Yuri Seijin Naoko-san

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Yuri Seijin Naoko-san
百合星人ナオコサン
Genre Comedy, Yuri
Manga
Written by Kashmir
Published by ASCII Media Works
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Dengeki Daioh
Original run May 2005 – present
Volumes 4
Original video animation
Directed by Tetsuya Takeuchi
Written by Tetsuya Takeuchi
Music by MOSAIC.WAV
Studio Ufotable
Released December 18, 2010
Runtime 6 minutes
Original video animation
Directed by Tetsuya Takeuchi
Written by Tetsuya Takeuchi
Music by MOSAIC.WAV
Studio Ufotable
Released February 15, 2012
Runtime 30 minutes
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Yuri Seijin Naoko-san (百合星人ナオコサン, lit. Yuri Alien Naoko-san) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kashmir. The manga began serialization in the May 2005 issue of ASCII Media Works' monthly shōnen manga magazine Dengeki Daioh. A six-minute OVA adaptation by ufotable was released on December 18, 2010,[1] followed by a thirty-minute OVA released in February 2012.[2]

Plot[edit]

A girl named Misuzu rushes home in order to see her elder sister, Naoko. When she arrives there, however, she finds her sister has been replaced by a self-proclaimed yurian named Naoko who seeks to conquer the world by 'yurifying' it.

Characters[edit]

Naoko-san (ナオコサン)
Voiced by: Satomi Arai
An alien who comes from the Planet Yuri and takes the place of Misuzu's sister. She appears to have a thing for little girls.
Misuzu (みすず)
Voiced by: Akari Harashima
A shy human girl whom Naoko comes into contact with.
Ryōta (涼太)
Voiced by: Yukari Kokubun
Misuzu's little brother, who is often commanded to do weird things by Naoko.
Hii-chan (柊ちゃん)
Voiced by: Ai Nonaka
Naoko's best friend, who wears glasses. She appears to have a deranged crush on Misuzu.
Aya-chan (彩ちゃん)
Mother (お母さん, Okā-san)
Voiced by: Kumi Kawai
Misuzu and Ryota's mother.
Ayako-san (アヤコサン)
Another alien who is obsessed with yaoi.
Jashin-san (邪神ちゃん)
Naoko (奈緒子)
Voiced by: Satomi Moriya
Misuzu's older sister who is strangely absent due to some reason.
Train Alien (ちかん星人, Chikan Seijin)
Voiced by: Manabu Sakamaki

Media[edit]

Manga[edit]

The original manga by Kashmir began serialisation in ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Daioh magazine from May 2005. The first tankōbon volume of the manga was released on December 9, 2006,[3]and four volumes have been released as of March 27, 2013.[4]

Anime[edit]

Two original video animation adaptations of the manga have been produced by Ufotable. The first one was six-minutes in length and was released on December 12, 2008. A second thirty-minute OVA was released on February 15, 2012, as part of an Anime Bunko lineup alongside adaptations of Gyo and Minori Scramble!.[5] The opening theme is "Yuri Seijin Naoko-san" (百合星人ナオコサン) by MOSAIC.WAV, whilst the ending theme is "Photon Belt Tourist Hotel" (フォトンベルト観光ホテル, Foton Beruto Kankō Hoteru) by MOSAIC.WAV.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yuri Seijin Naoko-san Manga Gets Anime". Anime News Network. September 24, 2010. Retrieved September 24, 2010. 
  2. ^ http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-01-02/gyo-minori-scramble-naoko-san-anime-ads-streamed
  3. ^ 百合星人ナオコサン(1) (in Japanese). ASCII Media Works. Retrieved October 20, 2013. 
  4. ^ 百合星人ナオコサン(4) (in Japanese). ASCII Media Works. Retrieved October 20, 2013. 
  5. ^ http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2011-08-23/naoko-san-minori-scramble-gyo-anime-releases-slated

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