Welcome to the Space Show
Uchû shô e yôkoso

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Welcome to the Space Show - Japanese Version
With an intergalactic cast of thousands, Koji Masunari's colorfully explosive debut feature sets a new high for visual spectacle and sheer inventiveness of character design - in what has to…
Welcome to the Space Show - English Version
With an intergalactic cast of thousands, Koji Masunari's colorfully explosive debut feature sets a new high for visual spectacle and sheer inventiveness of character design - in what has to…

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