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Silent Mobius - Collection 1 (2000)

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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Bandai Entertainment
Genre: Anime, Science Fiction Anime
Languages: English, Japanese
Subtitles: English
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This title is currently out of print.

2023. Beings known as "Lucifer Hawk" have begun invading earth from another dimension. All that stands between them and the enslavement of the human race is the Attacked Mystification Police Department - a special division of the Tokyo Police staffed by women with amazing paranormal abilities. Will the abilities of Katsumi and the AMP be enough to defeat these forces of darkness?

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Silent Mobius - Collection 1 (Disc 1 of 2) (2000)
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6.52 (66 votes)
Silent Mobius - Collection 1 (Disc 2 of 2) (2000)
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6.67 (58 votes)

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Mostly great! by bayp March 21, 2004 - 1:15 AM PST
4 out of 4 members found this review helpful
Sometime last year, I completed reading the manga for Silent Mobius. I really enjoyed reading it so I figured I would take the opportunity to rent the anime to see how it was done and how I would enjoy it.

All-in-all, it wasn't too bad. The story focuses around a woman named Katsumi Liqeur, daughter of Gigelf Liqeur. Gigelf had something to do with bringing the planet Nemesis closer to the earth. The "Lucifer Hawks" are from nemesis and give the ladies of the AMP a hard time pretty much episodically.

The story is pretty solid and the animation is fun to watch. It's neat to see how they used some CG in with the regular animation.

This anime had me on the edge of my seat until mid-way through the very last episode.. then the ending seemed kind of like a "cheese-ball, cop-out" type of ending. I was pretty disappointed with how it ended. The manga wraps everything pretty well, but the anime leaves the ending a bit wider open.. perhaps they were leaving it open for a sequel? Maybe they were planning on doing an episode 27.. who knows?

Also, a character that should have had a pretty major part sort of appears for a couple episodes around the middle then disappears until the end. If you watch this, you'll see what I am talking about.

Anyhow, overall, I'd reccomend this.. it's a great watch.. and if you are curious what REALLY happens after episode 26, send me a message.. ;) Otherwise, feel free to take it for what it's worth.. it's still a great series!

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