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  • Actors: Yûko Sanpei, Keiji Fujiwara, Kaori Nazuka, Johnny Yong Bosch, Stephanie Sheh
  • Directors: Tomoki Kyôda
  • Format: Animated, Box set, Color, NTSC, Special Edition, Subtitled
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Bandai
  • DVD Release Date: August 22, 2006
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FJH4XM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,952 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Eureka Seven: Volume 3 (Special Edition)" on IMDb

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Since Renton's arrival, Eureka's relationship with the Nirvash has been changing. More mysteries await, however, as the Gekko has discovered a mysterious phenomenon called a Coralian. Although she's not really up to the task Eureka goes out in the Nirvash and flies inside. Once inside, she isattacked by a new LFO. Renton, meanwhile, has fallen unconscious, and has a dream about Eureka and the girl she's fighting. But is it really just a dream, or is he somehow connected to Eureka and the Nirvash in this state? Meanshile, the Gekko has come under fire by the Federation warship Izumok, and the members of Gekkostate will have their hands full escaping from both the warship and the Coralian, especially without the Nirvash to assist them. Winner of Top Honors at the 2006 Tokyo International Anime Fair. From Studio BONES! Mecha designs by Shoji Kawamori, script by Dai Sato. Genre: Action/Sci-Fi/Mecha. This edition includes Volume 3 (DVD) of Eureka Seven and the 2nd Issue of Bandai's Premier Eureka Seven Manga and Specially designed Eureka Seven T-shirt.

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The action ramps up in Eureka 7, providing series director Tomoki Kyoda and his crew with a showcase for their skill at choreographing air battles. The military and the crew of the Gekkostate pursue the Coralian, a mysterious storm that manifests itself physically, electro-magnetically and psychologically. Renton and Eureka enter the Coralian in the Nervash; at the same time, young officer Dominic and the bratty Anemone attempt a similar maneuver in their own mecha. Their encounter produces a shattering crash that leaves Eureka and Anemone in shock. As they attempt to aid their respective partners, Renton and Dominic establish the kind of rivalry tinged with grudging respect that characterizes many of the Gundam adventures. The story development takes place in the first three episodes; episode 14 rehashes previous events, presumably for viewers who started watching in the middle of the series. The Limited Edition includes a T-shirt and the second volume of the manga adaptation by Jinsei Kataoka and Kazuma Kondou. (Unrated, suitable for ages 12 and older: violence, nudity, minor toilet humor, tobacco, alcohol, and drug use) --Charles Solomon

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I love the music, the character designs and the story grows on me more and more thanks to Renton.
Brie Douglas
The clip shows are just worthless fillers, hardly worth buying, but they have their purposes on TV I suppose.
Courtland J. Carpenter
The music is...well, I listen to my copy of the soundtrack all the time when I'm going to classes and such.
Robert

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Keonyn on April 27, 2008
Format: DVD
Volume 3 definitely kicks the story in to overdrive and really starts to unveil a great deal about the goals of the Gekkostate and the military, as well as making the antagonists quite clear. The final episode of the disc also serves as not only a recap, but an introduction to some of the history behind certain story elements as well. The dream sequence is very interesting and the episode with the Coralian is one of the better episodes so far.

On a technical level this volume remains consistent with the rest. My one minor complaint is that they changed the introduction and ending song, I had grown rather fond of the previous ones and don't much care for their replacements. All in all that is just a minor issue. This is a great volume that offers action and a lot of progress with the story. Everything isn't perfectly clear just yet, but it's getting there and you'll understand quite a bit after viewing this volume.

This comes with another shirt, though this time it is a black shirt in size x-large. On the bottom corner of one side is a line art image of Eureka, with Anemone on the bottom corner of the other side. The manga included continues to disappoint me due to how much it varies from the anime in everything from style to the nature of the characters to the atmosphere.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Daine Rask on February 21, 2008
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I'll tell you: When I got the first collector Eureka 7 pack, it came with a nice, large t-shirt that fit me great, not too tight, great, average size.

So, I open up my box, excited for the next shirt... When actually what I pulled out was less of a shirt, and more of a circus tent!

Don't get me wrong, I'm not a petite guy, but I'm not HUGE. I'm average. I hope the next shirt fits more like the first.

As far as the series goes, it's simple. Everything BONES makes is gold. Period.

Emotional impact of FMA+Mecha= great series.

Characters, even side characters are fleshed out and likable. Renton's awkward crush is totally identifiable, and exceedingly funny.

The whole world is a character, even. SCUBs, trapars, and the sport of lifting make this one of the most interesting and believable worlds in my anime experiences.

GET THIS SERIES!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By L. Drexler on December 19, 2012
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Good for the price, comes with dvd, manga, shirt. However the shirt is like XXL or really big for me. But with the price its a good deal.
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This is an absolutely amazing series. The animation is gorgeous. The music is...well, I listen to my copy of the soundtrack all the time when I'm going to classes and such. The aerobatics are very well choreographed, and the dialog is at times witty, deep, emotional, and inspiring. The third episode definitely continues this trend that was established in the first five minutes of the premier episode of the series.

The first three episodes on the disc should be watched back to back if possible. They form a very intense set. I had to re-watch episodes 11 and 12 in order to really understand what the importance of the dream sequence is in episode 12. The only advice I can offer viewers is to pay attention to what the different characters say about what a Corallian is. Additionally, viewers may want to go back and review some of the material from the earlier episodes such as Dewey's conversations with the Sage Council and some of the material that discusses Scubs and tectonic disturbances. Further, episodes 11 and 12 are very intense and can be almost a visual and information overload.

I know a lot of people have been down on episode 14 because it's a clip episode, and yes it does have its purposes when airing on television. The only reason I'm probably not one of its detractors is because the episodes I saw before ordering the first disc were episodes #8, #14, #24-#27. So, the clip episode is one of the ones I remembered when I happened to see the show again about two months later.

About the extras: So far, I've not been a fan of the manga, but I love my shirts.
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