The Gundam franchise began with the anime Mobile Suit Gundam (1979) and became one of the highest-grossing franchises in Japan.
It gave birth to the mecha robot toys, anime, and manga concepts in Japan.
The story starts in a fictional universe where the Earth Federation and the Principality of Zeon are under conflict.
The battles are fought through a new technology called Mobile Suits. These are human-controlled giant robots that assist in battles.
An all-new series of the Gundam Build Divers Battlogue from the Gundam franchise will debut in November 2020. An official tweet by Bandai Spirits revealed this news.
[<Special news> November release decision! ]
“Gundam Build Divers Battlogue” will be released in November 2020!
In addition, on YouTube “Gundam Channel,” all 5 episodes of “Gundam Build Fighters Battlogue” EPISODE.1-5,
It will be delivered sequentially from Thursday, September 3rd!English Translation, Twitter Translate
Additionally, episodes 1-5 of the Gundam Build Fighters: Battlogue will be released on Youtube starting 3rd September.
The official website of Gundam revealed that the episodes will be released sequentially on the Gundam channel.
Sunrise had launched a fan-voting website in April this year so that fans can vote for their favorite Gunpla. These fan-favorite Gunplas will be battling it out in the upcoming anime.
The Battlogue series contains episodes in which selected Gunpla models will fight against each other.
It is merely a show of who is superior in power. The Gundam Build Fighters series also had a Battlogue sequence.
The Gundam series is a vast one, and it has inspired several spinoffs and sequels. Gundam Build Divers (2018) series is a successor to the Gundam Build Fighters (2013).
Gundam Build Divers Re: RISE is the latest series in the Gundam franchise.
It was released in October 2019, and Crunchyroll streamed it in Japan. Season two debuted on Gundam’s Youtube channel in April 2020.
The Gundam series is a science fiction anime created by Yoshiyuki Tomino and Sunrise, featuring huge robots, known as “Gundam.”
The series changes its setting in each part, ranging from Earth to far-off planets. All the shows have their own story, and some of them take place in an alternative universe.
In every story, Gundam has unique purposes. Sometimes it’s a deadly war weapon, sometimes a beautiful art or sometimes even an outdated technology.