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Takashi Imanishi Jouji Manabe
Monthly Wings Shinshokan
Tairiku Syobou KingRecords
Shinichiro Watanabe Ishigakitsutomu
Naoko Matsui Masami Kikuchi Kenichi Ogata Masaya Onosaka Yuri Amano Naoki Tatsuta Shinya Ohtaki Shibata Hidekatsu MinoruInaba You Yoshimura Akio Ohtsuka
|Japan Released:1991/04/05(Fri) Media(ex. DVD)|
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2014/11/07 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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The scene which the leading character seemed to be a little elderly like a heroine (?) Although it was a scene which was scattered a lot by a girl at first glance, it was a "big brother" in fact, in fact it became a big "hint" for him in fact.
The king who had been bothered with gastronomy if he had time to spare, of course he was just a puppet and the real power was held by the defense minister named Zorba. There were also instigating politicians like Hitler etc, but there is also a sharp bass performance of voice actor Hidetaka Shibata. Mr. Atsuo Otsuka showed some degree of margin to his mistress who was a voice actor, etc. I think that the character was standing as it was as a villain.
The hero who suddenly wandered into the other world, it was probably meant to be a bit of a service scene just to meet with the heroine at the beginning. In the early 80's and 90's wind taste, the elements of the bikini armor which was popular were also taken into consideration. He actually too ........ the setting saying badly may have been slightly dirty, but he was an unreliable older brother, he used the sound effect etc. in the second half to make a rampage Etc. I think that it was drawn such as a certain part of growth and separation of a heroine etc on a limited scale.
The last theme song was enough to close with a good song full of charm of a cool adult woman,
It probably was Ryosaku. Although there were several points that glow like this in the evaluation, especially with Mr. Shibata's good performance, with "good" on the "very good" side.