A priceless work of art is stolen. The Galaxy Rangers are assigned to recover it. The artwork makes anyone who comes into contact with it experience the life and emotions of the artist who created it...
In the distant future, a team of four high tech Star Sheriffs defends frontier space colony Yuma from outlaws, as well as Outriders, an army of humanoid alien beings called Vapors, led by mysterious Nemesis, who need Yuma's resources.
Pursued by intergalactic warlord Krulos and his Rulons, human Valorians fly through a wormhole and end up on the prehistoric Earth. Krulos follows and becomes stuck in prehistory as well. Both sides build dinosaur armies and engage.
The 3 Kisugi sisters, Rui, Hitomi and Ai run the Cat's Eye Cafe. They are the daughters of Michael Heinz, a painter who mysteriously disappeared in the seventies. In order to find out what ... See full summary »
The British AOR band FM, whose lead singer is Steve Overland, performed the ending theme for chapters 36 and from chapter 38 to 65 titled "Rangers Ride Forever" and another one titled "Showdown", also known as "Out Beyond the Stars". See more »
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In 2086, two peaceful aliens journeyed to Earth, seeking our help. In return, they gave the plans for our first hyperdrive, allowing mankind to open the door to stars. We have assembled a team of unique individuals to protect Earth and our allies. Courageous pioneers committed to the highest ideals of justice. And dedicated to preserving law and order throughout the New Frontier, these are the Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers!
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What I liked best about this wonderful series was the way it mixed advanced tech (robots, space travel, etc.) with rustic tech (farming, camping, etc.). This one had a touch of realism that comes from showing how people in an advanced society might integrate their technical assets with older skills in a synergistic way. It reminded me of the same feel that Robert Heinlein's "juvenile" stories (Farmer in the Sky, Starman Jones, Between Planets) created, and in the same way. These rangers aren't just about pushing buttons and saying, "make it so" to their androids. They deal with people in some pretty gritty situations, using _everything_ a lone law enforcer has to call upon, whether it blinks, beeps, or just needs a swift kick.
Like everyone else, I dearly wish SciFi or Cartoon Network would run this one. It was great.
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