New Mobile Report Gundam Wing (新機動戦記ガンダムW Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing?) is a manga adaptation of the New Mobile Report Gundam Wing TV series, written by Kōichi Tokita. Publisher Kodansha originally released 3 volumes between 1995 to 1996. They re-released a two volume "Bargain Edition" on March 19, 2003. In 2005, Kodansha once again released a reformatted edition of the manga, comprising of three volumes.
The manga was also released in English by Mixx Entertainment (Tokyopop) between 2000 to 2001 and in German by Egmont Manga & Anime between 2001 to 2002. The English release saw chapters of Go For It Domon! Gundam Party included with each issue.
The story of Gundam Wing begins in the year After Colony 195, with the start of Operation Meteor, the scientists' plan for revenge against the OZ military organization. The operation involves five young boys who have each been chosen and trained by one of the five rogue scientists, then sent to Earth independently in extremely advanced Mobile Suits, one designed by each of the scientists, known as "Gundams". Their Mobile Suits are called Gundams because they are constructed from a rare and astonishingly durable material known as Gundanium alloy, which can only be created in outer space.
The five Gundam Pilots — Heero Yuy, Duo Maxwell, Trowa Barton, Quatre Raberba Winner, and Chang Wufei — originally have no knowledge of each others' existence. On first meeting any of the other five, each pilot believes the others to be enemy pilots in new OZ mobile suits. Once the young pilots realize that they have the same objective of destroying OZ (and in some cases the same mission), they band together to help each other complete their goals.
- 5 Secret Weapons
- OZ Makes A Move
- Heero Versus Zechs: A Hot Battle On Antarctica
- Boys Wander
- Wings of Sorrow
- The Threat of Mobile Dolls
- Evil Zero System
- The Gundam Team Is Formed!
- The Fall of the Sanc Kingdom
- Prelude to the Final Battle
- Space Rocks
- The Boys Fly Away to the Future
- Kodansha (Original)
- Kodansha (Bargain Edition)
- Kodansha (2005 Edition)
- Mixx Entertainment (English)
- Egmont Manga & Anime (German)