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Galilei Donna

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Shingo ADACHI Character Design
Yasuomi UMETSU Director
Shiroh HAMAGUCHI Music

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Bluray out, waiting on subs Alistoru 13 Jun 26, 2014
Shorter Series~ quietfragility 58 May 31, 2014
Might pick up again skyphoenix 18 Apr 30, 2014
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Last Exile: Fam, the Silver Wing

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Apart from their respective plethoras of flying machines, Fam and Galilei Donna both focus on a group of girls living in a world with a dark political backdrop & widespread resource shortages. Fam is different enough from the original Last Exile that seeing one before the other isn't necessary--so, if you enjoyed Galilei Donna or Fam, I think you'd enjoy the other!

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Steamboy

Steamboy
  • Movie (1 ep x 126 min)
  • 2005

As London prepares for the first World Expo, the young Ray Steam receives a package containing the Steam Ball, a small and incredibly powerful engine containing hyper-pressurized steam. Developed by Ray’s father and grandfather in America under the supervision of (and funded by) the O’Hara Foundation, the Steam Ball could prove to be an asset to civilization or a great danger. But after Ray finds out that the Steam Ball must not fall into the O’Hara Foundation’s hands, he sets forth on a mission to keep the item safe and away from those who would use it to fuel a brutal war...

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If you like stories about normal characters in steampunky settings, both Galilei Donna and Steamboy are good choices. Steamboy is more realistic-looking and set in a past century, GD is cuter and more futuristic. However, the "science being comandeered by evil corporations" atmosphere is common to both. If you liked one, you might like the other.