Our designated #LOGHSQUAD discusses the recently-released English translation of the first light novel in this acclaimed Japanese science-fiction series, as well as its comparison to the popular anime adaptation. 88 more words
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Depending on your definition of good science fiction, Legend of the Galactic Heroes is one of the finest SF stories ever. Leaning more towards space opera, 870 more words
“Pulled by the planetary gravity, shattered vessels that had lost propulsion were now falling. Among the planet’s inhabitants, children forgot their hunger for a brief while, enthralled by the ominous beauty of countless shooting stars screaming across the night sky.” 5,846 more words
Having finished it today, these are my final thoughts on Yoshiki Tanaka’s The Legend of the Galactic Heroes (Part 1). This is not a particularly formal review. 1,039 more words
Let’s start at the beginning: centuries ago, the dictator Rudolf von Goldenbaum founded the Galactic Empire and obliterated anyone who opposed him. Fearing his regressive policies, a handful of slaves managed to escape his clutches and found the democratic Free Planets Alliance. 1,068 more words
A new review for Anime UK News, covering both the original novel, and the audiobook version, of Legend of the Galactic Heroes.