List of Red vs. Blue media

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Red vs. Blue, often abbreviated as RvB, is a comic science fiction video web series created by Rooster Teeth Productions and distributed through the Internet and on DVD. The story centers on two opposing teams of soldiers fighting a civil war in the middle of a desolate box canyon (Blood Gulch), in a parody of first-person shooter (FPS) games, military life, and science fiction films. Initially intended to be a short series of six to eight episodes, the project quickly and unexpectedly achieved significant popularity following its Internet premiere on April 1, 2003. In its run, the series has had ten full seasons and five mini-series that extended the series' plot. The fifth season of the original Blood Gulch Chronicles series ended with episode 100, released on June 28, 2007. Three mini-series—Out of Mind, Recovery One, and Relocated —and the three-part Recollection trilogy containing the full-length Reconstruction (2008), Recreation (2009) and Revelation (2010) series (Seasons 6-8) have extended the plot. The Project Freelancer saga began with Season 9 (2011) and follows two separate stories: a continuation to the Recollection trilogy and a prequel set before the events of The Blood Gulch Chronicles. The two stories are continued in two further mini-series - MIA and Where There's a Will, There's a Wall - and concluded in Season 10 (2012). Burnie Burns confirmed in What's Trending that the series will continue with Season 11, which premiered on June 14, 2013.

Main series[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Season 2[edit]

Season 3[edit]

Season 4[edit]

Season 5[edit]

Reconstruction (Season 6)[edit]

Recreation (Season 7)[edit]

Revelation (Season 8)[edit]

Season 9[edit]

Season 10[edit]

Season 11[edit]

Miniseries[edit]

Title Date Episodes Notes
Red vs. Blue: Out of Mind June 16, 2006 – October 3, 2006 5 Set between season 4 and 5
Red vs. Blue: Recovery One October 28, 2007 – December 7, 2007 4 Set immediately after Out of Mind, it was released after Season 5.
Red vs. Blue: Relocated February 9, 2009 – March 9, 2009 4 Set between season 6 and 7
Red vs. Blue: MIA November 13, 2011 - December 17, 2011 6 Set within season 9, it was at the end of season 9
Red vs. Blue: Where There's a Will, There's a Wall April 14, 2012 - April 28, 2012 3 Also set within season 9 and released between season 9 and 10

References[edit]

  1. ^ This seems to contradict a statement made by Simmons in Season 2, when he claims the negative emotion centre of his brain was removed during his cyborg operation.
  2. ^ This does however contradict the fact that Church is in fact a machine (he is a ghost inhabiting a robot body) and cannot get sick either.
  3. ^ The soliloquy was heavily abbreviated for the low-resolution videos, accounting for the difference in run times. It was also cut entirely for the DVD release.
  4. ^ Doc's comments about the "green light" of his medical device causing impotency, and Church's reply, ignore (or perhaps reference) the fact that Church is a ghost inhabiting a robot's body
  5. '^ Episode 77 was released to coincide with Red vs. Blues third anniversary.
  6. ^ During this scene, Church mentions that it has been "like an hour" since Junior has been born.
  7. ^ When Grif states that the canyon is getting dark as an excuse to go inside, Simmons meta-references the lifespan of Red vs. Blue by arguing that it hasn't gotten dark in 3 years. The first episode debuted 3 years previously, in 2003.
  8. ^ A fourth member of Tex's division called Carolina is mentioned, who Tex confirms as dead.
  9. ^ In this conversation, it is revealed that 3 days have passed since episode 78, as Doc states that Junior is 3 days old
  10. ^ At one point in this episode, Church and Tucker have a dialog echoing the conversation atop Red Base between Grif and Simmons in episode 1.
  11. ^ As the episode fades to black, Church questions why something dramatic takes place "every five minutes", in meta-reference to how the most recent episodes of Red vs. Blue have commonly ended with a cliffhanger.
  12. ^ It is implied that if the ship was destroyed, it would have killed all aboard, as well as Gary, as he is isolated behind Sheila's firewall at the time.
  13. ^ Reconstruction Chapter 3 commentary.
  14. ^ Probably remembering his infection by O'Malley while in a cave.