Kakumeiki Valvrave - Netflix

True Calendar (T.C.) 71—a new age where 70% of the human population lives in space thanks to the development of "Dyson Sphere", a city in space.\ \ The world is divided into two main powers: The Dorssia Military Pact Federation, a power which grew out of a military alliance, and the Atlantic Rim United States (ARUS), which grew in power as it expanded its trade agreements. The minor nation of JIOR has declared neutrality between these two forces and maintains its peace through economic prosperity.\ \ Within the JIOR's Sphere, Haruto Tokishima lived an ordinary life as a high school student in the division known as "Module 77"—until the Dorssian military begins their sudden invasion!\ \ But the whole world will be shaken when Haruto meets the mysterious humanoid weapon, Valvrave!

Kakumeiki Valvrave - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2013-04-12

Kakumeiki Valvrave - List of Valvrave the Liberator episodes - Netflix

Valvrave the Liberator is a 2013 Japanese mecha anime series. The Third Galactic Reich began on the 71st Year of the True Calendar. By this time, almost 70% of the human population, having divided itself into three factions: ARUS, JIOR and Dorssia, had migrated into space following the creation of Dyson Spheres—massive space habitats capable of sustaining human life. This segregation created an ongoing conflict between the hostile Dorssian forces which seek to expand their territory and the allied ARUS and neutral JIOR factions. Subsequently, the JIOR scientists developed a highly advanced weaponized mecha technology called Valvrave which possess enough power to turn the tide of the war. With each of the hostile factions now desiring this weapon, high schoolers, Haruto Tokishima and his friends pilot the Valvrave mechs and use them to protect their Module 77 home from the Dorssian forces. The anime is produced by Sunrise and chiefly directed by Kō Matsuo with series composition and script supervision by Ichirō Ōkouchi, original character designs by Katsura Hoshino, art direction by Masatoshi Kai, sound direction by Masafumi Mima and soundtrack music by Akira Senju. The series' first and second seasons premiered on MBS on April 12, 2013 and October 10, 2013 respectively. The series received later airings on TBS, CBC, RKB, HBC, BS-TBS and Animax. The series was licensed by Aniplex of America for streaming on Aniplex Channel. Crunchyroll also obtained the series for streaming with English subtitles in North America, United Kingdom, and Ireland. The series was released on home media disc format by Aniplex in Japan, Aniplex of America in North America and by Hanabee Entertainment in Australia and New Zealand. The anime uses ten pieces of theme music: two opening themes, four ending themes and four insert songs.

Kakumeiki Valvrave - Theme music - Netflix

The anime uses ten pieces of theme music: two opening themes, four ending themes and four insert songs. Opening themes “Preserved Roses” by T.M.Revolution and Nana Mizuki — Episodes 2 - 12 (Ending theme of Episode 1 / Insert song of Episode 7) “Kakumei Dualism” (革命デュアリズム) by Nana Mizuki and T.M.Revolution — Episodes 14 - 24 (Ending theme of Episode 13 / Insert song of Episode 22) Ending themes “Boku Janai” (僕じゃない, lit. “Not Me”) by Angela — Episodes 2 - 6 (Insert song of Episodes 12 and 19) “Soba ni Iru yo” (そばにいるよ, “I'm By Your Side”) by Elisa — Episodes 7 - 12 (Insert song of Episodes 16 and 24) “Realism” by Elisa — Episodes 14 - 18 “Akai Memorīzu o Anata ni” (赤いメモリーズをあなたに, “To You Red Memories”) by Momoko Kanade — Episodes 19 - 23 Insert songs “Sakimori Gakuen Kōka” (咲森学園校歌, Sakimori Academy Anthem) by the students of Sakimori Academy — Episode 4 “Good luck for you” by Haruka Tomatsu — Episode 5 “Can you save my heart?” by Momoko Kanade — Episode 6 “Mother land” by Yuuka Nanri — Episodes 8 and 21

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