Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Xam'd: Lost Memories 亡念のザムド (Bōnen no Zamudo)



Description: 

Sentan Island exists in a state of dreamlike tranquility, surrounded by the Yuden Sea, cut off from the war between the Northern Government and the Southern Continent Free Zone. Akiyuki Takehara lives on Sentan Island along with his mother Fusa. Despite his mother's strained relationship with his father, Ryuzo, the town doctor, the bond between father and son remains strong.

One day the island's tranquility is shattered, when Akiyuki, along with his best friends Haru and Furuichi, are caught up in an explosion on a school bus. The explosion produces a mysterious light which enters Akiyuki's arm. With no time to understand what has happened, Akiyuki is transformed into a creature called Xam'd. As Xam'd, Akiyuki uses his newfound powers to fight off monstrous invading forces to save Haru, only to be stopped by a mysterious girl who offers him a choice: come with her and live, or stay and turn to stone. Accepting her offer, Akiyuki embarks on a journey of discovery that will take him to new lands, and help him understand the connection between himself and the world of Xam'd.


Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, Romance, Sci-Fi, Mutants, Shapeshifting, 
              Superpowers, War, Mecha, Military, Action 


Episode: 26

Original Run: July 16, 2008 – February 3, 2009


1. Shut Up and Explore                                                 [First Opening]
2. Back On My Feet                                                        [Second Opening]
3. Vacancy                                                                        [First Ending]
4. Just Breathe                                                                [Second Ending]
5. Over U                                                                           [Third Ending]
6. Zamudo no Tēma ~Gen ni Ichisoe no Omoi~      [Insert 26]


Manga: Bounen no Zamned: Junreisha no Compass
Published: December 9, 2008 – July 26, 2009
Volume: 1


































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