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J. Shanon Weaver,
In the late twentieth century, the Secret Security Force was formed to stop the actions of the communist terrorist group known as the Red May. Angel, a beautiful, yet cold woman, has recently joined the small anti-terrorist group. But her first mission will be a true test of skill, for members of the Red May are being found dead, murdered by gruesome methods. Who is causing these murders? And why? Written by
Chuck "Dark-Side" Williamson
While many consider Angel Cop a "brainless gorefest", this anime doesn't intend to take itself too seriously. The story is just your typical average anime cyberpunk plot, but while Angel Cop is not the deepest animated movie of the 80's, it still delivers some of the most intense and brutal action scenes in recent memory. This 6-part OVA is definitely worth a watch for the action sequences and beautiful animation alone. The uncut unedited version of this series has some underlying stereotypical antisemitism about Jewish world domination over Japan, but those who can look outside the box can laugh about it while at the same time enjoy some of the best animation of the late 80's.
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