Gundam ZZ Episode 22
Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ is a 1986 Japanese science fiction anime television series created and directed by Yoshiyuki Tomino and produced by Nagoya Broadcasting Network, Sotsu Agency, and Sunrise with music production by Starchild Records. Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ is the sequel to the 1986 Japanese science fiction series Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam. Spanning 47 episodes, the series premiered in Japan on Nagoya Broadcasting Network on March 1, 1986 and concluded on January 31, 1987.
Gundam ZZ Episode 22
In intricate maneuver's around the Colony's garbage piles, Judau is able to take out both Gaza-C mobile suits. Eventually he's locked into a close quarters fight with the Zssa. When the Methuss intervienes again, Mashymre retreats and the fight is over before Yazan Gable can do anything this episode.
This episode continues where the last one left off. Inside the city, the battle is still raging, but the Core Fighter has been washed up onto the shore of an island. Ple and Mondo find it, and while Mondo goes to get the medicine, Ple leads away Leina. She ends up trying to kill Leina, saying that she already has a brother and a family, but she herself had nobody. Judau appears on the scene, and stops them fighting, saying that they're all siblings together. Ple seems to accept this, and offers to take care of Leina while Judau goes off to help his friends, who are valiantly defending them from Glemy forces.
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As announced by Sunrise at AnimeExpo 2013, from August 5, 2013, DAISUKI provided free Internet Streaming of the series with English subtitles. The series was removed from DAISUKI sometime before June 2014. Gundam.Info later began uploading six subtitled episodes on their youtube weekly from mid July 2017
We've currently written up to the first three or four episodes of the story, and I think this will work. There originally wasn't a TV series scheduled for '86, so honestly we're doing this in a panic. The atmosphere in the studio is as if we'd just entered the home stretch of a 10K race, and then were suddenly told we had another 10K to go. (laughs)
After episode 22, the story itself will enter a terrestrial chapter. But I don't think we'll be meeting old characters or using the Audhumla as a base as we did in Z. When I decided to do Gundam as a continuing series, it was because I wanted to make it a single historical chronicle. It's true that there are some who'd like the old characters to reappear, but when it's not necessary for the camera to show old characters like Amuro and Kamille, I think we'll try our best to hold back. Going back to my earlier comments, that point is probably the direct reason why ZZ is being rejected by people who expected it to be "something that's like Gundam."
First, to ensure there's no misunderstanding, I'd like to say that I was the one who first suggested we make the ZZ a combining mecha. At the point when it was decided that we'd produce Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ, and make the work in its current form, I told the companies involved that I'd like the main mecha to be a combining mobile suit. That was because, as I said earlier, I wanted to show the fun and range that robot shows originally had, and which they've lost sight of over the the last few years. In that sense, I'm personally elated that ZZ episode 11 depicts the "combination" in that way (see film).
To tell the truth, I wanted to devote an entire episode to a combination of "docking plus drama." But the majority of the young people animating the Gundam in the actual studio have never made a combining robot show before. So I'm somewhat dissatisfied with the quality of the final product in areas such as the layout during the docking process, and the application of perspective to the parts. If you're writing a script, all you have to do is say "the ZZ combines." You can do it in one line.
In that respect, the "docking plus drama" is handled well in episodes 12 and 13. But once you've established that pattern, it can turn into an "all-bank" drama in which you simply retrace it, the A-Mecha and B-Mecha combine, and then the bad guys shown up. (1) So I want the young staff, including the scriptwriters, storyboard artists, and key animators, to keep trying. On the other hand, I'd like the youngsters to speak up and say, let's add human depiction to a full-episode combination drama!
ZZ has now gathered enough strength to continue for another year. So the last episode, in January of next year, won't be an ordinary finale. The Shangri-La characters will survive in good spirits and, in the last episode, I plan to end with the protagonist Judau Ashta setting off on a journey. Judau isn't like the previous Amuro or Kamille. I think he's a character with the potential to become a fine protagonist. In a positive sense, he can be a protagonist who doesn't think about anything.
Kamille, by comparison, was always brooding by himself. He's a character who makes you want to say, "If you're thinking on your own like that, then please stop." (laughs) While we're talking about the last episode, I'll just say there's still hope for Kamille. We'll end in a way that makes you anticipate he'll probably go back to normal.
Meanwhile, Judau isn't yet spiritually mature enough to understand his fellow Newtypes. But after he leaves on his journey and then returns, maturing both spiritually and as a human being, I think he'll become a good protagonist. That's the reason for sending Judau on a journey in the last episode. And then, after a one-year hiatus, a new Gundam will begin when he returns. Thus it won't be a continuation of ZZ, but a completely new story in which I want Judau to once again play the leading role. As a creator, I'd really like to do that.
And Kamille, during his period of insanity, is also maturing. Kamille appears in episodes 34 to 36 of ZZ and, though supposedly an invalid, he'll seem very capable as he does things like sending Newtype messages to Ple in battle.
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