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Silverwing 00 Towers of Fire, Redemption.txt
Silverwing 01 A glimps of the Son.avi
Silverwing 02 No Bat is an Island.avi
Silverwing 03 Pigeon Court.avi
Silverwing 04 Bat in the Belfry.avi
Silverwing 05 Dark Alliance.avi
Silverwing 06 Friends in Deed.avi
Silverwing 07 Everything is Not Black and White.avi
Silverwing 08 Deception.avi
Silverwing 09 I'm With the Band.avi
Silverwing 10 Rats.avi
Silverwing 11 Strange Batfellows.avi
Silverwing 12 Hibernaculum.avi
Silverwing 13 Day of Judgement.avi
"Long ago, there was a great war between the beasts of the land and the birds of the air. Because the bats shared aspects of both sides, they chose to stay neutral in the conflict. For that, both sides banished the Bats to the night, never to see the Sun again. In the present day, a young undersized Silverwing bat named Shade, in a fling of youthful impulsiveness, dares to violate that law. As a result, the Owls demand he be surrendered to them for punishment and when the colony elder, Freida, refuses, the Owls destroy the colony's home of Treehaven. In the resulting premature migration, Shade becomes separated on a island where he finds a new friend, a Brightwing bat named Marina. Together, they set about to rejoin Shade's colony, but events are unfolding that threaten all his people, and perhaps only the young bats can stop it" Written by Kenneth Chisholm (email@example.com)
Shade and Marina
IMDB Review: Silverwing: Not just for 'kids'!
24 January 2005, Author: tuftedpuffin from Canada
I had first heard of 'Silverwing' when it first started airing on Teletoon, however never did watch it. Recently I found the books for cheap at the thrift store and, after reading them, knew I had to see the series. I purchased a videotape containing every episode off of someone. I was expecting the storyline to be watered down, full of fillers, and to deviate far from the book.
What I saw was the exact opposite: 'Silverwing' is pure, epic action, straight from the beginning. The show, though changing small aspects of the book, remains very faithful to the overall flow of the original novels. The key points are all still there, and in some places, better explained. The animation is rather good for a TV series, and the voice-acting is bang-on.
'Silverwing' also has a very strong movie-feel to it. The tape I bought had all the episodes edited together with the beginning and end credits absent (except for the beginning and end of the entire tape), as well as all commercials cut. Each new episode began immediately where the last one left off. No jumping around (something Watership Down had a tendency of doing throughout the first two seasons).
Though this is a cartoon, it is not exactly for children. Younger kids might be frightened at times. As for adults, well, I'm 21 and hold Silverwing amongst my favourite TV shows of all time.