After accidentally forming the legendary mecha “Aquarion,” Amata finds himself at a pilot-training academy where the flirty girls love to get a rise out of him, and the boys seem more interested in exploring mysterious holes and big bangs than harnessing their Elemental superpowers. It’s all awkward dates, hijinks, and threesomes until otherworldly beings start abducting powerful female students. As a mysterious megalomaniac plots interplanetary disaster, the fate of the galaxy depends on whether or not the hormone-fueled academy coeds can come together to fight evil.
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First off, I ABSOLUTELY LOVED the original Aquarion. It hit all the right notes in what I look for in a series. 1) It took itself at face value. 2) The cast was entertaining. 3) The plot was interesting. 4) The titular mech looked FREAKING AWESOME, and 5) Over the top action every episode. Basically, it had heart. It was missing one thing, despite this. This sole thing that would've made that show so much... read more
If you did not watch Genesis of Aquarion (the first series) then you need to watch it first.
epic. This is one of those shows that had major qirks to the point of turning people away. However if you were amoung those that were resolute enough to finish both Aqarion title, then you know the epicness of the ending.
I personally loved Aquarion. At first I stalled it due to... read more
|Sousei no Aquarion||TV||2005||TBD|
|Sousei no Aquarion OVA||OVA||2007||TBD|
|Sousei no Aquarion: Mirai Shinwa||2005||TBD|