In a distant future, humanity once again is facing the threat of the "Shadow Angels." Mystical creatures who returned after 12,000 years of absence. They attack human cities and kidnap their inhabitants in order to drain their "prana" (vital energy). To fight against them, youngsters with special powers from around the world were gathered and trained to pilot the "vector machines," three ancient ships that together form mankind's ultimate weapon, "Aquarion." The story revolves mainly around Apollo, a teenager rumored as the reincarnation of Apolonius, a fallen angel who fought against his own kind to protect mankind. Few believe it could be true, but the fact is that despite his untamed and reckless nature, he proved to be an invaluable asset in the battle against the Shadow Angels.
Runtime: 25 minutes
Sousei no Aquarion - Media Factory - Netflix
Media Factory (メディアファクトリー, Mediafakutorī), formerly Media Factory, Inc. (株式会社メディアファクトリー, Kabushiki gaisha Mediafakutorī) is a Japanese publisher and brand company of Kadokawa Corporation. It was founded on December 1, 1986, and its headquarters are situated in Shibuya, Tokyo. It is a subsidiary of Recruit Co., Ltd. Media Factory was possibly the first anime distributor to ask for sites to not link to fansub of any anime licensed by the company. On October 12, 2011, Media Factory was purchased by Kadokawa Corporation for ¥8,000,000,000. Media Factory also has a monthly manga magazine, Monthly Comic Alive, and its own light novel imprint, MF Bunko J. Media factory is also holds the license for the distribution of The 39 Clues in Japan. Media Factory ceased being a kabushiki gaisha as well as retired the Pokémon anime series on October 1, 2013 when it was merged with eight other companies to become a brand company of Kadokawa Corporation.
Sousei no Aquarion - Magazines - Netflix
Monthly Comic Alive Monthly Comic Flapper Monthly Comic Gene
Sousei no Aquarion - References - Netflix