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Arjuna vol 1 DVD
Arjuna vol 1 DVD
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From the creator of macross plus and Escaflowne!
Now... a miracle is about to occur on this planet.
present day Kobe, Japan. Teenage girl Juna Ariyoshi struggles to find her place in the world, juats as everyone does. But destiny has a special fate in store for Juna. After a motorcycle accident leaves her fatally wounded, a strange form appears before her and offers to save her life, if she will take up his cause and fight against the creatures known only as the Raaja.
Confused, but desperately wanting to live, Juna reluctantly accepts this mysterious offer. Now she is reborn as the Avatar of Time; her mission is to protect the planet Earth, which is slowly dying.
To the people around her, including her friend Tokio, Juna doesn't look any different - but she certainly is acting strange! Now, with Chris, the former Avatar of Tima who saved her, and the rest of S.E.E.D., Juna must begin the perilous path of protecting the Earth from the raaja. But the source of these demons lies at the heart of a mystery that Juna may not be ready to unravel.<UL><LI>Episode 1 - The drop of time<LI>Episode 2 - The blue light<LI>Episode 3 - tears of the forest</UL>
|Adult||14+ Parental Advisory|
|Department||video / DVD|
|Series||Arjuna, Earth maiden|
|Shop||Manga & Anime|
|Spoken language||English , Japanese|
|Genre||Fantasy , Science Fiction|
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"What makes this anime special?" by Solar (Netherlands) on Nov 4, 2003
You could consider this anime unusually themed. Dealing with enviromental issues and demons that spring forth from polution. But it is so well brought that even when they fall into lecture mode. It doesn't really bother the anime. The animation, esspecially in combination with the soundtrack (composed by Yoko Kanno) makes up for the lectures. Go, try it. It's a wonderful ride!