Groove Adventure Rave


Rave Master

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Alternative Titles

English: Rave Master
Synonyms: Groove Adventure Rave
Japanese: レイヴ

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 51
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 13, 2001 to Sep 28, 2002
Premiered: Fall 2001
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: TBS, Kodansha
Licensors: Tokyopop
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Manga
Genres: AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy, RomanceRomance, ShounenShounen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.291 (scored by 3052230,522 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #23742
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1525
Members: 81,115
Favorites: 370
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Synopsis

Fifty years ago, malevolent stones known as Dark Brings brought about the "Overdrive," a calamitous event that destroyed one-tenth of the world. In the present day, the nefarious organization Demon Card seeks the Dark Brings' power for their all but innocent intentions.

Haru Glory, a sword-wielding silver-haired teenager, inherits the title of Rave Master: the person who wields the power of the legendary Rave Stones, artifacts capable of destroying the Dark Brings. However, the many Rave Stones were scattered across the globe as a result of the Overdrive, allowing Demon Card to continue their malpractices.

Groove Adventure Rave follows Haru, his strange dog Plue, the fiery blonde Ellie, and the infamous thief Musica, as they embark on a great journey that will take them around the vast world, searching for the Rave Stones that will finally end Demon Card's injustice.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Sieghart

Supporting
Kikuchi, Masami
Japanese

Let Dahaka, Java

Supporting
Murozono, Takehiro
Japanese

Shuda

Supporting
Seki, Toshihiko
Japanese

Reina

Supporting
Yukana
Japanese

Ruby

Supporting
Suzuki, Akiko
Japanese

Staff

Watanabe, Takashi
Director, Storyboard
Matsushima, Akira
Episode Director, Animation Director, Character Design
Fukazawa, Manabu
Episode Director, Animation Director
Matsuoka, Hideaki
Episode Director, Animation Director


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Opening Theme

#1: "Butterfly Kiss" by Chihiro Yonekura (eps 1-25)
#2: "Higher and Higher" by Kumoko (eps 25-50)
#3: "Higher and Higher (Elie Version)" by Ayako Kawasumi (ep 51)
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Ending Theme

#1: "Kokaku no Yurikago" by Chihiro Yonekura
#2: "Hikousen" by Kumoko
#3: "Hikousen (Elie Version)" by Ayako Kawasumi (ep 51)



May 1, 2008
Purjoloek (All reviews)
Groove Adventure Rave is a 51-episode anime based on the manga with the same name by Mashima Hiro. It lasted between October 13, 2001 and September 28, 2002.

The genres include: shounen, comedy, action, adventure and drama.

Story: 8
Groove Adventure Rave doesn't have the most original story. It's roughly like this: Haru Glory, a 16 years old "Rave Master", must collect all five Rave-stones to prevent the world from being destroyed by the terrifying power of Darkbring, which caused Overdrive, a huge explosion which destroyed 1/10 of the world 50 years before. So, basically Groove Adventure Rave seems like your average collect-'em-all anime where the main character read more
Apr 22, 2011
spinky (All reviews)
Basically, this anime is about good vs evil like many other animes. The leading characters are Haru and Elie and Plue maybe. Haru is a boy who has left the village with his so called dog Plue to vanquish dark bring(evil stone power) which is currently in the possession of Demon Card an evil organisation.
Elie has lost her memory and she is trying to retrace her steps to get her memory back. Both characters awkwardly meet and agree to help each other out.

The drawing is not all there but the story and gags kind of help in my opinion, as you will understand once you read more
May 31, 2012
Animewolfguy (All reviews)
After seeing most of the reviews of this show, not much is explain why people love it or hate it(but mostly people love this)with the exception of one that is top rated at the moment. Here is my review of rave master and hope this is helpful to you.

Story:7/10
The story is very typical as its just a certain boy who is destine to go and stop a great evil but must collect something in order to get stronger and stop it. So why is this enjoyable? I'll tell you why its because of its back story and how the plot progresses. There is so read more
Sep 18, 2014
Flaming7s (All reviews)
Story: 8/10
The story is fairly basic: Boy must find magic stones to defeat the villain. But man, oh man, does this Anime get it right. It starts off fairly slow, but picks up real quick. It stretches out rather well over the course of all 51 episodes, and does it's job. The ending, on the other hand, does leave a bad taste in ones mouth, for reasons that should be obvious if you've seen the show.

Art: 8/10
The art is fair game for a show this old. It's old, and you can tell, but somehow, it ages well. It's got the old-school hand-drawn element to it, read more

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