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Nozomi Entertainment Set to Do Value-Priced Re-Release of The Irresponsible Captain Tylor


The Nozomi Entertainment division of Right Stuf have also recently announced that a new “value-priced” re-release of The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is set to hit store shelves in early July 2013. Currently available only on DVD, this new set repackages the entire 26-episode Tylor television series – featuring the remastered video from the Japanese home video release and previous Nozomi release – with English audio, Japanese audio, English subtitles and on-screen translations, and on-disc extras.

The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is based upon a series of novels by Hitoshi Yoshioka and features direction by Koichi Mashimo (Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, Noir, Sorcerer Hunters), with production by Big West(Macross, Macross Frontier), d-rights (El Cazador de la Bruja, Gun X Sword) and Tatsunoko Production (Gatchaman, Casshern Sins). The English dub stars Crispin Freeman as “Captain Justy Ueki Tylor,” Lisa Ortiz as “Azalyn,” Rachael Lillis as “Yuriko Star,” Carol Jacobanis as “Harumi Nakagawa,” David Brimmer as “Lt. Makoto Yamamoto” and Veronica Taylor as “Shia Has.”

Justy Ueki Tylor had his life all planned out: join the military, get a cushy desk job, and then retire with a big fat pension check. The perfect plan…until he wandered into a hostage situation and somehow managed to save an Admiral! Now Tylor, a man who wouldn’t know what discipline was if it bit him in the backside, has been made Captain of the space cruiser Soyokaze! The crew of this rundown ship is the craziest, rag-tag team of misfits you’re ever likely to see, and they’re not too fond of their complacent new leader. But they had better learn to work together, because they’re about to go head to head with the mighty Raalgon Empire! For better or for worse, the Earth’s fate has been placed in the hands of a man who’s either a total idiot, or an absolute genius…

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