The cause of the disappearances is never identified.
An introverted girl who has lost all of her friends, family, and memories, Mari is now in the care of her affectionate grandmother. But things are about to shift for Mari; she's enrolling in the all-girl's school Kaihou Academy, and is about to come face-to-face with an integral clue to that unknown nightmare from five years ago.
As Blue Drop continues, Mari meets her new roommate.... a peculiar girl with long, dark hair, whom upon their first meeting, suddenly feels a connection with the shy girl and her dramatic past. For all of the ruckus and clutter of being thrown into this mess of a social life, Mari can sense it, her new roommate Hagino knows something, but what is it? Hagino appears to be just another student, but upon closer look, a fragile but curious Mari senses a connection slightly deeper than she had first thought.
Licensed by Sentai Film works and distributed by Section23 Films, re-launched remnants of what was once ADV Films, Blue Drop is a thirteen episode anime series. Available on home video as a complete series DVD Set beginning November 17th, 2009 ($39.98), subtitled only, Blue Drop is a relatively straightforward program hoping to espy its little heroine come out of her shell little by little after meeting another young woman who may just be out of this world. Bonus features for this set release will include original Japanese promotional videos, TV spot, and an art gallery.
For Mari, it's a little bit scary not knowing what the past holds; but dipping her toes into he supernatural, after meeting someone new, may just force her to confront how surprising (and terrifying) her future might be.
on Section23 Films: Section23 Films provides home video marketing and distribution services for a variety of companies, including Sentai Filmworks, Switchblade Pictures, and AEsir Holdings. With its special focus on genre entertainment, Section23 Films distributes some a variety of anime, martial arts, and horror titles to the western market.