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Infinite Ryvius vol.1: Lost in Space (1999)

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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Bandai
Genre: Anime, Science Fiction Anime
Running Time: 125 min.
Languages: English, Japanese
Subtitles: English
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This title is currently out of print.

Synopsis
By the 22nd century, mankind has spread to every corner of the solar system. But in the year 2137AD, a tremendous solar flare kills millions and spreads a dense plasma called the Sea of Geduld across the solar system. Space travel becomes difficult because no spaceship can withstand the immense pressure within the Geduld.

It is now 2225AD and teenage cadets learn to navigate around this deadly obstacle at the Liebe Delta Astronaut Training Center on the edge of the Geduld Sea. An act of sabotage during a routine dive procedure sends the space station plummeting into the Geduld. Juli Bahana, a member of the elite Zwei cadets, must take charge and lead the others to safety aboard the Ryvius, an interstellar space ship hidden inside the station. At the same time, navigator-in-training, Kouji Aiba, is coping with sibling rivalry while trying to find the courage to use his skills to deal with this deadly situation. Since all the adult crew and instructors were killed during the evacuation, the young astronauts can only rely on their training and each other to survive the journey home.

Contains episodes 1-5.

Special Features:

  • Textless Opening and Ending animation
  • Commercials
  • VJ Mix Video



GreenCine Member Reviews

Excellent Start! by zelpheri November 1, 2003 - 8:22 PM PST
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4 out of 4 members found this review helpful
This is an excellent start to what hope to be a grand space epic. A large cast of characters, each with distinct traits to counterbalance each other. If you have seen "Legends of the Galaxy Heroes", you would have an idea of the type of Space Opera that can be going on there.

Eagerly anticipating DVD #2. :)




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