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Girls Und Panzer Episode 7

Episode 7 "Anzio is the Next Up!" "Tsugi wa Anzio desu!" (次はアンツィオです ! ); English dub: "Up Next Is Anzio!", is the seventh episode of Girls und Panzer. It originally aired on Novermber 26th, 2012.

Girls und Panzer Episode 7

Miho, Hana and Yukari travel to the hospital in the town of Ooarai to visit Mako and her grandmother, Hisako Reizei, who was admitted after she collapsed during the previous episode. The girls arrive to find that Hisako has regained consciousness and, feisty and irascible, is on her way to recovery.

Hana finds evidence that other yet-to-be-discovered tanks may still exist aboard the Ooarai campus ship, prompting a search throughout the ship. Aided by Ceasar's divination skills, Yukari and the history buffs discover a Renault B1 bis. While they don't find a tank, Miho, Mako, and the volleyball team locate a 7.5 cm KwK 40 L/43 high velocity cannon compatible with the Panzer IV, which was being used to hang up laundry. Saori and the first years search the lower decks of the ship, but eventually get lost within its dark depths. When Miho, Hana, Yukari, and Mako go to rescue them, they find the lost girls in a cargo hold containing a Porsche Tiger prototype.

Girls und Panzer is a 2012 Japanese anime series produced by Actas. The series takes place in a world where girls take up sensha-dō (戦車道, lit. "the way of the tank") or "tankery" in the English dub, the art of operating tanks, which focuses on a girl named Miho Nishizumi and her friends as they participate in their school's sensha-dō program. The series aired in Japan between October 9, 2012 and December 25, 2012, although due to production delays, the final two episodes were postponed and were replaced with recap episodes.[1][2][3] The final two episodes aired in March 2013.[4] Original video animation episodes are included with the Blu-ray/DVD releases.[5] The opening theme is "DreamRiser" by ChouCho whilst the ending theme is "Enter Enter MISSION!" performed by Mai Fuchigami, Ai Kayano, Mami Ozaki, Ikumi Nakagami and Yuka Iguchi.[6] The series is licensed in North America by Sentai Filmworks.[7]

Girls und Panzer (Japanese: ガールズ&パンツァー, Hepburn: Gāruzu ando Pantsā, with the part in German translated: "Girls and Tanks"), abbreviated as GuP or Garupan (ガルパン), is a Japanese anime franchise created by Actas[3] which depicts a competition between girls' high schools practicing tank warfare as a sport. The series was directed by Tsutomu Mizushima, written by Reiko Yoshida and produced by Kiyoshi Sugiyama. Takaaki Suzuki, who had earlier acted as a military history advisor for Strike Witches and Upotte!!, was involved in the production of the anime. The TV series initially aired in Japan between October and December 2012, with two additional episodes that aired in March 2013 and an original video animation released in July 2014.[4][5] Nine manga series and a light novel adaptation have been published by Media Factory. An animated film was released in Japanese theaters on November 21, 2015.[6][7] A six-part theatrical anime series premiered in 2017.[8]

Girls und Panzer aired its first episode in Japan on Tokyo MX on October 9, 2012, TV Osaka and TV Aichi on October 11, BS11 on October 14, and AT-X on October 17,[11] and concluded on March 25, 2013, with 12 episodes.[12] The anime series was produced by Actas and directed by Tsutomu Mizushima from a series composition written by Reiko Yoshida.[13] Shirō Hamaguchi served as the series composer.[14] Choucho performed the opening theme music for the series titled "Dream Riser", while Mai Fuchigami, Ai Kayano, Mami Ozaki, Ikumi Nakagami, and Yuka Iguchi, voicing the five main characters of the series, sang the ending theme music titled "Enter Enter Mission!"[15] It was collected into six Blu-ray and DVD volumes that were released in Japan from December 21, 2012,[16] to June 21, 2013.[17] Each volume contains the anime series' original video animation (OVA) and an OVA featuring Yukari Akiyama's lecture about tanks that appear in the series titled Yukari Akiyama's Tank Course (不肖 秋山優花里の戦車道講座, Fushō Akiyama Yukari no Sensha Kōza).[18]

Sentai Filmworks announced the acquisition of Girls und Panzer in September 2012,[32] and released the 12 episodes of the series on Blu-ray and DVD in North America on December 3, 2013,[33] and the six episodes of its OVA on the same formats on February 25, 2014.[34] Crunchyroll streamed the series in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, and South Africa from October 10, 2012,[35] to March 31, 2022.[36] A scene in the Japanese broadcast of the eighth episode, where the characters Katyusha and Nonna sing the Soviet folk-based song "Katyusha", was removed by Crunchyroll, with Jeff Chuang of Japanator stating that "copyright reason is the most likely why the segment was cut".[37] Sentai Filmworks restored the missing scene in their home media release of the series, but the song was replaced with a different one, later revealed as the instrumental version of "Korobeiniki".[38] In October 2012, Anime Network licensed the series for a November release.[39] MVM Entertainment announced the acquisition of the series in October 2013.[40] They released the series on Blu-ray and DVD in the United Kingdom in April 2014[41][42] and its OVA on the same formats in June.[43][44] Hanabee Entertainment licensed Girls und Panzer for an Australian release in November 2013,[45] and released the series and its OVA on Blu-ray and DVD on March 5, 2014.[46] Hidive began streaming the series after the acquisition of the assets from Anime Network in June 2017.[47]

The initial television airing of the first 10 episodes within 2012 received favourable television ratings and strong viewership.[135] The relatively early airing timeslot of the show allowed the series to gain better exposure to more viewers. Blu-ray sales of the first anime volume in Japan reached third place on the Oricon charts in mid-February 2013,[136] whilst sales of the second anime volume Blu-ray reached second place in late February with 24,733 copies sold within the first week of release.[137] The third Blu-ray volume met with similar success during March, with 23,528 copies sold within the first week, peaking at third place behind Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn and Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha the Movie 2nd A's.[138] The first week sales of the 4th Blu-ray volume reached second place at 28,410 units, behind Evangelion: 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo, which had its debut Blu-ray release the same week.[139] The first week sales of both the 5th and 6th Blu-ray volumes placed first in the weekly Oricon chart, having reached 33,450 units[140] and 32,385 units[141] respectively. The first week sales of the Girls und Panzer: This is the Real Anzio Battle! OVA Blu-ray placed third in the weekly Oricon chart, having reached 35,909 units.[142]

In the episode, the Harekaze sails straight the tropical depression it without much thought, which leads me to wonder whether or not anyone was actually monitoring the weather amidst the chaos caused by the sudden need to conserve water. 041b061a72


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