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Human beings can't live alone. That's why we need friends and family. That's what Honey says, too.
I don't understand any of this. Everybody here's too damn nice!
Anybody can be kind after being with Honey.
Oh, Honey this, Honey that! C'mon! You're really just hung up on that woman's big boobs, right?
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This is good stuff. Superhero action, buckets full of T&A, good dubbing (really!), humor, Christian allegory, and it hearkens back to the original _Cutey Honey_ series from 1973. Cutey Honey is important. Honey was the first transforming magic girl, and the first crime-fighting magic girl. Cutey Honey made Sailor Moon possible.
About that allegory: yes, I mean it. The original flesh-and-blood Honey died, and her father brought her back as an android: resurrected in a glorified body. As an android, Honey is manufactured, a form of virgin birth. She spends a lot of time with two thieves. By the second ep, she's hanging on a cross. There's more, so check it out.
Oh, and there's no sex in this. Loads of nudity, but no sex.
I only gave it seven stars, though, because it ends without being finished.
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