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Gene Starwind dreams of a life as an Outlaw, and fate smiles on him as he seems to suddenly wind up with a great job. But things go awry, and he finds himself the new owner of the fastest, most technologically advanced space ship in the galaxy. Unfortunately, it's stolen and the owners want it back Along with his partner Jim and the lovely Melfina, Gene must fight his way across the galaxy battling pirates, aliens and assassins as he attempts to discover the secrets of the Outlaw star. Written by
Outlaw Star is based on a 1997 manga series of the same name by Takehiko Ito. That series is, in turn, a spin-off of an earlier parody manga series, also by Ito, called Space Hero Tales ("Uchuu Eiyuu Monogatari," also known in English as "Future-Retro Hero Story"). The Outlaw Star anime series has its own spin-off TV series, Angel Links. See more »
When I first watched this series on Cartoon Network,it was one of the best shows since Gundam Wing,and Escaflowne. I did like it, it was pretty funny as well.I had to get this for my collection,and I did. But after buying the entire collection on DVD, it got a whole lot better. It was cool that they added some never before scenes. I also like all the funny jokes in the show like when Gene tries to kiss Jim in episode 9. I also liked the part where Gene dresses up like a girl to be in a fighting tournament. Those were the most funniest parts I've seen in the show. Another thing I liked in the show are the 2 characters Duuz, and Valeria(who we will see in the spin off,the Angel Links) I think it was cool to see them for the first time. Another thing I liked about the show is the theme song "Through the Night", that's one of my favorite songs in the show,and the 2nd ending theme"Tsuki No Le" What this show really tells us that the journey to fortune can be really rough. We all have to have a dream,and work hard to achieve that goal. The series features some great voice like:Wendy Lee,Michael McConnohie (famous for Transformers,and Vampire Hunter D, and Ultra Maniac),Ian Hawk,Steve Cannon,Zan,and others. So in closing,after this show,check out the spin off, Angel Links.You will see what I mean.
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