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Gankutsuou Navigation menu Video[HD] Jean Jacques Burnel - We Were Lovers - [Ultimate Version] Gankutsuō ist eine japanische Anime-Serie aus dem Studio Gonzo. In Japan wurde die Serie von Oktober bis März ausgestrahlt. Die Handlung des Animes orientiert am Buch Der Graf von Monte Christo, wobei jedoch die Geschichte in das Jahr. Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo ist ein Anime des Studios»Gonzo K.K.«mit dem Hauptgenre Drama. Beschreibung: Albert und Franz sind zwei junge. Auf DVD wurde die Serie in Nordamerika von Geneon Entertainment unter dem Titel Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo auf sechs DVDs veröffentlicht. Gankutsuou 1: The Count of Monte Cristo (Gankutsuou: the Count of Monte Cristo, Band 1) | Maeda, Mahiro, Ariwara, Yura | ISBN:
Several pieces of original music for Gankutsuou were composed by Jean-Jacques Burnel , bass guitarist for the British rock band the Stranglers.
Burnel and Louie Nicastro handled instrumentation and arrangements, additional guitars were handled by Baz Warne , and vocals were provided by Burnel and Phillipa Cookman.
He worked from his own country, then sent the completed themes to Japan, where they were arranged to fit the animation and pace where needed.
Maeda initially intended the Count's character theme to be the Manfred Symphony from Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Burnel had already composed an original character theme, and the rest of the production staff successfully overruled Maeda to keep Burnel's work.
The lyrics for all songs were written by Burnel. A soundtrack album, Gankutsuou Original Soundtrack , was released on February 23, through the Victor Entertainment label Flying Dog.
Gankutsuou was first announced in March , alongside its studio, its creator, and its status as an adaptation of Dumas's novel.
The third and fourth episodes underwent slight changes in their broadcast times. Late night and afternoon repeats followed the succeeding day.
The series was released in Japan on DVD by Media Factory; the series was published across twelve volumes between February 25, and January 25, , with two episodes on each volume in addition to special features such as interviews and artwork.
The anime was first licensed for a Western release by Geneon Entertainment , which released the title on DVD with both subtitled Japanese audio and an English dub.
Gankutsuou was adapted into a manga which ran in Monthly Afternoon from May to May issues. Maeda agreed as it would potentially attract more people to the anime.
The manga used a traditional handdrawn style rather than emulating the anime's artstyle, a decision made by Maeda.
A trilogy of novelizations was released between December 25, and May 25, The novels were written by Kouyama, with cover illustrations by Matsubara.
The drama covers events supplementary to the anime relating to the Count's past and the backstories of various characters.
A stage play adaptation was announced in August and ran from December , Gankutsuou was praised when released in North America, with sources such as Anime Insider ,  DVDTalk,  Newsarama.
Reviews have generally been extremely positive. Reviews mainly focused on the visual effects of the show, both to its benefit and its detriment.
Theron Martin of Anime News Network awarded Gankutsuou Series of the Year. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo Promotional image for the series, featuring the titular Count above and Albert de Morcerf below.
Alexandre Dumas Original work Mahiro Maeda Original plan. Madman Entertainment. Anime Limited. ImaginAsian TV , Funimation Channel.
Del Rey Manga. Main article: List of Gankutsuou episodes. The art design and animation of Gankutsuou combined the style of Western Impressionist and Art Nouveau painters, the latter of which Gustav Klimt left represents a notable example, with Japanese Ukiyo-e artwork right.
King of the Cavern. Media Factory. April 22, Archived from the original on October 11, Retrieved January 27, Behind the Voice Actors. Archived from the original on February 7, Gankutsuou Website.
Archived from the original on February 4, He tries to lose himself for the night with a girl, but she suddenly pulls a gun on him.
The girl who Albert was with, Peppo, reveals herself to be a member of Luigi Vampa's gang of thieves and kidnappers. Several aristocrats ask Franz, who is at a ball, where Albert is and warn him that the streets are not safe because of Vampa.
When he attempts to return to his hostel, he is met by Rocka Buriol, the murderer who Albert pardoned, who demands fifty million ducats in return for Albert's life.
Franz desperately tries to get the money, but is unable to and resorts to begging the Count. Meanwhile, the deadline passes and Vampa's men begin to taunt and torture Albert, but Peppo jumps out to save him.
The Count arrives at Vampa's lair along with Franz and they save Albert. When Albert asks how he can repay the Count, the Count replies that Albert can introduce him into Parisian society and tells Albert to keep the pocketwatch.
He then tells Albert that Peppo is actually an effeminate boy who crossdresses , much to his shock and embarrassment.
Back in Paris, Albert heads out for a picnic with his friends. When they return to Paris, Albert attempts to introduce them all to The Count, who is immediately peppered by questions.
Robert Beauchamp, Albert's journalist friend, tries to photo and record The Count, but later realizes that nothing has been recorded.
After they leave, Albert introduces The Count to his parents. The Count then converses with General de Morcerf about his military experience.
Peppo- who is working as one of the maids in the Morcerf household taunts Albert into thinking that his mother will fall in love with the Count and he becomes fixated upon his mother's locked drawer after he sees her reminiscing over an old photograph.
Monte-Cristo Hakushaku. Jouji Nakata. Franz d'Epinay. Daisuke Hirakawa. Akiko Yajima. Giovanni Bertuccio. Kouji Ishii.
Nobuo Tobita. On the surface, it is an adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' legendary novel The Count of Monte Cristo However, it takes the classic story in a completely new and dramatically avant-garde direction.
The most obvious change is the setting. This anime isn't set in Instead, it is set in the far future of Its ending is notorious among anime fans, due to both its surreal nature and how it deviates from the novel.
After Viscount Albert de Morcerf is saved from kidnappers by the mysterious Count Of Monte Cristo, he introduces the Count to his family and friends in Paris.
But this quickly becomes his undoing. The Count is revealed to be Edmund Dantes, a sailor who was Albert's mother's first love but was implicated in a murder by Albert's father.
However, while in prison, Edmund made a deal with a demonic being called Gankutsuou. More characters. More staff. Director, Episode Director, Storyboard, Original Character Design, Key Animation.
Edit Opening Theme. Edit Ending Theme. More reviews Reviews. Jan 10, Overall Rating : Overall 10 Story 10 Animation 9 Sound 8 Character 10 Enjoyment May 10, Overall 10 Story 0 Animation 0 Sound 0 Character 0 Enjoyment 0.
Sep 24, Overall 10 Story 10 Animation 10 Sound 8 Character 10 Enjoyment Sep 16, Overall 10 Story 10 Animation 10 Sound 10 Character 10 EnjoymentSynopsis In the year , French aristocrats Viscount Albert de Morcerf and Baron Franz d'Epinay attend the festival of Carnival on the moon city of Luna. Gankutsuou, along with The Count of Monte Cristo himself, are the main antagonists of Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo. He is the demonic presence dubbed 'King of the Cave' that dwells within The Count, and is the driving force behind his revenge plot throughout the series. Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo is a science fiction anime series produced by Gonzo. An adaptation of Alexandre Dumas ' novel The Count of Monte Cristo, the episode series aired on Japanese television between October and March ; it was licensed for a Western release first by Geneon Entertainment and later by Funimation. By no figment of the imagination is Gankutsuou a true, faithful representation of Alexander Dumas's (père) masterpiece, The Count of Monte Cristo, but fortunately, it is much closer to what "O" achieved planetmut.com other thing. Gankutsuou, also known as " The King of the Cavern ", is one of two main antagonists of the anime Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo alongside the Count of Monte Cristo himself. He is the main source of power for the Count, inspiring him to move forward with his revenge plans. Andrea Cavalcanti 17 episodes, Fashion designer Anna Sui collaborated on costume designs. Maeda agreed as it would potentially attract more people to the anime.