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Over 400 teenagers are stranded without adult supervision aboard a prototype space battleship after their astronaut training school is sabotaged by an outside group. Full summary »
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 (Series Cast) (in credits order)
Tetsu Shiratori ... Koji Aiba (voice)
Sôichirô Hoshi ... Yuki, Aiba (voice)
Houko Kuwashima ... Aoi Hosen (voice)
Tomokazu Seki ... Ikumi Oze (voice)
Sakura Tange ... Kozue Izumi (voice)
Rei Sakuma ... Naya (voice)
Kyôko Hikami ... Juli Bahana (voice)
Nobuyuki Hiyama ... Airs Blue (voice)
Rikako Aikawa ... Faina S Shinozaki (voice)
Omi Minami ... Pat (Patrick) Campbell (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Michael Adamthwaite ... Fu Namuchai (voice: English version)
Nicole Bouma ... Cafeteria Girl, Dicastia Crewmember (voice: English version)
Alaina Burnett ... Ran Luckmolde (voice: English version)
Sean Campbell ... Kevin Green (voice: English version)
Alexandra Carter ... Aoi Housen (voice: English version)

Mike Coleman ... Chic Craate (voice: English version) (as Michael Coleman)

Richard Ian Cox ... Gran McDaniel (voice: English version) (as Richard Cox)

Anna Cummer ... Cafeteria Girl, Dicastia Crewmember (voice: English version)

Trevor Devall ... Saboteur, Analyst (voice: English version)

Brian Dobson ... Instructor, Berkovich's Aide (voice: English version)

Michael Dobson ... Mars Fleet Commander, Analyst (voice: English version)
Alex Doduk ... Charlie (Good Turtleland III) (voice: English version)
Brian Drummond ... Instructor Campbell / Doctor (voice: English version)

Daniella Evangelista ... Elina Rigby (voice: English version)
Andrew Francis ... Airs Blue (voice: English version)
Ron Halder ... Conrad Viscuess (voice: English version)
Pam Hyatt ... Captain Of The Dicastia (voice: English version)

Sarah Johns ... Discipline Officer (voice: English version)

Gabe Khouth ... Kreis Morate (voice: English version)
Tyronne L'Hirondelle ... Berkovich (voice: English version)
Jocelyne Loewen ... Kozue Izumi (voice: English version)
Scott Logie ... Analyst (voice: English version)
Dane MacFahden ... Brian Brab Jr. (voice: English version)
Danny McKinnon ... Pat Campbell (voice: English version)
Keith William Miller ... Eins Crowford (voice: English version) (as Keith Miller)
Duncan Minett ... Saboteur, Radan (voice: English version)
Vanessa Morley ... Michelle Cay (voice: English version)

Kirby Morrow ... Yuki Aiba (voice: English version)
John Murphy ... Captain Of The Impulse (voice: English version)
Richard Newman ... Instructor, Executive (voice: English version)
Pauline Newstone ... Discastia XO (voice: English version)
Maggie Blue O'Hara ... Cullen Lucciora (voice: English version)
Alison Raine ... Carabona Guinea (voice: English version)

Russell Roberts ... Analyst (voice: English version)
Tony Sampson ... Ryu Gil (voice: English version)
Kelly Sheridan ... Juli Bahana (voice: English version)
Matt Smith ... Stein Heigar (voice: English version)
Tabitha St. Germain ... Criff Gray (voice: English version)
Chantal Strand ... Neya (voice: English version)
Brad Swaile ... Koji Aiba (voice: English version)
Bill Switzer ... Ikumi Oze (voice: English version)

Reece Thompson ... Nicks Chaiplapat (voice: English version)

Lee Tockar ... Lead Revolutionary (voice: English version)
Andrew Toth ... Radan's Follower (voice: English version)

Sam Vincent ... Lucson Houjou (voice: English version)
Sanders Whiting ... Rally (voice: English version)

Chiara Zanni ... Faina S. Shinozaki (voice: English version)
Sylvia Zaradic ... Reiko Ichikawa (voice: English version)

Directed by
Goro Taniguchi 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Yôsuke Kuroda  screenplay
Yôsuke Kuroda  story
Yuichiro Takeda  screenplay

Produced by
Fukashi Azuma .... producer
Fumikuni Furusawa .... producer (as Bunbo Furuzawa)
Kazunori Takashiro .... producer
Original Music by
Katsuhisa Hattori 
Cinematography by
Hisao Shirai 
Art Direction by
Shigemi Ikeda 
Art Department
Masashi Ikeda .... storyboard artist
Masaki Kitamura .... storyboard artist
Akihiko Nishiyama .... storyboard artist
Kunihisa Sugishima .... storyboard artist
Goro Taniguchi .... storyboard artist
Eiji Yamanaka .... storyboard artist
Kazuo Yamazaki .... storyboard artist
Takeshi Yoshimoto .... storyboard artist
Yoshimitsu Ôhashi .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Yasuo Uragami .... sound director
Animation Department
Hisashi Hirai .... character designer
Kimitoshi Yamane .... mechanical designer
Editorial Department
Leland Miller .... video post-production
Other crew
Rob Bakewell .... voice director (English version)
Kazuhiko Ikeguchi .... planner
Yutaka Izubuchi .... design associate
Shinichirô Kobayashi .... planner
Masayuki Nakura .... sub mechanical designer
Toru Nozaki .... special concept
Tatsuya Suzuki .... design associate

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Also Known As:
"Infinite Ryvius" - USA (dubbed version)
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According to the still pictures that are shown following each episode's ending credits, the name "Ryvius" (pronounced "rih-vye-us") can be taken as shorthand for a number of different phrases; among these are "reveal us", "revile us", "revise us", "revisit us", and so on.See more »
[the Liebe Delta station starts shaking unexpectedly]
Koji Aiba:An earthquake?
Ikumi Oze:We're in *space*, remember?
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10 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
"Lord of the Flies" meets "Lost In Space", 28 March 2005
Author: Perdicus ( from CT, USA

It is the year 2225 A.D., and the solar system has become a much more dangerous place as a result of the "Gedoult" phenomenon, a natural disaster which has made interplanetary travel extremely hazardous. A group of roughly 400 teenagers boards the Libe Delta Astronaut Training Center, in orbit around the Earth. But the Libe Delta is hiding a deadly secret, and the students are swept up in a storm of sabotage and treachery.

Forced to abandon the Libe Delta, they find themselves aboard the "Ryvius", the most advanced warship ever built, hidden within the core of the station itself. Now this intrepid group of young space explorers must face the ultimate challenge: survival.

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"Mugen no Ryvius" (or "Infinite Ryvius", if you will) is a brilliant, underrated piece of animation from TV Tokyo and Sunrise, Inc. A group of unruly (albeit highly educated) teenagers is set loose on a super-powerful warship with no adult supervision, and the ship's creators aren't helping any. "Lord of the Flies" meets "Lost In Space", indeed! Great music, a terrific ensemble cast, and plenty of action. My rating: 8/10 (points off for overuse of teenage angst).

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