All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku / Bannou Bunka Neko-Musume (TV/OAVs)


#1

All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku / Bannou Bunka Neko-Musume OAV

Genres: action, comedy, science fiction
Themes: catgirls, cyborg, mecha
Objectionable content: Significant
Number of episodes: 6
Vintage: 1992

Plot Summary: When Ryunosuke’s pet cat dies in an accident, his inventor father “resurrects” the cat by placing its brain in an android body made in the form of a young girl. The Android, Nukunuku, has the dual purposes of being a companion/sister for Ryunosuke as well as being a bodyguard for his father. Nukunuku’s extreme strength and feline agility are regularly needed to protect Ryunosuke and his father from Ryunusuke’s mother who seeks to kidnap them both following her divorce from his father. Her motives towards Ryunusuke are simple motherly love, however her genius-inventor-ex-husband she wants to put to work designing weapons of mass destruction for her weapons company.

ANN Info Page

All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku TV

Genres: action, comedy, science fiction
Themes: catgirls, cyborg, mecha
Objectionable content: Mild
Number of episodes: 12
Vintage: 1998

Plot Summary: Each episode centers on Nuku Nuku’s adventures and mishaps in high school, and her relationship to students, the overall series plot centers on the evil Mishima Industries’ scheme to dominate the world through its products. In opposition to this plan are the slightly nutty Kyuusaku and Nuku Nuku, the android who acts as a companion to his young son. Nuku Nuku’s classmates are all eccentrics, Futaba, the class president, is a domineering control-freak, who cannot leave her authority in school. Chieko Shirakaba is the rich snob with the two yes-girls who always take her side. There is a bookworm, a mystic, a scientist, and a pop singer. All of these are true to their descriptions: the mystic is always foretelling doom via tarot cards, spirits, or some other occult technique. The pop singer never says anything except as a song. The bookworm always has her nose in a book. These eccentricities add to the series’ humor.

ANN Info Page

All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku DASH! OAV

Genres: action, comedy, romance, science fiction
Themes: catgirls, cyborg, mecha
Objectionable content: Significant
Number of episodes: 12
Vintage: 1998

Plot Summary: A more serious re-telling of The Nuku-Nuku Story. In this re-telling Nuku-Nuku is the creation of Kyusaku’s Mentor, Professor Higuchi. When Mishima Industries Brings about a nefarious plot to rule the world. Nuku-Nuku finds herself battling not only someone close to her, but, also a past that come back to haunt her and it may bring Maneki City to its knees.

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#2

You should probably add the OVA and TV to this as well.


#3

[quote=TheCoffeeGod]
You should probably add the OVA and TV to this as well.[/quote]

Thanks, I wasn’t thinking.


#4

A little off the picture for the OVA you have is the Manga and the picture for the TV is the OVA cover from the original ADV release. ADV never got around to re-releasing the cheaper version of the The Whole Kitten-Kaboodle Collection so I don’t believe the OVA is going to be easy to find on DVD like the TV and Dash. Rightstuf did have 12 of the The Whole Kitten-Kaboodle Collection thinpaks in-stock ,but they are now sold out.


#5

[quote=psychopuppet]
A little off the picture for the OVA you have is the Manga and the picture for the TV is the OVA cover from the original ADV release. ADV never got around to re-releasing the cheaper version of The Whole Kitten-Kaboodle Collection so I don’t believe the OVA is going to be easy to find on DVD like the TV and Dash. Rightstuf did have 12 of The Whole Kitten-Kaboodle Collection thinpaks in-stock ,but they are now sold out.[/quote]

Fixed, sorta… guess you know best.


#6

‘All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku OVA’ will expire from the Online Player on October 27.

Better see it soon! :cheer:


#7

Discotek Licenses All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku

posted on 2018-05-25 19:45 EDT by Karen Ressler