Blue Submarine No. 6 - Pilots (Vol. 2)
Blue Submarine No. 6 - Pilots (Vol. 2)

Blue Submarine No. 6 - Pilots (Vol. 2)

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After surviving another undersea battle with Zorndyke's forces, the crew of Blue Submarine No. 6 returns to base for repairs. While on base, Tetsu continues to display his trademark lack of concern for authority and continues to annoy Mayumi. However, during a battle planning video conference, Zorndyke breaks in with a pirate transmission, sending the human forces into a panic. What cruel fate does he have in store for mankind, and has he truly turned his back on his own people
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Product NameBlue Submarine No. 6 - Pilots (Vol. 2)
ManufacturerPioneer Video
Retail Price $19.98
Release Date1999-01-01, 2000-06-06, 2000-07-04
Actor(s)Satoru Ozawa, Blue Submarine No. 6
RatingNot Rated
Running Time30 minutes
Num. of Items1
Weight1 lbs.
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Here is what people are saying about the Blue Submarine No. 6 - Pilots (Vol. 2)
4 Star Rating  "Short but sweet" 
- Reviewed By An Amazon User from USA
I like the Blue Submarine movies but they just seem to short for the money you spend on them. I wish there were more episodes though, the story is awesome.
5 Star Rating  "Don't Hate What You Don't Understand." 
- Reviewed By An Amazon User from Auckland, NZ
Contrary to the two previous entries, I found Blue Sub 6 to have an original and well developed plot. While some areas could be better explained (the full scoop on Zorndyke's war on humanity), most questions can be answered. For instance, the ships may have RADAR, they mat not. Who knows what state of repair they are in. RADAR is also no good for underwater targets, which is where the enemy comes from. Underwater. They have Sonar, but these are living things we are talking about. No moving parts. Quiet. Or, the it might be as simple as getting caught with our pants down. Anyway, in a city covered i water, I saw no place for a RADAR site. Any JDF radar sites would have been destroyed with the tide. It might be the future, my little friend, but that does not mean advancement. Look at the Mideval era compared to Rome. If anything, there was technological regression there...thanks to the church.
5 Star Rating  "Insightful anime production" 
- Reviewed By An Amazon User
Honestly, after viewing this anime, in my opinion, this is a great anime. Back in 1998 and 1999, the technology in creating the special effects is considered as a supernova because of the impression that it led to development of similar special effects in other anime in the later years. The special effects created by computer technology is bravo. 2D and 3D can be developed harmoniously. I find the story fanastic. Solely robots or fightings can be boring in some other anime. Without the cause of the story seems vague in some other anime. Excitement is entertaining. However without the underlying meaning as a support in some other anime, the story looks dry. Blue Submarine No.6 contains lots of elements which can give something that other anime lack. Because this is the predecessor of Last Exile so the fans of Last Exile must love this anime.
4 Star Rating  "A thoughtful and exciting ride" 
- Reviewed By An Amazon User from North Potomac, Maryland
So the world is at an end due to the melting of the polar ice caps (a quite plausible scenario). A mad scientist has begun to engineer aquatic mutants for unknown reasons, and humankind is on the verge of extinction, with a last hope- a group of submarines manned by the best naval forces all over the world.

It seems a bit contrived at first, but Blue Submarine 6 engaged me in it's story far more than I thought it would. At first look, it might come off as a simple war anime series. Thankfully, the series is not as one dimensional, and far more realistic (at least in my eyes) than any far-off mecha space war (see: Gundam). The apocalyptic landscape and philosophical questions addressed were enough to hold my interest, and the jazz and blues music were a good complement to the underwater sea battles (a refreshing change from the oft-overused jpop and classical tunes of other series) as well as the more thoughtful bits.

The CGI was also done well, the animation is clean, and overall the series is worth a watch.
4 Star Rating  "Kool subs" 
- Reviewed By An Amazon User from Earth
This movie is really cool if you are a naval fan, story is a little deep but the action makes up for the slow parts.
3 Star Rating  "I just did not get into it" 
- Reviewed By An Amazon User
There was just nothing that grabbed me with this series. The graphics were fine but not exceptionel. The story was lacking the most, with nothing for me to get interested in. As a reference: I did enjoy RahXephone very much and loved Kino's Journey. This may explain why I did not get into this.
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