Captain Future (1978–1979)

TV Series   |    |  Animation, Adventure, Sci-Fi


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This series documents the adventures of Captain Future and the crew of his ship, the Comet.


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30 July 2001 | legend316
I am glad I know German even though I am not a German
Recently someone lent me his collection of Captain Future tapes. Ever since I saw Phil Fuldner's clip I thought "I want to see that anime". The version I saw was the German version. A lot of countries seem to have their own soundtrack and dubbing for the anime. As far as I am concerned Captain Future is the best anime I have ever seen. For sure it's the best science fiction anime. What makes this anime so great is the solid story telling along with the great soundtrack. The soundtrack really adds a special feel to the anime and to the action scenes. It's a timeless soundtrack. And the Captain Future crew is a really special team. Every character is likable. There is a lot of stuff people call cult, but this anime is the real deal. Cult can't come any closer than this. If you ever get the chance to see it watch the German version. And if you don't know German then get off your lazy behind, leave your computer and start learning it to feel the Captain Future experience. This anime series screams for a DVD release. And with the technology of today the DVD's could be really special containing all the languages and all the soundtracks. It would be a dream come true for every Captain Future fan.

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Release Date:

7 November 1978

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

France, Japan, West Germany

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