Galaxy Angel (ギャラクシーエンジェル Gyarakushī Enjeru) is the first anime series in the Galaxy Angel franchise. It was directed by Morio Asaka and Yoshimitsu Ohsaki. It aired in Japan from April 7 to September 29, 2001. It is composed of 25 episodes of 12 minutes each, along with a DVD special.
The series was licensed in the United States by Bandai Entertainment, which released the series on DVD across 4 Volumes starting on March 16, 2004.
The Angel Brigade, an elite branch of the Transbaal Empire military, are assigned to search for The Lost Technology, mysterious items from the past that hold unknown powers. Led by the soon-to-retire Colonel Volcott O' Huey, the Angel Brigade travel to different planets using their specially designed Emblem Frame ships to search for Lost Technology. Unfortunately, they often mess up somehow and end up getting into all kinds of awkward and troublesome situations.
Galaxy Angel Z (ギャラクシーエンジェルＺ Gyarakushī Enjeru Z) is the second anime series in the Galaxy Angel franchise. It was directed by Morio Asaka and Yoshimitsu Ohsaki. It aired in Japan from February 3 to March 31, 2002. It is composed of 19 episodes of 12 minutes each plus a DVD special. In the United States, it was released on December 14, 2004 by Bandai Entertainment.
The continuation of the adventures of the Angel Brigade, Milfeulle Sakuraba, Ranpha Franboise, Mint Blancmanche, Forte Stollen, Vanilla H and the artificial inteligent plush doll Nomad, lead by Colonel Volcott O'Huey, in the search of the Lost Technology, but always under unexplained, crazy and comic situations.
Galaxy Angel A (ギャラクシーエンジェルA Gyarakushī Enjeru A) is the third anime series in the Galaxy Angel franchise, directed by Shigehito Takayangi. It was aired in Japan from October 6, 2002 to March 31, 2003. It is composed 26 half-hour episodes divided into two segments (52 episodes) plus 2 special episodes for DVD. Episodes 1 to 13 was titled Galaxy Angel A and from Episode 14 the name was changed to Galaxy Angel AA (ギャラクシーエンジェルAA Gyarakushī Enjeru AA). In the United States, it was released on December 27, 2005.
The Galaxy Angels have sworn to protect the galaxy one planet at a time. Now with some competition with the newly-formed Twin Star Brigade, they continue to find themselves in the center of chaos... though usually they're the ones at fault for its cause.
Galaxy Angel S (ギャラクシーエンジェルS Gyarakushī Enjeru S) is a two-episode OVA in the Galaxy Angel franchise. It was originally released on December 23, 2003 in Japan. It was released in the United States by Bandai Entertainment on May 6, 2008.
The Galaxy Angels' encounters with lost technology contiue in this special. Milfeulle finds that she's become a ghost in episode one and Volcott goes on a rampage in episode two.
Galaxy Angel X (ギャラクシーエンジェル X Gyarakushī Enjeru X) is the fourth and final anime series in the Galaxy Angel franchise. It was directed by Shigehito Takayanagi. It aired in Japan from July 7 to September 29, 2004. It is composed of 26 episodes of 12 minutes each.
The series was licensed in the United States by Bandai Entertainment, which released it in a complete series set on September 2, 2008. Citing budget issues, Bandai halted production of the dub after 8 episodes; thus the remaining episodes are subtitled-only.
Starting out with the new Galaxy Angel, Chitose Karasuma, the Angel Brigade continue their search for The Lost Technology while running into different kinds of mishaps.