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Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Second Season

Alt titles: Gundam 00 Second Season, Kidou Senshi Gundam 00 Second Season

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Four years after Celestial Being's disastrous showdown with the Earth military, most of humanity is united under a single government: the Earth Sphere Federation. A-LAWS, an autonomous task force established in the name of preserving peace and security, is in reality responsible for the brutal and oppressive enforcement of the Federation government's will. The remnants of Celestial Being notice that the world is no better off in the wake of their actions four years ago, and in fact is largely worse. Feeling the need to take responsibility for their past actions and set things right, Setsuna and the rest of Celestial Being begin re-organizing, preparing to intervene in world affairs once again.

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Yun KOUGA Character Design
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Official Editorial Reviews

Title Author Score Date
Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Second Season VivisQueen 7/10 Apr 13, 2009
Gundam 00 Second Season VivisQueen 7/10 Apr 13, 2009
Kidou Senshi Gundam 00 Second Season VivisQueen 7/10 Apr 13, 2009

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Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Second Season ParaParaJMo 8/10 Mar 13, 2014
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kenikki

These shows have several similar aspects like rebel forces fighting for freedom against large oppressing forces (Brittannia/A-LAWS), over-the-top battle scenes with a few far superior mechas being able to fight againsta large number of enemies on it's own and characters with beyond human capabilities.

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Gundam 00 and Code Geass R2 have much in common. The storyline of both series is similar yet spectacular in their own ways. Both involve a group of people trying to change the world and rid it from oppression yet they both do so in their own unique ways. The only difference between them would be that Gundam 00 expands to space while Code Geass remains on earth.

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rashura

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Still Gundam 00 falls more into the serious/political war genre, whereas Gurren Lagann is more of Comedy and Fantasy.

If you liked the huge wars and fast mech-fights in one you'll definitely like the other.

kenikki

Both shows are very different, but the main theme of fighting for human freedom stays the same. And the mecha battles in both shows are over-the-top although TTGL uses it's fights in a much more comical way than Gundam 00 which stays serious.

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