Geisters - Fractions of the Earth (TV)

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Alternative title:
Guystars - Fractions of The Earth
ガイスターズ (Japanese)
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: A meteorite collision plunged Earth into apocalypse, and the remnants of humanity went in two different directions to survive. The aristocratic Dobias headed into space, while the earthy Shioru went underground. Centuries later, they returned to Earth's surface and are now fighting for control of the planet—that is, when they're not busy fending off a new species of predators known simply as Creatures.
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 26
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage: 2001-10-06 to 2002-03-30
Release dates: We have 16
Opening Theme:
#1: "Hold On" by Wild Peach (eps 1-13)
#2: "Wings" by Yumena Yokosuka (eps 14-26)
Ending Theme:
"True Answer" by Joelle
Korean/Japanese co-production based on a game by Frame Entertainment. Character design and 2D animation were done in Japan, while the 3D animation, background animation and mechanical design were done in Korea.
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DVD (Region 1)
    Geisters: Fractions of the Earth (DVD 1) 2004-06-01 (from $23.98)
    Geisters: Fractions of the Earth (DVD 2) 2004-10-19
    Geisters: Fractions of the Earth (DVD 3) 2005-01-11
    Geisters: Fractions of the Earth (DVD 4)
    Geisters: Fractions of the Earth (DVD 5)
    Geisters: Fractions of the Earth (DVD 6)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Kōji Itō (eps 9-26)
Sumio Watanabe (eps 1-8)
Naruhiko Adachi (Other eps)
Tokiko Inoue (10 episodes
eps 4, 6-7, 10-11, 15, 18-24 even

Storyboard: Kōji Itō
Music: Kenji Kawai
Chief Animation Director: Kenichi Imaizumi
Mechanical design: Kōji Itō
Sound Director: Yuko Suzuki
Director of Photography: Hideo Okazaki
Eiji Kanaoka (TV Osaka)
Kazunori Takagi (Yomiko)
Masaru Umehara (Plum)
Takumi Ogawa (Groove)

Planning: Akira Narisawa (Groove)
Series construction: Naruhiko Adachi
Sound Effects: Mutsuhiro Nishimura
Theme Song Arrangement: Kaoru Okubo (OP1)
Theme Song Lyrics: Yumena Yokosuka (OP2)
Theme Song Performance:
Joelle (ED)
Wild Peach (OP)
Yumena Yokosuka (OP2)
Daisuke Gouri as Ranbalt Fides
Hiroshi Matsumoto as Leon Wiltos
Hiroshi Ohtake as Karakal Shamarel
Hisao Egawa as Urba Shamarel
Katsuyuki Konishi as Victor Tekius
Kouichi Toochika as Alkion Farmer
Mari Yokoo as Inamura Juno
Masayo Hosono as Chris Wester
Ryuji Mizuno as Soja
Tomoe Haugaki as Shai Tanna
Tomokazu Seki as Dean Honos
Tomoko Shiraishi as Eleshia Yun
Yumiko Watanabe as Piira
Japanese companies
Animation Cooperation: Artland
Backgrounds: Studio Fuga
Broadcaster: TV Osaka
In-Between Animation: Echo Films
Photography: AMGA
Production Cooperation: Groove Corporation
Sound Production: Zack Promotion
English staff
English cast
Director: Anthony Gentile
Executive producer: James Veronico
DVD Menu Design: Roger Hendrick
Recording engineer:
Jerry Yager
Matthew Burton
Ellen Shanman as Chris Vesta
Mark McDaniels as Victor Decius
Matt Long as Dean Hanos
Tesha Buss as Shai Tanna
Topher Lee as Alcion Fama

Aaron Brown as Edmonster Melona
Ellen Shanman as Lab Assistant
Jeremy Benton as Eplos Vebona
Josh Kline as Neftus Sarakia
Laura Marks as Inana Juno
Matt Rockman as
Leon Willdous
Reuben Kahn as
Col. Lanbolt
Magnus Sol
Walpa Shamarel
Steven Harris as Norman Vesta
English companies
ADR Production: Anime Crash
Licensed by: Anime Crash
Mastering: Video Transfer
Recording Studio: AG Studio
Korean staff
Korean cast
Director: Jang Jong-Geun
Jeong-Mi Bae as Chris Wester
Jeong-Sin Wu as Shai Tanna
O Sehong as Victor Dekius
Wan-Gyeong Seong as Alkion Fama
Won-Hyeong Choi as Dean Honos

Lee Yeongran as Peela

Choi Seongwu as Inana Juno
Eun-Suk Park as Elecia Juno
Gwon Hyeoksu as Walpa Shamarel
Hyeon-Jik Kim as Colonel Lanbolt Fides
Kim Gangsun as Karakal Shamarel
Seong-Ho Sin as Leon Willdous
So-Ra Park as Marie
Korean companies
3d Animation: Frame Entertainment
Background Animation: Frame Entertainment
Mechanical Design: Frame Entertainment
Original story: Frame Entertainment
German staff
German companies
Kazé Germany (now)
German cast
Dutch staff
Dutch companies
Cover Design: Léon van Hooydonk
Distributor: PALLAS Entertainment
DVD Authoring: PALLAS Entertainment
Translation: PALLAS Entertainment
Dutch cast

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