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Desert Punk

Alt titles: Sunabozu

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In the future, a man roams through the desolate wastelands. His enemies whisper his name with fear and awe: the "Demon of the Sands". Using his skills and ingenuity, as well as having a mind for tricks, he has a perfect record as a bounty hunter. Yet, he is still a man, and may have finally met his match in the beautiful and very well endowed Asagiri Junko. Now, he must learn to deal with the the harsh climate, hapless outlaws, and his complete weakness for the opposite sex!

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Desert Punk 1997 TBD
Name Role
Takahiro YOSHIMATSU Character Design
Takayuki INAGAKI Director
Kouhei TANAKA Music
Masatoshi USUNE Original Manga Creator
Takashi WATANABE Producer
Yuichi TANAKA Producer
Kazuhiko SUZUKI Producer
Takeyuki OKAZAKI Producer
Yoko KAWAHARA Producer

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Title Author Score Date
Desert Punk flyingmongoose 10/10 Feb 25, 2014
Sunabozu flyingmongoose 10/10 Feb 25, 2014
Desert Punk IgnisVengeance 5/10 Sep 22, 2013
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Top Seinen kurai117 6 Jun 5, 2014
Highly recommended anime shadowboa 31 May 16, 2014
DJANGO BAR DjangoKiller68 22 Mar 28, 2014
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Unfinished!? punkypoison 3 Apr 14, 11
Desert Punk Tenshia 1 Jul 30, 09
Jet85 rated the Desert Punk anime 4/5 stars
Jet85 watched Desert Punk at 24 of 24 episodes
SlimBoneBTNH watched Desert Punk at 24 of 24 episodes
SugarCookies95 dropped Desert Punk anime at 5 of 24 episodes
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ItachiSarutobi

Two men with completely different styles of living but with one thing in common: hilarious and nonstop fun and laughs! If you liked Desert Punk you're going to love Great Teacher Onizuka. Even though Desert Punk and Onizuka have different occupations both of them have the uncanny ability to get into trouble with women while on the job. The humor in GTO is more or less the same as that of Desert Punk so at one point you're probably going to find yourself trying to figure out who makes the funniest face, Onizuka or Desert Punk. But aside from the humor, Onizuka's character is much like that of Desert Punk, especially in his ability to be easily distracted from his job by the opposite sex. He also is quick to take action. So if you like Desert Punk this would be a great follow-up anime.

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Hayate and Desert Punk are humorous series made for those seeking a good laugh. The episodes are full of jokes edging on the bizarre, and if you ended up laughing out loud watching one of them, you'll surely do so for the other. The settings vary greatly, but that's besides the point; for they share their weird humour, odd characters and absurd situations.

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Both DP and Lime deliberately have sexual humor in them. They are both very entertaining and both similar in the fact that they have a lot of action and sexuality.

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If you got a taste for the weird but humorous situations in Sunabozu, you'll like Abenobashi Mahou Shoutengai. Although the humor used in Abenobashi Mahou Shoutengai is a bit more "normal" than that of Sunabozu.
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