OK, let’see if my memory still works (I was in the Seiya fan network in the 80’s, folks!) :
Let’s see, I remember FOUR Seiya movies (please remember, the Japanese tend to call ANYTHING a movie, if it’s made for theatrical release, even if it’s as short as a TV episode.)
In the first, they fight Ares’ sister, Eris, who possesses Hyoga’s girlfriend;
In the second, they fight in Asgard, but not the same Saints from the TV episodes. My understanding is that the movie is NOT connected to the TV series, since the situation there was different (Asgard was abandoned). I was told the movie was a test of ideas that was later used in the TV show. I could be wrong on all this, of course.
In the third movie, they fight Athena’s evil brother… whose name escapes me now. (I didn’t see it.) The curious thing here, he did NOT die in the end, unlike the other Seiya villains.
In the FOURTH movie, they fight Lucifer and the Fallen Archangels, who escaped from Hell after absorbing power from the spirits of the deceased evil gods from the three previous movies (mistake here, since Athena’s brother didn’t die.) BTw, Lucifer appeared as a very handsome angel… at least until he got mad!
I stopped my contacts with the rest of the fan clubs at this time, so I dunno if there were any more movies.
Oh, as for the actual PLOTS of the movies… they were ALWAYS the same (Evil god captures Athena, Saints fight evil saints to rescue her, etc. Good lord, they even always managed to somehow have to CLIMB STAIRS before fighting the Evil God! How a series so creative in some ways could be so repetitive in others is beyond me!)
If I have gotten any of this wrong, someone please correct me (with proof, of course!)
PS: Ren, I’ll take Cygnus if isn’t already taken, thanks.