Galaxy Angel - Stranded Without Dessert (Vol. 3)
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(Jul 27, 2004)
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We begin with one of the more serious episodes, In-Flight Meal. The Angels are heading home after supposedly destroying a large creature, but not before it gobbled up many planets and star systems. The conversation is very serious in the beginning, with each of the Angels talking about how this has affected her.
But then things get weird and kinda like the Twilight Zone. First, all five Emblem frames are traveling together, then Mifuelle is alone for a brief moment. Forte radios her to not get so far ahead of the rest. They also discuss whether the creature is really dead. The episode ends leaving you wondering what's really happened.
We finally get to see how much Vanilla cares for Normad in Love and Doubt Fried Cabbage Cake. The episodes opens with all the other Angels enjoying a repast after a mission. Outside, Vanilla goes to help a child who's injured. While she's doing this, Normad laments what he really means to Vanilla. Just then, a very creepy guy shows up and kidnaps him!
When Vanilla demands Normad be returned, the guy takes off. What comes next is a chase scene unlike any other. Vanilla uses nearly every and any form of transportation she can to chase after the man, including a train! Near the episode's end, Vanilla has one of the best lines, "I want Normad back. Give my friend back."
Needless to say, she does get Normad back. What happens next... well, you'll have to see it to believe it!
Miraculous Boat-Wrapped Sushi is one of the funnier episodes on the DVD. The Angels are out on a boat relaxing, except for Forte who's trying to catch a legendary fish for a huge cash prize.Read more ›
As usual, Japanese anime and manga is almost always about underdog losers striving against the universe, and here we have five of them, and let's not forget Normad, the much abused and maligned super computer brain in the form of a goofy-looking pink stuffed animal. The funny thing about the Galaxy Angels is that their main job is to find the Lost Technology even though they don't have a clue as to what the Lost Technology is. So they're basically just bumbling around the universe getting into madcap situations which are always funny and entertaining.Read more ›
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I got the first two volumes of the series and I had to get the 3rd one. This series is funny and cut and I would recommend it to any anime fan!Published on April 4, 2013 by JmPossible2012
Being a true Galaxy Angel fan, I recently bought this dvd with very high expectations since all of the other Galaxy Angel dvd's are awesome. Read morePublished on April 3, 2005