Seiha wants to play baseball while Takumi says he can't., but Seiha and Go are enjoying a game of catch. Takumi gets angry and throws the ball in the woods behind the shrine, and Seiha ... See full summary »
The series begins when aliens from the planet Oniboshi invade Earth. They agree to leave only if Earth's champion can defeat the Oni champion in a game of tag within a ten-day time limit. ... See full summary »
Simply stated this series is rather silly and not to be taken seriously. It's not really meant to be deep and that's pretty clear from the occasionally (and I use that term lightly) gratuitous fan service (though not as gratuitous as "Amazing Nurse Nanako"). While it's a shade cheesy, it appears to vaguely parody the genre created by '70s T.V. show "Charlie's Angels" (which is cheesy as well, but thoroughly enjoyed by many none the less). If you're ONLY into stuff like "Shinseki Evangelion" or "Serial Experiments: Lain", this is probably not the right series for you. However, if you enjoy "Charlie's Angels" or the more recent movie/s based off of it, then you'll probably like this series. However, if you want truly high grade action/silliness, then try either "Full Metal Panic: Fumofu" (2003) or "Full Metal Panic!" (2002).
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