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G Gundam

 

Mobile Fighter G Gundam

 

After Mobile Suit Victory Gundam finished airing in Japan in early 1994, Bandai celebrated Gundam's 15th anniversary by trying something new: free the franchise from the continuity of the the Universal Century (and sell more model kits). Thus, the alternate universes were born that are the settings for every TV series following Victory Gundam. Premiering in 1994, G Gundam was the first alternate universe series, and perhaps one of the most controversial. Directed by Yasuhiro Imagawa (Giant Robo), this series takes a vastly different approach to the Gundam saga. Instead of having wars between the colonies and the Earth, a fighting tournament is held to determine the ruler of the colonies. Called the Gundam Fight, it is held once every four years by the United Colonies Federation. Each country has its own representative Gundam, and the Gundams fight on Earth until only one is left standing. Set in FC 60, this series chronicles the 13th Gundam Fight and stars Neo Japanese Gundam Fighter Domon Kasshu, who is in the fight as much to win as to fulfill a personal quest. The series aired on Cartoon Network in 2002, although some mobile fighter names were changed for the U.S. release. Right Stuf announced plans to release the series on Blu-ray in 2018.

 

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Japanese names
U.S. names
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God Gundam
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Burning Gundam
 
Devil Gundam
 
Dark Gundam
 
Death Army
 
Dark Army
 
Kowloon Gundam
 
Haow Gundam
 
Gundam Heaven's Sword
  Raven Gundam
 
Gundam Spiegel
  Shadow Gundam
 
Scud Gundam
  Desert Gundam
 
Tequila Gundam
  Spike Gundam
 
Lumber Gundam
  Grizzly Gundam
 
John Bull Gundam
  Royal Gundam
 
Pharoah Gundam
  Mummy Gundam
 
Minaret Gundam
  Gundam Scimitar
  Nether Gundam   Hurricane Gundam
 
Matador Gundam
  Toro Gundam
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