Recap: Team Doberman is nearly wiped out during a crucial mission to discover the Wulgaru gate, and the world prepares for a decisive final battle.
Recap: The Wulgaru are attacking the space academy on Earth directly, and Team Rabbits are the only ones who can stop them!
Recap: Izuru starts acting strange, a possible side effect of Red-5’s Berserker mode. To make things worse, a date with Teoria is interrupted by a Wulgaru attack.
Recap: A new pilot joins Team Rabbits, and Izuru goes ballistic during a new operation.
Recap: Everybody fights. The heroes win. Who knew?
Sorry folks, the rest of the GLORIO crew is still pretty busy these days so it’s up to me to bring you guys your weekly dosage of OP/ED Op-Eds: 90s Edition. This week’s feature is a bit of a borderline case, being a 1999-2000 show, but what the hell, I’m including it anyways. Prepare your…
Recap: Everyone does a bunch of inconsequential stuff on their day off.
Recap: Turns out Commander Kugel formed a religious cult somehow and plans to blow up Gargantia.
Recap: Our heroes infiltrate the downed Wulgaru ship on Mars.
Recap: Pinion heads on the warpath with the weapons recovered from the seafloor as Ledo wrestles with the implications of what he’s done.
Recap: Teoria explains the conflicts origins to Team Rabbits as Jiart reports back to the Wulgaru commanders.
Recap: While out salvaging with Pinion, Ledo discovers the truth about the Hideauze.
Recap: Humanity licks their wounds from the Battle of Ceres while Team Rabbits learns of the Wulgaru’s true nature.
Recap: While the citizens of Gargantia mourn their Commander, Ridget tries to deal with her new responsibilities. Meanwhile, Pinion and Ledo carry through with the fleet’s separation.
Recap: We get an entire episode of nothing but action as the Battle of Ceres rages.
Recap: Ledo focuses on his mission to destroy the Hideauze, drawing the ire of the entire fleet. However, Pinion sees an opportunity…
Recap: Saki gets a Valvrave.
Recap: Both the Wulgaru and the humans prepare for the Battle of Ceres.
Ledo continues his search for work, stopping to go to a festival, ogle ladies, and kill aliens.
Recap: In the span of one episode, Valvrave manages to supersede the sheer stupidity of Code Geass and Guilty Crown combined.