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{{quote|Tagline|The beast of possibility finds its master and soars through a shaken cosmos.}}
 
{{quote|Tagline|The beast of possibility finds its master and soars through a shaken cosmos.}}
{{nihongo|'''Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn'''|機動戦士ガンダム UC(ユニコーン)|Kidō Senshi Gandamu Yunikōn}} is 2010 theatrical OVA series based on [[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn (Novel)|the novel series of the same name]] written by Japanese author [[Harutoshi Fukui]], with character and mechanical designs provided by [[w:c:animanga:Yoshikazu Yasuhiko|Yoshikazu Yasuhiko]] and [[Hajime Katoki]], respectively, and music by [[w:c:animanga:Hiroyuki Sawano|Hiroyuki Sawano]].
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{{nihongo|'''Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn'''|機動戦士ガンダム{{ruby|UC|ユニコーン}}|Kidō Senshi Gandamu Yunikōn}} is 2010 theatrical OVA series based on [[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn (Novel)|the novel series of the same name]] written by Japanese author [[Harutoshi Fukui]], with character and mechanical designs provided by [[w:c:animanga:Yoshikazu Yasuhiko|Yoshikazu Yasuhiko]] and [[Hajime Katoki]], respectively, and music by [[w:c:animanga:Hiroyuki Sawano|Hiroyuki Sawano]].
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
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*[[MSZ-006A1 Zeta Plus A1]]
 
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*[[RAG-79 Aqua GM]]
 
*[[RAG-79 Aqua GM]]
*[[RAS-96 Ankusha]]
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*[[RAS-96 Ankusha|RAS-96 Anksha]]
 
*[[RMS-179 GM II]]
 
*[[RMS-179 GM II]]
 
*[[RMS-179 GM II Semi-Striker]]
 
*[[RMS-179 GM II Semi-Striker]]
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*''[[Garencieres]]''
 
*''[[Garencieres]]''
 
*[[Endra-class|''Endra''-class]]
 
*[[Endra-class|''Endra''-class]]
*[[Mad Angler class|''Mad Angler'' class]]
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*[[Mad Angler-class|''Mad Angler''-class]]
 
*[[Musaka-class|''Musaka''-class]]
 
*[[Musaka-class|''Musaka''-class]]
 
*[[Rewloola-class|''Rewloola''-class]]
 
*[[Rewloola-class|''Rewloola''-class]]
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*''[[RE:I AM]]'' by Aimer (Episode 6)
 
*''[[RE:I AM]]'' by Aimer (Episode 6)
 
*''[[StarRingChild]]'' by Aimer (Episode 7)
 
*''[[StarRingChild]]'' by Aimer (Episode 7)
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==Picture Gallery==
 
==Picture Gallery==
 
<gallery hideaddbutton="true">
 
<gallery hideaddbutton="true">
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Logo Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn.jpg|Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Logo
 
51YTNMy4XuL._SL500_AA300_.jpg|Day of The Unicorn Blu-ray Cover
 
51YTNMy4XuL._SL500_AA300_.jpg|Day of The Unicorn Blu-ray Cover
 
unicorn-02.jpg|The Second Coming of Char Blu-ray Cover
 
unicorn-02.jpg|The Second Coming of Char Blu-ray Cover
61kYXp9Ak8L.jpg|At the Bottom of the Gravity Well episode 4
 
 
Gundam UC Episode 3 'The Ghost of Laplace' Posters.jpg|Gundam UC Episode 3 'The Ghost of Laplace' Poster
 
Gundam UC Episode 3 'The Ghost of Laplace' Posters.jpg|Gundam UC Episode 3 'The Ghost of Laplace' Poster
 
Gundam UC Episode 3 'The Ghost of Laplace' Posters0.jpg|Gundam UC Episode 3 'The Ghost of Laplace' Poster
 
Gundam UC Episode 3 'The Ghost of Laplace' Posters0.jpg|Gundam UC Episode 3 'The Ghost of Laplace' Poster
 
MSG Unicorn - HQ Ep.4 Scan.jpg|Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn: At the Bottom of the Gravity Well- Promo Poster
 
MSG Unicorn - HQ Ep.4 Scan.jpg|Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn: At the Bottom of the Gravity Well- Promo Poster
Aposter4111.jpg|A poster of "At the Bottom of the Gravity Well" episode 4
 
 
d8f4d9e69921fae4b4f795d5d137712c1330083405_full.png|A poster of "Black Unicorn"
 
d8f4d9e69921fae4b4f795d5d137712c1330083405_full.png|A poster of "Black Unicorn"
 
l_4f8805ab54124.jpg|Black Unicorn Blu-ray
 
l_4f8805ab54124.jpg|Black Unicorn Blu-ray
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GundamUCep6 - NewtypeMovinOn.jpg|Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Episode 6 - Movin' On (Newtype)
 
GundamUCep6 - NewtypeMovinOn.jpg|Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Episode 6 - Movin' On (Newtype)
 
1ga1.jpg
 
1ga1.jpg
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JRA X Gundam Beyond Collab Unicorn Poster.jpg|JRA X Gundam Collaboration
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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==Production==
 
==Production==
 
The adaptation of the novels was first announced in June issue of Kadokawa Shoten's Monthly Gundam Ace magazine, initially green-lit for the winter of 2014.<ref>[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2009-04-22/gundam-unicorn-anime-officially-announced Gundam Unicorn Anime Officially Announced (Updated)]</ref>
 
The adaptation of the novels was first announced in June issue of Kadokawa Shoten's Monthly Gundam Ace magazine, initially green-lit for the winter of 2014.<ref>[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2009-04-22/gundam-unicorn-anime-officially-announced Gundam Unicorn Anime Officially Announced (Updated)]</ref>
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===Release===
 
===Release===
 
To days following the announcement of the OVA, it was reported that there would be a simultaneous English release. <ref>[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2009-04-27/report/gundam-unicorn-planned-for-simultaneous-world-release Report: Gundam Unicorn Planned for Simultaneous World Release]</ref>
 
To days following the announcement of the OVA, it was reported that there would be a simultaneous English release. <ref>[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2009-04-27/report/gundam-unicorn-planned-for-simultaneous-world-release Report: Gundam Unicorn Planned for Simultaneous World Release]</ref>
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===Media===
 
===Media===
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn (Novel)|Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn]]'' (Light Novel)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn (Novel)|Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn]]'' (Light Novel)
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn - Bande Dessinee Episode: 0]]'' (Manga)
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;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC: The Man Who Could Not Ride the Rainbow]]'' (Manga)
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;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Bande Dessinee Episode: 0]]'' (Manga)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn - Bande Dessinee]]'' (Manga)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn - Bande Dessinee]]'' (Manga)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn: The Noble Shroud]]'' (Manga)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn: The Noble Shroud]]'' (Manga)
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;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC Testament]]'' (Manga)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC Testament]]'' (Manga)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam U.C. 0094: Across the Sky]]'' (Manga)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam U.C. 0094: Across the Sky]]'' (Manga)
;*'''[[UC-MSV]]''' (Mobile Suit Variations)
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;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam U.C. 0096: Last Sun]]'' (Manga)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC MSV Kusabi]]'' (Manga)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC MSV Kusabi]]'' (Manga)
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC: The Man Who Could Not Ride the Rainbow]]'' (Manga)
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;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn 4-koma]]'' (Manga)
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;*''[[I Live Gundam UC]]'' (Manga)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC: The War After the War]]'' (Novel)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC: The War After the War]]'' (Novel)
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;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC: Phoenix Hunting]]'' (Novel)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn (Game)|Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn]]'' (PS3 Video Game)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn (Game)|Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn]]'' (PS3 Video Game)
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC: One of Seventy Two]]'' (Short Film)
 
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC Prismatic Mobiles]]'' (Guide Book)
 
;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC Prismatic Mobiles]]'' (Guide Book)
 
;*[[Human Capital]]
 
;*[[Human Capital]]
;*'''[[I Live Gundam UC]]'''
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;*'''[[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn RE:0096]]''' (TV Anime)
;*'''[[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn RE:0096]]'''
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;*''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC: One of Seventy Two]]'' (Short Film)
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;*'''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC: A Phantom World]]''' (Short Film)
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;*'''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC Perfectibility]]''' (Short Film)
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;*'''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC: Neo Zeong Strikes Odaiba!]]''' (Short Film)
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;*'''[[Gundam Unicorn Mobile Suit Variations]]''' (Mobile Suit Variations)
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;*'''[[Mobile Suit Gundam UC: Return of the Lion]]'''
   
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
To be added
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==References==
 
==References==
 
{{Reflist}}
 
{{Reflist}}

Latest revision as of 01:42, May 21, 2020

Please note that this is the Gundam Wiki's article on the OVA, Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn; if you are looking for the article on other uses then you should head to Gundam Unicorn.
The beast of possibility finds its master and soars through a shaken cosmos.

—Tagline

Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn (機動戦士ガンダムUC(ユニコーン) Kidō Senshi Gandamu Yunikōn?) is 2010 theatrical OVA series based on the novel series of the same name written by Japanese author Harutoshi Fukui, with character and mechanical designs provided by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko and Hajime Katoki, respectively, and music by Hiroyuki Sawano.

SynopsisEdit

The story begins in UC 0001, at the very beginning of human space colonization, with the Laplace terror incident, a major event that influences the course of human history forever. The main story takes place in UC 0096, three years after the events of Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack and seventeen years after the One Year War.

EpisodesEdit

# Episode Title Japanese Airdate English Airdate
1 Day of the Unicorn 12 March 2010 12 March 2010
2 The Second Coming of Char 12 November 2010
3 The Ghost of Laplace 5 March 2011
4 At the Bottom of the Gravity Well 12 November 2011
5 Black Unicorn 19 May 2012
6 Two Worlds, Two Tomorrows 2 March 2013
7 Over the Rainbow 17 May 2014


OrganizationsEdit

Earth FederationEdit

Earth Federation Space Forces Special Task Group. A newly put together group that is in charge of hunting down the Neo Zeon remnants. Known as the Manhunter unit.

Neo ZeonEdit

  • "The Sleeves"
This is the name of the Neo Zeon remnants are known as. After the second Neo Zeon movement, the remaining Neo Zeon troops are gathered by Full Frontal at the ruins of a resource asteroid.

Vist FoundationEdit

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 Laplace´s Box, which holds a great secret tied to the origins of the Universal Century.

Anaheim ElectronicsEdit

Anaheim Electronics is a fictional civilian manufacturing company originally produced a wide range of technological applications from consumer electronics to battleships and even space colonies. Bow Anaheim Electronics creating advanced mobile weapons for any faction that would be willing to pay, then selling the same technology to the former's enemy.

Zeon RemnantsEdit

These are the military forces of the Principality of Zeon who remained on Earth despite the defeat and surrender of the Principality. Most are scattered across the Earth sphere, conducting guerilla attacks against the Earth Federation with military support from "The Sleeves".

CharactersEdit

CivilianEdit

Vist FoundationEdit

  • Cardeas Vist - Grandchild of Syam Vist, second generation head of the Vist family.
  • Gael Chan - He is Cardeas's secretary and bodyguard.
  • Syam Vist - He came into possession of a strange object called "Laplace" and through underworld connections he married into the Vist family and became the head of the influential Vist Foundation.

Anaheim ElectronicsEdit

  • Martha Vist Carbine - Cardeas' younger sister. She married into the Carbine family which established Anaheim Electronics.
  • Alberto Vist - A staff of Anaheim Electronics who board the Nahal Argama to stop the opening of the "Laplace's box". It is mentioned in the novel that he is Cardeas's son with his first wife.
  • Aaron Terzieff - An Anaheim Electronics engineer who participated in the RX-0 development project as part of the armor materials division.
  • Bancroft - A teacher at Anaheim Industry Technical School.

Neo Zeon/"The Sleeves"Edit

  • Full Frontal - The mysterious leader of the Neo Zeon remnant forces who is described as the "2nd coming of Char".
  • Suberoa Zinnerman - Captain of "Garencieres".
  • Marida Cruz - A female MS pilot of the "Kshatriya" on board the Garencieres.
  • Angelo Sauper - A MS pilot of "The Sleeves" and team leader of the Frontal bodyguards.
  • Flaste Schole - He is a crew member of the freighter Garencieres.
  • Alec
  • Besson
  • Gilboa Sant - He is a pilot of the Geara Zulu.
  • Hill Dawson - Captain of the Rewloola-class.
  • Tomura - A highly skilled mechanic on board the Garencieres.
  • Savoir
  • Sergi - A MS pilot of "The Sleeves" and one of the men assigned as Full Frontal's bodyguards.

Earth FederationEdit

  • Ronan Marcenas - Riddhe's father, an important member of the Earth Federation Central Council.
  • Ricardo Marcenas - Supported by the liberal group, he became the first prime minister of the Federal Government.

Earth Federation ForcesEdit

Zeon RemnantsEdit

  • Loni Garvey - Daughter of Mahdi Garvey, she holds a deep hatred of the Earth Federation, brought about by the death of her father.
  • Yonem Kirks - Leader of a group Zeon remnants based in New Guinea.
  • Russet

MechanicEdit

Vist FoundationEdit

Mobile WeaponsEdit

Earth FederationEdit

Mobile WeaponsEdit

Support UnitsEdit

Neo Zeon (The Sleeves)Edit

Mobile WeaponsEdit

Support UnitsEdit

Republic of ZeonEdit

Mobile WeaponsEdit

Vehicles and Support UnitsEdit

Zeon RemnantsEdit

Mobile WeaponsEdit

Vehicles and Support UnitsEdit

CiviliansEdit

SoundtrackEdit

EndingsEdit

  • Ryuusei no Namida (Tears of the Falling Star) by Chiaki Kuriyama (Episode 1)
  • Everlasting by Kylee (Episode 2)
  • Merry-Go-Round by Chemistry (Episode 3)
  • B-Bird by Earthmind (Episode 4)
  • Broken Mirror by Boom Boom Satellites (Episode 5)
  • RE:I AM by Aimer (Episode 6)
  • StarRingChild by Aimer (Episode 7)

Picture GalleryEdit

ProductionEdit

The adaptation of the novels was first announced in June issue of Kadokawa Shoten's Monthly Gundam Ace magazine, initially green-lit for the winter of 2014.[1]

ReleaseEdit

To days following the announcement of the OVA, it was reported that there would be a simultaneous English release. [2]

See alsoEdit

MediaEdit

NotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

Preceded by:
Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack
Chronological order
0096 U.C.
Succeeded by:
Mobile Suit Gundam F91


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