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Mobile Suit Gundam MS Igloo (Blu-Ray)

Mobile Suit Gundam MS Igloo is an original story by Yoshiyuki Tomino and Hajime Yatate. The series was directed by Takashi Imanishi (Mobile Suit Gundam 0083 Stardust Memory, Twin Star Exorcists, Armored Trooper Votoms) with music by Megumi Oohashi (Akame Ga Kill!, Tenchi Muto! GXP, The Third: The Girl with the Blue Eye).

Universal Century 0079. With the outbreak of the One Year War, the Principality of Zeon seeks new weapons and technology to counter the numerical advantage of the powerful Earth Federation. For this purpose, Zeon assembles some of its finest engineers and officers to form the 603rd Technical Evaluation Unit, stationing them aboard the converted civilian vessel Jotunheim. Their mission is to test new prototype weapons, from long-range artillery, to tanks, to mobile pods. The crew of the Jotunheim evaluate these experimental weapons with care as they are drawn ever closer to the battlefront. But when the Federation begins its counteroffensive, surpassing Zeon’s mobile suits with its development of the Gundam and the mass-produced GM, even more devastating new weapons are needed. Bear witness to a side of the One Year War that until now has been shrouded in secrecy.

The Collection contains episodes 1-9 of MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM MS IGLOO.

Street Date: 7/11/2017
SRP: $64.99
Catalog #: RSBLU1796
ISBN: 978-1-57032-565-6
UPC: 7-42617-1796-2-4
Runtime: 270 minutes
Age Rating: TV14
Audio: Japanese LPCM Surround, Japanese LPCM Stereo
Subtitles: English
Video: 1080p, 16:9, HD Native
Disc Count: 3

Special Features: Clean Openings and Clean Closings

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