The time of oppression and lawlessness in deep space has begun. In order to preserve itself, humanity has reluctantly accepted peace with the invading force of mechanical people. Warrius Zero, a mercenary armada captain, has lost his immediate family during the war for Earth. Reduced to serving the mechanized victors, Zero carries out his orders without the will to resist. Now he has received a mission unlike any other. Zero has been commanded to travel to the farthest reaches of the universe to hunt down a single wanted man known to all as Space Pirate Harlock.

Cosmo Warrior Zero - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2001-07-06

Cosmo Warrior Zero - Animax - Netflix

Animax Broadcast Japan Inc. (アニマックス, Animakkusu), stylized as ANIMAX, is a Japanese anime satellite television network, dedicated to broadcasting anime programming. The channel also dubbed cartoons in Japanese language. A subsidiary of Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan and Mitsui & Co.'s joint venture AK Holdings, it is headquartered in New Pier Takeshiba North Tower (ニューピア竹芝ノースタワー, Nyū Pia Takeshiba Nōsu Tawā) in Minato, Tokyo, Japan, with its co-founders and shareholders including Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan and the noted anime studios Sunrise, Toei Animation, TMS Entertainment and production company NAS. Animax is the first and largest 24-hour network in the world dedicated to anime. Animax operates as separate 24-hour TV channels for Japan, Asia (four separate feeds for South East Asia, Philippines, Hong Kong and Taiwan) and South Korea, in addition to VOD platforms in the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. In India Animax is available online as live channel via Sony LIV.

Cosmo Warrior Zero - Animax finally launches in North America - Netflix

On January 17, 2012, the streaming service, which is not only based primarily in the United States but also owned by Animax's parent company, added Animax to their lineup for the North America region, marking the network's first launch in the United States (although not on television). Its programming has included for the first time several of Animax's English language dubs, including that of shows that had never yet been adapted into English and had only aired in Southeast Asia and South Asia prior, such as Nodame Cantabile, Yōkai Ningen Bem and several others. Towards the end of 2013, the Animax branding was dropped, though Crackle continues to stream anime titles. Its current programming comes from Funimation, Media Blasters, Toei Animation and Aniplex of America.

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