A word from the author

Dear fans of Leiji Matsumoto,

This site is dedicated to one of the most famous Japanese manga drawer Leiji Matsumoto (also sometimes spelled as Reiji Matsumoto).

He created a lot of mangas which were possibly turned into anime. Among those anime, let us quote Uchû Senkan Yamato (known as Star Blazers in the US), Uchû Kaizoku Captain Harlock (Albator in the French-speaking countries), Ginga Tetsudô 999 (Galaxy Express 999), or Starzinger famous in Sweden, all of which were big hits from the mid-70s to the early 80s in Japan.

The most aware fans will certainly recognize more recent anime such as The Cockpit, Queen Emeraldas and Harlock Saga, while the others have surely seen some of the Daft Punk videos on TV.

I wanted this site to be as accurate as possible, like an encyclopedia. I also wish this site to be your site, the site of every people on earth who has experienced the depth of the works of Leiji Matsumoto.

This site is still under construction and help is welcome, specially for the summaries of episodes and movies, and info about rare series or TV specials.

Anyway, I hope you will enjoy this site.

A time voyager

Missing series or movies

  • Uchû Senkan Yamato 2 Sôshûhen Yamato yo Eien Nare
  • Uchû Senkan Yamato III Sôshûhen
  • Uchû Senkan Yamato Taidôhen - Yamato !! Waga Kokoro Fumetsu no Fune -
  • Hana to Midori no Hakurankai Ginga Tetsudô 999 (Animation made for the Flower Exhibition of Osaka in March, 1990)
  • Ginga Tetsudô 999 Memorial 1 & 2
  • Ginga Tetsudô 999 Medal Game (Arcade game)
  • Hikari no Kaze no Âma
  • All the radio drama series such as Emeraldus and Emeraldus II (Emeraldas), The Cockpit, Queen Millenia, GE999...
  • Some video games (2 arcade games from the 80's, Captain Harlock for PC-98, simulators, Benami pocket, Animelo Pop'n Music...)
  • All the live series, movies and documentaries (Eternal Fantasy Making DVD...)
  • The Musical Galaxy Express 999, Queen Millenia


  • OP: opening song
  • ED: ending song
  • IN: insert song (song heard in the series, or the movie)
  • IM: image song (song not heard in the anime, e.g. a song specially created for an album)
  • UN: unknown type of song (usually either a IN or a IM)
  • TL: translated song (e.g. an English version of a song created for an album)
  • OAV: original video animation (directly sold anime, not shown on TV or in movie theaters)
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