Is there a sequel to Mobile Fighter G Gundam?

Is there a sequel to Mobile Fighter G Gundam?

Mobile Fighter G Gundam GO!! is an anime television series created by Sunrise, and the sequel to 1994’s Mobile Fighter G Gundam. Taking place 8 years after the end of the first series, it sees the beginning of the 15th Gundam Fight, and the blazing battles of Neo Japan’s newest Gundam Fighter!

Who wrote G Gundam?

Kōichi Tokita
Mobile Fighter G Gundam

機動武闘伝Gガンダム (Kidō Butōden Jī Gandamu)
Written by Kōichi Tokita
Published by Kodansha
English publisher Tokyopop

Is Mobile Fighter G Gundam canon?

Mobile Fighter G Gundam has always been a controversial series within the Gundam canon, but now its time to discover its many hidden secrets. The Gundam franchise has proven to be one of the most resilient properties in all of Japan.

When did the G Generation of Gundam come out?

When it was finally released in 1998 for the PlayStation, G Generation covered the plot for Mobile Suit Gundam through Char’s Counterattack and featured characters from the remaining Universal Century series as well as G Gundam, Gundam Wing and Gundam X .

Who is the creator of Mobile Fighter G Gundam?

Invoking the power of the King of Hearts, the couple vanquishes the Dark Gundam once and for all. Mobile Fighter G Gundam was produced by Sunrise in association with advertising agencies Sotsu and Dentsu, and toy company Bandai. The series was created to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the Gundam franchise, created by Yoshiyuki Tomino in 1979.

When did the expanded universe of Gundam start?

Starting with a Comic-Book Adaptation of Mobile Suit Gundam in 1979, the Gundam Expanded Universe has grown to include not just Comic Book Adaptations, but Compilation Movies, manga, animated shorts, video games, live action films, and theme park rides.

When does Mobile Suit Gundam Katana take place?

Mobile Suit Gundam: Katana (2009 manga): Set in 0084, follows Lieutenant colonel Ittou Tsurugi, the new captain of the Federation’s special forces unit BGST (Barghest). Operating about concurrent with Zeta Gundam. Technically an adaptation of Mobile Suit Gundam: Bonds of the Battlefield, a multiplayer Arcade Game with no real plot.