8 Anime Star Wars Fans Should Watch

May the 4th is a fan holiday celebrated by Star Wars fans around the world. Whether you want to take a break from marathoning the star wars movies or what a change of pace, here is Star Wars as anime for you.

I know guys its about time for that day of the year when all star wars fans celebrate the fandom of star wars.

And if you are someone who loves anime as much as star wars and want to watch star wars as anime then today we going to make a list for you specially.

8. Last Exile

Last Exile star wars as anime

Last Exile can be looked at as a steampunk version of Star Wars as anime that focuses on X-Wing pilots.

The series takes place in the world of Prester, which is facing ecological devastation due to a war between the countries of Anatoray and Disith.

Claus and Lavie are couriers, and their job involves running through the Grand Stream, which is a violent air current that separates the two warring countries.

When they accept a job to deliver an orphan girl to a battleship, the duo finds themselves in the middle of a conspiracy.

7. AKB0048

AKB0048 star wars anime

Idols with lightsabers? AKB0048 is a deceiving series. It does have the standard idol song and dance sequences, but the majority of the series follows a group of idol rebels fighting against the totalitarian Deep Galactic Trade Organization. With lightsabers.

6. Cowboy Bebop

Cowboy Bebop

Maybe you like your rogue bounty hunters with less humor? then watch a vintage anime series like Cowboy Bebop follows a ragtag group of bounty hunters who are trying to make a living in space.

A majority of the series is episodic, but the final third is an action-packed and dramatic arc.

5. Outlaw Star

Outlaw Star

Outlaw Star includes a lot of science-fantasy elements that are found in Star Wars as anime, including a force-type power.

Gene Starwind has always dreamed of piloting a spacecraft but instead, finds himself performing odd jobs on the planet Sentinel III. But, when he accepts a job for the outlaw Rachel Sweet, Gene finds himself on the Outlaw Star.

4. The Irresponsible Captain Tylor

The Irresponsible Captain Tylor

The Irresponsible Captain Tylor basically stars a Han Solo-type character the captain of a space crew.

Justy Ueki Tylor is a cavalier spirit who has a knack for getting out of near-death situations.

3. Space Battleship Yamato 2199

Space Battleship Yamato 2199

The series follows the inexperienced crew of the Space Battleship Yamato. During Earth’s most desperate moment, the crew was quickly formed and dispatched on a 148,000 light year journey to Iscandar.

It is believed that the inhabitants of Iscandar want to help Earth in their fight against the Gamilas Empire.

2. Crest of the Stars

Crest of the Stars

Crest of the Stars is the first part of a sci-fi saga, which leads into Banner of the Stars and Passage of the Stars. Basically, the series would be like following The Empire during the Galactic Civil War.

The series is told from the Abh’s imperial point of view, which is a space-faring race of aliens that conquer worlds so they can expand their empire. Jinto is a human boy who finds himself in Abh society after his father sold out their homeworld.

Jinto meets an Abh princess named Lafiel, and during their training in military school, they witness the start of a war led by an alliance of democratic nations.

1. Legend of the Galactic Heroes

Legend of the Galactic Heroes

Legend of the Galactic Heroes is essentially Star Wars as anime Game of Thrones. The series centers around a 150-year war between the Galactic Empire and the Free Planets Alliance.

With over 100 episodes, the series is a slow burn that deals with military strategy and political maneuvering, which caps off with epic space battles.

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Garima Singh

Moshi Moshi everyone! I'm Garima, an anime enthusiast with a passion for sharing my love of anime with others. I've watched over 1000 anime, and I'm always on the lookout for new and exciting shows to watch.

I love everything about anime, from the stories and characters to the animation and music. I'm also a big fan of anime culture, and I love to learn about Japanese culture and history through anime.

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