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Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam Define (機動戦士Ζガンダム Define Kidō Senshi Zēta Gandamu Define?) is a manga series written and illustrated by Hiroyuki Kitazume, first serialized in Gundam Ace in June 25, 2011. It is the sequel to Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin and a reinterpretation of Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam, closely following the series' main storyline with minor changes. The manga will be overseen by Kenichi Matsuzaki, who wrote the anime and supervised by Yoshiyuki Tomino, for the series's mecha.


Ensign Reccoa Londe has provided the AEUG with information regarding possible mobile suit development at the civilian colonies of Green Noa. Lieutenant Quattro (Char Aznable) with his wingmen Lieutenant JGs Apolly (Andy) and Roberto (Ricardo) head to the colony to investigate. On Green Noa 1, Kamille Bidan is rushing to the spaceport where the Temptation, a ship a former One Year War ace is on, is docking. He’s hoping to get an autograph from the famed Captain Bright Noa. As Bright explains that he’s on duty, Jerid and company interrupt the two. Jerid smacktalks Bright for receiving a two rank demotion upon refusing to join the Titans and grabs Kamille’s photo saying he should sign it as an elite member of the Federation. The two get into a scuffle and Kamille is hauled off for questioning. Matosh questions Kamille about being an AEUG insider but just then he’s freed after his story checks out. Just as the handcuffs come off, the Gundam MK-II crashes into the building.


Volume 1

  • Struct.01
  • Struct.02
  • Struct.03
  • Struct.04

Volume 2

  • Struct.05
  • Struct.06
  • Struct.07
  • Struct.08

Volume 3

  • Struct.09
  • Struct.10
  • Struct.11
  • Struct.12

Volume 4

  • Struct.13
  • Struct.14
  • Struct.15
  • Struct.EX 01

Volume 5

  • Struct.16
  • Struct.17
  • Struct.18
  • Struct.19

Volume 6

  • Struct.20
  • Struct.21
  • Struct.22
  • Struct.23

Volume 7

  • Struct.24
  • Struct.25
  • Struct.26
  • Struct.27

Volume 8

  • Struct.28
  • Struct.29
  • Struct.30
  • Struct.31

Volume 9

  • Struct.32
  • Struct.33
  • Struct.34
  • Struct.35

Volume 10

  • Struct.36
  • Struct.37
  • Struct.38
  • Struct.39

Volume 11

  • Struct.40
  • Struct.41
  • Struct.42
  • Struct.43
  • Struct.44

Volume 12


Anti-Earth Union Group



Anaheim Electronics



Luio & Company





Mobile Weapons

Vehicles and Support Units

Anaheim Electronics

Mobile Weapons

Vehicles and Support Units


Mobile Weapons

Vehicles and Support Units


  • Transport Plane




  • Like many of the featured mobile suits, the titular mobile suite MSZ-006 Zeta Gundam also gets a slightly revised initial model design as well as showcases the modifications made to it (initial model +wave shooter equipment, mid-model).


  • Vol.1 ISBN 978-4-04-120067-4-C0979
  • Vol.2 ISBN 978-4-04-120179-4-C0979
  • Vol.3 ISBN 978-4-04-120338-5-C0979
  • Vol.4 ISBN 978-4-04-120491-7-C0979
  • Vol.5 ISBN 978-4-04-120634-8-C0979
  • Vol.6 ISBN 978-4-04-120790-1-C0979
  • Vol.7 ISBN 978-4-04-121014-7-C0979
  • Vol.8 ISBN 978-4-04-102228-3-C0979
  • Vol.9 ISBN 978-4-04-102876-6-C0979
  • Vol.10 ISBN 978-4-04-103406-4-C0979
  • Vol.11 ISBN 978-4-04-103862-8-C0979
  • Vol.12 ISBN 978-4-04-105459-8-C0979
  • Vol.13 ISBN 978-4-04-106542-6-C0978

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