After War Gundam X (TV)

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Alternative title:
Gundam X
Kidō Shin Seiki Gundam X (Japanese)
Mobile New Century Gundam X
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: When one space colony declared its independence from United Nations Earth, the devastating 7th Space War, an all-out war between Earth and space, resulted. The UNE responded to the Space Revolutionary Army with mobile suits, called Gundams. However, the SRA forces played their trump card and dropped hundreds of space colonies onto the Earth, plunging the planet into a seven-year-long nuclear winter. The UNE collapsed, but the SRA was unable to invade the Earth in the aftermath of the colony drop. Fifteen years have passed. The year is now After War 0015, and a New UNE has sprung up on Earth to restore order. In space, the colonial leaders have been rebuilding their own forces as well. By chance, fifteen-year-old Garrod Ran has discovered an old UNE mobile suit, the Gundam X, and now he uses it to help out the Vulture ship Freeden in its struggle to keep the powers that be from repeating the mistakes of the past.
User Ratings: 518 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 27 votes (sub:21, dub:2, raw:2, others:2
2 Spanish subtitled
 Excellent: 94 votes (sub:82, dub:7, ?:3, raw:1, others:1
1 Russian subtitled
 Very good: 156 votes (sub:139, dub:8, raw:4, ?:2, others:3
1 Tagalog dubbed
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Korean subtitled
 Good: 115 votes (sub:99, dub:11, raw:3, others:2
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 French subtitled
 Decent: 64 votes (sub:55, dub:6, ?:2, raw:1)
 So-so: 35 votes (sub:30, dub:4, others:1
1 Tagalog dubbed
 Not really good: 11 votes (sub:9, dub:1, edit.dub:1)
 Weak: 11 votes (sub:9, raw:2)
 Bad: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Awful: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Worst ever: 2 votes (sub:2)
Seen in part or in whole by 1416 users, rank: #818 (of 6832)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.355 (Good+), std. dev.: 1.6278, rank: #1730 (of 6848)
Weighted mean: 7.298 (Good+), rank: #1718 (of 6848) (seen all: 7.49 / seen some: 6.47 / won't finish: 4.86)
Bayesian estimate: 7.303 (Good+), rank: #1493 (of 5160)
Running time: Half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 39
Episode titles: We have 39
1996-04-05 to 1996-12-28
2001-06 (Philippines - GMA Network)
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
#1: "Dreams" by ROmantic Mode (eps 1-26)
#2: "Resolution" by ROmantic Mode (eps 27-39)
Ending Theme:
#1: "Human Touch" by Warren Wiebe (eps 1-13,39)
#2: "Human Touch - Japanese Version" by Re-Kiss (eps 14-26)
#3: "Gin-Iro Horizon" (銀色Horizon; Silver Horizon) by Satomi Nakase (eps 27-38)
Official website:
Gundam X Web (Japanese)
Trivia: We have 3
Due to low TV ratings and merchandise sales, Gundam X was cut short by 10 episodes from its planned 49 episodes. In the Kantō region of Japan, the broadcaster and co-producer of the show, TV Asahi, also switched its timeslot to a dismal Saturday morning 6 am slot after 26 episodes, which led to even lower ratings. The cancellation marked the end almost 4 straight years of weekly Gundam broadcast and the show was the last Gundam series to be aired on TV Asahi (though G-Saviour would later be the last Gundam work to air on TV Asahi).
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DVD (Region 1)
    After War Gundam X - Collection 1 (Sub.DVD) 2016-06-07 (from $31.49)
    After War Gundam X - Collection 2 (Sub.DVD) 2016-07-05 (from $28.79)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Shinji Takamatsu
Series Composition: Hiroyuki Kawasaki
Scenario: Hiroyuki Kawasaki
Music: Yasuo Higuchi
Character Design: Nobuyoshi Nishimura
Art Director: Masaru Sato
Sound Director: Yasuo Uragami
Director of Photography: Youichi Oogami
Atsushi Kaji (TV Asahi; ep 1~26)
Hideyuki Tomioka (Sunrise)
Junichi Kimura (TV Asahi)
Taro Iwamoto (TV Asahi; eps 27-39)

Editing: Toshio Henmi
In-Between Animation:
Hiromi Oikawa (Studio Dub)
Kaoru Yamauchi (Studio Dub)
Kazuyo Tominaga (Studio Dub)
Reiko Saito (Studio Dub)
Satoshi Tazawa (Studio Dub)
Shinya Hozumi (Studio Dub)
Tetsuya Ishikawa (Studio Dub)
Setting Cooperation:
Hajime Katoki
Yuichi Hasegawa
Theme Song: ROmantic Mode (OP)
Theme Song Arrangement:
Kenichi Sudo (ED2)
Tom Keane (ED, ED3)
Theme Song Composition:
Kingo Hamada (ED3)
Tom Keane (ED, ED2)
Theme Song Lyrics:
Mitsuko Komuro (ED3)
Susanne Marie Edgren (ED, ED2)
Theme Song Performance:
Mica Okudoi (ED 2)
Re-Kiss (ED 2)
Satomi Nakase (ED 3)
Warren Wiebe (ED)
Kenyuu Horiuchi as Jamil Neate
Mika Kanai as Tiffa Adill
Wataru Takagi as Garrod Ran

Chieko Honda as Ennil El
Daiki Nakamura as Shingo Mori
Hiroshi Naka as Techs Farzenbarg
Hiroshi Takemura as Lancelow Darwell
Kazuya Nakai as Witz Sou
Kotono Mitsuishi as Toniya Malme
Motoko Kumai as Kid Salsamille
Nozomu Sasaki as Olba Frost
Takumi Yamazaki as Roybea Loy
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Shagia Frost
Yuko Mizutani as Carris Nautilus
Yumi Kakazu as Sala Tyrrell

Atsushi Ii as Togusa Ain
Eiji Maruyama as Lee Jackson (eps 25-27)
Hidetoshi Nakamura as Abel Bauer
Hideyuki Umezu as Nicola Faphus
Hikaru Miyata as Royzer
Hirohiko Kakegawa as Grant Stewart (eps 25-28)
Hiroko Emori as Koltol (ep 15)
Hiroshi Ishida as Rosso Aramant (ep 4)
Hiroshi Matsumoto as Miles Goodman
Isshin Chiba as
city person (ep 12)
Nine (ep 16)
Junichi Sugawara as secretary
Kazuhiko Kishino as Seidel Rasso
Kazuhiro Nakata as Nomoa Long
Keiichi Nanba as Lumark Kauto (eps 20, 27)
Keiji Fujiwara as Grits Joe (eps 4-5)
Kentarou Itou as fake newtype (ep 1)
Koji Yusa as Demar Griffe (ep 26)
Kumiko Watanabe as Yurina Sanohara
Kunihiko Yasui as Rooks Hanomark (eps 25-28)
Kyousei Tsukui as Milra Draid (eps 26, 28)
Mari Yokoo as Shora (ep 15)
Masako Katsuki as Vedba Morute (ep 2)
Masako Miura as girl friend A (ep 15)
Masashi Hirose as Katokk Alzamille
Megumi Urawa as Karon Ratto (ep 30)
Michihiro Ikemizu as bartender (ep 15)
Miki Itou as girl friend B (ep 15)
Miki Nagasawa as Pala Sys
Minoru Inaba as Rike Anto (eps 1-2)
Mitsuaki Madono as Duett Langraph (eps 26-27)
Narumi Hidaka as Roza Intenso (eps 4-5)
Nobuo Tobita as Dorza (ep 16)
Shin Aomori as Fixx Bloodman
Showtaro Morikubo as Willis Aramis (eps 25-28)
Tohru Furusawa as
Krocca (ep 1)
Marcus Guy
Zakot Dattonel
Toshihiko Nakajima as Nerar Gamou
Unshou Ishizuka as Aimzat Kartral
Urara Takano as Drasso (ep 15)
Yukitoshi Hori as
Jenos Crisis
Romanov (eps 25-26, 28)
Yumi Touma as Saeria (ep 15)
Yuri Amano as Onimin (ep 15)
Yutaro Mitsuoka as
D.O.M.E. (ep 39)
Yuzuru Fujimoto as Fon Alternative (eps 3-5)
Japanese companies
English staff
English companies
English cast
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
Carlo Eduardo Labalan as Garrod Ran
Phil Cruz as Jamil Neate

Carlo Eduardo Labalan as Shagia Frost

Phil Cruz as D.O.M.E.

Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: GMA Network

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