History Manga / VenusWars

4th Sep '16 9:49:04 PM Tre
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The manga was translated into English by Creator/DarkHorseComics in the early 1990s. The anime was localized in the United Kingdom and the United States by the Central Park Media subsidiary Creator/MangaEntertainment, gaining recognition when it aired in heavy rotation on the Creator/SciFiChannel "Saturday Anime" movie block in the late 1990s. The film is currently licensed by Creator/DiscotekMedia, who've re-released the movie on DVD.

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The manga was translated into English by Creator/DarkHorseComics in the early 1990s. The anime was localized in the United Kingdom and the United States by the Central Park Media subsidiary Creator/MangaEntertainment, gaining recognition when it aired in heavy rotation on the Creator/SciFiChannel [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]] "Saturday Anime" movie block in the late 1990s. The film is currently licensed by Creator/DiscotekMedia, who've re-released the movie on DVD.
6th Jan '16 4:27:45 PM aye_amber
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5th Nov '15 4:11:34 AM Willbyr
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10th Jun '15 9:24:28 AM Willbyr
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The Venus Wars (ヴイナス戦記 Vinasu Senki) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko. It was serialized in the Gakken magazine Nora Comics from 1987 to 1990. In 1989, The Venus Wars was adapted into an anime film directed by Yasuhiko, and co-written by Yuichi Sasamoto and Yasuhiko, and produced by Bandai Visual, Gakken, and Shochiku.

The manga was translated into English by Dark Horse Comics in the early 1990s. The Venus Wars film was localized in the United Kingdom and the United States by the Central Park Media subsidiary Manga Entertainment, gaining recognition when it aired in heavy rotation on the Sci-Fi Channel "Saturday Anime" movie block in the late 1990s. The film is currently licensed by Creator/DiscotekMedia, who've rereleased the movie on DVD.

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The ''The Venus Wars Wars'' (ヴイナス戦記 Vinasu Senki) is a Japanese manga {{manga}} series written and illustrated by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko. It was serialized in the Gakken magazine Nora Comics from 1987 to 1990. In 1989, The ''The Venus Wars Wars'' was adapted into an anime {{anime}} film directed by Yasuhiko, and co-written by Yuichi Sasamoto and Yasuhiko, and produced by [[Creator/NamcoBandai Bandai Visual, Visual]], Gakken, and Shochiku.

The manga was translated into English by Dark Horse Comics Creator/DarkHorseComics in the early 1990s. The Venus Wars film anime was localized in the United Kingdom and the United States by the Central Park Media subsidiary Manga Entertainment, Creator/MangaEntertainment, gaining recognition when it aired in heavy rotation on the Sci-Fi Channel Creator/SciFiChannel "Saturday Anime" movie block in the late 1990s. The film is currently licensed by Creator/DiscotekMedia, who've rereleased re-released the movie on DVD.


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31st Dec '14 5:17:35 PM Chris
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The manga was translated into English by Dark Horse Comics in the early 1990s. The Venus Wars film was localized in the United Kingdom and the United States by the Central Park Media subsidiary Manga Entertainment, gaining recognition when it aired in heavy rotation on the Sci-Fi Channel "Saturday Anime" movie block in the late 1990s.

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The manga was translated into English by Dark Horse Comics in the early 1990s. The Venus Wars film was localized in the United Kingdom and the United States by the Central Park Media subsidiary Manga Entertainment, gaining recognition when it aired in heavy rotation on the Sci-Fi Channel "Saturday Anime" movie block in the late 1990s.
1990s. The film is currently licensed by Creator/DiscotekMedia, who've rereleased the movie on DVD.
8th Nov '14 8:07:43 AM Gatomon41
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* RecklessGunUsage: Rob and then Sue forgets to remove the safety lock from her gun before shooting recklessly at Donner and missing.

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** In the anime, after getting weapons some of other Killer Commandos are improperly holding them. One is pointing a rifle at another member, and several have their fingers on the trigger. Despite falling over and one playing around with a weapon, no accidents occur.
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Rob and then Sue forgets to remove the safety lock from her gun before shooting recklessly at Donner and missing.
3rd Oct '13 11:08:40 PM theAdeptRogue
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* WhiteHairedPrettyBoy: General Donner but the pretty part is debatable.

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* WhiteHairedPrettyBoy: WhiteHairBlackHeart: General Donner but the pretty part is debatable.Donner
11th Dec '12 11:29:21 PM Antwan
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* HairOfGold: Sue



* ZettaiRyouiki: Sue is Type B.

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* ZettaiRyouiki: Sue is Type B.B.
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16th Jul '12 4:17:51 AM FELH2
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In the year 2003, a comet designated Apollon collides with the planet Venus and disperses much of the planet's atmosphere, adding enough moisture to form acidic seas, and speeding up its rotation to give it a day that matches its year. This event enables humanity to terraform Venus after sending the first manned ships in 2007 and begin colonizing it in 2012. By the year 2089, Venus has a population in the millions and is divided into two separate nation states, the northern continent of Ishtar and the southern continent of Aphrodia. The two countries are on the brink of war just as an Earth reporter, Susan Sommers, lands on Venus looking for her big story on the tension that has arisen from the two nations. As Ishtar suddenly invades Aphrodia's capital city of Io and war breaks out, the team of a Battle Bike Tournament called the Killer Commandos lead by Miranda and hotshot biker Hiro Seno are also drawn into the mayhem. They eventually run into Sue as they look to escape the war-torn city. Venus Wars follows the struggle of members of the team trying to survive the war after forcefully being drafted into the Aphrodian army and Sue navigating through the chaos to get her scoop.

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In the year 2003, a comet designated Apollon collides with the planet Venus and disperses much of the planet's atmosphere, adding enough moisture to form acidic seas, and speeding up its rotation to give it a day that matches its year. This event enables humanity to terraform Venus after sending the first manned ships in 2007 and begin colonizing it in 2012. By the year 2089, Venus has a population in the millions and is divided into two separate nation states, the northern continent of Ishtar and the southern continent of Aphrodia. The two countries are on the brink of war just as an Earth reporter, Susan Sommers, lands on Venus looking for her big story on the tension that has arisen from the two nations. As Ishtar suddenly invades Aphrodia's capital city of Io and war breaks out, the team of a Battle Bike Tournament called the Killer Commandos lead by Miranda and hotshot biker Hiro Seno are also drawn into the mayhem. They eventually run into Sue as they look to escape the war-torn city. Venus Wars follows the struggle of members of the team trying to survive the war after forcefully being drafted into the Aphrodian army and Sue navigating through the chaos to get her scoop.



* BadassBiker: Hiro, Miranda, Kurtz

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* BadassBiker: Hiro, Miranda, Kurtz Kurtz



* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: The three main women in the series being Sue, Maggie and Miranda respectively.



* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: The three main women in the series being Sue, Maggie and Miranda respectively.



* DubNameChange: Hiro's name was changed to Ken in the DarkHorseComics release of the first manga series.

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* DubNameChange: Hiro's name was changed to Ken in the DarkHorseComics Creator/DarkHorseComics release of the first manga series.



* HotBlooded: Hiro and Miranda to a lesser extent.

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* HotBlooded: Hiro and Miranda to a lesser extent.



* LaResistance: The Commandos form a small one and Kurtz's Freedom Force



* MonowheelMayhem: In the anime movie.



* MsFanservice: Miranda and Sue.
* MonowheelMayhem: In the anime movie.

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* MsFanservice: Miranda and Sue. \n* MonowheelMayhem: In the anime movie.



* RecklessGunUsage: Rob and then Sue forgets to remove the safety lock from her gun before shooting recklessly at Donner and missing.


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* RecklessGunUsage: Rob and then Sue forgets to remove the safety lock from her gun before shooting recklessly at Donner and missing.
* LaResistance: The Commandos form a small one and Kurtz's Freedom Force
12th Mar '12 7:56:28 PM VeritasVierge
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* NotWithTheSafetyOnYouWont: Happens to Sue.
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