TV-14 - TV Series
Captain Earth

With memories of his father's inexplicable death haunting him, Daichi follows a mysterious rainbow and travels to Tanegashima Island to investigate. Arriving on the island with mixed emotions, Daichi runs into a boy named Teppei who asks why Daichi has returned to this island. Daichi knows he’s returned there to fulfill a promise. Now, with panic alarms sounding and an unruly force known as the Killtgang quickly approaching to attack, Daichi must suit up for the invasion.

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Episodes (25)

Episode 1: Earthengine open fire

Daichi, the son of a former astronaut to gave his life to defend Earth, finds himself in the same situation after returning to the island of his youth.

Episode 2: It's called Livlaster

Daichi learns more about his father's demise, and meets up with familiar childhood friends as his unplanned space mission comes to an end.

Episode 3: The Rainbow of Albion

The hacker who helped Daichi on his first mission introduces herself as Magical Girl Akari, daughter of the commander. Later, the same Kiltgang who killed Daichi's father launches toward Earth, giving Salty Dog a good opportunity to put Daichi in harm's way.

Episode 4: Assault of the Planetary Gear

Teppei is brought in for evaluation after suddenly summoning a Kitlgang to save Daichi. While Hana is being looked at, Daichi and Akari head to town and run into the Kiltgang operators from the moon, now earthborne and ready to start trouble.

Episode 5: Starry Sky's Picture Book

Teppei is sent on a secret mission to retrieve Eiji Arashi, who turns out to be his father. With Akari in tow, they attempt to wake him from hypersleep before a group of mercenaries get to him first.

Episode 6: Kivoto's Plan

The Kivoto's Plan is the last resort for Earth: jettison it's most important humans and let the Kiltgang devour the rest left behind in order to make them move on. With both opposing factions considering such a dangerous solution, the danger looms ever closer.

Episode 7: The Midsummer's Knights

What Kiltgang activity rising, Daichi once again takes the helm of the Earth Engine to protect the planet. Teppei seems reluctant to help when things get tricky, afraid of losing himself to the Kitlgang.

Episode 8: Sign from the Dark

Pitz has pinpointed the net appearance of a Machine Goodfellow, and the newly appointed Midsummer's Knights head to the location to investigate.

Episode 9: Magical Girl Akari-chan

Akari is kidnapped by Amarock to hack into the low orbit impactors and bring them down. Little does Amarock know, the tables are about to be turned and he has a critical choice to make.

Episode 10: On the Windy Planet

Lin has been awakened. Daichi works to stop her but it is too late, Liebam has been summoned. Can Teppei stop her in her tracks using his Nebula Engine?

Episode 11: Through the Window of Setsuna

One of six designer children, Setsuna's sole purpose is to keep Marimura young forever. Will she ever escape Marimura's lab?

Episode 12: Boys' Battlefield

Daichi is sent to an underground fighting tournament to find the last of the designer children named Baku.

Episode 13: My Town

Baku's wishes may be stronger than bullets when he saves his love Kumiko from sure death.

Episode 14: Tears of a girl through the night

Daichi learns about the feelings Hana has kept secret from him while on his day off.

Episode 15: True Self

While Hana and Setsuna flee Amara and Moco. A trap is set up to kidnap the CEO of Macbeth Enterprises.

Episode 16: Her Flare

With the backing of Macbeth Enterprises, the Planetary Gears feel empowered in their new position.

Episode 17: The Knights of Midsummer

The Midsummer's Knights worthiness is under scrutiny by an investigator from Salty Dog. Moco and Zin try to attack Earth and they commandeer the interceptors that Salty Dog Dispatched. Can Daichi and Teppei stop Moco and Zin and prove their skill?

Episode 18: Onslaught Through the Wilderness

Marooned in Australia after a botched re-entry into Earth, Daichi, and Teppei work to protect Hana from being captured by enemy forces.

Episode 19: Your Smile Means Everything

Salty Dog will stop at nothing to capture Hana and sends his unmanned Impacter to intercept Daichi and the hijacked transport ship.

Episode 20: Satelitejack

Two of the three top players in the Intercept Faction come to Tenkaido to oversee the start of Operation Summer. They are unimpressed by the young Midsummer's Knights and doubt entrusting a mission that will save the human race to children like them.

Episode 21: The Meaning of a Captain

Hirosue, who announces he is not operating on behalf of Salty Dog, has taken Hana captive and set bombs all over Tenkaido. Unfortunately for both parties however, another even bigger threat arrived on the same shuttle as he did.

Episode 22: The Operation Summer

Commence Operation Summer. The flight path of the Blume is interrupted when they are met with the resistance of the Ark Faction and their weapon the Garm Engine. Will the Blume make it to Uranus and the fortress carrier Oberon in time?

Episode 23: A Midsummer Night's Dream

Daichi gets a strange feeling while he is at a school conference with his uncle. Little does he know, he is being coaxed by the Planetary Gears to remain in a dream world. Will memories of his past and his friends bring him to his senses?

Episode 24: Auberon

The Midsummer's Knights reach the Auberon and have the Planetary Gears in their sights. The Planetary Gears recognize the fortitude of the Midsummer's Knights and decide to offer them a chance to join them. Puck however, reveals how he really feels.

Episode 25: Captain Earth

Puck intends to become the supreme leader of the all. He takes control of Blume and possesses Hana. The Planetary Gears learn that in order to stop puck they must sacrifice themselves. Daichi fights harder than ever to save Hana and end Puck.

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