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Episode 10 commentary
After an injury forces Rin to trade her stage career for college life, she finds new thrills as a member of the RideBack Club. When she discovers an unusual connection with one machine in particular – Fuego – she is forced into the middle of a revolution. The tyrannical new government rules with an iron fist, and Rin is reluctant to take them on. But as her dearest friends suffer, and the insurgency struggles to topple the increasingly powerful regime, Rin may have no choice but to gun Fuego’s engines and speed directly into the heart of the fight for freedom.
A little unexcpected mix of classical dance, mecha, bike race, which will make you love it or hate it.
Obviously, I love it. Read more
I watched this on Netflix, and it was so good I finally bought it, too!
Sci-fi/action/romance/with enough rebellion against an overbearing government to make one heck of a... Read more
The packaging and dilivery was good but the story was a little complex and hard to follow at time. I didn't remember that this also contained the blu- ray dvds which is usally more... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Hanna Stone
Ballet and mecha. . .alot of emotionally detached characters, but otherwise an enjoyable anime. Crotch rockets with arms. . . Read morePublished 23 months ago by J3F
Surprisingly great, short but sweet anime. The theme of a injured ballet dancer who rediscovers art within her symbiosis with a Rideback vehicle Fuego. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Fred
I enjoyed this Anime until I got to the middle to the end. It was disappointing. I like the concept of how the girl who is a ballet dancer finds her step with the rideback. Read morePublished on January 6, 2013 by ZB
Just wished it was a longer running series! Great story and animation - but the story definitely didn't end, so it basically leaves you hangingPublished on November 26, 2011 by Tyson Hollins