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Cyberteam In Akihabara, Vol. 1: Cyber Genesis

4.3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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A white prince gives Hibari a PataPi, a mechanical pet that goes beyond just a kid's toy-this pet has extraordinary powers. And now a mysterious black prince is trying to steal her prized pet. Hibari forms Cyber Team with others who own such pets. Together they'll try to solve the mystery, and PataPis' will prove they're no ordinary child's toy and this is no longer child's play!

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  • Format: Animated, Color, Dolby, 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:
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Section 23
  • DVD Release Date: November 16, 2004
  • Run Time: 125 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00062J094
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #362,571 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Thing I learned from watching Cyber Team in Akihabara:
The uniforms for jr high school girls in Japan have absurdly short skirts; panties clearly visible even when standing straight up.
It's perfectly legal for grizzled old pre-verts to peep up those skirts.
People from Osaka have North Carolina Accents.
Blonde girls from Osaka are enthusiastic capitalists; they'll even let you peep up their skirts for money.
If a girl has purple hair with antennae, all of her sisters will have it.
Space flight was achieved and a prototype supersonic jet were developed long before the Wright Brothers.
The Rosecruzians control everything; The were behind both world wars. The Freemasons and Templars are irrelevant.
The Alchemist, Parcelsus accidentally poisoned himself with his own concoction meant to extend life because he was too old.
Jr. High School principals could possibly be 500 year old Rosecrezians who have taken Parcels' exlixir.
Jr. High School principals have big mustaches, glowing glasses and really stupid looking hair.
Jr. High School principals, after having used said elixir for 500 years die a really nasty death.
The administrative assistants to said Principals have really stupid looking green hair, large breasts, large butts and wear skirts that are tight and short to the point of being ridiculous.
All Japanese women and girls wear earrings with very large orbs.
Girls cloned in Rosecrezian cloning labs have pink hair and an attitude problem.
These pink-haired female clones can be cured of their evil by consuming pancakes.
Young women with extremely large breasts are evil.
Young women with extremely large breasts hate each other, except when they're drunk.
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Sure, it's a bit absurd! But that's what makes it fun! I won't give a long dissertatoin of what this series is all about because anyone who would read these reviews probably knows this series well. What you have here is a tounge-in-cheek story very thinly veiled as some sort of girly-girl Sailor Moon kind of thing. The protagonists are a group of 5 girls around 12-13 years old. One, kind of cute and annoying(Hibari), the next one is a stuck up, snobby little rich girl(Suzume). Next you're introduced to a jock-chick (Tsugumi) who idolizes and wants to be like a particular (marginally talented) pop singer. A little later the 4th girl is introduced. What's interesting about Kamome is that in the English dub, she has a pronounced southern drawl (pretty cool for a girl from Osaka!) A little more than half way through the series, you meet the 5th and final girl (Tsubame; she's from France). Tsubame is the most interesting as well as being the most popular amongst CTIA fans. Tsubame is just plain EVIL! But Hibari's persistence on being friends finally breaks Tsubame's evilness and brings out the good in her. It takes about 3 viewings front to back to get all of the plot-line nuances. The farther you go along in the series, the more twisted and ridiculous (in a good way) it gets. The 3 villian chicks will have you lauging until you cry! The Principal of the school turns out to be in reality the 500 year old Christian Rosencreuz. His pal is the 3 century old Cigone Raspailles (who raised Tsubame..who was probably conceived in a cloning lab). Now let's talk about the music. I've read in some reviews that the music is "sugary pop". That's poppy-cock! The music is FANTASTIC. Songs written and performed by the talented Masami Okui really add to the series. The rest of the music is great too!Read more ›
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I sort of have mixed feelings for this title. Some scenes were really cool

and all, but I just could not get into it. Not to mention some episodes were really repeatative. Not really sure of the story either.
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