Final Fantasy Compendium

Chances are that most people haven't heard of this four-part OAV (Original Animation Video) series which made it to US shores in 1994. The story of the anime, called "Final Fantasy: Legend Of The Crystals", is based on that of FF5. However, the director of the anime is Rin Taro; the rest of the credits have nothing to do with the main FF series. My impression is that Hironobu Sakaguchi and Nobuo Uematsu had veto power for this production, but no active hand in it. Therefore, it's not technically a FF production. However, since the anime does follow the FF world fairly well, I've included it in this site.

Releases:






1987 Marvel Colossal Conflicts Non-sport Card #29 Hellfire Club  picture
1987 Marvel Colossal Conflicts Non-sport Card #29 Hellfire Club
$7.0


Digimon Card Game Bt1-096 Hellfire (r Rare) Booster New Evolution (bt-01) picture
Digimon Card Game Bt1-096 Hellfire (r Rare) Booster New Evolution (bt-01)
$11.87


Uncanny X-men #208 (1986) - Hellfire & Nimrod App picture
Uncanny X-men #208 (1986) - Hellfire & Nimrod App
$20.0


Dark Shadows #13 Hellfire picture
Dark Shadows #13 Hellfire
$1.99


Cable #51 (marvel Feb 1998 Vol 1) Fn   -  Hellfire Hunt Part 4 picture
Cable #51 (marvel Feb 1998 Vol 1) Fn - Hellfire Hunt Part 4
$1.99



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