Curiosity and Frequently Asked Questions

New SAINT SEIYA OMEGA Series – Did they glance at our work?

Although Saint Seiya Rebirth is a non-profit and unofficial project, it spread all over the world, thanks to the adaptation in 4 languages (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese) and a successful story, as well as the realization, despite the limits of the budget.

This made us feel so happy, as well as the fact that maybe the authors could have glanced at our project during the realization of the new stories corcening Saint Seiya. We could not be more honored. Obviosuly, these are just assumptions but we would like to mention some examples.
Maybe these are just coincidences, given that Saint Seiya Rebirth has been written by a group of fans by imaging how previous series events would have evolved. Maybe it’s just a coincidence.
However, let’see a few little ones:

 in the third episode of Saint Seiya Rebirth, "The birth of a new Dragon", Shiryu and Shunrei are expecting a baby. In the Omega series they have a son but the name is different. In the Omega series their son is called Ryuho while in Saint Seiya Rebirth Shiryu wants to call him Dohko in honor of the master.
Furthermore, Dohko tells Kiki he will follow the deeds of Aries Mur, becoming a Gold Saint. In fact, in the Omega series Kiki is a Gold Saint of Aries.
 in the first episode we find Steel Saints, about which we didn’t talk anymore. In the new Omega series, one of the main characters will be Subaru, a steel saint.
 in general the setting of Saint Seiya Rebirth makes reference to the first series (before the Sanctuary Chapter) where locations are more urban and there’s more interaction among people, while from Sanctuary Chapter on, locations are more closed and just populated by saints. In Omega series the setting is similar to the one in the first series. This also happens in Saint Seiya Rebirth.
 In the first series of Omega the main villain is Apsu, the primordial God of Mesopotamia. While in the first series of Saint Seiya Rebirth the main villain is Baal, another primordial God of Mesopotamia.