Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ (TV)

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[ part of [Gundam], sequel of Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (TV) ]

Related anime:
    Gundam Frag (OAV) (side story)
    Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ (manga) (adaptation)
      Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ Side Story: Mirage of Zeon (manga) (spinoff)
    Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack (movie) (sequel)
      Double Fake: Under the Gundam (manga) (prequel)
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        Mobile Suit Gundam F90 (manga) (spinoff)
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      Mobile Suit Gundam UC (OAV) (sequel)
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      Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack Beltorchika's Children (manga) (alternate retelling)
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Alternative title:
Gundam Double Zeta 
Gundam ZZ 
Kidō Senshi Gundam ZZ (Japanese) 
Mobile Suit Gundam Double Zeta 
機動戦士ガンダムZZ (Japanese) 
Genres: action , comedy , drama , science fiction 
Themes: mecha , military , real robot 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary: The year is Universal Century 0088. Directly after the end of the Gryps War, Haman Karn and her army of Zeon remnants on the asteroid Axis begin their quest of reviving the lost empire of the Zabi's, and proclaim themselves as the Neo-Zeon. With the Earth Federation as hapless as ever, only the Anti-Earth Union Group (AEUG) is able oppose the plans of Neo-Zeon. In need of all the help it can get after being decimated in the previous war and losing many of its key members, the AEUG ship Argama enlists the aid of a young junk collector from the Side 1 colony of Shangri-La named Judau Ashta to pilot its newest mobile suit, the ZZ Gundam. 
User Ratings: 352 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 21 votes (sub:15, dub:4, ?:1, others:1
1 Tagalog dubbed
)
 Excellent: 26 votes (sub:20, dub:3, ?:2, raw:1)
 Very good: 68 votes (sub:57, dub:7, ?:2, raw:1, others:1
1 Cantonese dubbed
)
 Good: 105 votes (sub:88, dub:9, raw:5, others:3
2 Spanish subtitled
1 Korean subtitled
)
 Decent: 57 votes (sub:50, dub:5, edit.dub:1, raw:1)
 So-so: 30 votes (sub:25, dub:5)
 Not really good: 18 votes (sub:16, dub:2)
 Weak: 13 votes (sub:11, raw:2)
 Bad: 5 votes (sub:5)
 Awful: 6 votes (sub:6)
 Worst ever: 3 votes (sub:3)
Seen in part or in whole by 824 users, rank: #1226 (of 6012)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.653 (Good−), std. dev.: 1.9611, rank: #3133 (of 6005)
Weighted mean: 6.529 (Good−), rank: #3336 (of 6005) (seen all: 6.65 / seen some: 6.48 / won't finish: 3.18)
Bayesian estimate: 6.562 (Good−), rank: #3023 (of 4573)
Running time: Half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 47 
Episode titles: We have 47
Vintage: 1986-03-01 to 1987-01-31 
Opening Theme:
#1: "Anime Ja Nai - Yume wo Wasureta Furui Chikyūjin yo" (アニメじゃない〜夢を忘れた古い地球人よ〜; It's Not an Anime - You Antiquated Earthlings Who Have Forgotten Dreams) by Masato Arai (eps 1-25) 
#2: "Silent Voice" (サイレント・ヴォイス) by Jun Hiroe (eps 26-47) 
Ending Theme:
#1: "Jidai ga Naiteiru" (時代が泣いている; The Times are Crying) by Masato Arai (eps 1-25) 
#2: "Issenman-Nen Ginga" (一千万年銀河; The Ten-Million-Year Galaxy) by Jun Hiroe (eps 26-47) 
Insert song:
"Hoshizora no Believe" (星空のBelieve; Believe in the Starry Sky) by Mami Ayukawa (ep 20) 
"Zeta - Toki wo Koete" (Z・刻をこえて; Zeta - Transcending Times) by Mami Ayukawa (ep 1) 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director: Yoshiyuki Tomino 
Scenario:
Akinori Endo (22 episodes
eps 3-13 odd, 16-19, 22-23, 25, 27-28, 32, 34, 37, 41, 43, 46-47
)
 
Hidemi Kamata 
Ken Terasawa (Composition; ep 1) 
Minoru Yokitani (eps 44, 47) 
Yumiko Suzuki 
Music: Shigeaki Saegusa 
Original creator:
Hajime Yatate 
Yoshiyuki Tomino 
Original Manga: Toshiya Murakami 
Character Design: Hiroyuki Kitazume 
Art Director: Shigemi Ikeda 
Mecha design: Mika Akitaka (eps 12-47) 
Sound Director: Sadayoshi Fujino 
Director of Photography: Akio Saitô 
Producer:
Juichi Kamiya (TV Nagoya) 
Kenji Uchida (Nihon Sunrise) 
Mitsushige Inagaki (Sotsu Agency) 

Key Animation:
Atsuko Ishida (ep 15) 
Kazuchika Kise (4 episodes
eps 20, 24, 27, 34
)
 
Kenichiro Nakamura (eps 16, 22) 
Satoru Utsunomiya (ep 21) 
Shinya Ohira (eps 25, 29) 
Toshihiro Kawamoto 
Yasuyuki Noda 
Mecha Base Design:
Makoto Kobayashi 
Yutaka Izubuchi 
Mechanical animation Director: Yorihisa Uchida 
Production Desk: Kouji Takamori (eps 2-47) 
Production Runner: Kazuki Akane (8 episodes
eps 6, 11, 16, 21, 26, 34, 40, 46
)
 
Sound Producer: Keiko Senda 
Theme Song Lyrics: Yasushi Akimoto (OP 1 and ED 1) 
Theme Song Performance:
Jun Hiroe (OP2, ED2) 
Masato Arai (OP1, ED1) 
Kazuki Yao as Judau Ashta 
Tsutomu Kashiwakura as Glemy Toto 
Yoshiko Sakakibara as Haman Karn 

Chieko Honda as
Elpeo Ple 
Ple Two 
Eriko Hara as Elle Vianno 
Hazuki Kadoma as Chara Soon 
Hirotaka Suzuoki as Bright Noa 
Kayoko Fujii as Emary Ounce 
Kenyuu Horiuchi as Mashymre Cello 
Kôzô Shioya as Mondo Agake 
Masami Kikuchi as Iino Abbav 
Maya Okamoto as Leina Ashta 
Naoko Matsui as Roux Louka 
Ryunosuke Ohbayashi as Rakan Dakaran 
Shingo Hiromori as Beecha Oleg 

Banjou Ginga as Gihren Zabi(ep 1) 
Bin Shimada as
Nie Gihren 
Niki 
Chika Sakamoto as Shinta 
Fumihiko Tachiki as Panpa Rida 
Hideyuki Umezu as Nelmarsen 
Hiroyuki Shibamoto as
Creyue Oye 
Torres 
Houchu Ohtsuka as Yazan Gable 
Ichirô Nagai as Narrator(ep 1) 
Jun'ichi Kanemaru as Chimatter 
Junichi Sugawara as
Dale 
Dana Kirai 
Elo Melloe 
Katsumi Suzuki as Yan 
Katsumi Toriumi as Taman 
Kazuyo Aoki as Anma 
Kenichi Ogata as Dido Kaltoha 
Kenichi Ono as Ein 
Kimie Sawaki as Illia Pazom 
Kiyonobu Suzuki as Hayato Kobayashi 
Kouji Totani as
August Gidan 
Gottn Goh 
Kôzô Shioya as
Bian 
Magany 
Saegusa 
Kumiko Watanabe as
Milliam 
Peter 
Kyouko Tonguu as Amatha Pola 
Masaharu Satou as
Hasan 
Magany(ep 46) 
Rohm 
Masako Irie as Anna Hanna 
Masami Kikuchi as
Keithron 
Wyme 
Masaru Ikeda as Gadeb Jasin 
Mayumi Shou as
Haro 
Qum 
Miki Itou as Mineva Lao Zabi 
Minoru Inaba as
Dune 
Magany 
Miyuki Matsuoka as Fa Yuiri 
Naoki Makishima as Beats 
Naoki Tatsuta as
Danny 
Dudemo 
Nobuo Tobita as Kamille Bidan 
Nozomu Sasaki as Lunan 
Rei Sakuma as Rutina Revin 
Ryuichi Horibe as Role 
Saeko Shimazu as
Four Murasame(ep 1) 
Masai Ngava 
Sayuri Ikemoto as Anu 
Shigeru Ushiyama as Madchar Mucha 
Shingo Hiromori as Astonaige Medoz 
Shinya Ohtaki as Arius Moma 
Shunsuke Takamiya as
Caesar 
Yular Jamico 
Shuuichi Ikeda as Char Aznable(ep 1) 
Takaya Hashi as
Roy Revin 
White 
Takkou Ishimori as Karahan 
Tesshô Genda as
Desert Rommel 
Gemon Bajack 
Tohru Furuya as Amuro Ray(ep 1) 
Tomie Kataoka as Old Woman 
Tomomichi Nishimura as
Damar 
Stampa Halloi 
Yasuo Muramatsu as Tandem 
You Inoue as Sayla Mass 
You Yoshimura as Chief 
Yukimasa Natori as Won Lee 
Yuko Mizutani as Milly Childer 
Yumi Mitani as Cecilia 
Yuriko Yamamoto as
Rasara Moon 
Sarasa Moon 
Yuuichi Meguro as
June Kock 
Lance Gylen 
Japanese companies
Development: Tokyo Laboratory 
Distributor: Bandai Visual 
Finish Animation:
Artland (ep 6) 
Hadashi Pro (eps 32-33, 37) 
Just 
Kino Production (ep 28) 
Studio Act (ep 5) 
Studio Mac 
Studio NOA (8 episodes
eps 6, 10, 14, 18, 20, 24, 28, 32
)
 
Sunrise 
In-Between Animation:
Kitty Films (ep 20) 
Miyuki Pro 
Neo Media (ep 16) 
Studio Dub 
Studio Mac (ep 11) 
Studio Mark 
Studio Max (ep 47) 
Wombat (ep 26) 
Key Animation:
Hadashi Pro (ep 41) 
Kaname Production (eps 7, 11) 
Neo Media (ep 35) 
Studio Dub 
Mecha Design: Shindosha (eps 1-47) 
Music Production: Starchild Records 
Photography: Asahi Production 
Recording Studio: New Japan Studio (eps 2-47) 
Titles: Maki Pro (eps 2-47) 
English staff
English cast
Translation: Neil Nadelman 

Subtitle QC: Alicia Ashby 
Subtitling: Neil Nadelman 
Andrea Kwan as Leina Ashta 
Darren Pleavin as Judau Ashta(Animax dub) 

Candice Moore as Haman Karn 
Russell Wait as
Beecha 
Mashymere cello 

English companies
ADR Production: Omni Productions (Animax dub) 
Broadcaster:
Animax Asia (PHIL: May 02, SEA: May 25) 
Animax India 
Internet Streaming: Daisuki 
Subtitles: Animax Asia 
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