Good news! We’re reviving the scanlation effort for the Atsushi Souga manga adaptation of Turn A Gundam. This project had been temporarily on hold due to our TL checker getting rather busy in life (along with my own laziness…). However, we’ve recruited a new TL checker to assist us. They’ve asked to stay relatively low-key, but I appreciate their assistance all the same.
This manga is an adaptation of Turn A‘s story by Atsushi Souga. While it shares the same overall plot, it diverges from the anime in many ways. There are 5 volumes in total.
This serves as a consolidation of materials and resources for English-speaking audiences. Contains links to manga and novel translation projects, notable interviews, audio commentary translations, selected blog posts and articles, and a MEGA folder with many goodies.
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CHANGE LOG: April 9, 2019v.4.0 – massive re-haul and reorganization of content May 24, 2017v.3.0 – pastebin relocated to WordPress and re-organized, many new sections added
Turn A Gundam began airing on the 9th of April 1999. Directed by Yoshiyuki Tomino, it celebrated the Gundam franchise’s 20th anniversary as part of Sunrise’s “Big Bang Project”. It has been twenty years since then. To commemorate Turn A Gundam‘s own 20th anniversary, I’d like to reflect on its significance and offer some reasons why I think it’s an anime worth checking out!
Chapter 5 of volume 1 of the Turn A Gundam manga adaptation by Atsushi Souga. We’ve also translated the character profiles that are at the end of the volume. And with this, we’ve finished scanlating the entirety of the first volume. That means we’re a fifth of the way through!