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  • Escaflowne Volume 4 [DVD] [2001] [NTSC]
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Escaflowne Volume 4 [DVD] [2001] [NTSC]

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Escaflowne: It's Got It All 23 Feb. 2001
By sayermyst - Published on
Format: DVD
Since it's short-lived airing on Fox Kids (which I watch only for anime)I've been hooked on "Escaflowne". Thus far I've purchased half of the Escaflowne dvds. I can honestly say that not only does it have an amazing plot and characters you'll enjoy familiarizing yourself with, but this series offers a story that the majority of people cannot resist. Being a well-rounded person when it comes to anime and story lines in general, I find myself able to fully appreciate the variety of excellences intertwined within this series. For the person who can't resist a complicated and intense plot, this is a perfect anime. Romantics will find that there are numerous relationships in progress (even to the point where one can get frustrated with the characters). Of course, there are plenty of fighting scenes for people who have a taste for the complications of war, and also animations that further urge one to relate with a person in the story for those of us who like seeing all types of beautiful characters. And I can't forget the fantastic world of Gaea for those who adore fantasy/medieval ages. If anyone is interested in enjoying this series, I highly suggest the purchase of an uncut dvd or video cassette, so as to prevent cheating yourself of the true essence of this wonderful anime.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
"It's all to make us shine..." 8 May 2003
By Marc Ruby™ - Published on
Format: DVD
Duke Freid has returned to Godashim to find that his country is the next target of Zaibach. Faced with the inevitable, he asks Alan Shezar join with him. These two and Escaflowne must face the Four Demon Armies of Zaibach - some 55,000 men and 10,000 Guymelefs (war robots) - an overwhelming force. All of this to fulfill Folken's plans to gain control of the treasure of Freid - the power of Atlantis.
Hitomi is in crisis. Because of her peering into the grim future, she is plagued by memories of her horrid visions and refuses to help Van. The Prince without a country becomes determined to do for himself what Hitomi has taught him, with unexpected and nearly disastrous effects.
Who is the mysterious ruler of Zaibach, who complains that a dragon is keeping him from seeing the future in his Destiny Prognostication Engine. Now we find that he is an old man, once come from earth, but his agenda - is it really the conquest of all Gaea?
This is the turning point in the series. There can be no question at the end of this DVD that this is more than just another struggle between the forces of good and evil. The care that is taken to fill out each character and make fabulous kingdoms come alive makes this a drama that is far more believable than its fantasy setting.
Each episode offers something new, a piece of history, a new character like Dryden the trader, the strange Ispano people who made Escaflowne. This is one of those cases where anime shows its ability be the equal of film in drama and quality.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Escaflowne pleases again 16 Dec. 2002
By dExtrosien - Published on
Format: DVD
This series is quite a amazing. If you can sit down and watch through the entire series over a couple of days with someone else who enjoys it I promise you won't be disappointed. This volume offers some answers, some new questions and some amazing fights. If you liked the first 3 volumes or even some of them you won't be disappointed.
keep the faith,
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Simply Stunning... 28 April 2001
By lasher - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The amazing thing about Escaflowne is that just when you think it can't possible get any better it does. With each subsequent volume the story gets more involved, the characters become more flushed out, and the stakes higher than ever before.
We begin to realise more and more Hitomi's role against the Zaibach Empire, the origins of Escaflowne, and best of all the juicy details of Allen's past and how they effect the present and future of all those involved. I was stunned by the level of intensity displayed in this volume of episodes. Definately worth every penny.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Beautiful Power 2 April 2001
By lenap83 - Published on
Format: DVD
This anime becomes more enthralling and complicated the longer you watch. In this volume there seems to be a slight transition in Hitomi's view of Gaea. We see more of the culutres and magic of Van and Allen's world, and the stakes become higher as Hitomi becomes closer with her new friends. I love the new character Dryden who's so three dimensional for a more "minor" type character who only shows up half-way through the series. Plus, the Club Escaflowne sections on the DVD's are so funny even if they do have spoilers. This series is excuted so perfectly that the only thing wrong with it is that we have to wait until April 3 for the next installment! (Even the dubbing is pretty good all things considered, as long as you get the uncut version. It seems stupid to cut up this masterpiece especially considering how carefully they portray everything.) Just buy it if you haven't already. Even my brother loves this series, and nice boy though he is he's still very much your stereotypical male. I.e. the only other anime he really likes to watch is Dragon Ball Z ^_^. Something for everybody here, and even parents shouldn't mind this one.
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