Fire Tripper

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English: Fire Tripper
Synonyms: Rumic World 1
Japanese: 炎トリッパー

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Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Dec 16, 1985
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Studio Pierrot
Source: Manga
Genres: FantasyFantasy, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Duration: 50 min.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

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Score: 6.571 (scored by 19881,988 users)
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Ranked: #57252
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Popularity: #7450
Members: 4,220
Favorites: 4

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Synopsis

On a day like any other, Suzuko meets one of her neighbor's children, Shu, in a park on her way back from school and decides to walk home with him. Tragically, they never make it home. Suzuko and the young boy are caught in a giant gas explosion, though instead of dying instantly, Suzuko wakes up in the middle of a battlefield full of corpses in the Sengoku period.

A group of marauding bandits attacks Suzuko, but Shukumaru—a boy who had come to loot the corpses to feed his starving village—saves her. Though they both return to the village, Suzuko refuses to give up searching for Shu and returns to the battlefield every day with Shukumaru trailing behind. Though Shukumaru lacks anything resembling modern manners, she gradually finds herself drawn towards him. Just what fate awaits this young girl in this bloody period in Japan's history?

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Aug 4, 2009
Winter (All reviews)
Well this was interesting.

Fire Tripper. A 50 minute OVA by Rumiko Takahashi telling the story of a girl who somehow finds herself traveling through time to the Civil War era where she meets a high strung young man and she has to find out how she got there and what the story is, etc, etc. Sound familiar? Somehow this gem made it under the radar of even Inuyasha fans who pass it off as a rip-off of their favorite half-demon. Which is not only impossible, but a shame as this OVA is definitely worth the watch.

The story was set and concrete. There were read more
Nov 11, 2019
whylime (All reviews)
TL;DR: Fire Tripper is an interesting way to spend fifty minutes. I'm definitely biased in my liking of this anime, but hey, you can give it a shot too.

(this is a rewritten review of a previous one)

There may be spoilers ahead--(but does it really matter? It's literally only fifty minutes long)

L;DR: Where do I begin?

In my quest to consume as much Rumiko Takahashi media as possible, I stumbled onto Fire Tripper. The synopsis peaked my interest, and after finding a low resolution, muddled audio version of it on YouTube I thought, heck, why not.

With an interest in vintage OVAs anyway (you know, read more
Dec 9, 2012
Shaja (All reviews)
Fire tripper is a interesting little OVA and while watching it i couldn't help but think it was the first draft of Inu Yasha or it borrowed heavily from it for inspiration. Of course it is made by Rumiko Takashi the maker of Inu Yasha so it is not a far stretch to believe she borrowed elements as she has done in the past and currently does.

The story is all within this one episode and it feels very fast paced. In the amount of time used it actually creates a fairly interesting plot with a good ending with a rather enjoyable surprise. I think they read more
Dec 26, 2019
EggheadLuna (All reviews)
Fire Tripper is based off a story from Rumiko Takahashi’s ‘Rumic World’ series, the other segments are: Warau Hyōteki, Maris: The Chōjo, and Ningyo Shirīzu. Despite my affection for Takahashi’s Urusei Yatsura, I couldn’t fathom what this particular OVA was trying to say. There are a couple of cool ideas, like time warping via fire and multiple copies of a single person floating through separate time periods, but Fire Tripper fails to monopolize the interesting aspects of its plot.

—Story/Characters

The series follows an ordinary teenage girl named Suzuko, who—prior to her introduction—dreams that she is a little girl from the *Feudal era, that dies by getting read more

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