Stellvia 1: Foundation I

Stellvia 1: Foundation I



Nearly 200 years after an exploding supernova devastated planet Earth, the only thing that stands between an even more deadly "second wave" and the total destruction of mankind is a 15-year-old computer genius whose dreams of space travel are about to come true in this release from Genon Entertainment. All four episodes are presented in 1.33:1 full-frame and offer audio rendered in Japanese Dolby Digital Stereo with optional English subtitles. Extra features include a non-credit opening sequence.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/21/2004
UPC: 0013023233492
Original Release: 0000
Rating: NR
Source: Geneon [Pioneer]
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:40:00

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening [2:50]
2. Part A [9:01]
3. Part B [10:02]
4. Ending [1:10]
5. Preview [:30]
6. Opening [2:00]
7. Part A [10:06]
8. Part B [9:46]
9. Ending [1:10]
10. Preview [:30]
11. Opening [2:00]
12. Part A [9:17]
13. Part B [10:35]
14. Ending [1:10]
15. Preview [:30]
16. Opening [2:00]
17. Part A [9:15]
18. Part B [10:38]
19. Ending [1:09]
20. Preview [:31]

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Stellvia 1: Foundation I 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a wonderful anime. If any of the Gundam series takes too much of a toll out of your brain than this is definitely the anime for you. It's funny, and moves at a well enough pace. However, Now and then it seems to move too fast and then at other times it'll leave you growling "Get to the point already!” The characters are all very likeable and the plot almost never disappoints... accept the ending... the ending was absolutely terrible. It didn't leave the audience feeling fulfilled, but extremely confused or disturbed. Over all Stellvia is a must have and highly recommended to be watched in Japanese with English subtitles. The Japanese cast really brings out the rich texture of the characters with their amazing voice talents... where as the English dub can sound extremely annoying at times. The best part about it is that it comes with three to four episodes on one disc so you don’t have to feel like your cramming the whole series into your brain at once. You can really take it at your own pace. Enjoy Stellvia of the Universe. It’s worth every penny!