On their journey to the Great Wall the Gekko makes a pit stop in an outpost on the borders of the Vordarac holy site. Master Norb has prepares one last challenge for the crew in an attempt to prepare them for the task that lies ahead. What exactly does Norb expect the members of Gekkostate to learn about themselves in a grueling game of soccer? The Gekkostate infiltrates the Vodarac shrine in an attempt to reunite Master Norb and Eureka's predecessor, Sakuya, so that they may guide Eureka and Renton into the Promised Land. A story of a Coralian girl, a young monk and their failed attempt to pass a barrier between worlds is revealed inside the heart of the temple. Outside, the skies are set ablaze as Dewey summons torrents of Scub Coral upon the Vodarac to halt a young couple's journey past the Great Wall. Anemone is dispatched as Holland and the Gekko try to buy the Nirvash desperately needed time so that the Great Wall may finally be breached. Once beyond, what will Eureka and Renton find in the Promised Land? Special Edition includes Eureka Seven T-shirt, Eureka Seven Gravity Boys Manga Vol. 1, Eureka Seven Vol. 10 and Collectors Art Box! Genre: Action/ Mecha/ Sci-Fi.
As the mecha
-fantasy Eureka Seven
begins building to its finale, the story grows increasingly metaphysical. Norb, the laconic monk, is calling the shots aboard the Gekkostate: even Holland listens to him. After pausing for an incongruous soccer game, the crew heads for the Vodarac temple where Eureka and Renton meet Sakuya, a Coralian who dwells within a giant lotus blossom. After conferring with Eureka, Sakuya decides the duo will be allowed to pass through the barrier of the Great Wall to the Zone and beyond: "the genuine promised land." No one seems to know what Renton and Eureka will find there, but everyone believes the fate of the planet depends on their journey. Preparations for the trip are complicated by Colonel Dewey's maniacal attempts to destroy the Coralians: he sends Dominic and Anemone in a desperate race to overtake Eureka and Renton. The Special Edition comes with a T-shirt and the first volume of Eureka Seven: Gravity Boys & Lifting Girls
, a manga by Miki Kizuki and Dai Sato that serves as a prequel to the series, the original PS2 game, and the manga by Jinsei Kataoka and Kazuma Konduo. (Rated 13 and older: violence, risqué humor, alcohol and drug use) --Charles Solomon