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Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team (機動戦士ガンダム 第08MS小隊 Hepburn: Kidō Senshi Gandamu Dai Zerohachi Emu Esu Shōtai?) is an original video animation (OVA) series directed by Takeyuki Kanda and Umanosuke Iida. Released between January 25, 1996 and July 25, 1999, the series spans twelve episodes and a compilation movie, Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team – Miller's Report, that also provides information on the events between episodes 08 and 09.

Synopsis

Universal Century 0079: The Jungles of Southeast Asia. During the One Year War, the Earth Federation and the Principality of Zeon are fighting a brutal guerrilla war for control of the area and its resources. Zeon’s best hope for victory in the region rests with an experimental mobile armor, the Apsalus and its pilot, Aina Sahalin. Meanwhile the Earth Federal Army, which has been fighting the Zeon in the region, receive reinforcements in the form of Ensign Shiro Amada, newly named commander of the 08th Mobile Suit Team. Aina and Shiro have met each other from a mutual rescue in space, but when Shiro discovers that Aina is in fact the pilot of the Zeon mobile armor he is arrested for treason. The Federation offers Shiro one chance at redemption: He must take the 08th MS Team deep into Zeon held territory to find Zeon’s hidden base. With the Zeon backed into a corner, and the Federation dependent on Shiro and his team for victory, the star crossed lovers must decide where their true allegiances lie: with each other, or with their respective sides.

Characters

Earth Federation Forces

Principality of Zeon

Civilians

Guerrillas

Mechanics

Earth Federation Forces

Mobile Weapons

Vehicles and Support Units

Principality of Zeon

Mobile Weapons

Vehicles and Support Units

Episodes

# Episode Title Japanese Airdate English Airdate
1 War for Two 25 January 1996 23 July 2001
2 Gundams in the Jungle 25 January 1996 24 July 2001
3 The Time Limit on Trust 25 March 1996 25 July 2001
4 The Demon Overhead 25 October 1996 26 July 2001
5 The Broken Order to Standby 25 November 1996 27 July 2001
6 Battle Line in the Burning Sand 18 December 1996 30 July 2001
7 Reunion 25 October 1997 31 July 2001
8 Duty and Ideals 18 December 1997 1 August 2001
9 Front Line 25 February 1998 2 August 2001
10 The Shuddering Mountain, Part 1 25 July 1998 3 August 2001
11 The Shuddering Mountain, Part 2 25 April 1999 6 August 2001
12 Last Resort 25 July 1999


Media

Music

Opening:

  • Arashi no Naka de Kagayaite (嵐の中で輝いて, lit. Shine in the Storm) by Chihiro Yonekura

Endings:

  • 10 Years After by Chihiro Yonekura
  • Mirai no Futari ni (未来の二人に, lit. The Future for Both of Us) by Chihiro Yonekura (episode 11)
  • Arashi no Naka de Kagayaite (嵐の中で輝いて, lit. Shine in the Storm) by Chihiro Yonekura (episode 12)
  • Eien no Tobira (永遠の扉, lit. Gateway to Eternity) by Chihiro Yonekura (Miller's Report ending theme)

Short Film

Publications

Compilation movie

Videos

Gallery

External links

Chronology

Preceded by:
Mobile Suit Gundam
Chronological order
0079 U.C.
Succeeded by:
Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket