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Anime Profile: Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam

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Title
Mobile Suit Zeta GundamKidou Senshi Zeta Gundam(ζ©Ÿε‹•ζˆ¦ε£«Ξ–γ‚¬γƒ³γƒ€γƒ )
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Mobile Suit Z GundamKidou Senshi Z Gundam
Released
50 TV episodes50 TV episodes
Dates
October 25, 2005(DVD)March 2, 1985–Feb 22, 1986
Company
Bandai Ent., The Ocean GroupSUNRISE, Sotsu Agency, Animax, Nagoya Broadcasting Network
Creator
 Yoshiyuki Tomino, Hajime Yadate
Director
 Yoshiyuki Tomino
Genre
Action, Sci-Fi, MechaAction, Sci-Fi, Mecha
Related
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Characters
Amuro Ray 
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Bright NoaBright Noa
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Characters: Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam

English Name
Japanese Name
English Name
Japanese Name
Amuro Ray --?-- Camille Vidan βŠ• Camille Vidan βŠ•
Bright Noa Bright Noa Emma Sheen βŠ• --?--
Char Aznable(as Quattro Bajina) Char Aznable(as Quattro Bajina) Four Murasame βŠ• --?--
Hayato Kobayashi Hayato Kobayashi Jamitov Haimann βŠ• --?--
Paptimus Scirocco Paptimus Scirocco Jerid Mesa βŠ• --?--
Basque Ohm βŠ• --?-- Rosamia Baddam βŠ• Rosamia Baddam βŠ•

Description: Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam

The year is Universal Century 0087, 7 years after the conclusion of the original Mobile Suit Gundam. In order to prevent rebellions from space colonies, the Earth Federation founds a group called the Titans, an autonomous space force designed to root out dissenters by any means necessary. Their actions end up rivaling those of the very forces they tried to destroy in cruelty.

On the colony of Green Noa, a young man named Camille Vidan becomes part of a growing conflict between Earth and Space when he hijacks one of the Titans' prototype Gundam Mk. II mobile suits. He must overcome hardships as he fights for the freedom of space colonies from the tyrannical rule of the Earth, alongside the members of the AEUG.

Produced in 1985, Zeta Gundam is considered by many to be the best of the Gundam series. Its grim imagery and heavy emphasis on horrific battles make it a further refinement of the standards set by its predecessor.

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