AnimeStat

  Search 

 

 Main

 Main
 Spring Anime
 All Rankings
 A to Z
 Advanced Search

 Genre

 Action
 Adventure
 Comedy
 Daily Life
 Drama
 Ecchi
 Fantasy
 Harem
 Historical
 Horror
 Magic
 Mecha
 Mystery
 Romance
 Samurai/Ninja    
 Sci-Fi
 Shoujo
 Shoujo-ai
 Shounen
 Shounen-ai
 Supernatural
 Thriller

 Year

 2017                    
 2016                    
 2015                    
 2014                    
 2013                    
 2012                    
 2011                    
 2010                    
 2009                    
 2008                    
 2007                    
 2006                    
 2005                    
 2004                    
 2003                    
 2002                    
 2001                    
 2000                    
 1999                    
 1998                    
 1997                    
 1996                    
 1995                    

 
 

Description

Score

 
No. 6

No. 6

Sci-Fi, Drama, Shounen-Ai - 2011 (TV)
Ranking: 1644

Sion is a bright teenager living a comfortable and promising life inside No. 6, one of this six remaining city-states created by The Babylon Treaty after the last great war devastated the world. On the rainy evening of his twelfth birthday, he meets a savvy adolescent who calls himself Nezumi (Rat) and is desperately trying to runaway from the authorities. For helping a fugitive of the state, Sion is stripped of all his privileges. Four years later, they meet once again. For better or for worse, Sion is about to unravel the secrets guarded deep inside No. 6. (Source: ANN)

 

6.7

Anime News Network

7.3

Anime-Planet

7.8

Anime-Source

4.0

MyAnimeList

7.8

ThemAnime

4.0

AniDB

6.5

  

Reviews

   

A series that desperately wants to be viewed as profound but has nothing to say. If you enjoy shounen-ai then you may add a star, since it is a recurring undertone throughout the series and it may stave off your boredom somewhat. - ThemAnime

    

But despite the many deep flaws of the writing (not to mention the animation and art, which vacillates from solid to shockingly ugly for