Life's never boring in Kagura Total Security, especially not for Taba Yoichi; he's surrounded by an office full of trigger-happy, ass-kicking beauties! Specializing in the eradication of Phantom Cats, the team uses any means possible to trap these data-phantoms before they can take over important pieces of technology. However, when Kagura Total Security has one of its own kidnapped, it's up to gun-toting Umezaki, speed-driving Himehagi and fist-flinging Randou to bring her back!
After the third world war, the organization known as the General Management Control Office constructed the city of Olympus – the only place where chaos and anarchy doesn’t hold sway. It seems unthinkable that terrorists are out to disrupt this pristine society, but the threat becomes very real to SWAT officers Deunan and Briareos when their squad mates are killed during a hostage situation. Bent on catching the lone escaped terrorist, they soon find themselves involved in a plot to undermine the whole existence of their Olympus.
Both shows come from a past time when animation wasn't at its best, and the storyline suffered as the writers deluge the screen with action. However, both Geobreeders and Appleseed have plenty of character driven plot and are actually quite enjoyable. Although a little predictable, and set in a world where the good guys are very good, and the bad guys verge on sociopaths, I think these two will definitely appeal to the same audience - one that enjoys older action anime.
In the streets of Tokyo, bad guys have a new nemesis: Warrior, a undercover police force of scantily clad babes who can solve any difficult case with a little bit of firepower! When a group of terrorists hellbent on controlling the world takes world leaders hostage, it's up to the girls of Warrior to stop them, but the job won't be easy. With virtual drugs to dispense and mind control tecnhiques to use on the police force, the terrorists won't give up without a fight. Can the babes subdue the terrorist threat without losing too many clothes in the process?
Interested in trigger happy, ass kicking beauties, who leave a trail of destruction in their wake as they complete a job? Look no farther than Geobreeders and Burn Up W. Both having a simiilar amount of action and adventure, if you liked one you are sure to like the other.
Rally Vincent and Minnie May are twogirls with a lot of fire power. When they are not busy managing their gun store, they are working as bounty-hunter duo the Gunsmith Cats. Rally's incredible gunslinging skills and Minnie's obsession for big explosions make the GunSmith Cats a deadly force, and every task an adventure.
Trigger happy, ass kicking beauties, who leave a trail of destruction in their wake as they complete a job? Both Geobreeders and Gunsmith Cats have this in spades.
That really sums up the two series. Both short and action packed, if you enjoyed one it is easy to give the other a try.
Welcome to the Miami Police department, a place where the afro is in style and trigger-happy policemen (and women) reside, including the borderline clinically insane Yao Sakurakouj! With a wealthy father who gives her money at the drop of a hat, there’s nothing stopping her from buying banks just to blow them up, and other destructive behaviors. Luckily, on the force she’s not alone due to her quiet introvert partner Lu Amano, who is everything Yao isn't. Together, this dysfunctional pair does their best in cleaning up the neighborhood from whatever might occur!
Girls, guns, explosions, mayhem, destruction, accidental comedy, Geobreeders and Miami Guns has plenty of both. Light hearted action romps at heart, if you enjoyed one of these series, you should try out the other.