The highly anticipated North American graphic novel adaptation of the renowned Gundam franchise, titled “Gundam Breaker Battlogue: New Build,” has hit a roadblock as its Kickstarter campaign faces an indefinite postponement. Legendary Comics, the project’s backers, expressed their gratitude for the supporters while conveying their regret in announcing the cancellation.
Despite sincere efforts, the campaign fell short of its funding goal. The graphic novel, poised to be a thrilling continuation of the Gundam Breaker Battlogue anime series, crafted under the expertise of Nobuo Masuda, a 30-year veteran of Bandai Sunrise and Gundam projects, now faces uncertainty.
The Gundam franchise, globally celebrated for its iconic mechs, has produced an array of anime series, movies, merchandise like Gundam Plastic Models, and even life-sized statues in Japan. The cancelled Kickstarter, intended to bring “Gundam Breaker Battlogue: New Build” to fruition, aimed to provide fans with an immersive experience, promising a captivating standalone narrative.
The decision to revisit the project at a later date leaves fans in anticipation of its eventual release. Meanwhile, the original Gundam Breaker anime series, characterized by intense GUNPLA battles, continues to captivate audiences. As the fate of the Gundam Kickstarter remains uncertain, fans await further updates from Legendary Comics on the future of this ambitious project.
Source: Comic Book