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Space Brothers

Uchuu Kyoudai

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On a fateful summer night in 2006, Mutta Nanba and his younger brother Hibito witness what they believe to be a UFO flying toward the Moon. This impressing and unusual phenomenon leads both siblings vowing to become astronauts, with Hibito aiming for the Moon and Mutta, convinced that the eldest brother has to be one step ahead, for Mars. Now an adult, life hasn't turned out how Mutta had pictured it: he is diligently working in an automotive company, whereas Hibito is on his way to be the very first Japanese man to step on the Moon. However, after losing his job, Mutta is presented with an unexpected opportunity to catch up to his younger brother when the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency, commonly known as JAXA, accepts his application to participate in the next astronaut selection. Despite self-doubts about his prospects, Mutta is unwilling to waste this chance of a lifetime, and thus embarks on an ambitious journey to fulfill the promise made 19 years ago.

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Information

English: Space Brothers
Japanese: 宇宙兄弟
Type: TV
Episodes: 99
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 1, 2012 to Mar 22, 2014
Premiered: Spring 2012
Broadcast: Sundays at 07:00 (JST)
Producers: Aniplex, Dentsu, YTV, Trinity Sound
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: A-1 Pictures
Source: Manga
Genres: Comedy, Sci-Fi, Seinen, Slice of Life, Space
Duration: 24 min per ep
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Resolution: 720p, 480p
Type: BD, Eng Sub

Staff

Ayumu Watanabe – Director
Katsuyoshi Kobayashi – Sound Director
Kouji Aritomi – Episode Director, Storyboard
Shinpei Ezaki – Episode Director, Storyboard
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Theme Songs

OP1: “Feel So Moon” by Unicorn (eps 1-13)
OP2: “Eureka (ユリーカ)” by Sukima Switch (eps 14-26)
OP3: “Yume Miru Sekai (夢見る世界)” by DOES (eps 27-38)
OP4: “Small World” by Fujifabric (eps 39-51)
OP5: “Kienai E (消えない絵)” by Magokoro Brothers (eps 52-64)
OP6: “Crater (クレーター)” by Merengue (eps 65-75)
OP7: “HALO” by tacica (eps 76-87)
OP8: “B.B” by THE Yatou (eps 88-99)
ED1: “Subarashiki Sekai (素晴らしき世界)” by Rake (eps 1-13)
ED2: “Kokuhaku (告白)” by Angela Aki (eps 14-26)
ED3: “Tete (テテ)” by Akihisa Kondou (eps 27-38)
ED4: “Goodbye Isaac (グッバイ・アイザック)” by Motohiro Hata (eps 39-51)
ED5: “BEYOND” by Miho Fukaraha (eps 52-64)
ED6: “Yozora no Taiyou (夜空の太陽)” by Flower Companyz (eps 65-75)
ED7: “New World” by Kasarinchu (ep 76-87)
ED8: “Anata a Ireba OK!” by Serena (88-99)

Episode List

01: Little Brother Hibito and Big Brother Mutta
02: My Shining Star
03: The Man with the Advantage and the Running Female Doctor
04: Next to Hibito
05: Days of Missing
06: Et Cetera in My Head
07: Dear Hibito
08: Smoky Heaven
09: Individual Resolve
10: Running Bus
11: Trapped Rivals
12: My Name Is Itou Serika
13: 3-D Ant
14: Broken Glasses and the Sole of the Foot
15: Let’s Talk About Space
16: Alarm, but No Clock
17: The Culprit Is in the Room
18: Roo-ra! Kenji!
19: The Day Before Goodbye
20: The Worst Possible Punishment
21: A Long-Awaited Glimpse of the Sky
22: Working on the Dream
23: Father, Son, and Mutta Claus
24: The Worst Possible Interviewer
25: Sonic Little Brother Training Big Brother
26: Painful Interview
27: One Question
28: Miracle of Doha
29: Night Before Launch
30: Dog, Old Man, and Alexander
31: Rocket Road
32: A Private Place
33: Moon Rabbit
34: Pug and Hug on a Moonlit Night
35: From the Little Corner of a Big Facility
36: Dancing Astronaut
37: Two Men in the Park
38: Eleventh E-mail
39: Lunar Illusions
40: Heaven and Hell
41: Eighty Minutes to Live
42: Hibito’s Choice
43: Brian
44: Three Astronauts
45: Five Blue Rangers
46: Number One Restless Guy
47: The First Promise
48: Always Have a Pedometer in Your Heart
49: Nitta the Leader
50: Nitta and Mutta
51: Living Stone
52: A Big Brother Should Always…
53: Stand on the Moon Together Alive
54: Do I Have Good Luck?
55: Distant Goal
56: Promise to Drink
57: An Engineer’s Switch
58: Earnest Failure
59: Promise Sign
60: Sea Diver and Space Diver
61: Those Who Wait for Hibito
62: Those Who Dream Far
63: Young Excitement
64: Piece of Cake
65: Wheelchair Pilot
66: Two Notebooks
67: Deneil-ized
68: Two Keyboards
69: Next to Hibito
70: Determination to Give Up
71: Rehearsal
72: Hibito’s Disorder
73: A Road on the Roadless Moon
74: Magic Trick
75: My Hands
76: Olga
77: An Astronaut’s Daughter
78: Out of Time
79: Olga, Hibito, and Gagarin
80: Secret
81: Worst Enemy
82: Space Family
83: Kenji and I
84: Supandaman
85: On the Moon
86: For Tomorrow
87: To the Place Where I Belong
88: Pretty Dog
89: Last Words
90: A Small Note and a Big Lucky Charm
91: How to Help Hibito
92: Lonely People
93: In the Corner of My Heart
94: Exciting Teamwork
95: Our Future
96: Astronaut and Father
97: Won’t Go Away
98: The Ultimate Astronaut
99: Life Changes, Promises Don’t

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Cestus

A wonderful story of pursuing one’s dream, brotherhood, life and its many obstacles, with impeccable detail in character and storytelling.

Shane

Bruh best coming to age story, Shows two amazing characters growing and showing their great abilities to become astronauts.

hunty-san

Consider this one a masterpiece if it were a lil shorter. Handled serious and realistic topics that r usually unseen in this form of media

Drug_Farmboi

Sometimes when life’s feeling groggy, I put this show on and I instantly forget it all. This show is hilarious, heart warming and just great

komanaki

Plus qu’une histoire spatiale vraisemblable, une histoire touchante d’adultes réalisant leurs rêves malgré les difficultés du quotidien.

Comrade Roe

Pretty good. MC straddles an awkward line between uncomfortable and relatable, but pulls it off. Ends on an awkward note but still worth it.

Komirne

Great SOL show, especially if you are a space nerd like I am.

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    CoyoteStarrk (Kaycee)

    A hooman who hates anime. PS: Get me a Doge pls :/ for I am Japanese Inside *inserts Intel logo in Jap*