Synonyms: SF Saiyuki Starzinger, Science Fiction Saiyuki Starzinger, Science Fiction Journey to the West Starzinger
Japanese: ＳＦ西遊記 スタージンガー
Apr 2, 1978 to Aug 26, 1979
25 min. per ep.
G - All Ages
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SynopsisThe Great Planet is dying, since its Queen is old and powerless... and the universe will perish along with it. Princess Aurora of the Moon volunteers to become the new Queen, so she must set out in a dangerous travel... along with her friends and escorts: the powerful Cyborgs Jan Kogo, Sa Jogo and Don Hakka.
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Opening Theme#1: "Starzinger no Uta (スタージンガーの歌)" by Isao Sasaki and Koorogi '73 (eps 1-29)
#2: "Uchuu no Senshi Starzinger (宇宙の戦士スタージンガー)" by Isao Sasaki and Kamiyo Youth Chorus (eps 30-64)
#3: "Bokura no Starzinger (ぼくらのスタージンガー)" by Isao Sasaki & Columbia Yurika Gokai (eps 65-72)
Ending Theme#1: "Hime no Tame nara (姫のためなら)" by Koorogi '73 (eps 1-64)
#2: "Hoshi ni Negai wo (星に願いを)" by Mitsuko Horie (eps 65-72)
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The first similarity is that both series have trips through the galaxy.
Another point are the girls of royalty and the objectives they pose. In Starzinger is the Princess Aurora and her desire to bring peace to the galaxy, while Odin is Sara and her longing to return to their planet, containing the secrets of the universe and creation.
Sci-fi anime about traveling through space to reach a goal while battling various space monsters and bad guys.
They are both shows from the 80s with a cult following, and they're adaptations of classic stories made into sci-fi (Journey to the West & Homer's Odyssey).
Combat, Drama and Adventuring - (And your occasional share of laughs)
Starzinger and Macross shares these entertaining aspects and delivers them to you with their unique 70's and 80's charm that cannot be achieved by modern day anime, whether its in space or on solid ground :o)
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