Space Pirate Mito DVD 1

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About Space Pirate Mito DVD 1

Space Pirate Mito 1: Call Me Mom! contains episodes 1-4.

Honor thy firepower and mother.

Mito isn't just another space pirate, she's a three foot tall childlike alien with enough guts to outshine a supernova. She's known as the galaxy's most dangerous pirate, a wanted criminal who destroys a dozen police space cruisers every day before breakfast. But all she really wants is to be called "Mom."

Aoi, her earthbound son, has no idea about his mother's infamous career, or even what she really looks like. She's always worn her mom-suit around him, but that gets destroyed when the Galactic Patrol follows her to Earth. Aoi's in for an adventure that will bring him to all corners of the universe, with the first working mom to carry a pulse rifle!

Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.

This title is manufactured on DVD-R discs and may not be compatible with older DVD players and/or gaming consoles.

Details

  • Publisher: MEDIA BLASTERS
  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Space
  • Age Rating: ALL
  • Run Time: 100
  • Release Date: 10/29/2002
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.33
  • Region Code: 1

Ratings & Reviews

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Odd but entertaining.

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This series shows potential, and I am glad to see more are coming out. The main drawback may be the art style. Its certainly on the low end, but the animation itself is good, theres no choppyness or jumping.

The plot thus far is good and i hope will further devlop Mito. I only watched the Dubbed version and was very pleased by the voice acting, specifically WHO was doing some of the characters. Its only been a comedy thus far, comedy mainly being dialog based, but it looks like it might have more dramatic twists as Mito opens herself more to her whiney son. She may not be the perfect mom, but her hearst in the right place.

If you can overlook the art itself, which IMHO actually seems to complement the characters themselves more than over detail and shadowing, I recommend this title, as it is along the lines of other series I enjoy like Tenchi, slayers, and Ranma.