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Turn A Gundam: Part 2 - Blu-ray Collector's Edition



The concluding part of the series that celebrate to the 20th Anniversary of the Gundam franchise directed by Gundam creator, Yoshiyuki Tomino comes to the UK for the first time!


Synopsis: Wishing to turn the tide of war, Guin Rhineford leads the Earth Militia into space aboard the Willghem. His hope is that a solution for the conflict might be reached once they arrive at the Moon. However, Queen Dianna’s absence has caused disarray for the government she had left behind and created a power vacuum in the Moonrace leadership.

Meanwhile, for the sake of his friends, Loran Cehack continues to assist Guin Rhineford by piloting the Turn A Gundam. But as his knowledge of the machine’s operation grows, so too do his concerns about its terrible past recorded in the Dark History. Under what circumstances could a weapon this powerful have come to be forgotten?

On The Discs

On the discs: Episodes 26-50 of Turn A Gundam in Japanese with English subtitles. (NOTE: The series never had an English dub produced, so this is a subtitle-only release.)

On disc extras: Clean opening and closing title sequences; 3-part interview with Syd Mead (Mechanical Designer)

Packaging and Physical Contents

Packaging and Physical Contents: Comes in an amaray case to hold the 3-Blu-ray discs. Also included is a 32-page art booklet.

Both this amaray and booklet will fit inside the box that came with Turn A Gundam: Part 1 Blu-ray Collector's Edition*

(*Part 1 sold separately.)

Product Details

Product Details

Release Date: 25th January 2021   

BBFC: 15                              

Audio: Japanese only.
Subtitles: English

Format: Blu-Ray  

No. of discs: 1                

Region: B                        

SRP: £59.99

NOTE: This is a Limited Edition product not exclusive to any one retailer. Once it appears as out-of-stock we do not expect there to be more stock available.

-Pillar Boxed video: When this series was made it was before 16x9 became standard for anime. As such is was animated for viewing on older 4:3 ratio televisions. To retain its originally intended video size, black bars will appear at the sides of televisions.

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