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Noein: Mou Hitori no Kimi e


Alternative Titles

English: Noein: To Your Other Self
Synonyms: Noein: Toward Another You
Japanese: ノエイン もうひとりの君へ

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 12, 2005 to Mar 29, 2006
Premiered: Fall 2005
Broadcast: Unknown
Source: Original
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.751 (scored by 20,479 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #9442
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #965
Members: 53,478
Favorites: 629
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Episodes: /24

Synopsis

In the near future, a violent battle takes place between the dimension La'cryma (protector of humanity) and the dimension Shangri-La, bent on the annihilation of all space-time. A group known as the Dragon Calvary is dispatched through space and time, searching for the only thing that can stop the invasion: the Dragon's Torque.

In the present, twelve-year old Haruka and her friend Yuu, are contemplating running away from home when they meet a member of the Dragon Calvary named Karasu (Crow). He believes that Haruka possesses the Dragon's Torque and claims to be Yuu from fifteen years in the future...

(Source: DVD Complete Series Box Set)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Karasu
Karasu
Main
Nakai, Kazuya
Japanese
Nakai, Kazuya
Kaminogi, Haruka
Kaminogi, Haruka
Main
Kudou, Haruka
Japanese
Kudou, Haruka
Gotou, Yuu
Gotou, Yuu
Main
Takimoto, Fujiko
Japanese
Takimoto, Fujiko
Noein
Noein
Main
Nakai, Kazuya
Japanese
Nakai, Kazuya

Staff

Akane, Kazuki
Akane, Kazuki
Director, Script, Storyboard, Creator
Aketagawa, Jin
Aketagawa, Jin
Sound Director
Kikuchi, Yasuhito
Kikuchi, Yasuhito
Episode Director, Key Animation
Yasuda, Kenji
Yasuda, Kenji
Episode Director, Storyboard, Animation Director, Assistant Animation Director


Edit Opening Theme

"Idea" by eufonius

Edit Ending Theme

"Yoake no Ashioto" by solua



More reviewsReviews

Alexius
Jun 27, 2008
After completing Noein, I was left with the sensation you rarely get after finishing a series or movie where you personally think almost every little thing was done just right. There's very little else to say to try and express my tremendous respect and appreciation for this series. I personally believe it was orchestrated magnificently and its message carried across powerfully.

Most of all, what I truly respected in this series was its character-driven action, as opposed to plot-driven action. The characters were so fleshed out and their relationships and backgrounds so completely delved into, I had grown to feel like they were real people I read more
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Isariru
Dec 24, 2007
Overall, I thought this anime was really good. It's fairly hard (for me anyway) to find an anime I really like, to where I start watching the first ep, and before I know it the suns rising and I just finished the last ep. This anime was one of the few. It's very hard to try and review this anime and not spill out any spoilers, but I will.

Story - 8

I found the story in Noein to be very entertaining, maybe thats because I just love the concept of separate dimensions, different futures with time, and quantum theories in general. This anime revolves a lot read more
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mahoganycow
Mar 28, 2013
I briefly considered starting this review by summarizing the show's plot, but it's my personal opinion that Noein should win an award for “hardest plot to summarize,” so at the risk of making an idiot of myself, I decided against it. I then considered starting by describing the concept in popular science that is behind Noein's plot, but I don't think I can really pull off the whole “Bill Nye the Science Guy” bit. He does it better. So I'll just get right down to brass tacks, and spare myself some embarrassment.

Noein definitely has a unique look to it, albeit one that's fraught with inconsistency. read more
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Master10K
Oct 25, 2007
Just like most anime series with a weird concept, this anime is very confusing to begin with. It starts of with an amazing action-sequence, in some weird world, and then it goes to the sort of world we are all familiar with, which is where most of the story takes place.

The story follows a group kids and also some adults, which are related to those kids in some way. The characters of the story are pretty stale with only a few decent ones however the main bad point is how easily the character's personalities change. There isn't much that is clearly explained and it isn't read more
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