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Blue Seed

Alternative Titles

English: Blue Seed
Japanese: ブルーシード


Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 5, 1994 to Mar 29, 1995
Premiered: Fall 1994
Broadcast: Wednesdays at 18:00 (JST)
Producers: Nihon Ad Systems, Movic
Source: Manga
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.091 (scored by 7,532 users)
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Ranked: #33662
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Popularity: #2981
Members: 20,083
Favorites: 112


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Jun 25, 2008
mitamaking (All reviews)
This is my favorite anime so it may be biased.

Story: I love the story, early on the show is monster of the week but about half way through it because one straight story. It is mainly about how heritage is ignored in modern society and on this note; they never go overboard and mix in enough action that it is usually moving forwards.

Art: The show's art is a little dated and the colors seemed to be faded but monster design, animation, and the actual art, such as backgrounds and character designs were done quite well.

Sound: The score of this anime is done by Kenji Kawaii, read more
Oct 24, 2010
kanon-chan (All reviews)
Blue Seed is a work created by Yuzo Takada of 3x3 Eyes fame and anime produced by Production I.G./Movic/Ashi Productions and tells the story of 15-year-old Momiji Fujimiya, a descendant of the ancient Kushinada family, and due to circumstances is taken into protection of the TAC, a government agency that combats the Aragami, an ancient race of youkai that have awoken and are out to take over Japan. Another person, Mamoru Kusanagi, former protector of Kaede Kunikida, has defected from the side of the Aragami and becomes Momiji's protector. It turns out that Kaede and Momiji are twins separated at birth and the circumstances of read more
Jul 20, 2012
ggultra2764 (All reviews)
Blue Seed makes for a decent series, though it does have some bumps one has to get past before getting to much of the show's better stuff in later episodes. While the early episodes do their part in introducing the characters and the show's premise with Momiji being targeted by the Aragami, many of the episodes tend to follow a "monster of the day" style plot where a random Aragami is killing off parts of the human populace with Momiji, Kusanagi and the members of TAC tasked with killing off said threat. Some of the episodes do feature focus on one of the TAC members. read more
Oct 11, 2012
angelsreview (All reviews)
I loved the story. It mirror’s the real folklore even if it is in the here and now. I don’t really like Momiji much. She seems a lot like a whiny little bitch that gets what she wants. She is always getting into trouble and needing someone to save her. She does grow but I don’t think enough. I always get mixed up between the name Kushinada and Kusanagi. They are way to similar and I wish that I wish they could have changed his name so I wouldn’t have that problem. Sadly, its part of the manga as well and so it’s really Yuzo read more
Jun 1, 2012
barcaman101 (All reviews)
Blue Seed was one of the animes that helped me to leave the Tom & Jerry phase.I watched it many years ago on the old action channel{now starz action}when they had their ani-midnight anime block and this anime have stayed with me ever since.

Momiji fujimiya is an average teen that lives a fairly simple life with her mom and grandma in a small town.Ever since she was small she was constantly being told by her grandmother that it will be her destiny to save the people of japan,needless to say she never took her seriously and it was always a topic of laughter read more
Apr 28, 2013
Shura-shurato (All reviews)
This was one saturday morning anime u wouln´d miss, or for the rest of the day u were bored.And its right that a lot of ppl like this serie´s because in many ways its quite well done, good thing i rewatched it some days ago, teleporting me back to the 90´s for all i care. Mainly i like it because it starts strong & ends strong and fitting, putting a MILEWIDE smile to my face!Storywise it proresses well, untill the last 6 episodes that has the unexcpected twists and turns, but still connects to the story,and all of the madness loosed at once, handdrawn read more