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Titan A.E. (Titan After Earth)Titan A.E.
1 Movie
June 16, 2000
20th Century Fox
Ben Edlund, John August, Josh Whedon (screenplay)
Don Bluth, Gary Goldman
Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Akima βŠ•
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Cale Tucker βŠ•
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Gune βŠ•
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Joseph Korso βŠ•
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Preed βŠ•
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Sam Tucker βŠ•
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Stith βŠ•
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Tek βŠ•

Last I checked, this anime was available on DVD at Amazon.

Cartoon Description: Titan A.E.

Notice: Titan A.E. is not Japanese animation! It is a cartoon produced in the US. However, because it has a style that is reminiscent of anime, I have decided to include it on this site. If you're one of those hard-core anime purists who can't stand seeing a non-anime series on a site dedicated to Japanese animation, then just press the Back button on your web browser and pretend like you were never here.

In the far future of 3028 A.D., Earth was attacked by an alien race made of pure energy known as the Drej. Threatened by the capabilities and ambitions of humanity, they staged a vicious attack that ultimately ended with the complete destruction of Earth. Left without a home, the last surviving pockets of humanity are left adrift throughout space, constantly looked down upon by ther other alien races.

Cale Tucker was one of the survivors of the Earth's destruction. However, he remains bitter towards his father, after disappearing while safeguarding a mysterious ship known as the Titan during the Drej's offensive against Earth. The only remnant lies with a ring given to him by his father.

Cale's life changes when he meets a man named Korso, who was connected to his father and the Titan Project. Cale teams up with Korso and his ragtag crew aboard the Valkyrie to go in search of the Titan and hopefully, a new home for the human race. However, the Drej will stop at nothing to make humanity a thing of the past....

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