Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt Bandit Flower Blu-ray

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About Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt Bandit Flower Blu-ray

In Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt - Bandit Flower: Earth, eight months after the end of the One Year War. Captain Monica launches a secret mission, Operation Thunderbolt, and selects Io to pilot the Atlas Gundam. She leads the assault landing ship Spartan into a part of the ocean effectively controlled by the South Seas Alliance. Their objective is to secure or destroy the data of the Psycho Zaku, which the Alliance now possesses.

Daryl, who took the upper hand in his battle with Io, has descended to Earth as part of the remnant forces of the Principality of Zeon. He has also been given the mission of obtaining information on the Psycho Zaku.

Fighting alongside his new comrades, Io encounters Commander Peer, the South Seas Alliance's border garrison commander. In the sea, on the ice field, and among the thick jungle, the mobile suits of Zeon, the Federation, and the South Seas Alliance battle each other.

The war is not over yet.

Special Features: Trailers, Promos, and a TV Commercial


  • Publisher: SUNRISE INC
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Adventure, Battles, Mecha, Space
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 80
  • Release Date: 2/5/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

Ratings & Reviews

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Two perceptions of the same enemy

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While the first part of the series (December Sky) introduces Io Flemming and Daryl Lorenz, Bandit Flower shows a common enemy between the two, with each pilot wanting something specific from this common enemy.

While the soundtrack of Jazz is unique to the Gundam franchise, it blends very well, especially on the parts for Fleming to be in action.

Highly recommended for a reasonable price, and the dubbing is not too bad.

Visually rich, but incomplete


Thunderbolt Season 2/Bandit Flower has a problem that Season 1/December Sky did not; an anticlimax. The animation is as on-point as ever, even more UC machines get neat redesigns, and the character writing is decent enough that you'll be rooting for Io and Daryl, as well as the newcomers.

The sudden ending leaves you wanting more, but the manga needs to get to a point where enough content exists to justify a third season.