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Captain Earth: Collection 2 (2015/Sentai Blu-ray)


Picture: A Sound: B+ Extras: C Episodes: A-



As the battle for Earth continues, new truths and revelations will come to light. As the Kill-T-Gang gather their forces, they take control of the world controlling conglomerate Macbeth Enterprises. As Daichi, Teppei, and Hana continue to thwart their schemes, Daichi must face his and Hana's growing feelings toward each other, but even a greater revelation is what ARE children and where do their superpower abilities come from?


As Macbeth Enterprises/Global/Ark/Salty Dog Factions show their true colors that they are no more than a puppet governments controlled by the Kill-T-Gang. Every weapon technology advancement Macbeth Enterprises have for the 'sake' of humanity is about them wanting a monopoly in the weapons market. They fail to realize anything with greed, profit is already under enemy control. Daichi and the Midsummer's Knight discover a larger revelation that they are the next stage of human evolution and maybe closer to the Kill-T-Gang species than human.


Captain Earth: Collection 2 (2015) is your typical boy in mecha who is destined to save the world. He finds out he has be chosen to become the Earth's protector and is joined by friends and aliens who also share his feelings. It is too bad the government doesn't feel that way, while claiming to they are saving humanity they build doomsday weapons to attack the very ones who are trying to saving the planet. In truth, the government is evil, caring more about saving themselves and their profit than the people.


The 1080p 1.78 X 1 digital High Definition image is just outstanding throughout with solid performance all around, while the lossless DTS-HD MA (Master Audio) 2.0 Stereo is strong along with it, making one want a 5.1 mix just to get all the sound out of the soundtrack. Extras include clean opening and closing animations and trailers.



Episodes include...


A Maiden's Tear that Sparked Through the Night - Daichi and Hana get a night to themselves.


True Self - Afraid of what Daichi might learn about her origins, Hana runs away.


Her Flare - Hana realizes Daichi knew along about her and is able to activate her own Livlaster.


The Knights of Midsummer - The Midsummer's Knight prove why unmanned mecha are not more superior when they can be hacked and taken over by the enemy.


Onslaught Through the Wilderness - The Ark Faction tired of be not being in control decides to assassinate Daichi, Teppei and kidnap Hana if they can't control them.


Your Smile Means Everything - Even after being ambushed the Midsummer's Knights must find an escape transport to escape the Salty Dog Faction, but they still have to face their killer unmanned drone.


Satellitejack - Salty Dog, the hound of the Ark Faction threaten to destroy space station and kill all the people on board if they don't hand over Hana.


The Meaning of a Captain - Daichi must make a hard decision, can he make sacrifices to save the Earth?


The Operation Summer - Daichi, Teppei, Hana and Akari take the interstellar spaceship to save the Earth, but the Ark Faction would rather kill them than loose control of the ship.


A Midsummer Night's Dream - Daichi gets trapped in a dream world, but can he wake up to reality?


Auberon - Daichi leads an attack on the Kill-T-Gang's base Oberon.


Captain Earth - Daichi faces Pac (Puck), Robin Goodfellow, the rogue A.I. that has taken over everything.



- Ricky Chiang


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