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The Original Novel of Gaia Gear (Vol.3, 1990)

Gaia Gear is a science fiction story written by Yoshiyuki Tomino with mechanical design of Ito Mamoru and based on Tomino's Gundam series. It first ran as a serial in the Japanese Newtype Magazine from April 1987 to December 1991. Afterwards the story was released in five novels which were released from September 1988 until April 1992. It was also turned into a 26-episode radio drama that aired in Japan from 1987 to 1992 and was released on five CDs from November 1992 until July 1993. Finally two soundtrack CDs were released which included the music of the radio drama.

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Plot

Gaia Gear Radio Drama CD (Vol.3 1993)

Gaia Gear is a story set in the future of the Universal Century timeline of the Mobile Suit Gundam anime universe, specifically in UC 0203. Once more, the governments of Earth and its space colonies are at odds and resolve their differences with mecha, now named "Man-Machines". This time the resistance group Metatron fights against the Man Hunting Attachment police force of the corrupt Earth Federation. To have better chances Metatron creates a memory clone of the legendary Char Aznable called Afranshia Char, who commands the troops of Metatron and pilots the Gaia Gear Alpha.

Retconning

The series was one of Yoshiyuki Tomino's early visions of the future of the Gundam universe. The novels and radio dramas have now both been invalidated by the words and later works released by media giant Bandai (Gundam's owner), and the novels are now considered to take place in an alternate history.

Music

Gaia Gear Music Soundtrack (Vol.1 1992)

Opening

  • Voice of Gaia by Ichikawa Yoko

Ending

  • Stay With You by Ichikawa Yoko

See also

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