Strain: Strategic Armored Infantry (2006–2007)
"Sôkô no sutorein" (original title)

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Sara Werec comes from a respected military family and when her brother Ralph leaves for the front lines of an interstellar war she makes a promise to follow in his footsteps and join him ... See full summary »

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Jamie Marchi ...
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Greg Ayres ...
 Melchi (1 episode, 2007)
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Sara Werec comes from a respected military family and when her brother Ralph leaves for the front lines of an interstellar war she makes a promise to follow in his footsteps and join him one day. However the next time she sees her brother he has become a traitor and is leading an enemy attack on her training base. Defeated and disgraced, Sara loses her status in an elite military unit and now must start over as a common pilot and work her way back up so she can once again confront her brother. Written by ANN

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Character names are taken from from Frances Hodgson Burnett's novels. See more »

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Interesting ideas but some unanswered questions
23 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As something of a fan of mecha anime, I have long planned to watch this series but only recently found the opportunity. Though quite brief, only a dozen or so episodes, Soukou manages to present some nifty implications of time dilation as well as some strange concepts (like Emily and her people). Unfortunately, its short length leaves little time to explain the setting in detail and by the end many questions remain unanswered. We never learn much of anything about the Union and the Deague, for example, and many of the technologies and ideas introduced get little explanation. Some of the comedic antics also hinder the show at times, as they seem rather out of place in such a grave situation.


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