Twinkle Nora Rock Me!
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Japanese: トゥインクル NORA(ノーラ) ロック・ミー!


Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Nov 21, 1985
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Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Duration: 29 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


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Ranked: #101302
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Popularity: #8444
Members: 1,778
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Based on a 1980 manga by Mikuriya Satomi, this adaptation differs considerably from the original. The story started in its prequel was completed with this second OVA.


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Characters & Voice Actors

Gouri, Daisuke
Nojima, Akio
Nagai, Ichiro


Mikuriya, Satomi
Director, Script, Storyboard, Original Creator, Character Design
Matsuura, Noriyoshi
Sound Director
Yamakawa, Norio
Shimokawa, Tadami
Art Director

Edit Opening Theme

"Rock Me! Rhythm & Nora (ROCK ME!~リズム&ノーラ)" by Kojima Yumi

Edit Ending Theme

"Love Me! Rock 'n' Nora (LOVE ME!~ロックン・ノーラ)" by Yukio Yamagata

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Nov 27, 2015
Boinciel (All reviews)
[Spoiler Warning]

Twinkle Nora Rock Me! is an OVA best watched with friends who like to watch trainwrecks unfold. Essentially, a genderbent Boba Fett named Nora goes to Tattooine to pick up a bounty on a space criminal worth several thousand times this OVA's animation budget. She picks up a scrappy midget in a town of huts after a bar fight with a drunken giant, starts a rock band with the scrappy in a cave, and then uses her impractical flying wheeled machine to lazily drift across the screen until she reaches the house of the illegal space wizard. She uses unexplained and read more
Aug 14, 2015
Zera (All reviews)
Twinkle Nora Rock Me! Wasn't terrible, but it's nothing special. Still kept me watching though.

For the time it was made, the art isn't that bad. At the first a lot of things seemed lazy and choppy, but the main character Nora was drawn well.

While I didn't find there was too much dialogue, the music really stood out for the background scenes. Also going along with the music, expect there to be some dancing and musical scenes in this anime.

If you have half an hour of free time and want to see something your friends probably haven't seen- then go watch Twinkle Nora Rock Me!
Mar 17, 2019
HeadlessHorseman (All reviews)

Twinkle Nora Rock Me! is an OVA from 1985 that is just shy of having a 30-minute run-time. That is something that those unfortunate enough to have viewed this OVA should be grateful for though! At least it wasn't 30 minutes, right? Fortunately, I only lost a mere 29 minutes! Right? ...Right...? Well, unless of course, I count the prior Nora OVA as well. Then I lost close to an hour and a half of my time instead of "just" 29 minutes! Twinkle Nora Rock Me! is a catastrophe that sits in the same realm as other contemptible series like Garzey's Wing read more
Mar 5, 2019
Chapterhouse (All reviews)

This OVA is probably gonna get more watchers soon due to youtube videos exposing it to the public (that's how I found out about Nora), and this is a good thing. This piece of """"animation"""" is hilariously bad, and worth watching for that reason alone.

Nora is an overpowered character with no weaknesses: everyone loves her, she can do no wrong, her magic powers can do anything. It's never explained, it's just Nora because Nora. The only other real character is Max, who can dance, and loves Nora because Nora. The story has no worldbuilding or anything worth caring about - Nora wants to go to read more

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