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There She Is!!

There She Is!!

Alternative Titles

Japanese: 떳다 그녀!!


Type: ONA
Episodes: 5
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 20, 2003 to Dec 9, 2008
Producers: SamBakZa
Genres: Comedy, Romance
Duration: 5 min. per episode
Rating: G - All Ages
L represents licensing company


Score: 8.191 (scored by 6124 users)
Ranked: #3272
Popularity: #2309
Members: 9,725
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The plot revolves around Doki, a female rabbit, meeting, falling in love with, and chasing Nabi, a male cat, in a world where love between the two species is socially unacceptable. The theme of the short is that all love can be accepted and has a chance. Nabi attempts to cure Doki's infatuation for him, but after seeing the extent of her love, he gives in and finds something he can appreciate in her.

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Aired  Apr 20, 2003 to Dec 9, 2008
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Dec 29, 2014
I come across this anime (Well it’s on MAL so I called it anime) by accident, I had no idea what to expect from this series and then WOW, just wow. It practically fulfills all of the requirements needed to be meaningful series. This anime does not need to rely on grandiose plots or convoluted philosophical contentions to communicate anything meaningful. The characters are easy to understand and grow fond of, but are also layered and interesting and most of all it is only 5 minutes. And that anime is titled “There She is.”

“There she is!” is a Korean music animated drama, produced by SamBakZa read more
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Sep 17, 2009
When I look at the world we live in I like to think that as a species we are evolving, even though at times it seems to be painfully slow. Each generation becomes more and more tolerant and open to things not familiar and not status quo. The number one issue facing humanity is just our ability to get along with each other. There is not a place on earth in which people are dying, because of their race or the gods they worship or because of the person they choose to love. Amazing that a simple little flash anime such read more
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Sep 14, 2010
I first started watching it because my friends where saying how much they loved it. So I looked it up on YT and suddenly fell in love with the sad and sweet story that I absolutly adore.

The story was so great, the first part was sweet, I think Doki is adorable and I understand why she fell for Nabi. I never notice the signs until the last episode. Then when the story gets sad I feel their love, its just so cute.

The art was great because you can see the point so clearly, the person knew what they were doing.

The sound, even though I couldn't read more
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Feb 7, 2013
There she is!!: Brilliance In Flash Animation Storytelling

Do you ever watch something that blows away your expectations completely? When I was watching this short series, I was blown away by how something so simple can be so complex at the same time. When I watch a flash cartoon, I expect something funny, silly, and sometimes downright vulgar. Typically, flash animation is not very provocative...however, this series stepped into that fray and did what most flash animators fail to do...tell a captivating story.

The story primarily revolves around a female rabbit named Doki who meets a male cat named Nabi at a vending machine. She immediately becomes read more
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both have a girl who chases the boy she loves , but boy doesn`t want to do anything with her. 
reportRecommended by ClockLock
Both deal with relationships not accepted by society as
portrayed by animals. The main characters in each are ostracized at some point by society and must deal with the realities of their relationship.

In Arashi it's a friendship between a wolf and a sheep
and in There She Is it's between a rabbit and a cat.

Also both are wonderful watches ;]

reportRecommended by Krio
The character design is like is similar, with few colors and without much detail.
While both series have comedy , the difference is that 'There She Is' is more romantic, with much more music and history, while Neko Rahmen is more parody. 
reportRecommended by SunWukung
Now wait for it.. they both have two people who seem very unlikely to be together.The girl is madly in love with the guy but he doesn't accept her at first, then gives in because he realizes that he wants to be with her. 
reportRecommended by Codege-ass1
Overcoming boundaries between different groups in the society is a common theme in these anime.

There she is relies more on a humorous and emotional approach to this issue, while Eve no Jikan focuses on deeper interactions between members of different groups.  
reportRecommended by bunny1ov3r
Cute, sweet and adorable. That's what these two shows are. Love knows no boundaries. A relationship between a cat and a rabbit or a relationship between a rich girl that became the right hand of her delinquent crush is possible.

If you're looking for a sweet and cute romcom then these two great shows are for you. 
reportRecommended by Navizel

Opening Theme

#01: "떳다! 그녀!" (There she is!) by Witches (ep 1)
#02: "Happy Birthday to Me" by Bulldog Mansion (ep2)
#03: "3차 성징" (Tertiary) by T.A.Copy (ep 3)
#04: "월식" (Eclipse) by Wolsik (ep 4)
#05: "Imagine" by Brunch (ep 5)

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