Xam'd

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Premiered Jul 15, 2008 Between Seasons

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AIRED ON 2/4/2009

Season 1 : Episode 26

Show Summary

Bounen no Xamdou - Sci-Fi, Mecha, Action (May contain bloody violence & adult themes) ... Akiyuki lives on Sentan Island, a peaceful area caught in the middle of a war between the Northern and Southern governments. One day, Akiyuki's normal bus ride to school is interrupted by an explosion and his sudden transformation into a powerful creature named Xam'd. This anime is available exclusively on Sony's Playstation Network. ____________________

Opening Theme: "Shut up and Explode" by Boom Boom Satellites Ending Theme: "Vacancy" by Kylee

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  • This show started off really well but by half-way through the season I had all but lost interest.

    6.0
    The show is set in a steampunk future world and follows a young boy who gets caught up in a religious, political and heated war when he is trasformed into a strange creature called a Xam'd. He then starts out on a long journey to come to terms with what he has become by traveling the world on a postal ship. This show starts out brilliantly, with interesting characters and a fast paced story. However, by halfway through the show I was both bored and lost. The plotline is explained painfully slowly and some things are never explained at all. Only a handful of the characters have any real development and most of those turn from enjoyable and interesting into neurotic and self-depricating. The animation is good though and the ending is better than I thought given the fact that nothing seems to happen between episodes 13 and 20. All in all this show is worth watching for the first half and then you can just forget about it!moreless
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Animation, Fantasy

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Anime, Foreign Language