Re: [gundam] G-Savior vs. This New Gordam


-Z- (Z@gundam.com)
Sun, 07 Feb 1999 23:08:45 -0800


At 00:53 2/8/99 -0500, you wrote:
>On Sun, 7 Feb 1999, Edward Ju wrote:
>> Well on the one hand, being in a non-UC universe may free him up creatively,
>> but then again, we know UC-era Tomino shows are almost guaranteed with a
>> certain level of quality, so who knows what could happen with this one.
>
>What non-UC shows has Tomino written or produced in the past?

Where to begin?

As producer: Tetsuwan Atom (1964), Fight! Osper (1965), Marine Boy (1966),
Ribbon Knight (1967), Animal 1 (1968), Dororo (1969), Tomorrow's Joe
(1970), Kunimatsu-sama (1971), Wandering Sun (1971), Mysterious Melmo
(1971), Zerotester (1973), Casshan (1973), Hurricane Polymer (1974), New
Orphan Bee Hatchi (1975), Pepero of the Andes (1975), Brave Raideen (1975),
Combattler V (1976), Zambot 3 (1977), Taidarn 3 (1978) and Dunbine (1983).

As writer: Taidarn 3 (1978), Ideon (1980), Xabungle (1982), Dunbine (1983),
L.Gaim (1984) and Vifam (1985).

He also did storyboards for Marine Boy (1966 & 1969), Giant's Star (1968),
Moomin (1969), Akaki Chi 11 (1970), New Q-taro (1971), Zerotester (1973),
Samurai Giants (1973), Rocky Chuck (1973), Super-gritty Frog (1973), Yamato
(1974), Dog of Flanders (1975), Pepero of the Andes (1975), Brave Raideen
(1975), 3000 Leagues in Search of Mother (1976), Raccoon Rascal (1977),
Voltes V (1977), Future Boy Conan (1978), Peline Story (1979) and Dunbine
(1983).

Unless you meant non-UC *Gundam*, in which case the answer is none....

-Z-



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