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Project A-Ko


Alternative Titles

Japanese: プロジェクトA子

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jun 21, 1986
Producers: SOEISHINSHA
Licensors: Discotek Media
Studios: APPP
Source: Original
Duration: 1 hr. 24 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.021 (scored by 3,876 users)
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Ranked: #33452
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Popularity: #3320
Members: 7,838
Favorites: 64
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Episodes: /1

Synopsis

Sixteen years have passed since a mysterious alien ship crashed on Earth. Graviton City, once leveled by the ship's crash, is now a bustling metropolis. Within the city's high school, superhuman high school student A-Ko Magami dukes it out with the diabolical genius B-Ko Daitokuji, who will stop at nothing to win the friendship of A-Ko's buddy C-Ko Kotobuki. Meanwhile, in outer space, another alien ship is on course towards Earth to find its planet's lost princess.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Magami, Eiko
Magami, Eiko
Main
Itou, Miki
Japanese
Itou, Miki
Daikotuji, Biko
Daikotuji, Biko
Main
Shinohara, Emi
Japanese
Shinohara, Emi
Kotobuki, Shiiko
Kotobuki, Shiiko
Main
Tomizawa, Michie
Japanese
Tomizawa, Michie
Captain Napolipolita
Captain Napolipolita
Main
Ikeda, Shuuichi
Japanese
Ikeda, Shuuichi

Staff

Nishijima, Katsuhiko
Nishijima, Katsuhiko
Director, Screenplay, Creator
Moriyama, Yuuji
Moriyama, Yuuji
Script, Character Design, Animation Director, Key Animation
Kimura, Shinji
Kimura, Shinji
Art Director
Yamauchi, Noriyasu
Yamauchi, Noriyasu
Key Animation


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"Follow Your Dream" by Valerie Stevenson




More reviewsReviews

Retro8bit
Dec 15, 2008
Ah Project A-ko! This was one of the first anime movies I ever rented on VHS from Blockbuster, back when dinosaurs ruled the earth. (man I feel old) And while it may not have aged well at all, it may still be worth a peek for some, if nothing else to laugh at its content.

Story: 6/10
If you are unfamiliar with this old time franchise, it can best be described as very exaggerated and over the top! Well in this OVA movie earth is living a peaceful life after many years of war with an old alien race, until a mysterious "new" alien race threatens it! read more
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SN-chan
Feb 1, 2012
Among the Western fanbase of Japanese cartoons, there is apparently quite a lot of people who like the film Project A-ko. This is probably due to the fact that it was released at a time where most localized anime geared for adults was rather mature and gritty (think Evangelion or Cowboy Bebop,) while this was more immature and lighthearted. Regardless of why other people like it, I did not enjoy it; finding it to be rather boring and uninspiring.

There's nothing particularly good about the story or plot, but that's forgivable seeing how this is a comedy. It's about three highschool girls, A-ko, B-ko, and C-ko, read more
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Cbubbles
Jun 1, 2013
Stupid but somehow lovable. Space transvestites, great blink-and-you'll-miss-it animation, bad synthpop, and giant robots every 10 minutes FOR NO REASON. At a brisk 80 minutes, it just flies by and is a lot of fun. As a child of the 80s, everything about how this movie looks and sounds just resonates with me.
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LordCustos3
Jan 22, 2012
Who's in the mood for a Schoolgirl Comedy....but one with an entropy level of a superhero comic?
Oooh Oooh! Meee! I want some of that!

Well...you are in luck.
Let's meet our cast:
A-Ko, a superhumanly strong high school student (the reason for her vast strength is partially explained in a blink-and-you'll-miss-it sightgag near the end of the show.)
C-Ko, an airheaded spaz-cadet. A-Ko's best friend and the "target" of B-Ko's affection. Everybody loves her for reasons that make no sense to the viewer; but thats the joke. You just have to roll with it.
B-Ko, The Lex Luthor of the Schoolyard. Lonely supergenius with vast resources and a team of read more
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