0080 ガンダム。 機動戦士ガンダム0080 ポケットの中の戦争の登場人物

As Bernie tries to repair his damaged mobile suit while hiding out within the station, he develops a close friendship with Al and slowly becomes infatuated with Chris, both pilots remaining unaware of each other's true natures. Al discovers that the Zeon ship carrying the nuclear weapons was captured, meaning Bernie has no more reason to fight. Its DVD box re-release in 2011 was the third best-placed animation on 's ranking of best-selling DVDs in the week of April 18—24, selling 3,739 copies. Archived from on June 12, 2002. From September 14, 1999, to November 23, 1999, the company released it into three two-episode VHS volumes, followed by a six-episode box set on December 7, 1999. Feeling that he has no choice if the station is to be saved, Bernie takes his mobile suit and goes to engage the Gundam. In Universal Century 0079, Zeon intelligence has identified a prototype Federation Gundam under development in a Federation base in the Arctic. War in the Pocket was released in two DVD volumes between February 19, 2002, and April 23, 2002. Kyosuke Yuki wrote and Haruhiko Mikimoto illustrated a of the OVA series published by in October 1989. Afterwards, Chris tells Al that she will be leaving Side 6, and asks Alfred to say goodbye to Bernard for her, still unaware that she had actually killed him. Ollie Barder of called it "A Heartbreaking Masterpiece" and "a good introduction to the captivating world of Gundam". The 2017 re-release sold 6,352 copies, and ranked third on Oricon's animation Blu-ray Disc chart. Al's friends, misunderstanding his grief, try to reassure him that another "cool" war is bound to happen soon. Ultimately, the anime aired on Cartoon Network's Midnight Run block, starting from November 5, 2001. Two "complete collection" re-releases followed; a box set was published on July 12, 2005, followed by a DVD under "Anime Legends" imprint on March 23, 2009. Two albums containing the instrumental and vocal music of the OVA were released under the title Sound Sketch I and II by on March 5, 1999. Bandai initially planned to broadcast War in the Pocket in the United States in 2002, but Sunrise set a September 2001 airdate. War in the Pocket was directed by Fumihiko Takayama, known for his work on and , marking the first time anyone other than Tomino directed a Gundam show. A manga adaptation by Hiroyuki Tamakoshi will begin serialization in 's on June 26, 2021. From September 14, 1999, to November 23, 1999, the company released it into three two-episode VHS volumes, followed by a six-episode box set on December 7, 1999. Bandai initially planned to broadcast War in the Pocket in the United States in 2002, but Sunrise set a September 2001 airdate. Kodansha first released it in format on July 17, 1989, and republished it on August 18, 2003, under the "Platinum Comics" imprint, and on November 6, 2006, under the "KC Delux" imprint. The absence of this theme raised the series' appeal towards audiences without special liking of Gundam and Tomino's work and would continue in many following Gundam stories narrating about ordinary soldiers and people in these conflicts. Asahiya Publishing released two "film comics" titled Mobile Suit Gundam 0080 the OVA Movies in June and July 1998. Archived from on May 27, 2011. Berkeley, CA: Stone Bridge Press. Alfred goes to try and stop Bernard, only to see Bernie's mobile suit destroyed and an injured Christina pulled from the heavily damaged Gundam, which leaves Al horrified. Alfred goes to try and stop Bernard, only to see Bernie's mobile suit destroyed and an injured Christina pulled from the heavily damaged Gundam, which leaves Al horrified. INFO The official Gundam news and video portal. Archived from on June 8, 2004. Two "complete collection" re-releases followed; a box set was published on July 12, 2005, followed by a DVD under "Anime Legends" imprint on March 23, 2009. Al's friends, misunderstanding his grief, try to reassure him that another "cool" war is bound to happen soon. Songs from the show have also been included on some Gundam music compilations, including Gundam Singles History and Gundam Songs 145. In Universal Century 0079, Zeon intelligence has identified a prototype Federation Gundam under development in a Federation base in the Arctic. Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation. The series closes with Al's school holding an assembly in which the principal talks about the effects of war. In December 2000, Bandai announced its DVD release for the following year, but in 2001 Bandai changed the October 2001 release date, to January 2002 and then February 2002. Justin Sevakis of called it "one of the most emotionally powerful war stories ever animated. As suggested by its subtitle, " War in the Pocket," it is a small, personal story; a focusing on the experiences of an eleven-year-old boy during the and his learning of the real meaning of war. Next month, it was delayed to early 2017; Right Stuf and Sunrise released it on January 3, 2017. Gundam 0080 also began an enduring tradition of retroactive redesigns. Justin Sevakis of called it "one of the most emotionally powerful war stories ever animated. Archived from on June 8, 2004. First announced in 1998, Bandai originally released it in a VHS box set along with on March 9, 1999. The first North American home media release of War in the Pocket was handled by with dubbing produced by. Al does not have the heart to tell her the truth and agrees to her request. After crashing his mobile suit, Bernie manages to befriend Alfred "Al" Izuruha, an elementary school boy enamored with a romantic vision of warfare and excited by Bernie's status as a mobile suit pilot regardless of his allegiance, and Al's neighbor Christina "Chris" Mackenzie, secretly the Gundam test pilot. Two albums containing the instrumental and vocal music of the OVA were released under the title Sound Sketch I and II by on March 5, 1999. Afterwards, Chris tells Al that she will be leaving Side 6, and asks Alfred to say goodbye to Bernard for her, still unaware that she had actually killed him. Ultimately, the anime aired on Cartoon Network's Midnight Run block, starting from November 5, 2001. It is the first OVA series in the franchise. Elite Zeon MS commandos are dispatched to destroy the prototype, but before they can accomplish their mission the Gundam is launched into space. The Gundam series is set in a fictional known as "" and it establishes that there is a so-called "One Year War" between the Earth Federation and Principality of Zeon—the setting for the original series—, and War in the Pocket is set in the last days of the war. The Gundam series is set in a fictional known as "" and it establishes that there is a so-called "One Year War" between the Earth Federation and Principality of Zeon—the setting for the original series—, and War in the Pocket is set in the last days of the war. The series was created to commemorate the ten-year anniversary of the Gundam franchise, created by in 1979. The absence of this theme raised the series' appeal towards audiences without special liking of Gundam and Tomino's work and would continue in many following Gundam stories narrating about ordinary soldiers and people in these conflicts. The first is a seventeen-track CD, while the second contains fourteen tracks; most of the vocal songs are performed by Shiina and. Believing Side 6 to be under Zeon attack, Chris is ordered to pilot the Gundam in the station's defense, and she and Bernie engage in a destructive battle within the station. Media Arts Database in Japanese. However, the raid fails and the entire team is killed except for Bernie. After crashing his mobile suit, Bernie manages to befriend Alfred "Al" Izuruha, an elementary school boy enamored with a romantic vision of warfare and excited by Bernie's status as a mobile suit pilot regardless of his allegiance, and Al's neighbor Christina "Chris" Mackenzie, secretly the Gundam test pilot. Kyosuke Yuki wrote and Haruhiko Mikimoto illustrated a of the OVA series published by in October 1989. Gundam 0080 marked a significant departure from the constant background theme of Newtypes featured in the Gundam universe, since the original up until Char's Counterattack. Al discovers that the Zeon ship carrying the nuclear weapons was captured, meaning Bernie has no more reason to fight. In July 2016, announced it would release the anime on DVD in late 2016 in partnership with Sunrise. Following the 2012 closure of Bandai Entertainment, the company discontinued their home video distribution. Kodansha first released it in format on July 17, 1989, and republished it on August 18, 2003, under the "Platinum Comics" imprint, and on November 6, 2006, under the "KC Delux" imprint. The series closes with Al's school holding an assembly in which the principal talks about the effects of war. A manga adaptation by Hiroyuki Tamakoshi will begin serialization in 's on June 26, 2021. Al, remembering his time with Bernie, begins to weep uncontrollably during the speech. Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation. A significant departure for the Gundam franchise at the time, Gundam 0080 has received wide acclaim from critics. As Bernie tries to repair his damaged mobile suit while hiding out within the station, he develops a close friendship with Al and slowly becomes infatuated with Chris, both pilots remaining unaware of each other's true natures. As time passes, Bernie discovers that Zeon will destroy Side 6 with a nuclear weapon if he cannot destroy the prototype Gundam. Archived from on June 10, 2011. The first is a seventeen-track CD, while the second contains fourteen tracks; most of the vocal songs are performed by Shiina and. A , written by Yūtarō Mochizuki and illustrated by Studio Hard, was released by Bandai on March 20, 1989. Archived from on July 7, 2001. Archived from on July 7, 2001. A , written by Yūtarō Mochizuki and illustrated by Studio Hard, was released by Bandai on March 20, 1989. In July 2016, announced it would release the anime on DVD in late 2016 in partnership with Sunrise. It is the first OVA series in the franchise. INFO The official Gundam news and video portal. However, the raid fails and the entire team is killed except for Bernie. Believing Side 6 to be under Zeon attack, Chris is ordered to pilot the Gundam in the station's defense, and she and Bernie engage in a destructive battle within the station. Gundam 0080 marked a significant departure from the constant background theme of Newtypes featured in the Gundam universe, since the original up until Char's Counterattack. Following the 2012 closure of Bandai Entertainment, the company discontinued their home video distribution. Gundam 0080 also began an enduring tradition of retroactive redesigns. Tomino thought that school resuming with combat in such close proximity was unrealistic, when a more sensible response should have been to close the school immediately and guide the children to shelters. Next month, it was delayed to early 2017; Right Stuf and Sunrise released it on January 3, 2017. He also commented on two glitches, one being the portrayal of a blue sky in the colony rather than the other side of the cylinder, which is only about 6. The first North American home media release of War in the Pocket was handled by with dubbing produced by. War in the Pocket was released in two DVD volumes between February 19, 2002, and April 23, 2002. Berkeley, CA: Stone Bridge Press. Archived from on May 27, 2011. Feeling that he has no choice if the station is to be saved, Bernie takes his mobile suit and goes to engage the Gundam. Archived from on June 12, 2002. War in the Pocket was directed by Fumihiko Takayama, known for his work on and , marking the first time anyone other than Tomino directed a Gundam show. He also commented on two glitches, one being the portrayal of a blue sky in the colony rather than the other side of the cylinder, which is only about 6. He praised the director's effort to make the show realistic and focused on things other than Mobile Suit battles. Songs from the show have also been included on some Gundam music compilations, including Gundam Singles History and Gundam Songs 145. Ollie Barder of called it "A Heartbreaking Masterpiece" and "a good introduction to the captivating world of Gundam". He praised the director's effort to make the show realistic and focused on things other than Mobile Suit battles. In December 2000, Bandai announced its DVD release for the following year, but in 2001 Bandai changed the October 2001 release date, to January 2002 and then February 2002. Tomino thought that school resuming with combat in such close proximity was unrealistic, when a more sensible response should have been to close the school immediately and guide the children to shelters. The 2017 re-release sold 6,352 copies, and ranked third on Oricon's animation Blu-ray Disc chart. Asahiya Publishing released two "film comics" titled Mobile Suit Gundam 0080 the OVA Movies in June and July 1998. Its DVD box re-release in 2011 was the third best-placed animation on 's ranking of best-selling DVDs in the week of April 18—24, selling 3,739 copies. Archived from on June 10, 2011. Al, remembering his time with Bernie, begins to weep uncontrollably during the speech. A significant departure for the Gundam franchise at the time, Gundam 0080 has received wide acclaim from critics. As time passes, Bernie discovers that Zeon will destroy Side 6 with a nuclear weapon if he cannot destroy the prototype Gundam. Elite Zeon MS commandos are dispatched to destroy the prototype, but before they can accomplish their mission the Gundam is launched into space. As suggested by its subtitle, " War in the Pocket," it is a small, personal story; a focusing on the experiences of an eleven-year-old boy during the and his learning of the real meaning of war. First announced in 1998, Bandai originally released it in a VHS box set along with on March 9, 1999. The series was created to commemorate the ten-year anniversary of the Gundam franchise, created by in 1979. Media Arts Database in Japanese. Al does not have the heart to tell her the truth and agrees to her request.。

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