Galaxy Fraulein Yuna (1996– )

TV Series   |    |  Animation, Short


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A young woman named Yuna Kagurazaka becomes the Guardian of Light after winning a contest, now she must be rescued by her friends.


6.6/10
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22 January 2006 | nevans1842
8
| Cool Animie
I liked it, and thought that it was fairly well done considering the whole thing is based on a series of fighting games. Most of the title character's friends in the show are former villains from the games.

There is really not that much else I have to say about it.

The American voice acting in the version I saw was not exceptional, but they did not butcher the lines or anything.

Oh, yeah. There is also a lot of implied lesbianism. Other than that Galixie Frauline Yuna is a proto-typical alien girlfriend comedy, the only difference is that there are nearly no male characters.

I have a friend that is beyond obsessed with Galixie Frauline Yuna. The only reason I am mentioning this is the fact that I have to have at least ten lines of text to put in a comment on the show, and I really had nothing else to say.

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Release Date:

21 December 1996

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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