Mobile Suit Gundam Collection 2 DVD
About Mobile Suit Gundam Collection 2 DVD
Mobile Suit Gundam Collection 2 contains Episodes 22-42.
The epic conclusion to Mobile Suit Gundam, the series that launched one of the biggest anime franchises in history!
The White Base is the target of constant attacks by Zeon, and Amuro and the others have officially become soldiers of the Earth Federation Forces. They return to space to fight in the final campaign, and here Amuro meets the mysterious and beautiful Lalah Sune.
As the war builds to its conclusion, the final battle pits Federation against Zeon, brother against sister, and Newtype against Newtype. The Federation is weakened! Zeon is in turmoil! Will the Zeon fortress of A Baoa Qu stand or fall? It all ends here!
Special Features: 30th Anniversary Staff Interview.
Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.
- Publisher: SUNRISE INC
- Media: DVD
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Science Fiction
- Themes: Mecha, Space
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 525
- Release Date: 12/1/2015
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: 1
Ratings & Reviews
by GENE -
It is nice that they broke up the original 3 movies into episode format. A great way to get into the Gundam Series.
by Anthony -
While the show may not have aged gracefully it is still a compelling story and the art and music has aged a lot better then other shows from the mid 60's to late 70's. my only complaint and the whole reason I could not give this masterpiece of anime a 5 star rating is that this is just a reissue of the old Bandai dvds from the early 00's with no new special features, charter or mech bios or even adding in the cut episode as bonus. also despite it's age the decision was made to split it up between two different collections, its bad enough modern Gundams are split between two "seasons" and then there dvds are sold as complete seasons the fact that older seasons still get this split the show into two half's is infuriating. All in all I love this show and this franchise but it felt like they could have done more to do it justice when bring it back to dvd after over a decade of being out of print.
All good things must come to an end.
by Chen -
Too bad the show was cut down to 43 eps, you can tell how rushed it was and some plotlines were left hanging. As I mentioned in my previous review, this little "failure" must have struck something primal where we (Western audiences included) see something in us among the characters and the environment of the series.
War is ultimately a waste of lives. A necessary evil? Seems like UC double downs on that premise. Also, Char is indeed a real screwed up anti-hero, Amuro the naive idealist and the joke is all on us for glorifying war without first experiencing its horrors.