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Banner of the Stars
Seikai no Senki I Kizuna no Katachi (Book Cover).jpg
星界の戦旗
(Seikai no Senki)
Genre Space opera, Military science fiction
Novel
Author Hiroyuki Morioka
Toshihiro Ono
Publisher Hayakawa Publishing, Sunrise
Original run December 1996 – ongoing
Volumes 4
TV anime
Director Yasuchika Nagaoka
Studio Sunrise
Licensor United States Bandai Entertainment
Network WOWOW
Original run April 14, 2000July 14, 2000
Episodes 13
TV anime
Banner of the Stars II
Director Yasuchika Nagaoka
Studio Sunrise
Licensor United States Bandai Entertainment
Network WOWOW
Original run July 11, 2001September 26, 2001
Episodes 10
Original video animation
Banner of the Stars III
Director Yasuchika Nagaoka
Studio Sunrise
Released August 26, 2005
Runtime 55 minutes
Episodes 2
Related
Anime and Manga Portal

Banner of the Stars (星界の戦旗 Seikai no Senki ?, lit. Battle Flag of the Stars) is a series of science fiction novels written by Hiroyuki Morioka, which serve as sequels to Crest of the Stars. The series is ongoing. Three of the four novels in the series have been made into anime.

Contents

Plot

Characters

Banner of the Stars Volume one "No Turning Back" region 1 DVD.

The crew on the attack ship Basrogrh with Jinto and Lafiel;

  • Aicryac Üémh Tlyzr Naurh
  • Sobach Üémh Dor Ïuth
  • Samsonn Borgh Tiruser Tirusec

The Lodaïrhs who appear newly;

  • Cénéch Üémh Stymer Cipair
  • Biboth Aronn Nérémr Ïarlucec Nélaith
  • Biboth Aronn Nérémr Ïarlucec Néféc
  • Atosryac Ssynec Atosr Lymh Faibdacr Loïc

Media

Novels

As of the present, there are four novels in the Seikai no Senki series. These are:

  • Seikai no Senki I "Kizuna no Katachi" (Banner of the Stars I "The Form of Bonds") (1996)
  • Seikai no Senki II "Mamoru Beki Mono" (Banner of the Stars II "That Which Is to Be Protected") (1998)
  • Seikai no Senki III "Kazoku no Shokutaku" (Banner of the Stars III "A Family Dinner") (2001)
  • Seikai no Senki IV "Kishimu Jikuu" (Banner of the Stars IV "Cacophonous Space-Time") (2004)

So far there are TV anime adaptations of the first two books and an OVA anime adaptation of the third book was released within the second half of 2005.

Anime

Among fans, Banner of the Stars is a title used to describe all anime except Crest of the Stars (which Hiroyuki Morioka has said was not intended as the main idea of the story, but just an introduction to how Jinto and Lafiel met). Currently two TV series and an OVA have been released:

Banner of the Stars

  1. Reunion
  2. Operation Phantom Flame
  3. Assault Ship Basroil
  4. The First Campaign
  5. Spectacular Insanity
  6. Remembrance Dinner
  7. Escape in the Dark
  8. The Eve of the Decisive Battle
  9. The Basroil's Battle
  10. Shooting Star
  11. The Flaming Battlefield
  12. The Battle for Aptic Gate
  13. The Shape of Bonds

Banner of the Stars II

  1. Operation Hunter
  2. Planet of Exile
  3. Emigration Plan
  4. The Hunters
  5. Rebellion
  6. Abh Hell
  7. The Flag of Gasarus
  8. Things to Protect
  9. To Lay Down the Bow
  10. An Abriel's Tears

Banner of the Stars III

(not yet licensed in the US)

  1. Reunion of the Stars
  2. Family Dining

Manga

Manga adaptations of the Banner of the Stars and Banner of the Stars II anime series have been released. These volumes were referred as the second and third parts of the Seikai Trilogy. This was because at the time of publishing, only three anime series were adapted from Hiroyuki Morioka's works, and Banner of the Stars III was yet to be made. Crest of the Stars consisted of the first part of the trilogy. The manga were released in English by Tokyopop in 2004.

  • Seikai Trilogy, Vol. 2: Banner of the Stars (subtitle: The Shape of Bonds)
  • Seikai Trilogy, Vol. 3: Banner of the Stars II (subtitle: Protecting the Precious)

Reception

References

External links


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星界の戦旗
(Seikai no Senki)
GenreSpace opera, Military science fiction
Novel
Written by Hiroyuki Morioka
Toshihiro Ono
Published by Hayakawa Publishing, Sunrise
Original run December 1996 – ongoing
Volumes 4
TV anime
Directed by Yasuchika Nagaoka
Studio Sunrise
Licensed by Bandai Entertainment
Network WOWOW
Original run April 14, 2000July 14, 2000
Episodes 13
TV anime
Banner of the Stars II
Directed by Yasuchika Nagaoka
Studio Sunrise
Licensed by Bandai Entertainment
Network WOWOW
Original run July 11, 2001September 26, 2001
Episodes 10
Original video animation
Banner of the Stars III
Directed by Yasuchika Nagaoka
Studio Sunrise
Released August 26, 2005
Runtime 55 minutes
Episodes 2
Related

Anime and Manga Portal

Banner of the Stars (星界の戦旗 Seikai no Senki?, lit. Battle Flag of the Stars) is a series of science fiction novels written by Hiroyuki Morioka, which serve as sequels to Crest of the Stars. The series is ongoing. Three of the four novels in the series have been made into anime.

Contents

Characters

File:Banner of the Stars volume 1 DVD
Banner of the Stars Volume one "No Turning Back" region 1 DVD.

The crew on the attack ship Basrogrh with Jinto and Lafiel;

  • Aicryac Üémh Tlyzr Naurh
  • Sobach Üémh Dor Ïuth
  • Samsonn Borgh Tiruser Tirusec

The Lodaïrhs who appear newly;

  • Cénéch Üémh Stymer Cipair
  • Biboth Aronn Nérémr Ïarlucec Nélaith
  • Biboth Aronn Nérémr Ïarlucec Néféc
  • Atosryac Ssynec Atosr Lymh Faibdacr Loïc

Media

Novels

As of the present, there are four novels in the Seikai no Senki series. These are:

  • Seikai no Senki I "Kizuna no Katachi" (Banner of the Stars I "The Form of Bonds") (1996)

Jinto and the princess pay service in the imperial fleet and join a arduous struggle for the defense of Aptic Gate(where the attack ship Basrogrh sink after the whole crew have escaped).

  • Seikai no Senki II "Mamoru Beki Mono" (Banner of the Stars II "That Which Is to Be Protected") (1998)

In a mission, handle by the princess and Jinto, in which to form a government on a new conquest planet(a prison planet full of prisoner), Jinto was kidnapped during a rebellion. Lafiel was force to withdraw by the military action of the enemy, leaving the Count. With very luck, she rescued the Count many days after the incident.

  • Seikai no Senki III "Kazoku no Shokutaku" (Banner of the Stars III "A Family Dinner") (2001)

The main characters going to the Hyde star system (Jinto homeland and recent recovered imperial territory). On the way, he encounters his friend Dorin Ku and was informed that a military war game operation will hold in Hyde star system. Once the Martine(system capital planet) refuses to surrender. Count Jinto negotiates with the Martine government and seeks terms to surrender. At last, at the cost of autonomy and exile of the Count, Martine joins the empire.

  • Seikai no Senki IV "Kishimu Jikuu" (Banner of the Stars IV "Cacophonous Space-Time") (2004)

The main characters returned to the imperial fleet. Lafiel's brother enlists to the army and was dispatched to a battleship. When Jinto and the princess return to the capital, the Federation of Hania suddenly attack the Empire and march toward the capital(end here).


So far there are TV anime adaptations of the first two books and an OVA anime adaptation of the third book was released within the second half of 2005.

Anime

Among fans, Banner of the Stars is a title used to describe all anime except Crest of the Stars (which Hiroyuki Morioka has said was not intended as the main idea of the story, but just an introduction to how Jinto and Lafiel met). Currently two TV series and an OVA have been released:

Banner of the Stars

  1. Reunion
  2. Operation Phantom Flame
  3. Assault Ship Basroil
  4. The First Campaign
  5. Spectacular Insanity
  6. Remembrance Dinner
  7. Escape in the Dark
  8. The Eve of the Decisive Battle
  9. The Basroil's Battle
  10. Shooting Star
  11. The Flaming Battlefield
  12. The Battle for Aptic Gate
  13. The Shape of Bonds

Banner of the Stars II

  1. Operation Hunter
  2. Planet of Exile
  3. Emigration Plan
  4. The Hunters
  5. Rebellion
  6. Abh Hell
  7. The Flag of Gasarus
  8. Things to Protect
  9. To Lay Down the Bow
  10. An Abriel's Tears

Banner of the Stars III

(not yet licensed in the US)

  1. Reunion of the Stars
  2. Family Dining

Manga

Manga adaptations of the Banner of the Stars and Banner of the Stars II anime series have been released. These volumes were referred as the second and third parts of the Seikai Trilogy. This was because at the time of publishing, only three anime series were adapted from Hiroyuki Morioka's works, and Banner of the Stars III was yet to be made. Crest of the Stars consisted of the first part of the trilogy. The manga were released in English by Tokyopop in 2004.

  • Seikai Trilogy, Vol. 2: Banner of the Stars (subtitle: The Shape of Bonds)
  • Seikai Trilogy, Vol. 3: Banner of the Stars II (subtitle: Protecting the Precious)

Reception

References

External links








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