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Still not enough Gundam? Here’s more to add to your Gundam watch list!

time Jun 12 , 2020 by Curtis L. PC_blog 0

While reading our previous article, you might be wondering “Where’s Gundam Wing? Where’s Gundam SEED or SEED Destiny on the timeline?” Even though all of it is Gundam, Gundam Wing and Gundam SEED are not from Universal Century. In this article, we will explain the universe of Gundam outside of the Universal Century timeline. Without further ado, here’s the brief explanation of Gundam’s Universe outside of the Universal Century to add to your Gundam watch list.

Mobile Fighter G Gundam

Future Century (1994)

If you like Super Robots, you should get this into your Gundam watch list. Instead of giant wars and fighting, rulers are decided by a Gundam tournament that occurs every 4 years.
  • G Gundam - 49 Episodes

Mobile Suit Gundam Wing

After Colony Timeline (1995)

If you’re from the US, this is probably where you start your Gundam Journey. 5 Gundams piloted by young boys launched into the earth to weaken Earth’s oppressive Government. Definitely a good addition to your Gundam watch list for the nostalgia!

  • Gundam Wing - 50 Episodes
  • Endless Waltz - Movie

After War Gundam X

After War Timeline (1996)

Welcome to your post-apocalyptic Gundam universe. Basically the series takes place after a giant colony is dropped on Earth, wiping out almost the entire population. If you like Post-Apocalypse settings, This is a great addition to your Gundam watch list.

  • Gundam X - 39 Episodes

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny

Cosmic Era Timeline (2002)

This timeline tells a conflict of Natural, human on Earth and Coordinator, a genetically enhanced human who lived on Orbital Colonies. Full of great mechas, the mecha design alone is worth adding to your Gundam watch list.

  • Gundam SEED - 50 Episodes
  • Gundam SEED Destiny - 50 Episodes
  • Gundam SEED Stargazer - OVA; 1 Episode

Mobile Suit Gundam 00

Anno Domini Timeline (2007)

If you previously watched Gundam Wing, this series might be worth adding to your Gundam watch list. The story tells about a mysterious group who called themselves Celestial Being appears and declares that they want to eradicate war by intervening in any conflict with 4 powerful Mobile Suit called, you guessed it, Gundams.

  • Gundam 00 - 50 Episodes
  • Gundam 00 A Wakening of the Trailblazer - 1 Movie

Mobile Suit Gundam AGE

Advanced Generation (2011)

Mankind had migrated to space colonies several centuries ago, with wars on Earth has long ended. Suddenly, during the Advanced Generation (AG) Year 101 an Unknown Enemy (UE) appears and starts to attack Earth and colonies starting a full-scale war.

  • Gundam AGE - 49 episodes

Our Century (2013)

 

Gundam Build Fighters TRY

Build Fighters takes place in a world much like the modern era, a few decades into the future. The founding of Plavsky Particles and related technologies such as the Gunpla Battle system. The foundation of the anime is building Gunpla makes the story so much fun and relatable.

  • Gundam Build Fighters 25 episode
  • GBF Try 25 episode

 

Gundam Build Divers

Gunpla Battle Nexus Online (GBN) is a new network game that lets people enjoy a variety of missions using Gunpla in a virtual cyberspace dimension, if you like the isekai genre, this might be the right anime to add to your Gundam watch list.

  • Gundam Build Divers 25 episode
  • Gundam Build Divers Re: Rise

Mobile Suit Gundam Iron-Blooded Orphans

Post Disaster Era (2015)

If you hate the sound of laser beams spewing around like on other Gundam series, this might be the right series to add to your Gundam watch list and enjoy the sound of metal clashing.

  • Gundam Iron-Blooded Orphans - 50 episodes


That’s it! Now that we have populated your Gundam watch list, it’s time to start watching! If by any chance you started playing Gundam games, whether it’s on PlayStation, iOS, or Nintendo Switch, you can top up at JapanCodeSupply.com!

 

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