Aura Battler Dunbine

(Seisenshi Dunbine)


Distributor: ADV Films
[Aura Battler Dunbine]
Welcome to Byston Well. The only way to get there is through the Aura Road, which few can open. Sho Zama is dragged through the Aura Road and into Byston Well, where he is to pilot a powerful robot weapon, the Aura Battler, in Duke Luft’s conquest of the planet. But when Sho realizes the danger Drake posses, can he defect to the other side in time to prevent an invasion of Earth?
TV Series: 49 episodes

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Number of Review Sites: 4
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Vol. 1 - "...Aura Battler Dunbine is much closer to being a real masterpiece."
Anime Jump! (Mike Toole) - 4 stars (out of 5)

Vol. 1 - "This is the kind of show that reinvigorates me into watching more anime, reminding me just how great a lot of this medium can be." (Chris Beveridge) - A
Vol. 2 - Read the review (Chris Beveridge) - A-
Vol. 3 - Read the review (Chris Beveridge) - A-
Vol. 4 - Read the review (Chris Beveridge) - A-
Vol. 5 - Read the review (Chris Beveridge) - B+
Vol. 6 - Read the review (Chris Beveridge) - B+
Vol. 7 - Read the review (Chris Beveridge) - A
Vol. 8 - Read the review (Chris Beveridge) - A
Anime on DVD

Vol. 1 - "The series is 20 years old but had a lot to like, in a retro sort of way, and reminded me of the original Gundam series in terms of anime style and the overall sequence of events." (Don Houston) - 3 stars (out of 5)
Vol. 2 - Read the review (Don Houston) - 3 stars (out of 5)
Vol. 3 - Read the review (Don Houston) - 3 stars (out of 5)
Vol. 5 - Read the review (Don Houston) - 2 stars (out of 5)
Vol. 6 - Read the review (Don Houston) - 3 stars (out of 5)
Vol. 7 - Read the review (Don Houston) - 3 1/2 stars (out of 5)
Vol. 8 - Read the review (Chris Tribbey) - 2 stars (out of 5)
DVD Talk

Vol. 1 - "Viewers who can keep up with the enormous cast and the labyrinthine plot may find this an interesting series." (Mike Pinsky) - 88 (out of 100)
Vol. 5-10 - Read the review (Sandra Dozier) - 80 (out of 100)
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