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Series cast summary:
Fujiko Takimoto ...  Chihiro Enomoto 12 episodes, 2006
...  Tokino Akiyama 12 episodes, 2006
Ami Koshimizu ...  Ritsuko Kübel Kettenkrad 12 episodes, 2006
Dana Halsted ...  Lisa Humvee 12 episodes, 2006
Bill Rogers ...  Additional Voices 12 episodes, 2006
Kumiko Nishihara ...  Renko Kamishakujii 11 episodes, 2006
Kazuko Kojima ...  Koyuki Asagiri 11 episodes, 2006
Yukana Nogami ...  Kasumi Kisaragi 11 episodes, 2006
Reiko Takagi ...  Risa Humvee 11 episodes, 2006
...  Kaoruko Yamada 11 episodes, 2006
...  Komaki Asagiri 11 episodes, 2006
...  Koyuki Asagiri 11 episodes, 2006
Masayo Kurata ...  Komaki Asagiri 8 episodes, 2006
Yûko Sasamoto ...  Shinobu Enomoto 7 episodes, 2006
Eri Nakao ...  Izumi Tachibana / ... 6 episodes, 2006
Georgette Reilly ...  Shinobu Enomoto, Izumi 6 episodes, 2006


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6 October 2006 (Japan)  »

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Kujian  »

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A spin-off of the manga / anime "Genshiken," and a remake of the tie-in "Kujibiki Unbalance" OAVs which came with the "Genshiken" DVDs. See more »


Spun-off from Genshiken (2004) See more »

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5.4 stars?
27 September 2011 | by See all my reviews

I guess many try to relate this to the original from genshiki and were disappointed. I only watched the first episode of the original ova and I didn't watch genshiki. Comparing to the first episode of the ova, the quality of this TV series is actually much better in every aspect. In any case, 5.4 stars is outrageous underrate. As a short series, I found it very enjoyable and actually is even better than many recently over rated series (no. 6 and anohana, for example). The ending itself is quite predictable (honestly, very few animes are not predictable these days) but is handled cleverly. It is probably quite hard to remake the same ending better than the current last episode. As always, Tsutomu Mizushima is very skillful in using background to tell a good story indirectly. There are light jokes over the entire series but they don't go overboard. It keeps a consistent slightly dark mood and I think it suits this series a lot. One can see the shadow of Mizushima's directing especially near the last several episodes, which kinds of remind me of how he handles the last several episodes of bokusatsu tenshi. But overall, the series remind me more of ookikufuri kabute.

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