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on 2 November 2011
The Humanoid is about Eric (Mark hildreth, Herro in Gundam Wing) who arrives at planet Lazeria with his friend Alan to see his girlfriend Sherry, as soon as they arrive the ship crash lands and the guys escape the ship while under attack in a cool action scene with great 80's soundtrack. They escape pod is destroyed and they escape to Sherry's house where they meet the Humanoid Antoinette who starts to develop emotion after meeting Eric. Eric goes to investigate the ruins from which they were attacked from, he is captured along with Sherry and the old guy who went to see Governer Proud(I know the name sounds stupid).

Then Antoinette kicks butt as she saves the group from evil Governer Proud who wants a key to the "most powerful ship in the universe", it turns out the key is inside Antoinette who gets injured while getting the key taken from her. When the ship is Activated it kills gen proud and his men as the heats evaporates them, the heat meats Antoinette fake skin off with a nice song in Japanese through the last part where she falls from the ruins and dies (shame no subs for the song). After this Alan, Sherry and Eric leave the planet followed by an epilogue by Dr Watson about if Robots can have emotion.

Throughout this ova there is alot of talk about coffee, theres are reference every couple of minutes also the Dub made by the Ocean Group. Shame there being no extras in this release as the USA release features extras including a coffee montage.
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on 14 May 2015
awesome love old school anime
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