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Gaia Gear (ガイア・ギア Gaia Gia) is a 26-episode radio drama based on the story written by Yoshiyuki Tomino, It was released concurrently with the written publication and finished after the original novel concluded, it was later released on five CDs from November 1992 until July 1993. Finally two soundtrack CDs were released which included the music featured in the radio drama.

Story

  • Episode 1 - The Return of Char
  • Episode 2 - The Call of the Universe
  • Episode 3 - Memory Clone
  • Episode 4 - Miranda Howe
  • Episode 5 - Tracking Ul
  • Episode 6 - Shuttle Hijack
  • Episode 7 - Mother Metatron
  • Episode 8 - Infiltrate Hellas
  • Episode 9 - Afranche Captured
  • Episode 10 - Zorin Soul
  • Episode 11 - Runaway
  • Episode 12 - Awakening
  • Episode 13 - The Order to Pursue MaHa
  • Episode 14 - Atmospheric Entry
  • Episode 15 - Mistral
  • Episode 16 - Contact
  • Episode 17 - Defeat
  • Episode 18 - The Ambition of Dagoru
  • Episode 19 - Anguish of Krishna
  • Episode 20 - Nouveau Paris
  • Episode 21 - End of the battle
  • Episode 22 - Gizzu Geese
  • Episode 23 - The Challenge of Jean Wen Fu
  • Episode 24 - Bavarian wind
  • Episode 25 - The voice of Everly
  • Episode 26 - Paper Castle

Mechanics

Metatron

Mobile Weapons

Vehicles and Support Units

MaHa (Man Hunting Attachment)

Mobile Weapons

Vehicles and Support Units

Music

Opening

  • Voice of Gaia by Ichikawa Yoko

Ending

  • Stay With You by Ichikawa Yoko


Gallery

References

CD Releases

  • Gaia Gear CD-1 (November 21, 1992)
  • Gaia Gear CD-2 (January 21, 1993)
  • Gaia Gear CD-3 (March 21, 1993)
  • Gaia Gear CD-4 (May 21, 1993)
  • Gaia Gear CD-5 (July 21, 1993)

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