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 is a bishōjo sci-fi/comedy anime, manga and dating sim series by BROCCOLI. It was created in July 2000, when Broccoli launched the multi-platformed project called Project G.A. The anime and Galaxy Angel Party manga comprise a comedy story in an alternate universe, while the games and the regular manga have a serious and involved romance/action plot.

A sequel to the game trilogy was released in June 2006, entitled "Galaxy Angel II: Zettai Ryouiki no Tobira", and stars an entirely new cast, the "Rune Angel Troupe", and a new feature that combines the new Brave Heart frame with any of the Angels. Each of the Rune Angels has a connection to one of the Galaxy Angels, such as Apricot Sakuraba, the younger sister of Milfeulle Sakuraba. Just like the original Galaxy Angel, the Galaxy Angel II series will have multiple games and already has a manga adaptation and comedic anime spinoff, both of which are currently running. The second Galaxy Angel II game was released in October 2007 entitled Galaxy Angel II Mugen Kairou no Kagi.

The success of the video game and anime series influenced the creation of a manga series based on the video game universe.

In Japan, the series became so popular that a musical based on the series was made. Entitled "GALAXY ANGEL ~The Musical~", it debuted in March and December 2005, and featured cast members who also worked on Galaxy Angel II.


The Galaxy Angel anime series, produced by BROCCOLI, Madhouse and Bandai Visual, premiered across Japan on Animax between 7 April 2001 to 29 September 2001, and was soon followed by numerous sequels, including a second series ("Z"), a third series ("A", "AA", and "S") and a fourth ("X"). Each broadcast is made up of two fifteen minute episodes, whose titles always contain references to food. The first series was broadcast by Animax, while later series have been broadcast by TV Osaka and other TXN stations. Internationally, the series has been broadcast by Animax and its respective networks worldwide, including its English language networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia, and its other networks in Hong Kongmarker, Taiwanmarker, South Koreamarker and Latin America. In the US, this series is distributed in DVDs from Bandai Entertainment.

The story is about a group of women and girls who go on government-sponsored humanitarian missions as the Angel Troupe (Angel-tai) to search for Lost Technology, generally a plot device to set up amusing and absurd humor typical of the show, rife with obscure Japanese puns. Many of the devices look like extremely mundane objects like sticks or rice cookers, but have fantastic powers like mutating organisms or as destructive weapons.

Series Title Broadcasts (TV) 1 Episodes (TV+extra) 2 Directors Aired in Japan 3 US Release Date
1 Galaxy Angel 24 24+2 Morio Asaka, Yoshimitsu Ohashi 7 April 2001 to 29 September 2001 27 June 2006
2 Galaxy Angel Z 9 18+1 Morio Asaka, Yoshimitsu Ohashi 3 February 2002 to 31 March 2002 25 July 2006
3 4 Galaxy Angel A 13 26 Shigehito Takayanagi 10 November 2002 to 29 December 2002 27 December 2006
Galaxy Angel AA 13 25+2 5 January 2003 to 30 March 2003 19 August 2008
Galaxy Angel S 5 1 2 21 December 2003 6 May 2008
4 Galaxy Angel X 13 26 Shigehito Takayanagi 7 July 2004 to 29 September 2004 September 2, 2008
1: Series 1 had one 15 minute episode per program, while other series have two 15 minutes episodes per 30 minute program.
2: Some episodes were not broadcast in Japan. Those were later added as extra episodes (OVAs) released on DVD.
3: Ignoring extra episodes on DVD.
4: Galaxy Angel A and AA is actually considered to be the same series (Series 3) in Japan. They just decided to give it a different name in the middle of the series.
5: Galaxy Angel S is a single special episode, which also is considered to be a part of series 3.

The Galaxy Angel anime generally abandoned any sense of strict continuity or plot arcs after the first series, so they can be viewed in any order. The cast is frequently abandoned, killed, or transmogrified only to return completely normal in the next episode. However, the fourth series introduced a new character (see below) and occasional references are made to funny events in previous series (For example, references to the Bandit Corned Beef). Many episodes also parody aspects of Japanese culture, movies, and of course, anime, often compressing what would be expected to be multiple-episode long stories into a few minutes. Each series also contains one episode which is played straight - as a serious, non-parody episode.The animated series can also be cited as a fanservice series in the most basic (but non-sexual) sense: the show is self-promotional, with absurd humor, spontaneous musical numbers, and elaborate costumes.



The video games are part strategy game, part dating sim, and are available for the PC and PlayStation 2. The three games in the series are titled Galaxy Angel, Moonlit Lovers and Eternal Lovers. All versions of the story are centered around the Angel Troupe, five or six female special agents with spacecraft.

Broccoli have announced that the video game trilogy will be released in North America , though Broccoli will not be working on the actual game themselves. All that is currently known is that the games will be subtitled only (without an English dubbed cast). The game is planned to be a PC only release. The English-subtitled version have been delayed from its intended Summer 2006 release due to the company whom is working on the game seeking a production house to help translate the game. A fan-made translation of the games are being worked on.

Galaxy Angel

In the video game universe, the Galaxy Angels are from the "Special Guardian Division" and they work closely with the "Imperial Special Guards" and the "Satellite Defense Teams". They are the guardians of the White Moon, the sacred planet of the Transbaal Empire, and the personal protectors of the White Moon Goddess Shatoyan. The story begins with Prince Eonia attempting a take over of the Transbaal Empire with the aid of the mysterious Black Moon, counterpart to the White Moon. To counter Prince Eonia, the Angel-tai along with their flagship the Elsior are placed in the hands of the kind and ever-capable Commander Takuto Meyers. In addition to the storyline differences, the personalities of the characters were also altered significantly for the anime, and the video games offer a much more in-depth look into the Galaxy Angel universe. Due to this, many fans treat the video games as the actual canonical universe for Galaxy Angel.

Theme Songs
  • Opening Theme: "Eternal love" ~Hikari no Tenshi~ (Eternal Love ~From Angels of Light~)
:Artist: Mari Iijima
:Lyrics: Yuki Mori
:Music: Yuusuke Sakamoto

  • Ending Theme: "Tenshi-tachi no Kyuusoku" (Angels' Holiday)
:Artist: Mari Iijima
:Songwriting: Mari Iijima
:Arrangement: Yuusuke Sakamoto

Galaxy Angel Moonlit Lovers

The second game in the trilogy, Moonlit Lovers, revolves around the battles with remnants of Eonia's forces led by General Rezum and later a mysterious woman named Nephilia who claimed to be a member of a race called the Val-Fasq. A new member of the Angel-tai, Karasuma Chitose, is also introduced. The relationship between Takuto and whichever Angel whose heart he won is explored as well.

Theme Songs
  • Opening Theme: "Eternal Love 2003"
:Artist: Mari Iijima
:Lyrics: Yuki Mori
:Music: Yuusuke Sakamoto

  • Ending Theme: "Tenshi-tachi no Kyuusoku" (Angels' Holiday)
:Artist: Mari Iijima
:Songwriting: Mari Iijima
:Arrangement: Yuusuke Sakamoto

Insert Songs
  • Theme: "Eternal Love" ~The angel of light Squadron Version~
:Artist: Angel-tai
:Lyrics: Yuki Mori
:Music: Yuusuke Sakamoto

Galaxy Angel Eternal Lovers

In the final game, Eternal Lovers, the war with the Val-Fasq begins in earnest while a couple of refugees from the legendary EDEN (the place origin of both the White Moon and Black Moon) arrive to beg the Transbaal Empire (and the legendary hero Takuto Meyers) for help. Takuto and his Angel's relationship is also put into serious jeopardy as his duties preparing for the war with the Val-Fasq keep them apart with increasing frequency.

Theme Songs
  • Opening Theme: "Angelic Symphony"
:Artist: Hiromi Satou
:Songwriting: Noriyasu Agematsu
:Arranger: Masashi Huzima

  • Ending Theme PC ver. : "Eternal Love 2004"
:Artist: Hiromi Satou
:Lyrics: Yuki Mori
:Music: Yuusuke Sakamoto

  • Ending Theme PS2 ver. : "Owarinai Prelude" (Neverending Prelude)
:Artist: Hiromi Satou
:Songwriting: Noriyasu Agematsu
:Arranger: Fujita, Hitoshi Makoto


Unlike the Anime, the manga version of Galaxy Angel looks at the stories in events with the battles against The Legitimate Transbaal Empire (Eonia's Rebel Forces) , and the relationship between Takuto Mayers and the six Galaxy Angel members. All Galaxy Angel books have been released domestically in North America by Broccoli-Books.

Title # Release date JP Release date USA
Galaxy Angel 1 December 2001 March 3, 2004
Galaxy Angel 2 September 2002 May 19, 2004
Galaxy Angel 3 March 2003 July 21, 2004
Galaxy Angel 4 November 2003 December 15, 2004
Galaxy Angel 5 July 2004 April 20, 2005
Galaxy Angel 2nd (Beta) 1 December 2004 November 30, 2005
Galaxy Angel 2nd (Beta) 2 July 2005 March 15, 2006
Galaxy Angel 2nd (Beta) 3 October 2005 August 9, 2006
Galaxy Angel Party 1 February 2003 July 30, 2005
Galaxy Angel Party 2 July 2003 January 4, 2006
Galaxy Angel Party 3 July 2004

Other Media

GALAXY ANGEL ~The Musical~ 16 March 2005
GALAXY ANGEL ~Re-Mix~ 7 December 2005

On March 16, 2005 Galaxy Angel Live has been performed. Performers are completely different from the voice actors because some of them were unable to participate.

There was another show in 2005, from December 7 to 11.


  • Mint Blancmanche: Marie Ono (小野まりえ).


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