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Aura Battler Dunbine Vol. 1: Tales of Byston Well (2003)

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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: ADV Films
Genre: Anime, Mecha
Running Time: 125 min.
Languages: English, Japanese
Subtitles: English
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Synopsis
Travel through a trans-dimensional aura highway with SHOW ZAMA as he finds himself trapped in the mysterious world of Byston Well. Behold the power of mind-controlled mecha known as Aura Battlers piloted by BERN BUNNINGS and his reluctant recruits. Watch as relationships of love and hate develop amid a brutal, unfolding civil war. Witness the complex levels of treachery which transform royals such as DRAKE LUFT and BISHOP HATE into a mob of backstabbing despots. AURA BATTLER DUNBINE is the stuff that legends are made of. An epic, one-of-a-kind adventure created by YOSHIYUKI TOMINO ("Gundam") which dives headfirst into a rich, fully defined world where magic and mecha work hand in hand to create one of the most unique anime experiences ever envisioned.

Contains episodes 1-5:

  • The Aura Battlers
  • Given's Mansion
  • Escape from Laas Wau
  • Elmelie's Hardships
  • Keen in Danger
Special Features:
  • Production Portfolio
  • Clean opening and closing animation
  • Character Bios



GreenCine Member Reviews

Early 80s Anime That's Pretty Darn Good by snooze May 9, 2004 - 9:02 AM PDT
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4 out of 5 members found this review helpful

Aura Battler Dunbine is one of those shows that illustrate why I like anime so much. Even a show with kind of weak animation by current standards tells a more kickass story than most american produced shows today.

I really enjoyed this first disc. It had that kind of classic anime 'drop you right into the story along with the main character and slowly show you what is going on' way of telling the story. Even by the end of the disc you get the feeling that we're still only seeing a bit of what this world has to offer. My biggest complaint is that some of the characters annoy the crap out of me (like this little fairy creature that is in it). So, If you don't mind older animation and like decent storytelling give this show a try.





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