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Space Travelers: The Animation

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In the year S.A. 038, the ORS (the Orbital Ring System) invaded and conquered the world as we know it. These unknown assailants crippled the Earth, destroyed the United Cosmic Fleet of planets, and cut off the colonies from the home planet, all in only three days! The only people brave enough to bypass the ORS' security are those who act as mercenaries, traveling between the Earth and colonies with information and goods -- for a profit, of course! For Jet and his crew, their most important mission is suddenly at hand -- but can they survive long enough to save the day?

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Name Role
Mitsuru BAKUTO Character Design
Takashi UI Director
Toshiyuki WATANABE Music
Kenichiro ZAIZEN Producer
Hirotsugu USUI Producer
Toru HORIBE Producer

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Space Travelers: The Animation sothis 4/10 Nov 28, 2004

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If a ragtag crew fighting bad guys and traveling space is your thing, Tylor and Space Travelers will definitely amuse you. Granted, Tylor is longer and better, but if you need some action packed space scenes, either one of these will work. Try it out!

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Vandread is admittely much better, with an actual plot, plenty of space action and lots of humor to boot. If you liked Space Travelers, you'll probably enjoy Vandread even more!
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