Mink is the love-child of a dragon and a dragon-slayer. Mink and her friends have very weird adventures on Mink's quest to be human. The story is unique because the art style constantly ...
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Mink is the love-child of a dragon and a dragon-slayer. Mink and her friends have very weird adventures on Mink's quest to be human. The story is unique because the art style constantly switches between normal proportions and super-deformed proportions. Written by
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The music over the closing credits is a bouncy bubblegum pop arrangement (by Kohei Tanaka) with nonsense lyrics to the main musical motifs of several Beethoven Symphonies. See more »
You didn't have to come along, Rufa.
Don't worry; I won't be just spare baggage. I borrowed this magic staff from my parents! I only wish I didn't have to be a babysitter too!
It's okay! I'll be good spare baggage!
Does she know what that means?
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I Will Get You, Red Dragon
Music: Kohei Tanaka
Lyrics by Ryuusuke Mita and Kohei Tanaka
Arranged by Kohei Tanaka
Performed by Yasunori Matsumoto See more »
This video is just an absolute hoot. Overall, next to the Slayers: Dragonslave and the vastly underrated Shinesman OAV dub, this is the most belly-achingly silly anime tape I've ever seen. From the self absorbed part time dragon slayer, part time teen idol Dick Saucer, to he ever so cute Mink, to the adorably silly Super Deformed modes, to Dug Fin complaining about how they cut out his part in the first episode, this one will just have you rolling on the floor.
And that's not even getting to the danceably silly, nutty, kooky, ending theme song. It's Beethoven in a way you've never heard before. I've heard that the only point of the lyrics was to match the melody and rhythm of the song, and I believe that! Absolutely silly.
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