Mobile Suit Gundam The Origin Manga Volume 12 (Hardcover)

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About Mobile Suit Gundam The Origin Manga Volume 12 (Hardcover)

Mobile Suit Gundam: The ORIGIN 12 features story and art by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko.

In a civil war, half of humanity has been wiped out, and Zeon’s army of Zaku mobile suits have been the decisive weapon. With the Federation’s first Gundam out of action, civilian Amuro Ray miraculously stumbles on a second unit. Now, in control of a machine with unparalleled destructive power, will Amuro’s actions save the colony’s survivors or destroy them?

Details

  • Publisher: VERTICAL
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Action, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Mecha
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 12/15/2015
  • Page Count: 400
  • Dimensional Weight: 1.3
  • Written Language: English

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Farewell, gundam the origin.

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The fact that this is the last installment of Gundam the origin manga is both sad and satisfactory but more the latter than anything else. This edition of the series is an incredible achieve in terms of manga production that is a shame we won’t more of this kind in the near future. The 12th volume of gundam the origin contains the conclusion of the series plus some extras like side stories, illustrations and two conversation Uchida (Which is what it makes the edition worthy besides the hardcover and paper quality) between YAS And Makoto Shinkai and philosopher Tatsuru. The only thing left to say is thank you to YAS to create this behemoth of manga and vertical to localized this neat version of gundam the origin.

Poignant end to a classic series

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This volume brings the retelling of Gundam 0079 to a close, with the conflict between Amuro and Char to a temporary close. We see how there are no winners in a war like this, and the characters we have grown to love will be forced to fight their hardest just to survive this last encounter at A Baoa Qu. The mecha action is surprisingly light in this volume, with the iconic Last Shooting having taken place at the end of the last volume, but there is still a good amount of twisted metal on display while the majority of characters fight on foot. A truly great ending to a truly great story.