Ranked #5931
Aquarian Age: Sign for Evolution

Aquarian Age: Sign for Evolution

Alternative Titles

English: Aquarian Age: Sign for Evolution
Japanese: アクエリアンエイジ Sign for Evolution


Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 11, 2002 to Mar 29, 2002
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company


Score: 6.291 (scored by 2852 users)
Ranked: #59312
Popularity: #2498
Members: 8,091
Favorites: 10
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action romance


Five supernatural factions have been fighting against each other for who knows how many centuries, with the beginning of Aquarian Age always in mind. Kyouta, soon begins to see visions of mystical girls fighting, except they do exist. Soon he and his girlfriend Yoriko become involved and the battle for Earth and Aquarian Age lies in their hands.

(Source: ANN)


Episodes  0 / 13
Aired  Jan 11, 2002 to Mar 29, 2002
Status  Finished Airing
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Adaptation: Noel Evolution
Sequel: Aquarian Age: Saga II - Don't Forget Me...

Characters & Voice Actors

Kamikurata, Kyota
Kamikurata, Kyota
Tanaka, Nobuyuki
Tanaka, Nobuyuki
Sakamoto, Rumiko
Sakamoto, Rumiko
Nishimura, Chinami
Nishimura, Chinami
Sannou, Yoriko
Sannou, Yoriko
Aoki, Mayuko
Aoki, Mayuko
Itou, Mika
Itou, Mika


Kitayama, Shigeru
Oohashi, Yoshimitsu
Kojima, Tadashi
Episode Director, Storyboard
Matsuo, Kou
Episode Director, Script, Storyboard

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Dec 4, 2014
Ok I would first like to say that this anime is NOT for everyone. If you are the type to analyze the plot, logically find the character development and connect the pieces you will not enjoy this. Parts of the story and background dont make any sense, and have no explanation. On that note...

To start this anime is very slow paced. Nothing altogether plot related even happens until halfway through it, and there are constant flashes of background plot that are altogether confusing. This is the first 6 episodes in a nutshell.

The next portion is spent with actual development, things are explained and you read more
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Apr 27, 2008
I really enjoyed watching Aquarian Age. It provided a clever spin on the entertainment industry in Japan as well as the mysterious feeling that something else is going on under it all. Even though this anime series is tagged mainly as an action, there are very few times that actual physical fighting occurs,well...let me restate that. There are very few times that physical fighting occurs that you can SEE. Most of the fights take place in the blink of an eye...literally, or maybe the flash of a light. However the fighting did not draw me in, it was the struggle between Kyota and Yoko, and read more
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Mar 19, 2009
Personally, I found Aquarian Age to be extremely boring and confusing, although the 'boring' part can be accredited almost entirely to the 'confusing'. There's way too much going on in the background to make a cohesive story line. The descriptions I'd read of the anime always made it sound like this epic, earth shattering story, when really not much happens in the end. If they'd taken out all the weird supernatural aspects, I think you'd end up with a pretty average romance/drama anime. And to top it off, they never even fully explain WHY there's a bunch of weirdos with super powers going around, nor read more
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Apr 9, 2010
Nothing particulary bad here. The graphics and sounds feel quite average in all directions. The setting is a typical city and the supernatural effects and costumes are nothing great. So symbolic overtones and a few in-depth dialogues give off the sensation that the series is not completely clished. Still, there are no highly detailed or great visuals and music themes to take notice.

The leading male in the story is a typical musician / singer with the average fame of an ephemeral pop idol all around him. Unknown to him, his talent is a trigger to a future read more
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The mistic atmospher of bouth anime are fully feeling.
By the way the music was made by the same author.
Major characters involved in popular band but it drifts more to the super natural than to the music scene. 
They are both just beautifully done and Kaleido star is just a delight to watch. 

Opening Theme

#1: "Everlasting Love" by SeYUN (eps 1-12)
#2: "Awake" by Yuki Kajiura (ep 13)

Ending Theme

#1: "Prism" by T.L. Signal (ep 1)
#2: "Prism" by Miki Ashihara from Little Voice (eps 2-12)
#3: "Unseen Ties" by SeYUN (ep 13)

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