Jun Asuka is a member of an aristocratic family that has a tradition of marrying off its daughters once they reach the age of eighteen. For the athletic and independent Jun, this is a fate worse than death, and thus she escapes the castle with her servant, Kurata Onami. But escape, it seems, is not so easily achieved as her mother has sent a gaggle of goons to not only retrieve her, but to take her virginity as well. Will Jun's purity and kick-ass fighting skills save the day, or will she be screwed -- literally!
The world of wrestling is a harsh place, and as the Dream Angels are cruelly dispatched by the butch Foxy Ladies, Eri and Miki of team Wanna-Be's step up to the plate to exact revenge. Their training gym becomes the focus of the latest research by the Kidou Corporation, and the girls undergo a new rigorous workout involving experimental DNA remodelling. Their reward is increased strength and speed, but at what price and what is the ultimate plan of the devious scientists?
Iron Virgin Jun and Wanna-be's are two extremely bizarre OVAs filled with very butch women and freakish monsters, plus a disturbing sexual tone. If you liked one, the other should fit you perfectly.
Both anime are campy one episode OVAs that feature a combination of fighting, musclebound women, bizarre plot turns and very crappy production values. Iron Virgin Jun is more offensive and stupid than the more (in comparison) straightforward Wanna-Be's, but they're similar enough to warrant a recommendation. Just don't expect any high entertainment values from either of them.
Both these OVA's are single episode deals, and are filled with butch women fighting for the hell of it, along with an utterly bizarre plot that makes very little, if any sense.
The productions values are clearly lacking, but if you're the type who enjoys these old, crazy OVA's then you should have a ball with either of these.
For sixteen years, the exceptional crime family Abashiri has harbored a dangerous secret that could tear them apart. Made up of the boss and his four children - panty thief Goemon, cyborg Naojiro, explosive-happy Kichiza and martial arts-wiz Kikunosuke – the Abashiri family murdered and stole with ease – until now. On the eve of one last bank job, the boss unveils this secret, which his dying wife swore him to reveal on Kikunosuke's sixteenth birthday: Kikunosuke is a female - the first female born to the Abashiri family in eighteen generations! The boss would like for her to live a normal life, and thus he sends Kikunosuke to a prestigious private academy to train; but little does he know that the school harbors a dark secret, and that Kikunosuke might not make it out alive!
Both of these anime revolve around some really odd families. Both have plenty of fighting, ridiculous villains, and the bizarre "potential rape as comedy" factor. They are also apprently the work of the same mangaka (Go Nagai)
For Banji Suke and his family, living in one place for more than a few months seems impossible, as the childish antics of both Banji and his father keep getting them kicked out of their neighborhoods! After yet another move, Banji finds himself attending the Amazon Academy, but there's a catch: because of a mixup, his uniform is... for a girl?! Fearing certain humiliation in front of his classmates, he decides to do the only sensible thing -- masquerade as a woman.
Both are rather horrible Go Nagai anime about gravely dysfunctional families, 'whacky' action, fanservice and outlandish plots. They are both great to poke fun and laugh at, so if you find yourself wanting more material of his to mock, check the other one out.
At the Spartan Institute, students have access to a quality education -- at a price. The headmasters are lecherous old men, the punishment for poor grades (if you are female, that is) involve removing clothes forcefully through a variety of means, and for girl named Mayumi the torment never stops! Who better than to save the day than Kekko Kamen, a mask-wearing superhero who wears nothing but... her birthday suit?! With villains to deal with such as an S&M femi-nazi and a samurai who removes clothes with his sword, Kekko Kamen has a lot to handle, breast jokes aside!
With a blatant disregard for women's rights, both Iron Jun and Kekko Kamen laugh in the face of equality. Portraying females are sexual objects and heaping on the innuendo, both shows attempt to redeem themselves by making the main characters kick some serious butt.
If you love the comedy and complete bizarrity of one, you're bound to love the other.
On a day like any other day, Cacao (a chocolate-loving student of magic) awoke to find himself next to a mysterious girl ... made of wood?! Named Hinano, the green-haired beauty wasted no time in professing her very one-sided love to Cacao, much to his dismay. Now, in this colorful world of magic and technology, Hinano must do everything in her power to to win Cacao's love, even when hindered by a variety of obstacles including martial arts twins, bizarre teachers, and suitors after her own heart!