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Kono Danshi, Uchuujin to Tatakaemasu.

Alt titles: This Boy Can Fight Aliens!

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Four months ago aliens invaded Earth, but they're not obliterating cities or abducting huge amounts of people. Instead, they send one single alien to the surface each day and, for reasons unknown, teenager Kakashi is the only person in the world who can fight them. However, this duty takes a huge toll on the boy's psyche, and after a while his memories have all but disappeared. Only his broken cell phone is there to remind him of the life he left behind, but Kakashi is afraid to fix it - for what if there are no new messages, and nobody cares that he's no longer around?

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Kono Danshi, Ningyo Hiroimashita. OVA 2012 TBD
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Soubi YAMAMOTO Director

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Under the veneer of Action! Aliens! Wacky! in both of these titles is an emotionally nuanced tale about growing up, feeling lonely, that sort of stuff.

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Umi Kara no Shisha
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Funkgun

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