History Manga / MobileSuitCrossboneGundam

20th May '16 5:08:42 PM nombretomado
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* VideoGame/GundamVsSeries: ''Gundam Extreme Vs.'' adds Crossbone to the mix, with Kincade's X-1 Kai (with Tobia's Pez Batara as an AssistCharacter), Zabine's X-2 Kai, and Tobia's Full Cloth (Giri's Vigna Ghina II as a FinishingMove) as playables. The Jovian moon Io is ''CB''[='s=] stage, and the Batara and Divinidad are enemy-exclusive machines in the {{Playstation 3}} release (and in ''Full Boost'', the X-2 Kai gets a Batara kamikaze attack as its FinishingMove). ''Full Boost'' added Tobia's X-3 as well.

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* VideoGame/GundamVsSeries: ''Gundam Extreme Vs.'' adds Crossbone to the mix, with Kincade's X-1 Kai (with Tobia's Pez Batara as an AssistCharacter), Zabine's X-2 Kai, and Tobia's Full Cloth (Giri's Vigna Ghina II as a FinishingMove) as playables. The Jovian moon Io is ''CB''[='s=] stage, and the Batara and Divinidad are enemy-exclusive machines in the {{Playstation 3}} UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 release (and in ''Full Boost'', the X-2 Kai gets a Batara kamikaze attack as its FinishingMove). ''Full Boost'' added Tobia's X-3 as well.
27th Apr '16 12:53:35 AM WolfThunder
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* GenreBusting %%This one could use a bit of an explanation
27th Apr '16 12:40:55 AM WolfThunder
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* ''Mobile Suit Cross Bone Gundam: Skullheart'': Released in 2003, ten years after the original, this series consists primarily of short vignettes detailing the adventures of the Crossbone Vanguard three years after the original manga, with a few trips into the past to see BadassGrandpa Umon when he was a rookie in the [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam One-Year War]], and to explain how narrator Twink met the crew.

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* ''Mobile Suit Cross Bone Gundam: Skullheart'': Released in 2003, taking place ten years after the original, this series consists primarily of short vignettes detailing the adventures of the Crossbone Vanguard three years after the original manga, with a few trips into the past to see BadassGrandpa Umon when he was a rookie in the [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam One-Year War]], and to explain how narrator Twink met the crew.



* ''Shin Crossbone Gundam Dust'': Set to release on Kadokawa's Gundam Ace magazine's September issue on July 26,

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* ''Shin Crossbone Gundam Dust'': Set to release on Kadokawa's Gundam Ace magazine's September issue on July 26,
26, this story is set in a previously undepicted timeframe of UC 0168 even further into the Universal Century timeline than ''[[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam Victory Gundam's]]'' UC 0153 setting.
27th Apr '16 12:38:06 AM WolfThunder
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* ''Mobile Suit Cross Bone Gundam: Skullheart''. Released in 2003, ten years after the original, this series consists primarily of short vignettes detailing the adventures of the Crossbone Vanguard three years after the original manga, with a few trips into the past to see BadassGrandpa Umon when he was a rookie in the [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam One-Year War]], and to explain how narrator Twink met the crew.
* ''Mobile Suit Cross Bone Gundam: Steel 7''. Released in 2006, ''Steel 7'' is a direct sequel to ''Cross Bone'' taking place three years later. Bernadette's step-mother Europa flees to Earth to warn the Vanguard that the Jupiter Empire is building "Zeus's Wrath", a giant [[WaveMotionGun colony laser]], in a second attempt to destroy Earth. Tobia must race against time and agents of the Empire to recover a means with which to get to Jupiter, and to recruit the best pilots he can muster for what seems to be a suicide mission. This manga ties even more heavily into ''[[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam Victory Gundam]]'' than the original ''Cross Bone'', serving to explain where the V2 Gundam's "Wings of Light" came from.
* ''Mobile Suit Cross Bone Gundam: Ghost''. Released in 2011 and currently ongoing, ''Ghost'' is another sequel set seventeen years after ''Steel 7'', which is around the same timeframe as ''Victory Gundam'' (U.C. 0153). Our new protagonist is a young Gundam enthusiast named Font Baud, who accidentally stumbles on Zanscare's plans for the Angel Halo while on the Internet. As Zanscare hunts him down, he is rescued by the forces of Serpiente Tacon (who later take the name Crossbone Vanguard once again), a Jovian special forces group lead by Curtis Rothko (aka [[spoiler:Tobia Arronax]]) and a girl named Belle. They are trying to retrieve "Angel's Call", an artifact which could make the Angel Halo far more horrific a weapon than anyone ever imagined...
* ''Shin Crossbone Gundam Dust''.

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* ''Mobile Suit Cross Bone Gundam: Skullheart''. Skullheart'': Released in 2003, ten years after the original, this series consists primarily of short vignettes detailing the adventures of the Crossbone Vanguard three years after the original manga, with a few trips into the past to see BadassGrandpa Umon when he was a rookie in the [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam One-Year War]], and to explain how narrator Twink met the crew.
* ''Mobile Suit Cross Bone Gundam: Steel 7''. 7'': Released in 2006, ''Steel 7'' is a direct sequel to ''Cross Bone'' taking place three years later. Bernadette's step-mother Europa flees to Earth to warn the Vanguard that the Jupiter Empire is building "Zeus's Wrath", a giant [[WaveMotionGun colony laser]], in a second attempt to destroy Earth. Tobia must race against time and agents of the Empire to recover a means with which to get to Jupiter, and to recruit the best pilots he can muster for what seems to be a suicide mission. This manga ties even more heavily into ''[[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam Victory Gundam]]'' than the original ''Cross Bone'', serving to explain where the V2 Gundam's "Wings of Light" came from.
* ''Mobile Suit Cross Bone Gundam: Ghost''. Ghost'': Released in 2011 and currently ongoing, ''Ghost'' is another sequel set seventeen years after ''Steel 7'', which is around the same timeframe as ''Victory Gundam'' (U.C. 0153). Our new protagonist is a young Gundam enthusiast named Font Baud, who accidentally stumbles on Zanscare's plans for the Angel Halo while on the Internet. As Zanscare hunts him down, he is rescued by the forces of Serpiente Tacon (who later take the name Crossbone Vanguard once again), a Jovian special forces group lead by Curtis Rothko (aka [[spoiler:Tobia Arronax]]) and a girl named Belle. They are trying to retrieve "Angel's Call", an artifact which could make the Angel Halo far more horrific a weapon than anyone ever imagined...
* ''Shin Crossbone Gundam Dust''.
Dust'': Set to release on Kadokawa's Gundam Ace magazine's September issue on July 26,
27th Apr '16 12:36:41 AM WolfThunder
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* ''Shin Crossbone Gundam Dust''.
16th Oct '15 8:27:47 PM nombretomado
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** ''Skullheart'' has the chapter "[[PlanetOfTheApes Satellite of the Apes]]", which is about Newtype monkeys.

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** ''Skullheart'' has the chapter "[[PlanetOfTheApes "[[Franchise/PlanetOfTheApes Satellite of the Apes]]", which is about Newtype monkeys.
21st Aug '15 9:17:56 PM nombretomado
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* UpToEleven: You thought a [[The08thMSTeam Ball taking down a Zaku was impressive]]? Umon Samon took down 6 Doms in one.

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* UpToEleven: You thought a [[The08thMSTeam [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamThe08thMSTeam Ball taking down a Zaku was impressive]]? Umon Samon took down 6 Doms in one.
1st Aug '15 7:02:30 PM nombretomado
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** Averted with the F91, however. Given that the mass-production models seen in when the Crossbone Vanguard encounters them are as powerful as the original version seen in ''MobileSuitGundamF91.''

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** Averted with the F91, however. Given that the mass-production models seen in when the Crossbone Vanguard encounters them are as powerful as the original version seen in ''MobileSuitGundamF91.''Anime/MobileSuitGundamF91.''
1st Aug '15 6:39:48 PM nombretomado
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* ContinuityNod: [[ConspiracyTheorist Font Baud]] insists to his friends that [[MobileSuitGundam0083StardustMemory the GP series of Gundams did exist]], despite there being no official records of them.

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* ContinuityNod: [[ConspiracyTheorist Font Baud]] insists to his friends that [[MobileSuitGundam0083StardustMemory [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0083StardustMemory the GP series of Gundams did exist]], despite there being no official records of them.
27th Jul '15 12:17:31 AM msq
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* GunsAreWorthless: Standard MS weapons in UC 133 tend to be focused around long-range beam gun/rifle battles, with beam shields in wide use and related tactics/strategies. The Crossbone Gundams are designed to take advantage of this with overpowering melee abilities (their Beam Zambers can easily cut through standard beam shields). The guns themselves aren't worthless here, but they're overused to the point of liability.

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* GunsAreWorthless: Standard MS weapons in UC 133 tend to be focused around long-range beam gun/rifle battles, with beam shields in wide use and related tactics/strategies.tactics/strategies, thanks in part to the Gundam F91's performance. The Crossbone Gundams are designed to take advantage of this with overpowering melee abilities (their Beam Zambers can easily cut through standard beam shields). The guns themselves aren't worthless here, but they're overused to the point of liability.


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** Averted with the F91, however. Given that the mass-production models seen in when the Crossbone Vanguard encounters them are as powerful as the original version seen in ''MobileSuitGundamF91.''
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