Rei-Lan: Orchid Emblem

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Rei-Lan: Orchid Emblem
オーキッド☆エンブレム
(Ōkiddo Enburemu)
GenreMartial Arts, Action, Romance, Hentai
Novel
Orchid Emblem
Written byToshihiko Kudo
Illustrated byMakoto Fujisaki
Published byFrench Institute
PublishedMay 31, 1994
Anime
Rei-Lan: Orchid Emblem
Directed byHideaki Kushi
Produced byMasanori Suzuki
Written byJyutaro Nanase
Toshihiko Kudo
Music byHajime Takakuwa
StudioGreen Bunny
Dandelion Animation Studio
Licensed byKitty Media
ReleasedJune 21, 1997
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Rei-Lan: Orchid Emblem (オーキッド☆エンブレム, Ōkiddo Enburemu) is a 1994 erotic novel written by Toshihiko Kudo and illustrated by Makoto Fujisaki. It was adapted into a hentai anime OVA by Green Bunny and Dandelion Animation Studio and released on VHS on June 21, 1997. The OVA is the first to be licensed and distributed by Kitty Media, a subsidiary of Media Blasters.[1] It was released on DVD in North America as part of The Best of Kitty anthology series alongside Advancer Tina and Battle Team Lakers EX.[2] Rei-Lan: Orchid Emblem was released in France under the title Sex Fighter.

Plot[edit]

The Trident Foundation controls the world's back alleys and darkest corners. Its boss, the ruthless Tojo, has an un-quenchable thirst for violence, sex and power. When he meets Rei-Lan, his sexual prowess takes her beyond her wildest fantasies. Four years later, they meet again as enemies. Will Rei-Lan exact her revenge on Tojo, or will their sexual bond prove too potent to resist?

Characters[edit]

Rei-Lan (オーキッド)
Voiced by: Saki Iijima (Japanese); Candy Com (English)
Emi (エミ)
Voiced by: Mika Kanai (Japanese); Rose Petal (English)
Tojo (東条)
Voiced by: Sean O (English)
Machine Gun Joe (マシンガンジョー)
Voiced by: Big D (English)
Ryu (リュ)
Voiced by: David M. (English)
Dr. Chin (チン博士)
Voiced by: Richard Head (English)
Mina & Saki (ミナ, サキ)
Voiced by: Sally (English)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Patten, Fred (July 1998). "The Anime 'Porn' Market". Animation World Magazine (3.4). Retrieved 22 July 2014.
  2. ^ Anime News Network staff (July 28, 1999). "Media Blasters announces new titles, DVDs". Anime News Network. Retrieved 2018-11-04.

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