Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam Collection 1 DVD

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About Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam Collection 1 DVD

Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam Collection 1 contains episodes 1-25.

The Earth Federation stands victorious, but are they still on the right side? In Zeta Gundam, we see the future world of the Universal Century through a dark mirror. Having defeated the Zeon menace, the Earth Federation has itself become cruel and oppressive.

A new generation of Gundam mobile suits is created not to fight for peace, but to punish the enemies of the state, and yesterday's villains must become today's heroes in order to balance the scales of justice. When a young civilian named Kamille Bidan is caught up in the rebellion, he little suspects the price he will pay in the fight for freedom.

Special Features: Clean Opening 1, Clean Closing 1

Spoken Languages: English, Japanese with English subtitles.


  • Publisher: SUNRISE INC
  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Mecha
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 625
  • Release Date: 3/1/2016
  • Weight: 0.5
  • Region Code: 1

Ratings & Reviews

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Best Release Possible

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+Good 80s animation

+Fitting OST

+Well written world, characters that develop over time

+Awesome, timeless mechanical designs

+Quattro is the best


-No japanese opening or ending due to legal snafu

-Dub is fuzzy and uses different voice cast from 0079 in english

-Static menus


Awesome gundam series if you can get past the quirks and problems that come with being made in the 80s, and this is the best release that anyone, even Sunrise, can pull off. Check it out when you get the chance.

Don't park that Hizack there!

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An overall good series building off what came before for Gundam. Lots of interesting mech and ship designs. The animation is a bit dated and a couple scenes seem to have weird color filters on them; like they turn green for no reason. The characters are good even though their dialog and internal monologues are pretty basic - there's zero nuance to any interaction. They all speak in very obvious metaphors or just say exactly what they're thinking with no subtlety. Compared to something like Stardust Memories, which was only a few years after this, this series is kinda wonky, but still interesting to watch.