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ADV Films said the series was one of their bestselling and "most notorious" releases of Elfen Lied takes place in Kamakura and Kanagawa , and focuses on the "Diclonius", a newly mutated species.
Their appearance is similar to humans, but with several differences, namely horn-like protrusions on the forehead and the presence of telekinetic invisible arms called "Vectors".
One such Diclonius, Lucy , is the main character of the series: Initially held in a facility built for experimentation, located off the coast of Kamakura, she manages to escape and wreak havoc, but is injured in the process, an event which causes her to develop a secondary, childlike personality known as Nyu.
Lucy is found by two locals, Kouta, who studies at the local university, and his cousin Yuka. They take her in, and become involved with the numerous, often brutal, attempts to recapture her by a Special Assault Team and a number of other Diclonius, who shift frequently from oblivious to murderous.
Much of the plot of Elfen Lied revolves around the Diclonii species, which strongly resemble humans; the only obvious difference is the two horn-like protrusions extending from the Temporal bone and Parietal bone regions of the skull.
Diclonii powers involve the use of invisible arms, known as "vectors", that can grasp and impact things as if they are solid, but also become insubstantial and pass through objects.
They can slice objects as well, which is how Diclonii usually kill their victims. Vectors usually have a limited range of a few meters, but the length varies among each Diclonius.
Diclonii also demonstrate the ability to sense one another. A key point of debate throughout the series is the Diclonius propensity towards violence.
Many have a vendetta against humans, and have ambitions to wipe out the human race and populate the world with their own species.
It is disputed and contradicted during the series as to how Diclonii develop their violent behavior, whether it is part of their genetic code or whether it stems from abuse by humans.
If a Diclonius vector penetrates or even so much as touches a human male body, the "vector virus" is transferred to the human, causing their children to be born as Diclonii when born from humans, they are called "Silpelits".
An incident involving the escape of a child Diclonius during Kurama's early years, where the Diclonius' vectors penetrated him without causing him pain, resulted in Mariko being born a Diclonius and Kurama taking precautions against a recurrence by urging Bando to be sterilized.
There is only one Diclonius that is actually capable of reproducing: Lucy, the "queen". When Elfen Lied was being adapted into an anime series, director Mamoru Kanbe was recommended to work on the series by the series composer, Takao Yoshioka.
Yoshioka believed that Kanbe's general drawing style and composition would be ideal to adapt the manga, still in publication at the time, into an anime series.
Kanbe himself, originally reluctant about joining the production, gained interest in it upon reading the manga. While the manga was still ongoing at the time, Kanbe and the production team were forced to condense the plot of the series into thirteen episodes, even though they felt it was necessary to make more as several significant plot details in the manga which Kanbe felt he could have used to make the series more emotive were left out.
According to Kanbe, he considered Elfen Lied as a "love story," and he wanted to "bring viewers to tears. The production team were originally surprised by Okamoto's choice of Kamakura as a setting for the series; however, after several visits to the area, Kanbe commented that the setting in Kamakura was, according to the production team, ideal for the poignant and reflective drama in the series to unfold, as its general tranquility and geography made for a reflective and yet eerie, deep-meaning backdrop to the series.
This is used as an important device in conveying the ideas of memory and emotional association, such as the contrast between Kohta and Lucy's conversation when they were ten years old in comparison with their conversation in the final episode.
In comments made by director Mamoru Kanbe on the Elfen Lied website, he stated that he intended for the anime to question and discuss values relating to the way in which humans divide each other by difference, as well as the belief that atrocities such as those committed by Lucy in the series are strongly influenced by the way in which people are treated by their fellow beings.
The series frequently discusses the events and treatment which define the human character in such a way, and the problems which arise from discrimination, as well as the wild contrasts between compassion and vengeance between fellow humans, through the strong vengeance of Lucy compared with her past memory of Kohta.
Many of the themes are mentioned at the teasers at the ends of episodes. Themes such as genocide and the attempts to "purify" the earth from each other also appear in the anime.
Both Diclonius and the human species feel the need to populate the earth with their own and wipe the other out.
Kanbe quoted this in relation to the desire of humans to cast each other out and segregate one another.
Throughout the series, there is a great deal of blood and gore, graphic violence as well as psychological violence. One of the most prevalent motifs of the series is the humanity of the Diclonius, especially contrasted against the inhumanity of ordinary people.
One reviewer described the series as "devoted to quite a few of the darker, more callous factors of human nature. Also, animal cruelty is present when two young boys mercilessly beat Lucy's puppy until it dies; though the act is off-screen, a copious amount of blood is shown.
Most of the episodes contain graphic violence, including instances of torture, and at one point the series addresses consequences of the rape of a child.
The series also includes scenes that present female nudity and strong language specifically in the English dub.
The series juxtaposes many different tones and genres and was described by Bamboo Dong of Anime News Network as "mixing insane amounts of violence with a heavy dose of ultracuteness.
Elfen Lied has been described as similar to, or borrowing elements from Chobits , 3x3 Eyes  and Gunslinger Girl. The opening and ending sequences feature artistic drawings of the principal characters.
These characters are drawn in a style based on Gustav Klimt 's paintings, including The Kiss , Adele Bloch-Bauer I , and others with similar imitating poses, colors, and patterns.
The song Elfenlied "Elf Song" appears in the manga  and is credited to the composer Hugo Wolf. A poem by Eduard Mörike is the basis for Wolf's version.
It is taught to Nyu by the manga-only protagonist Nozomi. Written and illustrated by Lynn Okamoto , Elfen Lied was serialized in Weekly Young Jump from June 6, to August 25, The manga has been licensed by Dark Horse Comics in North America, who will publish the series as four omnibus volumes.
A episode anime television series was directed by Mamoru Kanbe , animated by Arms and produced by Genco and VAP. The series' author, Lynn Okamoto , has a brief cameo appearance as a guest in episode Elfen Lied first aired on TV Tokyo 's AT-X satellite channel from July 25 to October 17, , and was broadcast again in A single twenty-four-minute original video animation OVA episode was released by VAP on April 21, It takes place somewhere within the timespan of episode eleven of the original TV series.
The anime's opening theme song is "Lilium" performed by opera singer Kumiko Noma and is sung in Latin and Greek , with lyrics extracted from biblical passages and Christian sources, including the Book of Psalms , the Epistle of James , the Kyrie prayer, and the hymn "Ave mundi spes Maria".
The series was released on Blu-ray in Japan on December 19, The anime was licensed by ADV Films in the US in and was released on DVD in During the Anime Boston  May 26—28 convention , ADV Films also announced the distribution rights of the OVA for release in the United States.
However, the OVA was never released on television and was not included with the box set released by ADV Films in November or in the "Complete Collection" DVDs released in June and December When ADV Films divided their assets, Elfen Lied was remained with them and in-print.
A Blu-ray Disc box set as well as a new DVD set was released on September 3, , by ADV and Section23 Films , making it the only Blu-ray release under the ADV brand, and contains the never-before released OVA.
The series was aired in the United Kingdom on Propeller TV Sky as part of Anime Network 's short-lived launch in the United Kingdom. The series was aired uncut despite stricter censorship standard imposed by OFCOM on UK cable TV.
The Anime Network is streaming the series On Demand in English, German, and French. In a post to the now defunct official Adult Swim message board in April , Adult Swim programming director Kim Manning revealed that despite the series' high level of controversial content, the network actually inquired into the possibility of airing the series, as Manning was an avid fan herself and watched the entire series in one sitting.
However, the channel's Broadcast Standards and Practices department would have required the series to be so extensively edited "it would have been cut to shreds", she described in the post in order to air that it would have been "unintelligible".
Ultimately, Adult Swim decided not to air it to preserve and respect the original quality of the series. Because the manga was in production by the time the TV series began broadcasting, the manga and anime have several significant plot differences.
While the manga covers chapters, the anime was condensed into 13 episodes and director Mamoru Kanbe said that he intended to feature much more of the original story.
The anime only follows events roughly up to about halfway through the manga, and it has its own self-contained ending. As a result, several of the characters' pasts and details of the Diclonius are not featured in the anime.
With her legs cut off, Mariko clings to Lucy as the bomb inside her detonates; this results in Lucy's horns being damaged and turning back into Nyu, as well as Mariko's death.
Kurama, depressed by his pathetic ability as a father, attempts to commit suicide with a gun. He shows up at the raid at Kaede inn, and sees the clones of Mariko.
He is later discovered by Nana, but he shuns her away at first, clinging to a dead body of one of the clones thinking it is his daughter. The surviving clone, Barbara, shows up and Kurama tries to embrace her too.
She however attacks him and fights with Nana. When she is about to finish Nana off, Kurama shoots her in the head and regains his sanity.
He then reconciles with Nana and confronts Lucy at the end, who shows a third personality and rips his arm off. However Nana saves him and in the last chapter they appear at a grave with Mariko's ashes, he with two arms meaning he got a prosthetic as well , and it is revealed they are living together.
Though he is fully human, he is as homicidal and apathetic to other people as the worst diclonii are.
He is a hardy and effective soldier, even though he often disobeys orders so that he can indulge his need for violence. After Lucy escapes, Bando is one of the SAT members sent to capture her.
When Bando finds Lucy on the beach, he initially only encounters the Nyu personality, but Lucy's personality soon emerges and attacks Bando.
Bando, always eager for combat, initially welcomes the challenge, but he quickly discovers that Lucy's vectors can deflect his MP5 's 9mm bullets with almost no effort, and is then forced to dodge numerous heavy objects that Lucy throws at him.
Ultimately, Lucy overpowers Bando and then takes great pleasure as she mutilates him, severing his right arm at the elbow, and breaking his left forearm so severely that his left hand is left dangling uselessly.
Bando screams in pain, promising that he will never forget Lucy's face; Lucy responds by using two of her vectors' fingers to destroy his eyes, blinding him.
Deciding that torturing Bando is no longer fun, Lucy decides to choke him, but her Nyu personality suddenly emerges, and she runs away. Bando, blind and bleedling profusely, is left lying on the ground, cursing and thrashing around in pain.
Alerted by the noise, Mayu who was taking shelter nearby finds Bando and applies an improvised tourniquet on his arm stump before calling an ambulance, thus saving his life.
Back at the diclonius research facility, Bando, who is seen heavily bandaged, screams and curses as Kurama tells him that he must undergo castration surgery , since he has now been infected with the vector virus and thus any children he fathers will be born as diclonii.
Kurama explains to Bando the truth about the diclonii and their invisible vectors hands and their true purpose to destroy the human race.
After his initial recovery, Bando is outfitted with biomechanical implants , including bionic eyes to restore his vision and a highly advanced Myoelectric prosthetic hand.
However, he escapes before the castration operation can be performed. Seeking revenge against Lucy, he acquires several weapons, including at least two pistols which fire specially designed.
While these bullets can be pushed off-course at long range, they are so powerful at close range that not even Lucy can stop them.
It is implied that he survives, although the extent of any new injuries that Lucy may have inflicted on him is unclear. In the manga his role is extended a bit more, he lives on the beach that he fought Lucy on and constantly cleans up the trash and debris, so that when they fight again she has nothing to use as weapons.
He is shown to have a more compassionate side, such as saving Kurama, and burying the dead. Lucy rips off his remaining arm and cuts him in half at the waist, then flees.
Voiced by: Tomoko Kawakami Japanese ; Luci Christian English. Mariko's condition was the result of an escape attempt by Number 3, when Kurama was infected by her vectors, turning him into a carrier of the Diclonius virus, which ultimately caused Mariko to be born a diclonius, much to her father's shock and horror.
As an infant, Mariko was imprisoned and raised inside a massive steel container deep underground with no human contact other than with Saito, a scientist acting as a foster mother through speakers and monitors.
She has been kept alive on pure nutrients that are intravenously fed into her body through large tubes. Throughout her life, her body has been completely immoblized through the use of restraints, which are deemed necessary to reduce the chance that she could try to escape.
When she is released, she struggles to even stand - since she has spent her entire life in restraints and being fed intravenously, her body is severely emaciated and atrophied.
Although she can still propel herself through the air with her vectors, she must use a wheelchair to move around. Despite the environment she was raised in, Mariko is relatively well-developed psychologically.
She is extremely homicidal and sadistic, and enjoys torturing and dismembering her victims. She has no problems in torturing and murdering others, no matter what race or species they belong to, be it Human or Diclonius.
However, her personality is not blatantly evil. She is only having fun, seeing killing as a game, and the pleasure she gets from it is equivalent to a child ripping the wings off of an insect or burning ants with a magnifying glass.
In order to keep Mariko under control, the research institute implanted bombs in her body during infancy; one is used to sever her right arm to bring her under control after she attacks and mortally wounds Saito, the scientist at the institute who acted as her foster mother.
She is sent to kill Nana, during the confrontation with, Kurama tells both of them about the circumstances of the birth of Mariko. Feeling rejected by her father and believing that he favors Nana, Mariko attempts to kill her as an act of revenge, but is stopped by Bando,  who, at the request of Kurama, escapes carrying Nana with him, although he is not able to prevent her from returning to the fight.
Meanwhile, Kurama reconciles with Mariko, who immediately afterward protects him from being hit by a non-explosive missile. Nyu then appears searching for Nana, Kurama shoots her and she turns into Lucy.
Lucy attempts to kill him, but Mariko sacrifices herself to save her father. She tries to kill Lucy to protect Kurama by activating the bombs that were inside of her body, while holding on to Lucy, but fails despite her efforts.
While the bombs indeed go off, they do not kill Lucy. She instead only loses her horns, and becomes Nyu for the next several months, but not before seemingly tearing Marikos head off just mere seconds from the explosion.
In the final episode of the anime, this encounter is different. Mariko tells him that during her entire life at the institute's prison, she dreamed that one day he and her mother would come to take her home and live as a real family.
She demands to know why he allowed her to suffer in the institute her whole life, and becomes jealous when Nana calls Kurama "papa.
Instead, Kurama walks over to Mariko and hugs her tightly. He then picks her up in his arms, and promises they will never again be apart, while ordering an assistant to detonate the remaining bomb inside of her body.
Kurama then tells Mariko he never stopped thinking about her and that her mother loved her until the moment she died. The assistant, after hesitating, activates the bombs, killing the both of them.
Later in the manga, four copies of Mariko Diana, Cynthia, Barbara and Arishia are created by Doctor Nousou, with parts of their frontal lobes removed and electrical components added so that they follow his every command.
Three of them Diana is injured and stays behind and a group of soldiers raid the Kaede inn, but nearly all are killed by Lucy's increased powers, only a few including Barbara and Nousou survive.
In the hospital, Nousou removes the component in Barbara's forehead to see if they can truly coexist with humans, she cuts off his head and goes after Nana.
Just as she is about to kill her, she is shot dead by Kazuma. Diana later helps Arakawa escape the island before being killed by another Diclonius.
Voiced by: Kinryu Arimoto Japanese ; Andy McAvin English. He is from a long line of Diclonius ancestry that has been watered down by inter-breeding with humans.
As a result, he has no vectors and much smaller horns on his head, which he hides under a wig. His and his son's aim are in part to replenish their bloodline by mating with the Diclonii they are experimenting on of which Lucy is the first to be able to reproduce and thus gain power as "kings" of the new race, which would wipe out humanity and replace it entirely.
He is the father of Anna Kakuzawa, professor Kakuzawa and Lucy's Diclonius half-brother the only male Diclonius. He turned his daughter Anna into a gigantic immobile creature with an extremely high intellect and the ability to predict the future.
After capturing Lucy and revealing his plot to terminate mankind and to fill the world with Diclonius, Anna's vectors turn visible and cause an explosion on the island that releases all the captured Diclonius.
Lucy cuts off Anna's arms and Kakuzawa brings out his son, Lucy's half-brother, to try and convince her to join him. But he is beheaded by her along with his son.
Lucy then says that he is not a Diclonius at all, as she does not sense him like the other Diclonii, and that his horns were just the result of an unrelated mutation.
She then kills Anna, who tries to avenge her father. In the anime, he is not killed, and continues with his plans. In the last chapter, a normal Anna is seen next to the gigantic creature's body.
Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata Japanese ; John Swasey English. Like his father, he is a watered-down Diclonius with small horns and no vectors.
It was Kakuzawa who originally got Kurama involved in research on the Diclonius. He is the lecturer for a course at the university in which Kouta and Yuka are enrolled.
However, while Nyu falls asleep, Lucy wakes up. He then removes a wig to show her his horns and also reveals that he was the one responsible for releasing Lucy at the research center.
He attempts to solicit Lucy with the promise of creating a new race of Diclonius together that will destroy the human race, but Lucy turns down his offer and instead beheads him.
Voiced by: Eriko Ishihara Japanese ; Jessica Boone English. She, along with Kouta, inadvertently discovered Professor Kakuzawa's severed head and warned the boy not to disclose anything of what he saw or heard to anybody else.
Afterwards, she reported her finding to Director Kakuzawa at his compound facility, but he would not let her go scot-free after seeing his son's horns.
She was threatened by Chief Kakuzawa to take charge of his deceased son's research on the island and spread the virus or else be killed.
She eventually succeeds in creating the vaccine, just as the explosion releasing all the Diclonius on the island occurs. She is saved from a group of them by the Mariko clone Diana, and is then helped escape by a member of another government research facility, that specializes in vectors, but drops the vaccine.
They take her deep into the island to retrieve the vaccine. In the anime, Arakawa is a minor character whose role provides little or no contribution at all for advancing the plot, as later she's often seen complaining that being so busy does not allow her to take a shower, which becomes a recurrent gag in the series.
However, her character eventually plays an important, key role for humanity's salvation in the last story arc of the manga.
Voiced by: Maria Yamamoto Japanese ; Monica Rial English. Kanae was protective of her brother and became jealous whenever other girls showed him attention.
At the festival, Kanae watched as Lucy killed several people around her. Kanae claims that she saw Lucy killing people using her vectors, which are normally unseen to the human eye; unlike everyone else, who did not connect Lucy and the deaths, and were led to believe it was a bomb.
She is later brutally murdered by Lucy before her father, on the train leaving Kamakura. In the anime, Kouta and Kanae's father comes over to see what is happening, unaware his daughter has died, before he is also murdered by Lucy.
However the trauma of witnessing their murders causes Kouta to repress his memories of the events; in the manga, he believes that Kanae was killed in a car accident,  whereas in the anime he believes that she simply got sick and died and that their father died in a car accident.
It is only after witnessing Lucy brutally murder a group of soldiers in front of him, with her vectors, that his repressed memories emerge. Voiced by: Maria Yamamoto Japanese ; Tiffany Grant English.
Kisaragi was taken hostage by Lucy at the start of the series, while walking down the hall. Since Kurama's men were unable to get a clear shot of Lucy, Kurama told Kisaragi they had to sacrifice her.
Kisaragi did not seem upset after hearing this, instead saying she was happy to give her life if it meant she was helping.
Kurama assured her that her death would not be meaningless, but before Kurama could tell his men to shoot, Lucy tore off Kisaragi's head.
After using Kisaragi's decapitated body as a shield and killing the men, Lucy told Kurama that Kisaragi's death was meaningless, and left laughing.
After she is killed, Kurama picks up her severed head and vows to avenge her death. She is briefly seen later in a flashback, indicating that she has worked for Kurama for many years.
In the anime she trips in front of the rampaging Lucy, who tears off her head and uses the body to shield herself from the security team's gunfire. Kurama keeps a picture of her along with those of Nana and his deceased wife on his desk, even after her death.
Voiced by: Maria Yamamoto Japanese ; Allison Sumrall English. Although she has never actually seen Mariko in person, every day for over 5 years, she and the Diclonius girl have been verbally interacting with each other through the use of loudspeakers.
Mariko always referred to Saito as "Mother" during these interactions.Elfen Lied takes place in Kamakura, Japan, where a fictional mutant human sub-species, with violent telekinetic powers, has been discovered. Known as a Diclonius, any person showing signs of the mutation have either been contained in the Diclonius research facility or exterminated. Kaede, also known as Lucy in her mad form or Nyu in her amnesiac form, is the main protagonist and anti-hero of Elfen Lied. Lucy is the Queen Diclonius, an evolutionary offshoot of the human race. In the Japanese version, she is voiced by Sanae Kobayashi. Synopsis and basics Lucy/Nyu (real name: Kaede) is the main character, main protagonist and anti-heroine / anti-villainess of the Elfen Lied series. The so-called 'Queen' Diclonius, Lucy, was an individual difficult to pin down by any standard of "good" or "evil" societal mores. Share your thoughts, experiences and the tales behind the art. Elfen Lied (Japanese: エルフェンリート, Hepburn: Erufen Rīto) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Lynn felixgerena.com was originally serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Young Jump from June to August , with the chapters collected into twelve tankōbon volumes. Lucy ist keine von Kaede abgespaltene Persönlichkeit, sie ist Kaede, die sich nun bewusst von ihrem Dicloniusinstinkt leiten lässt. Sie ist auch das kleine. Jul 10, - elfen lied nyu icon/ elfen lied lucy icon. Stattdessen ist er jedoch mit Yuka unterwegs, was Lucy zu ihrem Entsetzen feststellen muss. Von der Lüge enttäuscht, richtet sie auf dem Fest ein Blutbad an und. - Erkunde Yandere Fans Pinnwand „Elfen Lied: Lucy“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu elfenlied, lied, elfen.