SD Gundam Force (TV)

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Alternative title:
SDガンダムフォース (Japanese)
SD鋼彈FORCE (Chinese (Taiwan))
Superior Defender Gundam Force
Themes: mecha
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: The land of Neotopia is attacked by the Dark Axis, evil invaders from another dimension who wish to conquer this land. Neotopia's answer: the secret Super Dimensional Guard and their defenders, the Gundam Force. Led by Captain Gundam, the Gundam Force and its team of Gundams with special abilities are aided by a boy named Shute as they stop at nothing to defend the land from the Dark Axis and to defeat them once and for all.
User Ratings: 493 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 7 votes (dub:5, sub:2)
 Excellent: 6 votes (dub:2, ?:1, edit.dub:1, raw:1, others:1
1 Tagalog dubbed
 Very good: 11 votes (dub:7, sub:4)
 Good: 25 votes (dub:15, sub:4, edit.dub:2, ?:2, others:2
2 Indonesian dubbed
 Decent: 36 votes (dub:20, sub:8, edit.dub:7, ?:1)
 So-so: 33 votes (dub:19, sub:7, edit.dub:6, ?:1)
 Not really good: 35 votes (dub:26, edit.dub:5, sub:3, ?:1)
 Weak: 44 votes (dub:28, edit.dub:9, sub:5, ?:2)
 Bad: 50 votes (dub:43, edit.dub:6, sub:1)
 Awful: 76 votes (dub:60, sub:13, edit.dub:1, ?:1, others:1
1 Cantonese subtitled
 Worst ever: 170 votes (dub:115, sub:33, edit.dub:16, ?:4, raw:1, others:1
1 Tagalog dubbed
Seen in part or in whole by 1173 users, rank: #995 (of 7525)
Median rating: Bad
Arithmetic mean: 2.466 (Bad+), std. dev.: 2.6525, rank: #7499 (of 7553)
Weighted mean: 2.620 (Weak−), rank: #7498 (of 7553) (seen all: 3.74 / seen some: 2.62 / won't finish: 1.49)
Bayesian estimate: 2.746 (Weak−), rank: #5709 (of 5711)
Running time: 24 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 52
Episode titles: We have 52
2003-09-01 to 2004-03-05 (Season One - USA)
2004-01-07 to 2004-06-30 (Season One - Japan)
2004-07-07 to 2004-12-29 (Season Two - Japan)
2004-09-10 to 2005-03-25 (Season One - Canada, YTV)
Opening Theme:
#1: "Sunrise" by Puffy (eps 1-13)
#2: "Love & Peace" by little by little (eps 14-26)
#3: "Taiyou Ni Kogarete (Yearn For The Sun)" by Harebare (eps 27-52)
Ending Theme:
#1: "Shinjiru Chikara" by Whiteberry (eps 1-13)
#2: "Kokoro Odoru (Dancing Heart)" by nobodyknows+ (eps 14-26)
#3: "Kimi To Boku (You And I)" by I WiSH (eps 27-38)
#4: "Koishikute... (I Miss You...)" by Les.R (eps 39-52)
Official website:
Season 1 of the series aired in the U.S. four months ahead of the Japanese release. This was the first Gundam series to ever air in North America before Japan. However, North American markets did not receive the Season 2 episodes.
Meanwhile, in Japan, SD Gundam Force scored a 2.1% viewership - the lowest viewer rating of all Gundam titles, despite running for 52 episodes.
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DVD (Region 1)
    SD Gundam Force - All New Adventures (Anime Legends) (DVD) 2008-05-20
    SD Gundam Force - The Hero Arrives (DVD 1) 2004-02-03 (from $10.99)
    SD Gundam Force - New Allies (DVD 2) 2004-02-03
    SD Gundam Force - Heroes United (DVD 3) 2004-04-27
    SD Gundam Force - Unknown Dangers (DVD 4) 2004-04-27 (from $10.99)
    SD Gundam Force - Up In The Sky (DVD 5) 2004-10-12
    SD Gundam Force - The Dark Axis Strikes Back (DVD 6) 2004-10-12
    SD Gundam Force - When Swords Clash (DVD 7) 2004-12-14
    SD Gundam Force - Neotopia Under Attack (DVD 8) 2004-12-14
    SD Gundam Force - Last Hope for Victory (DVD 9) 2005-01-04

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Yuuichi Abe
Kazuho Hyodo (4 episodes
eps 5, 9, 17, 24

Koujirou Nakamura (6 episodes
eps 1-2, 6, 14, 20, 26

Natsuko Takahashi (ep 11)
Nobuhiro Kondo (ep 16)
Tatsuto Higuchi (5 episodes
eps 3, 7, 15, 19, 25

Tetsuo Tanaka (eps 10, 18, 22)
Toshizo Nemoto (8 episodes
eps 36-37, 40, 44-45, 49-51

Yasuhiro Akita (6 episodes
eps 29-30, 33-35, 46

Yuichiro Takeda (13 episodes
eps 4, 8, 16, 21, 23, 27-28, 31-32, 42-43, 47-48

Yuuichi Abe (17 episodes
eps 7-8, 11-13, 20, 22-24, 26, 38-39, 41, 46-48, 52

Storyboard: Toshiyuki Kubooka (eps 29, 36, 50)
Episode Director: Tomomi Mochizuki
Music: Yoshihiro Ike
Character Design: Takahiro Kimura
Art Director: Gou Toutsuki
Sound Director: Keiichi Momose
Cgi Director: Yoshinobu Inano
Assistant Director: Nobuhiro Kondo
CG Model Supervisor: Tadao Kodaka
CG Producer: Yoshishige Matsuno
CG Technical Director: Kenichi Suzuki
Color Coordination: Sayoko Yokoyama
Episode Manager:
Daisuke Saito (Frameworks Entertainment)
Kentaro Inoue (Radix)
Kentaro Takahashi (Radix)
Satoshi Hirayama
Graphic Design: Eiichi Hagiwara
Theme Song Performance:
Harebare (OP3)
Little by Little (OP2)
nobodyknows+ (ED2)
Puffy (OP)
Whiteberry (ED)
Title Design: Eiichi Hagiwara
Hiroshi Kamiya as Captain Gundam
Romi Park as Shute
Shūichi Ikeda as Commander Sazabi
Susumu Chiba as Bakunetsumaru, Ninja Gundam

Akiko Nakagawa as
Daisuke Namikawa as Guneagle
Eiji Yanagisawa as
Zapper Zaku
Hiroshi Matsumoto as Destroyer Dom
Juurouta Kosugi as Kanzenzen Daishogun
Kazuya Nakai as Gundiver
Kentaro Ito as Deathscythe, The Knight of Darkness
Mantarô Iwao as Grappler Gouf
Mitsuki Saiga as Zero The Winged Knight
Taiten Kusunoki as Tallgeese, Knight Of The Tempest
Takahiro Yoshimizu as Chief Haro

Akio Ohtsuka as Professor Gerbera
Aya Hisakawa as Keiko
Daisuke Kita as Zako Soldier
Daisuke Namikawa as Hogaremaru
Eiji Maruyama as Britainmaru
Eiji Yanagisawa as Gunpanzer
Erino Hazuki as Koa
Hirofumi Nojima as Kijumaru
Hiroshi Matsumoto as Patrol GM
Hisanori Koyatsu as Zako Soldier
Kaoru Morota as Operator
Katsuyuki Konishi as Ashuramaru
Kentaro Ito as
Deed, The Knight of the Shining Blade
Zako soldier
Kiyotaka Furujima as Patrol Ball
Kiyoyuki Yanada as Cobramaru
Makoto Yasumura as Kinkaku
Masahiko Tanaka as Kibaōmaru
Masanobu Kariya as Ginkaku
Miyu Matsuki as Lilijimarna Miya Do Lacroa
Rei Sakuma as Mayor Margaret Gathermoon
Sawa Ishige as Elmechu
Taiten Kusunoki as Epyon, Evil Warrior
Takahiro Yoshimizu as Mark (ep 1)
Takashi Nagasako as
Pawn Leo Commander
Zako soldier
Zakrello gate
Takayuki Kondou as
Nataku, The Bronze Knight
Pawn Leo
Takuya Kirimoto as Rock, Knight Of The Hot Sands
Tamotsu Nishiwaki as
Battle, The Crimson Knight
Zako soldier
Tetsuo Komura as
Bokunetsumaru, Undefeated of the East
Yumiko Kobayashi as Genkimaru
Yuuko Satou as
Japanese companies
English cast
English staff
Executive producer: Ken Iyadomi
Producer: Shari Christensen

Business Manager: Becky Allen
Script Supervision: Jamie Simone
Script Translation:
Tatsuhiro Nishiuchi (eps 26-52)
Story Supervisor: Charles McCarter
Voice Direction: Rick Zieff
Dominic Joseph as Commander Sazabi
Doug Erholtz as Captain Gundam
Yello Lollicups as Bakunetsumaru 
Yuri Lowenthal as Bakunetsumaru

Danny Katiana as Zapper Zaku
Doug Erholtz as Grappler Gouf
Michelle Ruff as Sayla
Paul St. Peter as Tallgeese
Philece Sampler as Mayor Margret
Scott Jasper as Chief Haro

Aliki Theofilopoulos as
Bell Wood
two Zakos
Aliki Theopilopoulos as Bell Wood
Danny Katiana as Kao Lin
Dave Wittenberg as GunEagle
Dominic Joseph as
Grey Doga
Red Zaku
Young Train
Doug Erholtz as Zaku Hour co-host
Kate Savage as Keiko
Paul St. Peter as Zakerello Gate
Philece Sampler as Noah
Scott Jasper as Mark

English companies
Cartoon Network (Toonami)
Slavokian Broadcasting Station (Slavokia, micronation)
Licensed by: Bandai Entertainment
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
Ely Martin as Bakunetsumaru

Ahlee Reyes as Gundamusai (Raimi)
Anthony Steven San Juan as Grappler Gouf
Roger Aquino as Zapper Zaku

Tagalog companies
GMA Network (September 11, 2005)
QTV Channel 11 (Official)
Portuguese staff
Portuguese companies
Cloverway (Brazil)
Imagine Action Dálicença (Brazil)
Portuguese cast
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
Chinese (Taiwan) cast

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