Gundam SEED and SEED Destiny Openings and Endings are Streaming on Gundam Info

To celebrate the global release of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Freedom, Gundam Info the official international Gundam YouTube channel, is streaming the opening and ending theme songs from the HD Remastered versions of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny.

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED

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Mobile Suit Gundam SEED aired from 2002-2003 directed by Mitsuo Fukuda and scripted by Chiaki Morosawa. The series features character designs by Hisashi Hirai, mechanical designs by Kunio Okawara and Kimitoshi Yamane, chief mecha animation direction by Satoshi Shigeta, and music by Toshihiko Sahashi. The popular series was followed with a sequel series in 2004 titled, Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny. The success of the series also inspired Mobile Suit Gundam SEED C.E. 73 Stargazer, a three episode original net animation (ONA) side story set during the events of SEED Destiny. Both the SEED and SEED Destiny series received HD Remastered editions in 2011 and 2013 respectively. 


Year 70 of the Cosmic Era. The Coordinators, a group of genetically enhanced humans, have moved into colonies orbiting the Earth. But that hasn’t quieted the tensions between them and regular humans; the conflict soon escalates into a full-scale war. On the neutral colony of Heliopolis, Kira Yamato, and his friends are going to school and just being kids. But when the ZAFT commando forces attack, Kira’s life changes forever.

Left with no choice, he and Federation officer Murrue Ramius are thrown into battle in a prototype mobile weapon, which Kira christens “GUNDAM.” Now, Kira must defend himself and his friends from his own people. For, unknown to anyone else, Kira is a Coordinator. And the enemy he faces on the battlefield is his childhood best friend, Athrun!

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny


Key Visual, Sunrise

Directed by Mitsuo Fukuda and scripted by Chiaki Morosawa, SEED Destiny is the 2004 sequel to the popular 2002 Mobile Suit Gundam SEED series. Hisashi Hirai returned as character designer, along with mechanical designs by Kunio Okawara and Kimitoshi Yamane, chief mecha animation direction by Satoshi Shigeta, and music by Toshihiko Sahashi. 


The year is Cosmic Era 73. The Bloody Valentine War, fought between the PLANTS space colonies and the nations of the Atlantic Federation, has ended and an uneasy truce has settled upon the Earth sphere. With the signing of the Junius Seven Treaty, the world’s soldiers have left the battlefield and the grizzly sights of war behind. Many who fought now seek peace and refuge in the shelter of civilian life.

But one boy, Shinn Asuka, is finding that incredibly hard. A coordinator who lost his entire family during the Battle of Orb, he now fights with ZAFT in one of their newest machines, the Impulse Gundam. Of course, ZAFT is only developing these machines for defensive applications – or so they claim – but when a group of Federation operatives steal some of these prototype machines, the world is once again plunged towards war.

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Freedom

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Freedom has been in theaters over two months, becoming a massive hit at the box office, amassing a cumulative total of 4,320,960,010 yen and selling 2,564,398 tickets.

On its third weekend, the film became the highest grossing Gundam film dethroning the 1982 Mobile Suit Gundam III: Encounters in Space, which held the franchise box office record for forty-two years with 2.3 billion yen, while the 2021 Mobile Suit Gundam: Hathaway’s Flash is the third highest performing franchise film at 2.23 billion yen. 

The film premiered on January 26, debuting at #1 in the Japanese box office, surpassing competitors such as Spy × Family Code: White, Poor Things, and the live-action Golden Kamuy film.

The film have theatrical screenings in the US and Canada on Tuesday May 7, 2024 for the Japanese language version and May 8, 2024 for the English dubbed version in the US, via Fathom Events.

Key Visual, Sunrise

The tagline of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Freedom is “The wings of freedom to seize the future”. The film is directed by Mitsuo Fukuda, featuring a script by Fukuda, Chiaki Morosawa, and Ryu Goto. Hisashi Hirai returns for character design, while the mechanical design team includes Kunio Okawara, Kimitoshi Yamane, Kazutaka Miyatake, Junichi Akutsu, Manabu Shintani, Zenseava, Takuya Io, and Hiroyuki Taiga. Satoshi Shigeta returns as mechanical animation director. Toshihiko Sahashi is the composer for the film’s music, and the theme song “FREEDOM” is performed by Takanori Nishikawa with Tetsuya Komuro.


In C.E.75, the fighting still continues.

There are independence movements, and aggression by Blue Cosmos… In order to calm the situation, a global peace monitoring agency called COMPASS is established, with Lacus as its first president. As members of COMPASS, Kira and his comrades intervene into various regional battles. Then a newly established nation called Foundation proposes a joint operation against a Blue Cosmos stronghold.


  • Kira Yamato | Soichiro Hoshi
  • Lacus Clyne | Rie Tanaka
  • Athrun Zala | Akira Ishida
  • Cagalli Yula Athha | Nanako Mori
  • Shinn Asuka | Kenichi Suzumura
  • Lunamaria Hawke | Maaya Sakamoto
  • Meyrin Hawke | Fumiko Orikasa
  • Murrue Ramius | Kotono Mitsuishi
  • Mu La Flaga | Takehito Koyasu
  • Yzak Jule | Tomokazu Seki
  • Dearka Elthman | Akira Sasanuma
  • Agnes Giebenrath | Houko Kuwashima
  • Toyah Mashima | Ayane Sakura
  • Alexei Konoe | Hochu Otsuka
  • Albert Heinlein | Jun Fukuyama
  • Hilda Harken | Michiko Neya
  • Herbert von Reinhard | Taiten Kusunoki
  • Maas Symeon | Junichi Suwabe
  • Aura Maha Khyber | Yukari Tamura
  • Orphee Lam Tao | Hiro Shimono
  • Shura Serpentine | Yuichi Nakamura
  • Ingrid Tradoll | Sumire Uesaka
  • Redelard Tradoll | Misato Fukuen
  • Daniel Harper | Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
  • Liu Shenqiang | Kentaro Tone
  • Griffin Arbalest | Win Morisaki

  • Gilbert Durandal | Shuichi Ikeda


– Planning/Production: SUNRISE
– Original Story: Hajime Yatate, Yoshiyuki Tomino
– Director: Mitsuo Fukuda
– Screenplay: Chiaki Morosawa, Ryu Goto, Mitsuo Fukuda
– Character Design: Hisashi Hirai
– Mechanical Design: Kunio Okawara, Kimitoshi Yamane, Kazutaka Miyatake, Junichi Akutsu, Manabu Shintani, Zenseava, Takuya Io, Hiroyuki Taiga
– Mechanical Animation Director: Satoshi Shigeta
– Color Design: Akemi Nagao
– Art Director: Shigemi Ikeda, Yukiko Maruyama
– CG Director: Mitsuhiro Sato, Kensuke Kushida, Tomohiro Fujie
– Monitor Works: Azusa Tamura, Jiro Kageyama
– Director of Photography: Takeshi Katsurayama, Shigenori Toyooka
– Editing: Yukiko Nojiri
– Sound Director: Sadayoshi Fujino
– Music: Toshihiko Sahashi
– Theme Song: “FREEDOM” by Takanori Nishikawa with Tetsuya Komuro
– Production: Bandai Namco Filmworks
– Distributor: Bandai Namco Filmworks, Shochiku ODS Office
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