Action Level: 5/5
Robot battles, tank battles, air battles, human battles... let's see... did I forget
Romance Level: 3/5
It's logical to believe that with war looming overhead and enemies at every turn, there's
no room for such frivolous things like romance. But the relationship that really seemed to get worked on and developed
was the one between White Base commander Bright Noa and Helmswoman Mirai Yashima. This is because it's the only relationship
that's shown after the series ends (in Char's Counterattack).
Comedy Level: 2/5
Those three kids were probably Tomino's comedy. Of course there were some funny
moments, but nothing noteworthy.
Adult Level: 3/5
They talk a lot about death and futility and that stuff. They show a nude body here,
a blood splatter there. They really skate on the edge of an R-rating. I'm even surprised they showed it on Cartoon
Network's Toonami block way back when.
Drama Level: 4/5
I think they overdid it a little. I mean I know that war is horrible, people die,
and all that, but they don't have to keep pounding it into our faces.
Overall Level: 4/5
Gundam is considered one of the greatest animes of all time and I would have to agree