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    RahXephon

    RahXephon

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    G4 (ended 2005)
    The city of Tokyo has been overthrown, taken over by the Mu, invaders who have devastated the rest of the planet. Within the domed walls of the city, however, time flows in a different path, and none of the citizens even know they've been conquered. Outside Tokyo, the remnants of the human race have fought a desperate 15-year war against the Mu, knowing only that the key to victory lies within the occupied city. But no one has been able to get into Tokyo—until Ayato Kamina, a young resident fleeing a horrifying attack on the city, unwittingly breaks out. An extraordinary mystery unfolds as Ayato confronts a world he has never known, and begins to learn the horrifying secrets of RahXephon, a humanoid super weapon which apparently only he can control.moreless
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    V: The Final Battle (1984)

    V: The Final Battle (1984)

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    V: The Final Battle (1984) is the miniseries sequel to the NBC miniseries V: The Original Miniseries, where we are introduced to an alien race called "The Visitors", led by John And Diana (Jane Badler), who come to Earth with a secret evil plan. We join news cameraman Mike Donovan as he is becoming part of the resistance movement which is bent on exposing and defeating the Visitors. The resistance attempts a raid on a Visitor processing plant, where they are using humans for food, but find that their defenses are too advanced. When John is making a huge announcement at the Los Angeles Medical Center, claiming to have a medial breakthrough that will be a universal cure for cancer, the rebels infiltrate the hospital to take advantage of the media coverage. The resistance makes a desperate call for rebellion, but Diana has the scene re-enacted and passed off as the original broadcast. When Mike is invited to surrender in exchange for his son, he is taken into custody on the mothership. When a strange pregnancy reveals a deadly bacteria, they develop the "Red Dust" to try to stop the Visitors, but soon find that the stakes of doing so are much higher than expected.moreless
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    Eleventh Hour

    Eleventh Hour

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    ITV (ended 2006)
    Eleventh Hour is an investigative drama series set in the world of contemporary science. Starring Patrick Stewart (as Professor Ian Hood) and Ashley Jensen (as Rachel Young)
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    Blassreiter

    Blassreiter

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    TV Kanagawa (ended 2008)
    A mysterious plague transforms ordinary humans into demonic creatures with the ability to meld with mechanical technology. Joseph Jobson, the only human to survive this infection with his mind and personality intact, is determined to hunt these Demoniacs down and to find the man who infected him. Opening Theme:
    "Detarame na Zanzō" by GRANRODEO
    "unripe hero" by Minami Kuribayashi Ending Theme:
    "sad rain" by Aki Misato
    "A Wish For The Star" by Kanako Itou
    "Separating moment" by Aki Misato
    "sweet lies" by Kanako Itou
    "DD" by Itou Kanakomoreless
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    Night Stalker

    Night Stalker

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    ABC (ended 2005)
    Crime reporter Carl Kolchak is partnered with Perri Reed at The Beacon, a Los Angeles newspaper. Together they investigate a string of strange murders...all of which may be related to the death of Kolchak's wife 18 months earlier in a similarly bizarre manner. A murder that the FBI consider Kolchak the primary suspect. As of 5/17/05, ABC has announced that the remake of the 1970s cult series Kolchak: The Night Stalker which starred Darren McGavin, is part of their fall schedule. The project, which is set up at Touchstone Television, is the result of Spotnitz's overall deal at the studio. "Stalker" revolves around a hardboiled journalist, Carl Kolchak, and his investigations into freakish occurrences.
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    Bionic Woman

    Bionic Woman

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    NBC (ended 2007)
    Jaime Sommers is nothing but a hard-working woman juggling work as a bartender, the responsibility for the care of her younger sister, Becca, and her relationship with her boyfriend, Will. Although she does not have much, Jaime has always enjoyed being as normal as any other human being. However, this all changes when she is hit by a car and seriously injured. Her only hope becomes an experimental and top secret procedure, but, as Jaime soon discovers, this salvation comes at a high price.

    Bionic Woman is produced by David Eick Productions in association with GEP Productions and NBC Universal Television Studio.moreless
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    Crusade

    Crusade

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    TNT (ended 1999)
    Crusade, a spin-off from the Emmy-winning Babylon 5, describes the efforts of the Interstellar Alliance vessel Excalibur to find the cure to a plague released on Earth. This plague of nano-viruses, released by the Shadow's servants, the Drakh, in retaliation for the Shadow War (see Babylon 5 season 4 for details), will kill all mammalian life on Earth within five years if the cure is not found. Unfortunately, the plug was pulled on this series after just 13 episodes, so no resolution was ever achieved.moreless
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    Battlestar Galactica

    Battlestar Galactica

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    ABC (ended 1979)
    Opening Narration: (Used on the video version of "Saga of a Star World") "There are those who believe... that life here... began out there. Far across the universe. With tribes of humans... who may have been the forefathers of the Egyptians... or the Toltecs... or the Mayans... that they may have been the architects of the Great Pyramids... or the lost civilizations of Lemuria... or Atlantis... Some believe that there may yet be brothers of man... who even now fight to survive... far, far away amongst the stars..." -- read by Patrick Macnee. Alternate Narration: (TV Version of "Saga of a Star World")
    "There are those who believe... that life here... began out there. Far across the universe. With tribes of humans... who may have been the forefathers of the Egyptians... or the Toltecs... or the Mayans... that they may have been the architects of the Great Pyramids... or the lost civilizations of Lemuria... or Atlantis... Some believe that there may yet be brothers of man... who even now fight to survive... somewhere beyond the heavens" -- read by Patrick Macnee. Short Narration: (Episodes 4-11, 19, 23-24)
    "There are those who believe... that life here... began out there. Far across the universe. With tribes of humans... who may have been the forefathers of the Egyptians... or the Toltecs... or the Mayans... Some believe that there may yet be brothers of man... who even now fight to survive... somewhere beyond the heavens" -- read by Patrick Macnee. Closing Narration: (Episodes 3-24)
    "Fleeing from the Cylon Tyranny, the last Battlestar, Galactica, leads a rag-tag fugitive fleet on a lonely quest. A shining planet, known as Earth" -- read by Lorne Greene.moreless
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    Defying Gravity

    Defying Gravity

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    ABC (ended 2009)
    This show takes place in the near future and focuses on the lives of eight astronauts from five different countries on a six-year mission through the solar system. The team is on a mysterious mission that is closely being followed by ground personnel. Each episode is divided between the present mission and flashbacks that show the selection process each astronaut went through to become part of the project.moreless
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    Jyu-Oh-Sei

    Jyu-Oh-Sei

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    Fuji Television (ended 2006)
    In the year 2436 AD, humans have settled in the Balkan star system. Two young twins, Thor and Rai are two of many who live in a space colony called Juno. Coming home one day Thor and Rai find their parents murdered and are soon after kidnapped themselves. They are soon cast off on a forsaken planet inhabited by carnivorous plants, criminals and other outcasts desperately trying to find a way home.moreless
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    Star Trek: Remastered

    Star Trek: Remastered

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    Star Trek: Remastered takes Gene Roddenberry's groundbreaking 1960s science fiction series and gives it a fresh coat of paint for a new generation. The Original Series gets a full make-over, presented now in high definition with new CGI effects and enhanced audio. This digital re-mastering was released in 2006 to commemorate Star Trek's 40th anniversary. Star Trek didn't always have the loyal following it does now. It's first season received lukewarm ratings, and while it developed a significant fan base, it received little network support and was canceled after three seasons. Nonetheless, the show continued to run in syndication in the 70s and gained popularity. Now, Stark Trek is one of the most-loved sci-fi stories of all time, with many spin-off series and several feature films. Star Trek holds the Guinness World Record for having the largest number of spin-offs among television shows in history. The Original Series has stood the test of time, and this updated version gives it a new, polished finish. Whether you're a long-time fan of this smart sci-fi classic, or a recent convert looking to catch up, Star Trek: Remastered is the best Original Series viewing experience available.moreless
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    Estate of Panic

    Estate of Panic

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    This Sci-Fi reality competition captures the conflict between seven people racing to find millions of dollars at an estate.
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    Tremors

    Tremors

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    Syfy (ended 2003)
    This spinoff of the Tremor movies chronicles the town of Perfection, Nevada, which has a little problem with great big worms. The Graboids, and their offspring the Shriekers and Ass-Blasters, have overrun the valley but are on the government's protected species list. The locals are (barely) allowed to live there rather then leave their homes, as long as they don't harm the creatures, particularly the giant Graboid known as "El Blanco." Complicating matters, a secret government lab accidentally unleashed a gene-blending substance called "Mixmaster" into the area, occasionally causing various animal-types to recombine into new monsters. The natives of Perfection include survivalist Burt Gummer, 60's hippy-type Nancy Sterngood, and grocery store owner Jodi Chang who all try to make a living. New to Perfection is tour guide Tyler Reed and Rosalita Sanchez, a mysterious woman with a past. Government representative W.D. Twitchell keeps an eye on the whole situation. The series lasted one season on the SciFi Channel before being ignominously cancelled. A fourth movie was released the following January.moreless
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    My Own Worst Enemy

    My Own Worst Enemy

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    NBC (ended 2008)
    Edward Albright is a super spy. Henry Spivey is living the normal American dream in the suburbs with his wife, two kids and dog. The two men have one thing in common - they share the same body because Edward took part in an experiment several years earlier to create a split personality. Henry has never met his alter-ego Edward, except for an email he receives from Edward saying that people are coming to kill him. Now, the super spy and the suburban daddy have to learn to live with each other in the same body and not get each other killed. My Own Worst Enemy is produced by Universal Media Studios. It has been given a 13 episode initial order by NBC, but only 9 aired because of the show's cancellation on 11/12/08.moreless
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    Beetleborgs

    Beetleborgs

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    FOX (ended 1998)
    This guide covers the program known as "Saban's Big Bad Beetleborgs" (in its first season) and "Saban's Beetleborgs Metallix" (in its second and final season). It was the third "companion series" to the Power Rangers franchise, and eventually rose in ratings to point it was number 1 in all key demographics. The show was about three typical pre-teen kids, Drew, Roland, and Jo, living in the city of Charterville, where they tend to hang out as Roland's father's comic book store, Zoom Comics. One day, on a dare, the trio entered the local haunted house (known as Hillhurst Mansion), and encounter a gang of crazy gang, child-hugry monsters! While trying to escape, they bumped into a pipe organ, accidentally freeing a wacky blue phasm by the name Flabber. As thanks for releasing him from his prison, he gave them a wish, which they were unanimous on: the kids wanted to be their favorite comic book superheroes - the Beetleborgs! But in fulfilling their wish, Flabber accidentally releases the Beetleborgs' enemies, the evil Magnavores, from the comic book world as well. Now the kids, as the armored, insect-powered, (adult-) cyborg warriors called the Beetleborgs, must defend their city from the Magnavores, which include Noxic, Jara, Typhus and their boss, Vexor, as they release evil creatures also out of any issue of the comics. The comic arsenal is also at the kids' disposal, including powerful weapons and three giant fighting machines known as the Beetle A.V.s. The shy but courageous Drew takes the form of the Blue Stinger Beetleborg (and later, the Chromium Gold Beetleborg). He also has the civilian ability of telekinetic powers. Jo, his tomboyish younger sister (who later goes through a change of actresses due to a magic spell gone bad), is the Red Striker (and later Platinum Purple) Beetleborg, and has the civilian ability of super-strength. And the budding magician Roland is the Green Hunter Beetleborg (and later, the Titanium Silver Beetleborg), with super-speed as his civilian ability. Then in "BeetleBorgs Metallix", Art Fortunes, creator of the Beetleborgs comics, creates better and more powerful armor for the heroes, to combat a new line of evil which are created by Art's criminal insane brother, Les Fortunes! His creation of Nukus, Horribelle, Vilor, and their Crustaceans are the new enemies of these new Metallix-powered Beetleborgs. The supporting cast includes Flabber's child-hungry roommates, known as the House Monsters (which include vampiric Count Fangula, tightly-wound Mums, dim-witted Frankenbeans, incomprehensable Wolfgang, and later the fiesty Little Ghoul); Roland's butt-kicking, bike-riding grandmother Nano; Roland's Zoom Comics-owning father Aaron (and later his mother, Abby); Heather, a pretty young girl who works at Zoom and Drew has a major crush on; and Van & Trip, two millionaire brats who tend to bully around the kids. Big Bad Beetleborgs was adapted from the 1995 Toei Metal Hero program, "Juukou Bii Faitaa (Heavy Armor B-Fighter). Beetleborgs Metallix was adapted from the 1996 Toei Metal Hero program, "Bii Faitaa Kabuto" (B-Fighter Kabuto). The series aired Mondays to Fridays, and Saturday mornings, on the Fox Kids block of the Fox network, from its inception, until the fall of 1998, when reruns of it moved to the UPN Kids block of the United Paramount Network. It has not aired in the USA since 1999, though continues to run in other countries, most notably the United Kingdom. The series ended due to two major factors: Toei stopped production of its Metal Hero series, meaning no series to adapt for a third season (which was tentatively titled Beetleborgs Force), which would have meant much higher production costs. And secondly, Saban Entertainment needed to free up more money to fund the Ireland co-production Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog. The toy line even continued after the show ended its run! Beetleborgs (both seasons) was a production of Renaissance-Atlantic Films. A co-production of Toei Company, LTD. and Bugboy Productions, Inc. And copyrighted by Saban Entertainment, Inc. and Saban International, N.V. (which is now owned by Disney, and goes by the name of BVS Entertainment, Inc.) (One last FYI: Shannon "Jo #1" Chandler and Elisabeth "Heather" Lund were nominated for "Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Saturday Morning TV Program" at the YoungStar Awards for the series)moreless
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    Kiddy Grade

    Kiddy Grade

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    (ended 2003)
    The Galactic Organization of Trade and Tariffs (GOTT) was created to maintain economic stability and peace throughout the galaxy, and it's the job of GOTT's famed ES (Encounter of Shadows) members to respond to challenges against the peace. Members Éclair and Lumière are ready for those challenges, but they'll have to face off against some of the most powerful foes the galaxy has to offer-and a few enemies they never expected. Character Bios Éclair: GOTT ES Member (G class), apparent age 16, and partner to Lumiere. Special ability: "Power". Éclair is the older out of her and her partner Lumière. Utilizing superhuman strength and speed and her "Rouge Whip" to defeat her enemies, Éclair is one of the most powerful members of GOTT. She likes to have a lot of fun in her work, often dressing up in different costumes on her missions. (Much to Lumière's dismay) Éclair also likes to surprise her enemies, usually calling out "Ta-da!" when she arrives. Although Éclair is the more hot-headed member, willing to get her hands dirty and head into a fight without hesitation, she is also a very kind and caring person, willing to help friend and stranger alike. However, this gets her into trouble later in the story. Her abilities can be hard to control, which causes problems in day-to-day life so she uses a self-hypnotic suggestion to restrict her powers. This restriction is released by the act of putting on lipstick, although she has been known to substitute her own blood in extreme circumstances. Lumière: GOTT ES Member (C/G class), apparent age 10, and partner to Éclair. C-Class ability: "Puppet", G-Class ability: "Particle". Although Lumière is much younger than her partner, she is the more mature and level-headed person of the duo. Unlike Éclair, she relies more on logic and planning to get ahead and often scolds Éclair in a motherly manner to be "more elegant" in her work. Lumière also enjoys a lot of the finer things in life such as wine, opera, and the arts. She uses the "puppet" ability to hack into and control many different kinds of computers and machinery. Although Lumiere operates more on logic than emotion, she cares deeply for her partner Éclair. Eclipse: Executive Chief of the GOTT Head Office, Aineias. Eclipse is the head chief of GOTT, mostly sending the different ES Members on their missions. She is very intelligent, level-headed and calm in her duties, and is admired by Éclair. However, she never really speaks her mind or shows emotion. Quite often, she is forced to carry out the harshest orders in her work. Although she is in charge of GOTT, the higher powers often keep her under their thumb. Mercredi: apparent age 13, Private Secretary to Eclipse. Mercredi can be considered to be Eclipse's "right-hand girl". She is her trusted and reliable secretary, and excels in much of her work. She is extremely talented and data gathering and her abilities almost rival a computer. The job also gives her time to hang out with a lot of the ES Members and she's a friend of Éclair and Lumiere. Mercredi also excels at making tea, and usually fixes a batch for Éclair and Lumiere before each of their missions. Armbrust: apparent age 20, GU Inspector. Armbrust is an Inspector and Auditor for the Global Union who is sent to observe Éclair and Lumiere in each of their missions. Armbrust is calm and collected, although a bit on the shady side too. A veritable ladies' man, he often flirts with the ladies (and sometimes with Éclair). However, he is never seen without his mysterious briefcase, which seems to have its own powers. Despite his efforts and good intentions, Armbrust is often the target of Éclair’s distrust. Mis-translated as Armblast for the English dub, an error that was caught too late to be corrected although it is spelt correctly in the English subtitled version. Alv: GOTT ES Member (S Class), apparent age 20, partner to Dvergr. Special abilities: "Absorb" and "Reflex". While she is older than the other ES Members, Alv's abilities is said to be second in her ranking among the ES Force. She has the ability to absorb any type of energy along with her partner Dvergr. Often emotionally unstable and at odds with her fellow ES Members, Alv usually finds the harshest methods of completing her missions. Her loyalty with GOTT seems rather questionable also. Out of all the ES Members, Alv isn't a person to turn your back on. Dvergr: GOTT ES Member (S Class), apparent age 19, partner to and mother of Alv. Special abilities: "Absorb" and "Reflex". Dvergr is Alv's partner. She also has the "absorb" ability, but when put together with Alv, they create feedback similar to a microphone and cause everything in their area to stop. Most of the time, she is silent and usually obeys Alv's orders with no objection at all. She seems to have no will of her own, and her partnership with Alv seems to represent something other than friendship and trust. Tweedledee: GOTT ES Member (S Class), apparent age 16, partner and twin of Tweedledum. Special ability: "Strom" (German, river, or in this case "Electricity"), joint ability: "Windstoß" (German, gust of wind). The sister of her partner Tweedledum, Tweedledee has a fierce and commanding presence, (especially with her brother) and values loyalty above all else. She is an "S Class" ES member rivaling Alv and Dvergr. Tweedledee has the ability to control electricity and can create an effect similar to Lumiere's power. She often scolds her brother for calling her "sister" during their work. Tweedledee also has a strong sense of pride. While she doesn't agree with Eclipse's secretive nature towards the ES Members, she still trusts her. She also seems to have a deep bond with Lumiere, probably because of their similar abilities. Tweedledum: GOTT ES Member (S Class), apparent age 16, partner and twin of Tweedledee. Special ability: "Magnetfeld" (German, magnetic field), joint ability: "Windstoß" (German, gust of wind). The brother and partner of Tweedledee, Tweedledum is fiercely loyal to his sister. However, he isn't really sociable with anyone else other than her either. Although he doesn't mean to offend, Tweedledum doesn't really show interest in anyone else other than her. Tweedledum has the ability to control the magnetic fields around him, combining with Tweedledee to create a powerful gravitational force. Because of their extremely strong bond, Tweedledum seems jealous when his sister shows interest in Lumiere. The rest of the cast (Sinistra, Dextera, Alv, Éclair/Lumiere clones, Dvergr, Viola, Cesario, Lumiere and Éclair (second forms). Viola: GOTT ES Member (C Class), apparent age 9, partner to Cesario. Special ability: "Calamity". The youngest member of the ES Force, Viola is one of the more precocious members. She also seems to be the main voice of her partnership with Cesario. She often gives the other ES Members nicknames. Viola is also a "C Class" member, although a bit above Éclair and Lumiere's rank. Her power "Calamity", which allows her to alter matter at the molecular level, requires a great deal of energy which is supplied by Cesario's ability so can only be used when she is in physical contact with him. Viola is also often seen with a cute stuffed animal named Dragon Papi. Cesario: GOTT ES Member (C Class), apparent age 18, partner to Viola. Special ability: "Driver". Cesario is the older partner of Viola. He is seen to be a mostly silent person, almost never speaking out loud. Instead, he is usually seen communicating to Viola by whispering in her ear. Cesario seems to prefer communicating with body language instead of voice. He is often an indecisive person, usually on the losing side of his arguments with Viola. His power, "Driver", has no use on its own but when in contact with Viola, it serves as a source of energy for her ability. Un-ou: GOTT ES Member (S Class), apparent age 14, partner to A-ou. Special ability: "Amazing". A mostly cynical and impulsive person, Un-ou enjoys the danger that comes with his job. He and A-ou were formerly mercenaries who were constantly at odds with Éclair and Lumiere. Hardened by his past as a mercenary, Un-ou doesn't seem to agree with the values held by the GOTT, but merely as an outlet from their past rivalries with Éclair and Lumiere. His relationship with Éclair is especially competitive. Un-ou's "Amazing" ability allows him to listen to the various life energies which allow them to track down their enemies. A-ou: GOTT ES Member (S Class), apparent age 19, partner to Un-ou. Special ability: "Amplifier". The older and more stoic member of the Duo, A-ou (unlike his partner) has a stronger sense of honor and justice. He is also more of a pacifist and he often speaks in a profound and meaningful manner, giving him a rather preachy presence among other people. He and Un-ou have has a long and eventful past together during their days as mercenaries. However, despite their differences, the two have forged a strong bond as a team. "Amplifier" gives him the ability to improve his visual perception ten-fold. He also uses the energy seen by Un-ou to increase the power of his physical attacks. Sinistra: GOTT ES Member (S Class), apparent age 18, partner to Dextra. Special ability: "Whenever". Among this handsome duo of ES Members, Sinistra appears to be the silent type, but he's really a sociable person. He is also very chivalrous. Whenever he's in battle, he is calm, collected and fearless. Dextera: GOTT ES Member (S Class), partner to Sinistra. Special ability: "Anywhere". Dextera has a reputation for being the victor of numerous battles in the past. He also has strong leadership characteristics. The right hand man of Eclipse, he has a long period of respect among the GOTT. The abilities of both him and Sinistra seem to be a mystery. However, both have plenty of strength and speed. Liquide "Liquiy" Cole: Receptionist, GOTT Head Office, Aineias. Liquiy is a GOTT receptionist who works (and is friends with) Éclair and Lumiere at the front gate of GOTT Headquarters. She often hangs out with Éclair outside of work and is there for her whenever she needs help. Bonita Gerall: Receptionist, GOTT Head Office, Aineias. Another GOTT receptionist who works with Liquiy, Éclair and Lumiere. Caprice: Waitress at Fleur's Café, Aineias. A friend of Éclair who works as a waitress at Fleur's Cafe. Not seen very often during the series, but it's implied that they've also had a long friendship. Padushka: GOTT SO-Member, Aineias. Another friend of Éclair and an SO member of GOTT. Mrs. Padushka retires from the GOTT in order to devote her time to family life with her husband, Gluck. She also gave birth to a baby girl, which she names after Éclair. However, she never learned about Éclair being an ES member until she left GOTT. Chevalier D'Autriche: Secretary General of the GOTT and head of the GU Economic Dept Despite the fact that he's a Nouvlesse, Chevalier is a key figure to Éclair’s past and her forgotten former lives. In his lifetime, he has never forgotten Éclair and is always willing to help her. He worked his way up to his current position all for Éclair’s sake. (It is revealed late in the show that Chevalier is Éclair’s adopted son. Theme Songs: Opening: "Mirai no Kioku [Memories of the Future]" by YUKA Ending: "Future" by Little Vikingmoreless
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    Star Wars Rebels

    Star Wars Rebels

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    Star Wars Rebels is a thrilling new CGI animated series. It takes place 14 years after Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and 5 years before Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. During this time the Empire is consolidating its grip on the galaxy, hunting down Jedi and dissidents alike. Comes a small group of Jedi Knights creating a rebel alliance against the empire. Watch as a group of rebels band together aboard the starship Ghost. Featuring the Kanar Jarrus (Freddie Prinze, Jr.) a renegade Jedi who uses a blaster to cruse under the ever vigilant eye of the Empire. He is ever the sarcastic leader of the crew of the Ghost. Ezra Bridger (voiced by Taylor Gray) A 14-year-old con artist, thief, and pickpocket with no alegance to anyone but himself. He unknowingly uses the Force to turn the odds in his favor Zeb Orrelios (voiced by Steven Blum) The muscle of the band he is a seasoned and intelligent Lasat enforcer. Sabine Wren (voiced by Tiya Sircar) A Mandalorian graffiti artist who tags the galaxy with anti-Imperial propaganda. She is a combat, weapons, and explosive expert. Hera Syndulla (voiced by Vanessa Marshall) The heart of the group and also the owner and pilot of the Ghost. Her personality keeps the crew together. C1-10P - C1-10P (aka Chopper) an astromech droid who is quite cheeky and resents being made of spare parts. moreless
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    Intruders

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    "Because in the beginning, there was death.”
    Intruders, based on Michael Marshall Smith's 2007 novel The Intruders, is an American drama television series from writer and executive producer Glen Morgan about a secret society devoted to chasing immortality by seeking refuge in the bodies of others. The series is a modern, paranormal tale set in the Pacific Northwest spinning a multifaceted web of drama. Events, seemingly unrelated, begin to ensue and multiple story lines intertwine divulging a conspiracy that will alter our grasp of human nature. Season one consists of eight episodes. The series is executive produced by Jane Tranter and Julie Gardner for BBC Worldwide Productions, Glen Morgan, and Rose Lam. Directing episodes is split between Eduardo Sanchez and Daniel Stamm. Mark Freeborn, as production designer, is part of the creative team.moreless
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    Ga-Rei: Zero

    Ga-Rei: Zero

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    Chiba TV (ended 2008)
    This is a prequel to the Ga-Rei manga (hence the 'Zero' in the title), and is set two years before the first volume of the manga. The show follows Kagura Tsuchimiya the daughter of a very powerful family of exorcists as she begins working for the Japanese Ministry of Defense's Supernatural Disaster Prevention Agency. Here she battles against all manner of spirits and demons alongside other exorcists including her cousin Yomi Isayama, a girl that will eventually betray all those close to her. Opening Theme:
    "Paradise Lost" by Minori Chihara Ending Theme:
    "Yume no Ashioto ga Kikoeru" by Mizuhara Kaoru
    "Paradise Lost" by Minori Chiharamoreless
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    Astro Boy (1963)

    Astro Boy (1963)

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    NBC (ended 1981)
    The 1963 black-and-white version of Astro Boy was the first anime to cross the Pacific and penetrate American television. It was highly successful as it drew the highest ratings at that time. It was taken off the air in 1966 as it completed its 104-episode run (193 episodes in Japan), having lost its popularity due to it not being in color and having "depressing" and violent themes and story lines.
    However, in 1980, Astro Boy was reborn in Japan and was brought back to North America in 1982 with a 51-episode color series (52 episodes in Japan).
    All 104 episodes of the original 1963 series which aired in the United States are now available on DVD.moreless
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