Galaxy Angel Blu-ray
About Galaxy Angel Blu-ray
Galaxy Angels Reporting For Duty!!
Milfeulle Sakuraba is the newest member of the Angel Brigade, a branch of the Transvaal Empire military whose primary mission is to search for relics known as ‘Lost Technology’. The only problem is that no one actually knows what the Lost Technology is! Relegated to performing menial tasks of the highest priorities: a search for lost kittens, defusing of a talking missile, and delivering an old school I.D The Angel Brigade’s here to save the galaxy…one planet at a time!
Contains all 26 episodes of the TV series
Special Features: Clean Opening, Clean Closing, TV Spots, Promotional Videos, Now I Get It! GA Lectures With On Screen Text Translated Into English for the First Time Ever, Character Bios, Relationship Chart, and Forte's Wishes.
Product specifications and content subject to change.
- Publisher: NOZOMI/LUCKY PENNY
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Comedy, Science Fiction
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 390
- Release Date: 2/7/2017
- Weight: 0.5
Ratings & Reviews
Cute comedy in space
Anime surely has a large arsenal of cute (or moe) anime ranging from Azumanga Diaoh to Lucky Star, but most of those anime have one aspect in common- they are always based around a high school life. However, this anime takes place in space and on other astral bodies. This anime has its rag-tag cast doing rather random tasks. I say random because each episode is about 12 minutes, rather than the usual 20 something minute episode that almost anime have (with the exception of Cromartie High School.) Therefore, not much time is devoted on each episode's plot or gimmick.
If there is anything wrong with the anime it is the fact that there is no true plot and that you could watch almost any episode in any order.
Good to know NOZOMI/LUCKY PENNY is releasing this fun series
Wait'll The Galaxy Angels get a load of a Battlestar! (circa 1978) Stand by for hilarity!
Cute space opera mayhem
by Dr. E. -
The Angel Brigade is a crack(pot) military team in search of Lost Technology. But what is that? And how and where do you find it? If anybody knew that it would not be lost! So the Brigade often ends up doing odd jobs that may— or may not — have something to do with their main job. The brigade is made up of lovelorn Ranpha, nearly mute expressionless and deeply religious Vanilla, otherwise level-headed cosplay freak Mint, gun nut Forte, snarky AI in a plushie Normad, and cuteness and sweets obsessed luckiest gal in the universe Millefeuille. Short episodes and higher peaks than low points make the hit or miss nature of the show more than tolerable; it’s usually a charming and funny joy ride.