Action Level: 4/5
Most of the action takes place in the form of spaceship battles but it's intense nonetheless.
Romance Level: 3/5
Jinto and Lafiel haven't really gotten used to the whole relationship thing. Jinto
wants Lafiel to express some happiness at him and Lafiel seems to see him as a bother and now there are new female characters
that might change Lafiel's skin tone from albino to green. Ain't love grand? Well she does save his life so that
Comedy Level: 3/5
The funniest character in the series: Diaho the cat. He/she seems to be the only
one content with things. The humanoid characters do have their share of comic moments.
Adult Level: 2/5
Intense graphic futuristic violence. What more would you expect from Bandai?
Drama Level: 4/5
It could just be me, but I think all the characters have skeletons in their closets.
You could write a whole psychology report on these characters alone.
Overall Level: 4/5
A very in-deep and thought-provoking anime about love, war, and the ties that bind us.
If you can find it, get it, you might actually be surprised at how good it is. With a glossary of terms, a recap of
CotS, TWO textless endings and an interview with the creator, the DVD box set is well worth the expensive price.