I won't reach the self-imposed goal of completing the conversion by April 1. However, the goal is so close that it'll be wrapped up soon anyway. In the meantime, I've been catching up on the Build Fightersmecha section with new profiles, including custom lineart by Strike Zero.
02.19.14 - The Meat Bun Chronicles by Chris 1:19 P.M.
Conversions have been the name of the game recently, so reviews have fallen behind. That changes in today's update, which includes reviews for episodes 15-19 of Gundam Build Fighters. As usual, there are also mecha updates with custom lineart by Strike Zero.
Today marks are pretty important moment in MAHQ history: with the conversion of Macross Frontier, the entire Mecha section is complete. The section has been updated to reflect new units from the movies, with lineart courtesy of Strike Albion. With the biggest section of MAHQ complete, the end is in sight with conversions, so hopefully this long effort will be wrapped up soon.
Today's update is a mix of both new content and conversions. Macross 7 has been converted, with some new lineart courtesy of Kuruni. Other new lineart for Macross 7 and all previously converted Macross sections is courtesy of Archive Scans.
It's time for the first update of 2014, and that consists of catching up on Build Fighters with reviews for episodes 11-12. If you're wondering what happened to the previous news posts for 2013, they'll be available soon in an updated News Archive.