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Android Ana MAICO 2010

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Who is MAICO? She is state-of-the-art in android technology, a Multimedia Artificial Intelligence Computer Organism, and the host of Japan Broadcasting System’s latest primetime variety show, JUMP OUT MAICO 2010! With an insensitive director with one mega-hit in 15 years, a highly experience technical team, a talented writer inspired only by others’ misfortune and massive pressures from corporate executives and sponsors alike, what kind of adventures can the staff have? What lessons can Maico learn from them? And what is MAICO’s true purpose?

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Manga Name Year Relation More Info
Maico 2010 1997 TBD
Name Role
Keiichi ISHIKURA Character Design
Koji MASUNARI Director
Motoki FUNAYAMA Music
Toshimitsu SHIMIZU Original Manga Creator

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Android Ana MAICO 2010 roriconfan 4.5/10 Mar 24, 2012
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