As the year 3000 approaches, a war-torn Solar System is invaded by the Imperial Alliance in search of a supreme being, the F-01. The experimental X Bomber spacecraft with its young crew ...
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The Imperial Master - head of the invading Imperial Alliance - has sent his warship and battle fleet to capture the power called F-01. But what is the F-01? Commander Makara interrogates the captive ...
As the year 3000 approaches, a war-torn Solar System is invaded by the Imperial Alliance in search of a supreme being, the F-01. The experimental X Bomber spacecraft with its young crew must discover the secret of F-01 and turn it against the Imperial Alliance or all will be lost.Written by
The Japanese version consists of 26 episodes including an un-aired pilot episode. The English version consisted of 24 during its initial syndication. See more »
In the final episode, both the Imperial Master and Captain Halley claim that it is the end of the 20th century. As it is the eve of 3000AD, that would mean it would be the end of the 30th century. See more »
Known as "Star Fleet" in the U.K., I watched it as a child and never missed an episode. Having recently watched the U.S. version (cut to 24 episodes) from start to finish, this is a great series. Unique in it's time (in my opinion) for having an overall plot, plus other sub-plots which made each week exciting and making me eager to see the final fight.
Talking with a good friend we recounted the years, and were soon trawling the net. A week or so later and we're watching the show again.
The dub from Japanese worked very, very well and the music breathed extra life in to this truly unique work. Puppets controled from below are forgivable when you consider the overall effect of the production, which was leading edge for it's time. Come on, Jin, it's been too long - let's see it released on DVD - you've got one customer here just waiting for all 9 hours worth.
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