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All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku TV - Keep the Peace on Earth! (Vol. 1)

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  • Format: Animated, Color, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Section 23
  • DVD Release Date: March 2, 2004
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001DCR1Q
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #312,626 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Marc Ruby™ HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on March 25, 2004
All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku (I'll use the short title from now one - I promise) started out in life as a manga by Yuzo Takada and a very popular OVA series, followed by this TV series and a second OVA set. It is the tongue in check story of androbot Atsuko Nakume who was created by scientist Kyusaku Natsume out of, among other things, the brain of a cat. Intended to help fight the plans of Mishima Industry to take over the world via appliances (go figure!), Nuku Nuku appears completely human until she grooms herself, chows down on cat food, or throws a rampaging washing machine into orbit.
Mishima is headed by an evil president (Hell Mishima), who is laboring under the delusion that he is in command of a group of underground super-nasties who are really company employees in disguise. If that seems a little peculiar, consider Nuku Nuku's first day in school when we are introduces to a class composed of a compulsive rock singer, a Cordelia clone complete with groupies, a mystical space cadet, a control freak, and a mad scientist - among others. Matters are complicated by the romantic misadventures of Nuku Nuku's 'brother' Ryunosuke Natsume. And Mishima, his mother is really Mishima's evil lieutenant, Bloody Akiko.
Obviously, these tails (oops!) of the All Purpose Cultural... refuse to take themselves seriously. One can only say that the TV series is really a satire of the entire genre of
Super powered schoolgirl anime. You can't help but like it though. Nuku Nuku's exuberant, klutzy cuteness is just what the doctor ordered after an overdose of Steel Angel Kurumi. Acting is actually perfectly in character (even the dubbing has its moments) and the art, which is very deliberately 80's retro, is ideal. If you like light slapstick, cuteness, and a dollop of sarcasm check this series out.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Infinite Blue on May 4, 2005
Yes, I said a-MEOW-zing. Please forgive me for that, but at least I'm not saying purr-fect, right? Actually, the only reason I didn't say that is because there's no such thing as perfect. Ah, but I ramble! Let's get crackin' on that review, shall we?

Art style: B+. Although this was what grabbed my attention at first, I'm really not terribly fond of the 'Anime retro-esque' style. I guess I've just gotten too used to newer artstyles. I find nothing wrong with the art; it's all a matter of taste, I guess.

Originality: A. I'm sort of lumping the OVA and the TV series together on this one. Have you ever seen anything remotely similar to the idea of a stray cat given a second chance at life as a human androbot, in exchange for saving the world from Mishima Industries while trying to act human? I think not. Although it contains mecha, an overly defined line between good and evil, and cliched characters, it's all for the sake of parodizing.

Voice Acting: A. Rarely do I ever see an anime where I like the voice acting equally in both English and Japanese. Now there are a few exceptions: I like Rie, Ryunosuke, and Futaba's voices better in Japanese, whereas I like Akiko's, Mr. Yamagata's, and Kyusaku's voices better in English. So, I'll watch it subbed or dubbed, no problem.

Music: B. It's not outstanding, though rather easy on the ears. The theme songs are a bit catchy, though, I'll admit.

Number of episodes: B. I had become so used to buying dvds with three episodes, I was pretty much ecstatic when I found that there were four on here. Thanks, ADV Films. You make VIZ look stupid. =D

Overall: A. An innocent, cute series that (almost) anyone can enjoy. Warning: May have you curling your fingers into a fist and rubbing your face with the back of your hand while purring. I know from experience. ^^;
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on June 26, 2005
I REALLY enjoyed this DVD! In the first episode Nuku Nuku experieces her first day at school. Her classmates are totally strange! There's this singing dude that gets totally annoying ( he also talks in song melody), a psycho psychic, a snobby rich girl with her two underlings who always say, "That's right, that's right! What Ms. Cheiko says is right!", a self conceited pretty boy, an avid book reader who says nothing, a bossy class officer & a jr. mad scientist. Every time Nuku Nuku beats a Mishima product she always says, "I'll never forgive you!". In the next episode Noriko-chan stays with the Natsumes & tries cooking breakfast with Nuku Nuku but well, things don't work out. Since they wasted all the food they went to the Shirakaba (Shi-ra-ka-ba)Produce Market. While Nuku Nuku is drooling over fish Mishima's product is once again out of control. Well, she never forgave it! The next one is about which club Nuku Nuku will go to & the debate over if super natural can be proved by science.In the last episode all the students & family members of Nuku Nuku ( and herself) enter an amater karoke contest. Warning: Most songs will be in Jap. with English subtitles. I laughed through the whole thing & wished that I could sing the theme song(s)! The most annoying things about this DVD are 1.The singing dude & 2.The names of all the people keep popping up. One more warning: Rated 12 & up is suggested for bad lan. & bloodless violence. So, if you like anime & comedy this is your DVD! Mee-ow!
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