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StarZinger

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Deep in the center of the universe, the galactic energy which controls all living things has become weak, causing plants, stones, and living beings to turn into deadly monsters. With time running out, only one woman has the ability to save the universe: the moon princess Aurora. Along with the cyborg Jan Cogo, hungry Hakka and brainiac Jogo, she sets out to the Great King planet to restore the galactic energy and save the galaxy!

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Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
StarZinger II TV 1979 TBD
StarZinger Movie Movie 1979 TBD
Name Role
Yugo SERIKAWA Director
Shunsuke KIKUCHI Music

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Top 5 Nunun 18 Nov 12, 2010
Top 5 Want to watch Lorven 5 Sep 24, 2009
all my animes i've watched or whant to see sonnyman17 70 Jul 18, 2009
rdubon watched StarZinger at 64 of 64 episodes
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miaka
If you liked StarZinger then maybe you should like Gundam Wing. StarZinger is about 4 persons (handpicked buy coincidence)whom try to get along and fight together. the same is it about Gundam Wing the guys just meet in some strange way.
kamirura
Fighting for love? Fighting for you princess? Isn't that what we all do? Just like Cogo, Haka and Darco is doing, thé guys in this series Gundam wing is too. But instead of ships they have robots. And they try to bring peace to the univers just like the crew on Queen Cosmos. If you want dramatic moments and alot of cyber fighting this is something for you. And of course Gundam Wing got a newer toutch to it since it's many years younger ;)

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kamirura
This is another one in the row of old classic animes. To me these two series are really similar in style and content. Except that starzinger is abit more space focused. Just like Starzinger, Space Adventure Cobra got the blond long haired girls, the hero who is kinda stuborn but strong. I really recommend this one if you liked Cobra ^^
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Once you have finished watching one of these shows you can start on the next. That is how close they are in ambiance and feel as well as animation.

Both anime can be described as Space operas and they have a strong focus on fun action-adventure with a hint of romance thrown in.

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Ripzter
Aah, the nostalgia. I grew up on these two series. Both are basically stories that send our characters through the space into all sorts of weird events. Both series have somewhat similar feel. Though Starzinger has more action and fighting. If you enjoy old late '70s style of animation you should definietly check theses out. If you don't like old style animation you should still check out a few episodes of these awesome series. :P
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Both these series make use of all the melodramatic, exagerrated clichés that you'd expect of the anime genre. Although StarZinger doesn't have the trademark gigantic robots, its over-the-top gadgets and weaponry are in the same vein as those of GaoGaiGar. With noble, self-sacrifing heroes and dastardly villians (which usually last one episode each) that seek only to destroy the universe, both these titles embody the old-fashioned sci-fi shows that we all loved when we were 8 year old.

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Both these series are typically shounen - action series aimed at young boys - with all the cool hero aspects you'd come to expect. You've got a group of heroes, each with his specific characteristics, armour, weapon and, of course, colour. The heroes of both series battle to save humanity from an evil threat that is poised to destroy all that we know and love, so if you're going for that classic 'Power Rangers' feel, both Ronin Warriors and StarZinger will satisfy you.