History Manga / GalaxyExpress999

6th Feb '18 6:31:05 AM matruz
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** InvertedTrope for the queen of the Dark Africa Nebula, where she is the one who is reasonable and kind by contrast of her subjects who are genocidal maniacs.
19th Dec '17 8:37:26 AM matruz
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* BrokenMasquerade: The ironically named "Future Planet", which has 20th century technology and the Galaxy Express 999 is kept a secret from the general population, by the end of the arc a group of teenagers have taken pictures of it and plan on publishing them on their newspaper.


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* RealityEnsues: On planet was literally split in half by its inhabitants so that one half contained the modern civilized citizens and the other the primitive savages; almost immediately after doing it, the "civilized" half exploded by collapsing on its own mass, and the other half also explodes before the episode ends.
29th Aug '17 7:53:49 AM matruz
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* AWorldHalfFull: Surprisingly the Angry Planet is this: Its inhabitants are [[HairTriggerTemper extremely easy to anger]] and constantly get themselves into violent fistfights at the slightest provocation; however weapons are forbidden, the people in general are always helpful towards strangers and we see a family that despite fighting each other constantly [[AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther they deeply love and care for each other]].
25th Aug '17 10:23:29 AM matruz
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* NoOSHACompliance: Seriously, [[CrapsackWorld the state of several planets are in]], makes you wonder if Galaxy Railroads is at all concerned with the safety of its passengers.

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* NoOSHACompliance: Seriously, [[CrapsackWorld the state of several several]] [[DeathWorld planets are in]], makes you wonder if Galaxy Railroads is at all concerned with the safety of its passengers.
25th Aug '17 10:22:35 AM matruz
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* NoOSHACompliance: Seriously, [[CrapsackWorld the state of several planets are in]], makes you wonder if Galaxy Railroads is at all concerned with the safety of its passengers.
31st Aug '16 9:14:17 AM Schitzo
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*AwfulTruth: The free mechanical bodies distributed on Andromeda? [[ExactWords It's genuine]], if by genuine you mean [[spoiler: being transformed into a mechanized component of said planet]]


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**FanDisservice: Count Mecha disrobing and admiring the new human trophy that is Tetsuro's mother.
15th Aug '16 9:45:44 PM cillianflood
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* OnlySixFaces: Suffers from this quite badly. Practically every young female character is a clone of Maetel and all old people have the strange body quirk of having their eyes above their forehead. While Tetsuro looks pretty distinct, there's approximately one face (and haircut) for every other young male of his age. Possibly lampshading this trope, Tetsuro does meet a man who has his exact face and almost an identical name. The only sort of plot relevance it has is to note how odd it is and make them fast friends.
17th Feb '16 1:00:58 PM morenohijazo
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* DiscoveringYourOwnDeadBody: In an episode, Tetsuro watches from afar as his enigmatic guide and companion Maetel weeps over a dead body under ice on Pluto. It is later more or less confirmed that it is [[spoiler:Maetel's own original, pre-robotization]] body.
29th Dec '15 1:11:20 PM frogpatrol
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To date, only the first two movies, a portion of the second manga series and ''Maetel Legend'' have had a widespread release in the U.S./Region 1. (The TV series was subtitled by Nippon Golden Network and available in areas of the US with a high ethnic Japanese population.) A...somewhat [[{{Macekre}} liberal]] translation of the first movie was released in 1981, but we aren't going to talk about that. The translation work since then has been considerably more faithful to the source and (big surprise) much more enjoyable for it. Crunchyroll is currently streaming a subtitled release of [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/galaxy-express-999 the entire original 1978 TV series.]]

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To date, only the first two movies, a portion of the second manga series and ''Maetel Legend'' have had a widespread release in the U.S./Region 1. (The TV series was subtitled by Nippon Golden Network and available in areas of the US with a high ethnic Japanese population.) A... somewhat [[{{Macekre}} liberal]] translation of the first movie was released in 1981, but we aren't going to talk about that. The translation work since then has been considerably more faithful to the source and (big surprise) much more enjoyable for it. Crunchyroll is currently streaming a subtitled release of [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/galaxy-express-999 the entire original 1978 TV series.]]
26th Dec '15 8:54:32 AM Whitewings
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To date, only the first two movies, a portion of the second manga series and ''Maetel Legend'' have had a widespread release in the U.S./Region 1. (The TV series was subtitled by Nippon Golden Network and available in areas of the US with a high ethnic Japanese population.) A...somewhat [[{{Macekre}} liberal]] translation of the first movie was released in 1981, but we aren't going to talk about that. The translation work since then has been considerably more faithful to the source and (big surprise) much more enjoyable for it. Funimation is currently streaming a subtitled release of [[http://www.funimation.com/shows/galaxy-express-999/videos the entire original 1978 TV series.]]

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To date, only the first two movies, a portion of the second manga series and ''Maetel Legend'' have had a widespread release in the U.S./Region 1. (The TV series was subtitled by Nippon Golden Network and available in areas of the US with a high ethnic Japanese population.) A...somewhat [[{{Macekre}} liberal]] translation of the first movie was released in 1981, but we aren't going to talk about that. The translation work since then has been considerably more faithful to the source and (big surprise) much more enjoyable for it. Funimation Crunchyroll is currently streaming a subtitled release of [[http://www.funimation.com/shows/galaxy-express-999/videos crunchyroll.com/galaxy-express-999 the entire original 1978 TV series.]]
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