The Full Wiki

Tide-Line Blue: Wikis

  
  

Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.

Encyclopedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tide-Line Blue
タイドライン·ブルー
Genre Science fiction
TV anime
Director Iida Umanosuke
Studio Bandai Visual
Network TV Asahi
Original run 6 July 200529 September 2005
Episodes 13
Anime and Manga Portal

Tide-Line Blue (タイドライン·ブルー ?) is a Japanese anime series by Bandai Visual and Telecom Animation Film.

Contents

Background

Tide-Line Blue is set after an environmental disaster later called the "Hammer of Eden" has submerged 90% of the Earth under water and taken six billion lives. The series begins fourteen years after that event with the new and remaining countries being brought together under the New United Nations. However, Gould, a renegade submarine captain wishes to use military force to create peace in the new world order, while Aoi, the secretary-general of the New UN, wishes to use diplomacy.

Availability

Tide-Line Blue is currently available free to Comcast cable subscribers with On Demand. It can be found under the Anime Selects portion of The Cutting Edge page. Episodes 1 through 5 ran until September 22, 2008. Episodes 8 through 13 are available to view through October 20, 2008. It is also published on DVD by Bandai Entertainment.

Depictions of technology

This series is known for being relatively realistic in its use of technology and the technical accuracy of its animation.

Episodes

# Title Original air date
1 "Spirit"
"Fujōsuru Bōrei — Spirit" (浮上する亡霊 — Spirit) 
2005-07-06
 
2 "Traitor"
"Uragirimono — Traitor" (裏切者 — Traitor) 
2005-07-13
 
3 "Dhola Vira"
"DūraBīra — DholaVira" (ドゥーラビィーラ — DholaVira) 
2005-07-20
 
4 "Share"
"Yakuwari — Share" (役割り — Share) 
2005-07-27
 
5 "Attack"
"Kōgeki — Offense" (攻撃 — Offense) 
2005-08-03
 
6 "K2"
"K2 — K2" (K2 — K2) 
2005-08-10
 
7 "Praying"
"Inori no Machi[1] — Praying" (祈りの都市(まち) — Praying) 
2005-08-31
 
8 "Reunite"
"Saikai — Reunite" (再会 — Reunite) 
2005-09-07
 
9 "The Globe"
"Atarashii Chizu — the Globe" (新しい地図 — the Globe) 
2005-09-14
 
10 "Separation"
"Wakare — Separation" (別れ — Separation) 
2005-09-21
 
11 "Battle of Metasequoia"
"Metasekoia Kaisen — Battle of Metasequoia" (メタセコイア海戦 — Battle of Metasequoia) 
2005-09-28
 
12 "Blue"
"Burū — Blue" (ブルー — Blue) 
2005-10-05
 
13 "Brother"
"Kyōdai — Brother" (兄弟 — Brother) 
OVA DVD - 2006-04-26
(released along ep. 12 as DVD vol. 7 in Japan)
 

[2][3]

References

  1. ^ The kanji is normally read as Inori no Toshi, but in this case, 都市 is read as Machi, as indicated by the hiragana in parentheses.
  2. ^ http://www.tlblue.com/chapter.html
  3. ^ http://www.bandai-ent.com/products/videoc082.html?s=137

External links








Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message