Daniel Beckham (danbeck@dealnews.com)
Wed, 6 Sep 2000 08:51:09 -0500


I would be if I knew where I could get subbed copies of the series?

Daniel

----- Original Message -----
From: "James Boren" <jboren@earthlink.net>
To: <gundam@aeug.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2000 4:42 AM
Subject: [gundam] More Turn-A tidbits...

> Am I the only one into Turn-A here?
>
> Well, if anyone cares, here are some more things I've picked up about
> the series.
>
> -You know that tri-barreled machine gun on the forearm of the
> Kapool?--It's from the Drissen. So we have another MS cameo, sort of.
>
> -According to Newtype's Sept. insert about SD Gundam G Gen. F...Turn
> A is definitely alternative universe and takes place in C.C. 2345.
> What does C.C. stand for? Maybe Current century?
>
> -Thumbs up for hobby japan's Turn A Gundam 3d Book. In addition to
> the pics of models it also includes a fair amount of line art,
> character pics, and screen shots. The high point of the book is an
> exquisite model of the Turn-X. Even though it's only 1/100 scale it
> is so detailed that 9 people are credited with its construction!
>
>
> -Newtype's 100% collection of Turn A (pt. 1) is only average. Most of
> the few color pages are pics previously seen in the magazine (or on
> wingzero.net ^_^;) and the rest of the book is stuff you can find in
> the much better Turn-A, Memory of first Wind book.
>
> -Are there 4 Turn-A CDs. I've seen pics of a symphonic Turn-A CD.
> Does anyone know about this?
>
> -James
>
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