Mobile Suit Gundam SEED’s Flay Allster: The girl who didn’t belong

I finally got around to this, and it’s about time! 

Re-watching Mobile Suit Gundam SEED was fun for many reasons, but one of the more enjoyable, and surprising things, is how much I enjoyed the character of Flay Allster. She was someone I had barely paid attention to in my previous re-watches, but for some reason I just found myself really drawn to her this time around. After thinking it over for a while, I knew that this was something I wanted to talk about, so after the cut let’s take a dive into Gundam SEED’s Flay Allster!

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Lost soul
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Don’t @ Me: Eight of my Anime Opinions: Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny Edition

It’s Monday, which means it is once again time for this! Welcome back to Don’t @ Me, the place where, like Kamille ends up doing to Sicrocco I ram the end of my transforming jet into his stomach and deliver my thoughts and opinions on all things anime and manga. This week I’m going to talk about Gundam SEED Destiny, because frankly I don’t want to do it anywhere else. Let’s get into it after the cut.

The long-delayed Gundam Seed Destiny movie is making progress • GEEKSPIN
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Final Thoughts on Mobile Suit Gundam SEED

Over the last few months I’ve been taking a look at the HD remaster of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED. I’ve examined the series arc by arc, breaking down my thoughts and views on what has been (and probably always will be) a series that divides fans. Now that we’ve done that, I want to give you my final personal thoughts on the series after the cut. Let’s get into it.

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Tune of the Week(ish) Gundam AGE’s Asu E

Gundam AGE remains locked in an epic struggle with Gundam Seed Destiny for the title of worst Gundam Series. A show that did attempt to do something different, but just completely fell in on itself. Shame really, because the music really fucking rocks. The Tune of the Week is the first theme to the series: Asu E by Galileo Galilei