The one, mildly interesting aspect of the announcement is the possibility that it may lead to more Gundam in the future. The famed franchise has been lying fallow since it’s previous steward in North America, Bandai Entertainment, went under.
The ace pilot effectively in control of the Neo Zeon remnant group known as Sleeves, Full Frontal, reveals his long-term plan to fight the Earth Federation, though he’s still slippery on whether or not he’s actually Char Aznable. Continue reading →
The Japanese Blu Ray release of the latest Gundam TV series, Gundam AGE, is set to include English subtitles. The first volume is being released in limited and regular editions on February 12th.
Likewise, the specs for the upcoming Japanese Blu Ray release of a previous Gundam series, Gundam Seed, have been revised to include English subtitles as well.
This is significant because the English versions of all Gundam titles were previously handled by Bandai Entertainment (the American arm of the company that owns Gundam in Japan), which ceased releasing new titles as of this month.
Banagher Links has been a prisoner / hostage of both the Federation and the Neo Zeon. He has made friends on both sides, and wants nothing more than for the fighting to end. But the true nature of humanity will not allow that to happen, and now he is faced with choosing a side, knowing how empty and meaningless such a choice is.
Mobile Suit Gundam UC Unicorn Volume Two Bandai Visual At the end of episode one, Banhager Links was given the Gundam Unicorm by his father. The station he was on, Industrial 7, was caught in the … Continue reading →