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Sousei No Aquarion Episode 12


This is a list of episodes of the Genesis of Aquarion anime series, produced by studio Satelight and directed by Shoji Kawamori with music compositions by Yoko Kanno. The series was broadcast in Japan on TV Tokyo between April 4, 2005, and September 26, 2005, and is available online in English on Funimation Channel.




Sousei no Aquarion Episode 12



Two pieces of music were used as opening themes, "Genesis of Aquarion" (創聖のアクエリオン, Sōsei no Aquarion) for the first seventeen episodes and "Go Tight!" for episode eighteen onwards, performed by AKINO. Three pieces of music were used as ending themes, "Omna Magni" (オムナ マグニ, "I Can Fly"), by Yui Makino, "Kōya no Heath" (荒野のヒース, "The Heath of the Wasteland"), by AKINO and "Celiane" by Gabriela Robin.


This is an Episode Guide to the 26 episode series, Genesis of Aquarion. Produced by Satelight, the series is directed by Shōji Kawamori and written by Hiroshi Ōnogi and Shōji Kawamori. The series began airing in Japan on April 4, 2005.


This is an Episode Guide to the 26 episode series, Aquarion EVOL. Produced by Satelight and 8-Bit, the series is directed by Shōji Kawamori and written by Mari Okada. The series began airing in Japan on January 15, 2012.


This is an Episode Guide to the 26 episode series, Aquarion LOGOS. Produced by Satelight and C2C, the series is directed by Hidezaku Sato and written by Jun Kumagai. The series began airing in Japan on July 2, 2015.


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No, even the "normal" animation was crap in this episode. Surprisingly bad, considering how nice the other episodes are. I wonder if they farmed it out to some other studio for the dream world sequences. It could explain why the real-world bookends don't match the rest of the series.


To me that episode is like getting an ugly person who is trying to make you feel aweful and who is trying to take the moral high ground, to look in the mirror and scrutinise themselves. Who are they really? Have they judged themselves with the same strict rules as they go about judging others through thier drawing of them to look ugly and distorted to make themself feel better? The thing I like about aquarion is it is as much about fighting those personal demons and the spiritual fight as showing one side kicking the other sides ass in a physical fight with swords, fists, arrows etc It is like the angels feed off human misery and negative emotions and get joy from it like a kid being cruel to a little insect for fun. (didn't you ever pull off a fly's wings when you were a kid? ) This attack was the kid's way of playing a practical joke and having fun by driving the characters mad. 041b061a72


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