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'Gundam ZZ' Blu-Ray Review: A Misunderstood And Underappreciated Classic

Following the huge success of Zeta Gundam back in the mid 80s, the next instalment in the series was a direct follow-on in terms of the timeline but it made some drastic changes as to its overall tone. Not released in the West until now, Gundam ZZ is an interesting anime albeit a misunderstood and underappreciated one.
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