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Golgo 13: Queen Bee


Alternative Titles

English: Golgo 13: Queen Bee
Japanese: ゴルゴ13 QUEEN BEE

Information

Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: 1998
Licensors: Urban Vision
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Manga
Duration: 56 min.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

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Ranked: #44512
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Popularity: #4145
Members: 4,501
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Synopsis

Master assassin Golgo 13 is hired by the advisor of presidential candidate Robert Hardy to assassinate "Queen Bee," the beautiful and deadly leader of a South American guerilla army. Golgo, however, finds this job too easy and digs further information to find out the true connection between Hardy and Queen Bee.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Togo, Duke
Togo, Duke
Main
Genda, Tessyo
Japanese
Genda, Tessyo
Queen Bee
Queen Bee
Main
Katsuki, Masako
Japanese
Katsuki, Masako
Hardy, Robert
Hardy, Robert
Supporting
Arimoto, Kinryuu
Japanese
Arimoto, Kinryuu
Waltham, Thomas
Waltham, Thomas
Supporting
Nakao, Ryuusei
Japanese
Nakao, Ryuusei

Staff

Yamamoto, Mataichirou
Yamamoto, Mataichirou
Producer, Executive Producer
Dezaki, Osamu
Dezaki, Osamu
Director
Kuwahara, Satoshi
Kuwahara, Satoshi
Episode Director
Sugino, Akio
Sugino, Akio
Animation Director, Character Design


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"Turquoise Blue" by Fujimaru Yoshino and Hitomi Ono




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FAKEANIMEGIRL
Sep 4, 2016
The second and last Golgo 13 movie. Well technically it's an OVA, but it's all one feature so whatever. In this one Golgo 13 is hired by the US's vice president nominee to assassinate "Queen Bee", a major drug distributor who plans to assassinate the presidential candidate for his anti-drug platform. Golgo 13 is suspicious about how simple this job is and investigates further before making his move. Simple indeed! Queen Bee came out 15 damn years after the first movie, and despite Osamu Dezaki still being the director things have drastically changed. Nothing to do with the story of Golgo 13, and it's still read more
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D5
Dec 1, 2009
The sequel to the classic Golgo 13 : The Professional, is a more enjoyable movie, despite (or perhaps because of) being simpler and relatively straightforwards.

Without spoiling the first movie, after all that, you sort of wonder what would become of the protagonist... not that he seemed to be concerned himself, mind you.

In this one, Queen Bee, Golgo shows that he can adjust the timing of his jobs in order to accomplish other goals. I would say more, but it is hard not to spoilt it.

So, I will just say that, even if you know nothing about Duke / Golgo, this movie is enjoyable: it read more
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BeebopJazzAttack
Nov 19, 2015
Another bad ass entry. Seriously, I could live on Golgo 13 films, this time the quiet sharpshooter Duke Togo is out to stop the assassination of a presidential candidate by the ruthless Sonia, or Queen Bee as she is known for birthing many children. With a rockin pistol hand and body, this red hair plays by her own rules. So naturally she bangs Togo, but he knows his mission. But once certain things are reviled about Sonia, and the candidate's sinister second hand hires a ex army solider with an eye patch to finish the job, things get bonkers.

Perfect 90's anime cheese wrapped in read more
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Ransk
Mar 5, 2013
It's worth the watch if you don't want to bother with the TV series, but I don't think it's as good. While the animation and art are acceptable and feel "Golgo," the one thing that really nagged at me was Golgo's lack of capability. Throughout the TV series, he never really got cornered, but he was injured and held unconscious several times throughout this, which kind of messed with my image of him. I like the TV series mainly because the idea of some world-renowned nigh-invincible assassin is awesome. Queen Bee subtracted from that and didn't really even focus on him that much. As a read more
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