Battle Girls: Time Paradox / Sengoku Otome - Momoiro Paradox


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###Battle Girls: Time Paradox / Sengoku Otome - Momoiro Paradox

Genres: adventure, comedy, romance
Themes: historical, samurai, yuri
Objectionable content: Significant
Number of episodes: 13
Vintage: 2011-04-04 to 2011-06-27

Plot Summary: Modern-day middle school girl Hideyoshi is mysteriously hurled into a world resembling the warring states period of Japanese history, only this time it’s inhabited only by women. This world’s Oda Nobunaga is gathering the legendary Crimson Armor so she can rule the world, and for some reason needs Hideyoshi’s help to do it.

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Sentai Filmworks Press Release


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Cover art has been posted.


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[size=16]English Dub Cast[/size]

ADR Director: Christopher Ayres

Yoshino Hide Brittney Karbowski
Nobunaga Oda: Shelly Calene-Black
Mitsuhide Akechi: Emily Neves
Date Masamune: Genevieve Simmons
Tokunyan: Hillary Haag
Shiro: Greg Ayres
Ieyasu Tokugawa: Hillary Haag
Motnari Mori: Kris Carr
Sorin Otomo: Cynthia Martinez
Motochika Chosokabe: Allison Sumrall
Yoshimoto Imagawa: Maggie Flecknoe
Shingen Takeda: Tiffany Grant
Kenshin Uesugi: Carli Mosier
Hanzo Mori: Kris Carr

Additional Voices:
Christopher Ayres
Kris Carr
Elizabeth Coates
Maggie Flecknoe
Tiffany Grant
Margaret McDonald
Cynthia Martinez
Carli Mosier
Emily Neves
Allison Sumrall
Tiffany Terrell

Source: The Fandom Post


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[size=16]Watch Battle Girls: Time Paradox on TAN Online[/size]

[size=15]Episode 01 of the DUB is now LIVE![/size]


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I am watching this for the first time, I am on episode 2. Brittney Karbowski as the annoying Yoshino Hide is just so cute and awesome.


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This was my favorite part of the series, I watched this part in ep9 with Japanese voices and I was bored, with Brittney Karbowski voice I had to rewind it a few times. Brittney Karbowski makes Yoshino cute and adorable.


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After viewing the first few episodes, I think I’m ready to give up on this series. Reminds me too much of Koihime Muso and that genre isn’t exactly my cup of tea.

Normally, I wouldn’t post in a thread only to say this but I also wanted to comment on Brittney Karbowski’s voice for the show. She’s annoying as all hell but I’m saying this as a compliment. I don’t know how the main character sounds in the Japanese version, but she’s supposed to be an annoying brat raised in front of a computer / cell phone. I can’t stand those kind of kids in real life, so Brittney’s gets a big thumbs up from my part because she got on my nerves real good in a short period of time.


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[quote=“Sensei_Terry_Silver”]After viewing the first few episodes, I think I’m ready to give up on this series. Reminds me too much of Koihime Muso and that genre isn’t exactly my cup of tea.

Normally, I wouldn’t post in a thread only to say this but I also wanted to comment on Brittney Karbowski’s voice for the show. She’s annoying as all hell but I’m saying this as a compliment. I don’t know how the main character sounds in the Japanese version, but she’s supposed to be an annoying brat raised in front of a computer / cell phone. I can’t stand those kind of kids in real life, so Brittney’s gets a big thumbs up from my part because she got on my nerves real good in a short period of time.[/quote]

That’s what I been saying, I can listen to her complain all day!

Also Unlike Koihime Muso I found very little fan-service, its not even enough to call it fan-service.


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I agree with y’all on Karbowski’s role in this. It’s the “archetype” that IMO she’s perfect for. I actually don’t think that Shelley Calene Black fits her character in this, which is odd.

Thought would it have been too much for the creators of this show to make this show more historical and less fiction, in the vein of Samurai Champloo? I’d like to see swordplay, not cheesy sorcery. What’s the point of establishing the time travel premise if they’re going to disregard it in order to show Nobunaga as a female knockoff of Orphen?

Could we please have more than one semi-modern historical fiction anime where the swordsmen actually engage in bona fide swordplay? :frowning:


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After watching “The Ambition of Oda Nobuna” I had to watch this.


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I give this show a :thumbsup:
Fun little romp of a show.