New Dominion Tank Police DVD

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About New Dominion Tank Police DVD

This New Dominion Tank Police set contains OVA episodes 1-6.

When tanks are outlawed, only outlaws will have tanks. Or at least, that's what Mayor Weatherby of New Port seems to be forgetting in his efforts to ban certain forms of weapons, including those used by tank-driving policewoman Leona Ozaki and her partner Al. Granted, the city's Tank Police do seem to cause a lot of collateral damage, but New Port's a dangerous place. Especially with the felonious and partially feline Puma sisters back on the prowl, and the Dai Nippon Geiken Corporation building even more nefarious devices of evil intent that are finding their way into the hands of local terrorists.

Unfortunately for DNGC, they may be connected to the murder of Leona's former partner, and once this hard-headed heroine sinks her treads into a case, there's no backing up! And as for the Pumas? It's going to be like cats and police dogs, but there are few problems that a little carefully applied mobile artillery can't cure!

Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.

Details

  • Publisher: MAIDEN JAPAN
  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 180
  • Release Date: 8/20/2013
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.33
  • Region Code: 1

Ratings & Reviews

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Best Classic Anime Opening Song!

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This short series carries the unmistakable influence of Shirow, as seen here in the eyes of the lead character on the cover art. A simple classic series though with possibly one of the coolest opening songs of any anime of the era!

The Lighter Side of Dystopia

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It's short, but it's fun. Sure, the setting is a standard sort of horrible future where there seems to be no value placed on human life, but this show doesn't focus on that part. Instead, the dystopian future just serves as a backdrop for the cast of characters, who are much more relatable.

No English but still a great dvd

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I'm very happy this title was re released. The DVD had great quality with sound and image. My only complaint was that there was no English dub but still worth the buy.