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Zeon ace pilot, Commander Char Aznable, thought he could foil the Federation's plan to build a mobile suit by attacking their research base on colony Side 7. He was wrong. With a prototype already active, the besieged Federation forces strike back using their new weapon, the mobile suit Gundam, with devastating consequences. Amidst the fighting, young electronics wizard Amuro Ray is determined not to let his friends and family die in the crossfire. But what can one boy do to repel a squad of mobile suit-clad invaders? (Source: VIZ Media)

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Gundam Ace

Jun 25, 2001
6,613 8.62
Daughter of a brilliant professor, Asuna is a below-average student at Ecole du Ciel, where teachers and other students constantly belittle her. However, with the world spiraling toward war, Asuna's headed for a crash course in danger and love, as everyone prepares for combat... (Source: Tokyopop)

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Gundam Ace

Dec ??, 2001
1,226 7.53
Ganota Utsuki is perfect. Beautiful, well educated and the best employe in her company but she has a deep dark secret. She's obsessed with Gundam and feels she must hide it from everyone. Especially her new male acquaintance who has an intense hatred for all things gundam.

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Gundam Ace

Nov 26, 2007
1,197 7.02
The manga consists of a series of individual stories, centered on the exploits of the Crossbone Vanguard during and three years after the end of the original series, with one exception; the first story is set during the One Year War and deals with Crossbone pilot Umon Samon's youth. The series also features the "return" of Grey Stork, the aged future version of Judau Ashta, who previously appeared in Hasegawa's V Gundam Sidestory manga. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Gundam Ace

Sep 26, 2003
1,140 7.17
As Celestial Being begins their anti-war activities, Fereshte begins to move in with the group being led by Chall Acustica, an ex-veteran of Celestial Being who had ended her service as a Gundam Meister after getting scarred in an unknown accident. Under her wing is Fon Spaak, an 18-year old career criminal forced into Fereshte's service by using the GNY-004 Gundam Plutone as part of his "services" as a Meister pilot. (Source: MU)

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Gundam Ace

Oct 26, 2007
1,037 7.46
Whereas the main story of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED focuses on the struggles between the Earth Alliance, ZAFT, and Orb Union, the Astray series is focused on the three MBF-P0x mobile suit prototypes (however mainly on Lowe Guele) and their respective pilots and organizations, who mainly exist on the outskirts of the main SEED storyline. The MBF-P02 Astray Red Frame is piloted by Lowe Guele of the Junk Guild, and the MBF-P03 Astray Blue Frame is piloted by Gai Murakumo of the mercenary group Serpent Tail. The third Astray, MBF-P01 Astray Gold Frame, is piloted by the primary antagonist of the Astray story, Orb nobleman Rondo Ghina Sahaku, and later by his twin sister Rondo Mina Sahaku.

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Gundam Ace

Sep ??, 2002
1,016 7.42
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. (Source: ANN)

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Gundam Ace

Apr 26, 2001
1,006 7.48
The manga is a parody of the original Mobile Suit Gundam and features most of its characters in 4-koma strips. In addition, there are several "sub-stories" featured, including Captain Zaku-san, which features anthropomorphic versions of the mobile suits from Mobile Suit Gundam, and Gundam Sousei, which dramatizes the story of the creation of the Gundam franchise and features Yoshiyuki Tomino as well as other staff and cast members. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Gundam Ace

Aug ??, 2005
979 7.90
Taking place shortly after Skull Heart, the series has Tobia and friends meeting Europa, the second wife of original Crossbone villain Crux Dogate, who warns of a revitalized Jupiter Empire invasion. Of particular note is the presence of the F-99 "Recordbreaker", a mobile suit based on the Crossbone Gundams, which is chronologically the first mobile suit to use the "Wings of Light" made famous by the V2 Gundam. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Gundam Ace

Jul 26, 2006
943 7.65
After having finished a job at Research Colony Mendel, a mysterious mobile suit approaches the colony--likely with hostile intent. When Lowe Gear intercepts in the Red Frame, the pilot opens fire... and thus begins another exciting adventure set in the popular Gundam Seed universe! Mobile Suit Gundam SEED X Astray continues where Gundam Seed Astray R left off! (Source: Tokyopop)

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Gundam Ace

Sep 26, 2003
707 7.24
Universal Century, 0001. The Prime Minister of the Earth Federation delivers a speech on the space station Laplace, only to be killed when the space station is destroyed. It is now the year 0096, three years after the "Axis Shock" incident caused by Char Azanble. Banager Links, after meeting a mysterious girl named Audry, is caught in the crossfire when war breaks out between Zeon Remnants and the Earth Federation. Trying to find a way to prevent the colony's complete destruction, he stumbles upon a mysterious all white Mobile Suit, setting off a chain of events that'll change the course of history.

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Gundam Ace

Dec 26, 2006
666 8.07
The One Year War between the Earth Federation and the Principality of Zeon has begun—and the newest Mobile Suits are tested for battle! Captain Matt Healy leads his team into dangerous territory as the leader of a Special Forces Experimental Unit. Ken Bederstadt is a Foreign Legion Lieutenant working in alliance with Zeon. These two heroes are trying to keep everyone alive... for tomorrow! (Source: Tokyopop)

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Gundam Ace

May 25, 2002
607 7.14
Centuries in the future, in the year After Colony 195, Earth is surrounded by orbiting space colonies. The colonists are cruelly oppressed by the Earth Alliance, which uses huge humanoid fighting machines called "mobile suits" to control the populace. Behind this tyranny is the secret society called "Oz," which has infiltrated the Alliance military and steered it towards its repressive course. Now, the space colonies are ready to strike back. Five young pilots, equipped with advanced mobile suits called "Gundams," are sent to Earth to wage guerilla war against Oz and its Alliance puppets. The war to decide humanity's destiny begins... (Source: MU)

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Gundam Ace

Sep 25, 2010
522 7.71
300 years after the Calamity War's end. The powers which ruled the Earth Sphere have been overthrown, giving way to new rulers of a new world, exhausted of battle. Meanwhile, far away on Mars, the sparks which threaten to ignite a new war have been struck... Our protagonist Mikazuki Augus, a member of the private security firm Chryse Guard Security (CGS), takes on a mission as bodyguard of Kudelia Aina Bernstein, a young girl who agitates for Chryse's independence from Earth. However, when the elite Gjallarhorn unit, charged with suppressing revolutionaries, raids CGS, its higher-ups deliberately use Mikazuki and the other boys as a decoy to cover their own retreat. Orga Itsuka, leader of the boys' squad, takes this abandonment by the adults as motivation to launch a full-fledged coup d'état. With orders from Orga to hold back Gjallarhorn, Mikazuki sorties in Calamity War-era scrap that CGS had been using as a generator—the Gundam Barbatos... (Source: Gundam.info)

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Gundam Ace

Oct 26, 2015
511 8.03
Taking place after the end of the war over Newtypes and D.O.M.E. in After War Gundam X, Under The Moonlight tells a new story of a boy, Rick Aller who finds a still-useable Gundam X, and his adventures while tracking down an AWOL friend, Kai, possessing the Gundam Belphagor.

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Gundam Ace

Oct 26, 2004
494 7.08
It is October, Cosmic Era 71. The Second Battle of Yakin Due has brought about the end of the war between Earth and PLANT. Jess Rabble, a mobile suit pilot, journalist and cameraman, wishes to photograph the truth of the world from a mobile suit's perspective. During an encounter with the Junk Guild, he meets Lowe Gear, who offers him the newly completed Astray Out Frame in order to fulfill his goal. Now, with Lowe's talking computer '8' at his side, Jess ventures off to all corners of the Earth to film the new battles the world faces. (Source: Anime News Network)

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Gundam Ace

Sep 26, 2004
461 7.32
Kidou Senshi Cross Bone Gundam: Ghost is set in the year UC 0153—two decades after the Cross Bone Gundam series and in the story timeframe of the Kidou Senshi V Gundam anime. The first Cross Bone Gundam series followed the conflict between the burgeoning Jupiter Empire and a small resistance force in UC 0133. Kidou Senshi Cross Bone Gundam Skull Heart and Koutetsu no Nananin show the aftermath of the conflict three years later. (Source: ANN)

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Gundam Ace

Nov 26, 2011
455 7.60
In December of UC0073 Investigator Leopold Fieseler of the Zeon National Public Safety Division is investigating a series of terrorist bombings that have been occuring on Side 3 when without warning he is contacted by an old childhood friend, Elise Ann Finnegan, who is now working with the Prefectural Office. When they meet, she hands him a disk containing a list of Zeon Officials marked for assassination; Officials who have been dying during the very bombings he is now investigating. At first he thinks that its data that has been leaked to the press, but as he scrolls down he discovers something further. This list does not stop with those who are already dead, and at the bottom of the list is the name "Commander Gihren Zabi" - the Leader of the Principality of Zeon. (Source: Ephidel)

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Gundam Ace

Aug 26, 2007
450 7.83
Set 3 years after the events of Char's Counterattack, a young man is caught in a deadly conflict between the Earth Federation and Terrorist Organization "The Sleeved" as they battle for an object that is said to have changed the course of Human history.

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Gundam Ace

Jan 26, 2010
409 7.57
After the end of the One Year War, a man named Led Wayline was recruited to serve in the Federation Survey Service. One thing is though, Led has no idea who he was. But as the time passes by, he gets some dreams of his ties with a Zeon pilot named Johnny Ridden. (Source: MU)

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Gundam Ace

Apr 26, 2010
372 7.59
Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing: Frozen Teardrop is a novel that takes place approximately 22 years after the events of the Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing TV series and Endless Waltz OVA and movie in the new "Mars Century" (M.C.) era.

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Gundam Ace

Jun 26, 2010
371 7.45
10 years ago, Tatsuya Yuuki befriended a boy who taught him all about Gunpla and battling. This is the story about the GBF world back then, showing Tatsuya's backstory and progression as an amazing builder and fighter! (Source: Batoto)

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Gundam Ace

Oct 26, 2013
365 7.55
Years before the One Year War, Zionic Co. was developing a new type of piloted robots (later became Mobile Suits) using thermonuclear reactor shielded with Minovsky particles as the power source. For safety and secrecy reasons, the project was outsourced to Hosioka, a small steelworks which looked ridiculously lousy at the first sight. (Source: ANN)

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Gundam Ace

Dec 26, 2001
361 6.90
A Gundam 00 side story. Planned to replace 00F in Gundam Ace. The story focuses on Innovades and Innovators.

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Gundam Ace

Aug ??, 2009
360 7.48
In U.C. 0093, Char Aznable returns as leader of Neo Zeon, and is determined to drop the asteroid base Axis on Earth. Opposing him is the task-force Londo Bell, led by Amuro Ray and his Gundam. The final battle will take place over the Earth Sphere. (Source: Gundam Wiki)

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Gundam Ace

Jun 26, 2014
350 7.55
The Calamity War that engulfed all of Earth, and the Gundams deployed then which were said to have brought it to an end. 300 years later, some have been hidden, some abandoned... Argie Mirage, a boy who carries the past of his family's death at the hands of a Gundam, meets Volco Warren, a boy who wishes to rebuild the Gundam his family left behind. To destroy a Gundam. To rebuild a Gundam. In the midst of the two boys' intersecting fates, the Astaroth will awaken from its 300 year slumber (Source: MU)

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Gundam Ace

Apr 26, 2016
346 7.35
Follows the adventures of the group sent from the martian colony to the Earth for an unknown purpose.

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Gundam Ace

Jun 26, 2006
338 7.28
Mobile Suit Gundam 00: Aoi Kioku deals with Gundam Meister pilots' memories The August issue (on sale on June 26) of Kadokawa Shoten's Monthly Gundam Ace magazine has launched Mobile Suit Gundam 00: Aoi Kioku (Blue Memories), Tarō Shiguma's new manga series based on the Gundam 00 anime television series. The magazine summarizes how the manga will deal with the lives of the Gundam Meister pilots by saying, "The present and the past…fiction and memories…the true selves of the boys will be revealed." The first installment, "Memory: 1 Setsuna," covers the memories of the main protagonist Setsuna's early childhood. (Source: ANN)

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Gundam Ace

Aug 26, 2008
314 7.62
Retelling of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny's story from Athrun Zala's point of view. (Source: MU)

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Gundam Ace

Dec 26, 2004
307 7.33
Spin-off to Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny The Edge, focusing on the other characters from the series. This manga includes: Neverending Nightmare (Shinn, Lunamaria, Rey) The Lion's Daughter (Cagalli) Towards the Certain Future (Rey, Shinn, Lunamaria) End of the Dream (Meer) The Last Selection (Shinn, Rey) Soldier in Eternal Chains (Kira, Cagalli) Partner (Yzak, Dearka) Goodbye Tomorrow 1 (Shinn) Goodbye Tomorrow 2 (Shinn, Rey, Lunamaria) Goodbye Tomorrow 3 (Shinn, Lunamaria) Childhood's End (Rey) (Source: MU)

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Gundam Ace

Jun 26, 2007
277 7.29
Univeral Century0093. "Char's Counterattack" drawn from the perspective of Nanai Miguel! What unpleasant memories does Nanai hold?!

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Gundam Ace

May 26, 2010
265 6.49
Universal Century 0079.03.18 – The Principality of Zeon carries out their third drop operation. The 4th Terrestrial Mobile division make their way down to Earth. Chief Petty Officer Cuaran arrives on Earth as a part of the 908th Mobile Reconnaissance Company 2nd Team’s Commander. He would later be the man who attempted to destroy the Federation’s “white mobile suit”, the dreaded “Gundam.” (Source: Zeonic-Corps)

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Gundam Ace

Oct ??, 2011
260 7.23
Follows the story of mercenary group Serpent Tail in their mission in Asian region during the Second Bloody Valentine War.

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Gundam Ace

Aug 26, 2007
254 7.36
The manga adaption of the Gundam 00 movie.

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Gundam Ace

Sep 26, 2010
241 7.16
In C.E. 73, tensions between Naturals and Coordinators continue to persist, eventually leading to another war between the Earth Alliance and PLANT. Sven Cal Bayan is a Natural pilot of the elite EA squad, the Phantom Pain, and carries out his squad's various anti-Coordinator missions without fail. Selene McGriff is a Coordinator researcher at the neutral Deep Space Survey and Development Organization (DSSD) and a developer of the GSX-401FW Stargazer space exploration mobile suit. Though their backgrounds are completely different, the expanding war will nevertheless force their paths to collide. In the manga, the previously uncertain fate of Selene and Sven is revealed. (Source: ANN)

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Gundam Ace

Nov 25, 2006
227 7.33
Mobile Suit Gundam 00I 2314 occurs within the timeline of Mobile Suit Gundam 00 The Movie: A wakening of the Trailblazer. The manga features the revived Celestial Being shadow group known as Fereshte, and their encounters with the ELS. (Source: Gundam Wikia).

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Gundam Ace

Sep ??, 2010
220 N/A
The manga adaptation of Gundam 0083. Years after the One Year War ended, in hopes of resurrecting the Principality of Zeon forces, Anavel Gato (also known as the "Nightmare of Solomon") steals a Gundam Unit 02 from the Earth Federation Forces. In the heat of battle Kou Uraki enters Unit 01 to confront Gato. (Source: Dan of Population GO)

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Gundam Ace

Jun 26, 2013
219 7.28
Ensign Reccoa Londe has provided the AEUG with information regarding possible mobile suit development at the civilian colonies of Green Noa. Lieutenant Quattro (Char Aznable) with his wingmen Lieutenant JGs Apolly (Andy) and Roberto (Ricardo) head to the colony to investigate. On Green Noa 1, Kamille Bidan is rushing to the spaceport where the Temptation, a ship a former One Year War ace is on, is docking. He's hoping to get an autograph from the famed Captain Bright Noa. As Bright explains that he's on duty, Jerid and company interrupt the two. Jerid smacktalks Bright for receiving a two rank demotion upon refusing to join the Titans and grabs Kamille's photo saying he should sign it as an elite member of the Federation. The two get into a scuffle and Kamille is hauled off for questioning. Matosh questions Kamille about being an AEUG insider but just then he's freed after his story checks out. Just as the handcuffs come off, the Gundam MK-II crashes into the building... (Source: MU)

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Gundam Ace

Jun 25, 2011
216 N/A
A series of short stories that take place between Universal Century 0079 to 0093. The stories jump around to different characters and side stories that take place from the original Gundam and up through Char's Counterattack.

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Gundam Ace

Jun 26, 2004
215 7.15
The World may be United but the time has come for Celestial Being to begin their interventions again. For all of those who stand up in answer to the call, irreplaceable "Bonds" exist. Bonds contains five short stories set throughout the second season, including Soma's transformation into Marie, Sumeragi's return to Celestial Being, and Marina creating her song for Kataron.

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Gundam Ace

Feb 25, 2009
210 7.21
The story revolves around a second Pegasus class ship named Thoroughbred and its crew. Tasked to intercept a Zeon supply route behind the Moon that leads to Space Fortress Solomon in preparation for "Operation Star One." To accomplish this, the Thoroughbred has been given two gundams piloted by ace pilots Ford Romfellow and veteran Lusse Kessel. Included one-shot: Volume 3: Solomon no Akumu

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Gundam Ace

May 26, 2003
207 7.07
The story takes place in the year Correct Century 2343, showing the past of Loran and training for global operations.

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Gundam Ace

Mar ??, 2004
202 6.80
Tekkadan has now become a direct affiliate of Teiwaz after procuring a new trade agreement with Arbrau. With its newfound funds and prestige, Tekkadan finds both its list of allies and enemies growing. Meanwhile, the flames of the Gjallarhorn power struggle continue to rage in full force. As a part of her efforts to make Mars financially independent from Earth, Kudelia Aina Bernstein founds the Admoss Company and enlists Tekkadan as her business partner. The stakes are getting higher as the Tekkadan family continues to grow. Will Orga, Mikazuki, and the rest of the Tekkadan faction be able to keep up, or will Kudelia's dream of Martian independence die out? [Written by MAL Rewrite]

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Gundam Ace

Nov 26, 2016
199 N/A
The story takes place in unnamed timeline, where humanity has highly advanced technology. However, the human population is decreasing and it seems that they're on their way to extinction. The protagonists are Leos Alloy, Sthesia Awar and their Haro. They work on a Jupiter base called "Jupiter X", using "General Answer" (or "GA") which contains a massive repository of data about the alternate history of Humanity, Leos travels to the Earths' of the alternate timelines in an effort to collect data that might give them a hint for the evolution of mankind. (Source: Gundam Wikia)

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Gundam Ace

May 26, 2011
169 N/A
The story begins at the Battle of A Baoa Qu, in the last days of the One Year War. As the Federation and Zeon forces clash in the final climactic battle, two men struggle to survive. Eric Blanke, a Zeon mobile suit pilot, watches helplessly as his friends and comrades perish, one after another. Courand Hughes, a squad captain, is helpless to protect his friends and subordinates as they die, one by one. Both men are left terribly scarred by the battle. Two years later: Universal Century 0081. Eric Blanke continues to fight the Federation, alone, and against all odds. He seeks to punish the Earth Federation for its many evils. Against him stands Courand Hughes, captain of a special-operations mobile suit unit created specifically to combat renegade Zeon forces like Eric. Courand devotes himself wholly to battle, seeking his own death so he might rejoin his many friends who fell at A Baoa Qu.

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Gundam Ace

Jun 26, 2009
164 N/A
The manga is set in the seceding space colonies during the year Universal Century 0079—the time frame of the One Year War from the first Gundam space anime series. The story follows five boys who all share a sense of "camaraderie, duty,... jealousy, and war." (Source: ANN)

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Gundam Ace

Jan 26, 2010
155 N/A
This story takes place during December 0079 U.C. where two brothers are forced to traverse the North American territory as the rear guard of the retreating Principality of Zeon forces, using MSM-04 Acguy amphibious mobile suits, after the Principality fails to capture the Earth Federation's headquarters at Jaburo. However it doesn't take long before these two brothers are the only ones left alive and are faced with the prospect of traveling over two thousand miles, without supplies and backup. Included one-shot: Kidou Senshi Gundam: Target in Sight (Source: MU)

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Gundam Ace

Apr 26, 2007
152 6.74
In A.G. 101 (the 101st year of the Advanced Generation calendar) a mysterious entity known only as "UE", or "unknown enemy", attacks and destroys the space colony Angel. This brutal attack becomes infamous as the "The Day the Angel Fell", and marks the beginning of humanity's war for survival. The series begins in A.G. 108 when the UE attack the space colony Ovan, where Flit Asuno now lives after he escaped colony Angel before its destruction. Flit's mother shortly before she is killed by the UE, she gives her son an object called "AGE Device". Within it he discovers the blueprints for a powerful weapon from the past—the ancient messiah named "Gundam." From these blueprints, Flit spends the next several years studying engineering at an Earth Federation base on the Nora space colony and designing the Gundam AGE-1. Seven years later, in A.G. 115, Flit completes the Gundam AGE-1 Normal, just as the UE attack Nora, and make use of it to aid the crew of Federation's battleship "Diva" in evacuating the colony's citizens before it is destroyed. Determined to bring the battle to the U.E. for destroying his home twice, Flit agrees to serve at Diva's mobile suit squad piloting the Gundam. After obtaining enough data and military power to establish a course of action, the crew of Diva and their allies launch a sucessful attack that destroyed the U.E.'s secret fortress in the Ambat asteroid. There they learn that the U.E. are actually the descendants of a supposedly failed human mission sent to colonize Mars, left for dead by the Earth Federation, who formed their own nation on the red planet called Veigan.

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Gundam Ace

Sep 26, 2011
150 7.14
The Universal Century, with its history of colonization and wars, passes into posterity, and time flows on. Mankind enters a new age of seemingly endless peace and prosperity called the "Regild Century." The year is R.C. 1014. The Capital Tower, an orbital elevator, connects earth and space. Due to its role in supplying Earth's power by transferring Photon Batteries from space, it is worshiped with a religious fervor. Bellri Zenam, a cadet in the Capital Guard formed to protect Capital Tower, is participating in his first non-simulated exercise when he is attacked by the powerful but unaffiliated "G-Self" mobile suit. He manages to capture the G-Self while piloting a "Recten" maintenance mobile suit. However, seeing the G-Self's pilot, a young space pirate named Aida Rayhunton, stirs something within him, as does the G-Self which he was sure he'd never seen before. Why does the G-Self accept Bellri as a pilot? Aida's mission to attack Capital Tower. Bellri's destiny as a chosen pilot of the G-Self. The truth which will shake the Regild Century. It was all the beginning of the Reconguista. (Source: Gundam.info)

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Gundam Ace

Aug 26, 2014
141 N/A
During the One Year War between the Earth Federation and the Principality of Zeon, an aggressor team known as the Nemesis Team is established in the Earth Federation Army. (Source: MU)

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Gundam Ace

Feb 26, 2007
138 7.18
An Earth Federation Army special forces unit called Barghest (or BGST for short) in UC 0084 is created with Lieutenant Colonel Ito Tsurugi serving as its commanding officer, who is the only officer in the EF military known to carry a katana with him wherever he's on duty. (Source: MU)

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Gundam Ace

Sep 26, 2009
126 N/A
Brief one-shot about Rosamia Badam. Jamitov Hymem and Bask Om arrive at the Newtype Research Institute Headquarters located in Indiana of North America. They have come to observe the condition of the newly modified Cyber​​-Newtype, Subject GH-8N-281 known as Rosamia Badam, a girl who was orphaned by the colony drop on Australia during the opening days of the One Year War. (Source: gundam.wikia)

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Gundam Ace

Oct 26, 2005
126 6.38
Because his friends fired a rocket into the US Army camp, Suzuki was wanted by the US Army and the police. While he was running away the sea surface suddenly rose, and when a brilliant light appeared he saw a strange looking battleship flying in the air. He was dumped into the sea and when he crawled onto the battleship there was a beautiful girl standing there. She said her name was Luxe, the princess of another world, and added; “My Father is Japanese, Shinjiro Sakomizu. Please help me, Suzuki”.

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Gundam Ace

Oct 26, 2005
124 N/A
After deploying several sleeper agents around the globe, the Vagans launch a surprise attack that finally brings the war to the Earth. To counter the invasion, Flit activates the recently completed Gundam AGE-3 and entrusts it to Kio. Just like his father and grandfather before him, Kio enlists into the Diva as part of its mobile suit squad to confront the Vagans. (Source: Gundam Wikia)

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Gundam Ace

Sep 26, 2012
119 N/A
A series of 4-koma based on the various Gundam stories in the UC timeline, including works such as Mobile Suit Gundam, Z Gundam, ZZ Gundam, Char's Counterattack, 0080 War in the Pocket, 08th MS Team, Unicorn Gundam, MS Igloo, 0083 Stardust Memories, etc.

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Gundam Ace

?? ??, ????
116 N/A
Kidou Senshi Z Gundam: Day After Tomorrow chronicles Kai's actions during the Gryps conflict as he pursues his career of an investigative reporter.

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Gundam Ace

May 26, 2005
111 N/A
Many heroes have fought through the eras. Soldiers play a sonorous melody, their traces shaping the course of history. Even now, their stories shall be read from a corner of the Pantheon. For those with regrets in their hearts, the battle begins. This is a tale of heroes who fell in space. (Source: MU)

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Gundam Ace

Jun 26, 2012
110 N/A
They day after a red shooting star fell to Earth, a man wakes up to find himself in an apartment with no memory of what happened up until that moment. Could he be "Char"? Or is he simply someone who just happens to look like him? One mystery just seems to lead to another mystery? A hillarious spinoff to Neo Gundam! (Source: Comic Walker)

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Gundam Ace

Jul 26, 2012
106 N/A
The story takes place in Universal Century 0089. The magazine describes the manga's protagonist Mashiro Oaks as a high school student on Side 2 Colony "Olympus." He gets the high score on a game titled "Walpurgis Night" and, by distributing the video on an underground network, he gets noticed. The tagline reads, "Young Man, defy your cursed fate!!" (Source: ANN)

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Gundam Ace

Aug 26, 2017
93 N/A
The year is U.C. 0088. A lone Neo Zeon ship approaches the Side 1 colony Brigadoon. Commander Vearn Fixeth of the stationed troops is on guard, but the captain of the Indra, Phaeton Rah Algis, shows no intention of fighting. Phaeton enters into negotiations with Brigadoon's government to purchase the colony with a large sum of money, however during the process, the Federation Forces begin an armed occupation of the colony under the pretext they're hiding remnant Titans. Phaeton manages to negotiate with them and gets them to leave the colony, much to the delight of the citizens, thus successfully making them Neo Zeon supporters. The purpose, however, of the Federation's attack is to rescue the lover of a senior Federation official which Phaeton was holding hostage. However, Phaeton has other ambitions… ambitions to "catch the sun"… (Source: zeonic-republic.net)

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Gundam Ace

Jun 26, 2007
93 N/A
Robotic armed freedom fighters fight for Earth's future in this intergalactic tale of the pursuit of freedom. After Earth's overpopulation sends humans offworld to live in space stations, they are abused by the controlling power—the Earth Federation government. Colonists form the Zeon Dukedom to resolve their disputes and wage the One Year War for independence. For over 20 years, the world of Gundam has reigned over all other mecha anime and manga series. Mobile Suit Gundam: Blue Destiny continues the Gundam legacy with the adventures of Federal Forces second lieutenant Yu Kajima and his special unit of mobile suits. (Source: Tokyopop)

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Gundam Ace

Sep 26, 2015
90 N/A
This book parodies the original Kidou Senshi Gundam TV series, and is especially centered around the character Char Aznable.

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Gundam Ace

Dec 18, 2001
80 N/A
Universal Century, October 0079. Kurt Blatt volunteered for the Principality of Zeon forces and with the sergeant Alexei were assigned to the engineering battalion. They believed that Zeon would win but have just been through the Battle Of Odessa. (Source: Gundam Wikia)

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Gundam Ace

Jun 26, 2009
68 N/A
A collection of three stories that showcase some events of Char Aznable's past and the men fighting around him. 1. Char Senyou Zaku II vs. Rick-Dias (Zaku II Char Aznable Personal Use vs. Rick Diaz) 2. Ryousangata Zaku vs. Gundam (Mass Production Type Zaku vs. Gundam) 3-5. Char Senyou Zugokku vs. GM (Z'Gok Char Aznable Personal Use vs. GM)

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Gundam Ace

Apr 26, 2007
63 N/A
During the One Year War, in an attempt to replace losses in the Federation for mobile suit pilots, a penal battalion was formed called the Slave Wraiths. Led by Travis Kirkland, he and his team take on suicide missions in highly advanced mobile suits to make deadly surgical strikes into the enemy side. On the other side, the Marchosias, a regiment for Zeon elite pilot washouts was formed as well. When Doug Schneid, a former pilot of Zeon defects to the Federation with the Pale Rider in tow, both sides are forced to fight together to stop a conspiracy that lurks within the MS development research. (Source: Gundam Wikia)

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Gundam Ace

Feb 25, 2014
58 N/A
The story of Kidou Senshi Gundam: Operation:Troy opens with the space colonists' brutal battle for independence from The Earth Federation. Advanced ECM has rendered range sensors and communications useless, resulting in the rise of new war machines called mobile suits. These ultimate instruments of destruction, capable of metal-clashing hand-to-hand combat, completely redefine modern warfare. (Source: Gundam Wikia)

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Gundam Ace

Jan 26, 2007
57 N/A
Universal Century 0079. The Magellan-class battleship Toutatis tracked a Musai-class ship on its way towards Side 2 for a preemptive attack following the Duchy of Zeon's declaration of war. Eventually they crash-landed on the Island Iffish colony and what they saw there was a landscape wiped out by poison gas, realizing Zeon's aim to drop the colony on the Earth. The Toutatis, equipped with a nuclear warhead, attempts to destroy the colony. Meanwhile, a Zaku platoon had entered the colony by chance, ordered to subdue and silence dissent among friendly forces. (Source: Gundam Wikia)

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Gundam Ace

Apr 26, 2003
57 N/A
The story takes place in U.C. 0084 in the form of a video documentary. It is based on interviews with soldiers and officers of the Earth Federation and the Principality of Zeon who participated in the final battle of A Baoa Qu during the end of the One Year War in U.C. 0079. (Source: Gundam Wikia)

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Gundam Ace

Dec 26, 2007
53 N/A
The Cosmic Era. Coordinators, born through genetic modification and Naturals, who are born naturally. Both experienced two great wars. People devoted themselves to fighting for things they believed in and things they should protect. Fighting gives birth to hatred and hatred in turn gives birth to sorrow. The battlefield swallows the fate of the soldiers and turned into the gravestone to an invisible future. Although a transient piece arrived in the end, the scars of war run deep. Yet in such a world, there were those who walked a path they strongly believed. Engineers giving their lives and roles to that which was discarded and destroyed: Junkers. Those who fight for those without power: Mercenaries. Those who convey the truth to the people: Journalists. Even if they deviate from the noble path, they will follow a path they believe in according to their own beliefs... Astray. (Source: Zeonic Scanlations)

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Gundam Ace

Aug 26, 2015
52 N/A
Universal Century 0079. The original Duchy of Zeon end of the war a year dominated army, was starting to show color in the color of the border on the success of the federal military mobile suit development. In addition, the forced conscription of boys to girls in order to ensure personnel guileless yet lost the war. (Source: Gundam Wikia)

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Gundam Ace

Apr 26, 2008
45 N/A
Universal Century 0079. The One Year War, which started with the Principality of Zeon's declaration of war, took the largest toll in human history. Their first step, in particular, was a colony drop, which brought unprecedented damage to the Earth and in an instant, resulted in the death of half of mankind. This story depicts the road to recovery of a ravaged land, the hardest hit area of Australia: Ground Zero for the colony drop. (Source: Zeonic Scanlations)

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Gundam Ace

May 26, 2017
41 N/A
U.C. 0105—within Zum City a One Year War memorial exhibition is about to be opened, and a very special guest is invited to talk about his experiences during the first Space war of the Universal Century—his name: Kai Shiden! Kai is both pleased and honored to be present and recalls his past on board of the White Base. (Source: Gundam Wikia)

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Gundam Ace

Apr 25, 2009
33 N/A
Frederik Brown is a mobile suit trainee in one of Zeon's schools, but always had a hard time keeping up with everyone. Ten months after training hard, he's thrust into actual combat for the first time together with Zeon's declaration of war. He becomes witness to the horrors and atrocities associated with war first hand as he fights to stay alive. (Source: zeonic-republic.net)

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Gundam Ace

Jul 26, 2017
31 N/A