Mobile Suit Gundam Wing Endless Waltz: Glory of the Losers (新機動戦記ガンダムW ENDLESS WALTZ: 敗者たちの栄光 Shin Kidō Senki Gundam W ENDLESS WALTZ: Haisha-tachi no Eikō?) is a manga based on the Mobile Suit Gundam Wing anime, featuring a 'more complete' re-telling of the series by incorporating elements from various other side stories. It was serialized in Gundam Ace. Its English release has been published by Vertical Comics (which has also published the English release of Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin).
- 1 Story
- 2 Chapters
- 3 Characters
- 4 Mobile Suits
- 5 Picture Gallery
- 6 Notes
- 7 Editions
- 8 References
- 9 External Links
The story follows the plot of the Gundam Wing TV series very closely, incorporating plot elements introduced in the prequel manga, Episode Zero, and the concurrently-running photonovel, Frozen Teardrop. Therefore, the manga acts as a retelling of the original animated TV series with all backstory and sidestory plot elements incorporated, as the 'complete' story.
- Episode.01: OPERATION METEOR (PART.01)
- The year is After Colony 195, and the space colonies began rising up against the oppressive United Earth Sphere Alliance. On the 6th of April, a group of Alliance Space Leos surround a rebel hideout in the L2 Colony Cluster. However, an unknown mobile suit emerges from the hideout and easily destroys the Leos. On Earth, Lady Une, an officer of the Organization of the Zodiac, reports the appearance of the unknown mobile suit to Treize Khushrenada, OZ's leader. Treize realizes that the mobile suit is a Gundam, created to carry out Operation Meteor. He then relays the information to Zechs Merquise, an OZ ace pilot. Back in space, Duo Maxwell, the Gundam's pilot, and Professor G, the Gundam's creator, are being pursued by an OZ fleet from the Space Fortress Bulge. Unable to shake their pursuers, Professor G decides that they have no choice but to enlist the help of the Barton Foundation, and plots a course to L2-V08744, Duo's home colony. However, Duo is angered by this, saying that he'd rather die than take part in a massacre.
- Episode.02: OPERATION METEOR (PART.02)
- Duo attempts to destroy his Gundam to avoid taking part in a massacre but is prevented by Professor G, who then suggests Duo take the mobile suit to Earth and carry out Operation Meteor his own way. At the same time, on April 7, A.C. 195, four other Gundams are sent to Earth as well, with each of their pilots also intending to carry out their own versions of Operation Meteor. Most of the Gundams make it to Earth successfully, but the winged unit sent from the L1 Colony Cluster is intercepted during its descent by Zechs' assault carrier. The Gundam destroys Zechs' support Aries units with its buster rifle, but Zechs manages to grapple the Gundam with his Mk. IV Leo "Greif" and sink it into the Pacific Ocean. Meanwhile, the other four Gundams make their presence on Earth known as they each begin to attack OZ facilities and squadrons.
- Episode.03: Wings of a Fallen Angel (PART.01)
- Episode.04: Wings of a Fallen Angel (PART.02)
- Heero is held captive at an Alliance military hospital headed by Sally Po, but Duo helps him escape and later recovers both of their Gundams from the sea. However, Heero refuses to have his mobile suit repaired by Duo's support group.
- Episode.05: Tallgeese - Miracle Worker (PART.01)
- Episode.06: Tallgeese - Miracle Worker (PART.02-1)
- As Heero begins to repair his Gundam by himself, he receives orders to destroy an OZ air carrier transporting Gundanium Alloy. Meanwhile, Zechs is introduced to the Tallgeese, the original mobile suit prototype, at the Alliance's Corsica Base. At the same time, the base is attacked by the Gundam pilot Trowa Barton. Trowa continues his deadly assault until his mobile suit runs out of ammunition. However, he is saved by the timely arrival of the Gundam pilot Quatre Winner and his support MS team, the Maganac Corps.
- Episode.07: Tallgeese - Miracle Worker (PART.02-2)
- Episode.08: Tallgeese - Miracle Worker (PART.03-1)
- Episode.09: Tallgeese - Miracle Worker (PART.03-2)
- Trowa and Quatre's Gundams battle each other at the Corsica Base, until the two pilots agree that they shouldn't be enemies. Meanwhile, Heero finishes repairing his Gundam by stealing parts from Duo's. He then successfully carries out his latest mission and retrieves the OZ carrier's Gundanium Alloy for his own use. After being informed of the lost Gundanium, Treize puts his plans on hold for building his own Gundam and turns his focus to the deployment of OZ's new Taurus units.
- Episode.10: The Victoria Nightmare (PART.01)
- Episode.11: The Victoria Nightmare (PART.02)
- Episode.12: A Banquet for the Pleiades (PART.01)
- Episode.13: A Banquet for the Pleiades (PART.02)
- Heero installs spare energy cartridge pods for his Gundam's buster rifle after breaking into an Alliance base in Hawaii. He later proceeds to destroy the base, but Duo arrives seeking revenge for his prior theft. As their Gundams clash, however, Duo is contacted by Professor G while Heero is contacted by his own mentor, Doctor J. The two pilots are each ordered to destroy OZ's Taurus units, which they are told will be launched at the New Edwards Base in California where top OZ officials are gathering, and the other Gundam pilots receive the same orders. Heero saves Duo from an enemy sneak attack, as an act of repaying him, then takes off for New Edwards. However, this gathering is really a peace-talk meeting of the Alliance's top officials, which Relena and her father, Vice-Minister Darlian, also attend. This dummy operation is Treize's scheme to manipulate the Gundams into assisting his own plans.
- Episode.14: A Banquet for the Pleiades (PART.03)
- Episode.15: A Banquet for the Pleiades (PART.04)
- Episode.16: A Banquet for the Pleiades (PART.05)
- Episode.17: A Banquet for the Pleiades (PART.06)
- Episode.18: A Banquet for the Pleiades (PART.07-1)
- Episode.19: A Banquet for the Pleiades (PART.07-2)
- Trowa, Quatre and Wufei begin their assault on the New Edwards Base, but soon learn they've been deceived. As the Alliance officials attempt to flee the base, however, Heero's Gundam arrives and swiftly destroys their shuttle. Heero is then informed by Duo of his grave mistake, and he realizes that Operation Meteor has now become a complete failure. His actions also inadvertently cause the death of Vice-Minister Darlian, who reveals to Relena with his dying words her true identity. At the same time, OZ begins a worldwide takeover of the Alliance. Zechs uses the Tallgeese to avenge his fallen homeland, the Sanc Kingdom. When Heero learns from Sally that New Edwards is targeted for destruction by an orbiting missile satellite, he uses his Gundam to intercept and destroy the missile. Meanwhile, Wufei attempts to kill Treize but is defeated in a sword duel. However, Treize allows him to escape, which leaves Wufei in disgrace.
- Episode.20: Disgrace at Baikal (PART.01)
- Episode.21: Disgrace at Baikal (PART.02)
- OZ spreads word that the real launch point for their Taurus units will be at their Baikal Base in Siberia, with the intention of luring the Gundams into a trap. Meanwhile, Duo transfers to the same boarding school Heero has been attending as a hideout. Relena later confronts Heero at their school about her foster father's death, but she doesn't accept his offer for revenge and he spares her life in turn. He then tells Duo to attack the Baikal Base's land transportation route, while he'll take its air route.
- Episode.22: Disgrace at Baikal (PART.03)
- Episode.23: Disgrace at Baikal (PART.04)
- Quatre and the Maganacs begin their assault on the land route near Baikal Base, but discover it is a decoy. Meanwhile, Trowa begins his own assault on the base's air route. Heero's Gundam arrives soon after, but is intercepted by Zechs in the Tallgeese.
- Episode.24: Disgrace at Baikal (PART.05)
- Episode.25: Disgrace at Baikal (PART.06)
- As Heero duels Zechs, Trowa continues his assault while Duo arrives to assist Quatre. However, Lady Une sets her trap in motion when she threatens to use the recently-captured Space Fortress Bulge to destroy the colonies unless the Gundam pilots surrender (to Zechs and Noin's disgust). Doctor J responds and agrees to surrender, but refuses to hand over the Gundam he created. Understanding Doctor J's implied order, Heero self-destructs his Gundam along with himself. This apparent sacrifice catches OZ by surprise. Trowa then gathers Heero's body while informing Duo and Quatre to retreat in the confusion.
- Episode.26: Lament of Icarus: War of Annihilation (PART.01)
- Episode.27: Lament of Icarus: War of Annihilation (PART.02)
- Heero manages to survive and recover from his Gundam's explosion after being unconscious for a month, thanks to Trowa who has now disguised himself as an OZ officer. After being informed that Zechs has rebuilt his Gundam for an intended secret re-match, Heero journeys with Noin and Trowa to Zechs' Berkley Base in Antarctica. When the Romefeller Foundation sends a search party to hunt them down and expose Zechs as a traitor, Noin and Trowa counterattack.
- Episode.28: Lament of Icarus: Duel (PART.01)
- Episode.29: Lament of Icarus: Duel (PART.02)
- Episode.30: Lament of Icarus: Duel (PART.03)
- Heero accepts Zechs' offer for a re-match, but chooses to use Trowa's Gundam instead of his own rebuilt mobile suit. The re-match takes place the next day, but neither pilot is able to outmatch the other. When Romefeller's fleet arrives, Trowa uses Heero's Gundam to deliver extra supplies for a counterattack. However, Zechs chooses to take on the entire fleet by himself and allow Heero and Trowa to escape. Zechs continues to battle the fleet with the Tallgeese until his mask shatters, symbolizing the end of his loyalty to Treize.
- Episode.31: Lament of Icarus: Flight to Despair (PART.01)
- As OZ begins to take control of the colonies by earning their support, Duo and Quatre decide they must return to space to prevent this while hoping that the other Gundam pilots will follow their example.
- Episode.32: Lament of Icarus: Flight to Despair (PART.02)
- Episode.33: Lament of Icarus: Flight to Despair (PART.03)
- As Duo and Quatre fight to secure transportation off Earth, they discover that the colonies' representatives have been swayed by OZ into denouncing the Gundams' actions. Though feeling betrayed, the two pilots are encouraged to continue fighting when they learn that Heero, Trowa and Wufei have each agreed to return to space as well. As each of the pilots leave Earth, Quatre self-destructs his Gundam to cover their escape. Meanwhile, Zechs is revealed to have survived his ordeal thanks to Mike Howard, the Tallgeese's original engineer, and he also takes off for space.
- Episode.34: The Afterglow of Zero - Attack (PART.01)
- Episode.35: The Afterglow of Zero - Attack (PART.02)
- Episode.36: The Afterglow of Zero - Attack (PART.03)
- OZ has captured and imprisoned Heero, Duo, Wufei and the five Gundam engineers at their Lunar Base, while Trowa continues to act under the guise of an OZ officer. Meanwhile, a new mobile suit known as the Wing Gundam Proto Zero begins a rampage across space, destroying OZ satellites and even colonies. The new Gundam's pilot is none other than Quatre, who has gone insane following the death of his father and seeks revenge against all of outer space.
- Episode.37: The Afterglow of Zero - Showdown
- Episode.38: The Afterglow of Zero - Defeat (PART.01)
- Episode.39: The Afterglow of Zero - Defeat (PART.02)
- Heero battles Quatre, but is outmatched by the Proto Zero. As Quatre attempts to finish him off with the Proto Zero's twin buster rifle, however, Trowa flies in the way of the blast and is seemingly killed in the process. This sacrifice snaps Quatre out of his insanity.
- Episode.40: The Afterglow of Zero - Counterattack (PART.01)
- Episode.41: The Afterglow of Zero - Counterattack (PART.02)
- OZ has become divided over the use of its new Mobile Dolls. As Treize is placed under house arrest by Romefeller for his defiance, Lady Une releases Duo and Wufei from captivity at the Lunar Base and they escape with their newly-upgraded (though unfinished) Gundams.
- Episode.42: The Afterglow of Zero - Indecision (PART.01)
- Episode.43: The Afterglow of Zero - Indecision (PART.02)
- On Earth, Relena has revived the Sanc Kingdom with Noin's help in order to continue the pacifist work of her late father, King Peacecraft. Back in space, Heero, Quatre and the Proto Zero are captured by a group of OZ soldiers led by Trant Clark and Hilde Schbeiker. Meanwhile, Zechs meets with colony representatives under the guise of his true identity, Milliardo Peacecraft, as an ambassador of the Sanc Kingdom. After recognizing the influence OZ has gained over the colonies, Zechs uses his new Tallgeese Flugel MS to attack OZ in space.
- Episode.44: The Afterglow of Zero - Boundary (PART.01)
- Episode.45: The Afterglow of Zero - Boundary (PART.02)
- Heero is forced by Trant to test the Proto Zero's special cockpit system known as ZERO. However, much like with Quatre, this system drives Heero mad and he goes on his own rampage within the Lunar Base. After Quatre manages to stop him, the two pilots escape back to Earth. Meanwhile, Noin and Sally team up to recover Heero's Gundam (which he left behind on Earth) and bring it to the Sanc Kingdom.
- Episode.46: The Reversed Death - Dazzlement
- Episode.47: The Reversed Death - Pride
- Episode.48: The Reversed Death - Reversal
- Episode.49: The Reversed Death - Approaching From Afar
- Duo is confronted by Hilde, who attempts to capture him until she realizes she too is considered an enemy of OZ for her involvement in Trant's group. Though they are both captured, Duo manages to break them out and convince Hilde that the Gundam pilots are on the right side. As they make their escape, however, they are confronted by Trant in the Proto Zero. Trant battles Duo's Gundam in an attempt to gain mastery of the ZERO System, but is defeated by the combined efforts of Duo and Hilde. Trant then self-destructs the Proto Zero in desperation, but is killed when caught in the explosion.
- Episode.50: Chains of Mobius - Lance and Shield
- Duo and Hilde are confronted by Zechs, who seeks to join forces with the Gundam pilots. However, Duo attacks Zechs and causes significant damage to the Tallgeese Flugel with Hilde's help, but they stop when Duo learns that Zechs is working with Howard (who was Duo's ally on Earth). Though Duo still refuses to join Zechs, Howard offers to finish upgrading Duo's Gundam with the resources of his spaceship, Peacemillion, and also requests that the Proto Zero's remains be brought onboard.
- Episode.51: Chains of Mobius - The Glass Kingdom
- Heero joins forces with guerrilla forces on Earth in battling an army of OZ's Virgo mobile dolls, but is outclassed while piloting a standard Leo MS. However, Noin delivers his Gundam's buster rifle to him, which allows Heero to wipe out the MD army with ease. Noin then brings Heero to the Sanc Kingdom for a reunion with Relena. Back in space, a still-alive Trowa is discovered by his former circus partner, Catherine Bloom, but he has lost all memory of who he is.
- Episode.52: Chains of Mobius - The Next Machine <Epyon> (PART.01)
- Episode.53: Chains of Mobius - The Next Machine <Epyon> (PART.02)
- While Quatre heads out to reunite with the Maganac Corps, who have rebuilt his Gundam, Noin shows Heero where his own Gundam is being kept at the Sanc Kingdom's secret underground hanger (along with several modified Taurus units). Heero uses the hanger's resources to create new beam weaponry (called "Drei Zwerg") for his Gundam based on data he learned from the ZERO System, but is forced to build imperfect replicas due to lack of Gundanium Alloy. Later, Heero uses his modified Gundam to destroy a battalion of MD carriers attempting to invade the Sanc Kingdom. After fulfilling this debt, he departs for Treize's Luxembourg Base which is also being invaded by a large MD army.
- Episode.54: Chains of Mobius - The Next Machine <Epyon> (PART.03)
- Episode.55: Chains of Mobius - The Next Machine <Epyon> (PART.04)
- On his way to Luxembourg, Heero is contacted by Dorothy Catalonia from Treize's mansion. Heero destroys several MD troops at the base, but his Gundam is eventually disabled and runs out of ammo. He then contemplates using his Gundam's self-destruct device again, but is dissuaded by both Dorothy and Treize. They invite Heero to the mansion, where Treize presents him with the Gundam Epyon as a replacement. Back in space, Howard finishes restoring the Wing Gundam Zero with parts from the Tallgeese Flugal (particularly its wing binders) and Zechs uses the Gundam to return to Earth following a nightmare he has of the Sanc Kingdom's second destruction.
- Episode.56: Fleeting Peace - Glass Kingdom
- Episode.57: Fleeting Peace - Fleeting Collapse
- Episode.58: Fleeting Peace - Path to Destruction (PART.01)
- Episode.59: Fleeting Peace - Path to Destruction (PART.02)
- Episode.60: The End of Peace - A Proposition from Epyon
- Episode.61: The End of Peace - Zero's Rebuttal
- Wufei witnesses the destruction of his home colony in space. Back on Earth, Romefeller launches a final massive assault on the Sanc Kingdom. Noin leads a counterattack and is later joined by Quatre and the Maganacs. Heero returns with the Epyon, but discovers this new Gundam is also equipped with the ZERO System and once again loses control of himself as he fights. Zechs also arrives with the Wing Zero to defend the Sanc Kingdom, but eventually ends up dueling Heero again. Following intense pressure from Romefeller, Relena announces the dissolution of the Sanc Kingdom and allows herself to be taken prisoner.
- Episode.62: The End of Peace - Choice to Return (PART.01)
- Episode.63: The End of Peace - Choice to Return (PART.02)
- Heero and Zechs continue to battle each other until their Gundams' ZERO Systems overwhelm them to the point of exhaustion. Heero then gives the Epyon to Zechs (since it was built by Treize), while taking the Wing Zero for himself as they part ways again. Back in space, Duo and Wufei are offered to join a new rebellion called the White Fang, but they both refuse. After they are nearly wiped out by the White Fang's recently-captured space fortress, Libra, the two pilots accept Howard's offer for support onboard the Peacemillion. Meanwhile, Relena is offered to become Romefeller's new representative and Queen of the Earth, though in truth as a puppet ruler for their own purposes. Noin and Quatre return to space following the worldwide announcement of Relena's new position, while Heero declares he will kill Relena.
- Episode.64: The Future of Choice - Assassination of a Queen
- As Queen Relena announces in a public speech her own intentions for total pacifism between Earth and space (which differ from what Romefeller had intended), Heero prepares to assassinate her to prevent what he perceives to be a false peace. However, he is convinced to spare her by the warm reception Relena receives from the various world leaders. Meanwhile, Zechs is given an offer by Quinze Quarante of the White Fang.
- Episode.65: The Artemis Revolution
- Heero returns to OZ's Baikal Base with the Wing Zero, in order to secure transportation back into space. While there he is met by Sally, who has recovered Trowa's Gundam. Meanwhile, the White Fang in space announces their intention for resistance against the Earth and reveals their new leader to be Zechs, once again under the guise of his true identity Milliardo Peacecraft.
- Episode.66: The Fall of Bulge (PART.01)
- Episode.67: The Fall of Bulge (PART.02)
- Zechs announces the White Fang's goals to achieve peace in space by destroying Earth. To prove the White Fang's might, he uses the Epyon to destroy OZ's Space Fortress Bulge with help from the Libra's main laser cannon. Back on Earth, Treize decides to take over control of Romefeller and relieve Queen Relena of her position in order to fight back against the White Fang.
- Episode.68: Takeoff into Confusion - Return (PART.01)
- Episode.69: Takeoff into Confusion - Return (PART.02)
- Episode.70: Takeoff into Confusion - Gathering (PART.01)
- Episode.71: Takeoff into Confusion - Gathering (PART.02)
- Episode.72: Takeoff into Confusion - Libra
- Episode.73: Takeoff into Confusion - Decision (PART.01)
- Episode.74: Takeoff into Confusion - Decision (PART.02)
- Quatre learns of Trowa's survival, but he is still suffering from amnesia. Unfortunately, the remaining members of OZ's Space Force hold hostage the colony Trowa's circus troupe is staying at, in an attempt to reclaim the Libra. However, Zechs refuses to give in to their demands, and Treize denounces their actions. As Duo, Quatre, Wufei and Noin fight off the OZ forces outside the colony, Heero uses the Wing Zero to attack the enemy inside the colony while Sally delivers to Trowa his own Gundam. Heero convinces Trowa to use the mobile suit to help defend Catherine and the other colony hostages, and Trowa's body is able to reflexively remember the controls. The OZ forces counterattack with the Mercurius and Vayeate, now mobile dolls, but Heero and Trowa are able to overcome them due to the two units being programmed with their own combat data. After liberating the colony, the five Gundam pilots unite onboard the Peacemillion. Meanwhile, Relena journeys to space to try and stop her brother's course of action against the Earth, while Dorothy follows to join forces with Zechs.
- Episode.75: Eve Wars I - G Team, Sortie!!
- Episode.76: Eve Wars II - ZERO MODE
- Episode.77: Eve Wars III - Breakthrough into Darkness
- Episode.78: Eve Wars IV - The Sorrow of Space, Part 1
- Episode.79: Eve Wars IV - The Sorrow of Space, Part 2
- After Howard finishes upgrading Trowa and Quatre's Gundams for space combat (along with restoring the Wing Zero's transformation ability), the G Team agrees to attack the White Fang despite not siding with Treize's World Nation either. Wufei is elected leader of the G Team, but he requests that Quatre serve as tactical advisor. Heero asks Howard to install the ZERO System inside Quatre's Gundam to aid him with said tactics. Onboard the Libra, Zechs refuses Relena's pleas and then joins in the battle against the Gundams with the Epyon, while Dorothy takes command of the Libra's mobile doll control room. Relena later meets up with Hilde, who succeeds in temporarily sabotaging the MD control system, and they escape the Libra together. When Quatre attempts to sacrifice himself to disable the Libra, Trowa stops him and manages to regain his full memory in the process. Back on Earth, the World Nation forces depart for space under the command of Treize's new Tallgeese II MS.
- Episode.80: The Final Victors I: Duel
- Treize requests Zechs to duel him one-on-one to decide the fate of the battle between Earth and the colonies, but Zechs refuses and fires the Libra's main laser cannon at the Tallgesse II. However, Treize is saved by the timely intervention of Lady Une (piloting Heero's abandoned Gundam) and then orders his forces to take down the Libra.
- Episode.81: The Final Victors II: The Second Operation Meteor
- Howard and Sally ram the Peacemillion into the Libra, which disables its main laser cannon. However, Zechs orders that the Libra be dropped onto Earth itself in order to claim victory. Meanwhile, Relena and Hilde are rescued from pursuing White Fang forces by Heero in the Wing Zero. After guiding them to safety, Heero asks Relena to have faith in him before returning to the battlefield to engage Zechs one last time.
- Episode.82: The Final Victors II: Three Duels, Part 1
- Episode.83: The Final Victors II: Three Duels, Part 2
- Quatre and Dorothy engage in a sword duel inside the Libra's mobile doll control room, each expressing their ideals over war and peace. Meanwhile, Treize dies in combat during a re-match with Wufei, much to Wufei's shock. Though Lady Une subsequently orders the World Nation forces to surrender, this does not change Zechs' decision on dropping the Libra onto Earth. The final battle between Heero and Zechs' Gundams begins.
- Episode.84: The Final Victors III: Endless Waltz, Part 1
- Episode.85: The Final Victors III: Endless Waltz, Part 2
- Doctor J and the other Gundam engineers succeed in changing the Libra's trajectory (at the apparent cost of their lives), though a section of the space fortress breaks off and continues to fall towards Earth. Heero ultimately defeats Zechs, but spares his life for Relena's sake. He then prepares to self-destruct the Wing Zero, along with himself, to destroy the main power reactor of the descending Libra block. However, Zechs intervenes and uses the Epyon's beam sword to destroy the reactor himself, seemingly sacrificing himself instead. Though this only destroys half of the Libra block, Heero uses the Wing Zero's twin buster rifle (equipped with the "Drei Zwerg") to destroy the block's remains during atmospheric re-entry. This brings an end to the Eve Wars. In the aftermath, the Earth Sphere Unified Nation is created to form a new and improved government between Earth and the colonies, and Relena takes over her late foster father's position as Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs in order to help maintain the peace.
As the manga is a retelling of the main series, please see After Colony list of characters for a character list
Please see After Colony Mobile Weapons for a list of Mobile Suits in the series.
- The manga began running concurrently with Frozen Teardrop as part of the 15th anniversary celebration of Gundam Wing in Japan.
- The manga replaces all of Kunio Okawara's Gundam designs from the anime series with the Endless Waltz redesigns by Hajime Katoki (including the original five). It also features Okawara's Wing Zero in a minor redesign (called the Wing Gundam Proto Zero) that is later rebuilt into Katoki's "angel-winged" design. In addition, some of OZ's mobile suits have minorly-altered appearances and names.
- Vol.1 ISBN 978-4-04-715676-0
- Vol.2 ISBN 978-4-04-715815-3
- Vol.3 ISBN 978-4-04-120289-0
- Vol.4 ISBN 978-4-04-120560-0
- Vol.5 ISBN 978-4-04-120738-3
- Vol.6 ISBN 978-4-04-120953-0
- Vol.7 ISBN 978-4-04-101909-2
- Vol.8 ISBN 978-4-04-102460-7
- Vol.9 ISBN 978-4-04-103137-7
- Vol.10 ISBN 978-4-04-103776-8
- Vol.11 ISBN 978-4-04-104403-2
- Vol.12 ISBN 978-4-04-105344-7
- Vol.13 ISBN 978-4-04-106191-6
- Vol.14 ISBN 978-4-04-106481-8
- Vol.1 ISBN 978-1-94-505434-1
- Vol.2 ISBN 978-1-94-505435-8
- Vol.3 ISBN 978-1-94-505436-5
- Vol.4 ISBN 978-1-94-505437-2
- Vol.5 ISBN 978-1-94-505438-9
- Vol.6 ISBN 978-1-94-505439-6
- Vol.7 ISBN 978-1-94-719407-6
- Vol.8 ISBN 978-1-94-719416-8
- Vol.9 ISBN 978-1-94-719422-9
- Vol.10 ISBN 978-1-94-719427-4
- Vol.11 ISBN 978-1-94-719449-6
- Vol.12 ISBN 978-1-94-719450-2
- Vol.13 ISBN 978-1-94-719465-6
- Vol.14 ISBN 978-1-94-719479-3
|After Colony / Mars Century|
|Anime||Gundam Wing | Endless Waltz | Comprehensive Episode Listing|
|Events||Operation Meteor | Eve Wars | Operation Mythos|
|Topics||Characters | Locations | Mobile Suits | Nations and Factions | Technology | Warships and Spacecraft|
|Books||Gundam Wing Manga | Gundam Wing Novel | Endless Waltz Manga | Endless Waltz Novel | A Scythe In My Right Hand, You In My Left | Battlefield of Pacifists | Blind Target | Episode Zero | Frozen Teardrop | G-Unit (The Last Outpost) | Ground Zero | Perfect Album Bom-Bom Comic | Technical Guide | Glory of the Losers | Tiel's Impulse|
|Media||Gundam Wing: Complete Remastered Edition|
|Timelines||Advanced Generation | After Colony | After War | Anno Domini | Build Fighters | Correct Century | Cosmic Era | Future Century | Mars Century | Post Disaster | Regild Century | SD Gundam | Universal Century|