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Anime Tenchou

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2.237 out of 5 from 389 votes
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Meiko Anizawa is in a bind. He's just been asked, as a 'dying wish', to take over the role of the Animate anime store's manager. With determination and fury, Meiko magically transforms into the best anime store manager around and races his way towards his duty...

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Anime Tenchou x Touhou Project Other 2010 TBD

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Anime Tenchou Naga 1/10 Jul 27, 2013
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While these anime vary wildy in scope, both are filled with a great visual design, characters that basically fly around and scream as they fight one another and lots of action, so a recommendation is definitely warranted.


These shows are so different in scope, but they are so similar in terms of feel, with the same over the top voice acting, characters flying around the screen and a slightly sketchy art style. 

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Blazing Transfer Student

Blazing Transfer Student

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If you liked the overblown theme music and gratuituous explosions and posing character with his silly attack, well... Anime Tenchou feels very strongly lke a brief riff on everything that earlier Gainax OVA Blazing Transfer Student did at greater length and humour.

Otaku no Video

Otaku no Video
  • OVA (2 eps x 48 min)
  • 1991

Ken Kubo is a normal man with a normal job who is besotted in a normal way with a female friend. But life turns distinctly abnormal when he meets an otaku, Tanaka, and is indoctrinated into the obscure world of anime, model guns, and garage kits. As Kubo finds himself shunned by those he cares about, he becomes only more determined to evolve into the ultimate being - the Otakuking! But Kubo is not the only one coming to terms with society. While he strives to mould the world into a perfect haven for people like him, otaku all across Japan are laying bare their strange, lonely lives for the first time… and it’s not a pretty sight.

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Here's another shot at Gainax and otakuism; although this one is a lot longer and rather then just being an advertisement is a hilarious and timeless ribbing on the Otaku mindset.