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Kidou Senshi Gundam: C.D.A. - Wakaki Suisei no Shouzou

Kidou Senshi Gundam: C.D.A. - Wakaki Suisei no Shouzou

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Mobile Suit Gundam: C.D.A - Portrait of Young Comet, Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Deleted Affair - Portrait of Young Comet
Japanese: 機動戦士ガンダム C.D.A. 若き彗星の肖像

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 14
Chapters: 69
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 26, 2001 to Aug 26, 2009
Authors: Kitazume, Hiroyuki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Gundam Ace

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Synopsis

A direct sequel to Mobile Suit Gundam, and a prequel to Gundam 0083 and Zeta/ZZ Gundam, CDA tells the story of Colonel Char Aznable directly after the One Year War. He heads toward Axis after the battle of A Baoa Qu with the remaining Zeon forces, where he meets a 14-year-old Haman Karn, who begins to fall in love with Char. Char must also deal with Colonel Enzo, who plans to restart the war with the EFSF.

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Aznable, Char
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Karn, Haman
Main
Bay, Apolly
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Caesar
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Torres
Supporting
Coliny, Gene
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Wyatt, Green
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Lida, Pampa
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Kinsey, Gady
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Wooder, Ben
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Jul 2, 2019
MrLegitimacy (All reviews)
Some anon once said, "CDA is just shameless charwanking," and I think there's definitely some truth in that statement. Char's Deleted Affair, or CDA, was one of the first titles published in the monthly Gundam ACE magazine, and it stayed in publication for the better part of a decade alongside Gundam: The Origin. In addition to introducing us to Haman Karn and showing the massive political transitions taking place, CDA fills in the mysterious transition Char Aznable undergoes between the original Mobile Suit Gundam and its sequel Zeta Gundam, and paints him in many glorious combat situations while being groomed as a dignified political leader. read more

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