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Mobile Fighter G Gundam

Mobile Fighter G Gundam

Alternative Titles

English: Mobile Fighter G Gundam
Synonyms: Mobile Fighter G-Gundam, Kidou Butouden G Gundam
Japanese: 機動武闘伝Gガンダム

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 49
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 1, 1994 to Mar 31, 1995
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 7.631 (scored by 16821 users)
Ranked: #11642
Popularity: #1140
Members: 28,268
Favorites: 485
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action adventure mecha shounen

Synopsis

In the Year FC 60, much of mankind inhabits space colonies which orbit the Earth. Dominance over the colonies is decided once every four years by a large tournament in which each nation sends a single representative to fight the others with a giant robot called a Gundam. Domon Kashuu is selected to represent Neo-Japan in one of these tournaments, but he fights less to ensure his nation's victory than to find his brother, who has been blamed for the deaths of Domon's parents and the disappearance of a very dangerous weapon, the Dark Gundam or Devil Gundam.

(Source: ANN)

Related Anime

Adaptation: Mobile Fighter G Gundam
Parent story: Mobile Suit Gundam

Characters & Voice Actors

Kasshu, Domon
Kasshu, Domon
Main
Seki, Tomokazu
Japanese
Seki, Tomokazu
Gatha, Mark
English
Gatha, Mark
...
Mikamura, Rain
Mikamura, Rain
Main
Amano, Yuri
Japanese
Amano, Yuri
Holder, Jennifer
English
Holder, Jennifer
...
Master Asia
Master Asia
Supporting
Akimoto, Yousuke
Japanese
Akimoto, Yousuke
Pettitt, Dave
English
Pettitt, Dave
...
Karato
Karato
Supporting
Aomori, Shin
Japanese
Aomori, Shin

Staff

Yatate, Hajime
Producer
Minami, Masahiko
Producer
Ueda, Masuo
Producer
Imagawa, Yasuhiro
Director



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Oct 11, 2008
ParaParaJMo
The story itself is simple and fun, and minimally engaging. I like how it has unpredictable elements in it and you don’t really expect certain things to happen. The premises within the Future Century universe where games, politics, and wars is handeled through the Gundam Fight is quite an interesting concept in my personal opinion, because I frankly think that’s how things should be. We wouldn’t have war, and it’d be pretty entertaining. But sadly, the people on earth will be collateral damage as a result.

The presentation of the culturally diverse cast is of course where the Ring ni Kakero influences come into play. Certain read more
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Apr 30, 2008
godlikeng
G Gundam, one of my favorite Gundam Alternate Universe series. Unfortunately, this series does not get the love it deserves as compared to the newer ones. Although it is named G Gundam, it is in no way a Gundam at all. (Excluding the designs and premise >_>)

Gundams get into one-on-one brawls in the tournament called the Gundam Fight and beat their respective opponents one by one until they win the tournament. The fights are very super-robot-esque, with lots of hot-blooded shouting and super moves, including finishers such as SHINING FINGER! They even come with their own cheesy incantations to be recited before execution.

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Feb 20, 2007
OtakuFreak
Well, it's been a while since I wrote another review, and yes it's a Gundam review. I'm the person who has pretty much watched them all (not all but hey, I know all the ones that came out in the USofA). Okay what you have here in front of you was the first of its kind in Gundam History. While after the release of Mobile Suit Gundam Char's Counter attack, a few people in BANDAI came up with a new concept, fuse Martial Arts with Gundam, and hence for became Mobile Fighter G Gundam. No one thought that this would work but it did. Though read more
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Jul 16, 2013
Phaetons_Folly
G Gundam is by far the most experimental of the main Gundam shows to have been created. Many fans from the West first encountered G Gundam when they were kids watching Toonami, so this show has a strong nostalgia factor for many who have seen it. However after recently re-watching this show, I can confirm that it still contains the same charm and energy I remembered as a kid and it is still one of the most enjoyable anime I have ever watched. It contains some amazing fights, and also has some amazing intentional and unintentional humor.

G Gundam is set many years read more
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Recommendations

A Super Robot piloted by a hot-blooded male who screams his attacks. Over-the-top action paired with serious drama. Victories, tragedies, love, betrayal, personal struggles, a fight to save humanity. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll cheer. Highly recommended.
Both shows have the same director and have awesome narrators, with memorable lines, such as, "GUNDAM FIGHT! READY, GO!" and "SONOTORI! KARE NO NAMAE WA BUREIDO!".
G Gundam is pretty much non-stop action. It doesn't quite have the comedy of DBZ, but if you're looking for a series that's all about the fights, this is a good one to watch.
Both these Gundam series are about hot-blooded tournament fighting, pretty much. I couldn't tell you how many times I expected Sei and Reiji to execute a Shining Finger instead of a Build Knuckle, haha. If you enjoyed the duelling and the special moves in Build Fighters, then look forward to even more kungfu-esque action in G Gundam.

Both anime take a few episodes to get off the ground, but when they do, they're pretty darned good. Remember to watch these subbed though - the English dub of G Gundam completely fails to capture the spirit of the original and is rather cringe-worthy.
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Both these series are somewhat of a comedy for the mecha genre. The way the mecha are controlled is also very similar.
Super robots, hotblooded pilots, attack name yelling, all the things that make you want to yell those attack names along with them.

Opening Theme

#1: "Flying In The Sky" by Yoshifumi Ushima (eps 1-25)
#2: "Trust You Forever" by Yoshifumi Ushima (eps 26-49)

Ending Theme

#1: "Umi Yori Mo Fukaku (Deeper Than The Ocean)" by Etsuko Sai (eps 1-25)
#2: "Kimi No Naka No Eien (The Eternity in You)" by Inoue Takehide (eps 26-49)

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