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Bubblegum Crisis, or, to give it its full title, 'Bubblegum Crisis MegaTokyo 2032: the story of Knight Sabers' (yes, BGC was in fact the origin of the now-common phrase MegaTokyo - another example of its wide influence), remains immensely enjoyable popcorn anime, and remains fascinating for anyone interested in the history of anime. After 20 years, that's pretty damn impressive. The story follows four plucky young women with nothing better to do in their spare time than to don cyber-outfits and blow crap up, preferably those pesky rogue boomers who keep appearing all over the city. The combined IQ of these four women finally figures out that Genom corporation, which apparently ”accounts for 68% of the world's cars”, might have something to do with these incidents and so Bubblegum Crisis delivers 8 episodes of pure unadulterated fun in a way only 80's anime can.

Mega-Tokyo, 2032. This is the future, but seen from the eyes of the 80's. Each decade's vision of the future is idiosyncratic, and so each decade produces strange and brilliant works of genius or garbage, with Bubblegum Crisis firmly in the strange and brilliant camp, albeit lacking both genius and garbage, though still retaining quality production and vision. Plenty of great directorial choices, POV shots, pans, zooms, it's all dynamic and makes up for the dated, yet still decent, animation.

Bubblegum Crisis is consistently entertaining and has very good direction to boot, and its shortcomings can be seen as part of the package; a conscious decision and not a by-product. You're meant to laugh at the ridiculousness of the entire premise, especially the glorious last episode’s tribute to the character of Nene, and you're meant to lap up the universe presented because you're a cyberpunk fan. The damn anime's called Bubblegum Crisis!
[Last Updated: May 01st, 2013]

Opening Theme
#01: "Konya wa Hurricane" by Kinuko Oomori (ep 1)
#02: "Mad Machine" by Kinuko Oomori (ep 2)
#04: "CRISIS ~ Ikari wo Komete Hashire" by Yuiko Tsubokura (ep 4)
#05: "Mysterious Night" by the Knight Sabers (ep 5)
#07: "Say Yes!" by Maiko Hashimoto (ep 7)
#08: "Bye Bye My Crisis" by the Knight Sabers (ep 8)

Ending Theme
#01: "Mr. Dandy" by Bluew (ep 1)
#02: "Kizudarake no Wild" by Kinuko Oomori (ep 2)
#03: "Wasurenaide" by Oomori Kinuko (ep 03)
#04: "Twilight " by Tsubokura Yuiko (ep 4)
#05: "Omoide ni Dakarete" by Tsubokura Yuiko (ep 5)
#06: "Rock Me" by Yuiko Tsubokura (ep 6)
#07: "Never the End" by Maiko Hashimoto (ep 7)
#08: "Chase the Dream" by Kinuko Oomori (ep 8) 

Original Soundtrack:
2. Born To Kill [SB | TF | EU
3. Blow Up [TF | EU | CL]
4. Revenge Road [TF | EU | CL]
5. Moonlight Rambler [TF | EU | CL]
6. Red Eyes [TF | EU | CL]
7. Double Vision [TF | EU | CL]
8. Scoop Chase [TF | EU | CL]

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