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Digital Juice

Digital Juice

Alternative Titles

Japanese: デジタルジュース

Information

Type: OVA
Episodes: 6
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 25, 2002
Producers: Studio 4°C
Duration: 5 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 5.921 (scored by 996 users)
Ranked: #62482
Popularity: #3213
Members: 2,903
Favorites: 1
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Popular Tags

psychological

Synopsis

A series of short animations that show different worlds and different characters. These episodes are designed to take the viewer into a psychological world of fantasy and mystery.

(Source: ANN)

Characters & Voice Actors

Hasami
Supporting
Fujita, Kaoru
Japanese
Fujita, Kaoru
Neji
Supporting
Matsuoka, Fumiaki
Japanese
Matsuoka, Fumiaki

Staff

Tanaka, Tatsuyuki
Co-Director
Morimoto, Kouji
Co-Director
Kobayashi, Osamu
Co-Director



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Oct 4, 2008
erwinmm89
This 1 episode OVA is a compilation of various short stories. Each one of them has it's own world: it's own art style, it's own plot and it's own characters; they aren't related with one another at all. Due to the length of the stories, character development is basically null. The voice acting and the soundtrack suits it pretty well, too.

It is decently funny and enjoyable.
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Nov 1, 2013
Noktoartifice
Essentially, Digital Juice is a collection of very short pieces of animation, each of which tell a story of some description. Unfortunately, most of these stories are mediocre at best. Let's Review:

Part One: KEIKAKU
This segment is basically some sort of trailer for some sort of samurai film. It has an incredibly unfitting soundtrack, is poorly animated, and is basically incredibly odd. Probably the worst segment.

Part Two: Chicken's Insurance
This segment is considerably better than the previous one. It basically consists of an old chicken attempting to sell insurance to two delinquent chickens. It doesn't end well. The animation was alright, but certainly not the best read more
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Recommendations

Well basically they are both a bunch of random short stories with a deep psychological impact and unique art work. The Aoi Bungaku is based on Japanese drama novels

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