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Divergence Eve


Alternative Titles

Japanese: ダイバージェンス・イヴ

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 2, 2003 to Sep 24, 2003
Premiered: Summer 2003
Broadcast: Wednesdays at 10:00 (JST)
Studios: Radix
Source: Original
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

Statistics

Score: 6.081 (scored by 2,637 users)
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Ranked: #65002
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Popularity: #3321
Members: 7,822
Favorites: 4
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Episodes: /13

Synopsis

In the 24th Century, Intergalactic Space Travel has become a reality. One of the first outposts in the far reaches of space is WATCHER'S NEST - an inflation hole drive portal - which has recently come under attack by a mysterious force known simply as GHOUL... A group of young female cadets assigned to the portal are unexpectedly thrown into a hornet's nest of trouble as they finalize their training to become an elite pilot in the Seraphim Squadron.

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Characters & Voice Actors

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Kakazu, Yumi
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Frail, Luxandra
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Takagi, Reiko
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Takagi, Reiko
Marialate, Kiri
Marialate, Kiri
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Mizusawa, Fumie
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Ertiana, Lyar von
Ertiana, Lyar von
Supporting
Kiuchi, Reiko
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Kiuchi, Reiko

Staff

Macek, Carl
Macek, Carl
Producer, Script, ADR Director
Negishi, Hiroshi
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Director
Abe, Masashi
Abe, Masashi
Episode Director
Yamashita, Toshinari
Yamashita, Toshinari
Storyboard, Character Design, Key Animation


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"Nine Inch Nails" by Yousuke Houga

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"Pump Up!" by Nao Nagasawa




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SamildanachEmrys
Feb 19, 2008
Now here's an oddity. I've yet to see another series that mixes two conflicting extremes in quite such an inexplicable manner. Allow me to elaborate.

A serious, gritty science fiction horror. A touch of space exploration, but mainly based in one frontier space station. A mildly convoluted, dense plot that's initially baffling but gradually clears while continuing to raise mysteries along the way. A touch of chronological confusion, with the first episode being set after most of the rest of the series. Some intrigue, some bleakness and paranoia, some strangeness and just a touch of the disturbing.

With an almost all-female cast who all have read more
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SymphoniacTippy
May 17, 2016
Hello everyone, here's your friendly and happy girl RedHero speaking, here to review this anime series that... I don't even know what to even give this show credit for. The only thing I can give this series credit for is the fact that its so terrible, that even calling this series the word "shit" is a prime insult to every shitty anime available in the same exact medium. It's a series that I wasn't really expecting it to be too bad, considering that not that many people complained except for a few friends of mine nearby, that have experienced it. I thought they were overreacting read more
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TemplarXIII
Feb 23, 2008
If you have contemplated on viewing this anime, a major caveat would be, avoid this anime and look elsewhere. Unless, you like extreme fan service than this may catch your fancy; however, you will lose interest regardless. The plot is very thin and will leave you at times confused and uninterested. Character designs are nothing to complain about, but the gravity-defying breasts distract you from taking the series seriously. To an extent the characters are one-dimensional, even the main protagonist, misaki is explored profoundly in the series, but I just couldn't emphatize with the character; thus I couldnt really connect.

The CG Mech battles were read more
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ktulu007
Aug 26, 2015
Divergence Eve aired in 2003. It was created by Tsukumo Takumi and produced by Radix before the studio shut down in 2006. I don't know what to expect from it. I've never reviewed a Radix work before. The only Radix production I'm even vaguely familiar with is Amazing Nurse Nanako and, I have to say, that does not inspire confidence. But that also came out three-four years before this one and most studios have their good and bad moments. So, let's see if Divergence Eve is worth looking into.

Story:

We open with a group of buxom women, and one flat-chested android, being briefed before getting sent read more
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