Gundam Book Club is in its fifth season! Season 1 covered Gundam Sentinel. Season 2 was all about the Revival of Zeon manga created by Kazuhisa Kondo. A previous season featured Gunpla and the first episode was my top 5 gunpla builds! Season 4 looked at the 1988 manga by Kazuhisa Kondo "The Dogs of War" set in UC 0092. Season 5 starts where season 1 ended. I looked at why Gundam Sentinel was never animated.
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This episode covers the short manga story by Kondoh san featuring the immortal Frederick Braun. This story is set in UC 0079 in the waning days of the One Year War. Zeon forces are preparing for a special operation deep in Solomon. Braun was ordered ... more
The Wow Cool Robot podcast inspired me to make this episode. Gundam Sentinel is my all-time favorite Gundam side story so it only makes sense to do an episode devoted to my ranking of the mobile suits designed by Katoki san and others. Please rem... more
Yes, it has been a minute or seven months, but whos counting? This episode is another story featuring the exploits of Captain Braun between the events of Gundam Double Zeta and Chars Counterattack. more
This podcast is a great experience them in learning more about this novel. If you never got a chance to ever hear the story of Gundam Sentinel then this would be the podcast for you. more
I’m really interested in Gundam Sentinal and an avid listening of Mobile Suit Breakdown, thus leading me here. I do have a few critiques however, I think the audio mixing is off, I can barely hear the narrator talk because the music is so loud coupled with a lot of lip smacking during breaths. I really want to continue listening and would appreciate more annunciation.
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Gundam Book Club launched 3 years ago and published 38 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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