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Assemble Insert

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The city of Ikebukuro has become the victim of a series of robberies by a group utilizing robot suits. It's up to The Counter-Demon Seed Special Agent Headquarters, run by five average guys, to come up with a solution. Though he was drunk at the time, Chief Hattori submitted a proposal and it was approved! The plan? Look for an idol to combat the enemy and have her fight for the city using a special armor suit designed by "some random doctor." From twenty-eight people chosen at random, they finally decided upon a young pretty blond female because of her cute appearance and superhuman strength. Now all she has to do is defeat the robbers and become an idol and everything will turn out right, right?!

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Masami YUUKI Character Design
Ayumi CHIBUKI Director

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Assemble Insert skankfish 6/10 Jan 16, 2010
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Moldiver and Assemble Insert are both light-hearted looks at an ordinary person who has been given extraordinary powers. Assemble Insert is far more humorous and entertaining, but fans of one should probably enjoy the other.