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Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, known in Japan as New Mobile Report Gundam Wing (新機動戦記ガンダムW Shin Kidō Senki Gandamu Uingu), is a mecha anime series produced by Sunrise. It was directed by Masashi Ikeda and written by Katsuyuki Sumizawa. The series is chronologically set in an alternate universe titled "After Colony", one of the multiple parallel continuities of the Gundam franchise. It originally aired in Japan from April 7, 1995 to March 29, 1996 on TV Asahi.

Synopsis

The United Earth Sphere Alliance is a powerful military organization that has ruled over Earth and space colonies with an iron fist for several decades. When the colonies proclaimed their opposition to this, their leader was assassinated. Now, in the year After Colony 195, bitter colonial rebels have launched "Operation Meteor," sending five powerful mobile suits to Earth for vengeance. Built out of virtually indestructible material called Gundanium Alloy, these "Gundams" begin an assault against the Alliance and its sub organization OZ.

One Gundam, whose pilot has taken the name of the slain colony leader Heero Yuy, is forced to make a crash landing into the ocean after an atmospheric battle against OZ's ace pilot Zechs Marquise. Upon coming ashore, he is found by Relena Peacecraft, daughter of a peace-seeking politician, who witnesses Heero's descent to Earth. Although neither of them realize it yet, this encounter will have a profound impact on both their lives, as well as those on Earth and in space colonies.


Dubbing History

Gundam Wing was the first series in the Gundam franchise to be aired on American television, premiering on Cartoon Network's Toonami block on March 6, 2000. It was dubbed by Ocean Productions, which would go on to dub the original Mobile Suit Gundam series and several other Gundam shows, movies/OVAs, and video games. Wing was broadcast in both an edited format for its weekday afternoon airings on Toonami (which included the removal of bloodshed and profanity, and replacing the word "kill" with "destroy") and an uncut format for Toonami's Midnight Run, which was a first for anime on Cartoon Network and is often credited with leading to the creation of Adult Swim.

Cast

Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Gundam Wing Heero Yuy.png Heero Yuy Hikaru Midorikawa Mark Hildreth
Gundam Wing Relena Darlian.png Relena Darlian /
Relena Peacecraft
Akiko Yajima Lisa Ann Beley
Gundam Wing Relena Peacecraft.png
Gundam Wing Duo Maxwell.png Duo Maxwell Toshihiko Seki Scott McNeil
Gundam Wing Trowa Barton.png Trowa Barton Shigeru Nakahara Kirby Morrow
Gundam Wing Quatre Raberba Winner2.png Quatre Raberba Winner Ai Orikasa Brad Swaile
Gundam Wing Chang Wufei.png Chang Wufei Ryūzo Ishino Ted Cole
Gundam Wing Treize Kuschrenada.png Treize Khushrenada Ryōtarō Okiayu David Kaye
Gundam Wing Zechs Merquise.png Zechs Merquise /
Milliardo Peacecraft
Takehito Koyasu Brian Drummond
Gundam Wing Milliardo Peacecraft.png
Gundam Wing Lucrezia Noin.png Lucrezia Noin Chisa Yokoyama Saffron Henderson
Gundam Wing Catherine Bloom.png Catherine Bloom Saori Suzuki Moneca Stori
(eps. 2-13)
Cathy Weseluck
(eps. 35-43)
Gundam Wing Lady Une.png Lady Une Sayuri Yamauchi Enuka Okuma
Lady Une (Double personality) (Gundam Wing).jpg
Gundam Wing Sally Po.png Sally Po Yumi Tōma Moneca Stori
(eps. 3-12)
Samantha Ferris
(eps. 20-49)
Gundam Wing Mareen Darlian.png Mareen Darlian Lisa Ann Beley
Vice Minister Darlian (Gundam Wing).jpg Vice Minister Darlian Akio Ōtsuka Michael Dobson
Gundam Wing Marqués Weridge.png Marquis Weridge Kinryū Arimoto Don Brown (ep. 11)
Ward Perry
Mike Howard (Gundam Wing).jpg Mike Howard Hiroshi Ishida
Gundam Wing Dorothy Catalonia.png Dorothy Catalonia Naoko Matsui Cathy Weseluck
Gundam Wing Duke Dermail Catalonia.png Duke Dermail Catalonia Osamu Katō Michael Dobson
Gundam Wing Dr. J.png Jay Null /
Doctor J
Minoru Inaba Don Brown
(eps. 5-31)
Ward Perry
(eps. 47-49)
Gundam Wing Instructor G.png Professor G Yuzuru Fujimoto Brian Drummond
Gundam Wing Doctor S.png Doktor S Shinya Ōtaki David MacKay
Gundam Wing Instructor H.png Instructor H Takashi Taguchi
Gundam Wing Rashid Kurama.png Rashid Kurama Kazuhiro Nakata Paul Dobson
Auda (Endless Waltz).jpg Atta Tomokazu Seki Michael Dobson
Ahmad (Endless Waltz).jpg Ahmad Isshin Chiba Don Brown
Abdul (Endless Waltz).jpg Abdul Toshiyuki Morikawa Ward Perry
Gundam Wing Lieutenant Nichol.png Lieutenant Nichol Paul Dobson
Pargan (Gundam Wing).jpg Pagan Hiroshi Naka Ward Perry
Gundam Wing Hilde Schbeiker.png Hilde Schbeiker Kae Araki Marcy Goldberg
Gundam Wing Sylvia Noventa.png Sylvia Noventa Kumiko Nishihara Samantha Ferris
Tubarov Bilmon (Gundam Wing).jpg Tubarov Bilmon Yūji Mikimoto Richard Newman
Quinze Quarante.png Quinze Quarante Osamu Ichikawa David MacKay
Sedici (Gundam Wing).jpg Sedici Junichi Sugawara Don Brown
Scott McNeil (ep. 41)
Gundam Wing Title.png Narration Akio Ōtsuka Campbell Lane
Preview Narration Hikaru Midorikawa Mark Hildreth

Episodic Characters

Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor Episode
Gundam Wing Marshall Noventa.png Marshall Noventa Keiji Fujiwara Paul Dobson 7
Inspector Acht (Gundam Wing).jpg Inspector Acht Yū Shimaka 14-15
Gwinter Septem Keiichi Nanba Don Brown 22
Gundam Wing Count Townsend.png Count Townsend Kinryū Arimoto Michael Dobson 29

Additional Voices

Notes

  • Don Brown became unavailable for some reason after Episode 40, and most of his roles were recast. The lone exception is Ahmad in Episode 49, which was likely recorded prior to his unavailability.
  • Bandai's VHS release of the series featured the edited version that aired on Toonami, while their DVD release featured the uncut version that aired on Toonami's Midnight Run.

Transmission

Date(s) Channel Country
2000-2001 Cartoon Network
(Toonami)
United States United States
2000-2001 YTV Canada Canada
2001 Cartoon Network
(Toonami)
United Kingdom United Kingdom
2001-2003 Australia Australia

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Contents Region Country
Bandai Entertainment 1999-2000 VHS.jpg The Complete Series NTSC United States United States
16 Volumes
1999-2001 DVD.jpg The Complete Series 1
NTSC
10 Volumes
2006 The Complete Series
2 Volumes
Nozomi Entertainment 2017 BD The Complete Series A
DVB-T
2 Volumes

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