On Saturday, Crunchyroll started broadcasting the Mobile Suit Gundam: Char’s Counterattack, Mobile Suit Gundam: ZZ, and Mobile Suit Gundam 00 the Movie: A Wakening of the Trailblazer movies.
According to Crunchyroll, Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ is:
The Neo-Zeon, led by Haman Karn, are opposed by Young Judau and the Double Zeta Gundam! The first Neo-Zeon War is shown in a direct sequel to the Gryps Conflict in the Mobile Suit Gundam series.
1986 saw the anime’s debut.
An adaptation of Yoshiyuki Tomino‘s novel Mobile Suit Gundam: Char’s Counterattack – High Streamer, Mobile Suit Gundam: Char’s Counterattack had its Japanese premiere in 1988.
The first original full-length release for the series in the theaters, the movie takes place in the Universal Century chronology. The first computer-animated sequence in the franchise appeared in the anime.
Mobile Suit Gundam: Char’s Counterattack, by Tomino An anime film based on the Beltorchika’s Children novel, an alternative version of the tale, aired in March 1988. The manga adaption by Uroaki Sabishi ran from 2014 to 2018.
The television anime series Mobile Suit Gundam 00, the first Gundam series to be created and shown in high-definition format, is followed by the motion picture Mobile Suit Gundam 00 the Movie: A Wakening of the Trailblazer. 25 episodes made up the first season, which aired in 2007–2008. There were 25 episodes in the second season, which broadcast in 2008-2009.
Humanity has divided into three main groups over energy resources in the war-torn future of the anime television series.
With the help of four enormous robotic mecha known as Gundams and their Gundam Meister pilots, a group known as the Celestial Being, however, seeks to put an end to war.
About Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ
The third entry in Sunrise‘s long-running Gundam franchise, Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ, was the final TV series in the genre to be shown during Japan’s Shwa era. Directly following Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam, it is directed and written by Yoshiyuki Tomino.
He also assembled a new team that included mechanical designers Makoto Kobayashi, Mika Akitaka and Yutaka Izubuchi as well as character designer Hiroyuki Kitazume, who had previously worked as one of Zeta Gundam’s animation directors.
The anime television network Animax later broadcast the series across Japan and its corresponding networks internationally, including Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, South Asia, and other territories after it first aired on Nagoya Broadcasting Network and allied ANN stations in Japan.
The rights to stream the show globally belonged to the now-defunct website Daisuki. In 2015, Right Stuf Inc. distributed the home video series to North America on behalf of Sunrise.
Details of Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ series
As a Zeta Gundam sequel with a largely all-new cast, Gundam ZZ was originally intended. Its airing immediately followed Zeta Gundam and carries on a significant Zeta subplot with Haman Karn, Mineva Lao Zabi’s regent. It also occurs after Captain Bright Noa and the ship Argama and introduces new characters commanded by Judau Ashta.
In contrast to its predecessor’s sombre drama, this Zeta Gundam sequel occasionally adopted a considerably brighter, frequently hilarious tone. For instance, in the second episode, Judau Ashta, the lead character, tries to assist Yazan Gable by hurling oranges at the Argama.
Contrast this with what happens in the same episode when Yazan murders the technician Saegusa and Judau tries to fly the Zeta Gundam to pursue Yazan but fails miserably in his first battle.
It’s Not Anime, the series’ first opening theme tune, set the tone for the first half of the film. With a shift to a more dismal tone in the second half of the series, the opening theme tune Silent Voice becomes more solemn.
Storyline of the Anime Series
The tale of the Anti Earth Union Group (AEUG) battleship Argama is once again followed in this series as a continuation of Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam after the series’ last episode. Captain Bright Noa enlists a gang of young junk collectors, commanded by the obnoxious but effective Newtype Judau Ashta, to operate the Argama’s mobile suits in order to combat the Axis Zeon, now known as the Neo Zeon.
The organization is known as the Gundam Team and is now equipped with a lineup that includes the massive ZZ Gundam, the returning Zeta Gundam, Gundam Mk-II, and the Hyaku Shiki. As a result, this started a string of Gundam series in which a group of Gundam mobile suits frequently engaged in combat together.
In the Battle of Axis, Side 3 is where the action culminates.
Captain Bright Noa and Axis leader Haman Karn are two of the main Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam characters featured prominently in Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ, along with Hayato Kobayashi, Kamille Bidan, Fa Yuiry, Wong Lee, Yazan Gable, Mineva Lao Zabi, and the kids Shinta and Qum. Sayla Mass, who had appeared in the first series in Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam.
Char’s comeback was part of Yoshiyuki Tomino’s original plan for the show, but neither Tomino nor anybody else knows what it was. Amuro Ray does not appear in the series either, with the exception of the introductions and the episode that recaps/previews the tale.
Where to watch Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ on Crunchyroll?
The anime series is now available for streaming on Crunchyroll. However, the anime is not available for free users. You can watch the sample video clip and decide to choose for a free trial. You can choose from various premium plans such as Fan and Mega-Fan subscriptions. The plans start from as low as $7.99 per month. So if you are interested to watch Mobile Suit Gundam anime then go ahead a choose a plan and start streaming on Crunchyroll now!.
Alternatively you can watch the Englsih dub of the anime for free on YouTube using the below video playlist: