Stardust Memories
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Stardust Memories

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Japanese: スターダストメモリーズ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 13
Status: Finished
Published: 1995 to 2003
Genres: Sci-FiSci-Fi, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Hoshino, Yukinobu (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.021 (scored by 603603 users)
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Ranked: #74002
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Popularity: #7016
Members: 1,615
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Stardust Memories is a short story compilation of human beings in the distant future where we have traveled deep into space. Each story describes a moral dilemma that people traveling in space may experience which is something that we have yet to determine in the current world.

Stardust Memories talk about such problems as the implications of having people travel for years, even decades, in the cold, quiet and endless universe. A different story tells on how human presence in a foreign galaxy will affect the environment. The topics the author decides to write about are interesting and makes you wonder about the future.


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Dec 15, 2010
Archaeon (All reviews)
Science fiction has long been a mainstay of the anime and manga industries, with the number of tales that have some relationship to it running into the hundreds. It's surprising then, that such a well established and lucrative genre is still lacking in certain departments.

Consider for a moment the titles that you know to be science fiction, or that have used the genre in some manner (Aria is probably the best example of the latter). Many of those that might immediately spring to mind will probably fall into the category of popular modern science fiction. Now there's no problem with this, as it's something that's read more
Jan 7, 2018
deadoptimist (All reviews)
Have you ever read a collection of short sci-fi stories? Something with the works by the masters, Sheckley, Simak, Zelazny, Longyear, a preface talking about the eternal dream about stars and illustrations by the early astronauts – stuff that makes you believe in the purpose of humanity and long for space travel. If you have, you know what Stardust Memories is like – this manga is 100% such a book, down to the letter, adapted into a bit retro but surprisingly fresh handsome art.

If you haven’t… Well. *sigh* Ok. This brand of sci-fi is mostly philosophical, it treats space as a frontier the humans are read more

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