History Anime / CaptainHarlock

20th Jan '18 6:21:52 PM binaroid
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** The ''Captain Harlock: Dimensional Voyage'' manga from 2014 retells the story of the 1978 series while almost explicitly including both ''Anime/GalaxyExpress999'' and ''Anime/SpaceBatttleshipYamato'' in the backstory. The manga also includes elements of both ''Arcadia of My Youth'' and the 2013 CGI movie.

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** The ''Captain Harlock: Dimensional Voyage'' manga from 2014 retells the story of the 1978 series while almost explicitly including both ''Anime/GalaxyExpress999'' and ''Anime/SpaceBatttleshipYamato'' ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato'' in the backstory. The manga also includes elements of both ''Arcadia of My Youth'' and the 2013 CGI movie.
20th Jan '18 6:21:11 PM binaroid
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* AdaptationAmalgamation: A {{Macekre}} example: ''Captain Harlock and the Queen of a Thousand Years'' anime combined the 1978 series and a different show by the same mangaka called ''Queen Millennia''. Confusing plot holes ensued.

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A {{Macekre}} example: ''Captain Harlock and the Queen of a Thousand Years'' anime combined the 1978 series and a different show by the same mangaka called ''Queen Millennia''. Confusing plot holes ensued.ensued.
** The ''Captain Harlock: Dimensional Voyage'' manga from 2014 retells the story of the 1978 series while almost explicitly including both ''Anime/GalaxyExpress999'' and ''Anime/SpaceBatttleshipYamato'' in the backstory. The manga also includes elements of both ''Arcadia of My Youth'' and the 2013 CGI movie.



* CuteMonsterGirl: The Mazones.

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: 90% of the RedShirts and {{Spear Carrier}}s in Harlock's crew. One of the first episodes after Tadashi joins the ''Arcadia'' (in both the original anime and the ''Dimensional Voyage'' manga reboot) has him disturbed by seeing the crew lazing around the halls of the ship, being as apparently useless as the corrupt Earthlings -- until they all leap into action as soon as the RedAlert goes off and act as professionals. In particular, Harlock's first mate, Yattaran is a short, fat plastic model ''{{otaku}}'' who barely knows how to talk to a woman -- but he's nevertheless acknowledged as a badass by other characters, and demonstrates his credentials more than once through the franchise.
* CuteMonsterGirl: The Mazones.Mazones, a race represented in-story as [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Blue Skinned Space Babes]] despite being inhuman enough to, for example, spontaneously combust "like paper" after suffering any fatal injury.
12th Oct '17 5:06:06 AM Koveras
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* {{Expy}}: Matsumoto claims Harlock and his predecessors were inspired by a childhood friend of his.
** Harlock - at least from the manga Diver Zero (1975) onwards, bears a more than passing resemblance to Creator/CLMoore's scarred outlaw Northwest Smith (even down to the pulp-era western-in-space setting and the blood-brother relationship between Harlock and Tochiro mirroring NW's friendship with Venusian Yarol.) Hardly surprising since from 1971-77 Matsumoto illustrated the Japanese translations of the stories over the three volumes of Smith stories (along with works by Michael Moorcock and Andre Norton) and not only does Harlock come to resemble the illustrations for Smith (prior to which his art style was VERY different) but some of the scenes he chose to draw bear a strong resemblance to screenshots later included in the SPCH TV series. If any further evidence were needed, he also illustrated the Jirel stories by the same author - Jirel being a feisty red-haired warrior maiden...

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Matsumoto himself claims Harlock and his predecessors were inspired by a childhood friend of his.
** Harlock - Harlock, at least from the 1975 manga Diver Zero (1975) ''Diver Zero'' onwards, bears a more than passing resemblance to Creator/CLMoore's scarred outlaw Northwest Smith Literature/NorthwestSmith (even down to the pulp-era western-in-space setting and the blood-brother relationship between Harlock and Tochiro mirroring NW's friendship with Venusian Yarol.) Hardly surprising Yarol). This is hardly surprising, since from 1971-77 1971 to '77, Matsumoto illustrated the Japanese translations of the stories over the three volumes of Smith stories (along with works by Michael Moorcock Creator/MichaelMoorcock and Andre Norton) Creator/AndreNorton) and not only does Harlock come to resemble the illustrations for Smith (prior to which his art style was VERY ''very'' different) but some of the scenes he chose to draw bear a strong resemblance to screenshots later included in the SPCH TV series. If any further evidence were needed, he also illustrated the Jirel Literature/JirelOfJoiry stories by the same author - -- Jirel being a feisty [[Anime/QueenEmeraldas red-haired warrior maiden...maiden]]...
4th Oct '17 8:16:24 AM Basara-kun
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* AdaptationAmalgamation: A {{Macekre}} example: ''Captain Harlock and the Queen of a Thousand Years'' anime combined the 1978 series and a different show by the same mangaka called ''Queen Millennia''. Confusing plot holes ensued.
15th Aug '17 6:20:27 AM jormis29
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** Harlock - at least from the manga Diver Zero (1975) onwards, bears a more than passing resemblance to CL Moore's scarred outlaw Northwest Smith (even down to the pulp-era western-in-space setting and the blood-brother relationship between Harlock and Tochiro mirroring NW's friendship with Venusian Yarol.) Hardly surprising since from 1971-77 Matsumoto illustrated the Japanese translations of the stories over the three volumes of Smith stories (along with works by Michael Moorcock and Andre Norton) and not only does Harlock come to resemble the illustrations for Smith (prior to which his art style was VERY different) but some of the scenes he chose to draw bear a strong resemblance to screenshots later included in the SPCH TV series. If any further evidence were needed, he also illustrated the Jirel stories by the same author - Jirel being a feisty red-haired warrior maiden...

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** Harlock - at least from the manga Diver Zero (1975) onwards, bears a more than passing resemblance to CL Moore's Creator/CLMoore's scarred outlaw Northwest Smith (even down to the pulp-era western-in-space setting and the blood-brother relationship between Harlock and Tochiro mirroring NW's friendship with Venusian Yarol.) Hardly surprising since from 1971-77 Matsumoto illustrated the Japanese translations of the stories over the three volumes of Smith stories (along with works by Michael Moorcock and Andre Norton) and not only does Harlock come to resemble the illustrations for Smith (prior to which his art style was VERY different) but some of the scenes he chose to draw bear a strong resemblance to screenshots later included in the SPCH TV series. If any further evidence were needed, he also illustrated the Jirel stories by the same author - Jirel being a feisty red-haired warrior maiden...
27th Jul '17 6:26:27 PM thatother1dude
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Matsumoto [[{{Hypertime}} was never a stickler for continuity]], so it's impossible to give a coherent description of Captain Harlock's history. Nevertheless, his character has always been clear: Captain Harlock is a man of honor who, betrayed by either a corrupt or VichyEarth, chose to sail the Sea of Stars as a SpacePirate to remain true to his ideals. Although he has left behind an Earth which hates and fears him, Harlock remains willing and able to fight for his homeworld in its times of need. Nevertheless, he's not motivated by patriotism; he swore an oath to fight for only what ''he'' believes in.

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Matsumoto [[{{Hypertime}} [[ContinuitySnarl was never a stickler for continuity]], so it's impossible to give a coherent description of Captain Harlock's history. Nevertheless, his character has always been clear: Captain Harlock is a man of honor who, betrayed by either a corrupt or VichyEarth, chose to sail the Sea of Stars as a SpacePirate to remain true to his ideals. Although he has left behind an Earth which hates and fears him, Harlock remains willing and able to fight for his homeworld in its times of need. Nevertheless, he's not motivated by patriotism; he swore an oath to fight for only what ''he'' believes in.
26th May '17 6:27:00 PM Cavery210
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''SpacePirate Captain Harlock'' is a recurring character created by Creator/LeijiMatsumoto in 1953.

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''SpacePirate Captain Harlock'' is a recurring character created by Creator/LeijiMatsumoto in 1953.1977.
4th Jan '17 1:15:42 PM rafi
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* AwesomeMcCoolname: Phantom F. Harlock!? With that name you have no choice but to become a Badass Space Pirate.

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* AwesomeMcCoolname: Phantom F. Harlock!? With that name you have no choice but to become a Badass cool Space Pirate.



* DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu: At the beginning of ''Endless Odyssey'', Harlock [[spoiler: says point blank, he doesn't care to save Earth from the Noo. It's implied he views this as indirect revenge upon the leaders and population that ostracized him; some of the crewmen state that Harlock took to space because he is just 'waiting to die,' so...maybe he really ''doesn't'' care. Either way, it distracts The Noo from Daiba's presence.]] Birdie number one. Number two comes from the ''entire crew'', when [[spoiler: the Noo are unable to possess Harlock or anyone else. They're simply too {{badass}} to fall for the scare tactic.]]

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* DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu: At the beginning of ''Endless Odyssey'', Harlock [[spoiler: says point blank, he doesn't care to save Earth from the Noo. It's implied he views this as indirect revenge upon the leaders and population that ostracized him; some of the crewmen state that Harlock took to space because he is just 'waiting to die,' so...maybe he really ''doesn't'' care. Either way, it distracts The Noo from Daiba's presence.]] Birdie number one. Number two comes from the ''entire crew'', when [[spoiler: the Noo are unable to possess Harlock or anyone else. They're simply too {{badass}} badass to fall for the scare tactic.]]



* SwordAndGun: Sort of. Captain Harlock routinely carries a pistol, and... um... a ''much longer'' pistol, with a handguard that makes it resemble a cavalry saber. That's right, Captain Harlock is so [[{{Badass}} manly]] that [[RuleOfCool he stabs people with his spaceship and shoots them with his sword]].

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* SwordAndGun: Sort of. Captain Harlock routinely carries a pistol, and... um... a ''much longer'' pistol, with a handguard that makes it resemble a cavalry saber. That's right, Captain Harlock is so [[{{Badass}} manly]] manly that [[RuleOfCool he stabs people with his spaceship and shoots them with his sword]].
24th Oct '16 2:00:50 AM Koveras
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[[caption-width-right:350:A space pirate, sailing the sea of stars.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:A space pirate, sailing the sea of stars.]]
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24th Oct '16 2:00:34 AM Koveras
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[[caption-width-right:350:A space pirate... sailing the sea of stars...]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:A space pirate... pirate, sailing the sea of stars...stars.]]
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