Edward Ju (gundam@loop.com)
Tue, 20 Jun 2000 19:21:19 -0700

>Actually, the latter mistake, confusing the Nu for V, is quite common and has
>been very problematic since V Gundam debuted in 1995. Nikaku Animart
>still had
>it wrong on one or two items the last time I looked. And we can't really
>them -- it is, after all, literally Greek to them. We can't expect people who
>are barely literate in English to recognize a completely different alphabet.
>College graduates, yes; although I'm sure it's possible to earn an MBA without
>ever cracking a science book or taking a Humanities course.
>I wonder how Turn A Gundam would've fared had they not spelled it out with
>"Called Turn A" right there on the logo?

A lot of e-tailer sites and eBay sellers call it "V" Gundam despite the
logo that spells it out for them, adding to the already confusion mix
of Nu and V Gundam...


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