Tag Archives: Gundam

E72 – Mobile Suit Gundam Part 3



White Base kicks things into overdrive, managing to carve through three arcs in one go!

Char Aznable returns, and the Black Tri-Stars get their fifteen minutes of fame.  Meanwhile, Michael isn’t sold on the G-Armor designs, Peter reveals his favorite aquatic Zeon mobile suit, and both hosts put the Zock design on blast.

Also included: Zeonic Popeyes, Bigro advertisement, the death of seemingly every side character

Mobile Suit Gundam Conclusion will release on August 29th


E71 – Mobile Suit Gundam Part 2



It’s the start of Tomino Month, with the introduction of the Gouf mobile suit, and a sympathetic adversary.

White Base continues its trek towards the main Federation force, encountering a commando unit lead by the best Gundam character. Meanwhile, Peter appreciates the absence of Char, Michael talks about a memory of Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz, and both hosts speculate about what M’Quve’s mines could be hiding.

Also included: planning a birthday party, Newtype foreshadowing, Momuro

Mobile Suit Gundam Part 3 will release on August 15th


E70 – Mobile Suit Gundam Part 1



Only Gundam can save us!

White Base, a ship full of orphans and refugees, begins its journey to Federation headquarters at Jaburo, fighting off vicious attacks by the Zeon forces. Meanwhile, Michael admits his bias in favor of Gundam, Peter questions how landmarks like the Grand Canyon ended up with slightly different names, and both hosts reveal that they have partly-assembled Gundam model kits on their desks.

Yeah, we’re dorks.

Also included: Tomino hates episode 15, Ramba Ral: very old man, and corporal punishment

Mobile Suit Gundam Part 2 will release on August 1st


MS08 – Videoed Games



Michael and Peter take some time to reminisce about video games based on Toonami franchises, and pitch a fighting game.

If you’d like to submit a topic for discussion, a letter, or a memory you have of Toonami, you can contact us at hyperspacebroadcastspod@gmail.com, or find us on Twitter @HBpod and Facebook at Facebook.com/HBpod. We look forward to hearing from you!

Next week: Beast Wars Part 2, concluding the first season.


MS07 – TOM 2 Hype



Michael and Peter discuss a few upcoming shows that they’re excited to cover for various reasons, and talk about TOM 2.

If you’d like to submit a topic for discussion, a letter, or a memory you have of Toonami, you can contact us at hyperspacebroadcastspod@gmail.com, or find us on Twitter @HBpod and Facebook at Facebook.com/HBpod. We look forward to hearing from you!

Next week: Beast Wars Part 1


MS06 – Zaku II



In this week’s minisode, Michael and Peter discuss the anxiety of showing someone a piece of media you really like, as well as the difficulty of actually recommending shows like Tenchi in Tokyo in real life.

If you’d like to submit a topic for discussion, a letter, or a memory you have of Toonami, you can contact us at hyperspacebroadcastspod@gmail.com, or find us on Twitter @HBpod and Facebook at Facebook.com/HBpod. We look forward to hearing from you!

Next week: Cartoon Roulette Grab Bag


MS05 – Gundam Rock & Media Diets



Apparently Andrew WK made an album of Gundam music for the franchise’s 30th anniversary. This spurs some Andrew WK related memories, and a discussion of our recent media diets.

Here Comes Char AMV:

If you’d like to submit a topic for discussion, a letter, or a memory you have of Toonami, you can contact us at hyperspacebroadcastspod@gmail.com, or find us on Twitter @HBpod and Facebook at Facebook.com/HBpod. We look forward to hearing from you!

Next week: Tenchi in Tokyo Part 2


MS02 – Gundam Build… Divers?



In our second minisode, we briefly discuss the history of a strange artifact of anime’s slow transition to the US, as well as an exciting announcement from Sunrise, the studio behind Gundam.

Next week: Sailor Moon R: The Lost Episodes


E56 – G-Saviour



To celebrate a meaningless milestone, Michael and Peter watch a live-action Gundam movie. That’s right, it’s G-Saviour.

Mark Curran cheats on his wife, but he’s still the good guy. Meanwhile, Michael shares the story of how he acquired the DVD, Peter compares the movie to a SYFY original, and both hosts try to make sense of how bio-luminescence factors into the food-shortage plot.

Also included: G Gundam anticipation, an explanation of Bandai’s “Big Bang” project, the starting date of the Universal Century calendar

Next time: Sailor Moon R