(ended 2003)


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First Aired: April 3, 2000 Last Aired: July 25, 2003 Episodes: 30 colored episodes (24 regular, 6 OAV's) Age Rating: Older Children (May contain mild bad language, bloodless violence) Genres: Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Mecha, Science Fiction, Shounen
Season 1: Gate Keepers It is Tokyo, 1969. Earth is under the attack of the "Invaders." Fortunately, though, the public is unaware of this. But to the secret orginazation, A.E.G.I.S., the threat is very real, and it is up them to stop this invasion. One day on his route to high school, Ukiya Shun observes a battle between a young girl and a group of Invaders. He ends up helping her and discovers that much like the girl, he possesses the ability to generate a "gate" of special power that only a few other people are gifted with. As a result, Ukiya then joins A.E.G.I.S. in an effort to recruit other Gate Keepers in order to protect the city, all while doing his best not to imitate his late father, whom he dispises. Season 2: Gate Keepers 21 Thirty-two years have passed since the initial defeat of the Invaders. A.E.G.I.S. is all but dismantled now and has become an underground organiziation consisting of only a few Gate Keepers left to save humanity. One of the members, Ayane Isuzu, is sick of society as a whole, though she continues to defeat the Invaders out of spite for her father. Suddenly, she learns of the revival of Machine General (Kikai Shogun) and Devil Count (Akuma Hakushaku), but a mysterious ghost girl now accompanies them. Find out if Ayane and the remnants of A.E.G.I.S. will be enough to stop them and save humanity once again. Opening Song (Season 1): "Asu no Egao no Tame ni (For the Smiles of Tomorrow)" by Yumi Matsuzawa (eps 7-23) Opening Song 1 (Season 2): "Haoto" by Sakura Nogawa (eps 25-27) Opening Song 2 (Season 2): "Ima, egao ga areba" by Junko Watanabe (eps 28-29) Ending Song 1 (Season 1): "Asu no Egao no Tame ni (Special Version)" by Yumi Matsuzawa (eps 1-6,24) Ending Song 2 (Season 1): "Kyou Kara Ashita E" by Yumi Matsuzawa (eps 7-23) Ending Song 1 (Season 2): "Ima, egao ga areba" by Junko Watanabe (eps 25-27,30) Ending Song 2 (Season 2): "Haoto" by Sakura Nogawa (eps 28-29moreless