|The Irresponsible Captain Tylor|
| (無責任艦長タイラー, Musekinin Kanchō Tairā)
|Story & Script||Hiroyuki Kawasaki|
[Kenichi Kanemaki] (ep 21)
[Masami Watanabe] (eps 2 5 8 and 25)
Nato Kimura (eps 1 and 6)
|Character Design||Tomohiro Hirata|
|Mechanical Designer||Koji Ito|
|Japanese||January 25, 1993 - July 19, 1993|
The Irresponsible Captain Tylor (無責任艦長タイラー Musekinin Kanchō Tairā?) is a 1993 anime television series animated by Tatsunoko Productions and directed by Kōichi Mashimo. It is based on Hitoshi Yoshioka's light novel The Most Irresponsible Man in Space.
Justy Ueki Tylor had his life all planned out: join the military, get a cushy desk job, and then retire with a big fat pension check. The perfect plan... until he wandered into a hostage situation and somehow managed to save an admiral! Now Tylor - a man who wouldn't know what discipline was if it bit him on the backside - has been made Captain of the space cruiser Soyokaze.
The crew of this run-down ship is the craziest rag-tag team of misfits you're ever likely to see, and they're not too fond of their complacent new leader. But they'd better learn to work together, because they're about to go head to head with the mighty Raalgon Empire. For better or for worse, the Earth's fate has been placed in the hands of a man who's either a total idiot - or an absolute genius!
|#||English||Japanese||Romaji||Japanese Release Date|
|1||The Mysterious Irresponsible Man||なぞの無責任男||Nazo no Musekinin Otoko||January 25, 1993|
|2||Hey Ho!: The Happy Pensioned Life!||いよっ! 花の年金生活||Iyotsu! Hana no Nenkin Seikatsu||February 1, 1993|
|3||The Ship Sets Sail, but Misgivings Remain||艦(ふね)は出ていく シコリは残る||Kan (fu ne) wa dete iku shikori wa nokoru||February 8, 1993|
|4||Enemy! Crisis! We Surrender!||敵だ!ピンチだ! 降参だ||Tekida! Pinchida! Kōsanda||February 15, 1993|
|5||"Angel in White" Begins With an H||H(エッチ)ではじまる 白衣の天使||etchi de hajimaru hakui no tenshi||February 22, 1993|
|6||The Tail of the Lizard's Tail||トカゲの しっぽのしっぽ||Tokage no shippo no shippo||March 1, 1993|
|7||A Gentleman's Word is His Bond||紳士協定 がまんがまん||Shinshi kyōtei ga manga ma n||March 8, 1993|
|8||Life is Short, So Girls Should Kill||命短し、 殺せや乙女||Inochi mijikashi, korose ya otome||March 15, 1993|
|9||When You Wish Upon a Flower||花占いに 祈りを込めて||Hana uranai ni inori o komete||March 22, 1993|
|10||Mind's Eye, Half Blind, Headed for a Rough Ride||心眼、近眼、 ドガンドガン||Shingan, kingan, dogandogan||March 29, 1993|
|11||In Demotion Does a Woman Bloom||左遷(なが)されて 女ざかり||Sasen (naga) sa rete on'na-zakari||April 5, 1993|
|12||The Day the Soyokaze Vanished||そよかぜが消えた日||Soyokaze ga kieta hi||April 12, 1993|
|13||Be Prepared, Be Smart, or Be Lucky||予習・復習・不勉強||Yoshū fukushū fu benkyō||April 19, 1993|
|14||Equation of Kindness||やさしさの方程式||Yasashi-sa no Hōteishiki||April 26, 1993|
|15||May 3, 1993|
|16||May 10, 1993|
|17||May 17, 1993|
|18||May 24, 1993|
|19||May 31, 1993|
|20||June 7, 1993|
United Planets Space Force
Holy Raalgon Empire
The sponsors were Big West.
It originally aired on TV Tokyo.
The series was dubbed in English by TAJ Productions and is licensed by Right Stuf! Inc/Nozomi Entertainment for region 1. Said release includes the entire series across five discs in a dark gray amaray case. Extra features include character bios, UPSF ship data, Raalgon Empire ship data, textless opening & closing, liner notes and Nozomi Entertainment trailers.
Manga Entertainment streams the dub in the UK.