Eris, the goddess of chaos, uses the body of Elien, Hyoga's friend, to revive herself. She obtains the Golden Apple of Discord in order to drain Athena's power, make herself complete and bring chaos to the world.
Hades is planning to take over the world, to achieve that goal, he sends out deceased Gold Saints to take Athena's head. Seiya and the other Bronze Saints come to help but their help isn't ... See full summary »
A group a young warriors known as 'Saints', each in possession of a 'cloth' guarded by a different constellation, must protect the reincarnation of the goddess Athena as she attempts to keep the Earth from being destroyed by evil forces.
Abel the resurrected Sun-God has come to take her sister Athena with him and rule the world together, he plains to destroy humanity in the form of terrible natural disasters, Athena chooses... See full summary »
Warriors called "Saints" are the champions of hope who have always appeared since the Age of Myth whenever evil threatens the world. In this present day story, many years since the long ... See full summary »
Story of the Holy War taking place in the 18th century, 250 years before the original Saint Seiya series. It centers on the fight between Tenma, one of the 88 Saints following Athena, and Alone, the reincarnation of the God Hades.
The twelve Gold Saints sacrificed their lives to destroy the Wailing Wall. Our heroes, the Bronze Saints now face the deepest of Hades, Elysion, where they must face The Twin Gods before they can approach Hades himself.
The Greek gods are real and are still fighting each other in the present. Eris, the goddess of chaos, possesses young Star Children Academy employee and Hyoga's love interest Eri, to revive herself. Her plan is simple - get the Golden Apple of Discord, use it to drain the goddess Athena of her immense power and bring chaos to the world by resurrecting five evil godlike Ghost Saints to ally with her. Hyoga and his friends, Athena's mighty warriors known as Bronze Saints, who wield magic and use technology, must stop her.
There is an error in the moment when Seiya is using the Sagitarius Cloth and aiming to Eris with the gold arrow. The error consists in this: in less than one second, it's seen that Seiya's arm is wearing the arm protector of the Pegasus Cloth. See more »
I can't believe she went somewhere with her horse's leg broken...
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I have been a Saint Seiya fan since my childhood, being one of the first anime series that I've seen in my life. Sadly, none of the movies based in that series could match the same level of epicness and fun that the original Saint Seiya had, having all those movies a very interesting premise, but a very poor and predictable development.
This movie was the first one to introduce the predictable pattern followed by the other "Saint Seiya" movies: A new enemy appears, the new enemy kidnaps the goddess Athena/Saori; Seiya and company went to fight against this new enemy and they battle separately the minions of this new enemy, Andromeda Shun can't fight alone, so he has to be saved by his brother Phoenix Ikki, and at the last moment, when everything seems lost, Seiya uses the Sagittarius Gold Cloth to defeat the new enemy, and Athena and the World are saved. The end.
The most disappointing part is that all those movies start in a very interesting or promising manner, with lots of potential to develop a new and interesting story, but all that potential is wasted in order to follow the formula which I previously described.
There is almost no participation of the secondary characters, only the main heroes and the new enemies introduced for the movie, which sadly doesn't get a very well development since their screen time is way too short and their participation in the story is rushed and forgettable.
In the good side, the music is excellent as always, the designs and the animation were pretty good and the action scenes were decent. Too bad that the plot was so incredibly shallow to make appreciate those virtues.
I only recommend this short movie to the fans of Saint Seiya, since it does have very little interest to anyone else.
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