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 »
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 »
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.
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.
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.
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 »
A beautiful abortion of a movie, best buried and forgotten.
Lushly animated epilogue to the series (which has, thankfully, since been retconned), featuring the Saints facing off against Moon Goddess Artemis. Would have been better off without at least half an hour of its running time; and, stripped of any interesting enemies to fight, the rather creepy religious fanaticism of Seiya and co toward their goddess, Athena, is uncomfortably prominent. To top it all off, it concludes on a decidedly undecided note, leading one to lament one's lost ninety minutes. Ah, well: at least Seiya doesn't spam the crap out of his Ryu Sei Ken attack, this time, so gratitude for minor mercies, and all that...
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