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Oh! Super Milk-chan


Alternative Titles

English: The Super Milk-Chan Show
Japanese: OH! スーパーミルクチャン

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 27, 2000 to Apr 13, 2000
Premiered: Winter 2000
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Pioneer LDC
Licensors: ADV Films
Studios: Studio Pierrot
Source: Original
Duration: 21 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 6.081 (scored by 1,273 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #66712
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #5207
Members: 2,900
Favorites: 12
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Synopsis

Milk-chan is a drooling, potty-mouthed baby who lives in an apartment with an obsolete robot named Tetsuko, a slug named Hanage, and an uncontrollable pet named Robodog. Whenever the President calls, Milk-chan and the gang rush to the scene to solve any type of problem - whether it's stopping a money counterfeiter hungry for Belgian waffles or counselling a school of drunk fish. At the same time, they have to avoid a nagging landlord, as they're six months behind their rent.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Milk Chan, Super
Milk Chan, Super
Main
Nakamura, Haruka
Japanese
Nakamura, Haruka
President, The
President, The
Main
Cho
Japanese
Cho
Tetsuko
Tetsuko
Main
Yuzuki, Ryouka
Japanese
Yuzuki, Ryouka
Hanage
Hanage
Main

Staff

Omori, Takahiro
Omori, Takahiro
Director, Key Animation, Chief Animation Director
Iwanami, Yoshikazu
Iwanami, Yoshikazu
Sound Director
Ishihara, Tatsuya
Ishihara, Tatsuya
Episode Director, Storyboard
Ohata, Kiyotaka
Ohata, Kiyotaka
Episode Director, Storyboard, Assistant Director


Edit Opening Theme

"We Don't Fear Wolves (Original Japanese version)" by Haruka Nakamura

Edit Ending Theme

"Tsuppari Rock'nRoll (Original Japanese version)" by the President.




More reviewsReviews

Sep 13, 2008
xxmbmxx (All reviews)
This show sucked. From the teasers it sounded like it would be funny. It certainly is different, I'll say that, but just being different doesn't necessarily mean good. It's not funny, it's just stupid. It's about a potty-mouthed baby who lives with a robot. There's no real plot, it's just joke after joke. But the jokes are stupid and the comic situations just repeat themselves after awhile. I actually couldn't finish it.

Just so I'm not a total bringdown, the art was well done and the production was OK. It just wasn't funny.

Sep 18, 2014
literaturenerd (All reviews)
Overview:

Back in the early 2000s when anime actually still aired on American TV, the Adult Swim program block on Cartoon Network was by far the most succesful in terms of viewer ratings for anime. Other channels like Syfy tried, but weren't able to really find an audience. Adult Swim for the most part stuck with very generic and safe shonen series like Naruto, Inuyasha, Code Geass, and other shows that they knew had no chance of failing. If you wonder why Adult Swim never went further out on a limb and tried airing less conventional anime like Spice and Wolf or Mushishi. The answer is read more
Apr 18, 2017
blaizevincent (All reviews)
I was very unsure about this version of Super Milk-Chan. I had enjoyed the original series more than I expected to but could this show really transition to a full 25 minute episode format and have it's charm remain in tact? The shorter running time had been a crucial piece of what made the original series appealing to me because it meant the show never outstayed it's welcome. Well the answer for whether this series feels like overtime everytime in a longer format is mostly a yes but also no. Definitive huh? No? Well lets get into it.

Oh! Super Milk-Chan is the same format as read more
Dec 10, 2014
SKAmanda94 (All reviews)
Okay so this anime has three different versions for those of you who don't know and they rank as following: Japanese sub>Translated Dub (ADV)>Americanized (Also ADV). There really should be separate places for each one with how different they are, and because of it I can't give it a fair review (Hence me giving it a 5), but I'll try and break it down as well as I can.

Okay let me start with an overall review. If you're watching this show for a story just get out because there is none and you shouldn't expect one nor should you expect character development since this read more

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