Geobreeders was a weirdo-story about a company named Kagura, owned by a girl who looks like she's about 12. Working with her are: Eiko, the treasurer lady; Maki (Crimson Shooting Star), the weapons specialist; Himehagi, the driver/transportation person; the googly-eyed girl, she was the computer specialist, and Taba, who was just kinda... working there. They also had a little cat-girl named Maya.
So Kagura is called in to provide security for a military base. All the things go wrong there, and a tank mysteriously breaks out of the fence in an explosion, carrying about 75 cats on the back of it. As the Kagura employees watch, the cats dissapear all mysterious-like, just as mysterious as the tank breaking out... hehe.
So the next day, they hear that these are called "Phantom Cats" and there are reports of them in a mall. Since it is raining, the girls send the Googly-eyed girl who wears roller blades with Taba, so that they can check out the stuff going on. This is all a continuation of their case the night before, since they are supposed to provide complete security. That means they HAVE to take out what caused the problem at the base. Anyway, the two are supposed to use the 25 talismans they have to seal in this Phantom cat. It works, but when Taba and Googly-girl get back, they are informed that some talismans were stolen. And Taba has to go find them. While he's gone, Vegetable Men come to deliver veggies to the office. Then it gets bombed. Ah, poopy. They steal Maya, the cat girl.
Meanwhile, Taba finds that there is a link in the Phantom Cat-Mall case and the Maya case. So... he's gotta go rescue her before it's too late, and save the company.. because their office is gone, and he needs to cover the bill to save Maya. Ooh, what will happen?
Geobreeders is full of nudity in the first episode, and some in the opening videos through the second and third episodes. And it's detailed... there's some swearing, though not too much or too bad, and some violence. There's not a lot of blood, but there is a lot of shooting and things of the sort.
4/5 It's alright. Nothing too incredibly intriguing, but it's rather unique.
5/5 They were well-enough developed so that you could get to know them a bit on a "personal level."
4/5 It's just not THERE all of the time, you know what I mean?
5/5 It's good in small amounts. I like the ending mambo-song, but only TV size. Any longer and I feel like ripping my hair out.
4/5 Just some little references to it, and you know all those women wanna bang Taba even though they don't say it. ^_-
3/5 Ah.... just a little much in the first episode, and the shot in the opening video is totally uneccessary.
3/5 There was a lot of violence, but not too much blood.
5/5 It was pretty well done. Some scenes were incredibly smooth.
4/5 Just a 'lil.
4/5 It was okay. Nothing to get overly-excited about, but not bad, either.
Totals: 41/50, or okay.
To begin with, there are three episodes on one easy-to-see tape. It's a really weird series. Starting off, there is a company called Kagura Total Security. They are security guards. They do exciting things like guard places. Anyway, they are called in (or something like that) to a military place thingie where things wre going AWRY!!! So they go there and break in, get in big trouble and stuff. This doesn't apply to them, because the client is liable for all damage to property and human life. (yay) These thigns called Phantom Cats get out. They are controlling a military tank. So, they are away now, back at the office. There are about seven MAIN people. There's the President (I don't remember her name), Eiko Rando (she's got purple hair), Maki Umezaki (Crimson Shooting Star - bang bang), Taba what's-his-face (he's the only guy), Yu Himehagi (or something. She's lazy and drives), Googly Girl (Don't know her name, but she's pretty useless and tends to stand there and go Ahhhhhhhhh. . . . with huge googly eyes), and Maya, the catgirl that they have. She's quiet and doesn't say much, but she eats cat food and purrs.
Anyway, they are then called in to a mall. There are Phantom Cats about! Thar be kitties! (I love you, Lenore) Anyway, so they send Googly Girl and Tabain with Himehage, who sits on her butt lazily in the van. They go in and use their special sealing talisman. NO one knows about these, and no one can. Kagura is supposed to be neutral, not know anything, blah blah blah. So they had twenty-five talisman when they went in. To make a long story short, Taba gets in trouble with the Phantom Cat, a lady helps him out, Googly Girl stans there and googles, the driver drives, and they go back with only sixteen talisman. So the President tells Taba that he's responsible for the lost talisman, won't pay him until all are retrived. Taba goes off, and he hasn't fed Maya yet. She continues to stand there and hold up the cat food can and look cute. The office gets attacked while Taba is out getting help from the lady who helped him yesterday. "Vegetable Men" come and use their patended talisman to steal Maya away. Yeah, they take her to some ship, Taba gets pictures of vegetabe men, and they try to get Maya back, hence the title "Get Back The Kitty".
4/5 It was unique, and it would have been really good if it wasn't so pooping choppy.
4/5 Well, without anybody SAYING, you got the gist of what was going on, but not a whole lot happened.
4/5 Well, I guess if one were to look beyond the kitties. . . yeah.
5/5 The ending song is really cute (if you're gonna get it, get it TV SIZE!!!), and the opening is standard-issue. Good music overall.
4/5 Taba could get a foursome going if he felt like it. But no, he didn't. No content like that, just stupid comments to what I remember.
3/5 Often, when Cats shift between human and cat form, they are naked. But there's only one, and she's female. There were a LOT of male cats, but none were nudees!
4/5 Standard-issue again. There was mild violence, and there would have been some severe violence happenin' if it weren't for the fact that Phantom Cats don't bleed (for UNKNOWN reasons! They explain that)
5/5 It was surprisingly good. The ending was VERY choppy, but it's supposed to be that way.
4/5 The excitement. Almost as exciting as Himehagi.
4/5 "A driver's job is driving." Later, "I'm the driver! Why do I have to do all this?" Later YET, "A driver's job is driving FAST!" Hee hee, I found it funny. It was a decent show. Not that wonderful, not that bad, nicely in the middle. It was too choppy for my taste, and sicne the director was the original creator, I thought it wouldn't be QUITE so choppy. Oh well. I pick yet ANOTHER winner!
Totals: 41/50, or general stuff. It's got a unique storyline, good character design, nice music, and good animation, but it's incredibly choppy and there's no point to it.
TOTALS PUT TOGETHER: 41/50 we both thought it was okay.
***We rented this dubbed and unedited.***
|Original Creator:||Akihiro Ito|
|Licensed by:||U.S. Manga Corps|
|Rating: (not professional)||
R (lots of detailed nudity, mature themes, some gore and stuff, and a bit o' foul language)
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Geobreeders is a weird show which you read about before. Since it deals with lots of naked women, science-fiction, guns, and explosions, it's probably more of a male-geared show. However, it's got things in there for girls as well, and the "love story" is kind of sweet. Well, it's not really what you'd expect. We'd recommend it to the sci-fi, supernatural, action loving fanboys! And SEE IT SUBBED! FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!! (^_-)