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Blue Drop: Tenshi-tachi no Gikyoku

Blue Drop: Tenshi-tachi no Gikyoku

Alternative Titles

English: Blue Drop
Synonyms: Blue Drop: Tenshitachi no Gikyoku
Japanese: BLUE DROP ~天使達の戯曲~

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 3, 2007 to Dec 26, 2007
Duration: 26 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 6.931 (scored by 7331 users)
Ranked: #35432
Popularity: #1700
Members: 16,861
Favorites: 75
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top anime page.

Popular Tags

drama sci-fi shoujo ai yuri

Synopsis

Five years ago, something horrifying happened on Kamioki Island. Something so nightmarish that it stripped all memory from Mari Wakatake's mind even as it left every other human on the island dead in its wake! Now enrolled against her will at an isolated girl's academy, Mari is unaware that hidden eyes are watching her, waiting for her memory to return.

Buried in her psyche is the most terrifying secret of all: while Mari was the only human who lived, she may not have been the only survivor! As something in a female skin invades Kaihou Academy, Mari's only hope may lie in a strange girl to whom she is inexplicably drawn yet cannot trust.

(Source: Sentai Filmworks)

Related Anime

Adaptation: Blue Drop

Characters & Voice Actors

Senkouji, Hagino
Senkouji, Hagino
Main
Sawashiro, Miyuki
Japanese
Sawashiro, Miyuki
Wakatake, Mari
Wakatake, Mari
Main
Yajima, Akiko
Japanese
Yajima, Akiko
Kawashima, Akane
Kawashima, Akane
Supporting
Watanabe, Akeno
Japanese
Watanabe, Akeno
Tsubael
Tsubael
Supporting
Gotou, Yuuko
Japanese
Gotou, Yuuko

Staff

Nakamura, Shinichi
Nakamura, Shinichi
Producer
Tsuruoka, Yota
Tsuruoka, Yota
Sound Director
Bickham, Clint
Bickham, Clint
Script
Suara
Suara
Theme Song Performance

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Episodes  0 / 13
Aired  Oct 3, 2007 to Dec 26, 2007
Status  Finished Airing
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Mar 30, 2009 5:00 PM
quek
This animé actually has few true "plot twists" that would surprise anyone who has seen more than a few animés. But mysteries aren't everything in storytelling, what distinguishes a good story is when you know what is coming but you're still biting your nails and hoping that it does, or doesn't, happen. And this is what this animé managed to do, at least to me.

There are two parts to this animé as has been said, the high school/romance part and the sci-fi part. For those hoping for quick-ass action, avoid this title, battles are few and generally quickly over with, they often serve to increase read more
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Dec 30, 2007 6:28 PM
MrSanjuro
Blue Drop ~Tenshi-tachi no Gikoyku~ (The Angels Play) is the adaption to the manga Blue Drop (which I haven't read). One of my friends sent me a link to it, and I decided to check it out which I'm grateful for.

The greatest assets in this anime is the art. The art is superbly smooth and well done, details couldn't have been more and everything just looks so realistic. Already from the beginning you can see it, the beauty in the art. It is sparkling and dazzling and leaves a taste of wanting more.

The storyline can be a bit hard to understand first, it's more read more
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Aug 20, 2008 8:07 PM
KAMIOPPAI
The following review would never be written if it weren't for the ending...it was very touching...it brought the show to a whole different level...anyway...

Blue Drop (BD) is a combination of slice of life school drama and sci-fi water action anime. In a nutshell, BD is not meant for those who only seeks action (slice of life HINT HINT). I would say about 70% of the show is slice of life-ish and 30% action.

Story:
The story itself is pretty easy to follow. Nothing too complicated, though I didn't expect the ending to be like that... It was a bit lacking at the end though due to read more
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Jan 11, 2008 4:08 AM
Bondius
Blue Drop is one of those anime series that are good but could have used a bit more work to make them great. When it first aired, I was looking forward to this series since I'm a bit of a shoujo-ai-fan (as 80% of male anime fans) so I gave it a shot. Here are my thoughts after finishing it:

Story
The story is interesting and original, thus I gave it an 8. I would have graded it higher but there are some parts that for a shoujo-ai/sci-fi anime, it just don't add up. There were times when I would have wished a more sci-fi story than read more
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Opening Theme

"BLUE" by Suara

Ending Theme

"Tsubomi -blue dreams (蕾-blue dreams-)" by Suara

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