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Title: Uchuu Kyoudai aka Space Brothers
Producers: Aniplex, Dentsu, A-1 Pictures, YTV, Sentai Filmworks, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Trinity Sound
Summary: Mutta's life has hit rock bottom. He's been fired, blackballed from his profession and now he's had to move back in with his parents. Meanwhile, his kid brother Hibito has been literally riding a rocket and training to be an astronaut. The same career Mutta once dreamed of. So, is it ever too late to go after your dreams? Through a little coercing and a bit of covert activity, Mutta's family and friends can get his resume on the right desk, but from that point on it will be up to Mutta himself. Does he have what it takes to turn his life around and put his footprint on the moon? The first step on the highway to the stars is always the hardest, and in a job where crash and burn isn't just a euphemism, it will be the biggest risk Mutta's ever taken. But with the best support team ever, maybe he'll find what he needs to rekindle the spark inside him and light the biggest candle of them all!
Type: TV series
Details: Genre: Comedy, Slice of Life, Seinen. Status: Currently airing( 85 episodes actually)
Why You Recommend It: This is simply the best SOL I have ever watched. Great characters, comedy. The plot is good and is becoming even better. The author is able to make mundane things looks so beautiful, and with the magnificent soundtracks it's hard not to be moved. If you like SOL and Comedy you should definitely give it a try. Almost all the episodes, if not all, are masterpieces, contrarily to many long-running series.
Where to Get It: here
Last edited by Demonspeed; December 12, 2013 at 09:35 AM.
Production: A-1 Pictures
Director, Series Composition: Hiraike Yoshimasa
Format: TV Anime
Duration: Two Seasons, 26 Total Episodes
Starring: Fukuyama Jun, Asumi Kana, Fujita Saki, Ono Daisuke, Watanbe Kumiko, Kamiya Hiroshi, Kitamura Eri, Hirohashi Ryou
An absurdist workplace ensemble comedy featuring minicon's, androphobia, katana wielding waitresses, and parfait. Will appeal instantly to fans of 2013's Servant x Service, based on a manga by the same author.
Last edited by Kaiten; August 23, 2014 at 12:56 PM.