Seikai no Senki II


Banner of the Stars II

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Alternative Titles

English: Banner of the Stars II
Synonyms: Battle Flag of the Stars II
Japanese: 星界の戦旗 II

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 10
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 11, 2001 to Sep 26, 2001
Premiered: Summer 2001
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Bandai Visual, WOWOW
Studios: Sunrise
Source: Light novel
Genres: ActionAction, RomanceRomance, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Themes: MilitaryMilitary, SpaceSpace
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.821 (scored by 1070210,702 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #8252
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Popularity: #3887
Members: 21,278
Favorites: 110

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Synopsis

Due to a lack of ambassadors for the recently-conquered worlds the rapidly advancing fleet of the Bebaus brothers leave behind, Lafiel is appointed Territorial Ambassador of the planet Lobnas II. Upon arriving to the planet Jinto and Lafiel discover that the planet was used by the United Mankind as a prison planet and now has a million prisoners on the only inhabited island. The prisoners are parted in three blocks. The western where women are housed, the eastern belongs to the men and the central is mixed under the restriction that all prisoners living there are sterilized. The women in the western sector want to emigrate from the planet of fear for the men and when they do the men in the east rebel, overthrowing the guards and capturing Jinto to try to stop the emigration of the women. At the same time an enemy fleet heads toward the system forcing Lafiel to abandon Jinto.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Bebaus, Nereis

Supporting

Atosuryua, Roi

Supporting

Narrator

Supporting
Jo, Haruhiko
Japanese

Tirusec, Samson

Supporting

Sobaash

Supporting
Saiga, Mitsuki
Japanese

Staff

Takeda, Yuuichirou
Script, Series Composition
Abe, Noriyuki
Storyboard


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"Main Theme (Seikai no Senki II Version), (メインテーマ(星界の戦旗II ver))" by Hattori Katsuhisa
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Ending Theme

"Farewell to my love" by Ayako Kawasumi



Mar 22, 2008
vijay (All reviews)
Ah, the Seikai trilogy... from all the anime I've ever seen, this anime's impact stood out almost as much as Gurren Lagann's ending to me.


Story

Based off a sci-fi novel, the world of the Seikai trilogy is full of genetic engineering, battleships, and galatic warfare, all in space of course.

However, the reason I watch anime isn't because of the setting, but purely because I enjoy seeing characters develop and grow. Maybe it's just me, but I hate when an anime neglects characters that are given potential but aren't developed (What Tokyo Underground did to Ginnosuke is a good example). That's not the case in Banner read more
May 27, 2007
Stormy_77 (All reviews)
Banner of the Stars II continues where Banner of the Stars I left off. With Operation Phantom Flame completed, the Abh empire is now chasing the remnants of The United Mankind fleet with the aim of wiping them out, in Operation Hunter. As the Abh fleet advances, reconquering worlds, it becomes apparent that there is a shortage of bureaucrats and ambassadors to oversee the administration of the re-conquered worlds.

This is where Banner of the Stars II starts off, with Lafiel being appointed Territorial Ambassador of the planet Lobnas II with Jinto as the deputy ambassador. Unfortunately for them, the planet happens to be a prison read more
Apr 28, 2011
charmecia5 (All reviews)
The reason why I say this is better than Banner of the Stars and even the prequel of the series, Crest of The Stars is because of a few reasons. Also here is the reasons why I gave it a perfect score too!

1. This one totally explores the relationship of Jinto and Lafiel. And what I mean by explore, I mean it literally focus on just how much Jinto and Lafiel love each other, and how they would react if anything ever happens to them, Mainly Jinto. I thought Crest of The Stars was a good series, since it shows how Jinto and Lafiel first read more
Nov 29, 2020
CzeroC (All reviews)
Seikai no Senki II unravels yet another story act of Jinto and Lafiel as they continue the voyage into space and planar space (yep, they have two different types of space here woohoo). Admittedly, the plot this time can be a bit predictable, especially with the pretty awkward spoiler-ish prologue in the first episode. Nonetheless, just as I thought my enjoyment was soiled from the get-go, SnS II threw me in a rollercoaster trip of emotion while barely reaching the half-way point. By the time the end credit rolled, I had already found myself being overwhelmed by a rather indescribable sense of catharsis.

Though Jinto and read more

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