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Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko

Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko

Alternative Titles

English: Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl
Synonyms: Electromagnetic Wave Woman and Adolescent Man
Japanese: 電波女と青春男

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 15, 2011 to Jul 1, 2011
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 7.411 (scored by 53203 users)
Ranked: #18282
Popularity: #264
Members: 105,050
Favorites: 534
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Synopsis

The story revolves around a highschool boy named Niwa Makoto. He lives with his aunt's family since his parents are away on business. It is there where he meets his mysterious cousin of the same age Touwa Erio — who happens to tie a futon mattress around her upper body and is a self-proclaimed alien. Her staple food is pizza. Erio had been missing for half a year and was found floating in the sea. She doesn't remember anything about what happened during that period of time, but she began to think that it was the act of an alien and wanders the neighbourhood wrapped in the futon.

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Episodes

Episodes  12
Aired  Apr 15, 2011 to Jul 1, 2011
Status  Finished Airing
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Related Anime

Adaptation: Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko
Sequel: Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko Special

Characters & Voice Actors

Maekawa
Maekawa
Main
Fuchigami, Mai
Japanese
Fuchigami, Mai
Kim, Seon Hye
Korean
Kim, Seon Hye
Mifune, Ryuuko
Mifune, Ryuuko
Main
Katou, Emiri
Japanese
Katou, Emiri
Han, Sin Jeong
Korean
Han, Sin Jeong
Niwa, Makoto
Niwa, Makoto
Main
Irino, Miyu
Japanese
Irino, Miyu
Yang, Seok jeong
Korean
Yang, Seok jeong
Touwa, Erio
Touwa, Erio
Main
Oogame, Asuka
Japanese
Oogame, Asuka
Park, Seon Yeong
Korean
Park, Seon Yeong

Staff

Ooshima, Miku
Assistant Producer
Shinbou, Akiyuki
Director, In-Between Animation
Miyamoto, Yukihiro
Director
Kameyama, Toshiki
Sound Director



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Jul 11, 2011
Wittgenstein
I don’t make it a point to write reviews, but I particularly enjoyed Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko, and, upon seeing its subpar ratings, felt somewhat obligated to defend it, so, here goes:

Art:

Wonderful, wonderful artwork. I’m a stickler for art, having dropped numerous series simply because I couldn’t stand the way they were drawn, and Denpa Onna definitely wins in this category. Shaft has outdone itself – colorful, lively scenery, vibrant, multi-toned characters, and, in general, great color schemes, compositions, and dynamism in each frame. It’s not quite 5 cm/s, but I daresay it’s approaching that level.

Soundtrack:

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Oct 8, 2013
DreamyGhost
A really casual one, it was a totally random choice, but I don't regret it though. So what's it about? It may not have an incredible climax and everything... Instead, this anime focuses more upon reflection. It's simple: just take a teenager who wants to enjoy his high school years to the max and add an odd girl to whom he begins devoting his time, in order to get her back to real life.

Makoto's first time in a big city made him create big expectations about how his life would be from now on. He wanted to meet girls, spend time with them and read more
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Feb 26, 2014
teanut
In one of the opening scenes of this anime, a certain character welcomes the main character (along with the viewers) by saying "Welcome to the city watched over by aliens." After watching this I have come to realize one thing: how horribly distasteful these aliens are.

Seasoned anime fans will take notice of the fact that this show is directed by Shinbou Akiyuki. You might recognize him for directing great shows such as Bakemonomgatari, Arakawa Under the Bridge, and Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei, which all have a similar formula going on: a male character surrounded by a harem of weird quirky females. Considering how much of this read more
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Jun 30, 2011
8thSin
This review exists within the internet, authored by a SHAFT fanboi.
It functions only as a test ground for me. It is also a spoiler zone in this page.

Under the current assessment of the series, it is a "9/10".
This was determined by my reaction to audio-visual investigation of the SHAFT seishun anime.
Patience is the closest thing viewers have to salvation.
However, accelerated exposure could amplify the viewing experience of a class-2 audience.

A collective of readers that has forgotten it is a collective of voters... That is you.
Members of the self-unaware, clueless MAL users under aliases are not permitted to vote "Not Helpful" on this review.
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Recommendations

Both of the main characters find themselves dealing with major otaku of some time despite the fact that they want to live a normal high school life. Their lives become filled with crazy antics.
Both have main character taking care of an eccentric girl.
Both of these stories are about people who have problems making what can be concidered a true friendships with each other because of some sort of social stigma that they themselves place, or someone else does. The art style is also very simular.
Both are offbeat comedies about an ordinary guy, his sort-of-romantic-but-not-really relationship with a girl who claims to be an alien, and their unconventional friends and peers. Arakawa's gag series nature renders it a lot sillier than Denpa Onna, but it's not without its own ridiculous elements. And of course both are directed by Shinbo, so you can't leave out his signature style.
The subject of aliens come up in both anime and both Anime have styles that are experimental in their own ways, not to mention both Anime use bright colors. Both are also about coming out of your shell.
Similar mood and setting. And, well, instead of Youkai, we have "Denpa".
Being made by Shaft, both drawings are very similar to each other.
Protagonist has harem.
Somehow the whole story just seems to be an alternative version or inspiration to bakemonogatari.

"both Denpa Onna and Bakemonogatari are intelligent harems for adults with good taste."
stated by McRib

Opening Theme

"Os-Uchuujin (Os-宇宙人)" by Erio wo Kamatte-chan (エリオをかまってちゃん) (Asuka Oogame)

Ending Theme

"Ruru (ルル)" by Etsuko Yakushimaru

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