Trava: Fist Planet

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Synonyms: Trava


Type: OVA
Episodes: 4
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 2, 2002 to Jul 3, 2002
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Original
Genres: ActionAction, ComedyComedy, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Themes: MechaMecha, SpaceSpace
Duration: 13 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.551 (scored by 58225,822 users)
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Ranked: #58172
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Popularity: #4562
Members: 14,201
Favorites: 37

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Ace pilot Trava and his personal mechanic buddy Shinkai, on their way to mark an out-of-the-way planet, pick up Mikuru, a girl with no memory. The three are about to discover that the planet is more than it seems.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Koike, Takeshi
Ishii, Katsuhito
Imaishi, Hiroyuki
Storyboard, Key Animation
Yamamoto, Sayo
Storyboard, Assistant Animation Director, Assistant Director


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Ending Theme

"Sparke and Shimmer" by Emi Hiraki

Oct 4, 2008
M_A (All reviews)
Well, the story is quite basic, we start off with two characters, Trava and Shinkai, on board of a spaceship. They are freelancers, and their current job is to travel and survey an unknown planet. They find an object drifting in space, and locate a girl inside of it who seems to have lost her memories. Sound familiar?
The story doesn't start off partcularly exciting, but it's enough to keep you interested. Eventually, the trio ends up landing on the planet and realise that there are some crazy things going on there. The problem is, the story does seem random, while that can work, read more
Oct 17, 2016
filorlov (All reviews)
I have no idea how could this Piece of Art be possibly underrated like this. It undermines my faith in the Anime Community and breakes my heart. But, oh-well, whatever.

To make it clear. This is a story of two dorks saving a princess.
And this story has all charm of "Jay and Silent Bob" comedies, it has almost Quentin Tarantino's dialogues and it has... well, really dope animation, but WHO CARES. The main characters at the most part of their screen time just chilling and smoking and talking anyway. While some serious science-fictional sh*t is going around. Hilarious!

These kind of stories will always have a read more
May 6, 2020
Thedude3445 (All reviews)
Not as good as the poster would suggest, and nowhere close to its sequel Redline, but Trava: Fist Planet is pretty good, and very goofy. I love just how strange the sci-fi world in Redline was, and we get to see even more of it here, even if it isn't nearly as entertaining. I'm not normally a fan of this very "Adult Swim"-esque risque and racy sci-fi world, but for some reason Redline, and Trava by extension, work very well for me.

I feel like I'd have enjoyed this way more, except that this only had Hungarian subtitles, and the English ones refused to load. Some read more

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