Ranked #9965


Alternative Titles

Japanese: ゼビウス


Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 3, 2002
Producers: KENMedia
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Game
Duration: 1 hr. 15 min.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


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Ranked: #99652
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In the year 2150 A.D. space pilot Takeru and human computer Martha come across a giant ship which contains two mechanical beings called Sara and Ru Mi. They warn Takeru and Martha of the Gump, an alien race that is heading to Earth so that it can take over the planet. With only 40 mintues remaining until Earth's invasion, Takeru enters the Solvalou, a combat aircraft, and heads to the Gump's base on the planet Andoa.

(Source: ANN)


Based on Namco's classic 1980s videogame of the same name.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Oda, Yuusei
Oda, Yuusei
Yuzuki, Ryouka
Yuzuki, Ryouka
Me, Roux
Yuzuki, Ryouka
Yuzuki, Ryouka
Araki, Kae
Araki, Kae


Seino, Kazumichi
Seino, Kazumichi
Producer, Director
Ogura, Shinya
Ogura, Shinya
Setting, Assistant Director
Kobayashi, Nobumitsu
Kobayashi, Nobumitsu
Mechanical Design

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Anime: Salamander
Both based on shooting games (shumps / stgs) which were released in the 1980's. Both games were well known for their paranormal/spiritual elements. Salamander is the spiritual sequel to Gradius that featured the Maoi heads, which were in themselves a reference to the Nazca lines in Xevious. 
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