After War Gundam X Collection 2 DVD
About After War Gundam X Collection 2 DVD
After War Gundam X Collection 2 contains episodes 20-39.
In After War Gundam X Collection 2, the remnants of the old government have reorganized to form the vicious New United Nations Earth. The new government seeks complete control of the planet, in order to reignite the war against the Space Revolutionary Army. One side sees Newtypes as the future of humanity, while the other sees them as weapons threatening its very existence – and with the Frost Brothers manipulating the situation, the fighting is quickly spiraling out of control.
Hoping to stop the war before it starts, Garrod, Tiffa, and the crew of the Freeden continue their search for Newtypes. If they bring enough Newtypes together, will they find a path to peace?
Special Features: Clean Openings 3-5, Clean Closing 3.
Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.
- Publisher: SUNRISE INC
- Media: DVD
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Science Fiction
- Themes: Mecha
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 500
- Release Date: 7/5/2016
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: 1
Ratings & Reviews
A series that got the short stick, but still worth it.
by CAMERON -
After War Gundam X's conclusion might seem to be a bit rushed, however, It is a strong show, despite a viewer might seem this movie to be a bit... rushed to say the least by the low ratings it received during its' initial run.
The hunt to unify the earth by the New United Nations Earth, or just the UNE, have decided to basically pick up where they left off post-colony disaster that ended the war they waged 15 years ago. The crew of the Freeden must beat the Earth forces to stop them from restarting their war with the colonies again. The conclusion may reveal why Newtypes still exist, even though they may have been manufactured by Earth forces before the colony disaster.
Not the best, not the worst
by Christopher -
This wouldn't be the first Gundam series I would recommend, but it's still a fairly worth entry in the franchise. There are some elements of the story that get reused too many times but it largely kept my interest. The animation still holds up for the most part but it's a shame there's no HD remaster for a blu-ray release. If you're a Gundam completest, you'll buy this eventually, but there's plenty to check out first.