Three New Gundam Series Announced Including New Mainline TV Anime

The world of Gundam is about to get even bigger, as Gundam’s official website (via Funimation) has announced on Wednesday that three new anime projects will be coming to the franchise next year.

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First up, and perhaps most exciting amongst the news, is that a brand new mainline Gundam TV anime series will launch for the first time since Iron-Blooded Orphans in 2015. The series — Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch from Mercury — is currently in production, with no other release details or even information on the plot revealed.

Alongside the news of a new mainline series, a brand new anime film was also announced. Directed by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko, the character designer for the very first Mobile Suit Gundam series and creator of Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin, the newest film is titled Mobile Suit Gundam: Cucuruz Doan’s Island, and will launch sometime in 2022. According to the website, the film will be a “reimagining of the 15th episode of Mobile Suit Gundam.”

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Finally, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans will be getting a nine-part television compilation release that is set to air in Spring 2022. The compilation will also feature a preview of Urðr-Hunt, a spin-off anime that is set to be released alongside the Iron-Blooded Orphans G game for mobile devices in Spring 2022.


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