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(Yamato Nī Gō Nī Zero)
|Genre||Adventure, Science fiction|
|Original video animation|
|Directed by||Yoshinobu Nishizaki|
|Music by||David Matthews|
|Studio||Studio Take Off|
|Released||November 21, 1994 – August 25, 1996|
Yamato 2520 (YAMATO2520 Yamato Nī Gō Nī Zero?) was Yoshinobu Nishizaki's attempt at a sequel to Space Battleship Yamato, set several hundred years after the original series. However, Nishizaki was sued by Leiji Matsumoto for breach of copyright. Ultimately, Yamato 2520 was left unfinished after only three episodes were released. 
- Yôko Asagami Amethis
- Fûrin Cha Jog
- Isshin Chiba Gemushi / Dog
- Shigeru Chiba Speed
- Taichirô Hirokawa Narrator
- Kenyû Horiuchi Emilio
- Masatô Ibu Brône
- Kôji Ishii Moai
- Tomo Sakurai Marcie
- Hideyuki Umezu Packard
- Ken Yamaguchi Tonbe
- Konami Yoshida Sâsha
- Hiro Yuuki Konman
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- "Roots of Rebirth". Star Blazers. Retrieved 2008-07-20.
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- "RISING UP TO FIGHT AGAIN: The Yamato Sequels". Star Blazers. Retrieved 2008-07-20.
- Starblazers Official website
- Yamato 2520 (anime) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
- Yamato 2520 at the Internet Movie Database
- YAMATO2520 Page（ファンサイト）(Japanese)
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