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Type S-VI Heavy Tank Salvar. Type M-III Armored Personnel Carrier Melvar. Delameya-class Assault Landing Craft. Earth — SN. Earth — Air.
Gamirasu — SN. By the time the third season of Yamato was released, the original voice actors were unable to be reached by the American production company.
The third season released as The Bolar Wars played to a small test market and was not as widely seen until its release on video and DVD.
It remains less popular than the first two seasons. Many of the original English voice actors have since been tracked down and interviewed for the more recent Star Blazers DVD releases.
The American dub version of Star Blazers series one and two aired in in Australia on the ABC National Television network. The series aired Monday through Friday at 5pm.
Christopher John reviewed Starblazers in Ares Magazine 8 and commented that " Starblazers is well worth more than one viewing, even if it is run at in the morning.
It may be the only chance you'll have to see a beautiful and exciting work of art. The series began release in North America on limited-edition DVDs and Blu-rays via Voyager Entertainment USA and Bandai Visual on February 27, , under the title Star Blazers in Japanese language with English Subtitles created by Bang Zoom!
The strong Japanese popularity of this remake, directed by Yutaka Izubuchi , has led to the production of an all-new animated feature film set within the year , during the return voyage to Earth , wherein our heroes encounter an advance fleet of the Comet Empire.
Funimation bought the rights to both remakes to create an English voiced dub. During the mids, Walt Disney Pictures optioned the rights with the intent to produce a Star Blazers live-action movie from producer Josh C.
An early draft of the script by Oscar-nominated writer Tab Murphy was leaked on the Internet in the late s. The project was abandoned by Disney following the departure of David Vogel, Disney's President of Production.
In April , it was announced that another attempt at creating a live-action version of the story would be made, but no movie ever came out of it.
A Space Battleship Yamato live-action movie was released in Japan on December 1, , produced by Toshiaki Nakazawa and Kazuya Hamana.
The film was directed by Takashi Yamazaki. In February , it was announced that an English-language live-action version was in the works. David Ellison 's Skydance Productions was in negotiations to acquire the rights.
By October , Deadline reported that McQuarrie was also attached as director of the film and as co-producer as well alongside Josh C.
Kline, David Ellison and Dana Goldberg, with Shouji Nizhizaki and Paul Schwake as executive producers for Skydance.
To date, four American comic adaptations have been published: a five-volume series retelling the original story, two comic book series, and, most recently, a webcomic.
The first adaptation was a set of books presenting the original first season in five volumes using the original cel animation.
Animation Comics. The books use digest footage that was already laid out and published for the Japanese market as " film comics ".
The translations relied heavily on the English dialog of Star Blazers, with minor modifications. The English language editions were printed in Japan and distributed by Books Nippan of Los Angeles, the American branch of Nippon Shuppan Hanbai.
The title of each book includes " Original Title: Space Cruiser Yamato " as a subtitle. The second adaptation actually two miniseries was published by Comico Comics in the late s and served as a postscript to the second season.
In addition to the reconstruction of Earth, the joint forces form a new intergalactic defense fleet with a new ship, Andromeda, to be its new symbol of power.
Earth is set on a path of military expansion despite Starsha Iscandar's wishes of peace, and developing new forms of wave motion gun despite the agreement between Starsha and the crew of the Yamato.
When a new threat called Gatlantis, also known as the White Comet Empire, starts to wreak havoc on a newly reformed galaxy, the goddess Teressa calls upon the Yamato once more in order to fight back against the new threat.
The film series was first teased by producer Shoji Nishizaki in the Yamato Crew Report Magazine, stating that production of the sequel is in development.
But added that it wasn't yet greenlighted. It was later confirmed that director Nobuyoshi Habara, best known for the Fafner in the Azure anime and Fukui Harutoshi, the author of the Novel series Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn will both direct and write the film series.
Later on, the first teaser video of the film series was released. Bandai Visual then later confirmed that the film will be released in both theaters in Japan as well as in several video streaming services in a limited basis.
In December , the official website confirmed that Kenjiro Tsuda will replace Keiji Fujiwara as Isami Enomoto while Hiroshi Kamiya and Masaki Terasoma were added as part of the cast.
The second film was released on June 24, the third released on October 14, ,  while the fourth film is released on January 27, As with the first series, Space Battleship Yamato , Voyager Entertainment and Funimation both licensed the series in North American territories, which commenced weekly streaming with an English-dubbed version via Funimation and an English Subtitled version via Crunchyroll on May 9, Space Battleship Yamato Warriors of Love was released in Japanese theaters and on video streaming services starting February 25, , with Blu-Ray Releases following after the film's limited release.
The TV version of the film series was broadcast on TV between October 6,  and March 30, It was Xebec's final anime series.
An ongoing novel adaptation by Yuka Minakawa was published by Kadokawa under the Kadokawa Shoten imprint on October 13, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Yamato Great Yamato No. It sends a message to the Argo ordering those on board to leave the ship and return to their posts immediately.
Derek Wildstar acknowledges the message, but says the Star Force is made up of volunteers, so the crew might not obey. Meanwhile, Mark Venture meets with Dr.
Sane and Nova at Captain Avatar's memorial and discusses his concerns about whether or not to go. Sane replies that the Star Force itself is special -- the crew is willing to take risks even if it isn't sure of the outcome.
The EDF's commander contacts the Argo one last time asking the Star Force to abandon its mission or risk being branded as mutineers, but Wildstar says they are taking off anyway.
As the Argo begins to move, Venture appears on the bridge and handles the ship's departure. Meanwhile, the EDF, on its commander's orders, launches unarmed magnet missiles, two of which attach to the Argo.
The ship starts its Wave Motion Engine and breaks free of the missiles. Using one of its battle satellites, the EDF tries to stop the Star Force, but the Argo destroys the satellite.
The EDF's commander allows the Argo to enter space, secretly wishing its crew luck even though they are now considered rebels.
As the Argo continues its journey to space, the trip is uneventful until the ship encounters three fighters from the moon's base station.
Wildstar orders the bridge crew to their combat stations, then realizes that the fighter group is the Black Tiger squadron, led by his old crewmate Conroy.
The Black Tigers have abandoned the moon base to join the Argo. Wildstar then discovers Nova on the ship. He admits he wanted her to stay on Earth for her own safety.
Nova replies that she's a Star Force member too, and she wanted to go on the mission regardless of the danger. In the distance, Conroy sees the Andromeda and alerts Wildstar.
Realizing the Argo is no match for the Andromeda, Wildstar heads for an asteroid belt near Jupiter. The Argo loses the Andromeda in the belt, but Gideon maneuvers his ship around the belt and meets the Argo on the other side.
Gideon orders Wildstar to return, but he refuses. The Argo and the Andromeda approach each other on a collision course, but when Gideon sees the Star Force's determination to continue its mission, he holds his fire.
Similar to their first encounter, the two ships narrowly pass each other, and the Andromeda lets the Argo continue.
Gideon sends a message to the Argo complimenting Wildstar and the rest of the Star Force on their courage and dedication. Just outside the Earth's solar system, the Argo receives a distress call from nearby Planet Brumas.
Derek Wildstar recognizes the planes attacking the planet as the same ones that flew over Earth during the blackout. The Argo attacks the planes in outer space while Space Marines stationed on the planet make their stand.
After defeating the enemy planes, Wildstar sends the Argo's Astro Fighters to the surface, where they destroy the enemy tanks and take the Space Marines on board.
Sandor analyzes the tank remnants and verifies that the metal alloy comprising them isn't that of Earth or Gamilon, thus Earth is facing a new enemy.
Wildstar reports this to the Earth Defense Force commander, who pardons the Star Force and places them under his command.
The Space Marines cause a flurry of problems for the Argo's crew, including disrepecting Nova's authority and literally creating a mess in the mess hall.
Two sub-space submarines from the Comet Empire then attack the Argo. The Star Force destroys the submarines, but they still don't know what kind of enemy they are facing.
Sandor has the ship land on a planet so the damage can be repaired. Meanwhile, the Argo's crew and the Space Marines get into a brawl and Wildstar and Sergeant Knox, the Space Marines' leader, get into a fist fight, which Dr.
Sane breaks up. Sane says that Knox has to adjust to not only having been defeated at Brumas, but also to having had to relinquish command to Wildstar.
On the Argo's bridge, the crew receive a garbled message from Telezart, but they are able to at least extract navigational coordinates from the message.
The Star Force sets course for Telezart. As the Star Force reaches the coordinates from Trelaina's last message, it receives a new message.
The Argo warps to the new coordinates, but finds itself in the middle of a space cyclone. When the ship reaches the middle of the space cyclone, however, the Star Force finds the remnants of several ships that never made it out.
The Space Marines grow restless. Sane prescribes the holography room as treatment for them. Meanwhile, the crew discovers that the center of the cyclone accelerates time, aging everyone's uniforms -- and the ship -- to where they are disintegrating.
To make matters worse, a Comet Empire fleet has launched an attack on the Argo. Trelaina then radios new coordinates to the Argo, allowing it to exit the cyclone -- and the time trap -- and counterattack.
Wildstar makes contact with the Earth Defense Force but reports he hasn't been able to find out more about the Comet Empire.
The EDF says that so far, nobody on Earth knows that the Comet Empire is more than just a comet. The Star Force then sees a Comet Empire ship, and Wildstar orders that the pilot be taken prisoner.
Sane runs some tests on the captured pilot, he discovers that the data are nearly identical to one of the Argo's crew members. The Star Force tries to interrogate the pilot, but he refuses to talk.
The pilot then escapes, but Wildstar orders the crew to let him go, then tracks the pilot to the Comet Empire's fleet.
The Comet Empire refuses to allow the pilot to return. Wildstar radios the pilot, offering him asylum. Unsure of what to do, the pilot identifies himself as "Mazor" but crashes his plane into the side of the Argo, leaving the crew wondering if he had intended to land or attack.
Wildstar then orders the Argo into the midst of the Comet Empire's fleet, and the ships destroy each other attempting to fire on the Argo.
As the Argo continues to Telezart, it receives another message from Trelaina warning them of a meteor swarm.
The crew verifies the swarm, which proves that Trelaina intends to help them. Back on Earth, the large comet is expected to arrive in one hundred days, prompting Captain Gideon to request five more ships similar to the Andromeda.
Earth's population also begins to get suspicious when all non-defense space flights are grounded. The Argo encounters the meteor swarm, discovering that the meteors are absorbing the ship's speed and slowing it down.
It then encounters enemy fire and uses the meteors to create a defensive shield around the ship. However, the meteors form a whirlpool that drains the Argo's energy.
Believing the ship defenseless, the Comet Empire fleet attacks again, but -- thanks to Sandor -- the Argo is able to use its Wave Motion Gun to defeat the fleet.
The Star Force then receives a message from an old enemy -- Gamilon Leader Desslok. Desslok of Gamilon sets his plan into action against the Star Force.
After his initial plan to defeat the Star Force fails, Desslok of Gamilon implements one more trap The Star Force arrives at Telezart and look for Trelaina.
The Star Force defeats the last of the Comet Empire's resistance at Telezart and finally meets with the mysterious Trelaina.
The Star Force learns of the true nature and threat of the White Comet, Trelaina's dark past, and are ordered to return home to help fight the oncoming threat.
But Venture may have other ideas The Argo prepares to leave Telezart, but will Venture choose to stay with Trelaina on her doomed planet? Trelaina fights the Comet Empire alone.
The Star Force wonders about Venture's sanity in light of Trelaina's death, the Comet Empire and Earth gather their forces for war, and Desslok makes a daring escape.
Knox returns to Planet Brumas, the site where the Star Force rescued the Space Marines, as Captain Gideon anxiously awaits the Argo rejoining the fleet.
Captain Gideon meets with the Earth Defense Force's fleet, saying he has a plan to force the Comet Empire to meet them at Jupiter. Afterward, he meets privately with Wildstar, telling him to attack the Empire's carrier fleet from the rear.
Gideon says that the EDF's fleet doesn't stand a chance unless the carriers are destroyed. In addition, Gideon asks Wildstar to ensure that any retreating ships flee toward Saturn, since that is where the rest of the force will be waiting.
Wildstar acknowledges the plan and briefs his crew, stressing the importance of radio -- and even radar -- silence so they don't give themselves away.
Once the Argo is in position, and after it locates the enemy, Wildstar leads the Argo's Black Tigers in an attack on the Empire's carriers.
The attack catches the enemy by surprise, and the Star Force manages to destroy the entire carrier fleet. Wildstar then has the Argo head to Saturn to join the other EDF ships against the Comet Empire's main fleet.
The Earth Defense Fleet battles the Comet Empire's advanced fleet, taking heavy damage before Captain Gideon takes the Andromeda and the rest of the fleet into the rings of Saturn.
There, the tide turns and the EDF forces the Comet Empire's fleet to retreat. Suddenly, the Comet Empire appears next to the Argo, inflicting heavy damage and causing a fire in the engine room.
Sandor and Orion work to contain the fire while Derek Wildstar orders the crew to abandon ship. When Wildstar goes to check on Sandor and Orion, however, he is seriously injured.
Meanwhile, the Andromeda's fleet battles the Comet Empire, only to discover that their weapons are having no effect. The Comet Empire wipes out the Earth Defense Fleet.
With the Andromeda heavily damaged, Gideon radios a message to the Star Force suggesting it attack the Empire from below. The Andromeda is then destroyed.
With the Argo the only ship in the Earth Defense Force remaining, the Star Force returns to the ship and hurries to make repairs.
Sandor has the Argo land at the Ganymede base on Jupiter. Wildstar, who is recovering from his injuries, wakes up in a bed in the infirmary.
When IQ-9 tells him about what happened to the Andromeda and how the repairs are going, he tries to get up, but Nova has IQ-9 forcibly return the captain to his bed.
Sane also orders him to get some rest. On Earth, news of the Earth Defense Force's defeat at Saturn, as well as the Argo's disappearance, causes mass panic among the population.
Zordar demands the Earth's unconditional surrender and, in a show of force, destroys the moon. To avoid being annihilated, the Earth is forced to comply.
Upon hearing of the Earth's decision, Wildstar pulls himself out of bed and addresses his crew, rallying them to fight.
With all repairs completed, the Argo blasts off for Earth. Wildstar orders a warp to take the Argo to the Comet Empire. When the Argo reaches the coordinates, however, the Star Force discovers that the Comet Empire is headed to Earth, while they find themselves quickly surrounded by Gamilons, led by Desslok.
Wildstar tries to convince Desslok not to attack, but Desslok sends his entire fleet after the Argo, heavily damaging the Argo's landing dock and surrounding the ship.
Wildstar points the Argo at Desslok's ship, intending to use the Wave Motion Gun against it. Just as the gun reaches full charge, however, Desslok transports several space mines directly in front of it, preventing the Star Force from using the gun.
Wildstar then has the Argo do a small space warp, causing his ship to ram Desslok's. He then leads a boarding party onto Desslok's ship.
Meanwhile, Nova is nearly hit by gunfire outside the Argo. Venture rescues Nova but is knocked off the ship and into space, presumably dead.
The episode ends with Wildstar, having been injured by falling debris, holding Desslok and his aide at gunpoint.
Although badly wounded and bleeding, Wildstar confronts Desslok on his ship. Desslok prepares for a duel, but Wildstar collapses from the loss of blood before he can fire.
Having followed Wildstar, Nova rushes to his side, confessing her love for him and for the Earth.
Realizing that Nova and Wildstar love Earth as much as he loves Gamilon, Desslok lowers his weapon, giving them a piece of advice as he leaves: the Star Force attacked Gamilon at its weakest point, from underneath.
He suggests they attack the Comet Empire the same way. Wildstar learns of Venture's fate and briefly mourns the loss, then finds out about the Earth's decision.
Since the Comet Empire is in the water, Wildstar decides to submerge and attack it from below, using the suggestion from both Desslok and Gideon.
However, the Argo only has torpedoes, as the attack on Desslok's ship rendered the main guns and the Wave Motion Gun unusable. Meanwhile, in space, Trelaina recovers Venture's body and discovers he is unconscious, but just barely alive.
A surrender party launches from Earth to meet the Comet Empire. Wildstar sends a message to the surrender party advising them of the Argo's attack and to clear the area around the Empire.
As the Argo launches torpedoes against the Comet Empire, Zordar orders the Empire to be launched. The Argo pursues the Empire, positioning itself out of range of its guns, and maneuvers itself below the Empire.
Sandor discovers the Empire's weak spot: an opening in the base from where the Empire's planes are being launched. Wildstar leads an attack team through the opening, but Sandor is hit and unable to walk.
Knox, the leader of the Space Marines, says he'll finish the mission himself as a way of thanking the Star Force for rescuing them.
He attaches bombs to the Empire's energy source, then detonates them, rendering the Empire unable to move.
Meanwhile, Zordar escapes with Invidia, Dire and Gorse in a new space fortress. Zordar's space fortress launches an assault on the Argo, heavily damaging it and injuring several of its crew.
As the Star Force watches helplessly, Zordar attacks the Earth. Meanwhile, Trelaina uses her life force to bring Mark Venture back to life.
Derek Wildstar orders the crew evacuated from the Argo. He boards the last remaining evacuation ship, but activates its autopilot and jumps off at the last minute.
On board the Argo, he prepares it for its final trip -- a collision course with Zordar's ship. Suddenly, he sees Nova, who decided to remain to help him.
As Wildstar and Nova steer the Argo toward Zordar's ship, they receive a communication from Trelaina, who is holding an unconscious -- but alive -- Venture.
Trelaina returns Venture to the Argo, then says that Wildstar doesn't need to sacrifice the ship; she will fight Zordar. When Trelaina appears, Zordar stops his attack and tries to retreat, but Trelaina destroys his ship, sacrificing herself in the process.
Wildstar and Nova salute Trelaina, and the Argo returns to Earth. As a war rages on between two factions outside of Earth's solar system, Cadet Jason Jetter sees his parents off on a sightseeing tour of space.
However, a stray missile from the war strikes and destroys the space tour bus and also hits the sun.
On Earth, Jason learns that he will be assigned to the rebuilt Argo. He meets Captain Derek Wildstar, who assigns him to KP duty, much to his chagrin.
Wildstar learns that he will be in command of the rebuilt Argo and is reunited with former shipmates Sandor and Mark Venture. He is also given an assignment: the activity on the sun has ramped up so much that, left unchecked, it will destroy the Earth in one year and the entire solar system in three.
The Star Force is charged with finding a new planet for Earth's inhabitants. Knowing Jason is unhappy with the assignment, Derek goads the cadet into sparring with him to vent his frustrations.
He then consoles Jason on the loss of his parents, saying he too lost his family a long time ago. Derek also says he assigned Jason to such a lowly position so the cadet could prove himself to him and the rest of the crew.
Jason accepts the assignment and the challenge, and he and Derek become like brothers. On board the Argo, Commander Wildstar meets former shipmate Cory Conroy.
Derek shows Conroy the new Cosmo Tiger fighter, being piloted by Cadet Flash Contrail. In the mess hall, they meet Flash briefly before Derek receives orders to send Flash back home.
Mark Venture briefs the crew on where they plan to look for a new planet, but Derek says that beyond a certain point they don't know what to expect.
The ongoing war between the two factions intrudes into Earth's solar system, prompting the Earth Defense Force commander to order the Argo to launch sooner than the six days Wildstar said he needed to prepare for departure.
Meanwhile, the increasing solar activity creates more havoc on the Earth. When Flash gets home, he argues with his father, who wants him to take over the family business.
Flash's ill mother implores his father to let him return to the Star Force so he can be happy. During the ongoing war outside of Earth's solar system, one of the ships mistakenly warps to Earth's atmosphere, heading directly for the Argo's location.
The Earth Defense Force alerts Commander Wildstar, who sends the Cosmo Tigers to investigate. Episode Guide.
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