Mobile Suit Gundam Wing

Mobile Suit Gundam Wing Series

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The year is After Colony (AC) 195. The world as we know it is in turmoil, and in space, amidst the vast Colony clusters, the Earth Alliance Military is acting as an occupation force. In the deepest of secrets, 5 outlaw scientists complete 5 special weapons, mobile suits called 'Gundams' and send them to earth. Piloted by five youngsters, unaware of each other's existence, their mission is to halt the Alliance and free the colonies, especially dealing with the elite forces of Oz.

However, as the battle continues, this single mission turns into a struggle for survival, and, in the end, a desperate attempt to maintain peace. The five pilots-- Heero Yuy, Quatre Raberba Winner, Chang Wu Fei, Duo Maxwell and Trowa Barton-- join their forces, as all of them want to end the needles fighting and the pointless battles. For Heero, it also means to give a token of his love towards Relena Peacecraft who, in her own way, fights for that same peace...

Written by DarthViking.

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Dimmie's Mobile Suit Gundam Wing Tv Review

Rated: 7

As much as I defend Gundam Wing's <i>slight</i> superiority over other mecha series in terms of storytelling, the initial plot is not original in the least - you've seen "<i>teenage boys save the world with giant robots</i>" a hundred times before. The difference is mostly in the charisma of the characters, and the smart plot twists that never fail to make you go "WHAT?" every odd number of episodes.

There is no fanservice of the panty-shot kind, nor easy cheeky humour through the series.

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Member Opinions

minayuri minayuri

Another favorite AU Gundam series of mine with political intrigue and interesting and diverging characters and their philosophies. Endless Waltz was an excellent way to end the Wing chapter with a solid story and great character progression, especially for Heero and Relena. I also liked how it showed the pyschology of the characters in how the war affected each one of them, considering that the principal cast grew up while the Earth and the Colonies were at war with each other and the Gundam pilots and Relena strived to achieve peace and fought tooth and nail for it in whatever way they could. The characters are ever changing and neither are the same person they were from the start of the series as war does change people. This series is my first Gundam show I've watched and I love it still very much after seeing the others, and when I see horrible comments made about Wing by haters, it does irritate me and shows their lack of understanding of one of the most complex Gundam shows ever made.

Cirru Cirru

Treize Khushrenada and Zechs Marquis provide an interesting comparison to the five gundam pilots. They help the viewer wonder which is the right side in the conflict or are neither of the sides right? (by resorting to violence)

SnickerdoodleNinja SnickerdoodleNinja

Lol, this show-especially the dub-is hilarious! Although the show does have a genuinely decent story and interesting characters, some of the art inconsistencies, awkward deliveries and awkwardly written lines make the show extra entertaining. Check it out if you're a fan of the nineties anime but don't have to take things too seriously. Duo! <3

orange-lisa orange-lisa

Nice characters and nice story, even if I didn't understand much 'till I read the plot... it's a little complicated! This is the only Gundam series I've seen so far, so I cannot make comparisons, but I think the design is better than the others.

DUO MARXWELL: "Oh, man! Quatre loves to blame himself for everything if you let him. Sooner or later, he’ll start saying that there’s no air in space because he didn’t work on it hard enough!"

ShinLanceVulcano ShinLanceVulcano

The designs for the Gundam mechs in this one are among my personal favorites, and the Mobilesuits are good as well. The story is good in that it somehow differs from the same old stuff that started to get repetitive in the Universal Century continuity

bleachsenafan bleachsenafan

I only own the Gundam Wing OVA and its very good.
Now for the series, I have to say it was the best of the other Gundam Series I've heard of. GW will probably be the only Gundam series I'll watch, many of the others didn't catch my attention or interest. Although I do have to admit the music of Gundam Seed is extremely awesome. But the series wasn't fascinating. I'm not so sure about Code Geass - I don't think that counts for a Gundam series, but I'm still going to watch it. GW was also very popular due to the characters especially Duo Maxwell - he was really the reason I started watching it. I also like the music especially from Two-Mix, they're awesome. P.S. Gundam Wing was the first series that drew me into Yaoi, so I have to say that I thank myself for watching this. :)
My 3 favorite characters: Duo Maxwell, Heero Yuy, Trowa Barton

Rufusek Rufusek

I am going for the title of gundam fan, so here I watch another one of the awesome gundam series. This is the story of few boys trained to be gundam pilots, which descended on earth. They are protectors of colonies which are threatened by earth forces. They fight against one of militiary companies Oz. It's leader is one of the best character in the gundam wing.. Treize Khushrenda. Ace pilot of Oz is named Zechs Marquise which later reveals as Milliardo Peacecraft and those two are rocking whole anime! The serie lacks a bit in the term of action but the suits and political sphere are awesome.

BossMac BossMac

Interesting plot and great character-centric story. Greatly laid out though some points could've used some work and certain aspects like the boyband-ish characters detracts from the main plot... but whatever, I like it.

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