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|Mobile Suit SD Gundam|
2011 cover to G-Collection: Mobile Suit SD Gundam DVD-Box, distributed by Bandai Visual
(Kidō Senshi Esudī Gandamu)
|Genre||Mecha, Comedy, Action, Parody|
|Directed by||Osamu Sekita|
|Written by||Hiroyuki Hoshiyama|
|Music by||Norimasa Yamanaka|
|Released||March 12, 1988|
|Original video animation|
|Released||May 25, 1988 – October 25, 1990|
|Runtime||30 minutes per OVA|
|Mobile Suit SD Gundam's Counterattack|
|Directed by|| Shinji Takamatsu |
|Written by||Tetsuro Amino|
|Music by||Osamu Totsuka|
|Released||July 15, 1989|
|Original video animation|
|Mobile Suit SD Gundam: SD Gundam Legend|
|Directed by||Tetsuro Amino|
|Written by||Tetsuro Amino|
|Music by||Toru Okada|
|Released||March 25, 1990 – March 21, 1991|
|Runtime||28 minutes per OVA|
|Original video animation|
|Mobile Suit SD Gundam The Movie: Musha Knight Command: SD Gundam Scramble|
|Directed by||Takeyuki Kanda|
|Written by||Takeyuki Kanda|
|Released||March 16, 1991|
|Mobile Suit SD Gundam Festival|
|Directed by||Takashi Imanishi|
|Written by||Asahide Ookuma|
|Released||March 13, 1993|
Mobile Suit SD Gundam (Japanese: 機動戦士SDガンダム, Hepburn: Kidō Senshi SD Gundam) is a series of animated shorts released in theaters and as original video animation between 1988 and 1993 by Sunrise. Part of the SD Gundam media franchise, the anime was based on the popular Gashapon capsule toys and model kits being released by Bandai at the time.
The shorts initially parody stories and characters from the Gundam franchise with super deformed forms of Gundam characters and mecha. Starting with 1989's Mobile Suit SD Gundam's Counterattack, the series began featuring a regularly appearing set of SD Gundam characters based on existing SD Gundam toys, Carddass trading cards and manga series, notably from the Command Gundam, Knight Gundam, and Musha Gundam sub-franchises.
Mobile Suit SD Gundam was released as a series of shorts accompanying feature films by Sunrise, or in OVA form. Eventually a feature film and a TV series were also made.The complete list of works are as follows:
An 8-episode TV series, Do Your Best! The SD Gundam March (ガンバレ!SDガンダム大行進, Ganbare! SD Gundam Dai Kōshin), was aired on TV Tokyo from February to March 1993, compiling the various Mobile Suit SD Gundam shorts as well as some variety segments. The show achieved a TV rating of 8.06% in the Kanto region.
All of the animated shorts, with the exception of SD Gundam SD Wacky Races, were later re-released in a DVD-BOX in Japan on July 22, 2007.
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Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack
| Gundam metaseries (production order)|
Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket