Miki Nagasawa

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    Go! Anpanman: Dadandan and the Twin Stars (2009)

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    Go! Anpanman: Dadandan and the Twin Stars (2009)

    A story about twin star fairies – Kirara and Kirari. Kirara is a sweet girl who loves to shoot shooting stars, and Kirari is a kind girl who watches the stars. After fighting each other, they fell to the ground. Kirara is helped by Anpanman where she fell on the banks of the lake. At a nearby castle, Dr. Hiyari was doing mind experiments to increase power. There, a mysterious light falls, it is a giant mysterious black fairy with special abilities – it is Kirari. Meanwhile, in the starry sky where Kirara and Kirari had been, the “Devil Star” with the power to destroy everything in the world has became powerful.

    PKR 150
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    Blue Submarine No. 6

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    Blue Submarine No. 6

    The once famous and well respected scientist Zorndyke has bred a new genre of living being, one that thrives on the oceans and lives to destroy humans. Zorndyke believes it is time that the humans were relieved of their rule of the earth. It is up to Blue Submarine No. 6 and the rest of the Blue fleet to put an end to Zorndyke’s madness and creations.

    PKR 200
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    Seraphim Call

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    Seraphim Call

    Seraphim Call is a Japanese anime series by Sunrise from 1999. Seraphim Call may be considered avant-garde in several respects. For example: it is an anthology of individual stories while most other anime is serialized. Other examples include a surprise ending that comes at the beginning of one of the stories, an episode seen entirely through the eyes of a plush toy, one is largely a Thunderbirds parody, and two nearly identical episodes from individual twin perspectives. The experimentation in plot structure can be very subtle often requiring the viewer to watch each episode twice before noticing it.

    PKR 400
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    Vampire Princess Miyu

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    Vampire Princess Miyu

    Miyu, a vampire girl, acts as a guardian, sending stray demons known as Shinma back to the darkness while publicly posing as a high school student.

    PKR 900
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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.

    PKR 900
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    Ground Defense Force! Mao-chan

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    Ground Defense Force! Mao-chan

    Ground Defense Force! Mao-chan, also known as Earth Defender! Mao-chan, is a 26-episode comedy anime, created by Ken Akamatsu, the author of Love Hina.

    It stars three eight-year-old girls, Mao, Misora and Sylvia, as they try to defend the earth against invading aliens. The world’s defense has fallen to unlikely straits because the aliens are excessively cute, of which combat engagements are televised: if the forces battling the aliens were not cute themselves, the general public would revolt, as it would be seen as “bullying”. Consequently, three military leaders chose their granddaughters to be the defenders, fittingly, becoming a team even cuter than the aliens. They each have a clover-shaped badge that enables them to transform.

    The series itself is rife with parodies and references, particularly to Akamatsu’s earlier work Love Hina. The girls’ commanding officer bears a resemblance to Naru Narusegawa from Love Hina.

    PKR 1,800
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