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Last Exile: Ginyoku no Fam


Alternative Titles

English: Last Exile: Fam, the Silver Wing
Japanese: ラストエグザイル-銀翼のファム-

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 21
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 15, 2011 to Mar 24, 2012
Premiered: Fall 2011
Broadcast: Saturdays at 02:00 (JST)
Studios: Gonzo
Source: Original
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.131 (scored by 11,066 users)
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Ranked: #29792
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Popularity: #1802
Members: 30,282
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Synopsis

"I've made up my mind! I'm going to steal that ship!"

All source of life originates from the Grand Lake.

At this very sacred lake, the battle between the Ades Federation and the Turan Kingdom has just begun. The Ades Federation, armed with massive battleships and its sights set on conquering the world, declares war on the Turan Kingdom. With the Federation's troops encroaching on their beloved country, Turan now lies on the brink of collapse. As this is happening, the princesses of Turan look on as a small vanship named Vespa cruises above their heads.

"We shall now commandeer your flagship and take her from this battlefield. The choice is yours. Die here, or survive with us Sky Pirates!"

The Vespa continues to weave through the barrage of bombs, while the fleets of the Federation close in on Turan.

What are the motives of Luscinia, the man leading the Ades Federation into the war? And what is the secret behind "Exile"?

(Source: Animax, edited)

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Characters & Voice Actors


Staff

Chigira, Kouichi
Director
Takahashi, Yukio
Episode Director, Storyboard, Key Animation
Ichimura, Tetsuo
Episode Director, Key Animation
Ayana, Yuniko
Script


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"Buddy" by Maaya Sakamoto (eps 1, 3-20)

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#1: "Starboard" by Hitomi (eps 1, 3-7, 9-16)
#2: "Buddy" by Maaya Sakamoto (ep 2)
#3: "Starboard [Silky Wind ver.]" by Hitomi (eps 8, 20)
#4: "Innocent Eyes" by Hitomi Kuroishi (ep 17)
#5: "Sorrows of Life" by Hitomi Kuroishi (ep 18)
#6: "Grand Exile" by Hitomi Kuroishi (ep 19)
#7: "Kaze no Kyoukaisen (風の境界線)" by Hitomi (ep 21)




More reviewsReviews

Jan 26, 2012
5camp (All reviews)
When a sequel to Last Exile was announced, it had a real air of desperation to it. It felt like Gonzo were desperately rummaging through their back catalogue to find an IP with recognisable quality that they could rehash for some extra dough. The original Last Exile was great, but it was also complete, and ended in a way that solved all the characters issues and wrapped everything up in a perfect package. It by no stretch needed a sequel. But they did so anyway, setting it with new characters and on a completely different planet, with only very loose connections to what happened in read more
Mar 30, 2012
KatayokuTsuneki (All reviews)
Roughly eight years have passed since the final episode of Last Exile. We all remember how it concluded: after defeating the antagonist and ending a war that was raging for eternity, good guys laid their hands on a sleeper ship and went to another world to live in peace and harmony. But what they actually arrived at turned out to be the twisted, corrupted world of unnecessary sequels.

Truly, Gonzo was having a tough time and needed a strong comeback that will allow it to stay in business, so they chose to milk one of their old successful and popular titles. Was it a wise decision? read more
Jun 4, 2012
du5k (All reviews)
Last Exile: Ginyoku no Fam goes from an interesting tribute to a snoozer and ends in a failure.

Throughout the early episodes of the series, I remember having favorable opinions for the show; it reminds me of the brilliance of the first season, the vast world, and even one of the first reasons I started liking anime, because Last Exile was one of the earliest shows I've watched. I hated Millia, but I liked Fam, and that Toyosaki Aki did a pretty good job on her. As long they keep this up and moving on to the real story, it would turn out really good.

It didn't read more
Jun 3, 2012
Uriel1988 (All reviews)
In 2003, Gonzo made “Last Exile”: a neat adventure story with gorgeous visuals set in a fascinating world inhabited with some intriguing characters and, most importantly, a genuine sense of adventure and wonder. That said, it had its problems: the main characters were bland, the story pace was uneven and the ending was a rushed mess.

Fast forward to 2011, Gonzo is diving into the world of Last Exile yet again with “Last Exile: Ginyoku no Fam” (TL: Fam, the Silver Wing). A sequel that's only loosely tied to the original, both in story and, sadly, in quality.

Set an unspecified number of years after the original, read more

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