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Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn (機動戦士ガンダムUC(ユニコーン)) is an original video animation adaption of the novel written by Harutoshi Fukui. It was directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi and features screenplays written by Yasuyuki Muto. The series was originally released in Japan between February 20, 2010 and May 17, 2014, consisting of 7 episodes. The series was released in North America on Blu-Ray by Bandai Entertainment and The Right Stuf International between March 12, 2010 and June 6, 2014.

Synopsis

The year is U.C. 0096. Three years have passed since the end of the Second Neo Zeon War.

It is said that the Vist Foundation manipulates the Earth Federation and Anaheim Electronics from behind the scenes. Hoping to create a new world, the Foundation attempts to hand over a certain secret to the Neo Zeon remnants known as the Sleeves. This will mean the opening of Laplaces Box, which holds a great secret tied to the origins of the Universal Century.

The exchange between the Vist Foundation and the Sleeves is to take place at the manufacturing colony Industrial 7. This is the home of the student Banagher Links, who rescues a girl he sees falling through the colony's zero gravity area. The girl gives her name as Audrey Burne and says she wants to prevent a war, spurring Banagher to step into the conflict surrounding Laplaces Box, almost as if he is drawn in by his own bloodline.

Cast

Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Banagher Links Kōki Uchiyama Steve Staley
Audrey Burne /
Mineva Lao Zabi
Ayumi Fujimura Stephanie Sheh
Full Frontal Shūichi Ikeda Keith Silverstein
Takuya Irei Hiro Shimono Robby Sharpe
Micott Bartsch Haruka Tomatsu Rachael Lillis
Riddhe Marcenas Daisuke Namikawa Yuri Lowenthal
Marida Cruz Yūko Kaida Tara Platt
Suberoa Zinnerman Hideaki Tezuka J. David Brimmer
Daguza Mackle Hiroki Tōchi Richard Epcar
Watts Stepney Hiroki Yasumoto Kyle Hebert
Syam Vist Ichirō Nagai Troy Baker (ep. 1)
Paul St. Peter (ep. 7)
Bright Noa Ken Narita Christopher Corey Smith
Conroy Haagensen Kenta Miyake Marc Thompson
Mihiro Oiwakken Megumi Toyoguchi Michelle Ruff
Liam Borrinea Misa Watanabe Cindy Robinson
Flaste Schole Rikiya Koyama Sean Schemmel
(eps. 1-3)
Patrick Seitz
(eps. 4-7)
Martha Vist Carbine Tomoko Shiota Ellyn Stern
Alberto Vist Wataru Takagi J.B. Blanc
Nigel Garrett Yūichi Nakamura Matthew Mercer
Gael Chan Yutaka Aoyama Jamieson Price
Norm Basilicock Atsushi Miyauchi Mike Pollock
Gilboa Sant Chō Troy Baker
(ep. 1)
Kirk Thornton
(eps. 2-3)
Aaron Terzieff Etsuo Yokobori Taliesin Jaffe
Tomura Fuminori Komatsu Sam Riegel
Hill Dawson Hideyuki Umezu Liam O'Brien
Alec Kenji Nomura Troy Baker
Ricardo Marcenas Kinryū Arimoto Robert O'Gorman
Beltorchika Irma Maria Kawamura Eileen Stevens
Loni Garvey Mariya Ise Karen Strassman
Hasan Masaharu Satō Kirk Thornton
Tikva Sant Mutsumi Tamura Cindy Robinson
Otto Mitas Naoya Uchida Michael Sorich
Besson Takayuki Sakazume Michael Sinterniklaas
Kai Shiden Toshio Furukawa Kevin T. Collins
Meran Unshō Ishizuka Marc Diraison
Sydow Omoki Yōhei Tadano Steve Kramer
Haro Ryō Hirohashi Stephanie Sheh
Angelo Sauper Tetsuya Kakihara Michael Sinterniklaas
Cardeas Vist Takayuki Sugō Stephen Mendel
Esther Ryō Hirohashi Michal Friedman
Bollard Gō Inoue David Wills
Ronan Marcenas Shinji Ogawa Dave B. Mitchell
Daryl McGuinness Anri Katsu Spike Spencer
Marco Eiji Miyashita Ogie Banks
Bancroft Naoki Kusumi Sean Schemmel
Yonem Kirks Rikiya Koyama Kyle Hebert
Char Aznable Shūichi Ikeda Keith Silverstein

Additional Voices

Note

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Contents Region Country
Bandai Entertainment 2010-2011 BD Episodes 1-4 A
DVB-T
United States United States
3 Volumes
The Right Stuf International 2013-2014 DVD.jpg The Complete Series 1
NTSC
4 Volumes
2018 The Complete Series
4 Discs
BD The Complete Series A
DVB-T
4 Discs

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