Synonyms: Galaxy Angel A, Galaxy Angel AA
Oct 6, 2002 to Mar 31, 2003
24 min. per ep.
PG - Children
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SynopsisTheir mission is to locate and retrieve the mysterious Lost Technology, even though these girls have never been known to stick to their mission. Milfeulle, Forte, Ranpha, Mint, and Vanilla are back for another round of hilarity. The Galaxy Angels have sworn to protect the galaxy one planet at a time. Now with some competition with the newly-formed Twin Star Brigade, they continue to find themselves in the center of chaos... though usually they're the ones at fault for its cause.
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Opening Theme#01: "Galaxy Ba-ban-ga-Bang!" by Angel-tai
#02: "Angel UKKII" by Angel-tai
Ending Theme#1: "Angel Wasshoi!" by Angel-tai
#2: "DOTABATA*Angel Loop" by Angel-tai
#3: "In the Chaos" by Jam Project featuring Masami Okui
I normally wouldn't be reviewing an anime like this, but i just felt i couldn't leave this one alone with that other negative review saying how there's no story and giving it a 1.
Well of course theres no story, it's Galaxy Angels! Not all anime are supposed to have stories and this is definitely one of those. (If people want to see a good story with GA, just skip right to the last episode which had a pretty good one)
Now the difference with this GA is that a new team has come to the scene, the Galaxy Twin-Star Unit! They are a team of two brothers (one all smart, one all active and liking sweets) which do their missions very well and get all the praise. Now is the Angel-tai going to let that happen? No! You can expect some competitive action which makes this more fun =)
Other than that, it's just your usual random lost technology finding, collecting, experimenting, accidents and....
Also the quality has gone down a bit compared to the 2nd so dont expect any better animation for this one.
Alright that's it i guess.
Some fun episodes, 7(lottery survival), 14(chibi Angel-tai), 16(gender bending), 20(wandering cat spirit), 21(octopus sushi shop), 24(mass date), 27(Magical Angel-tai), 32(just normads laugh lol), 39(the "perfect guy"), 42(lone soldier), and last the one with a good story, 51-52(Rebecca). read more
Galaxy Angel AA (Season 3)
Honestly, I'm not even sure what I can say about AA that I haven't said for Galaxy Angel or GA Z. The anime continues to be absolutely funny; never dull or boring and in my case, kept me from falling asleep after some busy days! The gang continues to fit into their personalities quite well and they're still a blast to watch.
Mint and Milfuelle continue to be my favorites of the show, but recently Vanilla has become a star to me. The third season sees a lot more screen time for Vanilla with some episodes dedicated to her, as such, it really makes her a great character, even if she almost never talks. Ranpha and Forte continue to be the two bad asses of the anime and they're always funny to watch, especially when Mint, Ranpha and Forte get into competitions revolving around lost artifacts or events going on in the universe.
The sci-fi aspect of Galaxy Angel is down-right brilliant. It's not deep, is never really explained and has no true purpose aside from having Galaxy Angel take place in an environment that isn't school related. I feel like it works really well too, because so much slice of life is about that high school experience and no offence to all the SoL that do use schools, I love them very much, but a new environment is needed once in a while. (I still love all you animes in school, I really really do (Don't get mad at me)).
Lost Technology plays a bigger role this season, though how we obtain the Lost Technology is typically never showed, instead we're almost always shown how the Galaxy Angel solves the problems set in place by Lost Technology and just about every single scenario we witness is fantastic. Glad to see Lost Technology play a more upfront role.
Music and sound wise: The OP and ED's used might be my favorite of the 3 seasons I've seen thus far and even though the music and ambient sounds and back ground sounds definitely give off a 90's vibe, it totally works, even if they're recycled a bit.
Once again we see the trend of 90%-95% comedic and outright laugh out loud funny episodes in a beautiful episodic format, the other 5%-10% is filled with some serious and more intense episodes. The way these episodes feel and are shown to us is so different from the comedic stuff, it's a little crazy. I still feel that having the serious or darker based episodes (Darker compared to the light and fluffy that GA already gives us) is 100% incredible to do. The stark contrast can really give the viewer a huge adrenaline rush with a good story or great character roles and even though the episodes last 22 minutes or so, you feel more connected and involved whilst watching these types of episodes.
I feel as if Galaxy Angel AA might be my favorite season thus far, I love the OP and ED. I love the wild and crazy episodes we get to witness. I love the character progression and the focuses on Milfuelle and Vanilla. I love the better focus of Lost Technology too.
I guess the only thing I don't like about AA is the inclusion of the Twin Stars Brigade. The two kids aren't bad at all and in most cases can be really funny, I just wasn't expecting Galaxy Angel to cut some focus time away from the Angel Brigade. Even with the Twin Stars, I can't give Galaxy Angel AA any less than a 10/10, fantastic season for sure. read more
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