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Metal Armor Dragonar (機甲戦記ドラグナー, Kikō Senki Doragunā) is a 48-episode mecha anime series, created by Sunrise and aired from 1987 to 1988. Devised shortly after the release of Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ, Dragonar was intended to be both a "starter" series to get new fans into mecha anime, and a potential successor to the Gundam franchise. In fact, its concept is to be the renewal of the first Gundam.[1] Though the series enjoyed good ratings and earned a loyal fan following, it failed to surpass Gundam and ended up as a single series, probably due to its light, ZZ Gundam-like take on the real robot mecha genre. Game developer Banpresto had Dragonar appear in two of its popular franchises, Super Robot Wars and Another Century's Episode; fans responded positively, and Sunrise acknowledged them in 2005 by releasing a memorial DVD collection of the series, a remastered version of the previous two-part LD boxset releases years before.

Contents

1 Story 2 Characters

2.1 Earth Federation Military (formely Earth Alliance) 2.2 United Lunar Empire Gigano 2.3 Civilians

3 Theme Songs 4 Video games 5 Production Notes 6 References 7 External links

Story[edit] Dragonar takes place in the year 2087 AD, when a military force called the United Lunar Empire Gigano has risen and captured the Moon. Their stated goal is the rebirth of mankind, but their primary intention by some of its members is the destruction of all those who dwell on Earth. To this end, the Empire uses humanoid battle machines called Metal Armors, as well as a gigantic mass driver cannon. Originally intended to send lunar material to Earth orbit for later retrieval, the Mass driver is reconfigured to launch small meteorites towards the home world. By the time the story takes place many bombardments have already taken place. The Earth Alliance became Earth Federation military, unable to compete with the Giganos military might, manages to steal three prototype Metal Armors with plans to reverse-engineer them with the help of exiled Giganos scientists. However, the ship carrying the Dragonars (posing as a refugee ship) is chased to a neutral colony by Giganos, and an attack is staged to retrieve them. Kaine, Tapp and Light, three friends and EFM trainees, are on the colony during the attack, and find a dying Giganos spy who gives them three disks. Chased by Giganos' weapons, the trio enters the colony's dock and finds the Dragonars. Using the disks, they activate the machines and use them to protect the colony. However, since the Dragonars are keyed to only be operable by their initial user, the three friends find themselves forced to become the Earth Alliance military's first Metal Armor pilots, and it becomes the earth federation during the war faced against the advanced technology and veterans of the Giganos forces Characters[edit]

Kaine Wakaba & Linda Plato

Earth Federation Military (formely Earth Alliance)[edit] Kaine Wakaba (ケーン・ワカバ, Kēn Wakaba) - The pilot of Dragonar-1 and the main character of the story. A sixteen-year-old Earth Alliance trainee Now Earth Federation Military trainee who graduated in Japan, Kaine lives on Alucard with his mother, who helps manage the colony. His parents split up, and Kaine resents his father for putting his work before his family. When his mother is apparently killed in the attack on Alucard, he is more than willing to help fight Giganos. Voiced by Masami Kikuchi Tapp Oceano (タップ・オセアノ, Tappu Oseano) - One of Kaine's best friends and the pilot of Dragonar-2. Tapp is an African-American New Yorker and graduated from an American training academy and was transferred to the astronaut academy on Alucard. Tapp tends to be cheerful and laid back, even in situations where Kaine and Light are stressing out. Even so, he can be serious when the need arises. His family lives in Alliance/Federation occupied New York. Voiced by Hōchū Ōtsuka. Light Newman (ライト・ニューマン, Raito Nyūman) - Kaine and Tapp's friend and the pilot of Dragonar-3. A native Briton, Light's grandfather was in the Parliament and his father leads the Federation's European branch when the alliance became the federation during the war. However, he prefers to avoid positions of leadership, showing a natural aptitude for information-gathering and electronic warfare, which makes him the perfect pilot for Dragonar-3 (which he affectionately calls "D3-chan"). Voiced by Kenyuu Horiuchi. Linda Plato (リンダ・プラート, Rinda Purāto) - Meio's younger sister, she becomes an enlisted member of the Alliance after the attack on the Alucard colony. Combined with her role as a communications officer/operator for the Earth Federation Military, she is very much an homage to Sayla Mass from Mobile Suit Gundam. Rose Patterson (ローズ・パテントン, Rōzu Patenton) - Rose was born on the Moon and became a refugee when Giganos declared independence. She escapes to Alucard and later boards the Idaho before the colony is destroyed. At 16 she is a warm and charming personality who assists in supervising the refugee children. Her character is possibly a nod at Mobile Suit Gundam's Frau Bow. Ben Rooney (ベン・ルーニー, Ben Rūnī) - Kaine, Tapp and Light's direct superior, a gruff but caring soldier who takes the three trainees under his wing and instructs them in piloting. Often nicknamed 'Umiboozu' (sea monster) by Kaine because of his large size. Has a close relationship with Lt. Diane Lance, whom he marries at the end of the series. Diane Lance (ダイアン・ランス, Daian Ransu) - Diane was thought to be a refugee but turns out to be a Lt for the Earth Federation Military . She works in the information branch and is active in the 1st and 2nd arc but is later reassigned and only returns in the ending, which shows her marrying Ben Rooney. Kenny Duncan Yama Douglas Langue Plato Genil Soul Jirsett Jim Austin - Kaine's father who left his family behind for the Earth Federation military . He is an excellent pilot. Aoi Wakaba - Kaine's mother, who administered the space colony Alucard and was initially presumed dead after a Giganos attack, but later found to be alive but captured by Giganos and used as a threat against Kaine Wakaba as part of their plan to bring down the Federation. United Lunar Empire Gigano[edit]

MAFFU-09 Falguen

Meio Plato - Giganos' top ace pilot, nicknamed the Blue Hawk (蒼き鷹, Aoki Taka). He gained fame piloting the Falguen and is fiercely loyal to Guiltorre. His father Lang Plato is the engineer who helped develop the Dragonars, and he has a younger sister, Linda, who opposes the war. Despite his calm nature and popularity with younger pilots, he is repeatedly looked down on by his superiors for failing to capture the Dragonars and begins to chaffe under Dorchenov's command, eventually being framed for murder of Guiltorre by Dorchenov. In the end, he and Kaine set aside their differences and defeat Dorchenov by exploiting Dorchenov's machine's weakness and attacking with a volley of missiles and finished by a combination attack using their beam swords (which was recognised and implemented into Super Robot Wars). He is very much an homage to Char Aznable from Gundam. Voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi Dan Kruger Practice Squad member. Fiercely loyal to Meio Plato. Out of the Plato Squad Members, he is the only one to die, which happens while he protects Meio and the rest of the squadron from enemy fire as the rest escape to cover while their sensors were damaged earlier. Welner Fritz Practice Squad member. Fiercely loyal to Meio Plato. Karl Geiner Practice Squad member. Fiercely loyal to Meio Plato. Marshal Guiltorre The supreme commander of Giganos. Though he declares war on the Earth Federation, he truly treasures the Earth for its beauty, eventually questioning himself whether declaring war was really the right option, moments before he was murdered by Dorchenov. Chephov Giganos Lt. stationed on an abandoned satellite, who captured the three Dragonar but then began to train and befriend them. Shot by Meio Plato for refusing Guiltorre's orders that the Dragonar pilots be taken into his custody. Given a funeral ceremony by Kaine, Tapp, and Light. Gon Jem Leader of the "Gon Jem Shittenoh" platoon and pilot of the YAMA-13 Geyzam, and later the YGMA-14 Gilgazamune. Ridiculed with the nickname of "Garbage of Giganos". Despite his infamy, he respects and values his subordinates Gold, Ganan, Zin and Min to the point of swearing revenge against the Dragonar Team for the death of the first three. Lee Sue Min Gon Jem Shittenoh member, and pilot of the Stark Deins. Eventually joins Meio Plato's platoon when fighting against Dorchenov. Her machine is best known for the chainsaws attached onto the arms, which makes her a deadly opponent when close-up. Gol Gon Jem Shittenoh member, and pilot of the Stark Gewei. He is usually seen carrying a chaingun and is prone to fire it at random during fits of rage. Because of his savage nature, low level of intellect and size, he is nicknamed "Gorilla", something that he hates being called. Ganan Gon Jem Shittenoh member, and pilot of the Stark Gan-Dolla. He is known for carrying a knife (or more) wherever he goes. His last words are a cry for help after Kaine slashes his unit in half with his laser sword, which destroys the robot unit and sends the motorcycle unit, with Ganan on board, crashing into a cliff, killing him instantly. Zin Gon Jem Shittenoh member, and pilot of the Stark Dauzhen. The womanizer and somewhat more civilized one of the group. His weapon of choice is a pair of Sai. Zin's machine's unique attribute is the ability to generate holograms of itself to confuse the opponent, though it can be negated by D-3's jammers. Mordel Perkins Dorchenov - Dorchenov is an ambitious officer of Giganos who, while not seen much early on, becomes the main villain of the series when he wages a coup d'état of the Empire and assassinates Guiltorre, and putting the blame on Giganos ace Meio Plato who also happens to be at the scene. Though mostly a political figure in Giganos, he is just as capable as a pilot in a Metal Armor. Civilians[edit] Martin Jack Danny Betty G UNIT Theme Songs[edit]

Opening themes

"Dream-Colored Chaser" (夢色チェイサー, Yume-Iro Cheisā) (episodes #1–26)

Performed by Mami Ayukawa Music by Kyōhei Tsutsumi Lyrics by Machiko Ryū Arrangement by Shirō Sagisu

"Starlight Serenade" (スターライト・セレナーデ, Sutāraito Serenāde) (episodes #27–48)

Performed by Mami Yamase Music by Daisuke Inōe Lyrics by Yukinojō Mori Arrangement by Kazuo Ōtani

Ending themes

"Searching for an Illusion (イリュージョンをさがして, Iryūjon wo Sagashite) (episodes #1–26)

Performed by Mami Ayukawa Music by Kōji Makaino Lyrics by Machiko Ryū Arrangement by Shirō Sagisu

"Shiny Boy" (episodes #27–48)

Performed by Mami Yamase Music by Daisuke Inōe Lyrics by Yukinojō Mori Arrangement by Kazuo Ōtani

Video games[edit] Though it has no dedicated games, Dragonar has appeared in several related games. Its earliest known appearance is in the PlayStation game developed by Banpresto titled "Real Robots Final Attack", which is a Third-Person VS Shooter similar to Sega's Virtual-On series. Later, the series appeared in the 2001 game Super Robot Wars Advance, in which Kaine and friends were (unwillingly) mentored first by Gundam Wing's Lucrezia Noin, then later by Gundam 0083's South Burning. The series would later appear in the 2004 game Super Robot Wars MX, where Giganos took center stage as the primary Real Robot antagonists, even usurping the Titans and Neo-Zeon from the so-called "Holy Trinity of Gundam" (Zeta, Double-Zeta, and Char's Counterattack). A late 2004 release saw Dragonar in Super Robot Wars GC/XO, using Giganos as an ally to Zeon, with the Dragonar storyline being closely tied in with the original Mobile Suit Gundam; upon being disabled (i.e. having their head and limbs destroyed and their body crippled), mass-produced Giganos units can be captured by the player's mothership, and then be sold for money, broken down for money and parts, or assigned to any pilot from the series. Dragonar's next video game appearance was in the 2005 game Another Century's Episode, a 3D action game produced by the team of Banpresto and FromSoftware. The game allowed players to control the D-1, D-2, D-3 and, surprisingly, the Gilgazamune, but not the Falguen. The year 2006 brings about Another Century's Episode 2, which features the Custom versions of the Dragonars, as well as the ability to use Meio's Falguen MAFFU and Min's Stark Dyne, as well as Gon Jem's Gilgazamune from the first game. And they are still in part in the Another Century's Episode 3. Although the original type of D-1, D-2, and D-3 are gone, Meio's Falguen Custom, which never appears in the anime, will be added into the game. The series also appear in Harobots, because as Sunrise's series, this series' units can be act as 'wild' units, or player's units. Production Notes[edit] Much confusion had surrounded the early release of this series even before it went on the air. The Japanese anime magazine Animec for example, still hailed the title under the working name "Stillevar", not "Dragonar", despite the fact that the mecha and character designs were already approved.[citation needed] Before the series went to air, there were fans in North America who believed this to be a Gundam prequel. Character Designer: Kenichi Ohnuki Mecha Designer: Kunio Okawara Dragonar first opening directed by: Masami Ōbari References[edit]

^ Great Mechanics, issue 7, 「ガンダムをリニューアルする」

External links[edit]

Official web site (in Japanese) Kiko Senki Dragonar (anime) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia

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1970s

Hazedon (1972–1973) Zero Tester (1973–1974) La Seine no Hoshi (1975) Brave Raideen (1975–1976) Kum-Kum (1975–1976) Chōdenji Robo Combattler V (1976–1977) Dinosaur Expedition Born Free (1976–1977) Robot Child Beeton (1976–1977) Chōdenji Machine Voltes V (1977–1978) Invincible Super Man Zambot 3 (1977–1978) Majokko Tickle (1978–1979) Tōshō Daimos (1978–1979) Invincible Steel Man Daitarn 3 (1978–1979) Cyborg 009 (1979–1980) Mobile Suit Gundam (1979–1980) The Ultraman (1979–1980) Scientific Adventure Team Tansar 5 (1979–1980)

1980s

Invincible Robo Trider G7 (1980–1981) Space Runaway Ideon (1980–1981) Strongest Robo Daiohja (1981–1982) Fang of the Sun Dougram (1981–1983) Combat Mecha Xabungle (1982–1983) Aura Battler Dunbine (1983–1984) Armored Trooper Votoms (1983–1984) Ginga Hyōryū Vifam (1983–1984) Heavy Metal L-Gaim (1984–1985) Giant Gorg (1984) Panzer World Galient (1984–1985) Choriki Robo Galatt (1984–1985) Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (1985–1986) Dirty Pair (1985) Blue Comet SPT Layzner (1985–1986) Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ (1986–1987) Metal Armor Dragonar (1987–1988) City Hunter (1987–1988) Mister Ajikko (1987–1989) Mashin Hero Wataru (1988–1989) Ronin Warriors (1988–1989) City Hunter 2 (1988–1989) Jushin Liger (1989–1990) Madö King Granzört (1989–1990) City Hunter 3 (1989–1990) Patlabor: The TV Series (1989–1990)

1990s

Brave Exkaiser (1990–1991) Mashin Hero Wataru 2 (1990–1991) The Brave Fighter of Sun Fighbird (1991–1992) Future GPX Cyber Formula (1991) City Hunter '91 (1991) Armored Police Metal Jack (1991) Matchless Raijin-Oh (1991–1992) Mama is a 4th Grader (1992) The Brave Fighter of Legend Da-Garn (1992–1993) Genki Bakuhatsu Ganbaruger (1992–1993) The Brave Express Might Gaine (1993–1994) Nekketsu Saikyō Go-Saurer (1993–1994) Mobile Suit Victory Gundam (1993–1994) Shippū! Iron Leaguer (1993–1994) Brave Police J-Decker (1994–1995) Haō Taikei Ryū Knight (1994–1995) Mobile Fighter G Gundam (1994–1995) The Brave of Gold Goldran (1995–1996) Wild Knights Gulkeeva (1995) Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (1995–1996) Brave Command Dagwon (1996–1997) The Vision of Escaflowne (1996) After War Gundam X (1996) Ganbarist! Shun (1996–1997) Raideen the Superior (1996–1997) The King of Braves GaoGaiGar (1997–1998) Ultra Mashin Hero Wataru (1997–1998) Outlaw Star (1998) Ginga Hyōryū Vifam 13 (1998) Sentimental Journey (1998) Brain Powerd (1998) DT Eightron (1998) Gasaraki (1998–1999) Cowboy Bebop (1998–1999) Crest of the Stars (1999) Space Pirate Mito (1999) Aesop World (1999) Angel Links (1999) Betterman (1999) Turn A Gundam (1999–2000) Seraphim Call (1999) The Big O (1999–2000) Infinite Ryvius (1999–2000)

2000s

Mighty Cat Masked Niyander (2000–2001) Banner of the Stars (2000) Dinozaurs: The Series (2000) Brigadoon: Marin & Melan (2000–2001) Argento Soma (2000–2001) Gear Fighter Dendoh (2000–2001) Inuyasha (2000–2004) Z.O.E. Dolores,i (2001) Banner of the Stars II (2001) s-CRY-ed (2001) Crush Gear Turbo (2001–2003) Witch Hunter Robin (2002) Overman King Gainer (2002–2003) Mobile Suit Gundam SEED (2002–2003) The Big O II (2003) Machine Robo Rescue (2003–2004) Crush Gear Nitro (2003–2004) Tank Knights Fortress (2003–2004) Planetes (2003–2004) Superior Defender Gundam Force (2004) Kaiketsu Zorori (2004–2005) Sgt. Frog (2004–2011) My-HiME (2004–2005) Onmyō Taisenki (2004–2005) Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny (2004–2005) Yakitate!! Japan (2004–2006) Majime ni Fumajime Kaiketsu Zorori (2005–2007) GaoGaiGar Final -Grand Glorious Gathering- (2005) Cluster Edge (2005–2006) My-Otome (2005–2006) Zegapain (2006) Gin Tama (2006–2010) Intrigue in the Bakumatsu – Irohanihoheto (2006–2007) Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (2006–2007) Kekkaishi (2006–2008) Dinosaur King (2007–2008) Idolmaster: Xenoglossia (2007) Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (2007–2008) Dinosaur King D-Kids Adventure: Pterosaur Legend (2008) Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (2008) Battle Spirits: Shounen Toppa Bashin (2008–2009) Tales of the Abyss (2008–2009) Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Second Season (2008–2009) The Girl Who Leapt Through Space (2009) Black God (2009) Battle Spirits: Shounen Gekiha Dan (2009–2010) Inuyasha: The Final Act (2009–2010) Hipira (2009)

2010s

SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors (2010–2011) Battle Spirits: Brave (2010–2011) Tiger & Bunny (2011) Gintama' (2011–2012) Sacred Seven (2011) Battle Spirits: Heroes (2011–2012) Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere (2011) Mobile Suit Gundam AGE (2011–2012) Phi Brain: Puzzle of God (2011–2014) Daily Lives of High School Boys (2012) Natsuiro Kiseki (2012) Accel World (2012) Good Luck Girl! (2012) Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere Season 2 (2012) Battle Spirits: Sword Eyes (2012–2013) Gintama': Enchousen (2012–2013) Aikatsu! (2012–2016) Love Live! (2013–2014) Valvrave the Liberator (2013) Battle Spirits: Saikyou Ginga Ultimate Zero (2013–2014) Gundam Build Fighters (2013–2014) Buddy Complex (2014) KERORO (2014) Mobile Suit Gundam-san (2014) Buddy Complex: The Final Chapter (2014) Tribe Cool Crew (2014–2015) Gundam Reconguista in G (2014–2015) Gundam Build Fighters Try (2014–2015) Cross Ange: Rondo of Angels and Dragons (2014–2015) Gintama° (2015–2016) Battle Spirits: Burning Souls (2015–2016) Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans (2015–2017) Brave Beats (2015–2016) Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn RE:0096 (2016) Battle Spirits: Double Drive (2016–2017) Aikatsu Stars! (2016–2018) Love Live! Sunshine!! (2016–2017) Heybot! (2016–2017) ClassicaLoid (2016–present) Magic-kyun Renaissance (2016) Gintama. (2017) Gintama: Porori-hen (2017) Gintama: Shirogane no Tamashii-hen (2018) Gundam Build Divers (2018) Aikatsu Friends! (2018)

Films

Mobile Suit Gundam (1981) Mobile Suit Gundam: Soldiers of Sorrow (1981) Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounters in Space (1982) The Ideon: A Contact (1982) The Ideon: Be Invoked (1982) Crusher Joe (1983) Dougram: Documentary of the Fang of the Sun (1983) Choro-Q Dougram (1983) Xabungle Graffiti (1983) Arion (1986) Dirty Pair: Project Eden (1986) Bats & Terry (1987) Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack (1988) Mobile Suit SD Gundam (1988) The Five Star Stories (1989) City Hunter: .357 Magnum (1989) Mobile Suit SD Gundam's Counterattack (1989) Gunhed (1989) Mobile Suit Gundam F91 (1991) Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: The Last Blitz of Zeon (1992) Mobile Suit SD Gundam Festival (1993) Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz -Special Edition- (1998) Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team: Miller's Report (1998) Firefighter! Daigo of Fire Company M (1999) Crest of the Stars: SPECIAL (2000) Escaflowne: A Girl in Gaea (2000) Banner of the Stars: SPECIAL (2001) Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (2001) Inuyasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time (2001) Turn A Gundam: Earth Light (2002) Turn A Gundam: Moonlight Butterfly (2002) Crush Gear: Kaizaban's Challenge (2002) Inuyasha the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass (2002) Inuyasha the Movie: Swords of an Honorable Ruler (2003) Steamboy (2004) Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Special Edition: The Empty Battlefield (2004) Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Special Edition: The Far-Away Dawn (2004) Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Special Edition: The Rumbling Sky (2004) Inuyasha the Movie: Fire on the Mystic Island (2004) Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam A New Translation: Heirs to the Stars (2005) Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam A New Translation II: Lovers (2005) Keroro Gunsō the Super Movie (2006) Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam A New Translation III: Love is the Pulse of the Stars (2006) Kaiketsu Zorori: The Battle for the Mysterious Treasure (2006) Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny Special Edition: The Shattered World (2006) Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny Special Edition: Their Respective Swords (2006) Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny Special Edition: Flames of Destiny (2006) Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny Special Edition: The Cost of Freedom (2007) Keroro Gunsō the Super Movie 2: The Deep Sea Princess (2007) Chibi Kero: Secret of the Kero Ball!? (2007) SOS! Tokyo Metro Explorers: The Next (2007) Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 3: Keroro vs. Keroro Great Sky Duel (2008) Musha Kero: Debut! Sengoku Planet Ran Big Battle!! (2008) Armored Trooper VOTOMS: The Pailsen Files Movie (2009) Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 4: Gekishin Dragon Warriors (2009) Kero 0: Depart! Assembly of Everyone!! (2009) Keroro Gunso the Super Movie: Creation! Ultimate Keroro, Wonder Space-Time Island (2010) Chō Denei-ban SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors (2010) Gintama: The Movie (2010) King of Thorn (2010) Colorful (2010) Mobile Suit Gundam 00 the Movie: A Wakening of the Trailblazer (2010) s-CRY-ed: Alteration TAO (2011) Sacred Seven: Wings of Gingetsu (2012) s-CRY-ed: Alteration QUAN (2012) Tiger & Bunny: The Beginning (2012) Nerawareta Gakuen (2012) Zorori's Big Big Big Big Adventure! (2012) Gintama: The Movie: The Final Chapter: Be Forever Yorozuya (2013) Short Peace (2013) Kaiketsu Zorori: Protect It! The Dinosaur Egg (2013) Tiger & Bunny: The Rising (2014) Aikatsu! The Movie (2014) Love Live! The School Idol Movie (2015) Aikatsu! Music Awards - The Show Where Everyone Gets an Award! (2015) Kaiketsu Zorori: Uchū no Yūsha-tachi (2015) Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt: December Sky (2016) Accel World: Infinite Burst (2016) Aikatsu! The Targeted Magical Aikatsu Card (2016) Aikatsu Stars! The Movie (2016) Zegapain Adaptation (2016) Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (2017–2018) Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt: Bandit Flower (2017) Mobile Suit Gundam: Twilight Axis Red Trace (2017) Eiga Kaiketsu Zorori ZZ no Himitsu (2017) City Hunter (2019)

OVAs/ONAs

Shiroi Kiba White Fang Monogatari (1982) VIFAM: News from Kachua (1984) VIFAM: The Gathered 13 (1984) VIFAM: The Missing 12 (1985) VOTOMS: The Last Red Shoulder (1985) VIFAM: Kate's Memory (1985) Dirty Pair: Affair of Nolandia (1985) GALIENT: Chapter of Ground (1986) GALIENT: Chapter of Sky (1986) VOTOMS: Big Battle (1986) GALIENT: Chapter of Iron (1986) LAYZNER: Eiji 1996 (1986) LAYZNER: Le Caine 1999 (1986) LAYZNER: Engraved 2000 (1986) L-GAIM: Pentagona Window + Lady Gablae (1986) L-GAIM: Farewell My Lovely + Pentagona Dolls (1987) Dirty Pair: With Love from the Lovely Angels (1987–1988) Dougram vs. Round-Facer (1987) L-GAIM: Fullmetal Soldier (1987) Dead Heat (1987) Dirty Pair 2 (1987–1988) VOTOMS: Roots of Ambition (1988) New Story of Aura Battler Dunbine (1988) Mobile Suit SD Gundam (1988–1990) Starship Troopers (1988) Armor Hunter Mellowlink (1988–1989) Crusher Joe: The Ice Prison (1989) Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket (1989) Ronin Warriors Gaiden (1989) Crusher Joe: The Ultimate Weapon: Ash (1989) Wataru Majinzan (1989) Ronin Warriors: Legend of the Inferno Armor (1989–1990) Dirty Pair: Flight 005 Conspiracy (1990) SD Gundam Gaiden (1990–1991) Obatarian (1990) City Hunter: Bay City Wars (1990) City Hunter: Million Dollar Conspiracy (1990) GRANZORT: The Final Magical Battle (1990) GRANZORT: Non-Stop Rabi (1990) Patlabor: The New Files (1990–1992) Mobile Suit SD Gundam Scramble (1991) Ronin Warriors MESSAGE (1991) Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory (1991–1992) GRANZORT: The Mado Stone (1992) Raijin-Oh FINAL (1992–1993) Future GPX Cyber Formula 11 (1992–1993) Mashin Hero Wataru: The Endless Story (1993–1994) Dirty Pair Flash (1994–1996) VOTOMS: Shining Heresy (1994) Future GPX Cyber Formula ZERO (1994–1995) Ryū Knight: Adeu's Legend (1994–1995) Iron Leaguer: Under of The Banner of Silver Light (1994–1995) Ryū Knight: Adeu's Legend II (1995–1996) City Hunter: The Secret Service (1996) Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team (1996–1999) The Silent Service (1996–1998) Future GPX Cyber Formula EARLY DAYS RENEWAL (1996) Gundam Wing: Operation Meteor (1996) Ryū Knight: Adeu's Legend Final - Onsen Dungeon no Kettō (1996) Future GPX Cyber Formula SAGA (1996–1997) Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz (1997) City Hunter: Good-Bye My Sweetheart (1997) DAGWON: The Boy with Crystal Eyes (1997) Gundam: Mission to the Rise (1998) Dinozone (1998–2000) Future GPX Cyber Formula SIN (1998–2000) Z-Mind (1999) City Hunter: Death of the Vicious Criminal Ryo Saeba (1999) The King of Braves GaoGaiGar Final (2000–2003) Passage of the Stars - Birth (2000) G-Saviour (2000) Zone of the Enders: 2167 Idolo (2001) Afro-Dog (2001) Kanzen Shouri Daiteioh (2001) Gundam Evolve (2001–2007) Argento Soma: Alone and by myself (2002) Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Astray (2004) Mobile Suit Gundam SEED AFTER PHASE (2004) Mobile Suit Gundam MS IGLOO: The Hidden One Year War (2004) Hotori: Tada Saiwai wo Koinegau (2005) Banner of the Stars III (2005) Gin Tama (2005–2016) The Wings of Rean (2005–2006) Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny: FINAL PLUS (2005) Mobile Suit Gundam MS IGLOO: Apocalypse 0079 (2006) Mobile Suit Gundam SEED C.E. 73: Stargazer (2006) Cluster Edge Specials (2006) My-Otome Zwei (2006–2007) Freedom Project (2006–2008) Armored Trooper Votoms: Pailsen Files (2007–2008) Code Geass: Black Rebellion (2008) My-Otome 0: S.ifr (2008) Mobile Suit Gundam MS IGLOO: The Gravity Front (2008–2009) Urusei Yatsura: The Obstacle Course Swim Meet (2008) Code Geass: Zero Requiem (2009) Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Special Edition (2009–2010) Black God: Tiger and Wings (2009) My-HiME: The Black Dance/The Last Supper (2010) My-Otome: The Holy Maiden's Prayer (2010) VOTOMS: Phantom Chapter (2010) Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn (2010–2014) Model Suit Gunpla Builders Beginning G (2010) VOTOMS: Case;Irvine (2010) Votoms Finder (2010) VOTOMS: Alone Again (2011) Coicent (2011) Five Numbers! (2011) Code Geass: Nunnally in Wonderland (2012) Code Geass: Akito the Exiled (2012–2016) Accel World (2012–2013) Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team: Battle in Three Dimensions (2013) Mobile Suit Gundam AGE: Memory of Eden (2013) Love Live! (2013) Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin (2015–2016) Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt (2015–2017) Gundam Build Fighters Try: Island Wars (2016) Dream Festival! (2016) Mobile Suit Gundam: Twilight Axis (2017) Gundam Build Fighters: Battlogue (2017) Dream Festival! R (2017) Gundam Build Fighters: GM's Counterattack (2017) Mobile Suit Gundam The Origin: Loum Arc (2017–2018) Gundam Build Divers: Prologue (2018) Isekai Izakaya ~Koto Aitheria no Izakaya Nobu~ (2018)

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