All Turn A Gundam released episodes
Loran lands on Earth and begins working for a wealthy family as their driver. Meanwhile, he meets up with his fellow comrades and discusses their plans.
The Coming of Age Ceremony begins; however, during that time the Moon Race begins its invasion. The White Doll Statue crumbles revealing the Turn A Gundam and Loran uses it to fight back the Moon Race.
The Inglessia militia tries to fight off the Dianna Counter attack. Archaeologist Sid Munzer wonders if the Turn A Gundam Loran and Sochie have discovered is part of the Dark History. In response to its discovery, Guin orders Sid excavate to try and find more mobile suits. Upon returning home Sochie finds that her father Diran was killed in the attack and blames Loran for it. Guin orders Loran to pilot the Turn A Gundam and help fight off the Dianna Counter forces.
Loran uses the Turn A Gundam to fight off the enemy mobile suits, but has difficulty with its broken equipment. Kihel and her mother learn of Diran's death. More Dianna Counter forces arrive, including a Sumo piloted by the sun-glassed Harry Ord. Loran meets with the Dianna Counter leadership, lying to them about his use of the Turn A Gundam. Negotiations between Inglessia and the Moonrace collapse when Moonrace Colonel Aji is killed. Sid excavates new mobile suits.
After attacking the Moonrace, Miashei is captured by Dianna Counter pilot Poe Aijee. Sochie and Kihel's mother starts acting strangely upon their return home. Harry and Guin continue negotiations. Loran heads to the Moonrace encampment in the Turn A Gundam to try and save Miashei and is successful. Guin and militia leader Michael Gern hope to capture the Moonrace queen. Moonrace queen Dianna Soriel arrives on the ship Soleil and is revealed to look identical to Kihel.
Guin and Dianna head through Nocis, having difficulty from the rioting populace. They are helped by Loran and Harry in their respective mobile suits. Loran meets up with Keith, who is trying to support the family of his boss, who was injured in the Moonrace attack. Dianna and her advisor Miran Rex try to negotiate with Guin for the Sunbelt Zone, without much success. During a battle with Dianna Counter, Loran discovers a secret cache of weapons, most of which crumble, but they are enough to fight them off.
Dianna hopes to reduce hostilities by holding a party between Inglessia and the Moonrace. Keith discovers a new market for his baking with the Moonrace soldiers. Guin and Kihel have Loran cross dress as "Laura Rolla" to makes the Moonrace think the Turn A Gundam's pilot is a woman. The party is initially awkward until Harry and "Laura" dance with each other. Guin and Dianna agree to restart negotiations. Militia soldiers hide under a cake and try to attack Dianna, who is saved by Guin.
Sochie and Kihel argue due to Sochie's hatred of the Moonrace. Loran hopes to help Moonrace civilian Khuen Morad, who has a sick wife and baby but Sochie refuses to help. Keith's baking becomes more popular with the Moonrace. They explore an abandoned farm, finding some food and animals. Loran has to fight off an attack from Poe. The locals protest the Moonrace civilians taking their food. Loran reveals that he is really of the Moonrace in order to stop the arguing. Sochie reacts horribly to it.
Moonrace criminal Corin Nander is released from cryogenic stasis and brought to Earth with his wingmen Bruno and Jacop. Corin is obsessed with finding the Turn A Gundam, which he calls the white mobile suit. Loran/Laura's identity as a Moonrace has become more public due to Fran's reporting. Sochie is skeptical of Loran and hopes to learn to pilot the Turn A Gundam instead. Loran is taken to meet with Harry and is temporarily locked up. Corin attacks the Militia's mobile suits in order to lure out the Turn A Gundam. Keith offers to sell the FLAT to the Militia to get funds to expand his bakery. Sochie pilots the Turn A Gundam, but faces big trouble against Corin. After she passes out Loran takes the Turn A Gundam and fights off Corin.
Sochie and Kihel receive word that their mother has gone insane, thinking her husband is still alive. Keith sells the FLAT to the Militia. Dianna shows interest in riding on an Inglessia airship. While on board, Dianna and Kihel decide to play a joke and wear each other's clothes, then to temporarily switch places. Upon arrival at the Heim residence, Dianna, posing as Kihel has an emotional reaction to her father's grave.
Very unexpected coming from the Gundam series. Incredibly well done. I'm surprised this show isn't talked about more. A sleeper hit indeed.
86/100 Such a refreshing Gundam series. It's a wonderful character-driven drama for the first half, and an intense epic in the second half. This series works because of how interesting and well developed the characters are, as well as an amazing setting with some gorgeous animation. It is so different from the typical Gundam series, and yet it is still a Gundam show, but in a new and exciting way. If only more Gundam shows were like this. This is definitely the black sheep of the Gundam franchise, and requires patience, but those who watch until the end will be richly rewarded.