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Gundam SEED DESTINY

 

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY

 

In 2002, Bandai attracted a new generation of Gundam fans with the TV series Gundam SEED. Two years later, Bandai premiered the sequel series Gundam SEED DESTINY, which ran from 2004-2005. The creation of DESTINY marked the first time that an alternate universe series received a TV sequel. For this series, the staff of the first SEED series were reunited, including director Mitsuo Fukuda and head writer Chiaki Morosawa. In Cosmic Era (C.E.) 73, two years have passed since the end of the Earth-ZAFT War. Although a peace treaty was signed, the development of new mobile suits continued. The story focuses on 16-year-old Shinn Asuka, a Coordinator who joined ZAFT after his family was killed during the invasion of Orb in C.E. 71. The fragile peace is broken when Earth Alliance operatives steal three of ZAFT's newest model Gundams. Shinn and the crew of the battleship Minerva are sent into action to retrieve the stolen Gundams. However, the Gundamjack is soon overshadowed by a new tragedy that plunges the world into another war between Natural and Coordinator. Following the end of the series' broadcast in late 2005, a special expanded version of the finale named FINAL PLUS aired in Japan. In 2006, Bandai began releasing compilation Special Editions in the same style of Gundam SEED. Unlike its predecessor, DESTINY didn't have a U.S. TV broadcast, but it has been released on DVD. In 2012, Bandai began airing the HD remaster version of DESTINY with new and cleaned up animation, similar to its predecessor.

 

Gundam SEED DESTINY TV
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