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Angel Links (1999)
English Title Angel Links
Japanese Title Seihō Tenshi Enjeru Rinkusu
Writer Hajime Yatate
Ibuki Hideaki
Directed by Yuji Yamaguchi
Music By Tosihiko Sahashi
Studio Sunrise Studios
Licensed by Bandai Entertainment (US, expired)
Funimation Entertainment (US, currently)
Networked by WOWOW (JP)
Airdate April 7, 1999 - June 30, 1999
Episodes 13

Angel Links (星方天使エンジェルリンクス Seihō Tenshi Enjeru Rinkusu?, lit. "Angels of the Stars: Angel Links") is 1999 animated television series produced by Sunrise Studios. Originally aired in Japan on the WOWOW television network, April 7 to June 30, 1999, Angel Links is a spin off the anime adaptation of Outlaw Star, set in the Toward Star universe.


Angel Links follows the 16 year-old protagonist, Meifon Li, who becomes the head of a corporation dedicated to saving transportation companies in outer space from pirates for free, as per her grandfather's dying wish. As the series progresses, she learns a terrifying secret about her grandfather and the reason for his wish.


Main article: Angel Links (anime)/Episode Guide

Broadcast and Distribution

The thirteen episode anime series originally aired on Japan's WOWOW television network from April 7 to June 30, 1999. Bandai Visual released the series on DVD in Japan in seven separate volumes from August 25, 1999 to March 25, 2000.[1][2] A DVD box set containing the entire series was published on July 28, 2006.[3] Yet another box set titled "Emotion the Best: Seihō Tenshi Angel Links" was released in Japan on September 24, 2010.[4]

The anime was later licensed for English language distribution in North America by Bandai Entertainment. It was initially released in this region on DVD in four separate volumes and was later compiled into a "Complete Collection" box set on July 1, 2003.[5][6][7] Finally, the series was re-released in a box set as part of Bandai's "Anime Legends" label on April 25, 2006.[8]

Following the closure of Bandai Entertainment in 2012, Sunrise announced at their panel at Otakon 2013, that Funimation picked up Angel Links, along with a handful of other former BEI titles.[9]


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