|Terror in Resonance
||Fuji TV (Noitamina)
||Shinichirō Watanabe |
||July 10 –|
September 25, 2014
|No. of Seasons
|No. of Episodes
Christopher Bevins (English)
||Sōma Saitō |
Aaron Dismuke (English)
Jād Saxton (English)
Terror in Resonance (残響のテロル, Zankyō no Teroru, lit. "Terror of the Echo"), also known as Terror in Tokyo, is a Japanese anime television series directed by Shinichirō Watanabe and Yuzuru Tachikawa. A shocking terrorist attack is carried out on the Tokyo of an alternative present. There is no trace of the perpetrator. The only point of contact is a bizarre video that wanders through the vastness of the Internet, but even this cryptic clue continues to leave investigators at a loss.
While the hysteria-filled population feverishly searches for someone to blame for this tragedy, two mysterious teenagers who shouldn't even exist are plotting a villainous scheme. Known by the pseudonyms "Nine" and Twelve, they join forces to form the secret investigative unit Sphinx and rouse the world from its deep sleep - by force if necessary.
The following weapons were used in the anime series Terror in Resonance:
Nambu Model 60
Nambu Model 60s are used by police officers throughout the series as their main sidearm. Nine aka Arata Kokonoe takes one from an unconscious police officer to take down Five's sedan near the end of "Helen Skelter".
A Marushin-made airsoft replica of the New Nambu Model 60.
Chiba Prefectural police officers open fire at Nine with their Model 60s during a standoff in "Deuce".
Detective Kenjirō Shibazaki aims his Model 60 at an air traffic controller after he breaks into Haneda Airport's control tower.
A plainclothes officer draws out his sidearm after Nine surrenders himself to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department at the start of "Helen Skelter".
Nine gets out of the unmarked van with the Model 60 in his hands.
Aiming the iron sights of the revolver at the incoming sedan Five is using.
You can see a good shot of the Model 60 after Nine is forced to drop it.
Detective Kenjirō Shibazaki holds "Sphinx" at gunpoint.
He wonders who suddenly appeared.
A Glock 17 is used by Nine in "Ready or Not" and at Haneda Airport in "Deuce".
Glock 17 (4th Generation) - 9x19mm.
He pushes in a full magazine while telling twelve the situation.
Nine aims a Glock 17 behind Five at Haneda Airport in a standoff.
Heckler & Koch USP
Special Assault Team operators appear to be armed with Heckler & Koch USPs as their main sidearm in the show.
Heckler & Koch USP 9x19mm.
SAT operators aim their USPs while dismounting from a TMPD Isuzu Giga anti-riot truck in "Break Through".
The SAT operator conducts an Australian rappel while armed with the USP. Note that his colleague is using a tandem rappel with the MP5A3 slung on his back.
FBI agents, including Clarence and Five, use SIG-Sauer P229 as their main sidearm.
SIG-Sauer P229 - .357 SIG (also chambered for .40 S&W & 9x19mm)
FBI Special Agent Clarence aims the Glock 17 behind Lisa at the coin locker area in "Deuce".
Five opens fire with the P229 at Twelve after he tries to force her off the road in "Helen Skelter".
Clarence takes aim with his P229 at Five after getting fed up with her actions.
Five calmly shoots Clarence in the chest with her own P229.
The P229 aimed by Five at Nine.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Nuclear Special Guard Unit (NSGU) officers dispatched at the nuclear fuel reprocessing facility in Aomori Prefecture, Japan, are armed with Heckler & Koch MP5A3s as their primary weapon in "Falling". SAT operators use MP5A3s as their main submachine gun, first seen in "Search & Destroy". FBI agents engaged in a black bag operation in Japan use it as their main weapon after ambushing a TMPD prisoner convoy in the middle of "Helen Skelter".
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Navy trigger group and threaded muzzle - 9x19mm
A NSGU officer shoulders his MP5A3.
The MP5A3 being fired at a snowmobile used by Nine and Twelve.
NSGU officers give chase to the fleeing snowmobile. Note that you can see the collapsible stock.
SAT operators charge inside an abandoned building used as a planned bombing site.
SAT operators breach through a locked room during a search operation.
FBI agents bust open the door of an Isuzu NKR prisoner transport truck at the Shuto Expressway.
Heckler & Koch PSG-1
A U.S. airforce sniper appears to be armed with a Heckler & Koch PSG-1 sniper rifle in "VON".
Heckler & Koch PSG-1 - 7.62x51mm NATO
The sniper aims between Nine and Twelve.
A blurred view of the rifle.
Japanese Air Self-Defense Forces F-15J fighters dispatched to intercept the atom bomb over Tokyo airspace are armed with the M61 Vulcan throughout "VON".
GE M61 Vulcan Cannon - 20mm
A JASDF F-15J takes off to intercept the atom bomb.
The two F-15Js go after the atom bomb before they pull back due to altitude.
Twelve aka Tōji Hisami uses an M61 grenade at the start of "Falling" when he hurls it from a hijacked Isuzu Giga anti-riot transport truck in order to breach the security gates of a nuclear fuel reprocessing facility in Aomori Prefecture, Japan.
M61 hand grenade, improved version of the M26.
Twelve fools around with the M61 from the driver's seat of the hijacked Isuzu Giga anti-riot truck. Note that he's wearing an anti-NBC suit.
The safety pin of the M61 being pulled from the grenade's body.
An M61 Grenade on the table in "Ready or Not".
Twelve uses an M67 grenade to help Nine escape Five's assault on the TMPD prison convoy by using it to make her crash the sedan she uses on the Shuto Expressway in the middle of "Helen Skelter".
"M67 hand grenade" gas bottle.
The primed M67 hurled towards the sedan Five is using.
Nine uses a smoke grenade to clear out civilians from the subway near the end of "Hide & Seek".
Nine prepares to prime the smoke grenade by pulling the safety pin out.
The primed smoke grenade towards the subway grounds.