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Hyper Police


Alternative Titles

Japanese: はいぱーぽりす

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 3, 1997 to Sep 25, 1997
Premiered: Spring 1997
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Studio Pierrot
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 7.061 (scored by 1,581 users)
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Ranked: #31622
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #3997
Members: 4,963
Favorites: 29
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Episodes: /25

Synopsis

Sasahara Natsuki is a poor bounty hunter in a world where monsters and humans live together. Most of her cases involve monsters infringing upon the rights of humans, who are protected by law from their generally more powerful neighbors. Being half-human and half cat-beast, Natsuki straddles the two societies and tries to understand and respect both while enforcing the law. She is assisted by a werewolf named Batanen who is afraid to admit he loves her; another werewolf named Tommy; and a Kyubi fox demon named Sakura who has her own plans--which include eating Natsuki to complete her her nine tails and thereby her magical powers.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Sasahara, Natsuki
Sasahara, Natsuki
Main
Miyamura, Yuko
Japanese
Miyamura, Yuko
Fujioka, Batanen
Fujioka, Batanen
Main
Ootsuka, Akio
Japanese
Ootsuka, Akio
Bokuseiinmonzeninari, Sakura
Bokuseiinmonzeninari, Sakura
Main
Shibahara, Chiyako
Japanese
Shibahara, Chiyako
Bob
Bob
Supporting
Toochika, Kouichi
Japanese
Toochika, Kouichi

Staff

Kobayashi, Noriko
Kobayashi, Noriko
Producer
Omori, Takahiro
Omori, Takahiro
Director, Series Production Director
Ishihara, Tatsuya
Ishihara, Tatsuya
Episode Director, Storyboard
Sadamitsu, Shinya
Sadamitsu, Shinya
Episode Director


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"That's Hypertension!" by AYA

Edit Ending Theme

#1: "Hey Hold Up!" by Yuko Miyamura and Chiyako Shibahara
#2: "HOLD UP!" by Yuko Miyamura and Chiyako Shibahara




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Animewolfguy
Apr 24, 2012
Hyper police is one anime I was interested in but when I seen the entire show, I was disappointed but its not a bad anime to watch. So here is my review of the show.

Story:5/10
The story follows Natsuki who is a rookie bounty and half human/half cat in a world where humans, monsters, and gods live together after mankind has fallen many years back as now in this time they call it the holy era. Natsuki and the other bounty hunters jobs is to keep the peace from many monsters and sometimes human who are trying to breaking it. That's the plot and here read more
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Uthred
Jan 4, 2010
Hyper Police, Hyper Police, Radioactive Hyper Police - is tragically both misleading and nothing to do with the anime in question. My lyrical stylings aside, Hyper Police is another mid-nineties anime that I missed the first time around and which I've watched now in my continuing quest to test the operational lifespan of my eyeballs. It share's a certain mid-nineties aesthetic which newer anime fans (or even older ones who lack the myopic eye of nostalgia) may find offputting. But it’s a style I find to be quite enjoyable - probably as it’s the style of anime that was in vogue when I first started read more
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ratchet573
May 22, 2015
Anyone who knows me or is familiar with my reviews will note I have a soft spot for nineties anime. This could stem from my having grown up on nineties anime and feeling a familiar warmth when encountering the older animation style and conventions of this bygone era. But I personally think it stems from my love for anime that treats itself not as some sort of totally serious medium. Many nineties anime, such as Hyper Police, The Slayers, You’re Under Arrest, Great Teacher Onizuka, Tenchi Muyo, etc. understood that they were cartoons and managed to balance silly moments with usually decent stories and typically read more
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gknight
Jul 24, 2013
Although animal people are a famous anime trope it's rare to see a setting where every character is part animal and humans are the minority.

Hyper Police's world is very detailed - from the visual design that always brings new ideas of monsters, characters and mechanics, to the the dialogues that explore laws, ethics and lifestyle, it almost feels like a real parallel universe.

Some episodes focus on side characters and so you get a lot of different approaches to this world. There's a variety ensemble of at least 10 recurring characters, each unique and interesting enough to receive a spin off of its own.

Almost every character read more
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