History Anime / MobileSuitGundamWing

24th May '17 7:37:44 AM SuperFeatherYoshi
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After the series ended, it received an "epilogue" via a three-part OVA, ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamWingEndlessWaltz'', where remnants of the rebellion try one more time for [[TakeOverTheWorld World Domination]]. The OVA was later [[ReCut re-cut]] into an extended movie version that added nearly twenty minutes of new footage between various scenes and an almost-completely overhauled WhereAreTheyNow ending to create a more fully-realized story.

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After the series ended, it received an "epilogue" via a three-part OVA, ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamWingEndlessWaltz'', where remnants of the rebellion mastermind of Operation Meteor try one more time for [[TakeOverTheWorld World Domination]]. The OVA was later [[ReCut re-cut]] into an extended movie version that added nearly twenty minutes of new footage between various scenes and an almost-completely overhauled WhereAreTheyNow ending to create a more fully-realized story.
30th Apr '17 11:59:18 AM nombretomado
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''Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing'' (lit. "New Mobile Report Gundam Wing"), or simply ''Gundam Wing'', is one of the more (in)famous of the ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' {{Alternate Universe}}s. Aired in Japan in 1995, this 49-episode series was brought to the United States (and eventually worldwide) in 2000 on {{Toonami}}, which helped push Gundam into the Western mainstream.

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''Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing'' (lit. "New Mobile Report Gundam Wing"), or simply ''Gundam Wing'', is one of the more (in)famous of the ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' {{Alternate Universe}}s. Aired in Japan in 1995, this 49-episode series was brought to the United States (and eventually worldwide) in 2000 on {{Toonami}}, Creator/{{Toonami}}, which helped push Gundam into the Western mainstream.



The series was brought to Western shores via {{Toonami}} in 2000 and became a smash hit right from the start. Cartoon Network aired two versions of the show during its initial run: a slightly-{{Bowdlerised}} version that omitted some violence and dialogue, and the uncut version shown during the "Midnight Run" (which was likely the inspiration for the Creator/AdultSwim programming block introduced just a year later). The combined success of both this series and ''DragonBallZ'' (which ran back-to-back with ''Gundam Wing'' for a long damn while) is often credited as the source of the major Anime boom in the 2000s.

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The series was brought to Western shores via {{Toonami}} Creator/{{Toonami}} in 2000 and became a smash hit right from the start. Cartoon Network aired two versions of the show during its initial run: a slightly-{{Bowdlerised}} version that omitted some violence and dialogue, and the uncut version shown during the "Midnight Run" (which was likely the inspiration for the Creator/AdultSwim programming block introduced just a year later). The combined success of both this series and ''DragonBallZ'' (which ran back-to-back with ''Gundam Wing'' for a long damn while) is often credited as the source of the major Anime boom in the 2000s.
31st Mar '17 5:19:08 PM Nevermore2002
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* NonIndicativeName: The heat rods used by the Epyon and the Tallgeese III are not in fact rods, but segmented whips.
18th Mar '17 5:17:52 PM JudasZala
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* PastelChalkedFreezeFrame: Featured in the episodes "Catherine's Tears" and "Takeoff into Confusion".
3rd Mar '17 7:36:58 AM Larkmarn
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* KnightInShiningArmor: Tallgeese and Tallgeese II both evoke knightly imagery with their dazzling white paint and heads like a knight's helmet. Rather fitting considered they're piloted by a king and an aristocrat, respectively.
27th Feb '17 6:31:28 PM RemiV
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** Wing Zero is the SuperPrototype to all of the other Gundams, with each of the scientists taking its design plans and spinning them in a unique manner.
** Tallgeese was a super prototype to the Leo suits, with its major flaw (that it shares with Wing Zero) of being a little too super for normal pilots to handle.

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** Wing Zero/Proto Zero is the SuperPrototype to all of the other Gundams, with each of the scientists taking its design plans and spinning them in a unique manner.
Gundams. Its signature ZERO system being too much for all but two certain pilots to handle. Anyone else who tried to pilot it is driven into an insane berserker state, unable to tell between friend or foe.
** Tallgeese was a super prototype to the Leo suits, with its major flaw (that it shares with Wing Zero) of being a little too super powerful for normal pilots to handle.handle. The extreme G forces it puts the pilots under when in flight (due to its weight and EXTREMELY powerful jetpack) causing anything from unconsciousness to broken bones and cardiac arrest, often all three.
26th Feb '17 8:47:59 PM SinDustries
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* AmbitionIsEvil: Several minor characters, either in the military or with OZ/Romefeller are shown as willing to sell out their country, murder surrendered soldiers, or other equally horrible acts in the name of advancing their careers or making a name for themselves. They usually reap their [[AssholeVictim just rewards]] for such attitudes as well, but not always.

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* AmbitionIsEvil: Several minor characters, either in the military or with OZ/Romefeller OZ/Romefeller, are shown as willing to sell out their country, murder surrendered soldiers, or other equally horrible acts in the name of advancing their careers or making a name for themselves. They usually reap their [[AssholeVictim just rewards]] for such attitudes as well, but not always.
26th Feb '17 8:47:16 PM SinDustries
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* AmbitionIsEvil: Several minor characters, either in the military or with OZ/Romefeller are shown as willing to sell out their country, murder surrendered soldiers, or other equally horrible acts in the name of advancing their careers or making a name for themselves. They usually reap their [[KarmaIsABitch just rewards]] for such attitudes as well, but not always.

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* AmbitionIsEvil: Several minor characters, either in the military or with OZ/Romefeller are shown as willing to sell out their country, murder surrendered soldiers, or other equally horrible acts in the name of advancing their careers or making a name for themselves. They usually reap their [[KarmaIsABitch [[AssholeVictim just rewards]] for such attitudes as well, but not always.
26th Feb '17 8:43:03 PM SinDustries
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* AmbitionIsEvil: Several minor characters, either in the military or with OZ/Romefeller are shown as willing to sell out their country, murder surrendered soldiers, or other equally horrible acts in the name of advancing their careers or making a name for themselves. They usually reap their [[KarmaIsABitch just rewards]] for such attitudes as well, but not always.
26th Feb '17 4:51:13 PM nombretomado
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** Quatre seems to be a younger version of LawrenceOfArabia. A pretty, white haired, sensitive warrior-poet who reluctantly leads an Arab army in a guerrilla war. Not to mention their BewareTheNiceOnes scenes. Or the HoYay.

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** Quatre seems to be a younger version of LawrenceOfArabia.Film/LawrenceOfArabia. A pretty, white haired, sensitive warrior-poet who reluctantly leads an Arab army in a guerrilla war. Not to mention their BewareTheNiceOnes scenes. Or the HoYay.
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