The future of humanity is in peril, as they are confronted with the threat of an intergalactic clash with a warrior-like alien race, and the only one who can save them is... Captain Tylor?! Join a crew of misfits and rejects including an alcoholic doctor, a gorgeous nurse, an anal-retentive commander and a bunch of really stupid marines as they try to make it out in space and to discover whether their captain is a misunderstood genius or a total moron like he seems to be.
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 Akito Tenkawa went looking for answers about his parents' deaths, he had no idea that he'd be indoctrinated into the spaceship Nadesico not only as a cook, but also as a mecha pilot – a job he wants nothing to do with! Alongside his childhood friend Yurika, stoic Ruri, otaku Gai and other misfit crewmates, Akito and the Nadesico crew find themselves in the middle of a brutal war against both the dreaded Jovian Lizards, and the military itself, who wants the civilian ship under their control...
Quite similar shows. Daily life on spaceships, primarily comedy, but enough seriousness to keep you caring about what directions the plot and politics take during the more consequential episodes. Plenty of lovable characters Similar animation style as well. Both solid shows, especially for those looking for a light hearted but semi-serious space series.
In a far and distant future, men and women have become mortal enemies. Each living on seperate planets, an interstellar war is being fought between the two very different peoples. Hibiki, a mere 3rd class worker, finds himself in the middle of a huge space battle, facing the nemesis of mankind: Womankind!
Space adventures, Girls, Boys, Lots of laughs... And whit these series things never get too serious.
Vandread is about Girls and boys why do silly things in space.
And Tylor is about silly captain who does stubid stuff in space.
Like ridiculously fun and silly shows set in outer space? Both Vandread and Irresponsible Captain Tylor are good bets.
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.
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.
Gene Starwind and Jim Hawkins make a living on various jobs and bounties. While waiting for their ticket to hit it big time, a mysterious woman named Hilda leaves them with a key to the puzzle of finding a starship of great power, known only as the Outlaw Star. What are these long lost spaceships and what is the Galactic Leyline?
They're both relatively light but not brainless action and adventure through space sorts of series. Tylor hooks you into the characters a bit more, but if you had fun watching one, they're similar enough that you'd probably enjoy the other, too.
If adventuring around space is your thing these 2 shows are for you. Granted their plots are pretty different Tylor being military based and Outlaw Star being about mercenaries, but 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.