Mobile Suit Gundam 08th MS Team Blu-ray
About Mobile Suit Gundam 08th MS Team Blu-ray
Mobile Suit Gundam 08th MS Team contains episodes 1-12 of the Mobile Suit Gundam 08th MS Team OVA Series plus the Mobile Suit Gundam 08th MS Team: Miller's Report movie.
The year is Universal Century 0079. The Federation has begun mass production of prototype Gundams for use by its ground forces. Shiro Amada, commander of the 08th MS Team, must lead his soldiers through fierce fighting on the ground. However, the Zeons are developing a secret project which could tip the balance of power! Can Shiro and his ragtag team of castoffs, rejects, and bad attitudes save the Federation?
Special Features: Animation short “Battle in Three Dimensions,” Clean Opening, Clean Ending, Special Animation Clip, and Promos
- Publisher: SUNRISE INC
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Science Fiction
- Themes: Mecha
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 355
- Release Date: 5/2/2017
- Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Very happy to see this!!
by Richard in Las Vegas
ALWAYS glad to see Gundam get some love on blu ray. Have enjoyed the story since it came out and in most of its incarnations. (G Gundamaged not so much but each to his own). Glad to have this in the collection and thank you RS!!!!!
One of the best.
by Casey -
Awesome gundam show. . I really like this one the must.
A Gundam series anyone can enjoy
Never a big fan of the Gundam franchise, but really loved this series. Will definitely be adding the Blu-ray to my collection.
by Colin -
One of the best in the Gundam series.
by A. Mercer -
One of the best Gundam series ever made, it definitely has a place in everyone's top 3. This is essentially Gundam with a few pages taken from "Romeo & Juliet" and is noted for its high level of "realism" as applied to the series. At only 12 episodes, this is what you want to watch for a 0079 experience without having to sit through the goofiness and horrible art of the original. It also contains what many regard as the best fight scene of the entire UC. And the dub is top notch to boot.
Should also note, Episode 3 contains some sort of animation glitch/error at roughly 18:45. If you check out the old US DVD release, Karen's mouth moves for her line and then her eyes move towards the left side of the screen. The blu-ray has this as a jumpcut; Karen speaks but her mouth doesn't move, and then her eyes are suddenly looking to her right. This isn't RightStuf's fault however, it's in the Japanese Blu-Ray as well but not in the old US DVD release.
A nice expanded story in the Gundam UC universe
by Anonymous -
This was one of my favorite series of the Gundam franchise. I personally watched the first viewing on Adult Swim when it first aired back in the early 2000's. With both inciting action and a sub plot reminiscent of Romeo and Juliet (without the Shakespeare dialogue and overall ending), this would be a good series to pick up AFTER you watch the original Mobile Suit Gundam
08th MS Team
by Gerardo -
When it comes to Gundam, you expect newtypes, space battles, and some nicely built mechs. 08th MS Team however focuses on Ace Pilots, Guerrilla Warfare, and Replacing missing parts with uneven ones on mobile suits. This OVA portrays as accurate as war can be and how it affects from the soldiers perspective.
My favourite side story for UC0079 and now in Blu Ray
by Craig -
The Blu Ray overhaul looks absolutely amazing, breaths new life into one of the greatest Gundam side stories ever made! A Must have for Gundam fans!
A Must Have For Anime Fans
by Cesar M. -
Within 12 episodes, this OVA greatly shows characters growth through their situation touching upon love, attempting to reach one’s dream, and the meaning behind fighting in a war. All done without mismanaging its tone finding a fine line between war drama, and the sillier comedic moments. This is a side story making it an easy gateway point for anyone interested. Of course, alongside the usual story it balances nicely with nice mecha battles one would expect.
Transfers for this twelve episode OVA series is presented in its original aspect ratio. The color’s here retain the natural grain of the source material. The encoding brings it to life well with solid color fields that are problem free and no visible cross coloration or line noise of note throughout. Audio is nicely balanced between vocal performances from the Japanese, and the English dub cast with the sound effects.
The special features, and the recap film are solely lacking in being anything enticing.