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Anime Profile: Lost Universe

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Japanese Info
Lost Universe Lost Universe Lost Universe
26 TV episodes 26 TV episodes
2000–2001 1998
A.D. Vision Hajime Kanzaka/Shoko Yoshinaka/Kadokawa/TV Tokyo/TV Tokyo Medianet
  Hajime Kanzaka, Shoko Yoshinaka
  Takashi Watanabe
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Last I checked, this anime was available on DVD at Amazon, and on VHS at Amazon.

Anime Characters: Lost Universe

English Name
Japanese Name
English Name
Japanese Name
Albert Stargazer --?-- Neena Mercury --?--
Canal Volfield --?-- Nezard --?--
Gore Nova --?-- Rag D'Mezzegis --?--
Kain Blueriver --?-- Rail Claymore --?--
Kali --?-- Roy Glen --?--
Millenium "Millie" Farrier Nocturne --?-- Spreader of Darkness --?--

Anime Description: Lost Universe

When Lost Universe first came out, it was considered by fans to be Slayers in Space, as it had several similarities to Slayers. But in time, Lost Universe outgrew that tag.

In the far future, the evil Nightmare Syndicate is trying to conquer the whole universe by any means necessary. At their disposal are special ships called Lost Ships that use Psi-energy as their weapons. Now the only thing standing in their way is the Lost Ship Swordbreaker commanded by the sword-weilding cape-wearing Kain Blueriver and his sidekicks Millenium "Millie" Farrier Nocturne who's the best cook and gun shooter in the universe, and Swordbreaker's mainframe disguised as a girl called Canal Volfield.

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