Gundam is one of the highest-grossing franchises in Japan. The series brought about a revolution in the military-robot science fiction genre. The concept of ‘mecha’ led to a lot of adaptations in various media.
Adapted into manga, anime, games, toys and films, the franchise is still expanding. Two Gundam movies and one anime series are on their way to release in Japan soon.
The SD Gundam World Heroes anime series will be streamed worldwide on the GundamInfo Youtube channel starting April 2021.
It is a new addition to the SD Gundam World series. A new English subbed preview is also available for the upcoming anime.
A gateway portal is opened, and an enemy enters who instantly becomes the source of crisis for the world. The Gundam heroes have to work together to defeat the villain.
SD Gundam World Heroes is a continuation of SD Gundam World Sangoku Sōketsuden, which was released last year.
Goku Impulse Gundam, Nobunaga Gundam Epyon, and Sergeant Verde Buster Gundam are some additional characters. The anime will also air on Tokyo MX and BS11.
The Mobile Suit Gundam Hathaway film will premiere in May 2021. It was initially scheduled for release in July 2020; however, it was delayed due to the pandemic. A new trailer and visual was released for the upcoming film.
Mobile Suit Gundam: Hathaway’s Flash is a novel series by Yoshiyuki Tomino, inspiring the Hathaway film.
The protagonist, Hathaway Noa, will try to save the Earth after the Second Neo Zeon War. Noa is the leader of a rebellious group and the son of a celebrated Federation Colonel.
The third film of the Gundam Reconguista in G series will premiere in Japan in summer 2021. The series is listed with five compilation films, and the upcoming anime film is the third in the series.
The first and second film of the franchise premiered in Japan in November 2019 and February 2020, respectively
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Sometimes it’s a deadly war weapon, sometimes a beautiful art or sometimes even an outdated technology.
Source: Official website of Gundam