History Anime / SpaceBattleshipYamato

19th Nov '16 5:25:16 PM SailorTardis
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After decades of dispute, the Yamato franchise has been resurrected in a big way. [[http://yamato2009.jp A new film]] titled ''Space Battleship Yamato: Rebirth Chapter'', was finally made and released to Japanese theaters on Dec 12, 2009. It takes place 17 years after the events of ''Final Yamato'' in 2220. Funimation has licensed it under ''Space Battleship Yamato: Resurrection''.

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After decades of dispute, the Yamato franchise has been resurrected in a big way. [[http://yamato2009.jp A new film]] titled ''Space Battleship Yamato: Rebirth Chapter'', was finally made and released to Japanese theaters on Dec 12, 2009. It takes place 17 years after the events of ''Final Yamato'' in 2220. Funimation has licensed it under ''Space Battleship Yamato: Resurrection''.
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19th Nov '16 5:24:49 PM SailorTardis
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23rd Aug '16 10:36:57 AM HelloLamppost
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[[caption-width-right:254:No, [[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou the]] ''[[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou Yamato]]'' [[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou is NOT about to shoot you.]] That's what the [[WaveMotionGun big muzzle in the bow]] is for.]]

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[[caption-width-right:254:No, [[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou the]] ''[[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou Yamato]]'' [[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou is NOT about abowut to shoot you.]] That's what the [[WaveMotionGun big muzzle in the bow]] is for.]]



* ExtradimensionalShortcut: In an early episode, lightspeed is explained as working like a shortcut through space: travelling at sublight you go in a wavy-line from point A to point B, but at lightspeed you can go in a straight line, cutting travel time drastically.

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* ExtradimensionalShortcut: In an early episode, lightspeed a space warp is explained as working like a shortcut through space: travelling at sublight you go in a wavy-line from point A to point B, but at lightspeed by warping you can go in a straight line, cutting travel time drastically.drastically. You just have to be very careful doing it, or you may "disappear forever, probably into the fourth dimension."
20th Aug '16 10:12:14 AM Tre
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Originally made in the early 70s, it was dubbed to English under the title ''Star Blazers,'' and aired in U.S. afternoon syndication during the late 70s. It was the first Japanese anime series to air in the U.S. that required every episode to be shown in its proper order. The show returned to American airwaves as part of SyFy's Anime block starting April 21, 2011.

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Originally made in the early 70s, it was dubbed to English under the title ''Star Blazers,'' and aired in U.S. afternoon syndication during the late 70s. It was the first Japanese anime series to air in the U.S. that required every episode to be shown in its proper order. The show returned to American airwaves as part of SyFy's Creator/{{Syfy}}'s Anime block starting April 21, 2011.
6th Aug '16 10:23:56 PM Captain_Juzo_Okita
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After decades of dispute, the Yamato franchise has been resurrected in a big way. [[http://yamato2009.jp A new film]] titled ''Space Battleship Yamato: Rebirth Chapter'', was finally made and released to Japanese theaters on Dec 12, 2009. It ignored the events of ''Final Yamato'' and took place in 2220. Funimation has licensed it under ''Space Battleship Yamato: Resurrection''.

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After decades of dispute, the Yamato franchise has been resurrected in a big way. [[http://yamato2009.jp A new film]] titled ''Space Battleship Yamato: Rebirth Chapter'', was finally made and released to Japanese theaters on Dec 12, 2009. It ignored takes place 17 years after the events of ''Final Yamato'' and took place in 2220. Funimation has licensed it under ''Space Battleship Yamato: Resurrection''.
2nd Aug '16 3:49:17 AM kirara19
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* DeusExMachina: A ''literal'' one at the end of the first Comico licensed comic book series. [[spoiler:The machine is the gigantic space-mask at the beginning of each volume, Arishna is the god(dess) whose machine it is. It (apparently) enables her to kill every person of the same race as Zordar, which is practically in itself a deus ex machina, or at least an AssPull.]]

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* DeusExMachina: A ''literal'' one at the end of the first Comico licensed comic book series. [[spoiler:The machine is the gigantic space-mask at the beginning of each volume, Arishna is the god(dess) ''goddess'' whose machine it is. It (apparently) It, apparently, enables her to kill every person of the same race as Zordar, which is practically in itself a deus ex machina, or at least an AssPull.Zordar.]]



* RammingAlwaysWorks: The Yamato rams Dessler's ship in Farewell Yamato and the remake, season 2, and all it did was ''bend some metal''. Dessler's ship fares worse in the remake: the engine is actually damaged by the ram rather than [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Kodai running through the halls, shooting robots and grenading the engine to kingdom come.]]
** Yet, at the end of ''Farewell Yamato'', ramming works completely correctly: a titanic fireball.

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* RammingAlwaysWorks: The Yamato rams Dessler's ship in Farewell Yamato ''Farewell Yamato'' and the second season of the remake, season 2, and all it did was ''bend some metal''. metal''.
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Dessler's ship fares worse in the remake: remake as the engine is actually damaged by the ram rather than [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Kodai running through the halls, shooting robots and grenading the engine to kingdom come.]]
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** Yet, at At the end of ''Farewell Yamato'', ramming works completely correctly: correctly -- a titanic fireball.
2nd Jul '16 10:08:57 PM ScrewySqrl
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* {{Woosleyism}}: In the Star Blazers dub, Mamoru sacrifices himself against the Gamilons to give Okita time to escape, rather than martial pride. Every other adaptation of the series has gone with this reason.

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* {{Woosleyism}}: {{Woolseyism}}: In the Star Blazers dub, Mamoru sacrifices himself against the Gamilons to give Okita time to escape, rather than martial pride. Every other adaptation of the series has gone with this reason.
16th Jun '16 12:54:14 AM whalewithwings
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[[caption-width-right:254:No, [[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou the Yamato is NOT about to shoot you.]] That's what the [[WaveMotionGun big muzzle in the bow]] is for.]]

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[[caption-width-right:254:No, [[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou the Yamato the]] ''[[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou Yamato]]'' [[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou is NOT about to shoot you.]] That's what the [[WaveMotionGun big muzzle in the bow]] is for.]]
10th Oct '15 12:00:37 PM nombretomado
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* AdaptationalBadass: in the 2010 movie, Analyzer is a belt-mounted PDA[=/=]"[[NewGods Mother Box]]" before being installed into his traditional robot body - except ''it's over 20 feet tall.''

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* AdaptationalBadass: in the 2010 movie, Analyzer is a belt-mounted PDA[=/=]"[[NewGods PDA[=/=]"[[ComicBook/NewGods Mother Box]]" before being installed into his traditional robot body - except ''it's over 20 feet tall.''
29th Sep '15 8:49:12 PM SAMAS
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* {{Woosleyism}}: In the Star Blazers dub, Mamoru sacrifices himself against the Gamilons to give Okita time to escape, rather than martial pride. Every other adaptation of the series has gone with this reason.
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