Honey Kisaragi is Professor Takeshi Kisaragi's daughter. She studies at a religious school from which she likes to escape frequently. Her father orders her to come home one day through a ... See full summary »
Honey Kisaragi is Professor Takeshi Kisaragi's daughter. She studies at a religious school from which she likes to escape frequently. Her father orders her to come home one day through a communication device hidden in her earrings. When arrived, she finds her dad killed and a robot in his image with a recorded message for her. She learns from the recording that she is an android created by him. Within her body is the 'Fixed System of Air Elements', a device that can create anything out of air and allows her to transform into different girls, among them, Cutey Honey (sometimes spelled Cutie Honey) a warrior with supernatural powers. Evil organization Panther Claw is after this device and killed Professor Kisagari to get it. Now, their bosses, Sister Jill and Panther Zora are after Cutey Honey who swears she will get her revenge, and kill each and every one of the Panther Claw agent that the organization will send her. Her friends Seiji, Junpei, Danbei and others will help her. Written by
Greg Philip <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Monkey Punch does Magical Girls! Sailor Moon on LSD
The story of Cutey Honey, a sexy android who can transform her self into a myriad of forms to defeat her evil enemies, the beast women. SUPER campy, like Speed Racer, but far raunchier with a fun sense of humor, Cutey's probably not for children. Our heroine transforms in to various ridiculous shapes to defeat the bad-guys; A Dirt Biker Racer so she can drive any vehicle; a Flight Attendant that can parachute using her cute dress; a Camera-Girl wielding her camera as a weapon; a Fashion Model who beguiles the enemy with fabulous looks! The show comes from the same demented mind that brought us Devil Man, Go Nagai.
The show's very psychedelic and smacks of a very high cartoonist. It's great! A lot of fun to watch, with VERY catchy tunes and background music.
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