The crew of the Space Cruiser Yamato. This program not only helped trigger Japan’s anime boom in the late 70s, but also collected a size-able North American fan following when the program appeared in the United States as Star Blazers. (Copyright © 1983 West Cape Corporation.)

Promotional artwork (or an animation a cel, or both) for Space Battleship Yamato, dubbed in the U.S. as Star Blazers. Scan from Robotech Art 1, accompanying text transcribed as written (including the original’s “size-able”).

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