Anime Channel on YouTube recently released the english trailer for the upcoming “Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn: Two Worlds, Two Tomorrows”. The entire series of seven episodes is directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi who is known for directing “Hunter x Hunter” and “Le Chevalier D’Eon”. Yasuyuki Muto is the writer and music provided by the talented Hiroyuki Sawano. “RE:I AM” by Aimer, is the theme song for Episode 6. “Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn: Episode 6″ is set to be released March 2, 2013.
For everybody that did not try to find translations for the Japanese version of this trailer, the english trailer reveals exactly what everybody needs to know to get extremely excited for the upcoming Episode 6. For the longest time fans around the world have been trying to figure out if Full Frontal is indeed the legendary Char Aznable, this trailer makes the answer to that question even more difficult. Full Frontal has two incredible quotes in this minute-and-a-half trailer which should send shivers down your spine.
“If by chance Char Aznable happened to still be alive today, I think there´s a possibility that he would no longer be entirely human”
There´s a rumor going around on different forums, that Full Frontal might be a clone of Char Aznable, this quote makes it very likely indeed. Full Frontal may also be implying that he is Char Aznable but he is not fully human anymore, which may have also been the reason for him changing his name.
“Then come with me, you can never go back to being a part of that “everyone”. One day… you will run headlong into the same despair that I did”
When Full Frontal says this in the trailer, it literally sent shivers down my spine. While the first sentence of the quote is rather self-explanatory, the other sentence is the one that is difficult to understand. If Full Frontal is indeed Char Aznable, he might be talking about his situation when he fought the White Devil, Amuro Ray. But he might also be implying that he is the clone of Char Aznable as he talks about Banagher and him running headlong into the same despair. The former is more likely though.