Gundam: Cucuruz Doan’s Island Film Reveals Southern Cross Team Cast – News

The official Twitter account of the Mobile Suit Gundam: Cucuruz Doan Island (Kidō Senshi Gundam: Cucuruz Doan no Shima) The anime film revealed the cast, as well as character images and mobile suits for the film’s Southern Cross team. An elite unit of which the titular Cucuruz Doan was a member, the Southern Cross team is also infamous among the Federation forces. The team has veteran members who resent Doan’s defection, as well as new members who have joined admiring the unit’s reputation.

Cast includes (bottom row, left to right in image above) Yuu Hayashi as the bellicose new member of the team, Danan Rashica, who admires Doan, Shizuka Itu like Selma Levens who thinks her current leader doesn’t compare to Doan, Atsushi Miyauchi as team leader Egba Atler, who detests Doan, yoji ueda as deputy team leader and sniper Wald Ren, and kōji yusa Like Yun San Ho.

All team members are equipped with MS-06GD Zaku mobile suits with increased leg thrusters for improved maneuverability and custom loadouts.

The previously announced cast includes:

Toru Furuya like amuro ray

Shunsuke Takeuchi like Cucuruz Free

Ken Narita as Bright Noah

satomi arai as Mirai Yashima

megumi-han as Sayla Mass

toshio furukawa as Kai Shiden

Hideki Nakanishi as Hayato Kobayashi

misato fukuen as Arco Fraw

Tomofumi Ikezoe as Sleggar Law

The original advertisement for the film described the film as a retelling of the 15th episode of the original. Gundam Mobile Suit television anime. The episode itself has been omitted from the English language releases of the series.

The story is set after the Federation’s defense of Jaburo, with the Federation planning to renew offensives on the Zeon invasion headquarters in Odessa. Amuro and White Base head to Belfast to resupply, but White Base receives new orders: head to the “Island of No Return” to seek out and destroy Zeon stragglers. Amuro set off to the island in search of Zeon spies, but found a group of children and a Zaku mobile suit on the supposedly uninhabited island. With the Gundam left behind, Amuro meets a man who calls himself Cucuruz Doan. After discovering the secret of the island, Amuro tries to return to the Gundam to escape.

Manga creator and animator Yoshikazu Yasuhiko directs the film and is also credited with the character designs along with Atsushi Tamura (growing old with you) and tsukasa kotobuki (Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin, Saber Puppet J). Yasuhiko had revealed in June that he was working on an unannounced anime film. ka hee im accredited as assistant director. Toshizo Nemoto (Macross delta) is writing the script. Long time Gundam mechanical designers Kunio Okawara, Hajime Katokiand Kimitoshi Yamane are credited for mechanical design in the movie. Takayuki Hattori (Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin) is composing the music.

Yūji Kaneko is the art director, while nagisa abe is the color key artist. Takeshi Katsurayama and Ryō Iijima they are the directors of photography composition. Shuhei Morita is the CGI line director, and Morhito Abe is the CGI director. nii kazuhiro is editing and Sadayoshi Fujino is the sound director.

The film will be released on June 3.

Junji Ono‘s Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin MSD: Cucuruz Doan no Shima (Mobile Suit Gundam The Origin MSD: Cucuruz Doan’s Island) manga (pictured right) released in kadokawa‘s gundam ace magazine in May 2016 and ended in May 2019. The manga has a total of five volumes.

The manga is a spin-off of Yoshikazu Yasuhiko‘s Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin manga The manga tells the story of Cucuruz Doan, a character who appeared in the similarly titled 15th episode of yoshiyuki tominoIt is original Gundam Mobile Suit anime series In the episode, the main character is a Zeon pilot who left his post after refusing an order.

by Yasuhiko Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin The manga is also inspired by and reimagines the original. Gundam Mobile Suit Serie. media display published part of the manga in North America from 2002 to 2004, before stopping publication of the series. Vertical licensed the series in 2013 and released all 12 volumes.

The manga inspired a six-episode anime project in Japanese theaters from 2015 to 2018. Yasuhiko worked as the anime’s chief director, character designer, and screenwriter. A 13-episode television series collecting the anime premiered in April 2019.

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