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Dragonaut: The Resonance


Alternative Titles

English: Dragonaut - The Resonance
Japanese: ドラゴノーツ-ザ・レソナンス-

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 4, 2007 to Mar 27, 2008
Premiered: Fall 2007
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Nihon Ad Systems
Studios: Gonzo
Source: Original
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

Statistics

Score: 6.821 (scored by 19,910 users)
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Ranked: #39382
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1158
Members: 42,273
Favorites: 88
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Episodes: /25

Synopsis

Twenty years prior to the story's beginning, an asteroid headed for Earth destroys Pluto. Due to Pluto's destruction, the asteroid, which is dubbed Thanatos, becomes temporarily stagnant. Now, in order to avoid Earth's impending destruction, the International Solarsystem Development Agency (ISDA) works on the "D-Project", and creates the "Dragonaut" after finding a dragon egg under the ocean. This weapon's primary purpose is to destroy the asteroid when the time comes. However, they soon find out that the asteroid is not their only threat, as powerful dragon-like creatures, which are bent on destruction, appear on Earth.

After witnessing a murder by one of the creatures, Jin Kamishina, a lonely 18-year-old boy who lost his family in a shuttle accident two years ago, gets involved in the mysteries of the dragons and becomes the chosen pilot of the Dragonaut. Helping him on his journey is Toa, a mysterious girl who saves him from falling to his death after the creature attacks him. As they get deeper into the mysteries of the dragons, they encounter new friends and enemies, and also begin to develop a closer relationship.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Toa
Toa
Main
Chihara, Minori
Japanese
Chihara, Minori
Kamishina, Jin
Kamishina, Jin
Main
Ono, Daisuke
Japanese
Ono, Daisuke
Gio
Gio
Main
Suwabe, Junichi
Japanese
Suwabe, Junichi
MacLaine, Garnet
MacLaine, Garnet
Supporting
Hirano, Aya
Japanese
Hirano, Aya

Staff

Miyake, Masanori
Miyake, Masanori
Producer
Ono, Manabu
Ono, Manabu
Director
Tsuruoka, Yota
Tsuruoka, Yota
Sound Director
Vale, Eric
Vale, Eric
Script


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"perfect blue" by Jazzin' Park

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#1: "Rain Of Love" by Yukari Fukui
#2: "Fight Or Flight" by Yuu Kobayashi



More reviewsReviews

Wasabi
Mar 31, 2008
Dragonauts is another anime done by Gonzo. This show shows some promise, but due to certain presentation of its characters and style, it pretty much falls back quite a bit.

Story: The beginning of the show starts off with a young Kamashina Jin as he witnesses his family's deaths as their space shuttle gets blown to bits by a mysterious falling object from space. The main plot then follows an older Kamashina Jin as he gets thrust into a world of government secrets concerning "dragons", envoys sent by a living asteroid... thing called Thanatos floating around the remains of Pluto. Enter the Dragonauts, an elite team read more
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Bones
Apr 2, 2008
This show had a lot going for it: good clean animation, a range of interesting-looking characters, a reasonable story line...and dragons (because we all love dragons...well, I do)
The problems arise because all, or at least most, of this potential disappears due to a lack of following through.
The characters reveal themselves to be pretty detestable. I said they were interesting-looking, but once they started opening their mouths, well, that's a different matter. The only ones I didn't hate or at least dislike were the ones that never really had enough airtime for me to build up a dislike for them. They were mostly flat and underdeveloped read more
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Monkey_D_Luffy
Apr 5, 2008
Story:
The story starts off really giving you feel of a "saving the world" type of story. There's these people called Dragonauts who pilot dragons and are trying to save the world from Thanatos. However, this plot basically gets thrown to the side as the love story between Jin, a human (not a Dragonaut,) and Toa (a dragon.) The romance between them is okay in the beginning, but it quickly becomes so annoying and bothersome. Also, the huge twist in the plot that occurs like a little past half way through the series was a pretty dumb idea.

Art:
The artwork and animation is okay, but what really read more
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Nezon
Apr 21, 2008
Disappointing. One word to describe this series. The anime starts of well, drawing the attention of the viewers only to let us down in the end. Or should I say, from the second episode.

Story: Well, the idea of humans and dragons co-existing with each other really caught my attention. It manages to hold on to it, until everything went downhill, badly. The beginning gives the viewer a fresh feel of what to expect in the series, with an interesting plot to keep us entertained. It starts of with the protagonist being stuck on a space shuttle that is destine to be doomed, but the read more
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