Glass Fleet - The Legend of the Wind of the Universe (2006– )

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Animation, Adventure, Sci-Fi

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A tyrannical Emperor has his grasp over the galaxy. The rebels outnumbered and outgunned try to locate the mythical Glass Fleet that once served the true ruler. They do find one of the royal descendants, now a space pirate.


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Minoru Ôhara

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10 March 2011 | Sargonarhes
| So awful
Never before have I seen an anime series try to be so epic and fail so badly at it that it's so awful. It tries so hard to be an epic series like "Legend of Galactic Heroes" and "Crest of the Stars" and it's no where near on those levels. Sure the ships look great and the fleet formations and that's where anything good about this series ends. One scene a guy is standing in an open airlock like the vacuum of space isn't a problem, a few scenes later and a ship ramming the bridge of another ship and people are getting sucked out into space. What the heck man? I can see they want swords to give it a classic feel to it, but there is no technical logic reason why no one has any guns like the ones they're shoot at each others ships.

Characters are defeated for no logical reasons at all only to be allowed to come back as if some miraculous thing happens. Just bad characters in a bad plot with equally bad dialogue.

If you want to see an anime epic space opera watch "Crest of the Stars" or even better "Legend of Galactic Heroes" or LoGH, LoGH which is the definition of epic! Glass Fleet is lame fail to the extreme.

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Animation | Adventure | Sci-Fi


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4 April 2006



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