Heavy Object is a Japanese anime series based on a Japanese light novel series, written by Kazuma Kamachi and illustrated by Ryou Nagi. An anime television series adaptation by J.C.Staff was announced at the Dengeki Bunko Fall Festival event on October 5, 2014, and is scheduled to air on October 2, 2015.
Title: Heavy Object Japanese: ヘヴィーオブジェクト Type: TV Episodes: Unknown First Aired: October 3, 2015 Producers: J.C.Staff, FUNimation EntertainmentL, Magic Capsule, SANZIGEN Directed by: Takashi Watanabe Written by: Hiroyuki Yoshino Music by: Maiko Iuchi, Keiji Inai Studio: J.C.Staff Network: Tokyo MX, MBS, TVA, BS11, AT-X Genres: Action, Mecha, Military, Sci-Fi Duration: 23 min. Rating: None Prequel: Sequel: Others: Opening Theme: “One More Chance!!” by ALL OFF Ending Theme 1: “One More Chance!!” by ALL OFF Ending Theme 2: “Dear Brave (ディアブレイブ)” by Kano
Heavy Object Synopsis
In the future, the advancement of massive war machines known as Objects have rendered conventional warfare and even nuclear weapons obsolete. As a result of this military upheaval, all of the nations of the world have fractured into 4 coalitions which continuously wage war on each other. With the perception that only Objects can destroy Objects, modern warfare is reduced duels between Objects, leading to shorter, cleaner and safer wars. However, this all changes when 2 regular soldiers, Qwenthur Barbotage and Havia Winchell, use their intelligent and ingenuity to destroy an Object themselves. Having proven that Objects can in fact be defeated by conventional means, Qwenthur and Havia are thrown into a new of harrowing adventures and risky suicide missions.
Heavy Object Deep Information
The super-large-scale weapon. Just the body of this new weapon alone measured over 50 meters in length, and with its arrival, it completely overwrote the conventions of warfare that had existed up to that point.
This weapon, which was first introduced by a certain island nation, took fire from the allied forces of fourteen nations.
It had onion armor made of layers upon layers of armor forged by mixing in a power of high-performance anti-fire reactant miligram at a time. And by laminating conductor and insulator materials together onto those armor plates, it had a printed power transmission system that could transfer power from the reactor, located at its core, to the external armament without laying a single line of cable.
Countless such innovative, cutting-edge technologies and traditional craftsmanship-like precision machining technology were poured unstintingly into creating this warped culmination of the intelligent of man, and when it had wreaked havoc in the worst imaginable way. Ultimately, it underwent a baptism by nuclear weapons on the Pacific Ocean, but it withstood even that attack. And with half its body melting like an ice cream, it wiped out the allied fleet with what remained of its armament.
Naturally, since then, Objects have become synonymous with war. Since the break down of the United Nations in the first half of the 21st century, various nations that had existed up to that point have collapsed or changed drastically, and the world became largely divided into four coalitions.
But this division was as jumbled up as a broken stained glass window and as a result of different powers sharing borders all over the world, small-scale local wars were breaking out constantly and repeatedly. Perhaps one could say that Objects were the ultimate warped product that were born of the needs of such a world. And today, the fight for sovereignty on Earth between various nations are now determined by “clean wars” conducted by Objects.
With massive firepower and extremely thick armor, in a battle between two Objects, the first one to achieve an advantageous firing position wins. So it tends to be a fight for positioning. Due to that, Objects are endowed with high-speed mobility that is incongruous with its enormous bulk.
An Object given birth by a world power known as the Faith Organization. Based on its unique shape. As in, the insect that skates on water.