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Tide-Line Blue


Alternative Titles

Japanese: タイドライン・ブルー

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 7, 2005 to Sep 29, 2005
Premiered: Summer 2005
Broadcast: Thursdays at 02:40 (JST)
Source: Original
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.781 (scored by 2,053 users)
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Ranked: #42152
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Popularity: #4096
Members: 4,664
Favorites: 7
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Synopsis

The catastrophe, "Hammer of Eden," resulted in the loss of six billion lives and the flooding of 90% of the land. The New United Nations were formed to pursue peace on the ruined lands 14 years later. Keel is a boy living in a town called Yabitsu, an area which prospered due to the energy from the nuclear generator brought by the catastrophe. His next kin, Aoi, is the secretary general of the New United Nations. She views the catastrophe as an opportunity to create a new world in which nations can help one another overcome differences in races and religions. However, her efforts to realise that vision fail because of the unwillingness of the nations to change. Gould, a military officer, feels that the only way to make an order is through the military. Using Ulysses, a nuclear submarine, along with his crew, including Keel's brother Tean, Gould carries out a coup to declare war against the New United Nations in his attack on Yabitsu.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Keel
Keel
Main
Sakaguchi, Daisuke
Japanese
Sakaguchi, Daisuke
Josie
Josie
Main
Hikami, Kyouko
Japanese
Hikami, Kyouko
Aoi
Aoi
Main
Sakakibara, Yoshiko
Japanese
Sakakibara, Yoshiko
Gould, Teen
Gould, Teen
Main
Namikawa, Daisuke
Japanese
Namikawa, Daisuke

Staff

Iida, Umanosuke
Iida, Umanosuke
Director
Yamada, Yuka
Yamada, Yuka
Script, Series Composition
Sasano, Megumi
Sasano, Megumi
Script
Suzuki, Tatsuhisa
Suzuki, Tatsuhisa
Theme Song Performance


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"Blue Treasure" by Minami Kuribayashi

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"Voice" by Tatsuhisa Suzuki




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ArtRodriguez
Mar 30, 2009
No awards for this anime anytime soon, so hey if you like obsucrity this is it.

This story's plotline is a very sturdy, but boring. After the "Hammer of Eden" hit in this anime's world the world became flooded. The world seems at peace until the Ulyses begins to strike the small island that Isla and Keel, the main characters, live in. The thing about this anime is that it's just a military drama. It's just too boring. Nothing ever really happens and when it does it's at the very end of the episode. The whole "world is split up into alliances" bit is read more
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Shuffleblade
Oct 6, 2008
Tide-Line Blue is basicly a military drama, action is included but its mostly just watching torpedoes being fired at back and forth. Therefore what really makes up this series is the characters, plot and drama.

Story:
The story is nothing great, its rather quite simple but its ingenious in its simplicity.
Simple but touching, not complex but still intriguing because of this it flows very naturaly and at a high pace which just draws you in.

Art:
I dont have much so say about this, its average, I think the characters movement and motions seem more fluent and detailed then usual otherwise its good but not great.

Sound:
Just amazing, I read more
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MiserySilverfyre
Dec 26, 2008
That was a waste of time! The story was unbelievably boring. I tuned in hoping that it would somehow get better but it did not. A lot could have been done to make it more interesting. I give this anime a 3.
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Kirin34
Mar 1, 2011
Tide Line Blue is about a kid named Keel who gets involved in a power stuggle between the New United Nations (run by his mother-in-law, Aoi) and a rebel group run by Gould (which his twin brother Tean is part of the group) in a post-Hammer of Eden world where the sea covers more of the land. As some of the other bloggers completely fell in love with the series but I don't have the same type of love for it. I felt that Keel didn't have that main character mentality about him as he didn't have a great impact on the world. He was read more
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