GUNDAM: hathaway anime film delayed due to covid-19

published 04.06.2020 22:43

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Yoshiyuki tomino, the creator of the first gundam’s series and several of the later projects, wrote the three-volume kidō senshi gundam’s: senkō no hathaway (mobile suit gundam’s: hathaway’s flash or alternately, mobile suit gundam’s: flash’s hathaway) novel series from 1989 to 1990.

The film project credits pablo uchida, naoyuki onda, and shigeki kuhara with adapting mikimoto’s character designs for animation, and hajime katoki, kimitoshi yamane, seiichi nakatani, and nobuhiko genba with adapting moriki’s mechanical deisgns for animation.

The original mobile suit gundam: hathaway’s flash novel series featured character illustrations by haruhiko mikimoto (gundam 0080) and mechanical designs by yasuhiro moriki.

Nozomu sasaki voiced bright’s son hathaway noa in the 1988 mobile suit gundam: char’s counterattack film.

The novel series is set in the year uc0105 and centers around hathaway noa, who appeared in the 1988 film mobile suit gundam’s: char’s counterattack as the son of the influential federation ship captain bright noa.