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Bubblegum Crisis - Ep. 4-6 (1987)

Director: Oobari Masami, Oobari Masami, Hayashi Hiroki, more...
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Studio: Multimedia 2000
Genre: Anime, Robots & Cyborgs, Animation, Cel
Running Time: 50 min.
Languages: English, Japanese
Subtitles: English, French
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This title is currently out of print.

Synopsis
The fifth installment of the Japanese video series, Bubblegum Crisis, returns to its core storyline of high-tech conspiracy. The GENOM corporation has been using an orbiting space station for a weapons factory and plans to sell its new line of Boomer robots to foreign militaries. Meanwhile, members of the Knight Sabers team discover that this new class of Boomer is equipped with a nuclear self-destruct mechanism that activates upon the death of its pilot. ~ Jonathan E. Laxamana, All Movie Guide

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Classic Cyberpunk stays entertaining by hneline1 August 14, 2002 - 10:47 AM PDT
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This disk with Episodes 4 - 6 is MUCH better than the previous disk with Episodes 1 - 3. The animation quality has improved (more perspective, smoother action). The characters are developing depth (friendships are tested, motivations are slowly exposed). Episode 4 is a classic vigilante tale about a guy in a suped-up racer going against motorcycle gangs -- if you like the rumble of muscle cars and bikers hitting asphalt, here you go. Episode 5 involves a boomer (android) in a battlesuit with vampiric behaviors, for you vampire lovers. Also, I really appreciate a good villain, and Largo the superboomer in Episode 6 is a great, typically-suave ultravillian. Just remember, you're not going to think much watching these episodes, but they're not bad action entertainment.




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