An eerie darkness engulfs the world, purging it of sunlight. Plague and famine begin to sweep through towns and villages. Four neighboring countries turn enemy as they seek to hoard what ... See full summary »

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Jennifer Stigile ... Annette Burns (voice) (as Jenny Stigile)
John Haas ... Hugh Foster (voice)
Jackie Powers ... Monika Allenford (voice)
Dean Williams ... Viktor Hugo / Clive / Chief Spirit Master (voice)
Lisa Collins ... Yayoi Tachibana (voice)
Kathy Emma ... Raimy / Michelle Liedbulk (voice)
John Scuderi ... Vincent Kreuzweir (voice)
Keith Lack ... Randolf (voice)
Asa Spade ... Kenneth Reimon (voice)
T. Owen Smith ... Zion (voice)
Katie Staeck ... Barbara Liedbulk (voice)
Bill Collins ... President Burns (voice)
Owen McIntosh ... Renault (voice)
Blake Dorsey ... Marshall (voice)
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An eerie darkness engulfs the world, purging it of sunlight. Plague and famine begin to sweep through towns and villages. Four neighboring countries turn enemy as they seek to hoard what little provisions the dying earth can spare. In the midst of it all, a man named Slayn Wilder awakens with amnesia. As political scandal and treachery ensnare the leaders of the continent, Slayn's increasing involvement in the war effort slowly begins to gnaw away at the curtain obstructing his past, and it soon becomes clear that he will make all the difference in the fight for survival... Written by Ross Cooper

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While most of the dialogue in the North American version has been dubbed into English, Slayn and Yayoi's battle cries were left untouched. The Japanese actors who voiced these segments remain uncredited. See more »

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To Your Tomorrow
Vocals by Kathy Emma
Lyrics by Victor Ireland
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