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Narue no Sekai


Alternative Titles

English: The World of Narue
Synonyms: Narue's world
Japanese: 成恵の世界

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 5, 2003 to Jun 28, 2003
Premiered: Spring 2003
Broadcast: Sundays at 01:55 (JST)
Studios: Studio Live
Source: Manga
Genres: Comedy, Romance, Sci-Fi
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.701 (scored by 4,926 users)
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Ranked: #45272
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Popularity: #2816
Members: 11,522
Favorites: 25
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Episodes: /12

Synopsis

Meet Narue, an adorable schoolgirl with a secret. She's really an alien with powers right out of a sci-fi comic! But growing up is never easy, and sometimes it doesn't help when you're from outer space. Join our spunky heroine as she faces androids, alien invaders, and her first date with the boy next door. It's the sci-fi comedy that's a direct hit to your heart!

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Characters & Voice Actors

Nanase, Narue
Nanase, Narue
Main
Noto, Mamiko
Japanese
Noto, Mamiko
Iizuka, Kazuto
Iizuka, Kazuto
Main
Sakaguchi, Daisuke
Japanese
Sakaguchi, Daisuke
Yagi, Hajime
Yagi, Hajime
Supporting
Chiba, Saeko
Japanese
Chiba, Saeko
Otonashi, Rei
Otonashi, Rei
Supporting
Kuwatani, Natsuko
Japanese
Kuwatani, Natsuko

Staff

Ashida, Toyoo
Ashida, Toyoo
Director, Key Animation
Kobayashi, Katsuyoshi
Kobayashi, Katsuyoshi
Sound Director
Chiba, Saeko
Chiba, Saeko
Theme Song Performance
CooRie
CooRie
Theme Song Performance


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#01: "Shooting Star" by CooRie

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#01: "Ice Cream" by Saeko Chiba




More reviewsReviews

Seishi
Nov 21, 2007
I recently purchased the collector's boxset of this for a very good price, having not seen a single episode before. I was able to get through all 12 eps in a day; for someone who can barely stand five eps of anime per day sometimes...well, that says something I guess. Now, let's get down to it.

Story 6/10
Nothing really new here. The World of Narue is, at first glance, a rather bland romantic, high-school comedy involving 14-year olds. The difference here lies in simple execution; each episode brings something new, but adds a nice degree of continuity to the story as a whole. As it develops, read more
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ArtRodriguez
Dec 27, 2009
One of the reasons why anime has become jaded and bland is the same reason series like this anime get released. It’s not so bad to have anime clichés in your anime, it’s how you use them. This series uses them in the most boring manner imaginable.

The anime plot is pretty basic. Girl saves boy, girl is alien, girl and guy get in to wacky adventures, guy wants to pork said alien. Shocker, the boy is a fucking otaku and the girl is a walking doormat. Narue is the alien and Kazuto is the bitch, I mean boy. There are no plot twists and read more
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NeverKnowsBest26
Feb 5, 2012
There are good shows, there are bad shows, and there are shows that leave no real lasting impression. The World of Narue (or Narue no Sekai) fits squarely into the third category. This somewhat pleasant sci-fi romantic comedy manages to retread overused material without being offensive. It is also so pedestrian that it fails to be memorable.

Right from the get-go, the show proves to be completely unambitious. The story follows the relationship of Kazuto Iizuki and Narue Nanase. Events unfold very typically: boy meets girl, boy likes girl, girl turns out to be an alien (weird so call such an event typical, but read more
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ggultra2764
Jan 4, 2015
This one's a bit of a mixed bag for me. World of Narue seemingly mixes around sci-fi, romantic comedy and slice-of-life in its focus on our female alien lead Narue who gets a human boyfriend named Kazuto as they try maintaining a normal relationship despite Narue's alien origins leading to sometimes hostile, sometimes bizarre situations. There are some aspects of its storytelling that aren't executed well such as its implementation of action with the two incidents with alien ninjas and the sudden developments that lead Narue and Kazuto into becoming a couple.

On the plus side though, the series does offer a decent amount of depth read more
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