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Captain Harlock: Dimensional Voyage Vol. 2 Paperback – December 5, 2017
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“Harlock leads the way to a world of new ideas.”
―James Cameron (Film Director)
About the Author
Leiji Matsumoto is one of Japan’s most influential manga creators. He is best known for Galaxy Express 999, Captain Harlock, and an animated collaboration with Western musical duo, Daft Punk.
Kouichi Shimahoshi is a Japanese manga artist who made his debut on the highly-acclaimed remake of Captain Harlock.
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The story is oddly resonant even today, with political leaders of a dystopian earth more concerned with money, golf, and keeping the populace subdued and uncaring.
The Mazon, ancient interstellar plant based life forms are coming to reclaim earth from humanity, and hardly anyone on earth notices, save some scientist (who are promptly ignored when they try to raise alarm), and our brooding space pirate hero Harlock. Who may very well be the original strong silent type badass of the manga world. Harlock is dripping cool.
This is the retelling of Harlock's story. Originally written by L. Matsumoto, who lived in Japan through the Pacific War, Japan's devestation, then occupation and rebuilding. I think his personal experiences must have influenced the power of his story and characters. To me this is on the way to being a masterpiece. Highly recommended.