Wishing to turn the tide of war, Guin Rhineford leads the Earth Militia into space aboard the Willghem. His hope is that a solution for the conflict might be reached once they arrive at the Moon. However, Queen Dianna's absence has caused disarray for the government she had left behind and created a power vacuum in the Moonrace leadership. Meanwhile, for the sake of his friends, Loran Cehack continues to assist Guin Rhineford by piloting the Turn A Gundam. But as his knowledge of the machine's operation grows, so too do his concerns about its terrible past recorded in the Dark History. Under what circumstances could a weapon this powerful have come to be forgotten? Contains Episodes 26-50; Special Features: 3-Part Interview with Mechanical Designer Syd Mead, Clean Opening, Clean Closing; Audio: Japanese, Subtitles: English.
From Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie, the authors behind the Stargate series, and the studio that brought you Lost Girl, comes Dark Matter, an intergalactic story of strangers chasing their pasts towards an uncertain future.Buried in the black murk of space, a stowed-away crew suddenly awakens from stasis aboard the castaway space ship known as the â€œRaza.â€ With no memory of their pasts or why they are onboard in the first place, this rag-tag crew has no choice but to roam the frontiers of the galaxy searching for answers. On their voyage they encounter rebel space armies, a zombiefied ship crew, derelict androids, and intergalactic bounty huntersâ€”all attempting to pull the team further from the truth. Even the Raza itself contains mysteries that the crew must solve. As they journey through space, these seven strangers begin to discover that the biggest obstacle standing in the way of their pasts may not be the danger waiting around every corner, but the darkness lurking within themselves.
The Gastrea virus spreads like wildfire, causing each infected host to rapidly mutate, gaining new powers and abilities with every stage of development, even while they continue to attack, kill and infect multiple new hosts. Unable to fight a pandemic enemy that turns defenders into adversaries, the shocked remnants of the human race are forced to retreat into cities surrounded by giant monoliths made of Varanium, one of the few materials that can stop the Gastrea. Now mankind's last hope lies in the Cursed Children: young girls infected with the virus who have managed to retain a hold on their humanity. Paired with a partner, they alone have the strength to take on a Gastrea in one-on-one combat. But the very thing that gives them power is a ticking time bomb, so even as they protect humanity, they are also feared and shunned. Are they Girls? Monsters? Or Mankind's Ultimate Salvation? The answer awaits as the apocalypse is unleashed in BLACK BULLET!
Aspiring duelist Yuma meets Astral, a mysterious visitor from another world, it seems like the perfect match: While Yuma requires Astral s dueling expertise, Astral needs Yuma to gather 99 Number Cards that contain his lost memories. They would be dueling s greatest tag team.... if they could only get along!Our two heroes are facing the world s most skilled duelists in the World Duel Carnival the greatest tournament in history! Yuma and Astral squeaked by the preliminaries, but they re about to face their ultimate test in the finals where unexpected new rules and devices await!
The Bible is full of exciting stories that fill children with awe and wonder. In The Biggest Story, best-selling author Kevin DeYoung shows kids how all those classic stories connect to Scriptureâ€™s overarching message about Godâ€™s glorious plan to redeem his rebellious people. Featuring beautiful illustrations adapted from the book, The Biggest Story: The Animated Short FilmÂ will captivate children as they are led on an exciting journey through the Bible in 26 minutes, connecting the dots from the garden of Eden to Christ's death on the cross to the new heaven and new earth. Narrated by the author, this imaginative retelling of the Bibleâ€™s core messageâ€”how the Snake Crusher brings us back to the gardenâ€”will teach children that God's promises are even bigger and better than we think. Includes a free digital copy Includes a free 2-sided poster Illustrations by award-winning artist Don Clark Features original music by composer John Poon