Stop!! Hibari-kun!

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Japanese: ストップ!!ひばりくん!

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 35
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: May 20, 1983 to Jan 27, 1984
Premiered: Spring 1983
Broadcast: Fridays at 19:00 (JST)
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, ShounenShounen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

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Score: 7.041 (scored by 877877 users)
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Ranked: #35382
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Popularity: #6006
Members: 6,423
Favorites: 43
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Synopsis

A teenage boy has now moved in the home of his mother's friend, because she had died a while back. It just so happens that the Yakuza family has four beautiful daughters, but one daughter, Hibari, who is more beautiful then the rest of the daughters, is actually a boy. Hibari just can't keep his hands off our hero and so their crazy yet happy lives go on.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Staff

Kawajiri, Yoshiaki
Episode Director, Storyboard
Imazawa, Tetsuo
Episode Director, Storyboard
Ishiguro, Megumu
Episode Director
Ebata, Hiroyuki
Episode Director


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Opening Theme

"Stop! Hibari-kun!" by Yuki Yukino
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Ending Theme

"Kongara Connection" by Ai Hoshino



Aug 5, 2009
ladysasuke (All reviews)
When i first starting watching this anime. I had my doubts about the art seeing as it was made quite a while ago but i gave it a shot and wasn't disappointed.

The story was great though i didn't feel as though it had a real plot maybe a collection of episodes instead. It revolves around a teenaged Kohsuka who has now moved in the home of his mother's friend, because she had died a while back. Its just so happens that the Yakuza family has four beautiful daughters, but the one daughter, Hibari, thats more beautiful than the rest is actually a boy. Hibari read more
Aug 11, 2020
JanJohansen (All reviews)
Very dated.

Allthough I liked the animation and the characters a lot (very 1990), and some of the humor is pretty well written, the main premise would be a disgrace these days.

This isn't a spoiler, but the main running joke is transphobia. Allthough the crossdressing boy (trans girl) is treated as a hero with basically no flaws (she's awesome!), what goes for funny in every episode is how people are scared/think it's weird/diislike that part of her, and that's kind of hard to swollow these days, unless you're on the wrong side of history and decency.

The other jokes are good, though, it's not a barf fest, read more
Jan 29, 2021
yokoelf (All reviews)
TL;DR: Read the conclusion.

To make it short, the premise is quite cool (considering this is the 1980's Japanese zeitgeist): the MC suddenly has to live in the house of a (comical) Yakuza boss that lives with his 4 daughters: however, one of them, Hibari, the most beautiful one, is actually a boy. This is labeled as "crossdressing" in the series, though it actually may be transgenderism by today standards. The main premise is that even though Hibari is a "pervert" (that's what his father calls him) who likes to crossdress, he is so beautiful and awesome that people just have to accept him. He acts read more

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