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Patlabor: The Mobile Police - New Files

Alt titles: Mobile Police Patlabor - The New Files, Kidou Keisatsu Patlabor (1990)

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3.705 out of 5 from 282 votes
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Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Patlabor: The Mobile Police OVA 1988 Same Franchise
Patlabor: The Mobile Police TV TV 1989 Prequel
Patlabor: The Movie Movie 1989 Same Franchise
Patlabor 2: The Movie Movie 1993 Same Franchise
Patlabor WXIII Movie 2002 TBD
Mobile Police Patlabor Minimum: Minipato Other 2002 TBD

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Manga Name Year Relation More Info
Mobile Police Patlabor 1988 TBD
Name Role
Akemi TAKADA Character Design
Naoyuki YOSHINAGA Director
Kenji KAWAI Music
Masami YUUKI Original Manga Creator

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Title Author Score Date
Patlabor: The Mobile Police - New Files foxhead556 9.5/10 Jan 9, 2011
Mobile Police Patlabor - The New Files foxhead556 9.5/10 Jan 9, 2011
Kidou Keisatsu Patlabor (1990) foxhead556 9.5/10 Jan 9, 2011
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When it comes to archetypes of situational daily working-life anime, You’re Under Arrestand Mobile Police Patlabor definitely top the list.

Sporting relatively understated action, tame antics without over-the-top slapstick, and rather episodic storylines, YUA! and Patlabor are the titles you move on to when you want working life themes given a more down-to-earth treatment. Here, wisdom and courage save the day, and teamwork is always part of the job. The plot is largely character-driven and never feels like it's simply going through a sequence of story checkpoints.

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