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Welcome to Children of War, the Anime Fanlistings Network approved fanlisting for the Japanese anime and manga series New Mobile Report Gundam Wing, or Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, as it is officially known as in the United States. The romanization of its original Japanese title is Shin Kidousenki Gundam Wing, and in Japan, it is also known as Gundam W for short. Around here, we like to keep things simple, so we just call the series Gundam Wing.

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The Gundam franchise is extremely popular in Japan, and Gundam Wing was no exception. In 1979, the first Gundam series, Mobile Suit Gundam, aired in Japan. It actually bombed and was ended prematurely. However, the series gained popularity during reruns, and the franchise took off from there. Unlike most of the earlier Gundam series, which were set in the Universal Century and of which I know nothing, Gundam Wing is set in an alternate universe, the After Colony.

The Gundam Wing TV series was 49 episodes long and aired from 1995 through 1996. In the first half of 1997, the three-part OVA series Endless Waltz was released, ending the Gundam Wing story. In 1998, the OVAs were combined into a movie with additional footage, a new theme song, and a different ending sequence.

In addition to the anime, there are several manga series, including alternate versions of the anime story, possible sequels to the TV series, bridges between the TV series and Endless Waltz, the prequel known as Episode Zero, and a manga sort-of-sequel to Endless Waltz known as Preventer 5. There are also several radio dramas, some of which became manga series (e.g., Blind Target). Like any good anime series, it was rich in merchandise (including Gundam models, Gundam toys, CDs, artbooks, pencil boards, cards, and posters), and, of course, rabid fandom!

In 2010, a serialized novel called Gundam Wing: Frozen Teardrop began running in the Japanese magazine Gundam Ace. Frozen Teardrop is a sequel to Gundam Wing, taking place many years in the future. It is written by Katsuyuki Sumisawa, the head scriptwriter of the Gundam Wing anime series.

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