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Aoi and Mutsuki: A Pair of Queens

Alt titles: Space Pirate Mito 2

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Aoi used to be a normal high school boy – that is, until he found out that his mother was a space pirate trapped in the body of a child, and then subsequently he turned into a female and became queen of the galaxy! By his side is his bodyguard and love Mutsuki, and from her 'she' has the strength to fulfill her new duties as protector of the universe. However, danger awaits the new family: the first queen of the cosmos, Hikari, has been revived, and she’s quite annoyed that a 'fake' queen is currently in charge! Space Pirate Mito, Aoi and the rest of the gang must saddle up once more to put a stop to Hikari’s evil plans and save the day!

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Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Space Pirate Mito TV 1999 TBD
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Takamitsu KONDOU Character Design
Takashi WATANABE Director
Hikaru NANASE Music

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Aoi and Mutsuki: A Pair of Queens Mito63 8/10 May 12, 2012
Space Pirate Mito 2 Mito63 8/10 May 12, 2012
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Anime Characters added lesterf1020 324 Nov 20, 2010

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Both series feature fun action amongst midget-sized characters coupled with some serious issues. In "Strange Dawn" it's war and its consequences, violence against women and teenage angst on a realistic level. In "Space Pirate Mito" (which this is season 2 of) it's identity issues within the family, androgyny, sex change and impossible (?) love. Strange Dawn has the best animation of the two, while "Space Pirate Mito" is the most cartoony one. But both should please the same type of audience.