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Aquarian Age: The Movie

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After fending off the attack from the Erasers, peace seems to have returned to Earth – but only for a short time. After the Polestar Empire invades, resurrected dead warriors begin to appear – and it’s again up to the secret underground organizations Arayashiki, Darklore, WIZ-DOM and E.G.O. to stop them! Contacted by a young boy, representatives of each of the organizations attempt to bring out their true powers as they take part in this war against the Polestar Empire. After joining forces they are indeed a force to be reckoned with, but can they stand up to their sinister foe and successfully stop this overwhelming power?


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Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Aquarian Age TV 2002 TBD
Name Role
Haruhiko MIKIMOTO Character Design
Fumie MUROI Character Design
Fumie MUROI Director
Hiromichi MASUDA Producer
Kaname TEZUKA Producer

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This is a story that follows Elk, a boy blessed by the spirit of fire. When Elk was a child his village was destroyed by a dark force that now seeks to plunge all humanity into chaos, by releasing the great darkness that is sealed within the Ark of the Spirits. Elk, along with Arc the chosen hero of the spirits and the brave crew of the silver noah, fight for the hope of all mankind.

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Arc the Lad, just like the Aquarian Age Movie, is a fairly simple story with some clichés. One area both did really good at though, is giving the viewer a good emotional feeling by using the start of the story and the setting combinated with the music. Since both offer this similar unique eperience i'd suggest you pick up Arc the Lad if you liked Aquarian Age: The Movie!