Rent Eureka Seven 5 (aka Kôkyô shihen Eureka Sebun) Online DVD & Blu-ray Rental

Rent Eureka Seven 5 (2005)

3.7 of 5 from 46 ratings
1h 36min
Upon making a shocking realization about the Gekkostate's war, Renton decides to leave the ship. He will meet a not so ordinary couple who seem to have an air of secrecy about them and seem to have served with Holland and when he was in the army...

21. Runaway
Realizing that he's killed so many people in battle, Renton is completely taken aback. To add to his distress, people on board the Gekkogo don't seem to care or want to comfort him, pushing him into leaving.
22. Krakpot
Eureka begins to realize how important Renton is to her, but her realization comes too late... Meanwhile, while wandering the land, Renton meets Charles and Ray Beams, a couple who take him in, showering the boy with affection...though the couple seems to have a terrible past...
23. Differencia
In a town subjected to terrorism, Renton and the Beams take on a mission to move a sick girl to the holy land of the Vodarak but Renton isn't willing to let the girl die...
24. Paradise Lost
With Renton now missing, Eureka is completely devastated. However, elsewhere, Renton starts to feel like Charles and Ray are his actual family - although every family has its secrets and this family has a more terrible secret than most...
25. World's End Garden
After meeting William, a young farmer, Renton learns from him on the despair sickness and the link between the pile bankers and the ground they agitate. During this, Holland searches for Renton - in the process he finds something fare more urgent and life-threatening...
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Tony Oliver
Kôkyô shihen Eureka Sebun
Beez Ent
Anime & Animation
Release Date:
Run Time:
96 minutes
English, French, Japanese
English, French
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Full Screen 1.33:1 / 4:3
  • Interview with the American voice actors
  • Textless opening and ending
  • Beez trailers

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