Tsujimoto Natsumi, a powerful young cop with a penchant for daredevil motorcycle riding, is teamed on her first day of work with another rookie, Kobayakawa Miyuki, a whiz of a mechanic and hell on wheels with a car. While the impulsive Natsumi and the quieter Miyuki don't seem to have anything in common at first, they soon learn that they compliment each other well on the job. In short, they become the perfect team to chase the bad guys down, where ever they appear in Tokyo. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The four episode straight to video series also serve as the first four episodes of the television series, which begins with episode five. See more »
In episode 16, the sign Ducati on a motorbike is not reversed when it is shown in a rear-view mirror. See more »
[a baseball comes flying through the air and knocks out a guy peeing on a telephone pole]
You villainous scoundrel, you! Ruffians like you perpetrate evil in society! What barbarous potty training!
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This is a very significant and cool anime series, about two female cops. The characters are also cool, The chief, Aoi, Nakajima, Tokairin, Yoriko, the kids, Saori, and the motorcycle granny and that supposed super hero the Striker, who admits he's been in Detroit too long, and we never learn his identity. And Nakajima's father Daimaru is also very hilarious, and so is his 18 year old mother. And there is a second season I don't think is licensed yet, but I like to tell you it's great! Saori becomes a police just like her idols, the main characters, Miyuki and Natsumi, and there is also a live short lived series I don't think anyone in the States or anywhere in Europe probably knows about yet, but I prefer the animated series better, and there is one where they are in L.A. Recommended for all anime fans, and non-anime fans.
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