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Aoi Blink
AoiBlink.JPG
Kakeru and Blink
Genre Literary Adaptation, Animation, Anime, Fantasy, Science Fiction
TV anime
Director Osamu Tezuka
Writer Osamu Tezuka
Takashi Yamada
Studio Tezuka Productions
Network NHK General TV
Original run 7 April 198916 March 1990
Episodes 39
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Aoi Blink or Blue Blink is a sci-fi anime series created by Osamu Tezuka. The anime is based from classic film Konjok-gorbunok by Ivan Ivanov-Vano[1]. The film in turn is based from Pyotr Pavlovich Yershov's The Little Humpacked Horse.

This was Tezuka's last anime series[2]. Osamu Tezuka died while this series was in production. The studio completed the production according to his plans[1].

Contents

Plot Summary

The story opens with the meeting between our hero, Kakeru, and a mystical pony named Blink. Kakeru saves Blink from a thunder shower and in gratitude, Blink tells him that if he is ever in trouble, all Kakeru needs to do is call out his name and he will appear. At the end of the summer when Kakeru returns home, his father, a writer of children's stories, is kidnapped. Kakeru, weeping, calls out Blink's name and, as promised, Blink immediately appears, and the two set out on the trail of Kakeru's father[2].

Episode List

Episode Title
1 A Departure Toward the Faraway Future
2 The Secret of "Gray Farm"
3 The Hostage in Rose Mansion
4 The Tilted Ivory Castle
5 Monster Dogizura in Yellow Fortress
6 Strange Fruit in Blue Town
7 Crash! Moss Green Car Race
8 The Tempting Island: Cobalt
9 A Country of Fighters: Red Ball
10 The Mysterious Forest Sepia
11 The City of the Three Primary Colors: Terrace
12 Heart Stealers of Purple Town
13 The Fortress Train in Brown Town
14 Children's Town, Rainbow Town
15 The Light Ark of Gold Valley
16 The Town of Fortune-Telling: Mint Green
17 Milky White: The Secret of the Temple in the Air
18 Will It Bloom?: The Flower of Dark in Emerald Forest
19 To The Dark River! The Mysterious Ultra-Marine Plain!!
20 Animal Paradise: Harpy Green
21 Yellow Oaker: The Town With No Greenery or Flowers
22 The Plane of Love! Fly in the Persian Blue!!
23 The Legend of Davies Gray! Blink Turns into a Fossil!!
24 Submarine City: The Mermaid Princess of Pearl Muu
25 Blink Disappears in Opera Town
26 Revive! The Hotaru Butterflies of Scarlet River
27 Mystery! The Castle of Adventures, Indigo
28 Love Again! Fierce Fight in the Wine Red Sea
29 Enemy or Friend? The Detective of Orange Stone
30 Find the Key of Truth! The Remains of Dark Purple Lake
31 Gold Amber Valley
32 The Upside Down City, Sky Blue
33 Meeting Again! Mother and Child in the Dark Jail
34 Lonely Kakeru! The Nightmare of the Dark Sea!!
35 The Strongest Soldier: Black Warrior
36 To the Dark Castle! Face Up with Courage
37 Prince Horo: The Bronze Trap
38 Gross Castle in Light and Darkness
39 Goodbye to the Endless Journey and Blink

Original Cast

Additional Cast

Music

Title English Title Performer Description
Hitomi no Naka no Mirai The Future in Your Eyes[3] Yoko Minamino[4] Opening Song
Makenaide, Yuuki Defeat, Evoke[3] Shinobu Nakayama[4] Ending Song

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Richard Llewellyn (2007-07-01). "Aoi Blink". Animated Divots. Richard Llewellyn. http://www.animated-divots.com/aoi-blink.html. Retrieved 3 January 2009.  
  2. ^ a b "Aoi Blink (Series)". The Big Cartoon DataBase. http://www.bcdb.com/cartoon/58693-Aoi_Blink.html. Retrieved 3 January 2009.  
  3. ^ a b "Aoi Blink". Animelyrics.com. http://www.animelyrics.com/anime/aoiblink. Retrieved 3 January 2009.  
  4. ^ a b "Aoi Blink (TV)". Anime News Network. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=1159. Retrieved 3 January 2009.  

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Gaming

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Aoi Blink

Developer(s) Hudson Soft
Publisher(s) NEC
Release date PC-Engine:
April 27, 1990 (JP)
Genre 2D platformer
Mode(s) Single player
Age rating(s) N/A
PC-Engine
Platform(s) PC-Engine
Media HuCard
PC-Engine
Input Turbo Pad
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough



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