Elementhunters

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Elementhunters

Year 2029: Ground on the Mediterranean coast suddenly collapses. "Oxygen" had suddenly disappeared from within the crust, leaving a huge sink hole 3 km in diameter. Since thenm more and more "Elements" vanished from the face of the planet. Oxygen, carbon, gold, molybdenum, cobalt... With the elements gone, forests and fields disappeared. Buildings and ancient ruins, too. And even life itself. 60 years have passed from that day. The population is a mere 10% of what it had been at it's peek. Tireless investigation and research revealed where the elements have gone: they had flowed into another Earth, the "Negative Earth", on the other side of the dimensional wall. To save the planet, a team of "Element Hunters" is formed. Every member is a child under 13 years of age. It turned out that adults don't have the flexible brain tissue necessary to access the "Negative Earth"...
from Bandai

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Notes

Alternative Names: Element Hunters
Genre: Adventure, Science Fiction
Demographic:
The anime will be a science-fiction adventure aimed at children to teach chemical elements. The project is a joint production between Japan and Korea for both television and merchandising.

Reviews

humanbean

whoever did this sub didn't intent it to be taken seriously. It was amusing once but doesn't bear repeat viewing.

Michael Eh?

For once, a joke sub does justice to an equally joke of a premise. How one can teach science in the most un-scientific way possible is beyond me. Some how it feels like the sub, lost in translating Pocket Monsters into learning the elemental table. I cringe why this will make YTV. Perfect for Fox Kids and they can keep it.

Club Notes

Review Date: July 13 2009

External Links

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