Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 8, 1988 to Mar 17, 1997
Producers: Kitty Films
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Artland, Madhouse, Magic Bus
Genres: Military, Sci-Fi, Space, Drama
Duration: 26 min per ep
Rating: R – 17+ (violence & profanity)
Type: Eng Sub, BD
Characters & Voice Actors
OP2: “I am waiting for you” by Michiru Akiyoshi (eps 27-30,32,34-35,37-38,40,43,45,49,51-52)
OP3: “Sea of the Stars” by LISA (eps 55-81,86)
OP4: “Must Be Something” by Hitomi Konno (eps 87-106,108-110)
ED1: “Hikari no Hashi wo koete” by Kei Ogura (eps 1-5,7-13,16-17,19-21,24-26,84)
ED2: “Tabidachi no Jyokyoku” by Kei Ogura (eps 27-30,32,35,37-38,40,42-43,45,49,51)
ED3: “Kansou no Uta” by Kei Ogura (eps 55-56,58-69,71-81,83,85)
ED4: “Uchuu no Kakehashi” by Kei Ogura (eps 87-106,108-110)
A bunch of Homos in space. Actual 10/10 The Greatest anime ever made
Fantastic space opera. Massive space battles with huge implications. It’s a commitment to watch due to its length but its so, so worth it.
An intense political debate and compelling character piece, epic in scope and sweeping in narrative. An iconic, almost flawless story.
Never before have I seen such a well executed character drama.
LotGH constantly entertains you with intrige, war and philosophical debates.
Possibly the best space opera i have ever seen in a visual medium. Yang Wen-li is best girl. Show drags a bit at the end i think
More than a hundred episodes, not all are worth it, but the ones that are, are fucking amazing, and build up this epic story.
It has a good message to tell, but the execution is lacking, and the characters are dreary. No musical scores of its own, steals classical.