Hovering above the streets of a futuristic Tokyo, a mysterious object has appeared from outer space. Civilization’s only hope is the Altamira Agency – an organization comprised of genetically-altered female humanoids. Created in a laboratory, the girls are fully-trained and ready to pilot a vast array of mecha under the strict instructions of Funagai Otoya. However, unbeknownst to them, they were also designed to push back this enemy by any means – even if that means self destruction...
In the year 2010 the Mars Exploration Vessel, returning to tell its secrets, fell to the Earth in a fiery blaze. Several months later, strange creatures known as Ancients walk the streets of Tokyo, brutally murdering anyone who gets in their way. In response to these incidents, the AAST – the Anti unidentified Ancients Special Team – has been created to subdue the threat. With the help of Hinata Takeru, a high school student who wears the Anti-Ancient Suit Mars, the AAST now sets out on a new mission: deliver the salvaged pieces of the fallen vessel into safe hands, at all costs!
Both of these are extremely terrible anime that revolve around special squads trying to eliminate an unknown enemy. If for some ungodly reason you like one of them, check out the other.
Both are sci-fi anime which features a squad of young girls trying to save Tokyo from an alien attack. Also both of them shares a similar feel and are quite bad. So if you liked one you should try the other.
In the future, babies are no longer born - they're grown. The crew of the newly developed spaceship Bilkis has been sent to investigate a mysterious "ring" that has shown up in Earth's orbit. Hand-picked through careful gene selection, the crew covers the area of skills needed to complete the mission. Except for ensign Mika Seido, whose gene-type is "white" - undefined.
Bizarre. The one word that could sum up both of these shows. If Skelter Heaven was a little longer, I think it would almost be Geneshaft II - futuristic and firmly rooted in sci-fi, young girls are trained from birth to save the world. If seeing busty females wearing very little as they pilot giant mech is your kind of thing, I highly recommend both of these shows to you. However, don't expect much plot or even a cohesive storyline.