From the 1970s to the start of the 21st century, sci-fi was the most trending genre which itself was mostly based on space battles of epic proportions. This was the golden age for the evolution of the geek culture, and it gave us many classics in this genre, such as Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, Star Trek, and many other notable franchises. These franchised garnered much success.
This sudden change of interest in the entertainment industry also had its effects on literature. Japan was also one of the countries to quickly adopt this new genre. At that time, there was no manga that had the same fanbase as the Star wars but there was “Heldensagen vom Kosmosinsel”, or “Legend of The Galactic Heroes”, these were novels of the same genre, written by “Yoshiki Tanaka”. This sci-fi series consisted of 10 novels and it quickly gained acclaim from critics and it also became very popular worldwide.
This sudden change of interest in the entertainment industry also had its effects on literature. Japan was also one of the countries to quickly adopt this new genre. At that time, no manga had the same fanbase as the Star wars, but there was “Heldensagen vom Kosmosinsel,” or “Legend of The Galactic Heroes,” these were novels of the same genre, written by “Yoshiki Tanaka”. This sci-fi series consisted of 10 novels, and it quickly gained acclaim from critics, and it also became very popular worldwide.
This popularity led to “Kitty Films” producing an anime series based on these novels which aired between 1988 – 1997. This series was animated by “Magic Bus,” kitty films were the producers behind “Ranma ½.” These novels were also being adapted as a manga series, but it was lost in stardom of the anime and the original novels at that time. After the 2000s, the only content based on these novels to be released were a few spinoff games. This was until the North American distributors, “Viz Media” bought a streaming license for the anime series, they released an official statement regarding this at the 2015 Anime Expo, and they later acted on their plan in 2017.
This attracted the attention of the general public. The anime show was once again revived in 2017,” Production I.G” released a reboot for the franchise with a new OVA series whose script was rewritten from the beginning and shared no similarities with the original show. This show aired in 2018, it didn’t receive good reviews but it still did a decent job of bringing innovation to the story of the original series.
What Have Fans Seen From The Previous Episodes?
The reboot of the original show is called, “Die Neue These”. This show changes the story to a Star Wars like background. The show’s story follows the events of the events, so it shares the same similarities with the original novels. The show’s story shows a distant future where humans are in a permanent state of war. The war rages on between two factions: the monarchic Galactic Empire and the Free Planets Alliance. The story progresses through events witnessed from the perspective of the generals of both the armies.
Legend Of The Galactic Heroes: Die Neue These Season 2 Release Date
An official statement was released that stated that the second season will be released theatrically in 3 parts. Each movie will cover a total of four episodes. These 3 parts will be released in Japanese cinemas on the following dates: 27th September, 25th October and 29th November in the year 2019. If these releases are a hit, we can expect an estimate of a 100+ episodes series to be released in the near future.
Legend Of The Galactic Heroes: Die Neue These Trailer
If you haven’t watched the first season of Legend of The Galactic Heroes, here is a short trailer of this awesome anime!
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