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Der jährige Schüler Ayato muss mit Hilfe eines Mechas den Angriff auf seine Heimatstadt stoppen. RahXephon (jap. ラーゼフォン, Rāzefon) ist eine Anime-Serie aus dem Jahr Sie wurde als Manga, Roman und Computerspiel adaptiert, auch weitere. RahXephon ist ein Anime des Studios»BONES Inc.«mit dem Hauptgenre Actiondrama. Beschreibung: Wir schreiben das Jahr Die Bevölkerung der Welt. Ayato kann mit Hilfe der Rahxephon die Dolems zerstören. Nach dem Kampf erfährt er von Haruka, dass die Welt, so wie er sie kennt, gar nicht existiert. iprod-project.eu - Kaufen Sie RahXephon - Gesamtausgabe - günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details. RahXephon: Wir befinden uns im Tokyo des Jahres Ein ganz normaler jähriger Schüler namens Ayato trifft sich mit seinen Freunden und geht zur. Bereits 20brachte Panini "RahXephon" sowohl als Manga als auch als Anime hierzulande als DVD auf den Markt. Jetzt gönnt.
In all diesem Chaos wird der Teenager Ayato von einem geheimnisvollen Mädchen zum Kampfroboter RahXephon geführt, der nur von Ayato bedient werden. RahXephon ist ein Anime des Studios»BONES Inc.«mit dem Hauptgenre Actiondrama. Beschreibung: Wir schreiben das Jahr Die Bevölkerung der Welt. Der jährige Schüler Ayato muss mit Hilfe eines Mechas den Angriff auf seine Heimatstadt stoppen. Chiaki J. The anime series shows Megumi competing with Haruka for Ayato's affections, while this role is taken by Reika in the manga. It is several stories tall, immensely strong, and capable of unassisted flight. US DrMaster. Chris Beveridge of Anime on DVD found the final episodes beautiful Carlo Ponti in visual style and story, Prinzessin Der Tierinsel the raw emotions coming out of it, Pumping Iron Deutsch both languages". Jin Kunugi. Some Dolems are also bound to human hosts called "sub-Mulians" or "Dolem hosts" who anchor to the Dolems in the human dimension, making it possible for the Mulian controller to take over the body of the host. His assistant director, Tomoki Kyodabecame Fischerin Vom Bodensee director on Eureka Seven.
Rahxephon - TPC Media ConsultingObwohl die Serie 26 Episoden umfasst, bleibt am Schluss das Gefühl, dass die Story eigentlich noch so viel mehr hätte erzählen können. Nie zuvor habe ich ein Anime gesehen das es schaffte, mir beim Zusehen so viel zu erzählen ohne dabei immer neue Plotelemente aus dem sprichwörtlichen Hut zaubern zu müsen. März
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In the year , a mysterious organisation called "MU" suddenly attacks Tokyo. At the time, Ayato Kamina is just a regular high school student.
His father had passed away when he was young, and his mother works for the government. Ayato meets a mysterious woman named Reika Mishima and discovers the existence of the angel-winged giant robot, Rahxephon.
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The RahXephon can also attack by having its pilot—the "instrumentalist"—sing a note. This unleashes force waves that cause massive destruction.
The ultimate goal of the RahXephon is to " tune the world. The most important plot line of the series is the unusual relationship between Ayato Kamina and Haruka Shitow.
Although Haruka appears to be a stranger to Ayato at first, the series reveals that they knew each other from before the beginning of the story. Ayato is a boy who was unknowingly conceived with the help of the Bähbem Foundation living in Tokyo with his adoptive mother, Maya Kamina.
Ayato had met Haruka on a trip outside of Tokyo, and they continued to see each other when they returned to school in Tokyo. At this time, Haruka's family name was Mishima.
However, during what later became known as the Tokyo Jupiter incident, Haruka and her pregnant mother were away on a holiday trip while Ayato was caught inside the city.
Years later, after giving birth to Haruka's sister Megumi, Haruka's mother remarried and their family name became Shitow. Meanwhile, Maya modified Ayato's memories to make him forget Haruka.
The series makes clear that the entire population of Tokyo Jupiter is subject to the same kind of mental control, thinking that they are all that's left of mankind after a devastating war.
Ayato is haunted by visions of Haruka, which he manifests in his art. Ixtli , RahXephon's soul , also adopts Haruka's appearance and family name Mishima to guide Ayato, but takes a different given name— Reika.
The story begins as Tokyo comes under attack by invading aircraft while a mysterious woman, later revealed to be Haruka, stalks Ayato.
By this point, Haruka has grown considerably older than Ayato and everyone else who is inside of Tokyo Jupiter because of the time dilation.
Because of this and her now having a different last name, Ayato does not recognize Haruka and also initially does not fully trust her, but he gradually re-discovers his love for her as the series progresses, and he learns of everything that has happened.
At the end of the series, Ayato's RahXephon merges with Quon 's, allowing him to modify the past by "re-tuning the world" to make it so that he and Haruka are never separated.
In the final sequence of the series, the adult Ayato is seen with his wife Haruka and their infant daughter Quon. He is an average student, who enjoys painting and spending time with his classmates Hiroko Asahina and Mamoru Torigai.
He has affectionate relationship with his mother, strained by her long-hour work. During the sudden attack on Tokyo, Ayato hears the singing of his classmate Reika Mishima.
She leads him to a giant egg containing the RahXephon. Quon Kisaragi, a mysterious girl living with chief researcher Itsuki, seems to share some of Ayato's artistic talent.
While most characters are introduced by the end of episode 7, RahXephon continues to characters development and reveals their mysteries and relationships through heavy use of foreshadowing.
The name "Dolem" is derived from " golem ". The smaller fighters Dotem with T instead of L are designated as D2. Dolems are made of clay, like golems, but are animated by a quasi-mystical force connected to music, as most of the controlling Mulians appear to be singing.
Each D1 Dolem is bound to a Mulian who controls it. Some Dolems are also bound to human hosts called "sub-Mulians" or "Dolem hosts" who anchor to the Dolems in the human dimension, making it possible for the Mulian controller to take over the body of the host.
These bonds are so strong that destroying a Dolem can kill both the Mulian controlling it and the human host.
When destroyed, a Dolem disintegrates into blue blood and clay. RahXephon was initially produced as a TV series. A manga version, novels, soundtracks and an audio drama were published during the original broadcast.
A movie, an OVA episode, art books, and guide books were also created. Characters, mecha and story from RahXephon were featured in three video games.
Yutaka Izubuchi was a successful anime supervisor and designer focusing on costume , character and mechanical design, notably in the Gundam and Patlabor series.
His friend and former Sunrise colleague Masahiko Minami , producer and president of Bones , had suggested Izubuchi to direct something.
Izubuchi finally agreed and RahXephon became his first directing job. Izubuchi returned to the classic mecha shows of the s and s and wanted to make a show of that type updated with advances in anime production as well as adding his own personal ideas.
He wanted to "set a new standard in the field" of mecha anime  to show his "own standard" and capabilities as a creator-showrunner. After planning the story and designing characters and locations, a core group was expanded to a full production staff that completed the show, primarily working together — a departure from the trend of outsourcing anime production.
The original music, except for the opening theme, is composed by Ichiko Hashimoto ; she was initially approached to compose some of the score and replied that she wanted to compose all of it.
She also includes more mainstream jazz and orchestral music played with both acoustic and electronic instruments. A television movie version of RahXephon called Pluralitas Concentio was directed by Tomoki Kyoda , who had directed three episodes of the TV series and acted as assistant director with Soichi Masui.
Izubuchi acted as Chief Director on this movie, but was not heavily involved in its production. Most of the staff members involved with the TV series worked on the movie, and it was distributed by Shochiku.
The movie quickly reveals mysteries that were developed slowly in the TV series  and makes changes to the plot. It begins with a prologue showing previously unseen events, followed by a couple of expository scenes.
The final 30 minutes contain the most plot changes and new scenes, ending with a new epilogue. The rest of the movie consists mainly of abridged scenes from the original series, sometimes with characters replaced or with different motivations and dialogue.
The link between the Kamina and Mishima families and other storylines that were prominent in the original TV series were reduced or removed. One prominent distributor promoted the movie as an " encore "—an extra performance at the end of the series, rather than as a replacement.
The manga was illustrated and written by Takeaki Momose. With the manga Momose got the opportunity to re-design the characters into his own style and make changes in characterization and story,  as well as adding " fan service ".
The scenario of the manga adaptation is similar to RahXephon series with some minor and major differences. In the anime series, Reika is a mysterious and distant figure; in the manga Reika is a more comical figure who grew up as Ayato's adoptive sister with a darker origin.
The anime series shows Megumi competing with Haruka for Ayato's affections, while this role is taken by Reika in the manga. The rate of time dilation is also different in the manga version, as the year outside Tokyo is instead of The anime series originally aired on stations in the Fuji Television network and its affiliates, except in the Kansai region where independent UHF stations aired it instead.
According to its distributor, the series "captivated millions in Japan" and "[drew] in viewers by the tens of thousands.
Internationally, the series was translated and released on DVD. It was purchased for airing by television stations and made available on video on demand services in several countries.
The distributor claimed that RahXephon was met with "strong sales and extraordinary critical response in the U.
The series was generally well received by English-language reviewers. While some reviewers only judged the show on its own merits, others compared it with varying favor against shows such as Brain Powerd , Megazone 23 , and Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Protoculture Addicts editor Claude J. Pelletier chose RahXephon as one of the top 3 anime television series of ,  and Miyako Matsuda agreed, noting mystery, technology, and romance.
Mike Toole of Anime Jump was impressed by the music, animation and character design;  as was Protoculture's Martin Ouellette.
Chris Beveridge of Anime on DVD found the final episodes beautiful both in visual style and story, "with the raw emotions coming out of it, in both languages".
The TV movie had a more mixed reception than the TV series. Christian Nutt was not excited about the TV series but found the movie to be better: Despite "too much cutting and chopping", he wrote that "the creators have done the best they can with the material.
It's a big improvement over the TV show. Carlo Santos, writing for Anime News Network, recommended the movie both as an "endcap to a remarkable series" and as a sample for those yet to watch it.
Indeed, reviewers who were not familiar with the series complained about the movie's lack of coherence. Mitchell Hattaway of DVD Verdict "got lost about ten minutes in", considered the movie a waste of money for anybody but RahXephon completists and wrote that "Bones Animation Studio is guilty of contempt for its audience.
She called the movie "intellectually refreshing and visually beautiful" and recommended it "even to non-mecha people like me".
Eduardo M. The five-volume novelization was translated to English, but the other novels were not. This translation was marred by a lack of copy editing in the first volume, which was rated "D" by Santos.
Some reviewers and the director have compared RahXephon with other anime shows. Some of these shows also have staff common with RahXephon. The director of RahXephon has said this series is meant to be a sort of modern-day Raideen.
While some English-language reviewers did not mention the popular mecha anime Neon Genesis Evangelion in their reviews of RahXephon ,       others compared the two explicitly.
Some reviewers noted similarities between the series' protagonists and their style and execution of events. After reviewing the first five episodes, Mike Pinsky of DVD Verdict wrote that much of RahXephon was "ripped off completely" from Neon Genesis Evangelion and although finding it to be a good show, he ruled that "This Evangelion Lite tastes good enough, but is much less filling.
Some reviewers favoured RahXephon because of its more active protagonist  and clearer ending: "Like Evangelion , you have to bend and warp your brain around this thing, but unlike Evangelion, if you think about it, it all makes sense" wrote Zac Bertschy.
In contrast, Neon Genesis Evangelion ' s director stated that he did not know how the show would end,  and production was influenced by the reactions that TV executives and viewers had to previous episodes.
RahXephon actually borrows far more heavily from Megazone 23 than it does Evangelion , and even Evangelion could be said to be heavily influenced by Megazone I think that in its effort to be purely artistic entertainment, RahXephon knowingly pays homage to both Megazone 23 and Evangelion in the same way Evangelion re-uses the concept of a boy piloting his father's giant robot that was used 20 years before in Mobile Suit Gundam , which itself borrowed the idea from even older shows like Tetsujin 28 and Mazinger.
John Huxley found "several similarities" with Neon Genesis Evangelion , but wrote that there were "many, more significant differences",  and concluded that RahXephon "deserves to be recognised outside of its comparisons to a certain Hideaki Anno animation.
Some dialogue in the RahXephon anime series is reminiscent of Neon Genesis Evangelion ; for instance, protagonist Ayato's very first line in the show is "Everything is all right with the world", which closely resembles the line "All's right with the world" from Robert Browning 's Song from Pippa Passes , which serves as the motto of Eva 's secret organization Nerv.
Anno and Izubuchi, the chief directors of each show, both designed mecha appearing in Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack and they worked together on the Cutie Honey live action movie.
Izubuchi had also made some design drafts of the Evangelion units, but did not make the final designs.Die teilige Serie „RahXephon“ aus dem Hause Bones (Chaika, Eureka Seven) brilliert nicht nur durch die tiefgründige Story, sondern auch durch den. In all diesem Chaos wird der Teenager Ayato von einem geheimnisvollen Mädchen zum Kampfroboter RahXephon geführt, der nur von Ayato bedient werden. TPC Media Consulting, Anime- und Japan-Spezialist Nipponart (iprod-project.euart.de) veröffentlicht am 6. Februar die Anime-Serie RAHXEPHON.
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