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Gundam Series

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Mobile Suit Gundam: THE ORIGIN volume 1 by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko
Mobile Suit Gundam WING, 3 by Katsuyuki Sumizawa
Mobile Suit Gundam WING, 4 by Katsuyuki Sumizawa

Gundam Series : Titles in Order

Book 12
The biggest name in Japanese science fiction—Gundam—returns with one of its creators retelling its origins 25 years after the series debuted. Caught in the crossfire of a space civil war, teenager Amuro Ray accidentally finds a new mobile weapon—the RX-78 Gundam. In the twelveth and final volume of Gundam: THE ORIGIN, the space opera comes to a dramatic conclusion. The book also includes three short stories, each revolving around a main character from the series.
Book 11
The biggest name in Japanese science fiction—Gundam—returns with one of its creators retelling its origins 25 years after the series debuted. Caught in the crossfire of a space civil war, teenager Amuro Ray accidentally finds a new mobile weapon—the RX-78 Gundam. In the eleventh volume of Gundam: THE ORIGIN, Amuro and the rest of the Federation forces prepare to advance toward the space fortress A Baoa Qu.
Book 10
Solomon is now in the cross-hairs. With Federation forces moving in it appears as if Zeon’s leadership is falling apart from the top down. The tide may be turning in this war, but some members of Zeon are willing fight to their end for their family!
Book 9
The biggest name in Japanese science fiction—Gundam—returns with one of its creators retelling its origins 25 years after the series debuted. Caught in the crossfire of a space civil war, teenager Amuro Ray accidentally finds a new mobile weapon—the RX-78 Gundam. In the ninth volume of Gundam: THE ORIGIN, the Earth Federation’s White Base has now returned to space and is on the offensive. After long being chased around the solar system and across the Earth, they are on the hunt for what remains of the Zeon military establishment. Much has changed over the many weeks since the crew of the White Base fled to Jaburo with a prototype Mobile Suit on board, but now they have knowledge of who and what is awaiting them around the moon.
Book 8
The biggest name in Japanese science fiction—Gundam—returns with one of its creators retelling its origins 25 years after the series debuted. Caught in the crossfire of a space civil war, teenager Amuro Ray accidentally finds a new mobile weapon—the RX-78 Gundam. In the eighth volume of Gundam: THE ORIGIN, readers are sent back to the war at hand. The White Base continues to be chased across the Earth by Zeon forces. The story shifts away from the jungles and deserts of the Americas, moving into much more urban settings in Europe.
Book 7
The biggest name in Japanese science fiction—Gundam—returns with one of its creators retelling its origins 25 years after the series debuted. Caught in the crossfire of a space civil war, teenager Amuro Ray accidentally finds a new mobile weapon—the RX-78 Gundam. In the seventh volume of Gundam: THE ORIGIN, the Zeon have begun to show their might against the Earth Federation. For the longest time there has been a belief that the Zeon have evolved into a new form of man. These Spacenoids have not been forced to the stars; they were destined to them. And while there are still Earth colonies across the solar system, the Zeon were chosen to unify them all. Ultimately, the politics of space and the oppression shown by The Confederation has driven the Zeon to make some brutal choices . . . some of them akin to genocide!
Book 6
The biggest name in Japanese science fiction—Gundam—returns with one of its creators retelling its origins 25 years after the series debuted. Caught in the crossfire of a space civil war, teenager Amuro Ray accidentally finds a new mobile weapon—the RX-78 Gundam. In the sixth volume of Gundam: THE ORIGIN, Casval Deikun has changed his identity. Aware of those who betrayed his family, and the fact that they are now leading the Zeon movement, the headstrong young man has enlisted in the Zeon military with ambitions to hide among their ranks and eventually bring down its figureheads.
Book 5
Years before the White Base landed on Earth, the seeds of war were planted in a space colony called Side-3. Here the Munzo Empire’s great philosopher Chairman Zeon Deikun would prepare a declaration before an assembly of senators, but before finishing his speech would fall victim to a sudden attack on the parliament’s dais.

Almost instantly, on the streets, the masses have risen calling for independence and have set protests in front of Earth Federation headquarters on Side-3. The calls for Earthnoids to return to their planet eventually would push the Federation to take up arms hoping to combat these riots. The hostilities pit men versus tanks on the streets of this colony and appear to not be letting up.

Meanwhile, Deikun’s family, including his children Artesia and Casval, are soon taken into hiding by a Zeon loyalist – Ramba Ral.
Book 4
A giant, deadly battle robot–RX-78-2 Gundam–and its teenage pilot Amuro Ray are the heart of one of the most popular series in manga history, and the story of its genesis continues with this fourth installment of The Origin. Caught in the crossfire of an outer space war between the Earth Federation and the invading Principality of Zeon, mechanic-turned-robot-jockey Amuro boards and commands the Gundam. Thrust into the front lines defending those he loves from a silent enemy, can Amuro and the Gundam save the colony’s survivors or destroy them?Although he began his career as an animator, the honored author of Gundam, Yoshikazu Yasuhiko, was the winner of the Japanese Sci-Fi Association’s Nebula Award and the Grand Prize from the Japan Comic Artist Association.
Book 4
“Operation Meteor,” the plan hatched by a rebellious faction of the colonies to destroy the secret organization OZ, ended in failure. The Gundam pilots are ostracized by the whole world, and OZ’s Colonel Une, who commands the operation to dismantle the United Earth Sphere Alliance, orders Zechs to continue his counter-attack against the Gundams. Meanwhile, Heero, who has hidden himself away at Saint Gabriel Academy, is confronted by Relena, whose father was just killed during the attack by one of the Gundams…
Book 3
In the third volume of Gundam the Origin, the White Base is on the run after a successful attack against the Zeon forces in Los Angeles. As they refuel en-route to their Federation base in Jaburo, hidden in the heart of the Amazonian jungle, the crew learns they may be holding on to a new weapon just as valuable as their new Mobile Suit.

On the Zeon side, their leadership has been shaken to its core. A grand ceremony is produced in honor of a fallen Zabi youth. Shocked by this death, there are many within the Zeon ranks left frustrated with intent on seeking vengeance.
Book 3
The Gundams have gathered to put a stop to a planned operation to launch MS Tauruses into space from New Edwards Base. Quatre, Trowa and Wufei attack the base without realizing that the operation is a feint. OZ Commander Treize seizes the chance to launch Operation Pleiades with the aim of dismantling the United Earth Sphere Alliance. As the moderate members of the Alliance attempt to flee New Edwards Base, Heero’s Wing Gundam alights…
Book 2
With the Federation’s White Base now on Earth and his assault carrier loaded with civilians, Bright Noah must now navigate his ship safely through enemy occupied territory. Unfortunately on his tail are a host Zeon troops. Lead by the Commander of North American Earth Forces, Captain Garma Zabi, a fleet of aircraft is preparing to lay siege on the Federation ship with ambitions to capture its new Mobile Suit. But before the Zeon make their move in the American desert, an old acquaintance of Garma’s has arrived. Lt Char Aznable, known on the field of combat as The Red Comet, followed the White Base from space and is here to on a reconnaissance mission to gain information on the Federation’s new suit.

To prove his worth, Garma engages the Feds soon after his brief reunion. The results were not ideal. In fact, the Federation may have found new weapons for their defense in the process. And Garma, who led the charge himself, was fortunate to survive this first confrontation.

Now with the White Base heading towards South America, and word of an insurgence movement developing, Garma must find a way to quash the Federation’s plans…There is no turning back!
Book 2
“Our target is OZ!” is the rallying cry of the five young Gundam pilots that fell to earth like meteors. They begin to attack OZ facilities scattered around the globe. Trowa, in the Heavyarms, launches a fierce attack on an MS factory on Corsica, when suddenly the Gundam Sandrock appears, with Quatre in the pilot’s seat, leading a Maganac corps. The battle between these two Gundam pilots, who had been unaware of each other’s existence until they end up engaged in combat, takes an unexpected turn…
Book 1
It is the year Universal Century 0079, in a space colony the Earth Federation is storing and testing a new piloted robot for use in the battle against the Principality of Zeon. The experimental RX-78 Gundam mobile suit is scheduled to be transported to Federation command in Jaburo, deep within the Brazilian jungles. Unfortunatley, before the transporter would arrive, the Federation would come under attack from Zeon. With few resources available against the Zeon’s most mobile mechs, Federation forces strike back using their new weapon, the mobile suit Gundam.

Caught in the crossfire is a young teen named Amuro Ray. Not willing to see innocent people die like this, Amuro crawls into the cockpit of the closest machine around him. Whether it be a tank, jeep or jet, he was going to use it to help stop this slaughter. And what he happened to slide into was another Gundam. Having never operated a machine like this, what are the chances he can do anything to repel an experienced squad of mech-piloting invaders?

Volume 1 includes an essay from Hideaki Anno, director of the hit anime Neon Genesis Evengelion.

Color pages from Yas.

And an essay from Kadokawa Publishing Executive Shinichiro Inoue.

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