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Synonyms: Malice Doll
Japanese: Malice@doll マリスドール


Type: OVA
Episodes: 3
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 27, 2001 to Jun 22, 2001
Producers: GAGA, Arts Magic
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Soeishinsha
Source: Original
Genres: HorrorHorror, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Theme: PsychologicalPsychological
Duration: 30 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 5.941 (scored by 17131,713 users)
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Ranked: #93512
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Popularity: #7345
Members: 5,141
Favorites: 47

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Malice, a sex robot living in an abandoned human city, is assaulted and violated by a mysterious creature. Upon awakening, Malice finds out that she has become human and can pass on her humanity to her fellow machines. However, her gift soon becomes a curse when her fellow robots rage out of control after being exposed to the pleasures of life.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Natsuki, Rio


Soumi, Youko


Ootomo, Ryuuzaburou


Kondou, Takashi


Motonaga, Keitarou
Honda, Yasunori
Sound Director
Konaka, Chiaki
Script, Original Creator


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Jul 27, 2009
Skadi (All reviews)
Anime that uses CG effects are usually not all that interesting to me unless the animation is so mind-blowing and amazing that I can’t turn away from it. While Malice@Doll does not quite reach that lofty standard, it still features some fairly spectacular art and is accompanied by an interesting and compelling storyline.

The setting of Malice@Doll is in a city devoid of any biological life and populated only by intelligent and self aware machines. These machines and robots (for lack of a better term), go about their daily tasks as they were programmed for despite the fact that most of these tasks are read more
Jun 22, 2012
angelsreview (All reviews)
Malice@Doll is a strange CG movie that takes place in the world of Dolls that were made for prostitution. This was a rather interesting show that brought up a lot of questions about what it meant to be human and what might happen if one loses their identity. It was created by the same person that did Serial Experiments Lain and Ghost Town.

Malice seems a bit more thought out then the rest of the characters, except maybe Joe who seems to be almost a voice of wisdom to the dolls, a father figure. I don’t really understand the relationship between the two but from read more
Jun 17, 2019
3lnathe (All reviews)
Malice@Doll takes place sometime in the distant future in a world where humans have gone missing for an unknown reason and have left behind a civilization of different kinds of artificial intelligence/robots in which these AI go on day by day without their human creators without any sort of meaning. As summarized in the synopsis this 3 episode short series follows the journey of a robotic sex worker, known in this universe as simply "dolls" by the name of Malice.

Without giving away any major spoilers Malice begins to question the tedious everyday "life" of this civilization and although at this point in time she has read more
Dec 14, 2012
Solemnmind (All reviews)
Story: 5/10

Having lost their human masters since long ago, the entire cast of Malice@Doll is comprised of androids that no longer have any reason for being but still choose to carry out their original duties with loyalty. Amongst these characters we find Malice, a specific kind of robotic creature made solely to provide sexual satisfaction to human customers who used to exist. When an abnormality grants her the gift (or curse) of humanity, everything changes as she allows not only herself but also the other "dolls" to be reborn as sentient, emotional beings who quickly start to explore the pros and cons of being human.

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