Ranked #3437

Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan

Alternative Titles

English: Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan
Synonyms: Club-To-Death Angel Dokuro-chan
Japanese: 撲殺天使ドクロちゃん


Type: OVA
Episodes: 4
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 13, 2005 to Sep 22, 2005
Source: Light novel
Genres: Comedy, Ecchi, Magic
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
L represents licensing company


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Ranked: #34372
Popularity: #374
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In the future, a junior high student, Kusakabe Sakura, will offend God by inventing immortality so that women will stop aging after they turn twelve. Dokuro-chan is an angel from the future sent to kill him. However, Dokuro-chan thinks that Sakura can be spared, so her idea is to constantly occupy Sakura so that he will never be able to invent the technology. Sometimes the angel will go crazy and kill him with her bat, Excalibolg, but she can revive him easily. "Pi-piru-piru-piru-pi-piru-pi!"


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Characters & Voice Actors

Mitsukai, Dokuro
Mitsukai, Dokuro
Chiba, Saeko
Chiba, Saeko
Kusakabe, Sakura
Kusakabe, Sakura
Takagi, Reiko
Takagi, Reiko
Ichiro, Binkan
Ichiro, Binkan
Iwata, Mitsuo
Iwata, Mitsuo
Mitsukai, Zakuro
Mitsukai, Zakuro
Watanabe, Akeno
Watanabe, Akeno


Mizushima, Tsutomu
Mizushima, Tsutomu
Director, Script, Theme Song Lyrics
Iwanami, Yoshikazu
Iwanami, Yoshikazu
Sound Director
Chiba, Saeko
Chiba, Saeko
Theme Song Performance
Takagi, Ryuuji
Takagi, Ryuuji
Theme Song Arrangement, Theme Song Composition

More episodes Episodes(4/4)

# Episode Title Aired
1 I'm the Club-to-Death Angel! Dokuro-chan / The Assassin from the Future! Dokuro-chan!
Bokusatsu Tenshi da yo! Dokuro-chan! / Mirai kara no Shikaku da yo! Dokuro-chan! (撲殺天使だよ!ドクロちゃん!/未来からの刺客だよ!ドクロちゃん!)
Mar 13, 2005
2 Cupid of Love! Dokuro-chan! / New Cinema Paradise! Dokuro-chan!
Koi no Cupid Da yo! Dokuro-chan! / New Cinema Paradise Da yo! Dokuro-chan! (恋のキューピットだよ!ドクロちゃん!/ニューシネマパラダイスだよ!ドクロちゃん!)
May 14, 2005
3 Field Trip! Dokuro-chan! / Test of Courage! Dokuro-chan!
Rinkan Gakkou Da yo! Dokuro-chan! / Kimodameshi Da yo! Dokuro-chan! (林間学校だよ!ドクロちゃん!/肝試しだよ!ドクロちゃん!)
Jul 22, 2005
4 It's Zakuro-chan! Dokuro-chan! / So This Is Goodbye! Dokuro-chan!
Zakuro-chan da yo! Dokuro-chan! / Sayonara da yo! Dokuro-chan! (ザクロちゃんだよ!ドクロちゃん/さよならだよ!ドクロちゃん!)
Sep 22, 2005

Opening Theme

"Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-Chan" by Saeko Chiba

Ending Theme

"Survive" by Chiba Saeko

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Nov 8, 2015
Fantastic series. Can't even begin to describe. Whenever Dokuro begins to chant the haunting, chill-inducing words "Pi Piru Piru Pi Piru Pi" It sends a tickling sensational vibration down my spine like no other. Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan is a magnificent anime, surpassing even Boku no Pico, one of the greatest animes of the century. Character & Plot development is unimaginably genius, aswell as the main premise of the show. Art is outstandingly and breathtakingly beautiful. The seiyuu's fit their roles amazingly and many of them stood out. OST's were beautifully composed, as well as the opening and ending theme songs, with art and music that read more
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Oct 25, 2008
Well I thought long and hard before deciding to sit down and actually write a review on this anime. As you can see I am not a fan. When I sat down to view this series it was partially because I had seen references to it in other shows I had watched and a friend had recommended it telling me how funny he thought it was. I looked it up and thought the characters looked cute and was intrigued by the alt title "Club to Death Angel" ... hmm what was that about? God, how I wish I that I read more
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Nov 3, 2014

Dokuro-chan is one of the most infamously stupid anime of the last decade. It came out in 2005 and raised eyebrows with its heavy use of gore, painfully unfunny attempts at humor, insanely obnoxious characters, and sheer failure at being a "magical girl" genre parody. Dokuro-chan is like the poor man's version of Excel Saga or FLCL. Actually, the show it reminds me of most of all is Panty and Stocking, but Gainax had nothing to do with Dokuro believe it or not.

Story and characters: 1/10

Oh dear GOD! The plot is that a pathetic, squirming male protagonist is on the brink of discovering a read more
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Nov 3, 2007
Bizarre, violent, mostly nonsensical...but incredibly funny. I liked this for the same reason I liked FLCL and Azumanga Daioh. FLCL had a deeper story (yes, there was one...watch it again) and Azumanga Daioh had greater character development, but Dokuro-chan has a charm all it's own...not to mention lots of blood. The parody of the "magical girl" element really adds something. I never cared for those types (Sailor Moon annoys me, no matter what language it's in), but here, it's funny.

The visuals and sound were really well done considering how short the series is, but then, that's just how series like this work. Short, but high-quality read more
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