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English: Compiler
Synonyms: Invaders From Cyberspace
Japanese: COMPILER


Type: OVA
Episodes: 2
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 5, 1994 to Oct 5, 1994
Producers: Animate Film
Licensors: ADV Films
Studios: Studio Fantasia
Source: Unknown
Duration: 30 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity


Score: 5.481 (scored by 433 users)
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Ranked: #72852
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Popularity: #6815
Members: 1,009
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When a world of 2-D beings discovers the existence of our universe, they send a team of beautiful Domni-Matrixes into our world to prepare it for total integration. However, once liberated from their flat and dreary 2-D existence, Compiler and Assembler quickly discovered that cybersex with a couple of 3-D guys is a lot more fun than world conquest. Now, in between interfacing with their boyfriends, Assembler and Compiler must protect the Earth from being deleted by their former masters and an army of killer programs.

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Jun 25, 2010
A lot of mid 90's anime, especially 45 to hour-long one shots and OAV series, relied a lot on their nonsensical, rapid fire styled humor loaded with references that most U.S. anime viewers probably wouldn't get and very little cohesion from one scene to the next. I can say, without any doubt, that Compiler is by far the strangest, off-the-wall, most bipolar comedy I've ever seen in my life, and yet so entertaining. Nothing about this show makes any real sense, but you feel that it would lose it's charm if it were explained to you.
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