Model number: none
Code name: Geze
Unit type: custom handmade mobile worker
Manufacturer: Gemon Bajack
Operator: civilians
First deployment: UC 0088
Accommodation: pilot only, in movable standard cockpit mounted on 360 degree track around torso
Dimensions: unknown
Weight: unknown
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, output rating unknown
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: total output unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown
Fixed armaments: none
Optional hand armaments: stun stick, battery powered, stored on storage rack on torso back

A personal handmade mobile worker built and owned by junk collector Gemon Bajack at Side 1’s Shangri-La Colony, the Geze was well-suited to retrieving trashed mobile suits, particularly due to its two pairs of manipulator arms. The rear pair of manipulators were nothing more than simple claws, good for grappling large objects, while the front pair were jointed hands used for more delicate work. One highly unusual feature of the Geze was that its cockpit was mounted on a track all the way around the mobile worker’s waist, with Gemon’s external view provided simply by a small window. Nevertheless, the Geze was almost equivalent to a military mobile suit in terms of power, and Gemon – seeking a little glory for himself – offered himself and the services of his Geze to Mashymre Cello, a Neo Zeon officer who came to Shangri-La to make new allies among the Spacenoids for Neo Zeon at the outbreak of the First Neo Zeon War in UC 0088. Gemon tried on several occasions to root out and destroy the AEUG flagship Argama, which was hiding in Shangri-La. However, Gemon’s efforts were stopped time and again by the MSZ-006 Zeta Gundam, piloted by the Newtype youth Judau Ashta. Gemon soon brought out his second handmade Geze unit, piloted by Yazan Gable – a former Titans pilot and now Gemon’s partner-in-crime, who also had a score to settle with the Zeta Gundam and the Argama. In the end, however, both men failed in their missions.

Pilot(s): Gemon Bajack, Yazan Gable
First appearance: Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ
Original mechanical designer(s): Mamoru Nagano (principal design), Makoto Kobayashi (cleanup), Hideo Okamoto (cleanup)


Cockpit block


Cockpit seat


Rear view


Stun stick

Gundam ZZ Info

Yoshiyuki Tomino

Yumiko Suzuki
Minoru Onoya
Hidemi Kamata
Meigo Endo
Ken Terasawa

Mechanical Designer(s):
Mika Akitaka
Makoto Kobayashi
Hideo Okamoto
Yutaka Izubuchi
Hajime Katoki
Yoshinori Sayama
Masahiko Asano
Mamoru Nagano

Character Designer:
Hiroyuki Kitazume

Musical Composer:
Shigeaki Saegusa

47 episodes

Japan 03.01.1986 – 01.31.1987


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