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Last Exile: V.3 Discovered Attack (ep.9-12)

Mayumi Asano , Chiwa Saito , Eric P. Sherman , Kristi Reed    Unrated   DVD
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"Last Exile" just gets better with each new DVD release.
"Discovered Attack" offers more action, wonderful anime and information about the leading characters. We finally find out what Alvis is "carrying" deep within her little girl's soul when Lord Dio utters some strange phrase and Al begins to emit a strange white glow. It has something to do with "Last Exile". Finally, get see what "Last Exile" is.. or what we thing it is!!! Alex Rowe plays a deadly game of one upmanship with another highly interested bidder for "Last Exile". All the while, Claus and Lavie are in the race of their lives. Unbeknownest to them, they are decoys in the true race by Tatiana and Alistia. The Vanship commander and her trusted sidekick must destroy the power system of the underground city where the Vanship race is taking place. Will they succeed???
You must watch "Discovered Attack" to find out what happens to our three heroes and the others who are touched by these young people.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the great animes of all time April 26 2004
"Last Exile" has quickly become one of the great anime films. It has all the elements needed for great story telling: action, suspense, comedy, high points of triumph and low points of defeat. The characters are more like real individuals, instead of the typical anime characters. They each entice your interest in their background, emotions and secrets. The biggest question is: what deep dark secret is Alvis harboring in her simple child mind? All three DVDs of "Last Exile" are masterpieces of the anime art form. Music, artwork and story line are wonderful woven together into a mosaic.
If you are new to anime, I suggest you start with "Last Exile". There is no better example of the art form available.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful reinvention April 17 2004
This series is a pastiche of past anime elements reassembled and reinvented in a gorgeous and original way. The vanships and battleships will remind long-time anime fans of the gunships and air fleets of "Nausicaa." Not to mention a crucial image of golden fields and bright blue sky. The kid with hidden powers is a concept older than "Akira." How many times have we seen a cape-wearing captain? The omnipotent Guild (and series plot) has seen many reincarnations in SF (see "Lord of Light" by Roger Zelasny or "Archangel" by Sharon Shinn, e.g.). Having said all that, I think "Last Exile" is an addictive, engaging piece of work. The character designs, ship designs, CG sequences are simply stunning. A cut above most of the cookie-cutter stuff crowding the anime shelves. No whiny teenage characters. No one is high school uniforms. Thank the animation gods.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stunning, building tension beautifully. April 12 2004
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As with the previus volumes, the animation is beautiful. But what of the story? Well, here it takes a decidedly sharp turn towards the main storyline, which was alluded to before but never fully touched. We begin to see a bit more of the importance of the little girl known as Al. But more importantly, the character interactions continue, just as interesting as before. This third volume is very action packed, but also punctuated by a few quiet moments.
Basically, if you enjoyed the first two volumes, you will not be disappointed with this, volume 3. In fact, it's my favorite of the ones released so far!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic April 8 2004
There are 4 episodes on last exile volume 3. Calculate Alex, Swindle, Develop, and Discovered Attack.
On the episode 9, Claus and Lavie participate in an 8 hour endurance race against Dio and Luciola. Tatiana and Alister are also participating, but only because they are on a mission. While the race is taking place, Alex Row is at an auction bidding on the gateway to exile against Delphine, Dio's older sister.
Episode 10, continues with Alex losing exile to Delphine, and being pointed with a gun by Duke Knowles. Alis releases the bomb, which makes the lights go out. Claus and Lavie win the 8 hour race, and Alex escapes from Knowles. Alex later meets up with a man who tells him a mysterion. "What lies within the furthest reaches of one's memory?" After winning the race, Lavie tells Claus that she dosen't want to fly in a fighter vanship and says she'll be his mechanic instead. With the lights out and low on fuel, Claus and Lavie are unable to return to the Silvana. Dio gives them a favor and pulls them back to the Silvana where he stays, wanting to join their victory party.
Episode 11, Dio and Luciola are allowed to stay on the Silvana with the Captain's permission. Alex also recieves his 3rd Mysterion from Dio. "What lies deep within the furthest reaches of the skies?" The emperor of Anatory wants the cargo, Alvis, to be transported to Vincent Alzoy, captain of the Urbanus. The emperor also beleives his daughter, Sophia, is acting against him. Vincent calls for a meeting with Alex and Claus acts as scorting pilot with Alis as his navi. Vincent asks Alex to transport Alvis to the Urbanus and to tell him the Mysterion he learned at the auction. Alex refuses and the Silvana and Urbanus engage in battle.
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