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Mouse


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: MØUSE
Japanese: マウス

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 5, 2003 to Mar 26, 2003
Premiered: Winter 2003
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Broccoli
Licensors: Media Blasters
Source: Manga
Duration: 14 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

Statistics

Score: 6.181 (scored by 5,100 users)
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Ranked: #60732
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Popularity: #2715
Members: 10,156
Favorites: 12
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Episodes: /12

Synopsis

Teacher Sorata Muon carries on his family's centuries-old old tradition of being the master thief Mouse who can steal anything after properly alerting authorities of his intentions so they can be there yet fail to stop him. He is assistedby 3 nubile female assistants who also use the teaching cover and who, in typical Satoru Akahori, favor tight/skimpy/bondage outfits over their ample curves as they constantly pursue Sorata much more than he pursues them, although the girls do get some attention from their master. Not only is Mouse pursued by the girls & the local law enforcement authorities, there is also a secret art protection society employing the services of a former ally of Sorata's after his pretty little hide, all in 15 minute episodes.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Muon, Sorata
Muon, Sorata
Main
Yamaguchi, Kappei
Japanese
Yamaguchi, Kappei
Kuribayashi, Yayoi
Kuribayashi, Yayoi
Main
Fukui, Yukari
Japanese
Fukui, Yukari
Momozono, Mei
Momozono, Mei
Main
Inoue, Kikuko
Japanese
Inoue, Kikuko
Kakio, Hazuki
Kakio, Hazuki
Main
Nakahara, Mai
Japanese
Nakahara, Mai

Staff

Takayama, Katsuhiko
Takayama, Katsuhiko
Script
Kawasaki, Hiroyuki
Kawasaki, Hiroyuki
Script
UNDER17
UNDER17
Theme Song Performance
Sato, Naoki
Sato, Naoki
Music


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"Mouse Chu Mouse" by UNDER17

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"IntelliMOUSE" by UNDER17



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literaturenerd
Aug 19, 2015
Overview:

One of the strangest tales in all of the anime industry is the story of a writer named Katsuhiko Takayama. This guy has written for dozens of series ranging from at least 1 universally acclaimed masterpiece to several of the most despised anime ever conceived! He was 1 of the 4 script writers for Fullmetal Alchemist, but he also single-handedly wrote Boku no Pico! He has also written garbage like Triage X and Mirai Nikki, which is extremely popular despite my personal hatred for it. I guarantee that if you are an anime fan, you have seen SOMETHING that this man worked on! Today I read more
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Aphiel1
Aug 10, 2008
...Okay I was so disapointed by this anime that I almost kicked myself for having watched it. Episodes were short.
Story- Well the story was kind of unique I mean I was drawn to it because I thought the story would be unique alas you are in for disappointment if you plan to watch this anime thinking it will completely sync with the whole mysterious master thief plot. This anime was more about bouncing boobs and having relations with the opposite sex than it was about cleverly stealing expensive objects in my opinion.
Art- It was okay it could've been better in my opinion but then again read more
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apocalipse369
Sep 28, 2008
what can be said about this anime. well the anime itself was pretty funny. a master thief with 3 hot assistants, what's wrong with that. the story was lacking. because the anime is so short they really developed the characters. how ever you did get some background on the characters. the sound of this anime was pretty good. the story could have gone a little bit farther. the anime itself is hilarious.
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Sarah18550
Apr 11, 2012
Mouse begins with our benevolent hero Sorata stealing an entire museum under the watchful eyes of the police, but gets much more absurd from there. Heavy on the man-rape humor, “Mouse” is surrounded by a bountifully breasted, cat suited trio of live-in assistants–yet frequently protests their blatant sexual advances to “send their master to paradise”.

The extreme amount of fanservice wasn’t a problem, as I do enjoy the occasional ecchi anime. However, the production value is amateurish and low budget for having debuted in 2003, appearing on par with anime of the 80’s. The girls have large eyes that occasionally look cross-eyed, which when combined with read more
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