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Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ Part 2 Collectors Edition Review****-

Cert 12 | 21 x 24 mins

4 Star

Life, Death and Mobile Suits.

From 1986 comes the classic and hugely popular mecha anime from director Yoshiyuki Tomino (Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam, Gundam Reconguista in G). Courteously brought by All The Anime, comes the second and final part of the ZZ story in this Collectors Edition.

The pilots of the Argama are stranded in the desert after their battle and victory over the Desert Rommel platoon. They are hot and short of water as Jadau takes the Core Fighter, to find a source of water. He spots a camel and thinks he can drink from its hump. When he lands the owner of the camel informs his information about the camel is wrong and gives him some water. She offers to show him where the Oasis is located. On the way they come across the other pilots and show them the way to go to find the water as Jadau and Puru go back for the Core Fighter of the ZZ. The woman wasn’t as helpful as the guys thought as she is seen going into a cave where her (dead) husband’s Suit is stored, she starts it up and attacks.

She wants to avenge her husband’s death and blames the new comers for his death. She fights hard and the others have trouble with her until Jadau shows up and manages to overpower her. She tries to do a suicide move but Jadau manages to stop her and pull her out of the suit before it explodes.

The next twenty episodes are when things get really serious. Jadau’s Newtype powers start to show as he tries to save his sister from the titans and all the former enemies come together for peace with the corrupt Earth Federation and Neo Zeon. But Haman of the Neo Zeon has other plans for her cause and they involve Jadau. Hang onto to your helmets. The future of the human race is out there. Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ is full of friendship, loyalties, rivalries and senseless death, lots of senseless death.

“Goddamn Adults!”

Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ Collectors Edition is available on Blu-ray.

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DirectorYoshiyuki Tomino
GenreAction, Adventure, Drama
Available to buy on : Own 1986 on Blu-Ray
Category: Anime, Blu-ray, Dubbed, Review