Gundam Girls


Gundam Girls


GN-001 Exia Gundam

Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (機動戦士ガンダム00(ダブルオー) Kidō Senshi Gandamu Daburu Ō?) is the seventh incarnation of Sunrise’s long-running Gundam franchise.

It is directed by Seiji Mizushima and written by Yōsuke Kuroda, and features character designs by Yun Kōga. The twenty-five episode series was officially announced by Sunrise during a 15-second trailer on June 2, 2007. The series aired on the Mainichi Broadcasting System and Tokyo Broadcasting System from October 5, 2007 to March 29, 2008. On July 13, 2008, a trailer announcing a second twenty-five episode series was aired.[4] The second series began on October 5, 2008 and concluded on March 29, 2009. A movie sequel is planned for the year 2010.[5]

Mobile Suit Gundam 00 is the first Gundam series to be animated in widescreen and in high-definition,[6] as well as the first to be set in the non-fictional Anno Domini era

Wing Gundam ver. Ka XXXG-01W

The series aired across Japan on the terrestrial TV Asahi network and the anime satellite television network, Animax. The series ran for forty-nine half-hour episodes, beginning on April 7, 1995 and ending on March 29, 1996. Masashi Ikeda was the overall director of the series. Katsuyuki Sumizawa (Yoroiden Samurai Troopers) wrote the scenario for the series and was one of three official script-writers, along with Akemi Omode and Katsuhiko Chiba.


Crossbone Gundam Girl(XM-X1)

Crossbone Gundam is a 6 volume manga written by Tomino Yoshiyuki and illustrated by Hasegawa Yuichi. It first came out in 1995 and finished in 1997. The story takes place in Gundam’s UC timeline 10 years after the events of the movie Gundam F91.


Mobile Suit Gundam F91

Mobile Suit Gundam F91 is a 1991 Anime film, which was Gundam creator Yoshiyuki Tomino‘s attempt to launch a new Gundam saga, set thirty years after Char’s Counterattack. He re-teamed with character designer Yoshikazu Yasuhiko and mecha designer Kunio Okawara for the occasion. The movie was first released in Japan on March 16, 1991.

rx78Mobile Suit Gundam RX 78

The RX-78 Gundam is the iconic Gundam mecha design, introduced in 1979 in Yoshiyuki Tomino‘s and Sunrise‘s anime series Mobile Suit Gundam. In Mobile Suit Gundam, it is a testbed weapon for the Earth Federation, when it falls into the hands of Amuro Ray, the son of a weapons designer, who goes on to pilot it in the Earth Federation’s war against the Principality of Zeon.

aegisgirlGAT-303 Aegis Gundam

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED (or “Gundam SEED“) is an anime television series from Japan. It is a part of the Gundam franchise that started in 1979, but takes place in an alternate universe called the Cosmic Era. The series has 50 episodes.

GX9901-DX Gundam (Double X)

After War Gundam X ( Mobile New Century Gundam X) is an anime television series from Japan. It is a part of the Gundam franchise that started in 1979, but takes place in an alternate universe called after war Era. The series has 39 episodes, aired in Japan from April 5, 1996 to December 28, 1996 across TV Asahi‘s ANN stations and the anime sattelite T.V. network Animax. It was directed by Sunrise veteran Shinji Takamatsu (SD Gundam, Golden Brave Goldran, School Rumble), and the screenplay was written by Hiroyuki Kawasaki

Neo America GF13-006NA Gundam Maxter

Mobile Fighter G Gundam (機動武闘伝Gガンダム Kidō Butōden Jī Gandamu?, “Mobile Fighting Legend G Gundam”) is a Japanese animated television series directed by Yasuhiro Imagawa (Giant Robo, Getter Robo Armageddon).

G Gundam is the first of three Gundam series created to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the franchise in 1994.[1] The series takes place in an alternate continuity (“Future Century“), where every four years a fighting tournament between the space colonies is held. Each country sends its representative Gundam Fighter to fight on Earth until one is left and the winning nation has earned the right to govern over the colonies.

MSZ-006 Zeta Gundam

Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (機動戦士Zガンダム Kidō Senshi Zēta Gandamu?) (aired 1985–1986) is a television anime, part of the Gundam series and a sequel to the original Mobile Suit Gundam. The show is written and directed by Yoshiyuki Tomino, with character designs by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko, while the series’ mechanical designs is split amongst Kunio Okawara, Mamoru Nagano, and Kazumi Fujita. The series was originally aired by Nagoya Broadcasting Network (and its sister ANN stations), rerun on the anime satellite television network, Animax, across Japan and later its respective networks worldwide, including Southeast Asia, East Asia, and other regions.



6 Responses to “Gundam Girls”

  1. Great Posts but the Gundam Wing Girl is not the Wing Zero, it is the Wing Gundam ver. Ka XXXG-01W

  2. RekkaNoAru Says:

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