Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory

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English: Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory
Synonyms: Full Metal Panic! IV
Japanese: フルメタル・パニック!Invisible Victory


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 13, 2018 to Jul 18, 2018
Premiered: Spring 2018
Broadcast: Fridays at 20:30 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Xebec
Source: Light novel
Genres: ActionAction, MechaMecha, MilitaryMilitary
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 7.591 (scored by 2863528,635 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #13142
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Popularity: #1783
Members: 80,043
Favorites: 236
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The boisterous student Kaname Chidori and soldier Sousuke Sagara are enjoying a blissful high school life. However, their peaceful days are disrupted by the threatening terrorist organization Amalgam. Leonard Testarossa, a member of the organization who possesses "Whispered," seeks to procure Kaname and her knowledge.

Kaname and Sousuke's battle against Amalgam starts right in their own neighborhood, which eventually takes them on a hunt around the world. From the exotic lands of Laos to the barren Mexican coast, Sousuke must gather intelligence to bring down Amalgam. Meanwhile, Kaname's abilities grow, but so does her frustration as her resolve withers. Caught up in an intense game of hide and seek, as well as strategic plots, the pair try to connect and push beyond their own limits.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Nakayama, Katsuichi
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard, Key Animation
Oonishi, Kenta
Episode Director, 2nd Key Animation, Key Animation
Gatoh, Shoji
Script, Series Composition, Original Creator
Izubuchi, Yutaka


Opening Theme

#1: "Even...if" by Tamaru Yamada (eps 2-3)
#2: "Even...if (English Ver.)" by Tamaru Yamada (eps 5-7, 9-12)

Ending Theme

#1: "yes" by Tamaru Yamada (eps 2-4)
#2: "yes (English Ver.)" by Tamaru Yamada (eps 6-7, 9-11)
#3: "Remained dream" by Minori Chihara (ep 8)
#4: "Tomorrow" by Mikuni Shimokawa (ep 12)

Jul 18, 2018
Stark700 (All reviews)
There’s an old phrase that goes “be careful what you wish for because you just might get it”. It’s been over a decade since Full Metal Panic aired and we got a new season at our hands. However, reviving old franchises isn’t something new these days. Just ask series like D. Gray Man and Dragon Ball. The real question is if Full Metal Panic Invisible Victory can be welcomed back like a hero.

With a new director and studio, the series felt like a breath of fresh air. Honestly, it almost felt like the series never left us despite the 13 year gap. I also confess read more
Jul 20, 2018
animejas (All reviews)
13 years. After over a decade, with thousands of anime airing and after waves of change has occured with anime and the anime industry as a whole, one of its former generation shows decided to revive itself from the dead to show up with a major bang. After so many years of people forgetting about this show, or even giving up hopes for a sequel to occur for this show, Full Metal Panic! returned from the grave to show up with no one being ready at the time to see it again.

And to no surprise at the end of things, this show never came close read more
Jul 18, 2018
Karhu (All reviews)
The love Full Metal Panic gets has always fascinated me. It's widely acknowledged among its fans that the characters deserve to be in a better series. The writing for the first 2 seasons was such a miss that you can ask any fan what their favorite episode from those were and they will name a you a filler. You know this series is peculiar when things like this can occur.

Kyoani realized --after the first cour-- that Gonzo's route is not what the fans really want, and gave us the comedic masterpiece that Fumoffu was. And now, it would seem like that will be the read more
Jul 20, 2018
Raggadish (All reviews)
After finishing the two previous seasons of Full Metal Panic! about 1,5 year ago, my hopes for a continuation was very low since the last season aired back in 2005. But surprise, surprise, here are we now 13 years later with a new fresh season and I was one of the people who got really excited about it. Actually, Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory (FMPIV) was THE show of spring 2018 I was looking forward to.

Full Metal Panic! Invincible Victory is a direct continuation of Full Metal Panic! Second Raid, and it does assume that your memory is fresh. So, I would recommend you read more

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