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The show Captain Earth is about a high school student named Daichi Manatsu who has recently traveled to Tanegashima to investigate an odd circular rainbow near the Tanegashima Space Center. One of the main reasons why he has arrived at the space center on his summer break is mostly because his father works there and he is worried about him.

During his journey, he encounters a strange girl named Hana Mutou, who is an intelligent hacker, as well as a shy and reserved boy named Teppei Arashi.

Captain Earth is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (25 episodes). The series first aired on May 6, 2014.

Where do I stream Captain Earth online? Captain Earth is available for streaming on MBS, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Captain Earth on demand at Apple TV online.

Sunday 2:00 AM et/pt on MBS
1 Season, 25 Episodes
May 6, 2014
Cast: Ed Bishop, Donald Gray, Francis Matthews, Cy Grant, Jeremy Wilkin
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Captain Earth Full Episode Guide

  • Puck executes his plan to take over all sentient life in the galaxy. The Planetary Gears are overcome, and only the Midsummer's Knights can stop him.

  • The Midsummer's Knights reach the Auberon and have the Planetary Gears in their sights. The Planetary Gears recognize the fortitude of the Midsummer's Knights and decide to offer them a chance to join them. Puck however, reveals how he really feels.

  • It's now the first day before summer vacation. Daichi is at a school conference with his uncle, Toshiaki. He feels like something is wrong, but doesn't know why. And Amara and Moko and the other Planetary Gears appear, and seem to be his friends. They try hard to invite him to a village.

  • "We will now begin Operation Summer!" With Daichi's words, the Blume takes off for Uranus and the fortress carrier Oberon. But the Garm Engine, the Ark Faction's final weapon, is there to stop them. The Blume shakes off its attacks, but is enveloped in a strange light... and Daichi wakes up on his bed.

  • Hana has been taken hostage by Hiroesue. And at the same time, Ai, one of the Planetary Gears, takes control of the debris in orbit and uses it to attack the Tenkaidou. Teppei goes to stop it in the Nebula engine, but his machine is damaged. Daichi is forced to use the Earth Engine's new weapon, the Boosted Plasmagnum, to destroy it.

  • Two of the three top players in the Intercept Faction come to Tenkaido to oversee the start of Operation Summer. They are unimpressed by the young Midsummer's Knights and doubt entrusting a mission that will save the human race to children like them.

  • Daichi, Hana and Teppei board a shuttle to return to Earth, but during reentry, an unexpected change of course leaves them stranded in the middle of Australia. Knowing that they were victims of sabotage, the three battle some enemy forces in the middle of the desert in order to protect Hana from being captured by them.

  • Marooned in Australia after a botched re-entry into Earth, Daichi, and Teppei work to protect Hana from being captured by enemy forces.

  • The Midsummer's Knights' worthiness is under scrutiny by an investigator from Salty Dog. Moco and Zin try to attack Earth and they commandeer the interceptors that Salty Dog Dispatched. Can Daichi and Teppei stop Moco and Zin and prove their skill?

  • Running away from her friends, Hana meets Setsuna again, and the two end up pursued by Amara and Moco, while Puck, the AI built by Macbeth Enterprises, lays a trap to the CEO and snatches his body. Once Daichi and Hana finally reunite, he reconciles with her, just before the Planetary Gears attack them.

  • With no missions to perform in the next days, Daichi and his friends are given a few days of R&R. In the occasion, Hana reveals that she loves Daichi, but fears what he may think of her if she reveals her true self to him. Meanwhile, Amara and Moco take control of a massive asteroid and drop it on Southern Japan with the intention of destroying the Tanegashima Base.

  • Baku is in love with the only daughter of the leader of the Asanoda Yakuza, Kumiko. Amara takes her hostage and tries to convince him to join them. Haruhiko, a member of the Asanoda gang arrives, and his bullet strikes Kumiko. But her wound disappears almost instantly. It all happened because Baku wished that Kumiko would live again.

  • The identity of the last designer child has been found. It's Baku, a boy who works at an illegal fighting ring run by the Asanoda yakuza. Rita sends Daichi to find him. Meanwhile, Amara and Moko also visit the underground tournament.

  • Setsuna is one of the six designer children. She lives with Mao Marimura, one of the staff at Ayingott Company. Marimura is planning to use her to stay young forever. Meanwhile, Amara and Moko succeed in finding Setsuna, and encounter Daichi and Teppei at the research lab.

  • Amara and Moco successfully awaken Lin, who controls the Kiltgang Liebam. It's up to Daichi to confront her himself.

  • The fifth member of the Planetary Gears is the idol Ai. She and her Machine Goodfellow Hebihanabi are a fierce match for Daichi's group. Meanwhile, Amarock kidnaps Akari to make her use her hacking to shut off all the low orbit impactors. Akari uses her final trump card, and threatens to use all the world's nuclear weapons to annihilate humanity. Amarock fears the loss of his food, and is forced to release Akari.

  • Pitz has pinpointed the net appearance of a Machine Goodfellow, and the newly chosen Midsummer's Knights head to the site to investigate.

  • What Kiltgang activity rising, Daichi once more takes the helm of the Earth Engine to defend the planet. Teppei seems reluctant to help when things get tricky, afraid of losing himself to the Kitlgang.

  • The Kivoto's Plan is the last resort for Earth: jettison its most important humans and let the Kiltgang devour the rest left behind. With both opposing factions considering such a dangerous solution, the danger looms ever closer.

  • There are two factions divided over how to deal with the Kiltgang: the interception faction that wants to fight them and the ark faction that wants to send out a new humanity to escape. Commander Nishikubo, a member of the Interception faction, sends Teppei to rescue Eiji, the man who gave him his genes, aboard the orbital space station Tenkaidou.

  • Teppei was the one piloting the Kiltgang Albion. Worried about the quarantined Teppei, Daichi visits him. Teppei is unease, but Daichi tells him, "You're you, right?" Meanwhile, Albion's appearance has shocked the two planetary gears.

  • Akari Yomatsuri, daughter of the Globe commander Nishikubo, joins the team, and everyone enjoys a summer rest in Akihabara. However, a new foe, Amarock, appears. Daichi launches in an unrepaired Earth Engine. Just when he is about to be destroyed, a new Kiltgang, Albion, saves him.

  • Daichi completes the transformation of the Earth Engine, and with the help of a girl who calls herslef a Magical Girl he defeats the Kiltgang Molekin. When he returns to Earth, he learns that the organization his father once belonged to, Globe, exists to defend the Earth from invaders.

  • Daichi is the son of a former astronaut who gave his life defending Earth. Daichi finds himself in the same situation after returning to the island of his youth.

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