Milk-chan is a five-year-old girl who lives with her outdated and frequently abused robot maid Tetsuko, and pet slug Hanage. Despite her age, she is constantly putting off paying her rent, saying politically incorrect things, and referencing Japanese pop-culture at random. She has also been recruited by the President to fight crime, which she does when she's not watching TV or eating snacks. Written by
Began as a short segment on "Flyer TV". See more »
[after losing in a dating sim game]
aw man! I can't bag anybody
Put this game away right now! It's disgusting!
Shut up, fatass! I'll get one of these bitches to date me
When you bought this, you told me it was an educational game!
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The opening credits list fictional cast and crew members with names of different film makers along with the real cast such as "Director: Spielberg Kurosawa" See more »
Ôkami Nanka Kowakunai
(I'm Not Afraid of Wolves)
Performed by Haruka Nakamura
Music by Takurô Yoshida
Lyrics by Yû Aku See more »
I for one rather enjoy this show because it breaks the boundaries that America has placed on Anime. Such as all anime must be a fantasy with demons or magical playing cards or robots and super humans fighting each other. The point is that the Japanese are like any other race in the fact that they enjoy laughing to. So comedic anime (such as "Golden boy" or "Super Milk Chan") should be just as welcomed and appreciated as Fantasy, Sci-Fi, or Action.
The plot (if you would like to call it that) is silly and repetitive. Each episode is built in the same way, but every episode turns out to be individually funny. I also love that there is a show within a show (A mini soap-opera about a family of ants and their marital issues) with in the show. The characters are funny I love the president most of all.
I would also like to address the comparison between "Super Milk Chan" and "Power-puff girls". The only reasons that there are similarities between the two are because SMC is a parody of the Young Super Hero shows that seem to be sprouting up like weeds (Such as "Power Puff Girls" "Teen Titans" "Danny Phantom" "Totally Spies" and that "Max mystery" thing.) The mayor and The President make this even more apparent. But people are acting as though the PPG was the first show to have a Commander or Chief figure that sends his or her (In the case of "Captain Planet") force of superheroes or spies to solve a problem. This has been used since the days of "Charlie's Angels" or " The Justice League".
So if you are a person who likes silly, repetitive, and bizarre humor make sure you check out this anime. User rating 7/10
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