History Anime / IrresponsibleCaptainTylor

20th Nov '17 1:21:56 PM ScrewySqrl
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On July 11, 2017, a sequel of sorts, ''Musekinin Galaxy Tylor'' has been broadcast, with a descendant of Justy named Banjo Ueki Tylor as the main character, and finally ended in September 26, 2017 with 12 episodes. If you're hoping for some of the charm from the original, [[{{Sequelitis}} you won't find it there]].

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On July 11, 2017, a sequel of sorts, ''Musekinin Galaxy Tylor'' has been broadcast, with a descendant of Justy named Banjo Ueki Tylor as the main character, and finally ended in September 26, 2017 with 12 episodes. If you're hoping for some of the charm from the original, [[{{Sequelitis}} you won't find it there]].
there]]. Each episode was a mere 3 minutes.
28th Oct '17 6:20:53 AM nightelf37
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* TheGift: The twins are natural fighter pilots once they actually know how the controls work in the ship.

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* TheGift: The twins are natural fighter pilots once they actually know how the controls work in the ship.ship, giving them enough respect from Kojiro.



* HeadbuttingHeroes: For about half the show, most of the crew dislikes or disrespects Tylor. For his part, heís not good at dealing with Yuriko but hides it far better than she does. After Harumi is annoyed by the marines disrespecting him the story turns more serious and the crew realizes that they do trust Tylor.

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* HeadbuttingHeroes: For about half the show, most of the crew dislikes or disrespects Tylor. For his part, heís not good at dealing with Yuriko but hides it far better than she does. After Harumi is annoyed by the marines disrespecting him him, the story turns more serious and the crew realizes that they do trust Tylor.



* HeManWomanHater: Kojiro Sasaki never quite grew out of the GirlsHaveCooties stage of childhood. Naturally, this means that the ridiculously cute twins just ''have'' to latch on to him from day one onward...

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* HeManWomanHater: Kojiro Sasaki never quite grew out of the GirlsHaveCooties stage of childhood. Naturally, this means that the ridiculously cute twins just ''have'' to latch on to him from day one onward...onwardÖ


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** In episode 10, Kojiro suffers this when he believes he led the twins to their death on their first space flight when he thought he saw wreckage from one of their ships. It was so bad he suffered a HeroicBSOD long enough for it to be too late for him to dodge an asteroid about to collide with his ship by the time he got the proximity alert. Thankfully, the twins were able to save him as that wreck was likely from a different earlier disaster.
27th Oct '17 6:23:47 AM nightelf37
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* ChekhovsGun: Once an episode, there's always going to be something innocuous in the episode that becomes important later. For example, the trash accumulated in episode 7 when the crew were forced to clean the ship also serves as obstructive debris preventing Captain Dome from pursuing the ''Soyokaze'' as it fled.
21st Oct '17 2:47:49 AM nightelf37
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On July 11, 2017, a sequel of sorts, ''Musekinin Galaxy Tylor'' will broadcast, with a descendant of Justy named Banjo Ueki Tylor as the main character.

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On July 11, 2017, a sequel of sorts, ''Musekinin Galaxy Tylor'' will has been broadcast, with a descendant of Justy named Banjo Ueki Tylor as the main character.
character, and finally ended in September 26, 2017 with 12 episodes. If you're hoping for some of the charm from the original, [[{{Sequelitis}} you won't find it there]].
21st Oct '17 2:24:04 AM nightelf37
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* TheAlcoholic[=/=]DrunkenMaster: Dr. Kitaguchi. If what he says is true, he's at his best for work when drunk.

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* TheAlcoholic[=/=]DrunkenMaster: Dr. Kitaguchi. Kitaguchi, who has apparently been drinking since he was '''''three years old'''''! If what he says is true, he's at his best for work when drunk.



* ShroudedInMyth: Most of the people who meet Tylor think heís an idiot, but with his constantly good results people just donít know what to think of him. The Raalgon empire in particular has great admiration for his apparent abilities.

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* ShroudedInMyth: Most of the people who meet Tylor think heís he’s an idiot, but with his constantly good results people just donít know what to think of him. The Raalgon empire in particular has great admiration for his apparent abilities.
15th Jun '17 6:39:27 PM Anddrix
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* GenreSavvy: In episode 17, [[spoiler:after Tylor has been captured by Raalgons and the crew of the ''Soyokaze'' has been locked up in quarantine,]] the characters have seen enough of the dumb luck that follows Tylor around that they start asking themselves "what would Tylor do?" and then doing it, even if it seems to make no sense by the strategies and regulations they've clung to so far. And by the middle of episode 18, even the WrongGenreSavvy Lieutenant Yamamamoto has started acting like Tylor to the point that Yuriko Star remarks on it in internal dialogue. [[spoiler: By the end of episode 18, this Tylorian philosophy has seen the crew escape from captivity, evade an entire UPSF fleet in pursuit, infiltrate the Raalgon flagship, ''and'' rescue Tylor and capture Azalyn. So you could say it worked.]]
15th Jun '17 11:03:52 AM ScrewySqrl
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On July 11, 2017, a sequel of sorts, ''Musekinin Galaxy Tylor'' will broadcast, with a descendant of Justy named Banjo Ueki Tylor as the main character.
28th May '17 7:26:31 AM dartheal
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* SlobsVersusSnobs: During episode eleven Kim and Yuriko come into conflict over how formal they should be while on duty with no emergencies. After awhile they intentionally go to extremes just to annoy each other, but come to a compromise when Kim realizes they donít know when an emergency might occur. Of course, she actually proved her point when she was the only effective person to respond when an emergency DID occur. Then comes a forced bonding scene where they talk about all sorts of girly things like make up and high heels.

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* SlobsVersusSnobs: During episode eleven Kim and Yuriko come into conflict over how formal they should be while on duty with no emergencies. After awhile they intentionally go to extremes just to annoy each other, but come to a compromise when Kim realizes they donít know when an emergency might occur. Of course, she actually proved her point when she was the only effective person to respond when an emergency DID occur. Then comes a forced bonding scene where they talk about all sorts of girly things like make up and high heels.
18th Apr '17 12:40:00 PM Alexsi
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* AllLovingHero: Tylor. He views Raalgons as people, admires their strength, is understanding of his crew and figures out Harumi is a spy quite early on, yet never does anything about it even when admitting he knew. Treats her better than her own side does, too. Whether he's competent or not, there's no arguing that he's an extremely good person.

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* AllLovingHero: Tylor. He views Raalgons as people, admires their strength, is understanding of his crew and figures out Harumi is a spy quite early on, yet never does anything about it even when admitting he knew. Treats her better than her own side does, too. Whether he's competent or not, there's no arguing that he's an extremely good compassionate person.
9th Mar '17 10:38:07 AM kyojikasshu
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* MilitarySalute: Yamamoto delivers the occasionally [[TheComicallySerious Comically Serious]] salute (often with tears in his eyes), and one that is just outright comical (in episode 26). In episode 23, however, the salute ends up being the most important moment of the episode, and it is pretty epic at that, while the final OVA sees everybody in ''both fleets'' saluting the ''Soyokaze'' [[spoiler: as it's scuttled by the UPSF fleet]].


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* SpaceNavy: The United Planets Space Force, of course, right down to their ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato''-esque fleet.
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