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Title(s): St&rs
巡星
ST&RS-スターズー
Author(s): TAKEUCHI Ryousuke
Artist(s): MIYOKAWA Masaru
Genres: Adventure, School life, Sci-fi, Shounen
Start Date: 2011
Status: Ongoing
Summary:
On August 10 of 2019, humanity received a signal, which was verified for its integrity by hundreds of scientists, from an alien life form containing one message: let us meet on Mars on July 7, 2035. Thus began the creation of a space agency representing Earth as a whole named ST&RS. From there, things progressed quickly with man re-landing on the moon in 2022 and constructing many space stations orbiting Earth and the moon. The Space Academy was created to train the upcoming generation of ST&RS.

The same August 10th that Earth received the message, Shirafune Maho spoke his first words and it was “Mars.” Since then, Maho has been an astronomy freak who has nothing but the universe on his mind. He decides he is going to apply for the Space Academy along with his childhood friend, Hoshihara Meguru, and recent transfer and super smart classmate, Amachi Wataru. The trio begins their almost impossible journey of being accepted into the school where only 1% of the applicants are allowed into the academy.
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the moon is made of cheese... stinky cheese...
Written by oliviaotakusama101 on March 24, 2012 at 9:58 PM
Overall Rating
Average
Story: 2
Dialogue: 3
Animation: 5
Entertainment: 2
im sorry due to all the good reviews that this series has gotten im worried mine will get flamed...TT.TT
in my opinion really, i couldnt enjoy this myself. it was so complicated to follow.

i'm not into sci-fi but i gave it a try. but if ur a luver of sci-fi and techo stuff then this is 4 u!
it's full of science astronomy and plenty of techo gizmos, the only warm aspect of the story is the protagonist with a big dream to go into space...

simple plot? yeah- at first glance! but if u read it, u might come to like the wonders of space too.

screw it. imma go the way i really do reviews.
animation- is absolutely wonderful to look at. and the colour pages are really cute and bright especially with that lock of messy green hair. the character designs are simple yet, u really enjoy looking at them, but the space suits r really cool, such detail. not to mention shiny.

dialouge- not much dialouge is memorable, nor really heartfelt. but there is alot of science dialouge, i could use it 4 a science essay one day. u really have to read a speech bubble 2 or 3 times if u dont wanna get confused. i had to skip panel just to avoid all the mumbo jumbo.

story- simple and clean. the boy wants to go to mars to meet aliens.... but i was really disappointed there was no fights or action.

entertainment- it made me smile once or twice, but thats not good enough. there arnt even that many jokes in it. i want to rofl, but i cant... it might just be me who thinks its average(beside the animation) but i think i'll stick to gintama sci-fi that include samurai and swords. u noe what? i think i'll just stick to demons and action. techno is confusing.

advice- if u like space or science then this is yours.
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