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Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Vol. 5 [Blu-ray] (2010)

koki uchiyama , kazuhiro furuhashi  |  Blu-ray
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: koki uchiyama
  • Directors: kazuhiro furuhashi
  • Format: Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: French, Spanish, English, Japanese
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: bandai visual co, ltd.
  • DVD Release Date: June 8, 2012
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007TAX7V8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #230,168 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Vol. 5 [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

Having destroyed the Shamblo, Riddhe and Banagher are now confronted by the jet-black Unicorn Gundam 02, Banshee . In its cockpit is Marida, who has been reconditioned on the orders of Martha, the acting head of the Vist Foundation.
Banagher is captured by the Banshee and transferred to the Ra Cailum, flagship of the Londo Bell unit, but he refuses to reveal the new coordinate data disclosed by the La+ Program. In order to make him talk, the exasperated Martha puts Mineva aboard the Garuda aircraft that is coming to collect the Unicorn Gundam.
Meanwhile Bright, the captain of the Ra Cailum, senses the future in Banagher s strong will and decides to grant his wish to save Mineva. Via his friends Beltorchika Irma and Kai Shiden, Bright secretly calls in the Garencieres team to attack the Garuda and rescue Mineva...

Main Staff
Original Concept: HAJIME YATATE, YOSHIYUKI TOMINO from MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM / Director: KAZUHIRO FURUHASHI / Script: YASUYUKI MUTO / Story: HARUTOSHI FUKUI / Original Character Design: YOSHIKAZU YASUHIKO / Animation Character Design: KUMIKO TAKAHASHI / Original Mobile Suit Design: KUNIO OKAWARA / Mechanical Design: HAJIME KATOKI, JUNYA ISHIGAKI, YOSHINORI SAYAMA, NOBUHIKO GENMA / Art Director: SHIGEMI IKEDA / Color Design: TAKAKO SUZUKI / CG Director: TOMOHIRO FUJIE / Directors of Photography: TAKESHI KATSURAYAMA, YUI TANAKA / Editing: DAISUKE IMAI / Conceptual Consultant: SHINYA OGURA / Music: HIROYUKI SAWANO / Sound Director: ERIKO KIMURA / Planning & Animation Production: SUNRISE
(English Dubbing)
English Adaptation Produced by SUNRISE
In Association with NYAV POST

Japanese Voice Cast
Banagher Links: KOKI UCHIYAMA / Mineva Lao Zabi (Audrey Burne): AYUMI FUJIMURA / Riddhe Marcenas: DAISUKE NAMIKAWA / Marida Cruz: YUHKO KAIDA / Bright Noa: KEN NARITA / Suberoa Zinnerman: HIDEAKI TEZUKA / Kai Shiden: TOSHIO FURUKAWA / Beltorchika Irma: MARIA KAWAMURA / Alberto Vist: WATARU TAKAGI / Martha Carbine: TOMOKO SHIOTA / Flaste Schole: RIKIYA KOYAMA / Otto Mitas: NAOYA UCHIDA / Nigel Garrett: YUICHI NAKAMURA / Daryl McGuinness: ANRI KATSU / Watts Stepney: HIROKI YASUMOTO

English Voice Cast
Banagher Links: STEVE CANNON / Mineva Lao Zabi (Audrey Burne): STEPHANIE SHEH / Riddhe Marcenas: YURI LOWENTHAL / Marida Cruz: TARA PLATT / Bright Noa: CHRIS SMITH / Suberoa Zinnerman: MICHAEL ALSTON BAILEY / Kai Shiden: KEVIN T. COLLINS / Beltorchika Irma: EILEEN STEVENS / Alberto Vist: JB BLANC / Martha Carbine: ELLYN EPCAR / Flaste Schole: PATRICK SEITZ / Otto Mitas: MICHAEL SORICH / Nigel Garrett: MATT MERCER / Daryl McGuinness: SPIKE SPENCER / Watts Stepney: KYLE HEBERT

Bonus Fetures
Story So Far, Promotional Clips, TV Commercials, Character & Mecha Highlights.

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34 of 39 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars $47.99 @ May 10, 2012
ok so I LOVE & I LOVE THE GUNDAM franchise; however everyone is correct $95 is highway robbery. So go to "" the Anime~Manga devoted web site & you can buy Unicorn Vol #5 for only $47.99 ( + $8 shipping ). Sorry Amazon but overpriced is overpriced.
As far as the Series itself, Unicorn continues with Man's struggle against his constant war of self destruction all the while striving for peace. The animation is beautiful & rich keeping the action fast enough to be action while slow enough to follow it. Twist & turns abound as we continue on with the story and for every secret they reveal another question takes it's place.
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5.0 out of 5 stars If price isn't a concern... November 6, 2012
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First off, the price from resellers is silly. Since Bandai 'exited' North America, fans will be at the mercy of resellers. Nothing really can be done about that. On the plus side, Bluray A/1 means it will work in North America. And seeing as how there are English subtitles and language tracks, maybe there is some hope they may return to North America. So putting my best effort forward, I will disregard the price as I would have collected it anyways and will now move onto the content.

It may come as a shock, being a fan of Gundam, that I didn't really like some of the spinoff timelines. Gundam fans that watched their first Gundam show on VHS will probably sympathize with me on this one. I felt that SEED was good for what it is, but it didn't capture the nostalgia factor. 00 was well done and I respect it. Then there are things like G and SD. Between the high praise and not having to say more than the title names, there was OVA's like 8th MS Team. They filled the nostalgic feeling but left me wanting more.

Unicorn is within the UC timelines. One block checked for nostalgia! It is a story worth telling. One more blocked checked for content. It is amazing to watch. Check the block for video. The sounds in 5.1 are clear and well produced in either English or Japanese. Add an other check. Unicorn is written for the current times and doesn't just rip off the original plot line by plot line. Sweet, that makes 5 checks!

Volume 5 continues to see Banagher develop through interactions with Bright and Mineva. Although hinted before in previous episodes, Riddhe continues to spiral down hill. Past is revealed about Zinnerman and Marida. And it seems like a good time to end and wait for the last 2 videos to be released.
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5.0 out of 5 stars AWESOME March 11, 2014
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its in great condition when it came in and its what I wanted. I love the product, and nobody recommended it
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By Chris
Now Unicorn OVA is outstanding aside from episode 4 which was incredibly botched when it came to story. But aside from that problem Episode 5 more than makes up for it. Everything returns to form and I am quite pleased with it, there is not as much Mech combat and I appreciate the nods to past characters and the other shows in the timeline. This episode's story sets up for the two episode finale coming up. One that has released and did a review for it as well. The themes of the show Family, focusing on the past, the now, or the future is present, Then we have the Zeon-Federation conflict heading to a close, and finally some hints that some of our favorite characters from the previous entry are probably dead. The animation and music are beautiful as are the character moments especially between Marida and Zimmerman... Riddhe continues his downward descent into being the douche in the series as he finally snaps.. Bright is still here and thank god for that..

My one gripe is that Full Frontal does not have any dialogue and they need to develop his character in a different way than just reminding us fans why Char Aznable was BA...

The other gripes are a returning character cameo.. They got the wrong VA to do him... Did not do the character justice.

Now since we are at the mercy of resellers since Bandai left North America. Rating the product a one star is not justified. If you like the product and want to support it do so. But do not trash the OVA for that.

Now I did hear a bit of news about the final episode coming in Spring 2014. It will be 90 minutes long. I think that is great. I will continue to support this great entry into the meta series and hope that Bandai returns to NA.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Unicorn 5 May 3, 2013
By Kyugen
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I'm a huge Unicorn fan. Getting this series made getting a Bluray player worth it. In fact its the reason I bought a blu ray player in the first place.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Series! Crappy Price April 26, 2012
By Jordan
The whole Gundam Unicorn series is an AMAZING SERIES! I would recommend the series to anyone including new people to the Gundam Franchise. However, the biggest downfall here is sadly the price. The price of this episode alone is enough for anyone to do extensive research into not buying the product however, at this hopefully the price will drop over time.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great series but wait till the price goes down May 4, 2012
By Dave
I really love the series, but I would never pay $96 for one episode 50min. I'll just wait untill the price goes down.
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars got it through amazon seller July 21, 2012
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II actually got this volume from amazon seller Japan store for a normal price and got it within 3 days. Factory sealed and bubble wrapped! 95 was ridiculous so i did some research and found a few sellers for average price. I actually got up late that day and rite stuff was sold out. As was great episode. 5 stars for japan store as well. Also, best price on gundam models and fastest shipping is at
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What the hell is with that price?
Yeah $128 is ridiculous. The MSRP for the past four blu-rays has been $59.99 (which I personally still think is ridiculous). Maybe this is an import listing? I'm hoping Episodes 5 and 6 get bundled in the $20 DVD treatment like the first 4 episodes. Chances are slim though, what with Bandai's... Read More
Apr 12, 2012 by Sean Farrell |  See all 6 posts
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