List of Space Pirates

This is a list of space pirates, often found in the science fiction and fantasy genres.

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... Japanese director Leiji Matsumoto include several pirate characters, including and the privateer Queen Emeraldas, the best known of these pieces being Galaxy ... Manjanungo is bloodthirsty space pirate in Race Across the Stars, part of the Spaceways series by John Cleve ... Nabel is a nasty cyborg space pirate on the 1996 film "Space Truckers" Drongo Kane, repeated adversary of A ...

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