Rave Master (TV)

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[ adapted from Rave Master (manga) ]

Alternative title:
Groove Adventure Rave
Rave
レイヴ (Japanese)
聖石小子 (Chinese (Taiwan))
Themes: huge swords
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Haru Glory is a boy who lives with his sister, Cattleya, in Garage Island. After fishing out a.... thing called Plue, he meets Shiba who entrusted him with Rave Stone or more known as Holy Bring. From there on, he embarks on a quest leaving his sister at Garage Island like his father who went to find Rave 15 years ago. He meets Elie, a girl who loves to gamble but has lost her memory. They met up with Musica at Punk Street. They have to eliminate Demon Card using Rave and is helped by Elie's uncontrollable Ethelion and Musica's ability of controlling silver as a Silver-Claimer. Unfortunately, they had to collect 4 more Raves in order to eliminate the mother of all dark brings, Sinclair. Together, they find out their past including Haru and Musica who both do not know their parents very well. They also find out the connection between Ethelion and Rave.
User Ratings: 845 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 36 votes (sub:26, dub:7, raw:2, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
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 Excellent: 89 votes (sub:62, dub:20, edit.dub:3, ?:1, raw:1, others:2
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1 Tagalog dubbed
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 Very good: 151 votes (sub:89, dub:50, edit.dub:3, ?:1, others:8
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1 Spanish dubbed
1 Chinese mandarin subtitled
1 French subtitled
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Italian subtitled
1 Indonesian dubbed
1 Tagalog subtitled
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 Good: 208 votes (sub:104, dub:79, edit.dub:11, raw:3, others:11
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1 Indonesian dubbed
1 Russian subtitled
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 French subtitled
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 Decent: 141 votes (dub:64, sub:64, edit.dub:6, raw:2, others:5
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 So-so: 80 votes (sub:37, dub:36, edit.dub:6, others:1
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 Not really good: 48 votes (dub:25, sub:16, edit.dub:5, others:2
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 Weak: 44 votes (dub:26, sub:10, edit.dub:5, raw:2, others:1
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 Bad: 27 votes (sub:13, dub:8, edit.dub:4, others:2
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 Awful: 14 votes (dub:6, sub:4, edit.dub:3, raw:1)
 Worst ever: 7 votes (dub:5, sub:1, others:1
1 Tagalog dubbed
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Seen in part or in whole by 2678 users, rank: #371 (of 6016)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.465 (Decent+), std. dev.: 2.0949, rank: #3535 (of 6009)
Weighted mean: 6.332 (Decent+), rank: #3785 (of 6009) (seen all: 7.00 / seen some: 5.87 / won't finish: 4.60)
Bayesian estimate: 6.348 (Decent+), rank: #3463 (of 4575)
Running time: 24 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 51
Episode titles: We have 51
Vintage:
2001-10-13 to 2002-09-28
2003-08-18 (Philippines - ABS-CBN)
2004-06-05 (USA- Cartoon Network)
2006-01-07 (Latin America)
2007-04-26 (Cartoon Network Latin America 2nd Time)
2009-03-16 (Sci-Fi Channel)
Release dates: We have 2
Opening Theme:
"Rave-olution" by Reel Big Fish
#1: "Butterfly Kiss" by Chihiro Yonekura (eps 1-25)
#2: "Higher and Higher" by Kumoko
#3: "Higher and Higher (Elie Version)" by Ayako Kawasumi (ep 51)
Ending Theme:
"The Power Of Destiny" by Jennifer Paige
#1: "Kokaku no Yurikago" by Chihiro Yonekura
#2: "Hikousen" by Kumoko
#3: "Hikousen (Elie Version)" by Ayako Kawasumi (ep 51)
Links: We have 2
Trivia: We have 7
Reviews:
Rave Master DVD 2 (Mar 17, 2005)
Rave Master DVD 1 (Nov 8, 2004)
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DVD (Region 1)
    Rave Master - Quest Begins (DVD 1) 2004-10-12
    Rave Master - The Sound of Thunder (DVD 3) 2005-01-11
    Rave Master - Release the Beasts (Dub.DVD 2) 2004-11-09 (from $12.29)
    Rave Master - Bundle (Dub.DVD 1-3) 2005-07-12
    Rave Master Mountain & Madmen (Dub.DVD 4) 2005-05-10
Graphic novel
    Rave Master - Cinemanga - The Quest Begins (GN 1) 2004-10-12
    Rave Master - Cinemanga - The Sound of Thunder (GN 3) 2005-06-07
Soundtrack
    Rave Master - Music Side (OST) 2004-12-07 (from $5.00)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Takashi Watanabe
Music: Kenji Kawai
Original Manga: Hiro Mashima
Character Design: Akira Matsushima
Art Director: Kyouko Nakayama
Director of Photography: Masayuki Kawaguchi
Producer: Kazunori Noguchi

Art Plan: Nobuto Sakamoto
Assistant producer:
Masaki Kondo
Takayuki Nagatani
Assistant recording Engineer: Takayasu Akashi
Audio Production:
Satoki Iida (Dax International)
Tetsu Hirata (Dax International)
Color Planning: Takeshi Mochida
Editing: Masaki Sakamoto
Effects: Mitsuru Kageyama
Key Animation: Hiroki Mutaguchi (eps 2, 5)
Planning Cooperation:
Masakazu Yoshimoto (Shonen Magazine)
Noriaki Matsuki (Shonen Magazine)
Takeyasu Yoshida (Shonen Magazine)
Production Coordination: Kentaro Tooyama
Production manager: Koji Iijima
Public Relations: Mizuho Tanaka
Publicity Producer: Seiji Suzuki
Recording engineer: Yasuo Tachibana
Series Supervision: Nobuaki Kishima
Special Effects: Takeshi Saito
Theme Song Performance:
Chihiro Yonekura
Kumoko (eps 26-51)
Video Editing:
Mitsue Sugihara (Tokyo Laboratory)
Youhei Yamamoto (Tokyo Laboratory)
Ayako Kawasumi as Elie
Tomokazu Seki as Haru

Showtaro Morikubo as Musica

Akira Sasanuma as Yulius
Ayako Kawasumi as Haru(Young)
Chiharu Tezuka as
Hole(ep 2)
Lasagne(Chino's mother)
Dai Matsumoto as Gou
Erika Amano as Musica(young)
Hideo Ishikawa as Schneider
Hiro Mashima as himself(ep 51)
Hiroaki Ishikawa as Puusha
Hiroomi Sugino as
Bisu
Lugas 70
Hiroshi Naka as Kam(ep 51)
Hiroshi Yanaka as Alpine Spaniel
Hitoshi Bifu as
Haja
Racas
Jin Yamanoi as Rize
Kanako Tateno as
Chino
Lillith Nina
Melodia
Katsuaki Arima as L'Tiangle
Katsuya Shiga as
Griffon Kato
Rizen
Tsuyoshi
Kazuya Ichijou as
Lance
Wonderful Gotchi(Getsupuri Leader)
Kenji Nojima as Solacido
Kouichi Toochika as
Feber
Shiba (young)
Kouji Haramaki as Assistant Director
Kousuke Okano as
Dalmation
Hebi
Nakajima
Rionette
Soleil
Mami Nakajima as Clea Maltese
Masahito Yabe as Kalen Bog(Getsupuri A)
Masami Kikuchi as Sieg Hart
Masaya Takatsuka as Franken Billy
Masuo Amada as Fua
Miki Nagasawa as Rosa
Moyu Arishima as Remi
Naoki Makishima as Gunetto
Nobutoshi Canna as Jegan
Satsuki Yukino as Cattleya Glory
Shoko Kikuchi as Sakura Glory
Showtaro Morikubo as Soldier
Souichiro Hoshi as
Blond demon
Lucia Leagrove
Souichirou Tanaka as
Belial
La Grace
Tanchimo
Takehiro Murozono as
Jade
Let
Tesshô Genda as King
Tetsu Inada as
Genma
Marcu Belunju(Getsupuri B)
Tomohisa Asou as Georco
Tomomichi Nishimura as
Narrator
Shiba (old)
Toshihiko Nakajima as
Blanc
Deerhound
Toshihiko Seki as Shuda
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Gale Glory
Yukana Nogami as Reina
Yukiji as
Plue
Ruby
Yusei Oda as Deep Snow
Yuuichi Nagashima as Musica the Blacksmith

Japanese companies
English staff
English cast
Script: Bob Buchholz
Producer: Rita Majkut

ADR Recording Engineer: Andy Reeder
Audio Mixing: Dustin Harrison
Editing: Tony Carenzo
Music Supervision: Benjamin Chan
Production manager:
Jennifer Wagner
Mutsumi Miyazaki
Roto/Paint Artist: Mychael Lederer-Morihisa
Special Thanks To: Vince Pileggi (Milano Entertainment Group)
Supervising Producer:
Maury A. McIntyre
Stuart Levy
Theme Song Composition:
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D. J. Milky
Theme Song Lyrics:
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Theme Song Performance:
Jennifer Paige (End)
REEL BIG FISH (Op)
Theme Song Producer:
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D. J. Milky
Voice Direction:
Marc Handler
Olivia Venegas
Michelle Ruff as Elie
Yuri Lowenthal as Haru Glory

Crispin Freeman as Sieg Hart
Doug Erholtz as Hedara Musica
Doug Stone as Let
Mona Marshall as Plue
Peter Lurie as King
Tom Kenny as Griff

Alan Shearman as
Narrator
Shiba
Barbara Goodson as
Chino
Fortune Teller
Bob Glouberman as
Mikan
Ruby
Bob Pappenbrook as Bis Ras
Cindy Robinson as Katelya
Crispin Freeman as Shuda
Dave Wittenberg as
Georco
Mr. Sun
Pasha
Rugar 70
Teppei
David Lodge as
Big Guard
Rear Admiral
Diz White as Computer
Dorothy Melendrez as
Claire Maltese
Rosa
Ezra Weisz as Schneider
Jeff Nimoy as
Julius Rhozen
L'Tiangle
Jessica Straus as Lilith
Joe Ochman as La Grace
Kari Wahlgren as
Isa
Remi
Kirk Thornton as Berial
Mari Devon as Lasagna
Michael Sorich as Cheeks
Michelle Ruff as Resha Valentine
Nicholas Guest as
Hebi
Rumpy
Patricia Lentz as Rionette
Paul St. Peter as Fura
Peter Spellos as Billy
Ping Wu as Solasido
R. Martin Klein as Gunnert
Ralph Joseph as Blacksmith Musica
Randall Montgomery as
Captain Pudding
Go
Nakajima
Richard Epcar as Haja
Sandy Fox as Reina(young)
Stephanie Sheh as
Harmonia
Melodia
Steve Bulen as Gale Glory
Steven Blum as
Mr. Moon
Reina's Father
Shiba(Young)
Tara Platt as Reina
English companies
Broadcaster:
AXN Asia
AXN-Asia (Asia)
Cartoon Network (Toonami, Miguzi, & regular)
Sci-Fi Channel (Ani-Monday)
Syfy (Ani-Monday)
Toonami (UK)
Licensed by: TOKYOPOP
Theme Song Recording Facility: Milano Music Studio
Translation: Visual Data Inc.
Video Post-Production Services: GrapeVine Productions
Korean staff
Korean cast
(none)
Jang Kim as Haru Glory
Yong-Sin Lee as Elie

Ja-Hyeong Gu as Musica
Jeong Hyeok as Plue

Beom-Gi Hong as Tsuyoshi
Bong-Jun Lee as Haja
Chae-Eon Han as Rosa
Choi Junyeong as Bis
Gi-Hyeon Kim as
Narrator
Shiba(old)
Gi-Hyeung Kim as
Nakajima
Shiba(young)
Gwan-Jin Kim as Franken Billy
Gyeong-Su Hyeon as
Reina's Father
Schneider
Tanchimo
Hyeon-Jin Lee as Claire Maltese
Hyo-Seon Kim as Lillith
Ja-Hyeong Gu as Soleil
Jae-Ho Choi as Yulius
Jae-Yong Lee as Slade
Jeong Hyeok as
Elie's mother
Haru
Melodia
Jeong-Eun Kim as Jade
Jeong-Ho Kim as Musica the Blacksmith
Jeong-Hwa Yang as Reina
Ji-Yeong Lee as Remi
Jong-Hwan Son as
Blanc
Deerhound
Ju Jayeong as
Emilia Raregroove
Lasagne(Chino's mother)
Ju-Chang Lee as Rize
Jun Kim as Gale Glory
Lee Jamyeong as Chino
Man-Yeong Park as
Gema
Rugas 70
Mun Gwanil as Belial
Myeong-Jun Jeong as Solacido
Seon-Hye Kim as Ruby
Seong-Heon Hong as Sieg Hart
Seong-Ho Sin as King
Seung-Uk Jeong as Lance
Sin Dongsik as Deep Snow
Sin-Jeong Han as Cattleya Glory
So-Hyeong Kim as Racas
Son Wonil as Alpine Spaniel
Wan-Gyeong Seong as Shuda
Yeong-Jae Pyo as Let
Yeong-Jun Si as Gou
Yeong-Seon Kim as Lucia Raregroove
Yong-Sin Lee as Resha Valentine
Yong-Wu Sin as
Dalmation
Mikan
Puusha
Yu-Mi Jeong as
Hole(ep 2)
Musica(young)
Sakura Glory
Yun-Seon Seo as Jegan

Korean companies
(none)
French staff
French cast
Adaptation: Laurence Duseyau
Directeur de Plateau: Julie Basecqz
Fanny Roy as Elie
Sébastien Hebrant as Haru GLory

Christophe Hespel as Hamelio Mousica
David Manet as Shuda , voleur A
Didier Colfs as Retto
Jean-Marc Delhausse as Griffo Gatô , Gô
Mathieu Moreau as Shiba, Sieg Heart , Gale Glory
Peppino Capotondi as Racasu
Philippe Allard as Sorashido , Wolf , Wada
Raphael Anciaux as Yuriusu
Robert Dubois as Blank
Tony Beck as King , Burial , voleur B

Bruno Bulte as Ours
Bruno Mullenaerts as voix additionel
Cathy Boquet as Rosa
Délphine Chauvier as Veronica
Delphine Moriau as Lisa, Lilis
Jean-Paul Clerbois as Nakajima , Arrow
Jean-Pierre Denuit as Snake , Patron
Julie Basecqz as Plue , Susan , Reina , Hamelio(enfant)
Martin Spinhayer as Billy , Guran
Patrick Brüll as Narrateur
Robert Guilmard as Lance
Romain Barbieux as Tantchimo , Mikane
Thierry Janssen as Galein Mousica , Jegan
French companies
Broadcaster:
Mangas
NT1
Distributor: Kaze
Dubbing: Mirroring
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Fabián Mejía
Translation: Carlos Galindo
ADR Script: Carlos Galindo
Ana Lucia Ramos as Ellie
Victor Ugarte as Haru

Carlos Galindo as Shadow Master
Fabián Mejía as Plue
Mariana Ortiz as
Hao
Resha Valentine
Ricardo Bautista as Let Dahaka
Roberto Carrillo as Música
Salvador Delgado as Griffon Katou

Aurora Mijangos as Remi
Daniel Lacy as Hebi
Georgina Sanchez as Hao, reina del escape
Liliana Barba as Reina
Luis Alfonso Padilla as Reina´s Dad
Mariana Ortiz as Melodía
Salvador Najar as Sieg Hart
Spanish companies
Broadcaster: Cartoon Network L.A.
Distributor: Cloverway, Inc. (Latin America)
Dubbing: Artsound Mexico
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
(none)
Raymond Dean Romano as Haru Glory

Alexx Agcaoili as
Blacksmith Musica 
Griff
Lance
Arnold Abad as King
Hazel Hernan as Elie
Tagalog companies
Dubbing: ABS-CBN
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Dubbing Director: Daniella Piquet
Fábio Lucindo as Haru Glory
Samira Fernandes as Ellie

Celso Alves as Let
César Marchetti as Sieg Hart
Marcelo Campos as Música
Tatá Guarnieri as Shuda
Yuri Chesman as Griff

Emerson Caperbat as Gale Glory
Fábio Moura as Lance
Gilberto Baroli as Raja
Guiga Lopes as
Jussara Marques as Haul
Letícia Quinto as Resha
Lúcia Helena as Reina
Luciana Baroli as RéMi
Sílvio Giraldi as Gale Pai Jovem
Suzy Pereira as Katelya
Vagner Fagundes as SoLaSiDó
Portuguese companies
Dubbing Studio: Álamo
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
(none)
Chinese (Taiwan) cast
(none)
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