#watched Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans Ep.11

PLOT for Ep.11 titled "Human Debris": "The Isaribi and Hammerhead encounter a space pirate group known as the "Brewers", with Takaki being critically injured during the skirmish. Meanwhile, McGillis and Gaelio return to Earth and assess the situation within Gjallarhorn. " (via Wiki)

This episode also saw the introduction of "ASW-G-11 Gundam Gusion" - another Gundam-Frame mobile suit produced during the Calamity War, now in the possession of the pirate group Brewers, and as well "ASW-G-66 Gundam Kimaris" - one of the pilots whom has a distinct connection to "Akihiro" (Leader of the "Human Debris"), and what transpired after the space battle in the medical ward, still bring tears brimming in my eyes as I type this post … Good stuff, man … good stuff...



#watching #gundamironbloodedorphans #anime Ep11 - intense space battle! #animewatch #inototaku

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#watching #gundamironbloodedorphans #anime Ep11 - intense space battle! #animewatch #inototaku

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Another aspect of Iron Blooded Orphans, is the enviro design - both in architecture and background designs, with obvious effort in providing a well grounded foundation for the stories to unfold. It is one thing to have coolass mecha, but the surrounding environment needs to bolster the concept, and truly, MSG: IBO has it in spades!

And while gundam.wikia.com has indicated that "Mechanical designs" are by Naohiro Washio, Kanetake Ebikawa, Ippei Gyōbu, Kenji Teraoka and Tamotsu Shinohara … while the character designs are done by Yu Ito and Chiba Michinori, no other mentions of enviro design(ers) tho. Nevertheless, "they" have my utmost KUDOS!

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Nice enviro design seen in Ep11 of #gundamironbloodedorphans #anime #animewatch #inototaku

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