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Sandman and his ragtag crew are back to save the Earth from the deadly Zeravire invasion, but they're not the only ones on duty this time! Enter the elite G-Soldier Squadron, the firstt unit in the government's attempt to mass-produce Gravion technology.
The second (2004) season of Gravion mixes several genres: sci-fi, mecha, comedy, adventure, and jiggle. Under the leadership of dashing Klein Sandman, the elite G-Knights continue their battles against the alien Zeravire. Eiji and Taro remain the only males in the squadron of nubile young women. Their individually piloted machines combine to form Heavy Metal God Gravion, a handsomely designed mecha in the Gundam tradition. The poorly staged battle sequences fail to showcase the gigantic robot, but it doesn't really matter: Gravion Zwei is more about fan service than military service. The girls range from mildly curvaceous Ena to Mizuki, who, like June, is bustin' out all over. Viewers see a lot of Eiji's bare buns in episode 3, suggesting that fan-service nudity is becoming more gender neutral. But Gravion Zwei is an inane throw-away of a series. (Rated TV MA: violence, nudity, risqué humor, alcohol use) --Charles Solomon
another fans service diguised as something eits not. Basically like Ikki Tousen its basically a showcase of complicated and detahced plot,and busty hot chicks. Read morePublished on November 26, 2005 by TheJukeboxLoser
After the first season gravion begins to be very funny but you still want more of story from them. The best new addition to Gravion is that they seem to be creating a Villan. Read morePublished on March 22, 2005 by Keith A. Jones