It's the dawn of the Golden Age of Aviation on planet Prester, and retro-futuristic sky vehicles known as vanships dominate the horizon. Claus Valca - a flyboy born with the right stuff - ... See full summary »
Set in 1955, the anime follows the story of seven teenagers locked in a reformatory, waiting for a ray of light in a daily hell of suffering and humiliation, focusing especially on how they faced the life once regained freedom.
Gungrave follows the story of best friends Brandon Heat and Harry MacDowell as they join and rise in the ranks of Big Daddy's Millenion crime syndicate. The story begins in the future ... See full summary »
In a post-apocalyptic world set a thousand years after our era, the remaining humans, now with telekinesis, live in a seemingly peaceful society, but dark secrets of the past will soon be discovered by a small group of friends.
This begins sequel to Crest of the Stars, one of the greatest anime of all time.
Banner to the Stars begins with a reunion of Lafiel and Jinto after three years of separation. They are aboard a warship and a nasty war is on. There is interesting crew to interact with. There's even a cat. As with nearly all wonderful love stories a war constantly intrudes into their yet to be consummated intimate relationship.
Lafiel is in command of the ship but she doesn't possess all the skills necessary to make a great captain. So there's lots of training going on initially. That allows the crew to get accustomed to each other. Lafiel starts out a bit on the cranky side because of her lack of skills. The crew is basically terrified of her because when the Imperial Princess is cranky another location would be nice to go to but their aboard a space ship so.... Don't miss this wonderful saga.
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