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I took a chance, having never seen this series or read any reviews anywhere. I bought the series on laser disc, watched it and laughed wildly.
The series is another flying super hero scantily clad girls with powerup suits sort of anime series. But, the one thing I found interesting, is that the series is probably more funny for English speaking people. When I listened to Japanese speaking people trying to swear and cuss in English, I almost hit the floor from laughing so hard. The rest of the series is funny in terms of the gags and other pranks, and even more funny if you are an anime fan. It's not an anime classic, but, it's fun to watch.
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