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In 2137 AD, the sun released a massive flare across the solar system, creating the Geduld, a dense field of plasma and debris. In the midst of a routine descent into the Geduld's upper layers, the training ship Liebe Delta is crippled by a terrorist attack, killing the trainers and command crew - and exposing the vessel’s military secrets, which may hold the survivors’ only hope. With nowhere to hide from their darkest fears, the young trainees must work together to navigate the ravages of a solar system filled with mysterious, powerful foes. Yet, as the ship is forced into greater isolation and its inhabitants become increasingly desperate, they must struggle to survive against not only the forces that pursue them relentlessly... but also each other.
a bit less fun, but still an excellent spaceship crew styled anime is infinite ryvius... also manage to save the day against all odds
While the tone of IR and ICT are definitely different (IR being very depressing, and ICT being a light hearted comedy), both definitely seem to have the same kind of a feeling to them. Character development is a big part of both of these, and conveniently, both happen to also have a somewhat similar plot: a crew of misfits aboard a ship where they really don't belong. I definitely prefer IR over ICT because I prefer depressing type dramas, whereas others might enjoy ICT more because of the comedy aspect. Regardless, I think both of these are a good recommendation for the other.
These two animes share a common bond, both have a crew made up of many different people taking over a new ship, what goes on is a series of confrontations between new enemies from both outside and inside. Both animes show the relationships that grow in outspace, and how life long friendships can turn into bitter rivalries. (side note) Ryvius takes a more depressing turn, while Tylor goes through a more comical route with serious uptones.
Having recently dropped out of law school, where he had finished the graduation requirements but didn't actually graduate, Kintaro Oe is on a new self-driven quest for knowledge. His adventures will lead him to a variety of workplaces including a computer firm, noodle shop, and even an animation studio, where his seemingly perverse attitude always tends to get him into trouble with the opposite sex. The moral of the story? Study! Study! Study!
You might like Golden Boy if you liked Tylor as there is a similar theme of a young man with an unique attitude paving his own path.
Everybody knows about the traditional luck of fools. Human with this ability manage to make incredible things without even thinking about it. Tylor and Kintaro are the typical representative of such character. They both don't think much about reasons of their behavior. But people trying to measure them by own yardstick find out that it's impossible to explain what they have on their minds. By all means Tylor and Kintaro have the gift of pleasing which helps them to become friend almost with everybody around them.
Both Golden Boy and Captain Tylor are great comedies which except similar main characters have many funny moments including men and women relationship. Maybe after watching these films you could find out what’s the matter with this traditional luck of fools and how can you make happy all women in the world.
The main characters have many similarities in these two. The early captain Tylor is a futuristic replica of Kintaro.
The war between the monarchical Galactic Empire and the democratic Free Planets Alliance has raged ceaselessly across the galaxy for over a century, with the fleets of both powers having fought countless battles. Currently the conflict revolves around the strategic Iserlohn Corridor, one of only two passages of space through which the two forces can access each other. Here the Empire has built the nigh-impregnable Iserlohn Fortress, whose deadly weaponry has thwarted repeated efforts by the Alliance to capture her. Phezzan, a neutral mercantile state, controls the other corridor. The long war has resulted in an indecisive stalemate, but there are two men from the two worlds who will change everything: Wen-Li Yang, a gifted strategist from the Alliance who wants nothing more than to retire and be a historian; and Reinhard von Lohengramm, a man from the Empire whose ambition knows no bounds. Their loves, struggles, triumphs and failures play across an interstellar stage of intrigue, war and death.
These are very different shows with Tylor being a silly comedy and LOTGH being a serious political war drama in space, but both of them deal with viewing how both sides see and think of the war at hand. We get to experiance their different attitudes, tactics, chain of commands and general lifestyles. Yang Wen-Li and Tylor also have some similar carefree traits.
These series are both set in space and are about challenges faced during war.If you enjoyed the gallivanting ways of Captain Tylor, you will probably identify with Yang Wenli (or vice versa). Both protagonists are off-beat quirky heroes that are enjoyable from beginning to finish. Captain Tylor is on the comedic side, whereas Legend of the Galactic Heroes takes a more serious note.
Both titles are space adventures following 2 conflicting sides. LotGH is WAY more serious than Irresponsible Captain Tylor but Tylor is like Yang's younger clueless brother. Both seem to get out of hairy situations with ease yet Yang uses his brain where Tylor uses sheer luck mostly. Check out one if you liked the other.
When Kane Blueriver, Milly, and Canal seek out wealth aboard the star ship Sword Breaker, many mishaps will ensue, as these trouble contracters take on bounty cases across the universe. That is, until Kane discovers the secret behind his grandmother's ship and the ever expanding threat of Nightmare, an evil crime syndicate that wants to rule the universe.
This series is another along the same lines as Captain Tylor, where it's a lot of just slap-stick humor as well as one huge underlying story.
If adventuring around space is your thing these 2 shows are for you. Both shows revolve around a crew that will go through great lengths to achieve their goals with some great comedy along the way. Check either title out if you liked the other.
"Labors" are large construction robots that are now being used to commit crimes. To meet the challenge, Special Vehicle (SV) units are established by the Tokyo PD. However, the Second SV unit is a total joke. Determined to change this, Izumi and Shinohara become pilots of the new Ingram 98 police labors, and are determined to change that reputation, with the help of the SV-2 gang of misfits.
While Tylor and Patlabor are vastly different in terms of setting, they are similar in that they're both about "Misfits/ Losers who Save the Day". Both shows have a lighthearted approach to storytelling, though Tylor is more outright comedic compared to Patlabor.
I guess it's all about the uniforms. In addition to the way being part of a military/police force forces a certain degree of conformity (yes, extant even with tylor's informal way of things), these both through a nice amount of comedy in. Both patlabour and tylor manage to advance the plot at a satisfying pace, while leaving room for frequent lighter installments.