Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket

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  1. Both Agency for Cultural Affairs's Media Arts Database and Amazon.co.jp confirm this release date, but they provide different dates for the second volume; the former registers October 1989, [40] while the latter provides a September 1989 release date. [41]

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Mobile Suit Gundam 0080:
War in the Pocket
Mobile Suit Gundam 0080 War in the Pocket DVD vol 1.jpg
Cover of the first DVD volume
機動戦士ガンダム0080 ポケットの中の戦争
(Kidō Senshi Gandamu 0080 Poketto no Naka no Sensō)
Genre Military science fiction, action, drama [1]
Preceded by Gundam metaseries (production order)
1989
Succeeded by
Preceded byGundam Universal Century timeline
U.C. 0079-80
Succeeded by