Najica: Blitz Tactics (2001– )

TV Series   |  TV-MA   |    |  Animation, Comedy, Crime


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Najica Hiragi spends her days dreaming up the most alluring scents known to man... and her nights fighting the world's criminal element as special agent for CRI.

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24 August 2005 | fluna1030
Very Entertaining & Lots of Fun.......& Pantalooms!
If your an individual who likes a strong female lead, & lots and lots (.....& lots) of female "Pantalooms", then, by all means you'll really like Najica. By day, she (Najica) works for a cosmetic firm, CRI. By night, she's a top-notch spy that can hold her own. ....kinda like 007, only she is tougher. The first 4 episodes (Disc 1), pretty much lays the foundation for the series & later episodes. In the 1st. episode (Mission 001), Najica rescues a young girl, only to find out she is a "Hummarite" & becomes Najica's partner at the behest of her superiors. Together, Najica & "Lila" (ZZZ) go after various villains, recover other Hummarites, & Najica schools Lila about life, & it's do's & don'ts. I found the storyline to be very good & easy to follow. And, in the mix of things,....lots & lots of female "pantaloom" shots.....from various angles (I estimate a pantie picture every 20 seconds). In spite of all the "pantalooms", I found Najica to be "Very Entertaining & lots of fun".

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Animation | Comedy | Crime | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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2001

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Japanese


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Japan

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