Ehrgeiz (TV)

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Alternative title:
Ehrgeiz: The Next War
Next Senki Ehrgeiz (Japanese)
Next War Chronicle Ehrgeiz
Record of Next War EHRGEIZ
ネクスト戦記EHRGEIZ (Japanese)
ネクスト戦記エーアガイツ (Japanese)
Themes: mecha
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: Earth started space colonization by creating the Next Colonies. Next later rebelled, and created the Next Government. The rebellion became a war, and the multi-purpose Metal Vehicles, MVs for short, were changed for battle purposes. Meanwhile, Terra, an Earth Rebellion force, started creating more trouble for Earth. Now, a mysterious MV-like being, S.A.C ("S" for short), is loose, and Next wants it so that they can win the war. Terra's psychic leader, Hal, has been sensing "S", and wants to know more about the power it has. The future of these three groups will be up to a bunch of outlaws who live on the abandoned Next 7 colony, though no one knows that yet...
Running time: 26 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 12
Episode titles: We have 12
Vintage: 1997-10-01 to 1997-12-24
Release dates: We have 12
Opening Theme:
"Dream Jack" by HUMMING BIRD
Ending Theme:
"One Voice for Ehrgeiz" by Mariko Fukui
Links: We have 1
Trivia: We have 4
Comment:
Not related to the SquareSoft videogame Ehrgeiz.
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Toshifumi Kawase
Series Composition: Atsuhiro Tomioka
Original Concept: et
Original Character Design: Isamu Imakake
Art Director: Tsutomi Ishigaki
Mechanical design: Takahiro Yamada

Animation Supervisor:
Akira Kasahara (Character Animation Supervisor)
Haruo Sotozaki (ep 5 & 9)
Ichizō Kobayashi (Character Animation Supervisor)
Masahiko Itoshima (ep 4 & 11)
Takahiro Umehara (Mechanical Animation)
Tetsuya Yanagisawa (ep 7 & 12)
Tomoaki Kado (ep 3 & 8)
Yoshitomo Hattori (Mechanical Animation)
Key Animation: Kou Yoshinari (ep 12)
Music Director: Kazhiro Wakabayashi
Series Planning: Atsuhiro Tomioka
Theme Song Arrangement:
HUMMING BIRD (OP)
Kazuhiro Hara (ED)
Theme Song Composition:
HUMMING BIRD (OP)
Kazuhiro Hara (ED)
Theme Song Lyrics:
Masatoshi Nishikawa (OP)
Seriko Natsuno (ED)
Theme Song Performance:
HUMMING BIRD (OP)
Mariko Fukui (ED)
Yoshiki Fukuyama (OP - Humming Bird lead vocal)
Akimitsu Takase as Operator
Chafurin as Tera Leader
Hiroshi Ito as General
Ikue Ohtani as Ann
Jouji Nakata as Camel
Junichi Suwabe as
Peace Unit Soldier
Tera Solider
Tera Solider A
Kazusa Murai as Waitress
Koji Tobe as
Announcer B
Tera Member
Kouichi Toochika as rose 2 pilot
Kyousei Tsukui as
Group Member A
operator
Transport Operator
Masamichi Sato as Gord
Migimitsu Takase as rose 1 pilot
Mitsuaki Madono as Subordinate
Mitsuo Iwata as Jay
Miyuki Ichijou as Akane
Nobuyuki Hiyama as Roddy
Nozomu Sasaki as Hal
Osamu Saka as Balzak
Shigeru Sakano as Operator
Shinji Nomura as Officer
Shiori Niwa as Announcer
Takashi Nagasako as Group Member B
Takehiro Murozono as
First Unit Commander
MV Unit One Commander
Tamio Ohki as narration
Tesshô Genda as Galbraith
Tobeko-ji as Operator 2
Toshihiko Nakajima as Captain
Tsutomu Tsuji as Peace Unit MV Commander
Urara Takano as Ken
Yasuo Tsukui as
MV Pilot
Operator
Yoshio Tsukui as Operator 1
Yuusaku Yara as Arnold
Japanese companies
Animation Assistance: Ehrgeiz
Animation Production: Studio DEEN
Broadcaster:
AT-X (1999 Re-runs)
TV Tokyo
Distributor: Bandai Visual
Music Production: Victor Entertainment
English staff
English cast
Executive producer: Ken Iyadomi
Producer: Diana Gage

Production Assistant:
Kevin Hale
Richard Noboru Kekahuna
Wendee Lee as Akane Aoi

Brent Miller as Hal
Scott McNeil as Galbraith
English companies
ADR Production: The Ocean Group
Distributor: Bandai Entertainment
Licensed by: Bandai Entertainment
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