A few days after the battle against Hades, Athena is visited by her sister Artemis, who has come to her with tragic news: the Bronze Saints are to be punished by the Gods for having dared to confront them, Athena is to be relieved of her status as Guardian of Earth, and she is to be replaced by Artemis and her Saints. After having regained his consciousness, Seiya finds himself in a new Sanctuary under the leadership of Artemis – and he’s not the only one fighting against this divine injustice. Shiryu, Hyoga, Shun and Ikki have made up their minds to fight the Saints of Artemis and restore Athena to the throne.
In the ancient time of the gods, a son of the titans was born: Arion, borne of Demeter and Poseidon, the lord of the sea. After being kidnapped to the realm of the Underworld by Hades, Arion is sent on a mission to destroy Zeus, the lord of the heavens, in retribution for causing his mother's blindness. In his quest, he will gain new friends and face the powers of the gods themselves as he struggles to strike down Zeus and save the one he loves from the evil Apollo.
Arion and Saint Seiya are both wonderful adventurous animes based on the Greco-Roman mythology, with similar animation. I'm glad I found Arion in this website as it is really rare, definitely not a masterpiece, but very entertaining.
Utena Tenjou has just arrived at the prestigious Ohtori Academy, and not long after her arrival, she receives "the mark of the rose" and becomes a duelist. She is then thrust into a series of battles with other duelists to win her friend Anthy, who is known the Rose Bride. The winning duelist will not only receive Anthy, but also the revolutionary power that she holds! Utena must now do everything she can to protect Anthy while trying to figure out the secrets behind Ohtori Academy and the Rose Bride before it’s too late.
Adolescence of Utena and Saint Seiya Overture share more than a few things, On the surface the closest similarity is the lush and magnificent visuals that will take your breath away. What Utena does with roses, Saint Seiya does here with water. Symbolism and ties to blood shown through roses in Utena are expressed in Saint Seiya with water. The unusual angles from which scenes are shot are another similarity. The non-linear storytelling style is similar in both and works as effectively both ways.