Life continues as ‘normal' for Birdy and Tsutomu. Though they still co-exist in the same body, Tsutomu is able to focus on his studies while Birdy keeps up with her celebrity job and Federation Investigator duties. However, things become more complicated when a transport ship housing prisoners connected to the Ryunka incident is hijacked. The aliens on board escape to Earth and blend in with the human population, and it's up to Birdy to capture them unharmed and escort them back to headquarters. Yet Birdy soon discovers that there are other forces involved, and it'll take everything she's got to bring these criminals back alive!
This review covers the original OVAs and both the remade seasons of the show. I’m too bored to write three different ones.
So Birdy is one of the thousands of “simple conceived, nicely made” stories of the 80’s. Back then all you needed were two lines of a plot and three lines of a backdrop. All the rest were up to presentation, which since there was no internet around yet... read more
Plot:Usually sequals tend to be worse than the originals, but, Birdy the second season manages to flip that theory compeletly upside down.The sequal focuses much more on Birdy. Tsutomu probably appeared for a full fifteen minutes (or less) if you combined all the scenes where he was in. The main focus is probably Birdy's relationship with Nataru and their pasts, and this time, there is no "saving the... read more
|Birdy the Mighty||OVA||1996||TBD|
|Birdy the Mighty Decode||TV||2008||Prequel|
|Tetsuwan Birdy Decode: The Cipher||OVA||2009||TBD|
|Birdy the Mighty||1985||TBD|
|Birdy the Mighty (2003)||2003||Same Franchise|