100-man-nen Chikyuu no Tabi: Bander Book

One-Million Year Trip: Bander Book

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Alternative Titles

English: One-Million Year Trip: Bander Book
Synonyms: Bandar Book: 1 Milion Year Earth Jorney, Bandar Book: Hyakumannen Chikyuu no Tabi, 24 Hour TV Specials
Japanese: 100万年地球の旅 バンダーブック


Type: Special
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 27, 1978
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Original
Genres: Sci-FiSci-Fi
Duration: 1 hr. 34 min.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity


Score: 5.701 (scored by 432432 users)
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Ranked: #94342
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Members: 1,222
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To escape the explosion of their ship caused by a terrorist attack, the parents of a young baby put him inside an escape pod and send him out before dying. The pod ends up on a planet inhabited by beings able to transform themselves into animals by using a special ring. The young baby is rescued by the royal family, and grows up to become the prince.

When the planet is attacked by pirates, he will be brought by force to Earth and discover everything about his own origins, and forgotten brother.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Hige Oyaji

Katsuta, Hisashi

Maid Nine

Asai, Yoshiko

King Zobi

Oohira, Tooru

Dracula, Hakushaku

Chiba, Kouichi

Führer Vitor

Kaji, Tetsuya


Yoshikawa, Akira
Tezuka, Osamu
Director, Original Creator
Oono, Yuji
Sakaguchi, Hisashi
Chief Animation Director, Character Design


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Dec 25, 2018
matthigh (All reviews)
This is one of many examples that prove that Osamu Tezuka may have been the godfather of manga and one of the most influential forces in anime, but he was still one really strange guy.

It starts with a Superman origin riff, and then jumps immediately into a planet suitable for a pulp-style adventure worthy of Howard or Burroughs, full of strange acid-trip-inspired creatures. And I'm thinking, okay, I think I can roll with this.

But then we are swiftly informed that anything associated with Earth is Evil and Bad. Oh, and suddenly Dr. Black Jack read more
Mar 1, 2016
Dodokai (All reviews)
100-man-nen Chikyuu no Tabi: Bander Book is somewhat convoluted in nature having to deal with time travel in the second half completely messes with the flowing narrative of the story but as such that's the only real problem I had with this film. Just because a film can be convoluted in it's own logic sometimes doesn't mean it's bad. I actually found myself enjoying it a pretty good amount. It by no means deserves to be called a masterpiece and is one of Osamu Tezuka's lesser works but it's also simply a product of the time and still makes for good entertainment as a landmark read more

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