Jun 18, 2013 to Jul 30, 2013
5 min. per ep.
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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SynopsisThe story is about girls who face a battle against the turning point of their lives.
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You might enjoy Plastic Nee-san if you like the randomness in Turning Girls.
Both are very short and can be completed in a short amount of time.
Unusual humor present in both animes involving female characters.
The choppy animation using generally still things is entirely noticeable in both. TG is more stop animation like, while Boku no Imouto kind of moves their characters around. Both are shorts.
Both have bizarre humor and situations as well as primitive yet somewhat creative animation and character art.
Cheaply animated shorts about grown ups whose quirky humor and endearingly dumb characters play way above their budget.
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