Blue Submarine No. 6

Alt title: Ao no 6 go

Blue Submarine No. 6 Episode 3 - Hearts

Tetsu drifts in the open sea. As his life flashes before him, he begins to black out. But when he comes to, he finds himself resting on the hull of a half-sunken ship. His savior is one of the enemies.

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