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Yuri Seijin Naoko-san (2012)

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Lesbian Citizen Naoko-san, Yurian Naoko-san
Japanese: 百合星人ナオコサン


Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 15, 2012
Producers: Aniplex
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: ufotable
Source: Manga
Genres: Comedy, Shoujo Ai
Duration: 28 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.551 (scored by 4,678 users)
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Ranked: #57992
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Popularity: #4198
Members: 9,793
Favorites: 20


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Apr 28, 2013
Yuno_Love (All reviews)
Yuri Seijin Naoko-san is a crazy little piece. It's a little hard to describe, but if you're familiar with the "denpa" aesthetic, you'll get this.

There really isn't any story to be had here. Misuzu's sister left a while back and she's been replaced by a perverted alien who goes by the name of Naoko. Craziness ensues. The focus is obviously on the rapid-fire gags which will be hit or miss. There's one scene in which Misuzu dreams of her older sister which added a nice contrasting touch of nostalgia; it was very well done. Overall, it's all over the place, but that's the point.

ART: read more
Nov 11, 2015
DrEnforcicle (All reviews)
This little gem really is underrated, with brilliant animation from Tetsuya Takeuchi and a pretty good OP and END theme.

Story: It's basically about an alien trying to conquer the earth by yurifying it. Not much else happens this this is an ova, but if you really wanted to get the whole thing I'd definitely recommend the manga.

Art: The animation is amazing, with maximum efficiency and minimal frames, from the brilliantly talented Tetsuya Takeuchi. You probably don't know, but his animation style usually fits into that category. The art is light and colourful, maintaining quality all throughout both ova's running time.

Sound: The show has read more
Sep 18, 2015
emberreviews (All reviews)
[Note: this is a review of both episodes of this franchise]

This was quite a surprise for an OVA with only two episodes (6 min. and 28 min.)

Story-wise, there's not much that happens; in fact, the first episode sort of just drops you into the middle of everything and you don't learn any back story until the second episode, so it relies more on its comedy and bizarre surrealistic sensibilities to hold your attention, both of which are almost always on-target. It isn't technically a yuri title, but it does use that theme for a lot of its comedy, and as someone whose enjoys that read more
Jan 30, 2016
toothbrush_ (All reviews)
"Yuri Seijin Naoko-san" is an OVA with really no plot. I somehow enjoyed it tremendously.

Story. [Spoilers]
Misuzu is a regular junior high student that is excited to see her older sister, as she rushes home, she opens her sister's room only to find an "alien" obsessed with yuri is now staying in her home.
After that they just have short little adventures and many skits in the rest of the episode. Until, it's towards the end. There is a scene where Misuzu has a fever and wakes up to her older sister taking care of her. After the ending song, the scene is then remade but read more
Oct 1, 2015
Voivodian (All reviews)
Story: While there is a barebones backstory, there is practically no plot. The segments in this delightful anime are connected as coherently as your typical dream and by the end of the OVA; nothing is really achieved. The zany antics that do happen in this anime helps it avoid a score lower than 5.

Art: The colour palette is brilliantly selected and the animation is gorgeous, especially for the ending credits sequence; being an one shot OVA after all. In terms of visual design, the character designs to take the cake. In an age where everything looks inspired, this was refreshing. I loved Tetsuya Takeuchi's work read more
Mar 31, 2019
Savvylee (All reviews)
It's a 28 minute OVA + 6 minute skit adaptation. 6 minute OVA came first, but order doesn't matter. The 28 minute OVA gets into some of the plot and it's pretty simple for a gag manga setup.

Animation is nice and it has a quirky atmosphere, Naoko could be a fun character if we had more time. I didn't really enjoy this though, it just didn't make me laugh except once or twice. I don't dislike raunchy humor, but the jokes in this lacked punch and were borderline uncomfortable sometimes. Is Naoko a pedophile? Why is it most times the little brother shows up read more