English: Superdimensional Romanesque Samy: Missing 99
Japanese: 超時空ロマネスク サミー ＭＩＳＳＩＮＧ・９９
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 5, 1986
59 min. per episode
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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Score: 5.051 (scored by 169 users)
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SynopsisGetting caught up in a gang fight would be a bad day in anybody's life. But for high school student Sami Yoshino, things go from bad to worse as she finds herself thrown across time and space to unknown worlds. Now she's caught up in a gang fight of biblical proportions, between the divine masters of the universe and the demons who seek to destroy it. As it turns out, Samy hides phenomenal cosmic powers within her, and the demons will stop at nothing to suppress it. Can Samy ever escape the conflict and return to being a normal girl, or is the whole universe going to die?
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Ending Theme"Kaze ni Dakarete (風に抱かれて)" by Megumi Shiina
So this is one of those forgotten 80s OVA's written by someone who thought mad libs were the best way to come up with a story. You see, the Biblical Noah's demonic twin brother, also named Noah, is trying to kill a girl whose DNA has a program written by god that gives her Bodhisattva powers, since she would somehow prevent him from creating a new universe for demons once the universe's entropy reaches zero. If any of that made sense to you, you're either a smarter person than me, or you should seek out a psychiatrist. This anime is really a series of weird events and setpieces that just follow each other with only the bare minimum of an attempt at linking them together, and none of the information it gives you helps you make much sense out of it.
The art varies from passable to ugly, the animation is never good, the fight scenes suck, with characters seemingly teleporting whenever they're not on camera, and there's barely any character or story to talk about. On the plus side, the amount of nonsense this constantly exposes you to keeps it much more entertaining than a lot of shitty, obscure OVA's, though it never quite hits that level that makes you laugh like Troll 2 or The Room. For a hidden anime gem of that sort, watch Crystal Triangle. But if you're having trouble finding an entertainingly bad anime, then give this a shot. read more
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