Crunchyroll, the popular anime streaming service, has announced the addition of Mobile Suit Gundam the Origin OAVs (I – VI) to its library for viewers in India. The news comes as a delight to Gundam fans who have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the classic anime series on the platform.
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Mobile Suit Gundam the Origin OAVs is a six-part anime series based on the manga of the same name by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko. The series serves as a prequel to the original Mobile Suit Gundam series and explores the backstory of several of its characters.
The OAVs were originally released between 2015 and 2018 and have been well received by fans and critics alike. The series features stunning animation, exciting action sequences, and a compelling story that delves into the politics and intrigue of the Gundam universe.
In addition to the OAVs, Crunchyroll has also added the English dubbed version of Mobile Suit Gundam the Origin OAVs (I – IV), allowing viewers to watch the series in their preferred language.
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Viewers can also look forward to new anime titles being added to the Hindi dubbed lineup every week, both in Hindi dubbed and subbed versions, with a Crunchyroll Premium Membership. The Spring 2023 season will bring exciting new titles, such as “My One-Hit Kill Sister” “Fire Force Season 2,” and “Hell’s Paradise,” among others.
The addition of Mobile Suit Gundam the Origin OAVs (I – VI) is part of Crunchyroll’s ongoing effort to expand its library of anime content in India. The company has recently added several new titles to its platform, including Jujutsu Kaisen, Attack on Titan: The Final Season, and Dr. Stone: Stone Wars.
Crunchyroll subscribers in India can now stream Mobile Suit Gundam the Origin OAVs (I – VI) on the platform. The series is available in Japanese with English subtitles and English dubbed versions are also available for the first four episodes.
Source – Crunchyroll