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by Kazuhisa Kondo

eBook Mobile Suit Gundam 0079, Volume 3 download ISBN: 1569316643
Author: Kazuhisa Kondo
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC; 1 edition (January 5, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 176
ePub: 1389 kb
Fb2: 1147 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Teenager
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Mobile Suit Gundam 0079 is a manga written and illustrated by Kazuhisa Kondo based on the TV series Mobile Suit Gundam.

Mobile Suit Gundam 0079 is a manga written and illustrated by Kazuhisa Kondo based on the TV series Mobile Suit Gundam. Originally published in Japan from 1993 to 2005, it was later licensed and released by Viz between 2000 and 2003. However, only nine of the twelve volumes were released

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Mobile Suit Gundam 0079, Volume 3. Kazuhisa Kondo. This is the final volume that Viz published for this series. Like the other books, Kondo does a great job at the art and the story follows very closely to the TV series. A few mecha designs were changed including the Big Zam and Gyan but overall very similar. If you’ve seen the show, then you know what’s going to happen. Still can’t get used to the flipped imagery due to making the book read left to right and there are zero extras. Perhaps it can be published in its entirety by another publisher but for now, it’s left incomplete at 9 volumes.

Mobile Suit: Gundam (or 0079, as fans call this specific series) is a widely known anime phenomenon. Of course since your here looking at this product, I'm going to assume that you know all about it. So, let me tell you some things that you might really be wanting to know about this specific manga instead of giving you just a summary about the series. Alot of mangas mix and mash their panels together for a more dramatic affect, but they sometimes just end up making it harder for the reader to know where to go next. This manga lays it out very nice, adhering to a standard 'box - box - box' type of layout. The cover is also very nice and sleak, and fits well amongst the other volumes in the series.

The first one is Mobile Suit Gundam 0079 by Kazuhisa Kondo. It was published in Dengeki Comics from 1985 to 1986 in a total of twelve tankōbon volumes. Viz Media later published its first nine volumes between 2000 and 2003. The second manga is Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin by anime character designer Yoshikazu Yasuhiko. It was published from June 2001 to June 2011 in Kadokawa Shoten's Gundam Ace magazine and collected in a total of 23 tankōbon volumes.

Book in the Mobile Suit Gundam 0079 Series). The anime series "Mobile Suit Gundam", (on which this manga is based) holds a Star Trek like place in Japanese culture, having spawned multiple sequals and many imitators. Gundam moved the "giant robot genre" out of the giant robot superheros area and into the "giant robots as war machines of the future" mode. This book is part of the continuing story of what.

Kazuhisa Kondo artist, cover, writer. Mobile Suit Gundam 0079.

Manufacturer: VIZ Media LLC Release date: 5 January 2003 ISBN-10 : 1569316643 ISBN-13: 9781569316641.

Mobile Suit Gundam 0079 is retelling of the story remembered so well in Japan-of a war occurring on Earth's not-so-far-off future, when humanity's millions living in orbiting space colonies begin to push for their independence from the government of Earth, and new weapon called . .

Mobile Suit Gundam 0079 is retelling of the story remembered so well in Japan-of a war occurring on Earth's not-so-far-off future, when humanity's millions living in orbiting space colonies begin to push for their independence from the government of Earth, and new weapon called a "Mobile suit" becomes the deciding factor in battle.

After a Zeon attack on the colony of Side 7 forces colonists to be moved to the Federation ship White Base, fifteen-year-old colonist Amuro Ray is called upon to pilot the Federation's new Gundam on the front line of battle.
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Lynnak
In the third installment of the Mobile Suit Gundam 0079 series, it starts with a small show of power by M'Quve's new Adzam Mobile Armor and Amuro meeting Ramba Ral in a neutral town while Amuro is away from White Base after deserting it. White Base falls under attack and Amuro grows up a little and heads back to help only to find the very man he met, Ramba Ral, being his enemy in the battle. Ramba in his Gouf challenge Amuro and the Gundam to a sword fight and Ramba loses the Gouf but still lives to see another battle...and that he does! Ramba falls back but only to devise a plan to attack the White Base guerrilla warfare style in hand-to-hand combat. Ramba launches his attack with his men and gets into the White Base but is ultimately foiled by the Gundam and Ramba sacrifices himself to show the men how a true warrior dies. Hamon, Ramba's partner, sets out a revenge attack on White Base to avenge Ramba and nearly completes her mission but her plan is foiled when Ryu takes out a Core Fighter and suicide rams it right into her Magella Top and kills the both of them. However, the White Base crew is given no time to mourn the death of Ryu as Lt. Matilda is sent out to supply the White Base with special upgrades and comes under attack by a squad of Goufs on Dodai Ys planes and the White Base is sent out to assist them. However, the question is, what are the upgrades due for the White Base?

Overall, this one had a bit of a slow story to it. It finally finished off the Ramba Ral story arc with the death of both Ramba and Hamon along with the White Base member Ryu. Along with that, the Adzam is barely shown for just a few panels and the final panel hints at a redesigned G-Fighter making an appearance in volume 4. This isn't a crucial volume to have and it still sticks to the T.V. Show story but very abridged in this particular volume. Not a must-have but still one to get for the story and introduction to the overly-ridiculous G-Fighter!
Onaxan
...The anime series "Mobile Suit Gundam", (on which this manga is based) holds a Star Trek like place in Japanese culture, having spawned multiple sequals and many imitators.
Gundam moved the "giant robot genre" out of the giant robot superheros area and into the "giant robots as war machines of the future" mode.
This book is part of the continuing story of what happens when children at an obscure research post find themselves pressed into service as child soldiers.
This particular book starts as Amuro, the main character, is not handling it well and has taken off with the war machine he operates.
I enjoyed it as much as the others in this series. The art is good. The characters work. There's more giant robot battles than I'm normally looking for in fiction, but honestly, it's a war story. What should I expect?