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Noein - To Your Other Self: Volume 3 (ep.11-15)


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  • Actors: Haruka Kudô, Fujiko Takimoto, Kazuya Nakai, Kouki Miyata, Saeko Chiba
  • Format: Animated, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Manga Entertainment
  • Release Date: April 17 2007
  • Run Time: 125 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B000MV8ACW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #135,815 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Oct. 25 2007
Karasu has been vowing for the last several episodes that he'll protect Haruka with his life. Now he's in a crunch.

And things take a shocking turn in the third volume of hit anime "Noein," as the Dragon Knights experience injuries and death, and the villain starts being really villainous. The last episode here is a bit anticlimactic, but the others are pure gold -- and throw us some shocking twists.

Karasu has abandoned the mission of the Dragon Knights -- to capture the Dragon Torque -- so he can protect Haruka. But now he's challenged by his oldest, closest friend, Fukurou who happens to be a future version of Isami. On one stormy night, the old friends both acknowledge that soon they'll have to fight -- and it's going to be to the death.

Then Haruka has a terrifying vision, and rushes to stop the fight between the two Dragon Knights. She stops the brutal battle that has left them both wounded, only to be interrupted by an increasingly crazed Atori. The old friends join forces to defeat Atori once and for all... only to have the malignant Noein appear.

The battle leaves Karasu horribly wounded and dying, and with no way to heal himself. Desperate to save him, Haruka enlists the help of her friends and Tobi, to take Karasu to the only place where he can be healed. But the jealous, angry Kosagi is standing in their way, determined to capture the Dragon Torque and kill Karasu.

There's another episode to the story, which has Haruka exploring her parents' divorce in other dimensions. But when she has a day out with her father, strange things begin to happen -- Karasu, Tobi, and Ryouko find a gateway into Shangri-la, and Haruka is alone with a stranger disguised as Karasu...
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Excellent Dec 6 2012
By KevinB - Published on Amazon.com
In the future a war is raging between inhabitants of alternate dimensions. Haruka and Yuu are middle school friends. The war spills over into their dimension. Soldiers tell Haruka that she has the power to end the war. The soldier that tells her this is the future version of Yuu. Dimensions are crossed and alternate versions of the characters are encountered. Can these children avoid their tragic future and change their destiny. Or will they be victims of a tragic fate.

My god this anime is good. The animation is great, the soundtrack is cool, and the characters are very compelling. Noein has a very complicated plot. Sometimes it's a little heavy, but it's great and brilliantly written. There may be a few plot holes, but it's kinda hard to pinpoint because of the story's complexity. This anime also has a lot of good drama in it. The drama keeps you interested and gives you a reprieve from the heavy and complex story.

Don't be intimidated by all the physics and theoretical supposition in this anime. Just enjoy the beautifully crafted love story. I definitely recommend Noein to any anime fan. It's amazing and a steal for the price.
To fight and to die Oct. 16 2007
By E. A Solinas - Published on Amazon.com
Karasu has been vowing for the last several episodes that he'll protect Haruka with his life. Now he's in a crunch.

And things take a shocking turn in the third volume of hit anime "Noein," as the Dragon Knights experience injuries and death, and the villain starts being really villainous. The last episode here is a bit anticlimactic, but the others are pure gold -- and throw us some shocking twists.

Karasu has abandoned the mission of the Dragon Knights -- to capture the Dragon Torque -- so he can protect Haruka. But now he's challenged by his oldest, closest friend, Fukurou who happens to be a future version of Isami. On one stormy night, the old friends both acknowledge that soon they'll have to fight -- and it's going to be to the death.

Then Haruka has a terrifying vision, and rushes to stop the fight between the two Dragon Knights. She stops the brutal battle that has left them both wounded, only to be interrupted by an increasingly crazed Atori. The old friends join forces to defeat Atori once and for all... only to have the malignant Noein appear.

The battle leaves Karasu horribly wounded and dying, and with no way to heal himself. Desperate to save him, Haruka enlists the help of her friends and Tobi, to take Karasu to the only place where he can be healed. But the jealous, angry Kosagi is standing in their way, determined to capture the Dragon Torque and kill Karasu.

There's another episode to the story, which has Haruka exploring her parents' divorce in other dimensions. But when she has a day out with her father, strange things begin to happen -- Karasu, Tobi, and Ryouko find a gateway into Shangri-la, and Haruka is alone with a stranger disguised as Karasu...

If this volume has a weak link, it would be "Memories," a slightly jarring "quiet" episode that pales besides the taut, dramatic episodes that precede it. Those ones leave you wondering just who is going to live and who is going to die, and the answers are actually pretty surprising.

There's a lot more action in this one -- Karasu and Fukurou do a lot of leaping around, stabbing, slashing, and Karasu even loses an arm. One Knight dies pretty horribly, and another gets cut to ribbons. But there are some beautiful moments as well, such as Karasu floating on a cloud of raizu particles, speaking to his dead friend.

And while there are many bittersweet moments, there are humorous interludes too. Isami provides some comic relief ("Shut up! Shut up! I can't take all this negativity!"), and there's a cute subplot about Atori -- who is now a childlike amnesiac -- bonding with Miho, whom he mistakes for his dead sister. But even in the cute moments, we don't get to forget the danger all the characters are in.

And a lot of the characters go through turning points here -- Karasu shows how strongly he feels about Haruka, Fukurou explores his childhood, and Yuu makes a life-changing decision. Haruka herself reaffirms how much she cares about Yuu/Karasu, and looks at how the other dimensions can sometimes not be too different from what she knows.

As always, the voice acting is simply magnificent, especially from Crispin Freeman -- the raw, deep vocals he uses here are perfect for the haunted Karasu. And he's backed with some great work from Eddie Frierson and R. Martin Klein, as well as Melissa Fahn and Yuri Lowenthal as the preteen leads.

The third volume of "Noein" is a taut, thrilling adventure, with a few interludes of quiet reflection. Just be prepared for a cliffhanger...


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