Twilight Q

Twilight Q (トワイライトQ, Towairaito Kyū) is a Japanese original video animation series released in Japan in 1987 by Network Frontier (now Bandai Namco Arts). The series is similar to The Twilight Zone.[1] It was aired in Japan on the anime television network Animax on August 5, 2007.[2]

Twilight Q
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Twilight Q DVD cover (Region 2).
トワイライトQ
(Towairaito Kyū)
Original video animation
Time Knot: Reflection
Directed byTomomi Mochizuki
StudioAjia-do Animation Works
Licensed byNetwork Frontier
Released1987-02-28
Runtime30 minutes
Original video animation
Mystery Article File 538
Directed byMamoru Oshii
StudioStudio Deen
Licensed byNetwork Frontier
Released1987-08-28
Runtime30 minutes
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StoryEdit

The first part, Time Knot: Reflection (時の結び目 Reflection, Toki no Musubime  Rifurekushon), has two girls at a beach where one of them finds an old camera. She develops the film and finds that she's in a photo, arm-in-arm with a young man, despite not remembering the picture being taken. She then finds out the camera is a model that has not yet been released.

The second part, Mystery Article File 538 (迷宮物件 File538, Meikyū Bukken Fairu Go San Hachi), follows a detective investigating the mysterious disappearances of airplanes, and his investigation into a father and daughter.

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CastEdit

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Sevakis, Justin (November 8, 2007). "Twilight Q - Buried Treasure". Anime News Network. Retrieved September 5, 2020.
  2. ^ "ANIMAX アニメ見るならアニマックス:新番組" (in Japanese). Animax. Archived from the original on 2007-07-01. Retrieved 2007-07-03.
  3. ^ a b c トワイライトQ (in Japanese). Bandai Visual. 2004-02-25. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2007-07-03.
  4. ^ Shelton, Andrew (2001-03-26). "Twilight Q". Anime Meta=Review.

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