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The series has a fantasy setting with characters designed to resemble monsters and is mainly merchandised in Bandai's Gashapon line.
With Musha Gundam having a Japan Sengoku setting and Knight Gundam having a middle age Europe setting, Gunlander is something different as it has a prehistoric, ancient civilization setting.
Similarly, with Knight Gundam developing from Carddas and Musha Gundam developing plastic model kits, Gundlander choose the capsule toy Gashapon Senshi as a development platform. The series has transformation and combination gimmicks, technologies that were passed on to future Gashapon figures.
But the series was not popular as the story has a complex constitution and is difficult to understand. A portion of the manga has not been published in takubon. Similarly to its other two counterparts, the characters are portrayed as living beings not robots.
A single BB Senshi model kit was produced from the line, depicting the character of Superior Lander.
- Gundlander :Revelations of Darkness (1990)
- Gundlander :Saint sword that seals demons (1991)
- Gundlander III: Guardian of the Dragon (1992)
- Gundlander IV: Revival of the Seiyusha (1993)
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