Jūrōta Kosugi

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    After School Midnighters (2012)

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    After School Midnighters (2012)

    Houkago Midnighters is about a human anatomical model that comes to life at midnight in a school.

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    Lupin the Third: Episode 0: First Contact (2002)

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    Lupin the Third: Episode 0: First Contact (2002)

    A reporter asks Jigen to tell how he met Lupin and the rest of the gang. He tells of when he was hired by a millionaire named Galvez to help guard the Clam of Helmeth, a green cylinder made of unbreakable metal. The cylinder contained instructions on how to forge a metal similar to the one that composed it. The Clam has also gained the attentions of Lupin, a fellow thief named Brad, and Brad’s partner, Fujiko. Brad manages to steal the Clam, but is murdered by Galvez’ henchman, Shade. Lupin and Fujiko now have possession of it, but no means to open it. Meanwhile, Inspector Zenigata has been dispatched by the Japanese police to hunt down and arrest Fujiko. He is paired with George McFly, an American detective who is his only resource. And on the other side of the world, Goemon is seeking a sword worthy of his skills. The key to opening the Clam of Helmeth is now the focus of everyone’s efforts, but who will come across it first?

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    Zenki

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    Zenki

    Zenki is a Japanese manga series written by Kikuhide Tani and illustrated by Yoshihiro Kuroiwa. It was serealized in the Shueisha publication, Monthly Shōnen Jump from 1992 to 1996. Zenki was adapted into a fifty-one episode anime television series in 1995 by Studio Deen and also spawned five video games. Enoki Films handles the English language version of the anime.

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    Sadamitsu the Destroyer

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    Sadamitsu the Destroyer

    Sadamitsu the Destroyer is a manga series by Masahiko Nakahira. It was adapted into a 10 episode animated series.

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    Saiyuki Reload

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    Saiyuki Reload

    Priest Genjo Sanzo and companions Cho Hakkai, Sha Gojyo, and Son Goku maintain their westward journey to stop the resurrection of the demon Gyoumao. As the reputation of the Sanzo Ikkou precedes them, they continue to fight demon assassins at every turn, but they must also deal with increasing tensions within their group in order to defeat a powerful enemy.

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    Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi

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    Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi

    Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi is a Japanese anime series based on the Sangokushi manga by Mitsuteru Yokoyama, itself based on Eiji Yoshikawa’s retelling of the Chinese literary classic Romance of the Three Kingdoms.

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    Android Kikaider

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    Android Kikaider

    Android Kikaider: The Animation, the anime adaptation of the Japanese superhero Kikaider, was produced by Sony Animation and broadcast on Kids Station from October 16, 2000 to January 8, 2001, with a total of 13 episodes. The anime followed more of the manga, with a darker nature of Jiro’s reason to exist.

    It was followed by the OVA 4-episode sequel called. Kikaider 01: The Animation.

    An OVA special came with the Kikaider 01 DVD called The boy with the Guitar: Kikaider vs Inazuman which teamed Kikaider with Inazuman, another superhero created by Shotaro Ishinomori. It was based on the manga chapter of Inazuman called The boy with the Guitar.

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    Kaiketsu Zorro

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    Kaiketsu Zorro

    Kaiketsu Zorro is an Italian/Japanese anime, based on the western character Zorro. 52 episodes were produced, however, only 46 were broadcast in Japan. The series became very popular in European countries, including Portugal and Spain, the colonial power of the area in the story.

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    Samurai Pizza Cats

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    Samurai Pizza Cats

    The setting is a Japanese looking village named “Little Tokyo” where the Pizza Cats run a pizza fast food business. Little Tokyo is populated by all kinds of animals. The official governor of the town is the Emperor, but since he has gone bananas a council takes care of the well-being of the village. One of the members of this council is called Seymour “Big” Cheese, who secretly wishes to take over control of the village. The pizza take away restaurant is merely a cover for their true job… Whenever evil is afoot, the Pizza Cats are launched towards the danger from the gun-lookalike clock tower that emerges from the top of their restaurant.

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    Dirty Pair

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    Dirty Pair

    Dirty Pair is a series of sci-fi comedy light novels written by Haruka Takachiho and illustrated by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko that was later adapted into anime and manga versions.

    The stories take place in the years 2138-43, by which time humanity has spread across some few thousand star systems. A corporation called the World Welfare Works Association helps member systems of the United Galactica federation deal with various planetary-scale problems, for profit, by sending agents called “trouble consultants”. Probably the most high-profile arm of the organization is the Criminal Investigations section, which works to solve crimes or mysteries. The series focuses on a team of trouble consultants in that section, named Kei and Yuri, who have a reputation for leaving a trail of destruction behind them, for which they are known publicly as the “Dirty Pair”.

    The franchise has bounced across multiple formats and production companies, resulting in eight novels and a few shorter stories, a television series, two OVA series, two OVA features, a feature film, a number of graphic novels, and two short Japanese radio series. The series won the Animage Anime Grand Prix prize in 1985.

    $72.00
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    Martian Successor Nadesico

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    Martian Successor Nadesico

    Martian Successor Nadesico, known in Japan as Mobile Battleship Nadesico, is a science fiction comedy anime TV series, and a later manga series created by Kia Asamiya. The manga, published in English by CPM Manga, is significantly different from the anime.

    In 2005 Anime News Network reported that plans for Nadesico 2 were scrapped, citing an entry on Stellvia director Tatsuo Sato’s blog.

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