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The timelines of Gundam comprise of eight separate timelines that originally were separate chronologies unrelated to the original and largest Universal Century timeline. The stand alone timelines have begun to be merged to Correct Century.

Calendar system

File:Gundam-Century.jpg

The majority of Gundam, including the earliest series, occur in the Universal Century (UC) calendar, with later series set in alternate calendars or timelines mostly unrelated to the UC system (at least three of these calendar systems were actually initially numbered after the year that the series premiered, with 1979's Mobile Suit Gundam taking place in UC 0079, 1995's Mobile Suit Gundam Wing in After Colony 195, and 2007's Mobile Suit Gundam 00 taking place in 2307).

  • Mobile Fighter G Gundam takes place in the Future Century (FC), where space colonies have gained the upper hand over Earth, consequently attempting to put an end to the internal power struggles now plaguing the planet.
  • Mobile Suit Gundam Wing takes place in the After Colony (AC) calendar system, set after the foundation of the first space colony, where Earth firmly maintains repressive control over its colonies.
  • After War Gundam X takes place in the After War (AW) timeline, set after the conclusion of the 7th Space War, where the Earth is devastated by massive colony drops.
  • ∀ Gundam takes place in the CC (正歴 Seireki?) calendar system, which director Yoshiyuki Tomino intended as the distant future of all previous timelines. The CC sees the colonies becoming much stronger than the Earth, but unlike the FC timeline, takes a more aggressive stance towards it. The English acronym of CC is Correct Century (コレクトセンチュリー), in the official Japanese ∀ guide book.
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, its sequels, and spinoffs take place in the Cosmic Era, with CE referring to the years after the foundation of the first space colonies.
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00, is so far the only series to occur during the non-fictional Anno Domini (西暦 Seireki?) timeline. This is reflected in the show with a worldview that more reflects the modern world, and the presence of real-life conflicts and rebel groups such as the Real Irish Republican Army and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.
  • Mobile Suit Gundam AGE takes place in the Advanced Generation (AG) calendar system, which is set after hundreds of years of space colonization and is characterized by the end of all wars in the Earth sphere and a period of peace before the sudden attack of the UE.

Bandai and Japanese-speaking fans unofficially refer to projects not directly related to the first Gundam series or its staffers (such as Gundam Sentinel and Mobile Fighter G Gundam) as "Another Gundam" stories, and to projects made after 1989 as "Heisei Gundam" stories. On a survey for a video game that would become Gundam: True Odyssey, the Cosmic Era series (including Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Astray) were collectively referred to as "21st Century First Gundam" (a reference to the original Mobile Suit Gundam series). English-speaking fans have used the term "Alternate Universe" ("AU" for short) as a nickname for the stories that do not take place within the Universal Century timeline, but this is made unofficial for use in Japan.

Universal Century

Main article: Universal Century

Universal Century comprises a large collection of works that includes over a dozen animated TV series, OVA and movies, scores of novels and mangas and a large collection of video games.

Mobile Suit Gundam (Universal Century)

Main article: Universal Century

A.D.1986

  • Manga Stampede: The Story of Professor Minovsky (Stampede: Minovsky Hakase Monogatari, 1988) - by Masaya Takahashi (Story), Hajime Oki (Illustration),

A.D.20XX

  • Novels Look for Avenir (Avenir wo Sagasite, 1995) - by Yoshiyuki Tomino. Set before the adoption of the Universal Century timeline. (3 books)

U.C.0068

U.C.0073

U.C.0079

  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam (Kidou Senshi Gundam, 1979–1982) - by Yu Okazaki. The manga adaptation of the original series and movie.
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 0079 (Kidou Senshi Gundam 0079, 1993–2005) - by Kazuhisa Kondo. The manga adaptation of the original series and movie.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin (Kidou Senshi Gundam The Origin, 2002 - 2011) - by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko. The second, broader manga adaptation, which follows the same storyline, but with different details
  • Manga Mobile Suit Variations: Ace Pilot Story (Mobile Suit Variation: Ace Pilot Retsuden, 1984) - by Masahiro Oda (Story), Ken-ichi Ishibashi (Illustration).
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam: Record of MS Wars (Kidou Senshi Gundam MS Senki, 1984) - by Masaya Takahashi (Story), Kazuhisa Kondo (Illustration). A side story set in the One Year War, about the young pilot, Frederick Brown.
  • Manga Operation Buran (1990) - by Kazuhisa Kondo. A short manga about Operation Buran, set after the Battle of Solomon, about the pilot Frederick Brown. Serialized on Hobby Japan.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam: MS Generation (Kidou Senshi Gundam MS Generation, 1989–1990) - by Rei Nakahara. Isolated short stories, set in the One Year War.
  • Magical Ensign Blaster Mari (Mahou no Shoui Blaster Mari, 1989–1990) - by Kei Ikeda.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam 0080 Visual Comic (1989) - omnibus.
  • Manga Night=Hawks! (1990–1991) - by Ayumi Konomichi.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story: The Blue Destiny (Kidou Senshi Gundam Gaiden: The Blue Destiny, 1997) - by Mizuho Takayama. A manga retelling of the three Blue Destiny Sega Saturn games.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story 0079 (Vol. EFSF) (Kidou Senshi Gundam Gaiden: Colony no Ochita Chi de... (Renpou Hen), 1999) - by Tomohiro Chiba (Story), Hideyuki Matsurioka (Illustration). A manga adaptation of the TV games.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story 0079 (Vol. Zeon) (Kidou Senshi Gundam Gaiden: Colony no Ochita Chi de... (Zeon Hen), 2000) - by Tomohiro Chiba (Story), Tomotake Kinoshita (Illustration). A manga adaptation of the TV games.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam: Lost War Chronicles (Kidou Senshi Gundam Senki: Lost War Chronicles, 2002) - by Masato Natsumoto. Set during the One Year War, it follows the missions of a special "guinea pig" MS team, whose mission is to test, in battle, the newest MS models.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story: Space, To the End of a Flash (Kidou Senshi Gundam: Utyu, Senkou no Hate ni, 2003) - by Tomohiro Chiba (Story), Masato Natsumoto (Illustration).
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam MS IGLOO (Kidou Senshi Gundam MS IGLOO: Ichinen Sensou Hiroku, 2005 - ) - by MEIMU. The manga adaptation of CGI series.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket (Kidou Senshi Gundam 0080: Pocket no Naka no Sensou, 1989) - by Shigeto Ikehara. The manga adaptation of the OVA series.
  • Manga Record of MS Wars II (Shin MS Senki, 1988–1994) - by Kazuhisa Kondo. Short stories set between U.C.0079 and U.C.0093, about the pilot Frederick Brown and others.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Vor!! (1988–1989) - by Kazuhisa Kondo. A short manga set in the earlier stages of the Zeon invasion of Earth, about the deployment of the pre-Gundam RX-79 prototypes, the RX-75 Guntank and the RX-77 Guncannon; also about the Second Battle of Solomon, the pilot Frederick Brown and others, in U.C.0088. Serialized on Bandai B-Club.
  • Manga Go! Go! Our V Gundam (Ike! Ike! Bokura no V Gundam!!, 1992–1994) - by Tsukasa Kotobuki. Short stories set between U.C.0079 and U.C.0153.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Deleted Affair: Portrait Of Young Comet (Kidou Senshi Gundam C.D.A. Wakaki Suisei no Shozou, 2001–2009 ) - by Hiroyuki Kitazume. Beginning just after the One Year War, it follows Char as he goes to Axis, where he meets a young pilot named Haman Karn, covering their relationship across many years, up to the events in Zeta Gundam.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam (Kidou Senshi Gundam, 1979–1980) - by Yoshiyuki Tomino. An alternate version of the original series.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam (Kidou Senshi Gundam, 1980) - by Masaaki Nakane. The novel adaptation of the original series and movies.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam: Secret Rendezvous (Kidou Senshi Gundam: Mikkai - Amuro to Lalah, 1997) - by Yoshiyuki Tomino.
  • For the Barrel (2000) - by Gichi Ohtsuka. A heavily reimagined version of the original novel trilogy by Yoshiyuki Tomino.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story 0079 (Kidou Senshi Gundam Gaiden: Colony no Ochita Chi de..., 1999–2000) - by Joji Hayashi. The novel adaptation of the TV game.
  • Zeonic Front: Mobile Suit Gundam 0079 (Zeonic Front: Kidou Senshi Gundam 0079, 2001) - by Joji Hayashi. The novel adaptation of the TV game.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam: Lost War Chronicles (Kidou Senshi Gundam Senki: Last War Chronicles, 2002) - by Joji Hayashi. The novel adaptation of the TV games
  • Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story: Space, To the End of a Flash (Kidou Senshi Gundam: Utyu, Senkou no Hate ni, 2003) - by Ikki Miyamoto.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam MS IGLOO (Kidou Senshi Gundam MS IGLOO: Ichinen Sensou Hiroku, 2005) - by Joji Hayashi. The novel adaptation of the CGI series;

U.C.0080

  • Manga War in the Pocket (Pocket no Naka no Sensou, 1994) - by Kenji Mizuhara. An after story of the OVA series.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket (Kidou Senshi Gundam 0080: Pocket no Naka no Sensou, 1989) - by Kyosuke Yuki. The novel adaptation of the original OVA series.
  • Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story: The Blue Destiny (Kidou Senshi Gundam Gaiden: The Blue Destiny, 1997) - by Yuka Minagawa. The novel adaptation of the TV game.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team (Kidou Senshi Gundam: Dai 08 MS Shoutai, 1999) - by Ichiro Okochi. The novel adaptation of the original series.

U.C.0081

U.C.0083

  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory (Kidou Senshi Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory, 1992) - by Mitsuru Kadoya. The manga adaptation of the OVA series.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Hero of Stardust (Kidou Senshi Gundam 0083: Hoshikuzu no Eiyu, 2000–2001) - by Masafumi Matsuura. The manga adaptation of the OVA series.
  • Manga Program Master (1989) - by Masafumi Matsuura.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory (Kidou Senshi Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory, 1992) - by Hiroshi Yamaguchi. The novel adaptation of the original OVA series.

U.C.0084

  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam 0084: Psi-trailing (Kidou Senshi Gundam 0084: Psi-trailing, 1993) - by Kenji Mizuhara.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam Katana (Kidou Senshi Gundam Katana, 2010) - by Yoshihiro Sono

U.C.0085

  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam: Ecole du Ciel (Kidou Senshi Gundam Ecole du Ciel: Tenku no Gakko, 2002 - ) - by Haruhiko Mikimoto. French for School Of The Sky, it takes place during the early wars, where a young girl struggles to come to grips with her identity, as she enrolls in a Federation school, previously as a Zeon.
  • Manga Advance Of Zeta: The Flag Of Titans (Advanced of Z: Titans no Hata no Moto ni, 2003 - ) - by Bin Konno (Story), Tatsu Mizuki (Illustration). Set in U.C.0084, is the story of one of the first Titans' units, the Black Outer. Serialized on Dengeki Daioh.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam: Day After Tomorrow - From Kai Shiden's Report (Kidou Senshi Z Gundam: Day After Tomorrow - Kai Shiden no Report Yori, 2005 - ) - by Tsukasa Kotobuki.
  • Novel Advance Of Zeta: The Flag Of Titans (Advanced of Z: Titans no Hata no Moto ni, 2002 - ) - by Bin Konno.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam: Ecole du Ciel (Kidou Senshi Gundam Ecole du Ciel: Tenku no Gakko, 2002 - ) - by Kenichi Nakahara. The novel adaptation of the original manga.

U.C.0086

  • Novel Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam: Four Story - And to a soldier… (Kidou Senshi Zeta Gundam: Four Story - Soshite Senshi ni…, 1986) - by Akinori Endo.

U.C.0087

  • Manga Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (Kidou Senshi Z Gundam, 1985–1986) - by Kazuhisa Kondo. The manga adaptation of the original series.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam A New Translation: Heirs to the Stars (Kidou Senshi Z Gundam I: Hoshi wo Tsugu Mono, 2005) - by Hisao Tamaki. The manga adaptation of the movie.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam A New Translation II: Lovers (Kidou Senshi Z Gundam II: Koibito-tati, 2005–2006) - by Kotoni Shiraishi. The manga adaptation of the movie.
  • Manga Zeta Gundam: Side Story (Side Story of Gundam Z, 1987) - by Kazuhisa Kondo. An alternate retelling of the events from the original Zeta Gundam series.
  • Manga Gundam Sentinel: The Day Before (1989) - by Hajime Katoki. A photonovel detailing a cleanup operation in the final days of the Gryps Conflict and the beginning of the Axis/Neo Zeon movement.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (Kidou Senshi Zeta Gundam, 1985–1986) - by Yoshiyuki Tomino. The novel adaptation of the original series.
  • Novel Gundam Sentinel (Gundam Sentinel: Alice no Zange, 1988–1990) - by Masaya Takahashi.

U.C.0088

  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ (Kidou Senshi Gundam ZZ, 1986–1987) - by Toshiya Murakami. The manga adaptation of the original series.
  • Manga Gundam Sentinel (1988) - by Masaya Takahashi. A photonovel side-story, detailing the battle between the an Earth Federation task force, and the "New Desides", a remnant of the disbanded Titans.
  • Manga Artificial Newtypes Story: Another Zeta Gundam Story (Kyouka Ningen Monogatari: Another Z Gundam Story, 1991–1992) - by Kaoru Morishita.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ: Seaside Panic (Kidou Senshi Gundam ZZ: Seaside Panic, 1993) - by Kenji Mizuhara.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ (Kidou Senshi Gundam ZZ, 1986–1987) - by Akinori Endo. The novel adaptation of the original series.

U.C.0090

U.C.0091

U.C.0092

U.C.0093

  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack (Kidou Senshi Gundam: Gyakushuu no Char, 1987) - by Toshiya Murakami. The manga adaptation of the original movie.
  • Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack (Kidou Senshi Gundam: Gyakushuu no Char, 1998–1999) - by Kōichi Tokita. The manga adaptation of the original movie.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack - Beyond the Time (2010-?) - by Chimaki Kuori. Adaptation fron the perspective of Nanai Miguel
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack - Hi Streamer (Kidou Senshi Gundam: Hi Streamer, 1987–1988) - by Yoshiyuki Tomino. The original modified Hi Streamer storyline proposed by Tomino for the Char's Counterattack movie, it was rejected and released instead as a novel.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack - Beltorchika's Children (Kidou Senshi Gundam: Gyakushuu no Char - Beltorchika's Children, 1988) - by Yoshiyuki Tomino. An original novel about the events later animated in the original movie.

U.C. 0096

U.C.0099

  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam: Moon Crisis (Kidou Senshi Gundam: Moon Crisis, 1993–1994) - by Masafumi Matsuura. A side-story about a Neo Zeon remnant group attempting to destroy the Moon and throw its remains at Earth.

U.C.0105

U.C.0107

  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam REON (Kidou Senshi Gundam REON, 1994–1995) - by Masafumi Matsuura.

U.C.0120

  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam F90 (Kidou Senshi Gundam F90, 1990–1991) - by Hiroshi Yamaguchi (Story), Rei Nakahara (Illustration). Zeon remnants steal a prototype Gundam, and the Federation chases them to Mars to get it back.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam F90 (Kidou Senshi Gundam F90, 1990–1991) - by Masahiro Kanda. The manga adaptation of the original manga for children.

U.C.0122

  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam F91: Formula Report 0122 (Kidou Senshi Gundam F91: Formula Senki 0122, 1991) - by Toshiya Iwamura. The manga adaptation of the TV game.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam F91: Formula Report 0122 (Kidou Senshi Gundam F91: Formula Senki 0122, 1991) - by Daisuke Inoue The manga adaptation of the TV game.

U.C.0123

  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam F91 (Kidou Senshi Gundam F91, 1991) - by Daisuke Inoue. The manga adaptation of the original movie.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam Silhouette Formula 91 (Kidou Senshi Gundam Silhouette Formula 91, 1992–1995) - by Hiroshi Yasuda. A side-story where Anaheim Electronics runs afoul from cruel Federation soldier, months before F91's events.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam Silhouette Formula 91 in U.C.0123 (Vol. Cluster Gundam) (Kidou Senshi Gundam Silhouette Formula 91 in U.C.0123 (Cluster Gundam Hen) , 1993) - by Toshiya Iwamura.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam F91 (Kidou Senshi Gundam F91, 1991) - by Yoshiyuki Tomino. The novel adaptation of the original movie.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Gundam Silhouette Formula 91 (Kidou Senshi Gundam Silhouette Formula 91, 1992–1993) - by Sunrise.

U.C.0133

  • Manga Mobile Suit Crossbone Gundam (Kidou Senshi Crossbone Gundam, 1994–1997) - by Yoshiyuki Tomino, Yuichi Hasegawa. The sequel to the movie, Gundam F91, it continues the story of Seabook Arno (aka Kinkedo Nau) and Cecily Fairchild (aka Berah Ronah), 10 years after the events.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Crossbone Gundam Side Story: Skull Heart (Kidou Senshi Crossbone Gundam Gaiden: Skull Heart, 2003–2004) - by Yuichi Hasegawa. A series of short stories focusing on the second Crossbone Vanguard.

U.C.0136

  • Manga Mobile Suit Crossbone Gundam: The Seven of Steel (Kidou Senshi Crossbone Gundam Gaiden: Hagane no Shichinin, 2006 - ) - by Yuichi Hasegawa. A continuing, sequel to Crossbone Gundam, taking place 3 years after the end of the Jupiter Conflict in Crossbone Gundam.

U.C.0153

  • Manga Mobile Suit Victory Gundam (Kidou Senshi V Gundam, 1993–1994) - by Toshiya Iwamura. The manga adaptation of the original series.
  • Manga Mobile Suit Victory Gundam Side Story (Kidou Senshi V Gundam Gaiden, 1993) - by Yuichi Hasegawa. A side-story where Usso teams up with an old junk dealer to battle Zanscare remnants.
  • Novel Mobile Suit Victory Gundam (Kidou Senshi V Gundam, 1993–1994) - by Yoshiyuki Tomino. The novel adaptation of the original series.

U.C.0179

  • Manga Mobile Suit Gundam Almarya (Kidou Senshi Gunda Almarya, 1989) - by Yuji Ushida. An after story of Double Fake.

U.C.0203

  • Novel Gaia Gear (1987–1989) - by Yoshiyuki Tomino. A non-canonical side story, set in the U.C.0200s, where an anti-Federation group creates a clone of Char to battle Manhunter.

U.C.0223

  • Manga G-Saviour (1993) - by Takuto. The manga adaptation of the TV game.
  • Novel G-Saviour (2000–2001) - by Yoshie Kawahara. The novel adaptation of the original movie.

U.C.1160

  • Manga Artificial Newtypes Story: Mad Wang 1160 (Kyouka Ningen Monogatari: Mad Wang 1160, 1994–1995) - by Kaoru Morishita.

Mobile Fighter G Gundam (Future Century)

F.C.32

  • MangaKidō Butōden Gaiden Gundam Fight 7th (機動武闘外伝ガンダムファイト7th?, "Mobile Fighter Side Story: 7th Gundam Fight") Authored by Kitaro Ototoi, serialized in Kodansha's Comic BonBon Special, March to December 1996. A manga that tells the exploits of a young Master Asia and the future Shuffle Alliance, during the 7th Gundam Fight.

F.C.60

  • Manga Mobile Fighter G Gundam (機動武闘伝Gガンダム Kidou Butoden G Gundam?) Authored by Kōichi Tokita, serialized in Kodansha's Comic BonBon, 1994-1995. The manga adaptation of the original series.
  • Manga Choukyuu! Kidō Butōden G Gundam (超級! 機動武闘伝Gガンダム?, "Super Class! Mobile Fighter G Gundam") Written by Yasuhiro Imagawa and illustrated by Kazuhiko Shimamoto, serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Gundam Ace, 2010-2011. A retelling of the original series.
  • Manga Choukyuu! Kidō Butōden G Gundam Shinjuku Touhou Fuhai! (超級! 機動武闘伝Gガンダム 新宿・東方不敗!?, "Super Class! Mobile Fighter G Gundam: Shinjuku / Undefeated of the East!") Written by Yasuhiro Imagawa and illustrated by Kazuhiko Shimamoto, serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Gundam Ace, 2011-2013. A continuation of the retelling.
  • Manga Choukyuu! Kidō Butōden G Gundam Bakunetsu Neo-Hong Kong! (超級! 機動武闘伝Gガンダム 爆熱・ネオホンコン!?, "Super Class! Mobile Fighter G Gundam: Erupting / Neo-Hong Kong!") Written by Yasuhiro Imagawa and illustrated by Kazuhiko Shimamoto, serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Gundam Ace, 2013. A continuation of the retelling.
  • Manga Kidō Butōden G Gundam: Fukushu no J Gundam (機動武闘伝GガンダムJガンダムの復讐?, "Mobile Fighter G Gundam: Revenge of J Gundam") Authored by Masayuki Fujiwara, one-shot published in ASCII Media Works Dengeki Hobby Magazine, 1994.
  • Manga Kidō Butōden G Gundam: Shōen no Hate (機動武闘伝Gガンダム 硝煙の果て?, "Mobile Fighter G Gundam: Edge Of Gunsmoke") Authored by Masafumi Matsuura, one-shot published in Bandai Visual's B-Club, December 1994.
  • Manga Kidō Butōden G Gundam Gaiden: Shibou no Tou (機動武闘伝Gガンダム外伝 死亡の塔?, "Mobile Fighter G Gundam Side Story: Tower Of Death") Authored by Mitsuru Kadoya, one-shot published in Kodansha's Comic BonBon, December 1994.
  • Manga Kidō Butōden G Gundam Gaiden Shoryu Densetsu (機動武闘伝Gガンダム外伝翔龍伝説?, "Mobile Fighter G Gundam Side Story: Flying Dragon Legend") Authored by Toshiya Murakami, serialized Kodansha's Comic BonBon Special, December 1994 to April 1995.
  • Manga Kidō Butōden G Gundam Gaiden Ankoku no Deathfight (機動武闘伝Gガンダム外伝 暗黒のデス・ファイト?, "Mobile Fighter G Gundam Side Story: Dark Deathfight") Authored by Kitarou Ototoi, one-shot manga published in Kodansha's Comic BonBon, December 1995.
  • Novel Kidō Butōden G Gundam (機動武闘伝Gガンダム?, "Mobile Fighter G Gundam") Authored by Yoshitake Suzuki, published by Kadokawa Shoten, 1995-1997. A novel retelling of the events of G Gundam.

F.C.62

  • Manga Kidō Butōden G Gundam Akumu Sairai!! Kyōi no Devil Gundam Saibō (機動武闘伝Gガンダム 悪夢再来!! 脅威のデビルガンダム細胞?, "Mobile Fighter G Gundam Nightmare Returns!! Devil Gundam Cells Threat") Authored by Yoshifumi Yamamoto, one-shot published in Kodansha's Comic BonBon, 1997.

F.C.64

  • Manga Kidō Butōden G Gundam The Next Generation (機動武闘伝Gガンダム外伝 "ザ・ネクスト・ジェネレーション?, "Mobile Fighter G Gundam: The Next Generation") Authored by Kitaro Ototoi, one-shot manga published in Kodansha's Comic BonBon, August 1995.

Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (After Colony)

Main article: After Colony

A.C.187 -

  • Manga - New Mobile Report Gundam Wing: Episode Zero (Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W: Episode Zero, 1997) - by Katsuyuki Sumisawa (Story), Akira Kanbe (Illustration). Set before the original TV series, it tells the stories of the children that will eventually become the five Gundam pilots.

A.C.195

  • Manga - New Mobile Report Gundam Wing (Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W, 1995–1996) - by Kōichi Tokita. The manga adaptation of the original series.
  • Manga - New Mobile Report Gundam Wing Dual Story: G-Unit (The Last Outpost) (Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W Dual Story: G-UNIT, 1997–1998) - by Kōichi Tokita. A side-story to Gundam Wing, it is set in a colony at the Asteroid Belt.
  • Manga - New Mobile Report Gundam Wing Dual Story: G-Unit (Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W Dual Story: G-UNIT, 1997) - by Tatsu Mizuki.
  • Manga - Tiel's Impulse (Tieru no shōdō, 1998) - A manga with photo-stories of model kit, published in the New Mobile Report Gundam W: Endless Waltz Ultimate Playing Book (Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W: Endless Waltz Saikyō Playing Book), a model kit magazine-book.
  • Novel - New Mobile Report Gundam Wing (Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W, 1996–1997) - by So Kamishiro. The novel adaptation of the original series.
  • Novel - New Mobile Report Gundam Wing Side Story (Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W Gaiden, 1996) - by Yuka Minagawa. A side-story focusing on Duo's conflict with a Gundam-level mobile suit with a dangerous cockpit system.

A.C.196

  • Manga - New Mobile Report Gundam Wing: Ground Zero (Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W: Ground Zero, 1998) - by Reku Fuyunagi.
  • Manga - New Mobile Report Gundam Wing: Blind Target (Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W: Blind Target, 1998–1999) - by Akemi Omode (Story), Sakura Asagi (Illustration). The manga adaptation of a radio drama, where White Fang remnants plot to start a new war by assassinating important officials, like Relena Peacecraft. The story is a bridge between the original series and Endless Waltz.
  • Manga - New Mobile Report Gundam Wing: Battlefield of Pacifists (Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W: Battlefield of Pacifist, 1997) - by Kōichi Tokita. A side-story where the five Gundam pilots, OZ remnants, and a supposed pacifist group race for control over a lost mobile doll plant.
  • Manga - New Mobile Report Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz (Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W: Endless Waltz, 1998) - by Kōichi Tokita. The manga adaptation of the original OVA and movie.
  • Novel - New Mobile Report Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz (Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W: Endless Waltz, 1997) - by Katsuyuki Sumisawa. The novel adaptation of the original movie.

M.C. 0022

After War Gundam X (After War)

Main article: After War

B.W.1

  • After War Gundam X Side Story: Newtype Solder Jamil Neate (Kidou Shin Seiki Gundam X Gaiden: Newtype Senshi Jamil Neate, 1997) - manga by Koichi Tokita

A.W.15

  • After War Gundam X (Kidou Shin Seiki Gundam X, 1996–1997) - manga adaptation of the series; by Koichi Tokita

A.W.24

Turn A Gundam (CC (Seireki))

Main article: Turn A Gundam

C.C.2343

  • Manga - ∀ Gundam: Wind of Moon (∀ Gundam: Tsuki no Kaze, 2004–2005) - manga by Akira Yasuda (Akiman)

C.C.2345

  • Manga - ∀ Gundam (1999–2000) - manga adaptation of the series for children; by Koichi Tokita
  • Manga - ∀ Gundam (1999–2002) - manga adaptation of the series for teens; by Atsushi Soga
  • Novel - ∀ Gundam (1999–2000) - novels adaptation of the series for teens; by Shigeru Sato
  • Novel - ∀ Gundam: Episodes (2000) - novels by Shigeru Sato
  • Novel - ∀ Gundam (2000) - novels adaptation of the series for adult; by Harutoshi Fukui

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED (Cosmic Era)

Manga

C.E.70

  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED (Kidou Senshi Gundam SEED, 2002–2004) - manga adaptation of the series for teens; by Masatsugu Iwase
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED (Kidou Senshi Gundam SEED, 2003) - manga adaptation of the series for children; by Mizuho Takayama
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED: featuring SUIT CD (Kidou Senshi Gundam SEED: featuring SUIT CD, 2004) - manga adaptation of the CD; by Yasushi Yamaguchi
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Astray (Kidou Senshi Gundam SEED Astray, 2002–2004) - set in the same time frame as the first series, tells the story of three abandoned Orb prototypes called Gundam Astray; manga by Tomohiro Chiba (Story), Koichi Tokita (Illustration)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Astray R (Kidou Senshi Gundam SEED Astray R, 2002–2004) - published cuncurrently with Astray and meant to complement it, focuses on the red-framed Gundam Astray; by Tomohiro Chiba (Story), Yashunari Toda (Illustration)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED X Astray (Kidou Senshi Gundam SEED X Astray, 2004) - sequel to the first Astray manga; by Tomohiro Chiba (Story), Koichi Tokita (Illustration)

C.E.72

C.E.73

C.E.74

Novels

C.E.70

  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED (Kidou Senshi Gundam SEED, 2003–2004) - novels adaptation of the series; by Riu Goto
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Astray (Kidou Senshi Gundam SEED Astray, 2002–2004) - by Tomohiro Chiba
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Astray B (Kidou Senshi Gundam SEED Astray B, 2002–2004) - a photonovel published cuncurrently with Astray and meant to complement it, focuses on the blue-frame Gundam Astray; by Tomohiro Chiba

C.E.72

  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny (Kidou Senshi Gundam SEED Destiny, 2005 - ) - novels adaptation of the series; by Riu Goto
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny Astray (Kidou Senshi Gundam SEED Destiny Astray, 2005 - ) - by Tomohiro Chiba

Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (Anno Domini)

  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (Kidou Senshi Gundam 00, 2007 - )
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00P (Kidou Senshi Gundam 00P, 2007–2009)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00F (Kidou Senshi Gundam 00F, 2007–2009) - by Koichi Tokita (Illustration)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00V (Kidou Senshi Gundam 00V, 2007–2009)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00I (Kidou Senshi Gundam 00I, 2009 - )
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00N (Kidou Senshi Gundam 00N, 2009 - )

Super Deformed Gundam

Main article: Super Deformed Gundam

Video game originated works

Games Book title Book type Description
Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story Gundam Blue Destiny Comic
Gundam Side Story: Rise from the Ashes 機動戦士ガンダム外伝―コロニーの落ちた地で…〈上〉角川スニーカー文庫
機動戦士ガンダム外伝―コロニーの落ちた地で…〈下〉角川スニーカー文庫
Novel
Mobile Suit Gundam: Lost War Chronicles 機動戦士ガンダム戦記―Lost War Chronicles〈1〉角川スニーカー文庫
機動戦士ガンダム戦記―Lost War Chronicles〈2〉角川スニーカー文庫
Novel
Mobile Suit Gundam: Zeonic Front ZEONIC FRONT―機動戦士ガンダム0079〈1〉角川スニーカー文庫
ZEONIC FRONT―機動戦士ガンダム0079〈2〉角川スニーカー文庫
Novel
Dynasty Warrior Gundam 1, 2 and 3

Other

  • Plamo-Kyoshiro (1982–1986) - in the world of Plamo-kyo ("Plastic-Model Fans"), schoolkids compete with self-build Mobile Suit Variations in a virtual-reality simulation; by Craft-Dan (Hisashi Yasui, Masahiro Oda, Masaya Takahashi, and Other, Story), Koichi Yamato (Illustration)
  • Shin Plamo-Kyoshiro (1987–1988) - by Hisashi Yasui (Story), Koichi Yamato (Illustration)
  • Cho-Senshi Gundam Boy (1989–1993) - by New Craft-Dan (Story), Koichi Yamato (Illustration)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam Alive (born 2006) - A Gundam story set in the modern day; by Mizuho Takayama
  • Fusion Clashes: Gundam Battle-Rave (born 2008) - A Gundam story with a boy with the power to use "Battle-Rave" from V Jump

References

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